Building Retrocommissioning

retro-commissioningRetrocommissioning ensures that building HVAC systems provide a comfortable environment while using the least amount of energy. The process can resolve problems that occurred during design and construction or that have developed over a building’s life.

Retrocommissioning typically results in significant energy savings and greater occupant comfort.

Top campus energy users targeted by the program (projects complete or in progress):

1) Baker Berry Library
2) Burke Chemistry Building
3) Moore Psychology Building
4) Alumni Gymnasium
5) Hopkins Center
6) Steele Hall
7) Wilder Laboratory
8) Hanover Inn
9) Class of 53 Dining Commons
10) Kemeny Hall/Haldeman Center