Iconergy was contracted by Miller Global Properties to perform commissioning services for the seven-story, 216,811 square foot Dry Creek Center. This Class A office project was initially only a core and shell building; however, the tenant also then contracted with Iconergy to provide core and interior commissioning as well during the tenant fit out. The project earned a LEED BD+C: …
Iconergy provided commissioning services for the mechanical system retrofit project of the University’s main biology laboratory building. The 160,000 square foot facility houses laboratories, offices, classrooms, storage rooms, and a 25-room vivarium. The building was deemed one of the University’s best-performing laboratories, boasting an energy intensity of 80-90 kBTU/SF/year
Iconergy provided commissioning services for the three-story Michael B. Enzi STEM Building. The facility is 107,000 square feet and comprised of laboratories, classrooms, and offices to support the chemistry, life sciences, and physics and astronomy departments.
Iconergy provided Fundamental and Enhanced Commissioning services for the 90,000 square foot research laboratory that supports the Center of Innovation for Flow Through Porous Media, improved oil recovery, Geomechanics and structural engineering.
Iconergy commissioned the 58,000 square foot medical office building addition to an existing 143,000 square foot hospital. The two-story medical office building houses specialty physicians and ambulatory services.
Commissioned mechanical and controls equipment was performed for the 24,000 square foot renovation of the highbay/lowbay facility as well as a reclassification from a 10,000 square foot to a 100,000 square foot clean room.
Iconergy performed an Investment Grade Audit (IGA) to identify cost saving opportunities as well as address long term infrastructure needs. Various energy conservation measures at the facility were identified and implemented.
Commissioning services were performed for the Hurst Hall renovation project. The teaching and research laboratory building is a three-story, 85,000 square foot integrative classroom and laboratory facility to further education in the sciences.
Commissioning services were performed for this 50,000 square foot addition and 25,000 square foot renovation project. The building houses all of the college’s health professions programs and is comprised of offices, laboratories, and classrooms. Monitoring-based commissioning services were also implemented using SkySpark to the building automated system to monitor for anomalies and incorrect operation.
Building controls were upgraded for the existing 125,000 square foot laboratory building that supports the Chemistry and the Civil and Environmental Engineering Departments. There was a total of 20 laboratory spaces, all with air valves on the supply air, hood and snorkel air, and exhaust air systems.
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