SiteLogIQ was awarded a Task Order under its US Army Corp of Engineers Super ESPC MATOC to identify and upgrade the energy infrastructure at the USACE Civil Works Albuquerque District.
- Conservation solutions
- Consumption usage analysis
- Site evaluation
- Investment grade audit energy
- Preliminary assessment for energy
- Energy analysis
- Energy audit
- Energy design build services
- Energy financial analysis
- Energy savings performance contract
- USACE ESPC MATOC Program
- TAA/BAA Compliance
- LED Lighting Technologies
- VRV System
- Temperature Controls
- Forced Air Furnace
- High Efficiency Boilers
Unique Value to Customer
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Civil Works, Albuquerque District awarded SiteLogIQ an ESPC Task Order to develop, implement and support an energy saving performance contract.
The project includes a total of eight separate dam sites located in New Mexico and southern Colorado. Each of the eight sites includes a variety of buildings. All of the 45 individual buildings are relatively small. For all sites combined, there are approximately 45 individual buildings totaling about 79,000 GSF. In addition to the buildings, each site includes a dam with its associated control building and significant outdoor lighting.
After selection, SiteLogIQ completed an in-depth energy study of the sites to identify the detailed scope of work. Construction includes the installation of interior and exterior LED lights that meet required outdoor security standards, new residential furnaces, variable refrigerant volume system, HVAC controls and high-efficiency boilers.
The project investment approximately $1 million delivers net savings of more than $1.5 million over the contract term. Additionally, this project will reduce the types of lamps and fixtures the District has from 141 to 47.