• Schriever Air Force Base Energy Audits
  • 50th Space Wing

    Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado

    The RMH Group served as the mechanical/electrical engineer for a three-phase energy audit project involving 12 buildings located on Schriever Air Force Base. The project included investigation of current energy consumption levels and profiles, and identification of cost-effective energy-saving projects for a variety of commercial/institutional spaces including offices, computer rooms, operations centers, cafeterias, gyms, and daycare centers. Mission equipment requirements, occupant comfort, system maintainability, and economics were also considered in the formulation of all energy conservation opportunities (ECOs). RMH’s project team researched existing documentation, verified existing conditions, and discussed operating conditions with the facility operators. For each building, a Trane TRACE energy simulation was performed incorporating variable-volume, constant-volume, multi-zone, heat recovery, and humidification systems, where applicable. From the gathered information and subsequent calculations, RMH developed a list of potential ECOs of the mechanical and electrical systems for each building.
 

Schriever Air Force Base Energy Audits

50th Space Wing

Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado

The RMH Group served as the mechanical/electrical engineer for a three-phase energy audit project involving 12 buildings located on Schriever Air Force Base. The project included investigation of current energy consumption levels and profiles, and identification of cost-effective energy-saving projects for a variety of commercial/institutional spaces including offices, computer rooms, operations centers, cafeterias, gyms, and daycare centers. Mission equipment requirements, occupant comfort, system maintainability, and economics were also considered in the formulation of all energy conservation opportunities (ECOs).

RMH’s project team researched existing documentation, verified existing conditions, and discussed operating conditions with the facility operators. For each building, a Trane TRACE energy simulation was performed incorporating variable-volume, constant-volume, multi-zone, heat recovery, and humidification systems, where applicable. From the gathered information and subsequent calculations, RMH developed a list of potential ECOs of the mechanical and electrical systems for each building.