Tuesday, June 1, 2021, I began my 30th year with EES, actually longer if you count my part time work. As I reflect back I asked myself how this journey began...
Topics: Bruce Marson
Engineered Energy Solutions shares details of the recent design and installation of energy efficient HVAC systems for newly-completed oceanfront residential and dining destination Pier Village, located in Long Branch, close to New York City on New Jersey’s Atlantic Coast.
With the added control provided by a VRF system, there are many advantages over conventional air handling systems, including energy savings and a low total cost of ownership.
For the past 2 ½ years, engineers at EES have been working to install state-of-the-art HVAC systems into new residential and retail master-planned community Pier Village in the iconic shore community of Long Branch, NJ.
Amid pandemic travel restrictions, EES partners with regional system integrators to achieve energy savings for clients across the U.S.
As the pandemic continues to wreak devastation, companies are searching for ways to ensure workers’ safety on the job. EES’ up-to-date expertise with building management systems has been put to good use in creating safer indoor working environments.
PROCOS™ is a proprietary design methodology developed by EES to create and implement a best-fit control solution for clients’ building management systems (BMS). Developed and tested over decades in a wide variety of industries, this process has been applied to dozens of large-scale projects, including Dubai Healthcare City’s District Cooling Plant Automation, a Building Management System for a New York City insurance company headquarters, and a Pharmaceutical HVAC BMS for an R&D laboratory facility.
Implementing the reliable control of a Building Management System (BMS) optimized for energy efficient, environmentally friendly infrastructure requires the coordination and connection of all electrical and mechanical components. Whether we are working with a pharmaceutical client on the control of the critical environment of a clean room or working on a complex building management system of a New York City high-rise, EES has a unique methodology to make sure the reliability of the system is nearly fail-safe.
We recently challenged ourselves to quantify how many tons of carbon dioxide EES has prevented from being released into the atmosphere on our clients’ behalf, thus lowering their carbon footprints. Our conservative estimate is that our projects are saving more than 3 ½ tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) every hour! We have optimized and automated over 100,000 tons of refrigeration since we started in April 1976.
Nineteen years ago today, EES lost a good client. We had the control system on the central chilled water plant at the World Trade Center. EES was scheduled for service at the site that day, but was postponed due to a hang-up on the purchase order, fortunately our visit was re-scheduled, to never. We knew many of the operators, some of whom stayed at their posts when the building went down.