On September 11, 2001, 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.
EES thanks loyal employees, clients and partners in celebration of four decades of providing smart automated control and monitoring solutions for critical infrastructure systems to the building management and transportation industries.
With today’s focus on protecting the environment, building owners should consider replacing traditional synthetic refrigerants with ammonia-based systems to save on utilities and protect the planet.
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.
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.
Pivoting quickly during the pandemic to offer socially-distanced entertainment for the local community of Holmdel, NJ, Bell Works contracted EES to install remote control of parking lot lights within four days.
Blog post by Bruce Marson, President, Engineered Energy Solutions
I guess the old saying “what goes around, comes around” if you wait long enough, is true in the controls industry as well. We had for many years, a large telecommunications client for whom we had installed PLC-based building controls in the late eighties. The client was forward thinking in regards to the energy consumed by their 2.2 million square-foot R&D facility. Having the innovative corporate culture that fueled hundreds of patents per year, they recognized the rewards we were offering with our new (at the time) PLC-based energy control system. Back in the day, no one was applying PLCs to central utility plants and major air handling systems like we were and after a review of the numbers, they took a chance. After completing the installation, we saved them $500,000 per year with a return on investment in under two years. When the project ultimately lead to the client winning an award from the State of New Jersey for energy management, we had a client for life.
Topics: controls, control systems, PLC, engineering, building controls, energy control systems, air handling systems, pneumatics, temperature sensors, calibration, telecommunications, controls industry, central utility plants