Randolph Macon

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Randolph-Macon Academy

Self-funding solutions to renew an entire campus…

01 Project Overview

Located 70 miles west of Washington, D.C. in the scenic countryside of Front Royal, Virginia, Randolph-Macon Academy (RMA) is a leading co-educational day and boarding school for students in grades six through 12. Aiming to do more than prepare students for college, the academy focuses on providing student with a solid foundation in knowledge, leadership, and character.

project location

project savings

$ m

project duration

N/A

square footage

N/A

status

COMPLETE

PROBLEM

Many of the building systems across RMA’s 135-acre campus were quickly becoming antiquated, resulting in inadequate cooling and heating, along with excessive water usage.

SOLUTION

Southland Energy began with a detailed energy audit of the RMA campus, which identified inefficient systems and equipment in myriad classrooms, dorms, offices, worship spaces, meeting rooms, and athletic facilities. By teaming with the school’s finance, facilities, and operations staff, Southland Energy then developed and implemented a self-funded, bundled energy and facility renewal program to replace over $1.5 million in end-of-life equipment and increase the school’s energy efficiency. Because the project costs were offset by the energy and operational savings, Southland Energy was able to provide RMA with new cooling, heating and water conservation technology across its entire campus at essentially no cost.

SERVICES PREFORMED:

The Bottom Line

Cost Savings Over Project Life:
$5,500,000

M
kWh/year

Electricity
Savings

%
reduced by

Carbon
Reduction

500 K
gallons/year

Water
Savings

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After the first conversation with Southland, I knew we had made a great find. Everyone we met through the process has proven to be polite, efficient and businesslike – as well as personable.  We highly recommend Southland and will continue to use them!

Kim Alexander
President,
Wellborn Management Co., Inc.

Additional Work

HOW MUCH CAN SOUTHLAND SAVE YOU?

Our projects save more than they cost. Guaranteed.

With guaranteed performance, quality, and savings, the question isn’t how can you afford to partner with Southland Energy?  It’s how can you afford not to?

No size fits all.

At Southland, we recognize every client is different. That’s why we tailor our solutions to your unique operational goals.

St. Anne’s Belfield School

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St. Anne’s-Belfield School

Improving the learning environment — and the bottom line…

01 Project Overview

Located near the University of Virginia on 49 scenic acres in Charlottesville, St. Anne’s-Belfield School is a leading co-educational private boarding and day-school serving students from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade.

project location

project savings

$ M

project duration

9 MONTHS

square footage

300,000

status

COMPLETED

PROBLEM

This issues at St. Anne’s-Belfield, like those seen at similar institutions across the country, were all too familiar. Aging infrastructure and inefficient systems were dramatically affecting energy use costs in dorms, classrooms, offices and athletic facilities across both of the school’s campuses. Additionally, water costs were on the rise and identified as another key issue.

SOLUTION

Southland Energy was selected to provide comprehensive energy- and water-saving upgrades for St. Anne’s-Belfield, including seven buildings and 300,000 square feet across two campuses. The project provided replacement of aging and inefficient systems and equipment at both the Belfield and Greenway Rise campuses, including dorms, classrooms, offices, and athletic facilities.

Southland Energy’s scope of work involved lighting upgrades, boiler, chiller, and fan coil unit replacements, controls upgrades and integration, high efficiency pumps, motors, and variable frequency drives. In addition, Southland Energy performed water-saving upgrades, comprised of plumbing fixtures and irrigation.

The project was the first award under VirginiaSAVES, a new program designed to reduce the cost of energy efficiency projects and provide low or no-cost long-term financing. By teaming with the school’s finance and operations staff, Southland developed an all-encompassing solution to reduce cost and address the aging infrastructure. The project is fully self-funding (annual savings exceed debt service costs) and reduces the school’s carbon footprint by 28 percent. Southland is also providing energy education curriculum support to the school’s integrated model.

SERVICES PREFORMED:

The Bottom Line

Cost Savings Over Project Life:
$4,486,805

700
kWh/yr

Electricity Savings

700
metric tons of CO2/yr

Carbon Reduction

20000
therms/yr

Natural Gas Savings

M
gallons/year (in millions)

Water Savings

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We were so excited to work with Southland Energy. The project allowed us to create better learning environments for the kids, with good lighting, appropriate temperature and just an overall improved setting.

Chris Mazzola
Head of the Upper School,
St. Anne’s-Belfield School

Additional Work

HOW MUCH CAN SOUTHLAND SAVE YOU?

Our projects save more than they cost. Guaranteed.

With guaranteed performance, quality, and savings, the question isn’t how can you afford to partner with Southland Energy?  It’s how can you afford not to?

No size fits all.

At Southland, we recognize every client is different. That’s why we tailor our solutions to your unique operational goals.

Robins Air Force Base

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Robins Air Force Base

Helping the US Air Force achieve resiliency and improve energy efficiency...

Located approximately 100 miles southeast of Atlanta, Georgia, Warner Robins Air Force Base is the home of Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex, the 78th Air Base Wing, and more than 60 other units that make up a vital part of the Air Force warfighting team. The base is the worldwide manager for a wide range of aircraft, engines, missiles, software and avionics and accessories components, as well as the full life cycle of over 800 systems that are valued at $56.2 billion.

 

project location

project savings

$720k/year

project duration

26 MONTHS

square footage

500k

status

Construction

PROBLEM

Maintaining the Air Force’s world-class aircraft fleet is a critically important mission. The Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex (ALC) provides Programmed Depot Maintenance (PDM), unscheduled repair activities, and repaint for F-15, C-130, C-5 and C-17 aircraft. The ALC’s ability to perform their mission greatly depends on two compressed air central plants. Southland Energy determined the client’s existing plants were in dire need of upgrades in order to reduce energy usage and improve the quality, accuracy and reliability of the compressed air supply to over 40 mission critical aircraft maintenance facilities and avoid significant annual outage costs.

SOLUTION

Southland Energy is partnering with serving utility Georgia Power to provide project development, design, build and maintain services to reduce energy consumption, along with the risk of interruption to production caused by the compressed air system. The integrated effort, which is a federal Utility Energy Services Contract (UESC), will implement 10 essential energy conservation measures, including the design, development and maintenance of a new, $23M central compressed air plant (4000 HP), as well the retrofitting of two existing, interconnected plants (5500 HP) with new piping, electrical service, compressors, air dryers, automation packages, air storage systems, and leak repair. The plants will be designed and installed to provide a capacity of 2N and all work will be completed while existing plant service remains 100% operational.

SERVICES PREFORMED:

The Bottom Line

Potential Outage Cost Savings:
$4,000,000/day

20 %
reduced by

Annual Energy
Consumption

40 %
w/ 2N Redundancy

Reliability

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After the first conversation with Southland, I knew we had made a great find. Everyone we met through the process has proven to be polite, efficient and businesslike – as well as personable.  We highly recommend Southland and will continue to use them!

Kim Alexander
President,
Wellborn Management Co., Inc.

Additional Work

HOW MUCH CAN SOUTHLAND SAVE YOU?

Our projects save more than they cost. Guaranteed.

With guaranteed performance, quality, and savings, the question isn’t how can you afford to partner with Southland Energy?  It’s how can you afford not to?

No size fits all.

At Southland, we recognize every client is different. That’s why we tailor our solutions to your unique operational goals.

Pomona Unified School District

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Pomona Unified School District

Building better schools and brighter futures…

01 Project Overview

Located approximately 30 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, Pomona Unified School District (PUSD) is composed of 44 schools and educational facilities that serve 30,000 K-12 students and 17,000 adult learners.

project location

project savings

N/A

project duration

13 MONTHS

square footage

2.5 million
(38 sites)

status

ONGOING

PROBLEM

With PUSD having already established a solid relationship with our sister company Envise to address its short-term energy use needs through a maintenance optimization program, Southland Energy was brought into the fold to help strategically address the myriad long-term challenges presented by antiquated infrastructure and mechanical and electrical systems across the district. 

SOLUTION

A joint development effort between Southland Energy and Envise, the initial consulting project included facility condition assessments (FCA) and ASHRAE Level 2 energy audits at 38 PUSD sites. This work (completed in connection with Little Architects and their parallel effort to develop a district master plan) found the district had a $560M infrastructure need, $85M of which was related to mechanical, electrical needs.  

The FCA study and its findings supported a $360M bond request, which was approved by voters in November 2016 will address most of the mechanical, electrical and controls funding requirement. The bond, however, was not enough to cover all of their infrastructure needs, leaving an $85M gap. Fortunately, Southland was able to develop an innovative performance contract solution to help them fill most of that gap. The resulting $73M energy program – more than half of which will be self-executed as a partnership between Southland Energy and Envise — projects a 70% reduction in district energy use through energy efficiency and renewable energy measures. 

SERVICES PREFORMED:

The Bottom Line

25
tons/year

Greenhouse Gas
Reduction

25
tons/year

Greenhouse Gas
Reduction

25
tons/year

Greenhouse Gas
Reduction

25
tons/year

Greenhouse Gas
Reduction

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I have been constantly impressed with the professionalism, collaborative nature, and the promptness and quality of the work-product of Southland Industries.

Leslie Barnes, Ed.D
Assistant Superintendent, CFO, Business Services
Pomona Unified School District

Additional Work

HOW MUCH CAN SOUTHLAND SAVE YOU?

Our projects save more than they cost. Guaranteed.

With guaranteed performance, quality, and savings, the question isn’t how can you afford to partner with Southland Energy?  It’s how can you afford not to?

No size fits all.

At Southland, we recognize every client is different.  That’s why we tailor our solutions to your unique operational goals.

George Washington University

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George Washington University, VA Science & Tech

Helping one of the nation’s most prominent universities graduate to the next level...

01 Project Overview

Located in Loudoun County, Virginia, George Washington University (GWU), Virginia Science and Technology Campus (VSTC) offers more than 20 degrees and certificate programs and 17 research labs, centers, and institutes.

project location

project savings

M

project duration

9 MONTHS

square footage

385,000

status

COMPLETE

PROBLEM

Multiple systems across campus, namely the cooling infrastructure, had reached their end of their life and become increasingly unreliable, creating occupant comfort and myriad cost-control issues. Moreover, the university was stressed for capital and interested in finding grants and rebates to fund any necessary upgrades.

SOLUTION

Southland Energy began with a detailed energy audit of the campus. Southland was then selected to assist the school with improving campus sustainability, as well as achieving carbon net neutrality by 2040 and 40 percent energy reduction by 2025.

The performance-based, paid-from-savings project began with addressing the campus’ antiquated cooling infrastructure across 385,000 square feet. The university’s interest in finding rebates and grants to pay for the system replacements pushed Southland to find five times more than the school had originally thought was available.

Southland redesigned and streamlined the central plant in order to fit the size of the campus best. This resulted in a completely different piping and chiller sequence, which ultimately saved the client 25 percent in energy costs. Southland’s scope also featured the replacement of end-of-life central cooling plant equipment, including two centrifugal chillers and cooling towers, variable frequency drives for air handling units, and high-efficiency lighting and controls upgrades, and demand response.

SERVICES PREFORMED:

The Bottom Line

Cost Savings Over Project Life:
$8,790,000

m
kWh/year (million)

Electricity
Savings

2000 k
metric tons of C02/year

Carbon
Reduction

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Southland helped our facilities team make the case to proceed with capital projects that were necessary, but not a priority to executive leadership. By doing so, we’ve been able to cut our building’s energy use and costs by 20-plus percent, turning it into an investment.

Andy Ludwig
Project Manager,
Energy & Environmental Programs, GWU

Additional Work

HOW MUCH CAN SOUTHLAND SAVE YOU?

Our projects save more than they cost. Guaranteed.

With guaranteed performance, quality, and savings, the question isn’t how can you afford to partner with Southland Energy?  It’s how can you afford not to?

No size fits all.

At Southland, we recognize every client is different. That’s why we tailor our solutions to your unique operational goals.

Fuqua School

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Fuqua School

Improving infrastructure — and the student experience...

01 Project Overview

Located in Farmville, Virginia, Fuqua School is an independent, co-educational, non-sectarian day school, which enrolls approximately 3300 students in pre-school through twelfth grade. The students reside in rural Southside Virginia in 11 surrounding counties.  

project location

project savings

$ k

project duration

2 MONTHS

square footage

108,220

status

PHASE ONE

PROBLEM

A majority of Fuqua’s buildings were built in the 60s and 70s, with the most recent upgrade being in the early 90s. As a result of the deferred maintenance, all major systems and equipment were nearing or had already reached their end of life. 

SOLUTION

The school’s deferred maintenance issues were the result of a lack of funds, but partnering with Southland Energy led to the development of $1.82 million in paid-from-savings solutions with a focus on the lower school classrooms, upper school gym, and Gee Price, the school’s auditorium. The funds provided via VirginiaSAVES, rebates, and grants, also allowed Fuqua to expand the scope and include full replacement of failing roofs on two buildings. 

The design-build energy savings performance contract (ESPC) measures included the addition of variable refrigerant flow (VRF) in two buildings to provide a ductless and efficient heating and cooling system. The VRF was installed without impacting the buildings’ learning space, and contributed to the schools’ overall savings by zoning aggressively and not providing heating or cooling to unoccupied spaces. Southland Energy also installed campus-wide controls systems, upgraded the direct digital controls, and integrated the controls into one building automation system. Additionally, Fuqua’s geothermal system within the lower school was retro-commissioned as it was not functioning properly, creating uncomfortable environments, and increasing operational costs.  

SERVICES PREFORMED:

The Bottom Line

25
tons/year

Greenhouse Gas
Reduction

25
tons/year

Greenhouse Gas
Reduction

25
tons/year

Greenhouse Gas
Reduction

25
tons/year

Greenhouse Gas
Reduction

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“Fuqua School chose Southland because of their willingness to partner with and advise us on all phases of our project. Their deep knowledge of how engineering and technology can be leveraged to both reduce energy and maintenance costs and support the environment without compromising functionality and quality of space.”

John Melton
Head of School,
Fuqua School

Additional Work

HOW MUCH CAN SOUTHLAND SAVE YOU?

Our projects save more than they cost. Guaranteed.

With guaranteed performance, quality, and savings, the question isn’t how can you afford to partner with Southland Energy?  It’s how can you afford not to?

No size fits all.

At Southland, we recognize every client is different. That’s why we tailor our solutions to your unique operational goals.

Fort Riley

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Fort Riley

Innovating ways to support our troops…

Fort Riley is a world-class training installation and home to the 1st Infantry Division, one of the longest serving active duty units of the United States Army. The base serves over 18,000 active duty service members and 24,000 family members. 

project location

annual project savings

$ M

project duration

22 MONTHS

square footage

5.4 M

status

PHASE ONE

PROBLEM

Operational and energy use issues abound at Fort Riley, with the client expressing a pressing need to replace aging mechanical equipment, improve the efficiency of existing equipment, reduce the chronic maintenance of its chiller plant and install a more efficient controls system to proactively troubleshoot issues and improve occupancy comfort.  The energy management controls system did not meet cyber security standards and did not have an Authority to Operate (ATO) which significantly limited its effectiveness. 

 These challenges and a lack of available funding were preventing Fort Riley from achieving their goals of reducing energy use intensity, improving operational efficiency, reducing maintenance costs, and enhancing reliability and resiliency. 
 

SOLUTION

Southland Energy began with a detailed feasibility study to determine the viability of a self-funded energy saving project. The result is a turnkey, design-build-maintain energy performance savings contract (ESPC) that addresses 15 energy conservation measures and includes engineering, design, implementation, and maintenance of facility improvements covering 5.4 million square feet across 280 buildings, such as barracks, administrative and installation headquarters buildings, classrooms, kitchen and dining areas, auditoriums, chapels, hangers, detention areas, maintenance areas, gymnasiums and an army airfield. Southland also updated the main energy management controls system with enhanced security protocols designed to meet cybersecurity requirements for a Department of Defense accreditation.  The updated energy management system now has an ATO.

This U.S. Army Corps of Engineers ESPC project has more than $37 million in improvements, including expanding and upgrading the central plants and energy management controls, HVAC upgrades, interior, exterior, street, and airfield LED lighting, as well as water conservation improvements, plumbing, recommissioning, and building automation management. All of this will be paid for from the expected $2.4 million in annual energy and operational cost savings, which allows Fort Riley to maximize the Public Works budget.

The project addresses several of Fort Riley’s goals, including reducing energy usage, improving operational efficiency, reducing maintenance costs, improving occupant comfort, increasing industrial controls cybersecurity, and addressing NetZero water goals.

SERVICES PREFORMED:

The Bottom Line

Cost Savings Over Project Life:
$92,000,000

%
reduced by

Energy Use Intensity

25
kWh/yr

Electricity Savings

25 k
MBtus

Natural Gas
Reduction

%
reduced by

Annual Water
Consumption

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Our first phase has already seen a dramatic reduction in energy usage and operational improvements. We are on course to exceed the Army’s energy reduction goals for 2025.

Jeff Williamson
Fort Riley Director of Public Works

Additional Work

HOW MUCH CAN SOUTHLAND SAVE YOU?

Our projects save more than they cost. Guaranteed.

With guaranteed performance, quality, and savings, the question isn’t how can you afford to partner with Southland Energy?  It’s how can you afford not to?

No size fits all.

At Southland, we recognize every client is different. That’s why we tailor our solutions to your unique operational goals.

Fort Hunter Liggett

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Fort Hunter Liggett

Boosting morale — and the bottom line…

Located approximately 150 miles south of San Francisco in southern Monterey County, California, Fort Hunter Liggett provides world-class training for combat support and combat service support units of the Army Reserve, and also offers top training opportunities to all US military components and allied nations. The base has achieved top honors for their Net Zero site efforts and now focuses on optimizing their buildings’ efficiencies. 

 

project location

project savings

$ 150000

project duration

13 MONTHS

square footage

645,000

status

COMPLETE

PROBLEM

Fort Hunter Liggett was becoming increasingly plagued by aging infrastructure and inefficient mechanical and control systems, which were preventing the installation from achieving energy reduction and sustainability goals as well as impacting the training mission and soldier comfort and quality of life. Twenty seven buildings were identified to be in dire need of upgrades to ensure they could be used effectively to house and accommodate soldier activities during training exercises.  The design, installation and commissioning needed to be completed in time for soldiers to reoccupy the buildings for training missions in early 2017. This was a challenging schedule for a project with major demolition, extensive electrical work, asbestos removal and risk mitigation, and crane lifts above three stories for new rooftop HVAC units.  

SOLUTION

Fort Hunter Liggett, in conjunction with Pacific Gas & Electric, partnered with Southland Energy to develop and implement a $4.8 million self-funded Utility Energy Service Contract (UESC). Southland Energy was selected to identify energy conservation measures and help achieve the base’s goals across 27 buildings and over 645,000 square feet.  

The design-build energy conservation measures included site-wide exterior LED lighting, high-efficiency HVAC equipment installation, expanding and upgrading energy management controls, and domestic plumbing installation, as well as high-efficiency transformer opportunities and battery storage expansion for the existing Photovoltaic system. The exterior lighting measure extended to Parks Reserve Training Force Area (PRFTA) in Dublin, California, which is managed by the Fort Hunter Liggett’s Directorate of Public Works. 

Southland’s turnkey services included conducting a detailed feasibility study, design and engineering services, demolition of jet propellant 8 (JP-8) and propane tanks, and installation of HVAC rooftop units, ductwork, four 1000-gallon domestic hot water storage tanks, air to water heat pumps, and variable air volume. Southland also expanded and upgraded the facilities’ BACnet compatible Tridium building management systems. The upgrade improved the system’s operational efficiency by enabling the staff to perform controls, energy management, and system diagnostics and troubleshooting.  The project received a PG&E Rebate of $51,270.

 Continuous communication and collaboration with PG&E and Fort Hunter Liggett, and our partners enabled Southland to successfully execute the entire project within budget, on schedule, and with zero lost time accidents.

SERVICES PREFORMED:

The Bottom Line

$ 200
thousand/dollars

Annual Cost
Savings

%
reduced by

Propane
Consumption

%
reduced by

J8 Fuel
Consumption

%
reduced by

Annual Electric
Consumption

Additional Work

HOW MUCH CAN SOUTHLAND SAVE YOU?

Our projects save more than they cost. Guaranteed.

With guaranteed performance, quality, and savings, the question isn’t how can you afford to partner with Southland Energy?  It’s how can you afford not to?

No size fits all.

At Southland, we recognize every client is different. That’s why we tailor our solutions to your unique operational goals.

City of San Luis Obispo

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The City of San Luis Obispo

Modernizing infrastructure in one of California’s oldest cities …

01 Project Overview

Located approximately halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco, San Luis Obispo (often referred to locally as SLO) was founded in 1772 and is one of California’s oldest communities. Today, it is a vibrant small city of nearly 48,000 and its top employer is nearby California Polytechnic State University.

project location

project savings

N/A

project duration

13 MONTHS

square footage

N/A

status

PHASE ONE

OVERVIEW

Southland Energy’s partnership with the PG&E SST program allowed for an exceptional contracting vehicle through which to provide a streamlined and timely path to a viable project. Moreover, Southland personnel’s past project experience on the waste water treatment plant yielded unique value and an excellent working relationship with the customer.

The primary objective of the resulting, $15M energy consulting project is to make the WWRF as energy-efficient as possible and combine that with on-site generation to reduce the facility’s overall carbon footprint and meet the net zero goal. To that end, the SST effort includes upgrading aging infrastructure (SCADA system, distribution pumps), water storage capacity and the UV system with new and more energy-efficient technology, as well implementing a host of energy-efficiency measures (lighting, variable speed pumping) and demand management strategies. Additional work will focus on water security, along with sustainability and water plan integration.

PG&E’s SST projects provide a wide-ranging energy analysis of the customers’ facility and identify efficiency measures that have appropriate payback periods. The goal is for the customers’ energy savings to be equal to or greater than the financing costs to implement the measures. Without recent legislation allowing for Southland’s turnkey design-build services, each portion of the project would need to be contracted separately with different vendors and, as a result, add considerable time, cost and effort to meet SLO’s goals.

SERVICES PERFORMED:

The Bottom Line

25
tons/year

Greenhouse Gas
Reduction

25
tons/year

Greenhouse Gas
Reduction

25
tons/year

Greenhouse Gas
Reduction

25
tons/year

Greenhouse Gas
Reduction

Additional Work

HOW MUCH CAN SOUTHLAND SAVE YOU?

Our projects save more than they cost. Guaranteed.

With guaranteed performance, quality, and savings, the question isn’t how can you afford to partner with Southland Energy?  It’s how can you afford not to?

No size fits all.

At Southland, we recognize every client is different. That’s why we tailor our solutions to your unique operational goals.

Dignity Health

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Dignity Health

Saying goodbye to high energy costs and hello to humankindness…

01 Project Overview

As the fifth largest health system in the United States and the largest hospital provider in California, San Francisco-based Dignity Health and its 60,000 caregivers and staff deliver compassionate, affordable healthcare to diverse communities in 21 states. The system currently owns and operates 40 acute care hospitals and over 250 ancillary care facilities.

 

project location

energy savings

N/A

project duration

3 MONTHS

square footage

2,397,155

status

PHASE ONE

PROBLEM

Burdened by a host of mechanical systems issues at several sites across the health system’s footprint, Dignity Health tapped Southland Energy to advise on both short- and long-term energy measures to help them meet their energy efficiency goals and reduce overall operating expenses.

SOLUTION

By implementing a retro-commissioning program that focused on eight acute care hospitals spanning nearly 2.4 milllion square feet in three states, Southland Energy fully and cost effectively identified deficiencies in key mechanical and controls systems and presented the best value approach to correcting these deficiencies. Southland also identified low-efficiency or underperforming mechanical systems and summarized these observations together with recommendations for how they could be corrected and/or optimized. Moreover, Southland examined all applicable Performance Improvement Measures recommended by the Sustainability Roadmap for Hospitals and provided a long-term energy master plan for each facility.

In summation, Southland’s diverse experience in both mechanical systems and energy efficiency, along with its extensive knowledge of OSHPD requirements and other state regulations, produced a comprehensive audit package. All work was completed with minimal disruptions to ongoing hospital operations, and the consulting agreement helped Dignity meet its energy efficiency and prioritize current and future efforts for capital improvements.

SERVICES PREFORMED:

The Bottom Line

25
tons/year

Greenhouse Gas
Reduction

25
tons/year

Greenhouse Gas
Reduction

25
tons/year

Greenhouse Gas
Reduction

25
tons/year

Greenhouse Gas
Reduction

Additional Work

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San Luis Obispo

Modernizing Infrastructure in one of California’s oldest cities …

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Dignity Health

Saying goodbye to high energy costs and hello to humankindness…

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Fort Hunter Liggett

Boosting morale - and the bottom line...

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Fort Riley

Innovating ways to support our troops…

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Fuqua School

Improving infrastructure — and the student experience...

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Fort Hunter Liggett

Boosting morale - and the bottom line...

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GWU, VA Science & Tech

Helping one of the nation’s most prominent universities graduate to the next level...

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PUSD

Building better schools and brighter futures…

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Robins Air Force Base

Helping the US Air Force aim high while keeping costs low…

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St Anne's-Belfield

Improving the learning environment — and the bottom line…

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Randolph Macon

Self-funding solutions to renew an entire campus…

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HOW MUCH CAN SOUTHLAND SAVE YOU?

Our projects save more than they cost. Guaranteed.

With guaranteed performance, quality, and savings, the question isn’t how can you afford to partner with Southland Energy?  It’s how can you afford not to?

No size fits all.

At Southland, we recognize every client is different. That’s why we tailor our solutions to your unique operational goals.