A valuable resource for facilities management teams, the program evaluates building energy performance using rigorous ASHRAE II standards.
Professional engineering oversight of the operations, maintenance, and expansion of the University's centralized utility systems.
Thermal imaging is a valuable tool for detecting a number of potential problems within a building's envelope and electrical system.
Providing coordination between Harvard and Cambridge/Boston on utility projects, building code compliance, and municipal permitting issues.
Offering assistance in the development of Life Cycle Cost (LCC) calculations and Green Revolving Fund applications.
Trained technicians utilizing the latest ultrasonic technology to detect failing traps and significantly improving efficiency.