Barberton Middle School, Barberton City Schools
The district enforced a performance-based specification for the temperature controls to ensure a high-performance building.
- The power of the trending in the WebCTRL® system after construction was complete helped find multiple building envelope issues that affected comfort and energy.
- As a result Barberton Middle School became an Energy Star Certified building after its first year of occupancy.
- The 161,693 btu/ft2/year energy consumption is 57% below the Ohio average of 85,000 btu/ft2/ year for K-12 schools with Variable Air Volume systems.
Energy Star™ Rating
Annual Savings $106,539
Over the life of the building, Ashland City Schools will save more than $20.6 million* in utility costs. *Based on Ohio K-12 schools average.
- Type of HVAC System: Variable Air Volume
- Year Built: 2011
- Square Footage: 161,693
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