We Focus on COMFORT
What good is saving energy if it comes at the expense of poor comfort and occupant productivity losses? In the big picture, comfort is much more important than energy reduction.
Think about this. A typical office building spends $2.00 to $3.00 per square foot per year for utilities. It spends $200 to $300 per square foot per year for human resources. Saving 10% of your utility bill (20 to 30 cents) and subsequently reducing the productivity 10% can cost you $20 - $30 per square foot per year – a net loss of $19.80 - $29.70 per square foot. Your energy savings have been overshadowed by a reduction in the productivity of your people.
We pride ourselves on the comfort in the buildings we upgrade. Depending on the existing mechanical systems, we average temperatures within 1/10th of 1 degree of set point. How do we do that? It is our attention to the details.
Mechanical Upgrades at St. John Bosco Church
CCG Automation Completes Campus Wide Metering Project at Akron Childrens Hospital
CCG Automation Completes Lighting Upgrades at James A. Garfield Local Schools
Olmsted Falls Middle School Completes Control Upgrades
TimkenSteel Completes More Upgrades with CCG
CCG Automation Guides Strasburg-Franklin Local Schools to a 1st Place Finish in the EPA National Building Competition
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