Our PERFORMANCE RECORD
At CCG we aren’t afraid to show our performance record. Whether you are comparing the utility consumption or the comfort of buildings, we are confident that we will be on the top of the list. We welcome the challenge to compare our performance to the competition.
Would you invest money with a financial planner without knowing their past performance? Have you seen the past performance of our competition? Don’t rate performance just on energy reductions, base it on annual energy consumption. In some buildings it is fairly simple to reduce energy consumption by 20% - if their base consumption is twice the norm. Measure performance by the actual energy consumed after an energy project is complete. The EPA has a great tool to do this with their Energy Star Portfolio Manager Tool.
Our competition includes small companies, medium companies and large international companies with multiple locations in the state of Ohio, yet we still received 4% of all the prestigious Energy Star Certifications awarded buildings in the state last year.
As measured by BTU/ft2/Year, as the EPA’s Energy Star Portfolio Manager does, CCG has many of the best performing buildings in the country. See our Success Story on Hudson High School that is rated 100 out of 100. Or see how we took Mount Vernon Middle School from a 1 to a 97.
We understand that developing a project with the Total Cost of Ownership in mind, while focusing on the comfort of the occupants results in a successful project. The Devil is in the details. Our employees are dedicated to delivering award-winning projects to our customers.
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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