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Army Utility Modernization As one of the largest operators of central heating and cooling plants in the United States, the U.S. Army is committed to upgrading its thermal utilities to life cycle cost effective technology and efficiency. As part of the utility modernization effort, Stanley Consultants was hired to provide technical support for energy and utility systems engineering research. Learn More
Retro-Commissioning for a More Sustainable, Economical and Environmental U.S. Navy The U.S. Navy is committed to a more sustainable, economical and environmentally friendly future. In a continued effort to support their initiatives, the NAVFAC Atlantic Division contracted with Stanley Consultants to perform a retro-commissioning study in 58 of its buildings, covering approximately five million square feet. Learn More
Privatizing Utilities for NAVFAC This comprehensive project began with the collection of field data including interviews with field activity personnel. Equipment was assessed and photographed, system deficiencies were documented and system inventory worksheets were populated. Replacement costs were estimated with a calculation of depreciated value and the sensitive data package was procured. Learn More
Modernizing Fort Gordon’s Central Energy Plant. When the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers from Savannah, Georgia, needed assistance to modernize the Fort Gordon Central Energy Plant, they relied on Stanley Consultants for the modernization. Learn More
Rehabilitation Feasibility for Hydro Electric Generation Powerhouse The Center Hill Powerhouse in DeKalb County, Tennessee, had lost its efficiency because of age and normal wear and tear. This facility houses three hydroelectric generating turbines. Stanley Consultants prepared feasibility level cost estimates. Learn More
DOE Electrical Power System Upgrade Comprehensive Design The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) needed to upgrade, and in some cases replace, the electrical power system at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in Livermore, California. The laboratory turned to Stanley Consultants to provide comprehensive engineering services for this complex project. Learn More
Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions In support of the Federal Executive Order 13514, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Hospital in Dallas, TX awarded Stanley Consultants, in design-build partnership with contractor McCarthy Building Companies, the design and construction of a new combined heat and power (CHP) energy center. Learn More
VA Medical Center Boiler Plant Upgrades Stanley Consultants provided design and construction services for the replacement of three gas-fired water tube boilers and feedwater economizers, boiler feedwater treatment system, the condensate receiver system, and fuel oil pumping system for the U.S. Veteran Affairs (VA) Medical Center in Iowa City, IA. Learn More

Building Commissioning Helps Facility Maintain Sustainability

Stanley Consultants provided enhanced commissioning services for the National Guard’s Readiness Center in Iowa City, IA.  The center, also designed by Stanley Consultants, meets the requirements set by the U.S. Green Building Council for the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver Rating. Design services included civil, architectural, mechanical, electrical and structural design for the new 110,000 square-foot environmentally friendly facility.  The sustainably aspects of this facility include:

  • Geothermal system
  • Energy consumption reducing light fixtures
  • Work areas with day lighting
  • Energy star-compliant high-albedo roofing system. 

In order to keep this facility's utilities operating efficiently, Stanley Consultants provided enhanced commissioning services which evaluates each operating system and fine-tunes them for optimal operating efficiency.  The following systems were included in these commissioning services:

  • Geothermal closed ground loop heat exchange system - the geothermal heat exchange system encompasses approximately 42,000 SF.  This vertical-bore closed loop system extended to 180 feet below finish grade underneath the parking lot.
  • Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning
  • Service water heaters and recirculation pump
  • Fire alarm and protection systems
  • Lighting - Lighting control; Daylight dimming controls; Occupancy sensors
  • Emergency power system
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