Wilshire Center

Energy audit and consulting for the the Wilshire Center Business Improvement District (WCBID), which pledged to become a “Cool District”, reducing CO2 emissions and climate change impacts by 2% each year, until an 80% reduction below the district’s 2008 baseline is achieved. Covering a high density mix of 1,100 buildings with retail, office, restaurant, lodging and residential use, the WCBID needed to establish a baseline, and identify a path to acieve it’s goal. The audit included utility bills analysis, building walk-throughs, and interviews with building staff and owners. The collected information was used to identify building-specific opportiunities to improve energy performance, cut utility costs, and reduce carbon emissions. These findings were then used to establish the potential reduction targets for the different building types and the overall district.

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Sector:Commercial
Location:Los Angeles, USA
Date:2009
Team
Architect:N/A
Design Engineer:N/A
Client:Wilshire Center Business Improvement District
Achievements
Utility Cost Savings:N/A
Energy Savings:30-80%
Carbon Savings:N/A
Green Certificate:N/A
Particulars
Renewable Tech:N/A
Green Features:Optimized Architecture Advanced building controls Optimized HVAC High efficacy lighting
Modeling Tools:Custom Tools
Services provided
Facility Assessment & Energy Audit
Commissioning and Retro-Commissioning
Process & Maintenance Optimization
Corporate Sustainability
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