John Mason Peck Hall
|Electricity Savings (kWh):||646,045||29%|
|Natural Gas Savings (Therms):||15,494||27%|
|Overall Energy Savings (Mbtu):||3,754||28%|
|Utility Cost Savings ($):||$65,210||29%|
|Estimated Project Cost ($):||$105,780||1.62||yrs. (Payback)|
|Available Utility Incentives($):||$66,009||62%||of Proj. Cost|
|Net Cost w/Incentives ($):||$39,771||0.61||yrs. (Payback)|
Date Completed: May 2011
Client: Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville
Size: 134,512 sq. ft.
Type of Construction: Existing
Facility Type: Higher Education
John Mason Peck Hall at SIUE is a combination university classroom and office facility with a common area for a student lounge situated on several floors and divided into four wings. CxE discovered a systematic problem with a 25-year-old VAV upgrade on this project, which was corrected and is now producing significant energy savings. This same problem was discovered and corrected on other campus buildings following this finding.