Saint Mary’s Good Samaritan Hospital
|Electricity Savings (kWh):||2,927,992||23%|
|Natural Gas Savings (Therms):||212,738||35%|
|Overall Energy Savings (Mbtu):||31,264||30%|
|Utility Cost Savings ($):||$319,520||26%|
|Estimated Project Cost ($):||$568,982||1.78||yrs. (Payback)|
|Available Utility Incentives($):||$124,763||22%||of Proj. Cost|
|Net Cost w/Incentives ($):||$444,219||1.39||yrs. (Payback)|
Date Completed: April 2013
Client: SSM Health Illinois
Size: 400,000 sq. ft.
Type of Construction: Existing
Facility Type: Hospital
St. Mary’s Hospital consists of a multi-building campus and provides a wide range of rural healthcare services for the residents of Centralia and the surrounding area. This facility included many different system types and levels of building automation, offering many opportunities for savings. The central chilled water plant suffered from low temperature difference issues; several issues were identified and corrected to help improve the plant operation.