Energy Services - Port Columbus International Airport

Energy Services - Port Columbus International Airport

Location: Columbus, Ohio

Client: Columbus Regional Airport Authority

Completion Date: 2007

Burns & McDonnell performed an investment grade audit and implemented measures  to provide a projected annual savings of $680,000 over a 10-year guaranteed energy savings program at the Port Columbus International Airport for the Columbus Regional Airport Authority. The audit included detailed surveys, analysis and modeling of conservation measures and cost estimates for the main terminal, concourses A, B and C, and 8 support services buildings, for a total of approximately 1.5 million square feet.

Implementation included design, installation and construction management of the entire project.

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  • Investment grade audit
  • System design
  • Implementation
  • Construction management
  • LEED EB consulting
  • Strategic capital planning software evaluation and consulting
  • ANSI/MSE 2000 Energy Management Standard implementation and certification
  • Roofing technology evaluation
  • Power system reliability and backup power evaluation

Project components:

  • Integrate flight information display system with energy management system for equipment scheduling
  • Upgrade existing building automation system with Web-based system
  • Install high efficiency lighting modifications
  • Replace Concourse B boilers
  • Upgrade HVAC controls to DDC
  • Convert chilled water systems to variable volume
  • Convert hot water systems to variable volume
  • Convert air handlers to variable air volume (VAV) handlers
  • Install energy efficient motors
  • Install new power quality system.
  • Install energy saving controls on escalators