Confiscated elevator shafts are your first hint that this isn’t the typical hospital retrofit. Just as the large building spans a Boston traffic artery, so the work spans a variety of areas, from the serious air distribution upgrade to better VAV boxes to new sensors allowing more flexibility. See how this facility’s setup went from above-average consumption to simply above average.
Located in the South End of Boston, Boston Medical Center (BMC) is composed of over 2.5 million sq ft of inpatient, ambulatory care, and medical office space. BMC has recently completed a significant portion of a phased HVAC project at the Yawkey Building that will result in a total energy reduction of 4.6 million kWh and 35,000 Mlbs of steam per year, with a total annual cost savings of $1,345,700.