Our energy and building program management professionals first review utility bills and evaluate existing mechanical and electrical building systems, determining the condition, efficiency and overall energy use. Whitman professionals use this information to identify opportunities to reduce energy consumption utilizing high efficiency mechanical and electrical equipment. Additionally, our professionals develop sustainable design options, including introducing modern methods of harvesting free energy such as day lighting, photovoltaic, and wind. Sustainable options such as geothermal and ice storage chillers are also investigated.
We believe that every building has an opportunity to save energy, no matter its age, use or location. Our LEED accredited professionals can determine the most cost-effective ways to reduce energy usage, saving the building owner or building tenant a considerable amount of money.
At Whitman, we’ve designed new and updated energy systems for a variety of clients, including offices, flex buildings, classified spaces, laboratories, pharmaceutical facilities, warehouses, schools and health care facilities. Whitman’s professionals have been designing energy efficient building systems long before it was fashionable.