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Hewitt makes a green building even more sustainable

In 1999 Hewitt Associates built a 365,000 square foot office building in Orlando that was commended by the professional society ASHRAE for its energy efficiency. In 2004 the company’s real estate lead called on Jones Lang LaSalle to optimize the building’s energy consumption. Our team re-commissioned the building to assure that all systems performed to specifications and also identified and implemented several improvements. Additionally, despite the 50 percent population increase and special-use areas, the building’s energy consumption is consistently either flat or lower than its original baseline.  In 2010 the facility received an ENERGY STAR score of 90, ranking it among the top 10 percent of similar buildings nationally. 


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Re-commissioned the building
Reduced energy consumption
Achieved ENERGY STAR score of 90
365,000 square feet

 

 

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