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City of Garrett, Indiana
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Fire and Police Station Rehabilitation

$311,148

Contract Value

June 2018

Completion Date

8,572

Square Feet

Project Description

The City of Garrett Police and Fire Station was in need of several repairs to make the building a more comfortable place to work, given that the employees are in and out dressed in full gear. The City selected Performance Services to complete a guaranteed energy savings contract that would bring several improvements to the building. These include a new roofing system, upgraded and efficient HVAC system, LED lighting upgrades, and building envelope improvements.

Project Highlights

  • New roof with 2-year warranty that meets Indiana energy codes
  • High-efficiency variable speed rooftop unit
  • New variable air volume boxes
  • Retrofit existing light fixtures with LED bulbs
  • Install occupancy sensors and LED lighting dimming capabilities where necessary
  • Upgrade windows
  • Install weatherstripping to prevent drafts
  • New aluminum doors on east side of building

 

Jim Christie, Business Development Manager


Jim Christie

Business development manager

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Performance Services is truly a top-notch company that takes pride in the work they perform. From keeping the customer updated with progress reports, attention to detail, and overall professionalism. I would always consider Performance Services for every future City project.
Milton Otero
City Planner, City of Garrett - Police and Fire Dept.
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