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Roselle School District 12
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Roselle SD 12 Guaranteed Energy Savings Project

$5,268,611

Contract

97,000

Square Footage

Aug 2018

Completion Date

Project Description

Roselle School District 12 in Roselle, Illinois was in need of mechanical and energy savings renovations at Spring Hills Elementary and Roselle Middle School. Existing equipment at both buildings was beyond their life expectancy and resulted in high energy and maintenance costs. The school passed an operating referendum and Performance Services was selected to implement a performance contract to design and implement the project.  At the same time, the district pursued interior renovations and opted to hire an architect and general contractor to complete the second project at the school during the same time period. This required detailed and careful planning and scheduling by both project teams. Both projects were successfully coordinated and completed before the start of the 2018 school semester. 

Project Highlights

  • Replaced aged boilers with 6 new high-efficiency boilers
  • New ceiling tiles
  • Rooftop units, exhaust fans, VAV and fan-powered boxes
  • Classroom thermostats that control temperature and detect humidity and CO2
  • Upgraded all exterior and interior lighting to LED lighting
  • New, non-proprietary building automation system

 

Brian Ondyak, Business Development Manager


Brian Ondyak, P.E. 

business development manager

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This was a great project and it is going to have a huge impact on our kids. The students are excited to come back to school and their families are excited about what this means for their kids. I just want you to know how much I appreciate it. The headaches for a project this big were so minimal and the collaboration was solid. I will miss seeing you all around the buildings!
Anthony Arbogast
Director of Business Services, Roselle School District 12
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