December 08, 2009
Cimetrics announced that Genzyme Corporation in Cambridge, MA has chosen the Infometrics (now Analytika) ongoing, monitoring-based commissioning program to optimize energy costs and operational performance at its LEED-Platinum Kendall Square headquarters. The facility, Genzyme Center, has been recognized with many awards for green design, including honors from the Royal Institute of British Architects, the Association of General Contractors, Architectural Review, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the North East Sustainable Energy Association, and the Environmental Business Council of New England. But even buildings with the greenest of designs can easily become inefficient unless they're monitored 24/7. That's where Infometrics comes in.
Infometrics is a ongoing, monitoring-based commissioning program that includes 24/7/365 data collection and analysis to ensure that building systems maintain peak efficiency and comfort. Infometrics enables reduced energy consumption and carbon emissions while providing enterprise-level management information. Powered through complex fault detection and diagnostic technology, our program often exposes hidden facility issues that cause waste and other serious problems.
The Infometrics client report includes:
Infometrics benefits include:
The Leader in Ongoing, Monitoring-Based Commissioning since 2000, Cimetrics has been the leading provider of ongoing, monitoring-based commissioning in North America with their Infometrics program. As an owner-advocate to our clients including universities, hospitals, laboratories, mixed-use hospitality, federal, and state governments, Infometrics improves fixed asset performance and then measures energy and carbon savings for each building.
Infometrics Reduces Energy Use, Maintenance Costs and CO2 Emissions
Clients rely on Infometrics' fault detection, diagnostic, and optimization technology to improve mechanical and operational efficiency, and to catch problems that would otherwise remain hidden. The prioritized list of energy and operational issues provided to each client enables proactive rather than reactive system maintenance, minimizing costly downtime, extending equipment life, and saving owners money on bloated service agreements.
For more information about the Infometrics program (now Analytika), or to receive a free Infometrics (now Analytika) sample report, visit www.analytika.com.
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