Energy and Engineering Solutions

Turn-key Energy Solutions and Services

Global Facility Solutions provides clients with preliminary and in-depth energy assessments of their facilities to provide:

  • Energy and Cost Reduction Opportunities
  • Utility Bill Analysis
  • Equipment Life Cycle Review
  • Due Diligence Analysis of HVAC, Electrical and Plumbing Systems
  • Mechanical System Troubleshooting
  • Turn-key Energy Solutions Project Development

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Energy Security Assessments

Global Facility Solutions provides clients with facility assessments to identify utility supply susceptibilities and potential threats to continuous building operations. In today’s world, Energy Security is not just a concern for Government Agencies. GFS will work with your team to develop a utility security plan that will address vulnerabilities.

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Infrared Thermal Imaging

Global Facility Solutions utilizes infrared thermal scanning technology to identify areas of heat loss or air infiltration within commercial facilities. The building envelope (walls, windows, doors and roof) may be a large source of energy waste within commercial buildings. Utilizing infrared thermal imaging will easily help to identify areas of concern that can be corrected to reduce energy losses.

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Measurement and Verification Services

Global Facility Solutions is experienced in providing “measurement and verification” services for existing (or new) energy retrofit projects.  With in-house engineering and the use of EMS systems, data-logging and utility analysis, GFS provides full M&V services for Owners, End Users, ESCO companies, etc.

 

Arc Flash Risk Assessment

OSHA standards recommend that employers protect employees from the dangers of an arc flash. Global Facility Solutions can help. Our Arc Flash Risk Assessment provides a complete study and analysis of your equipment along with installation of Arc Flash Hazard Warning Labels to meet the requirement per NFPA 70E.

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