During the recent Distech Partner Conference, Dynamix Energy Services and Columbus Temperature Control were recognized jointly as a Connect 2018 Awards Finalist in the ECLYPSE Connected Building Category for their outstanding accomplishments with the Reynoldsburg City Schools Project.
For this prestigious award, Distech Controls
evaluates specific ECLYPSE IP Solution Projects completed by their Worldwide Partners.
The acknowledgement went to Dynamix Energy Services for their performance as
the System Integrator and Columbus Temperature Control as the Distech Controls
“The Dynamix Energy Services Team is honored to be recognized by Distech Controls. We are very impressed with the ECLYPSE product line. ECLYPSE utilizes Bacnet IP communication over Ethernet wiring and this has been a major enhancement. The improved speed and reliability of the IP communication wiring decreases installation time and eliminates after project communication issues. Dynamix looks forward to our continued success with the Distech Controls and our partnership with Columbus Temperature Control.”
Sean Weber, Vice President Energy and Controls Project, Dynamix Energy Services
Columbus Temperature Control also received a
Platinum Member Award and an ECLYPSE IP Growth
Award. Jamie Dennis, Regional Sales
Executive with Columbus Temperature Control expressed appreciation of their
partnership with DES.
“Dynamix Energy Services is truly an exceptional firm and partner. The passion and drive that this team possesses is unmatched. Everyone at Columbus Temperature Control is very proud to have them as a Distech Controls Partner and we look forward to continued success. The Reynoldsburg City Schools project is just one example of their true dedication to their clients and craft.”
Jamie Dennis, Regional Sales Executive, Columbus Temperature Control
As part of a District Wide Energy Conservation Project in the Reynoldsburg City Schools, the High School Football Field received new LED Lights. The Lighting was installed on four of the five existing poles. Each of the four poles, now has a quantity of 13 – 1,150 watt LED Lamps on pole along with a quantity of 2 -575 watt LED Lamps up-lights per pole to be able to track the ball. Each of the four poles now have a quantity of thirteen – 1,150 watt LED Lamps, along with two – 575 watt LED Lamps up-lights that help players track the ball. Energy usage will reduced by 57.1 KW.
Some of the features of this new Lighting System include:
A computer application allows the District to create schedules to match athletic events.
The District utilizes a mobile app to shut off the lights.
LED Lights provide a sharp cut-off, which eliminates light spillage. The light is now focused exactly where it should be, on the field.
Musco’s Total Light Control provides better visibility for the players and spectators. Players enjoy a field view in higher definition and can track the entire flight of the ball.
These components make for a state-of-the-art stadium for Reynoldsburg Athletes.
To learn more about specialty lighting and all the ways to reduce energy consumption and save utility cost, contact Dynamix Energy Services at 614-443-1178 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Dynamix Energy Services is proud to sponsor the OACTS Spring Issues Forum for the fourth year! Dynamix has assisted many schools including Career Technical facilities with improving their HVAC Controls and Energy Consumption. Delaware Area Career Center and Tolles Career and Technical Center are a few of projects.
To learn about these projects, please review the following.
Dynamix always looks forwarding to attending the AEP Ohio Solution Provider Launch Events. The meeting on January 31, 2019 was extra special. Dynamix was recognized for their participation in processing AEP Incentive Applications for 2018. Dynamix received awards in both the categories of Highest Quantity of Projects and Highest kWh Savings. Heather Sieck, an Electrical Engineer for Dynamix Energy Services accepted the awards.
Columbus, Ohio –Dynamix Energy Services is proud to announce the promotions of five of our exceptional employees to vice president positions overseeing key areas of our service delivery.
These promotions, and the associated structuring of our lines of business, reflect Dynamix’s growth and the substantial innovation of our service offerings. The changes also have direct positive effects for our current and future clients, giving them better access to pertinent technical services.Our technical expertise has always been what sets Dynamix apart from others in the industry.
The company’s new vice presidents and their areas of responsibility are:
Sean Weber, Energy and Controls Projects: Sean’s role entails performing utility analyses, energy audits and mechanical HVAC assessments. This information is used to engineer potential energy savings and conservation measures.He also consults with facility managers to develop a scope of work that will result in positive annual cash flow for clients.In addition, Sean will be responsible for overseeing our complex energy conservation projects.
Chris Reichert, Product Development and Integration: During his tenure with Dynamix Energy Services, Chris has demonstrated his leadership through the development of software for integration and automation with multiple Cloud Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS).
In his role of Vice President, he will oversee the conception and design of new products to make daily routines easier and more manageable for clients, looking for solutions to problem areas in the complicated world of energy management.
Brian Bowers, Controls as a Professional Service:Brian will oversee this unique service of Dynamix by partnering with a client to coordinate the installation of HVAC equipment and controls while providing commissioning expertise.This service is called Controls as a Professional Service.This ensures a new building performs at peak efficiency on the first day of occupancy, and seamlessly coordinates the operation between building automation controls and HVAC equipment to optimize energy savings.
Mark Willard, Technical Service and Preventive Maintenance:Over the past seven years, Mark has been integral to the delivery of our Technical Service and Preventive Maintenance Programs.His new role will have him monitoring our engineers as they track energy consumption and energy savings after projects are completed through remote building monitoring, monthly energy savings reports and fine-tuning HVAC operations.
Brad Turnwald, Energy and Utility Management: As Vice President of Energy and Utility management, he is responsible for the development and implementation of Gridcap, our automated electrical demand management platform.Gridcap enables clients to more effectively and automatically manage monthly building demand charges and annual peak load contribution capacity charges.
About Dynamix Energy Services
Dynamix Energy Services (DES) is a full service, vendor-neutral Energy Services Company that focuses on implementing and installing creative, well-engineered solutions to our customers. Our team consists of Professional Engineers from multiple backgrounds including HVAC, Electrical, Controls, Technology and Plumbing. This diversity allows us to maximize the energy and maintenance savings for our customers by looking at opportunities from all angles.
For more information, please contact us 614-443-1178.
Congratulations Teays Valley Local School District!
As part of the Phase One LED Lighting Project completed by Dynamix Energy Services, the District qualified for a Utility Rebate. On June 27, South Central Power awarded Teays Valley Local School District with a check in the amount of $45,000.
Where: Greater Columbus Convention Center, 400 N High Street, Columbus, Ohio
Trade Show Dates & Hours:
Monday, November 12 10:00am-5:00pm Tuesday, November 13 9:00am-12:00pm
November means it is time to plan for the Ohio School Boards Association (OSBA) Capital Conference and Trade Show. On your calendar, add the Dynamix Energy Services Booth #809. We welcome you and leaders of school districts throughout Ohio to stop by our booth to say hello. We are dedicated to making Ohio’s schools more energy and cost effective, and would love to learn some of the ways your district conserves. We also would be pleased to share some of the ways Dynamix has assisted other schools by reducing their energy consumption and saving precious funds on utility costs.
To learn how Dynamix assisted the Reynoldsburg City Schools, please join us on Tuesday, November 13 for a breakout Learning Session at 2:30pm. District leaders will detail how an Energy Conservation Project with Dynamix allowed them to address failing HVAC Equipment and make improvements for future years.
Dynamix Energy Services will be exhibiting at the upcoming OME-RESA Vendor Fair. If you are attending this event, please stop by our booth to learn how we have assisted other School Districts with lowering their energy costs through customized Energy Conservation Projects, Demand and Capacity Management. We look forward to seeing you on August 2!
MANSFIELD – A Columbus energy services engineering company and a familiar face in the Mansfield community will join forces to develop a comprehensive assessment of infrastructure systems and equipment in 10 Mansfield City Schools buildings.
Their final report will play a major role in eventual board of education decisions about renovation of existing facilities versus possible new construction.
The board voted Tuesday to award a $22,450 contract to Dynamix Energy Services Ltd. and employ former Mansfield Senior High Principal Stan Jefferson as “project ombudsman.”
In that capacity, Jefferson will work closely with Dynamix engineers to review all draft findings and provide feedback to the report’s overall recommendations. Jefferson, also a former Tyger head football and track coach, will be paid $25 an hour for his work.
The detailed study will evaluate a dozen areas in each building, including heating and electrical systems, plumbing and fixtures, lighting, ventilation/air conditioning, sewage system and water supply.
“We are thrilled to have Stan with us,” said Scott McKenzie, a Dynamix energy consultant. “I don’t think we could do the district justice without his background and knowledge. We will be looking at buildings from an infrastructure standpoint — the things you don’t always see.”
Jefferson, who worked with the Ohio State University football program from 2004 until just recently, said he welcomes the opportunity to participate in the assessment.
“As a member of the community, I have been asked to be part of this,” he said. “The district is looking at how we can be more efficient. How can we reduce costs and offer the latest technology? And safety is a new component confronting all school districts.”
McKenzie said he and Jefferson will be joined by two Dynamix senior engineers for inspections at all buildings after securing drawings from Bob Booth, the district’s director of operations.
“It will take at least two days, maybe longer, for us to complete walk-throughs of all the buildings,” McKenzie said. “There will be lots and lots of information to pore over. Stan will assist us in that.”
Jefferson and McKenzie, who also is a member of the Upper Arlington Board of Education, have a prior professional relationship.
“I did my superintendent internship under Scott when he was a superintendent,” Jefferson said. “I know him and I know his company well.”
Jefferson served as Mansfield Senior High assistant principal from 1997 to 2003 before assuming the principal role during the 2003-2004 school year. He recalled the campaign that led to the construction of the current Senior High building.
“When we were talking about building the new Senior High, some people asked why not renovate the old building. But to get the old building up to standards would have cost more than building the new, state-of-the-art facility,” he said.
Jefferson said he and then-superintendent Ron Morvai led 40 community meetings leading up to the decision to build the new high school.
“I also conducted Saturday morning tours of the old building,” Jefferson said. “On rainy mornings I showed visitors how buckets were catching water from the leaking roof.”
McKenzie said Dynamix hopes to have the facilities assessment report to the board of education by late August.
Jefferson said the goal is “transparent and complete information.”
“Our community — as we do as individuals in our homes — can’t make a choice until it knows the facts and costs,” he said. “When the facts are known, we can make an economic choice about the best way to save taxpayers’ money while providing the best education for our children.”
Buildings involved in the assessment and evaluation study, and the year each was built, according to district records, include: Malabar Intermediate, 1962; Sherman Elementary, 1961; Spanish Immersion (formerly Brinkerhoff), 1950, addition in 1956; Hedges, 1872, additions in 1899, 1911, 1934, 1940, 1941, 1950, 1956; Prospect Elementary, 1950, addition in 1961; Springmill STEM Elementary, 1961; West Fifth building, 1950; Woodland Elementary, 1936, addition in 1950; Mansfield Senior High, 2004; and Raemelton administration building, 1961.