Dynamix Energy Services Savings for Career Technical Schools

The Dynamix team is continuing their cost savings and monitoring expertise to the career and technical schools. Their outdated equipment and controls are just as important to monitor with the inefficient energy usage, combined with the increasing cost of energy, is causing utility costs to rise.

"The attention to detail and monitoring of the system before, during and after the fact has been amazing" - Ervin Baldwin

Tolles Career & Technical Center

Dynamix Energy Services completed a guaranteed energy-savings project for Tolles Career and Technical Center. This project included upgrading the building automation system, installing a new chiller, and new natural gas boilers to optimize the energy consumption of the buildings. In addition, a new 12-mile-long natural gas pipeline was laid to bring more a cost-efficient energy source to the buildings.

As part of an overall $2.2 Million energy project, Dynamix Energy Services replaced the main chillers at the Tolles Career & Technical Center, eliminating ongoing maintenance issues, optimizing the central cooling plant and allowing greater control and monitoring.

The project included the following scope of work:

  • Removed all existing boilers and installed 3 natural gas condensing boilers, all associated piping, and primary pumps
  • Replaced existing chiller with new 235-ton chiller
  • Installed 12-miles of natural gas line and added a gas meter
  • Installed 2 electric meters and programmed them with new advanced demand control algorithms
  • Installed and programmed new controls
"The amount of work completed in our two buildings and the time and manner in which it was completed was phenomenal" - Jack Higgins

Delaware Area Career Center – HB-264 Energy Project

Dynamix Energy Services produced a guaranteed energy savings for Delaware Area Career Center by replacing equipment and installing building controls in its two buildings. The project helped reduce utility expenses, but more importantly, improved air quality and comfort for students and staff.

The project included the following scope of work:

  • Upgrade of lighting systems
  • Replacement of (9) rooftop units
  • Installation of non-proprietary controls throughout the District
  • Design of user-friendly graphical interface for equipment and space controls
  • Installation of new adjustable room sensors
  • Installation of new variable speed drives on select equipment
  • Installation of air quality monitoring & supplemental sensors
  • Energy Dashboard implementation for continuous monitoring
  • Implementation of FMX centralized maintenance management system

Delaware Area Career Center