Three Projects Achieve LEED® O+M Certification

Our team is excited to announce that Building C, Building S, and Building U have achieved LEED® O+M certification as awarded by the US Green Building Council.   As part of the SAS Institute Campus in Cary, North Carolina, Building C, S, & U total more than 650,000 ft² of commercial office space that includes more than 1,800 offices, a full service cafeteria, …

Building EnergetiCx Presents at NCBPC

Our president, Shane Nault, presented “Building Commissioning 101” at the 2015 North Carolina Building Performance Conference (NCBPC)in Wilmington, North Carolina.  The conference included three days of business and technical workshops, networking events and social activities, site tours, fun competitions and much more. The presentation provided an introduction to building commissioning and where it is currently required.  It also provided an overview of …

OSHA 10 Certified

Our president, Shane Nault, has received his OSHA 10 Construction Certification.  The OSHA 10 Hour Construction Safety Certification course provides a general awareness for an entry level construction worker on recognizing and preventing hazards on a construction site.

Newest LEED Accredited Professional

Zach Priester, Commissioning Technician for Building EnergetiCx, recently earned the LEED Accredited Professional designation by the US Green Building Council with a specialty in Operations and Maintenance (O+M).  Zach has been a key team member in working on several LEED O+M projects and supporting existing building commissioning. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), is the most widely-accepted environmental design and …

Energy Simulation Paradigm Shift

Recently our president, Shane Nault, presented at the Net Zero Energy Building Symposium in Charlotte, North Carolina. The symposium was hosted by the Association of Energy Engineers North Carolina Piedmont Chapter and attracted speakers from all over the country. There were three tracks available to attendees: energy, HVAC, and case studies, that included topics related to financing, application, design principles, …

Newest LEED Green Associate

Zach Priester, Commissioning Technician for Building EnergetiCx, recently earned the LEED Green Associates designation by the US Green Building Council.  Zach has been a key team member in working on our recent projects with SAS Institute and Ingersoll Rand. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), is the most widely-accepted environmental design and green building certification in the United States.  LEED …

Founders Hall Earns LEED® Silver Certification

USC Lancaster recently completed a new classroom facility, Founders Hall, on their existing campus. Founders Hall is the college’s first new building on campus in a decade.  The new facility is a 40,000 ft², three (3) story academic building located on the University of South Carolina, Lancaster campus.  The building provides additional classroom space for the campus as well as offices for …

Building EnergetiCx is a 2015 USGBC NC Sponsor

Building EnergetiCx is once again proud to be a 2015 Silver Partner with the USGBC North Carolina Chapter for the third year in a row.  The U.S. Green Building Council North Carolina Chapter (USGBC NC) promotes the benefits of sustainable building and land development practices.  The mission of the USGBC NC is to transform the way buildings and communities are designed, built …

Ingersoll Rand Building D Earns LEED® Gold Certification

Located in Davidson, NC, Ingersoll Rand’s Building D commercial interior space is on the location of their existing campus. The Building D renovation encompasses approximately 52,734 ft² distributed through two (2) separate levels, accommodating 215 permanent employees in offices and open floor work stations with access to large, medium and small conference rooms, copy/print rooms, and break rooms among others. …

I-73/74 Randolph County Visitor Center Receives LEED® Certification

The I-73/74 Randolph County Visitor Center project has achieved LEED® Silver Certification as certified by the United States Green Building Council (USGBC). The project was a newly constructed 2,882 square foot visitor center. The project included sustainable features such as a rain water harvesting, solar thermal heating water system, efficient lighting and HVAC systems.   Our team provided LEED® v3 …