Environmental Way Earns Energy Star Rating

Environmental Way is a two-story, 70,000 square foot class A office building located in the University Research Park, just north of Charlotte’s center city.  The building is a high tech, LEED Platinum Core and Shell building.  The building is equipped with a  fully automated building automation system controlling a central thermal ice storage system, air cooled scroll chiller, high efficiency condensing boilers, variable …

USGBC CRC Volunteer of the Month

This past November, Shane Nault, president of Building EnergetiCx was named Volunteer of the Month for the USGBC Charlotte Region Chapter.  Shane was instrumental in organizing the partner campaign for the state chapter and implementing an online CRM system to improve collaboration across the state.  Through the USGBC CRC, Shane has also been working with the Smart Energy Now team on developing a Building Recognition …

Building EnergetiCx is part of Energy Advisor Program

Building EnergetiCx is now a member of the Noesis’ Energy Advisor Program (EAP), which provides energy consultants with the opportunity to deliver their energy management services using Noesis’ online tools, reports and resources.  The EAP is designed for energy consultants who perform ongoing energy management and help identify and implement efficiency projects for commercial, industrial and/or institutional end users.

Building Optimization and Commissioning Services

Building EnergetiCx participates in a market analysis and forecast regarding Commissioning, Recommissioning, Retrocommissioning, and Continuous Commissioning Services.  The report examines the worldwide market for building commissioning services.  Market drivers and barriers are explored in detail, along with global demand-side dynamics.  The report analyzes future technology trends in continuous commissioning and profiles 22 key industry players.  Market forecasts, segmented by region and by type of commissioning, are provided through 2020.

Building EnergetiCx President Leads Round Table Discussion at Facility Mangers Town Hall

Smart Energy Now© held its third Facility Managers Town Hall meeting at the Duke Energy Tower in Charlotte.  Facility managers learned more about the Building Performance Compass tool for monitoring building energy usage within their buildings.  After the presentation, Building EnergetiCx president, Shane Nault, led a round table discussion with facility managers to discuss and share their best practices as well as recent …

Building EnergetiCx Presents at Facility Managers Town Hall

Building EnergetiCx president, Shane Nault, co-presented with Charlie Barron of Duke Energy on “Capitalizing on Energy Efficiency for Facility Managers”.   The presentation was a collaboration with the USGBC Charlotte Region Chapter, IFMA Charlotte, and Duke Energy for Smart Energy Now© .  Smart Energy Now© (SEN) is an initiative through Duke Energy and Envision Charlotte that is motivating Charlotte’s Center City workforce to conserve energy through small …

Building EnergetiCx President Presents at the NCBC

Shane Nault, president of Building EnergetiCx, presented at the National Conference on Building Commissioning in Nashville, TN.  Mr. Nault presented on the increasing role building energy simulations play for commissioning agents.  The presentation defined building energy simulations and outlined the different types of energy simulations.  The presentation also provided an overview of the building energy simulation tools that are available as well as an understanding …

Confidential Project Earns LEED® EBOM Certification

An existing 250,000 ft² commercial class A office building, for which our team provided system validation and air flow measurement, recently received its LEED® EBOM certification.  Our team validated the ventilation system and measured the amount of ventilation air provided to the building through the HVAC systems, in order to verify the building met the minimum ventilation requirements per ASHRAE …

Building EnergetiCx participates in National Engineers Week

As part of National Engineers Week, Shane Nault was able to visit with students at Hopewell High School in Huntersville, North Carolina.  Mr. Nault shared his experiences and the different engineering opportunities available in the sustainable building environment with students in the Principles of Engineering class.  This class is part of the Academy of Engineering program at the high school, …