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    • Drivers for Building Life Cycle Integrations
    • Jim Sinopoli
  • What Are The Costs And Economics Of A Smart Building?
  • What Do These Building Technology Systems Have In Common?
    • Network Cabling
    • Cable Pathways
    • Communications Protocols Or Rules
    • System Databases
    • System Administration And Management Workstations
    • Power
    • Equipment Room Space
    • Web Access
  • Reduces CAPEX
      • Lowers cost of construction (single network vs. multiple networks)
      • Reduces commissioning time
      • Examples:
        • Management hardware and software, network upgrades, web services and reductions in devices - 56% Less
        • Cable and cable pathway installation cost -16% Less
  • Reduces OPEX
      • Reduces operational costs, improves management of building systems, effectively centralizes management
        • Monitor and forecast energy consumption
        • Intelligent heating, lighting, cooling reduces costs
        • Improves asset management & tracking
        • Improves staff productivity (maintenance, facilities, security)
        • Enables centralized management of distributed portfolio (Facilities and Security Operations Centre)
        • Automated work scheduling, billing, help desk – integrates with back office Finance, HR, Admin, etc.
  • OPEX Savings Examples
    • Service contracts, additions and remodeling, software upgrades and reserves for systems replacement - 32% Less
    • Annual savings for maintenance, repair and replacement - $0.20 per sq. ft
    • Staff training, increased staff efficiency, IT support, and management reporting - 82% Less
    • Integrated lighting and HVAC, improved load factor, coordinated supply and demand strategies - 10% Less
    • Cable and cable pathway cost for addressing moves, adds and changes - 39% Less
  • CAPEX and OPEX for Traditional Systems $1,628,239 $23,547,337 TOTALS $30,000 $300,000 Nurse Call $54,000 $450,000 Interbuilding, VOIP Core, NOC, Firewalls $20,000 $200,000 Facility & Maintenance Manage.Systems $4,000 $50,000 Electric Power Management Systems $3,200 $40,000 Firefighter’s Command Center   $6,619,805 Structured Telecom Cabling $242,726 $3,034,077 Fire Alarm System $35,306 $441,320 Lighting Control System $242,726 $3,034,077 Building Automation System $39,719 $496,485 RFID System $39,719 $330,990 Wireless Access Points $143,429 $1,434,291 Video Surveillance Security System $105,917 $1,323,961 Access Control Security System $132,396 $1,103,301 Audio/Visual Systems $137,913 $1,379,126 Video Distribution System $397,188 $3,309,902 Data Network and VOIP System OPEX CAPEX SYSTEM
  • Capex Savings
  • Opex Savings
  • Lifecycle Costs OPERATING COSTS ASSUME TO INCREASE 5% PER YEAR Savings Per SF over 10 years = $5.41