Energy Efficiency in Government Facilities


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McKenney’s, Inc. specializes in innovative, turnkey solutions for energy-consuming systems in military bases, government office buildings, correctional facilities, VA hospitals and many other types of facilities. For more info visit

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Energy Efficiency in Government Facilities

  1. 1. Government Facilities
  2. 2. To comply with mandates, federal government facilities must reduceenergy consumption, improve efficiency while maintaining highproductivity, use less fossil fuels and do it all with fewer resources.We specialize in innovative, turnkey solutions for energy-consumingsystems in military bases, government office buildings, correctionalfacilities, VA hospitals and many other types of facilities.
  3. 3. Calling on years of experience as a full-servicemechanical contractor, McKenney’s deliversturnkey design-build services for projectsacross the Southeast, including energy audits,RCx, design and construction, buildingautomation and metering, and service andmaintenance for both renovation and newconstruction.In every case, our customers can expectproven analytical, auditing and RCx expertisealong with superior engineering and BIMcapabilities.We provide quality construction at competitivecosts and a deep understanding of complexcontracting vehicles.
  4. 4. McKenney’s can serve as a primeContractor or specialty subcontractor.With our financial and bonding strengths,we can lead large, complex projects. Ourprimary contracting vehicle is our SBAapproved mentor-protégé relationship withWillis Mechanical, a female andminority-owned 8(a) business enterprise. McKenney’s is also listed as a GSASchedule holder for SIN codes in HVAC service and maintenance, smartbuilding controls integration, commissioning and retro-commissioning andenergy auditing. Plus, we have access to other multi-year contracts throughcorporate partners. For any energy improvement project, McKenney’s canprovide a turnkey solution including a contract vehicle.
  5. 5. McKenney’s Government Facilities division is uniquely positioned tooffer turnkey services for energy-driven projects, whether you are inthe data collection, design, construction or M&V phase of your EnergyManagement Program. We provide systems that perform reliably,creating a safe, comfortable and energy-efficient environment thatsupports your facility’s mission.
  6. 6. We analyze, design, fabricate and construct these systems through fourcore services: RETRO-COMMISSIONING AND ENERGY AUDITS We measure currentenergy usage and identify specific upgrades to improve efficiency andreduce operating costs. Our skilled service technicians often deliverimmediate energy savings through simple adjustments and minor repairsmade during RCx. Properly executed RCx also helps prioritize howrepair/upgrade budgets can be spent to maximize resources and efficiency. CONTROLS, BUILDING AUTOMATION AND SECURITY McKenney’s installsintegrated DDC controls for automating a variety of mechanical systems.We have experience installing advanced metering systems to support yourneed for reliable information. We also design and install custom-integratedplatforms including user-friendly dashboards for energy tracking andreporting, building automation and CCTV security systems.
  7. 7. TURNKEY DESIGN-BUILD NEW CONSTRUCTION/RENOVATION Dedicatedin-house design-build teams work with owners, facility operators andmaintenance staff to provide turnkey solutions that maximize energyefficiency and support net-zero goals for energy reduction. Our expertisewith BIM, pre-fabrication and pre-assembly allows us to deliver high-quality systems faster, for less. We also have experience with the designand construction of rainwater harvesting, landfill gas, biomass, heatrecovery and other energy-efficient systems. LONG-TERM SERVICES We can create a predictive maintenance plan forcritical equipment that maintains uptime with minimal site visits.Additional offerings include guaranteed performance at a fixed annual rateand emergency technical support.
  8. 8. Supporting our full-service, turnkey approach are extensive in-houseresources, including engineering and design, Building InformationModeling (BIM), fabrication, installation of mechanical systems,commissioning, ongoing service and support, and automation andcontrols.
  9. 9. Conceptual estimating is another unique skill we bring to every engagement. Our ability to accurately determine cost based on limited initial information helps prioritize needs and allows for more informed deci-sions and targeted investments. Using a combination of skill and experience, we create conceptual estimates that help clarify and quantify the scope and costs of work. McKenney’s Government Facilities is dedicated to ensuring the success of yourfacility’s mission by supporting day-to-day operations. We emphasize goodsteward- ship of your time, budget and other valuable resources. This focusextends far beyond any single project. We are intent on earning your trust,building strong and lasting relationships, working hard to understand yourchanging needs and providing quality construction services on time and withinbudget.
  10. 10. McKenney’s can act as prime or keyspecialty subcontractor and canprovide access to a wide range ofcontract vehicles to design and buildhigh-quality, energy-efficientmechanical systems for: DoD and civilian agency installations Courthouses and municipal buildings Correctional facilities High-security facilities Hospitals and related facilities Labs, clean rooms and training facilities
  11. 11. Examples of recent McKenney’s Government Facilitiesprojects include:CDC Building 24, Building 110 and Fort Stewart 5th IBCT Dining Facility –Central Plant – Hinesville, GeorgiaAtlanta, Georgia Sam Nunn Cooling Tower Renovation –MLK Building, Phase I, III – Atlanta, GeorgiaAtlanta, Georgia Marine Corps Logistics Base BuildingsBuilding 89, Warner Robins 1220, 1241, 1341 – Albany, GeorgiaAir Logistics Center – Dobbins AFB Building 801 –Warner Robins, Georgia Marietta, GeorgiaFort Benning Training Alabama Department of CorrectionsSupport Brigade Complex II – Bio Mass Boiler –Columbus, Georgia Bulloch County, AlabamaFort Jackson Starship 11000/12000 Seminole Road LandfillRenovations – Columbia, South Gas Treatment Facility –Carolina Dekalb County, Georgia
  12. 12. Atlanta Office: 1056 Moreland Industrial Boulevard Atlanta, Georgia 30316 P: 404-622-5000Charlotte Office: 3601 Performance Road Charlotte, North Carolina 28214 P: 704-357-1200