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JCI general SOQ for Nike pilot project JCI general SOQ for Nike pilot project Presentation Transcript

  • Johnson Controls
    Nike - Tennessee Pilot Project
    (Energy & Operational Retrofit)
  • Johnson ControlsValues
    Integrity
    Customer Satisfaction
    Employee Engagement
    Innovation
    Sustainability
    Quality
    Shareholder
    Value
    Customer Satisfaction
    Continuous Improvement
    Innovation
    Sustainability
    Employee Engagement & Leader Development
    Integrity
    Global Growth
  • Recognized World Leader
    Leadership
    Growth
    Sustainability
    Diversity
  • Building Efficiency Snapshot
    Largest global supplier of commercial building services,
    HVAC&R equipment, building control systems
    1 million+ customers
    637 branches globally
    58,000+ Building Efficiency employees globally
    30+ manufacturing / distribution sites
    World’s largest Global WorkPlace Solutions provider managing over 1.5 billion sq. ft. of corporate real estate
    #1 energy services contractor
    Over $5 Billion in outstanding energy guarantees
  • Building Efficiency Business
    Industrial
    Refrigeration
    Global WorkPlace
    Energy Solutions
    Service
    Systems
    • Controls
    • HVAC Mechanical
    • Security & Fire
    • Systems Integration
    • Residential & Light Commercial
    • Portfolio Based
    • Lifecycle Philosophy
    • Align BusinessObjectives to Corporate Real Estate
    • Commercial
    • Industrial
    • Navy and Marine
    • Snow
    • Energy Solutions(including PC and ESPC)
    • Renewables
    • Infrastructure Renewal
    • Controls/BAS Service
    • Mechanical Services
    • Operations & Maintenance
  • Market Trends
  • Why does sustainability matter to the private sector?
    Enhance Brand &
    Goodwill
    Customers
    Cost Management
    Customers Asking,
    Gov’t Mandating
    Green Suppliers
    Rising Energy & Resource Spend
    Global
    1000
    Firms
    Competitors
    Using Sustainability
    to Differentiate,
    Cut Costs, Underprice
    Threat of Regulatory/Legal Cost Burdens
    Investors View ESG
    Factors as Long-Term
    Performance Indicators
    Talented Workforce
    Wants to Make
    Sustainability Impact
    Shareholders
    Employees
    7
  • Offerings for Corporate and Commercial Real Estate
    8
    Enterprise Sustainability Roadmap
    We provide the definition and execution of
    profit-based sustainability plans on a global scale.
  • The Energy/Operational Retrofit Process
    Planning: Identify goals & needs (1 week)
    Customer discussions to agree upon process and desired outcomes
    Dismiss opportunity
    Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)
    Preliminary Analysis (3 - 5 weeks):
    Data provided by customer and base audits to develop order of magnitude assessment
    Product Development Agreement (PDA)
    Dismiss project
    Investment Grade Audit (12 - 16 weeks)
    Sophisticated analysis to gather data , develop custom solution, identify financing
    Financing Solution Contract
    Fixed Price Contract with Volumetric Energy Savings Guarantee
    Pay fee for investment grade audit
    Execute
    Improvements such as:
    Controls, Air Flow Mgmt, HVAC, Power Distribution, Lighting, Monitoring & Analytics, Facility Management Services, ReCommissioning, Renewable Energy, Water Efficiency, M&V
    Achieve Certifications
    Lower Utilities Expenditure
    Reduce Emissions
    Enhance Brand
    Avoid/Defer
    Capex
    Reduce O&M Costs
    Make customer more competitive (+ measure & verify the impact)
  • Warehouse Experience (Retrofit and Operations Programs)
    Manage over 1 Billion Square Feet of Space
    Large portion of it is warehouse space
    Maintenance and RTU optimization programs
    JCI has 300 Manufacturing Facilities all with Warehouse space
    Building stock included for Carbon reduction commitment
    We have extensive knowledge regarding Retail/Manufacturing Warehouse Refrigeration
    Agreements with Organizations with major warehousing space:
    Agilent
    Eastman Kodak
    P and G
    Walmart
    JC Penny
    Others
  • Warehouse Retrofit Offerings
    Integrated Solar Roofs
    Task and Spot Lighting
    Personal Environments Modules
    Dock Optimization
    Solar Curtains
    Radiant Heating
    Fork Lift Conversion
    Solar Thermal and PV
    Roof Top Conversion
    Over Head Bay Doors
    Occupancy Control
    Building Automation
    Wireless Communication Systems
    We know what it means to back up a Truck to a Dock
  • Focused on Solving your Challenges
    Reducing costs
    Optimizing energy costs and reliability
    Providing sustainable environments
    Infrastructure renewal
    Ensuring efficiency and comfort in buildings
    Integrating technologies, products & services
    Committed to delivering results anywhere in the world where you do business
  • Next Steps
    Complete Memorandum of Understanding – alignment of objectives specific to Tennessee sites
    Schedule site visits
    Provide/obtain site specific data 2 weeks prior to visit
    Schedule Preliminary Audit report findings meeting
    Committed to delivering results anywhere in the world where you do business