Energy Surveys of Army Hospitals, Energy Engineering Analysis Program, Darnall Army Community Hospital, Fort Hood, Texas. Executive Summary
CHILTON ENGINEERING RENO NV
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This document is the Executive Summary of the Final Report of the Energy Surveys of Army Hospitals Energy Engineering Analysis Program for Darnall Army Community Hospital, and related medical facility, Building 36001, Fort Hood, Texas. This report is prepared under Contract No. DACA63-84-C-0135 Modification P00001, between the Department of the Army Fort Worth District, Corps of Engineers, and Chilton Engineering, Chartered. This project has been executed as a part of the Department of the Armys Energy Engineering Analysis Program EEAP. The overall objective of this project is to develop a systematic plan of projects that will result in the reduction of energy consumption in compliance with the objectives set forth in the Army Facilities Energy Plan AFEP, without decreasing the readiness posture of the Army. The project evaluations contained herein are performed in accordance with the Energy Conservation Investment Program ECIP Guidance, described in the letter from DAEN-ZCF-U, 4 March 1985 5. The Scope of Work, HNDED-PMME, dated 1 September, 1984 1, is used extensively in performing this study and is presented in Appendix C of the Main Report. The study methodology is segmented into three phases of work. Phase I consists of data collection and field inspection of Darnall Army Community Hospital and Building No. 36001 facilities, plans, and records. Phase I also involves the identification of potential energy conservation projects. Phase II consists of accomplishing sufficient analysis to develop a list of potential Energy Conservation Opportunities ECOs based upon preliminary evaluations. Phase III involves preparing the appropriate programming documentation.
- Medical Facilities, Equipment and Supplies
- Non-electrical Energy Conversion