Increment 'F' and Energy Savings Opportunity Survey (ESOS) of the Energy Engineering Analysis Program, 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 Increment F and the Energy Savings Opportunity Survey ESOS for Fort Hood, Texas prepared under Contract No. DACA63-84-C-O135 between the U.S. Army Engineer District, Fort Worth, 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 reevaluate selected projects from previous studies, to evaluate specific new projects, and to develop No CostLow Cost maintenance and repair type projects that will reduce energy consumption in compliance with the Army Facilities Energy Plan AFEP. The Energy Conservation Investment Program ECIP Guidance, described in the letter from DAEN-ZCF-U, 4 March 1985 2 established criteria for ECIP projects and is utilized for performing the economic analyses of all Energy Conservation Opportunities ECOs and projects. Construction cost escalation to Program Year FY 1988 for OD Form 1391 submission is calculated using the guidelines contained in AR 415-17 and the latest applicable edition of the Engineer Improvement Recommendation System EIRS bulletin, which updates the Tri-Service MCP Index 3. The 11 General Scope of Work GSOW for an Energy Savings Opportunity Survey ESOS, HNDED-PMME, dated 12 March 1984, revised 10 July 1984 1, is used extensively in performing this study and is presented in Appendix C. This appendix also contains the Detailed Scope of Work DSOW 1 and the Prenegotiation Conference Minutes which define the specific projects and buildings addressed in this study, as well as presenting the overall study methodology.
- Non-electrical Energy Conversion
- Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies