Energy Engineering Analysis Program, Fort McClellan, Alabama, Energy Audit of Noble Army Hospital. Executive Summary.
BENATECH INC ATLANTA GA
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This is the executive summary of an Energy Engineering Analysis Program EEAP Study that was conducted at the Noble Army Hospital, Fort McClellan, Alabama by the firm of BENATECH, INC. Work was begun on the hospital energy audit during November, 1983. The facilities investigated in this EEAP Study include the main hospital building 292 and certain support facilities buildings 1789, 1929, 2290 and 3211. The study was a special EEAP Hospital Energy Audit and indentified I ECIP Project, 3 non-ECiP Projects and 13 Energy Conservation Measures ECMs. A total of 32 ECMs were investigated and 15 were not recommended. The Scope of Work copy included in Appendix A, Volume II for the hospital study required the performance of a comprehensive energy audit and analysis. If all of the 17 recommended projects and measures are implemented, a 2.3 percent reduction in basewide energy consumption would be realized. A four volume report has been prepared that describes in detail the work accomplished during the study. Volume I provides all the descriptive narrative for the report. Volume II contains a copy of the Scope of Work and ECO calculations. Volume III contains field survey data, current criteria, and BLAST printout. Volume IV contains programming documentation that was prepared for submittal to obtain funding on each recommended project.
- Medical Facilities, Equipment and Supplies
- Non-electrical Energy Conversion