Childress Klein Properties

Maintenance Made More Efficient at Childress Klein Properties with Flywheel Childress Klein Properties (CKP), one of the leading real estate developers in the Southeastern United States, owns and manages more than 20 million square feet of property in Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. CKP has a longstanding relationship with Flywheel working together to... read more →

Parkway Center

THE CHALLENGE High operating costs and a workforce with limited time and bandwidth to implement conservation opportunities. THE SOLUTION Flywheel provided Continuous Optimization and Energy Master Planning services, using cutting edge data analytics to identify no/low-cost energy saving opportunities. Flywheel predicted a 5-8% energy cost savings, which would have produced a... read more →

Hyatt Hotels Corporation

THE CHALLENGE Hyatt sought to establish a complete operational system to efficiently manage preventive maintenance, improve response time to guest requests, and lower total energy costs in their hotels and resorts. THE GOAL: Hyatt’s corporate responsibility platform, Hyatt Thrive, provides a shared vision and common focus through four pillars: Environmental... read more →

Drexel University

THE CHALLENGE Drexel University sought to address critical energy system needs on the campus without adding to its debt load or affecting its credit. Blue Hill Partners and the Campus Energy Efficiency Fund (CEEF) helped Drexel evaluate financial options ad selected the Managed Energy Services Agreement (MESA®) as the appropriate... read more →

Corporate Office Properties Trust (COPT)

OVERVIEW Transcend Equity, now part of Flywheel, offers a financial mechanism known as MESA® (Managed Energy Service Agreements). MESA® is a way for commercial property owners to make their buildings more energy efficient without financing new capital. This savings model, based on owners paying fixed utility rates in exchange for services – like... read more →

125 Maiden Lane

THE CHALLENGE Accomplish a 30% GHG reduction in a 1958 building with dated building HVAC systems and limited capital resources to implement upgrades. THE BACKGROUND • 320,000 square foot Class B office condominium building • Built in 1958 • Aging physical plant • Dated HVAC systems requiring frequent repairs •... read more →
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