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The Pathway to Building Performance


Performance contractors know that successful “paid for out of energy savings” projects depend on solid ECM development and safe, sustainable, high-quality project implementation. With over $50 million in successful ECM implementations, McKenney’s Building Performance Solutions has the experience and resources required to reduce risk during your next ESPC project’s development and implementation.


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Delivering Turnkey Energy Savings

Delivering-Turnkey-Energy-Savings-USDA-AthensMcKenney’s replaced a deaerator and vacuum pump to help increase energy efficiency at a USDA facility in Athens, Georgia.


The Challenge

Because it was required for various agency processes, the steam delivery system could not be shut down. The new deaerator needed to be operational before the existing unit could be removed. The penthouse where the vacuum pump was located had very limited access, and no system interruptions were allowed.


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Building Performance Solutions at McKenney’s

BPS-blog-picTo better represent the types of services being provided and the customers being served, the McKenney’s Government Facilities team has changed its name. Now called Building Performance Solutions, the new name reflects the team’s focus on customers developing and implementing “paid for out

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of energy savings” projects and will better communicate the services and value we bring to those important customers.


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Taking Steps Towards Bringing Green Banks to the Southeast

BPS-blog-picIf someone asked you what you could do to support bringing Green Banks to the Southeast, how would you respond? The Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance (SEEA) decided to take a proactive approach to this ground breaking idea of Green Banks by inviting Bryan Garcia, President and CEO at Connecticut Green Bank, and Jeff Hughes the Director of Environmental Financial Center at UNC Chapel Hill as speakers to their member breakfast that was held at McKenney’s.


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