Case Study

Stanford University Medical Center

Energy and Sustainability Plan

In this project, Salas O’Brien helped create a long-term energy conservation and sustainability plan for the hospital and clinics at the Stanford University Medical Center. Before the commencement of this project, the Medical Center’s utility costs exceeded $14,000,000 annually. Realizing that both the drain on the university’s resources and the negative environmental impact of this consumption was unsustainable, Stanford leadership brought in Salas O’Brien to remedy the issue.

After performing a phase 1 energy and sustainability analysis, our engineering experts recommended sustainability projects totaling over $7,000,000 with over $500,000 in claimed incentives. The Salas O’Brien team identified 18 projects as critical in the analysis stage, and then worked with the Stanford Medical Center to implement them. These critical projects increased both maintenance and energy management efficiency while providing a reasonable return on investment—effectively alleviating the drain on the university finances at the same time as decreasing negative environmental impact.

Highlights

Location:
Stanford, California

Project Size:
1,707,837 Square Feet

Discipline:
Energy

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