BOND is a proven leader in delivering world class district energy systems. Our depth of knowledge and creative problem-solving are what set us apart from other construction management firms. With extensive higher education, industrial and healthcare experience, we understand the complexities of constructing and operating district energy systems in these environments.
THE FUTURE OF DISTRICT ENERGY
The path to successfully implementing a climate action plan that includes a carbon neutrality goal is not a simple undertaking. The commitment is bold and progressive. The implementation challenges require decisions today that may be impacted by an unknown future. When addressing climate change, its severe weather events and the need to reduce our greenhouse gas footprint can be daunting. One thing is clear about the future: the value of a district energy-based platform as part of the solution will increase in value.
When addressing climate change and site-specific goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, district energy is a platform-based solution. From that platform, the local climate and geographical opportunities can be optimized for the site-specific drivers around operating cost, GHG inventory, and resiliency. BOND’s District Energy Group has integrated the core strengths of our construction management philosophy into years of experience constructing, commissioning, operating and maintaining campus-based district energy systems.
DISTRICT ENERGY SOLUTIONS
We are experienced in all types of projects ranging in size and complexity. These include the construction of new plants and the modification of existing ones. In addition, we are experienced with logistically challenging thermal or power distribution systems. Above all, we take a systematic approach to delivering projects in a mission-critical operating environment as your trusted design builder, EPC contractor, construction manager, or general contractor for the following:
– Chilled Water Distribution
– Comprehensive Central Utility Plants
– Onsite Water Recycling Plants
– Boilers and Ancillary Equipment
– Chillers and Ancillary Equipment
– Combined Heat & Power (CHP)
– CHP Reciprocating Engines
– Combustion Turbines
– Steam Turbines
– Campus Substations
– Steam Distribution
– Hot Water Distribution
– Power Distribution
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Tim Peer, P.E., Vice President, District Energy, 607.592.2198, firstname.lastname@example.org
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