92,000 Tons of Carbon Reduction Per Year.
Millions of Dollars Saved on Energy.
In 2016, IMEC customers will collectively reduce their annual carbon production by 92,000 tons, saving millions of dollars
on energy in the process. The reduced environmental impact and multiplying energy savings continue year after year.
When executives at Freudenberg-NOK’s 6-acre manufacturing plant in Bristol, NH began planning for a massive energy-efficiency project late in 2014, they couldn’t have dreamed of reducing the facility’s carbon footprint by 50% and saving more than $1.1 million per year on energy costs.
Garlock Printing, a leading commercial printer in Gardner, Massachusetts, has tapped IMEC for a major renovation of its press room to improve ventilation and air quality for employees while reducing energy costs.
We have found that Single Accountability is the crucial factor in the smooth sailing of a design/build engineering project.
It seems out of fashion to take responsibility for one’s actions these days. The lack of accountability in today’s society has become an epidemic…
We offer a refreshing contrast by proactively taking comprehensive responsibility for all facets of design-build projects, from start to finish. As many customers have discovered, using multiple firms for different functions is often a recipe for disaster.
In high school, one of my science teachers had a penchant for trying to inspire students with clever quotations. One of his favorite proclamations was that “many a beautiful theory is ruined by one ugly fact.” The actual quotation by the famous biologist Thomas Huxley gets to a crucial point that most engineers miss. Applying the following scientific process immeasurably improves the creativity and results of engineered systems.
Collecting Data Before and After a Project Will Validate Your Process and Provide Utility Companies with Modeling for Rebate Incentives. Accurate pre-metering provides a baseline model of the efficiency of existing systems and helps to project potential efficiency gains resulting from future improvements.