America is going green. Everyone from car manufacturers to restaurant owners to the news media is looking for ways to save energy and preserve the environment. The building industry is also making the jump, through eco-conscious products and energy management.
The U.S. Green Building Council recently released the top 10 states in the United States for LEED-certified projects in 2010. The LEED green building certification system is the premier program for the design, construction, operation and maintenance of green buildings. Their objective is to use less energy so LEED-certified buildings will save money for businesses, taxpayers and families, while also reducing greenhouse gas emissions and contributing to the overall health of our environment.
The 2010 rankings were:
- District of Columbia
- New Mexico
- New Hampshire
- South Carolina
Advanced Control Corporation is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council and a green building pioneer in the state of Florida. We participated in the first LEED-certified building in Broward Country—the Broward Community College South Regional Library. Advanced Control Corporation installed the building automation/ energy management system in the 70,000 square foot library. To stay green, we provided direct digital control of the mechanical equipment in the facility, which controls and monitors all of the air handling units, indoor air quality and the chilled water system.
Advanced Control Corporation is committed to do our part in making the state of Florida green. We continue to advance the cause through energy management, reducing energy costs through lighting control, air quality control and staying in compliance with the LEED-certified standard. We have over 20 years of experience in designing, installing and servicing systems that benefit the environment, which has helped reduce the carbon footprint of several thousand buildings in Florida. If you are interested in making your facility green with energy management in Fort Lauderdale, call us today at 954-491-6660.