Grossmont Medical Plaza

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Description

Connected Commissioning for Sleep Center Air Handler Units (AHUs)

Not Started

FY 2025

$4,700

$90,000

19.1

Connected commissioning optimizes building performance, reduces operating and maintenance costs and extends equipment lifetimes. As a result of the energy audit, high priority lighting, automation/controls and heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC)-related ECMs are recommended for implementation through a packaged connected commissioning project delivery. In most cases, the building automation system will be used to collect and analyze on-going performance data, identify new trends and ensure persistent savings from previously-implemented ECMs.

Perform connected commissioning of Sleep Center air handler units (AHUs) with a focus on optimizing automated control sequences through programming and control device upgrades to achieve the following energy conservation measure outcomes. The connected commissioning process includes follow up investigation, controls upgrade specifications and sequences, coordination with installing contractor(s), and optimized control sequences validations. Control specifications and optimized sequences of operation will also be provided for all budgeted HVAC unit replacements.


Recommendation: 

Two York rooftop units (RTUs) serve the Sleep Center with overridden controls programming. Update existing programming with optimized sequences such as setpoint resets & economizer updates and release all overrides.