Statewide Energy Audit - Georgia Army National Guard
For the Georgia Army National Guard, Pond provided facility condition assessment services for 57 facilities totaling 947,139 square feet throughout the State of Georgia. Pond’s assessment team conducted detailed condition assessment of the identified facilities and associated systems and reviewed all available utility information. In addition, the assessment consisted of investigating and identifying facility improvement projects in each of the following areas:
- Renewable Energy Projects
- Building Envelopes
- Water Conservation Projects
Ultimately, Pond provided a planning document identifying the projects based on each of the projects return on investment.
The established ECMs are organized and categorized in the following manner:
- Steam & Condensate Systems
- Boiler Plant Modifications
- Heating, Ventilating & Air Conditioning
- Lighting Systems
- Energy Recovery Systems
- Electrical Energy Systems
- Renewable Energy Systems
- Facility Energy Improvements
- Water Conservation
ATLANTA – (October 12, 2022) – Pond, a progressive, full-service engineering, architecture, and planning company, is expanding its Federal Program with the addition of Craig Rezac, Colonel (Ret.) as National Guard Client Account Manager. “Craig brings a strategic...
ATLANTA – (9.25.20) – Pond welcomes Bob Ruch, US Army Colonel (retired) as Executive Vice President for Defense and Federal. With over 30 years of military experience and leadership, he will oversee Pond’s support to the Army, Navy, Air Force, and National Guard as...