Accession Number : ADA331049
Title : Energy Saving Opportunities Survey (ESOS), West Point, Volume 1 - Narrative Report.
Corporate Author : JOHNSON (BERNARD) INC BETHESDA MD
PDF Url : ADA331049
Report Date : AUG 1986
Pagination or Media Count : 18
Abstract : In the winter of 1980, the Army Corp of Engineers (COE), Baltimore District, advertised through the Commerce Business Daily for the services of an A/E firm with expertise in performing energy conservation surveys. The services of Bernard Johnson Incorporated (B/I) were retained in May, 1981, under contract number DACA-31-81-C-0112. The purpose of this contract is to investigate a number of buildings, identified within the scope of work, for a set of energy conservation projects and determine their economic feasibility on a life-cycle basis. Notice to proceed for West Point was issued by the Baltimore COE on September 2, 1983. Field surveys began in October of 1983 leading to preliminary submittal in January ,1984. The preliminary report provided the user with the results of the screening analysis of the projects within the scope of work based on the surveys. The Interim report submitted in August 1984 included energy saving and cost analyses representing approximately 70% of the entire effort. This report represents the Pre-Final submittal of West Point Energy Savings Opportunities Survey (ESOS). It is an update of the Interim Report, which incorporates the review comments, as well as, completes over 95% of all saving and cost calculations for the energy conservation options for each building and provides programming documentation. Developed projects have resulted in total annual energy savings of 176,800 MBTU which constitutes nearly 11.3% of the total energy consumption of West Point, at an estimated construction cost of $3,838,000. Implementation of energy conservation options are expected to produce an annual dollar saving on the order of $1,154,000.
Descriptors : *ARMY FACILITIES, *ENERGY CONSERVATION, *ENERGY CONSUMPTION, COST ANALYSIS, BUILDINGS, FEASIBILITY STUDIES, SAVINGS.
Subject Categories : Non-electrical Energy Conversion
Logistics, Military Facilities and Supplies
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE