City of Baltimore Energy Efficiency Upgrades

The City of Baltimore is committed to improving energy efficiency in government owned buildings and public spaces. As part of the Baltimore Energy Initiative Program, this project was issued to address energy efficiency challenges in selected buildings in the city which have deteriorated over the years.

This project is part of various renovation works at Baltimore’s water filtration plants, the Maryland Zoo and 1200 E. Fayette Street. Scope of the project included energy audits, lighting upgrade, lighting sensor installations and other energy retrofits for 5 facilities across the City. All these projects have generated great energy savings, improved energy security and reduced Green House Gas (GHG) emissions in the City of Baltimore.

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Bowie State University Building System Upgrades

Bowie State University since 1865 has provided higher eduction to students and is one of the 10 oldest universities in Maryland with campus comprising 23 buildings with more than 988,897 square feet (92,000 m²) of space.

RIFE provided building management services to upgrade the outdated security and fire alarm systems for resident halls on the school campus to improve safety and emergency response.

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