When buildings undergo a deep energy retrofit, there are a range of systems that must be evaluated and integrated in order to improve building operations as a whole. In the case of Roosevelt Landings, a 1000+ unit complex on Roosevelt Island, this undertaking entailed millions of dollars of energy retrofits, including window and boiler replacements, submeter installations, and the addition of an on-site co-generation system.
At this lecture, participants will hear from the owner and project engineer, who will discuss the various challenges and successes of Roosevelt Landings, the largest air-sealing project in New York City. Speakers will also explore the benefits of installing a combined heat and power system, the acquisition and administration of combined funding sources, and the integration of Local Law 87 into the process.
Dave Davenport | Managing Principal, Urban Greenfit, LLC.
Urban Greenfit, LLC (UGF) is an energy service company working with building owners in NYC to finance, develop and operate energy efficiency and onsite power generation in existing multifamily housing. Dave has completed over $14 million in energy retrofits in 2,700 apartments in multifamily buildings in NYC.
Grant Salmon | Senior Energy Consultant, Steven Winter Associates
Grant has audited, retro-commissioned, and performed energy analyses on over 7,000 units and 10M square feet of multifamily, hospitality, and mixed-use properties. Among other things, Grant’s responsibilities include managing projects to comply with NYC Local Law 87, performing IAQ evaluations, and building-science driven research projects.
Nicole Ceci | Energy Engineer, Steven Winter Associates
Nicole’s building science experience includes energy auditing, design implementation, cogeneration feasibility evaluation, portfolio-level and city-wide data analyses on building performance, and retrocommissioning. She is an engineer in the Multifamily Group at Steven Winter Associates, assisting existing building and new construction clients to meet energy savings goals.