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HVAC RELIABILITY IMPROVEMENTS & REDUCING ENERGY EXPENSES

Updated: Jan 29, 2021


Berkeley County Council | Dunn Building Martinsburg, WV

Contributing Re.engineer:

Boland | Commercial HVAC systems, services, and building energy solutions provider in the DC metro area


Challenge:

The Berkeley County Council Dunn Building is a 100,987sq. ft. facility, located in Martinsburg, WV. This historic building was previously a 1920’s woolen mill, a 1980’s outlet mall, and a 1990’s community and technical college. Today, it houses all of the following departments for the county: County Council Executive Office Suite, Planning, Engineering and Inspections, Fireboard, Ambulance Authority, Extension Office, Sheriff’s Tax Office, Information Technology, County Clerk Voters Registration, and Recovery Resource Center.


In 2019, the County Council was challenged with improving reliability of the HVAC system as well as reducing energy expenses and improving the Energy Star rating of the building. In addition, it is the charge of the County to use technology and creative solutions to meet the needs of County resident while being good stewards of the County’s tax dollars and setting an example for West Virginia.


Solution:

To meet the challenges described above. Boland engineered and implemented the following solution: