Applied Mechanical Corporation on August 25 announced the launch of their new Facility Environmental Performance division. The new service offerings are designed to optimize the performance of the environmental systems in facilities of all types: industrial buildings, hospitals, schools and commercial buildings. Building owners and managers will typically see immediate results in terms of lower energy expenses, reduced operating and maintenance costs, longer asset life and fewer equipment breakdowns. Building occupants will experience higher indoor air quality and improved comfort levels.
This green initiative will lower the facility's carbon footprint with savings in energy consumption of up to 25 percent. A complete payback usually takes a few months, followed by years of ongoing savings.
Applied Mechanical's CEO, Kelly McAndrew, said, "Applied Mechanical has a reputation for being the experts that people count on. That's the core of our corporate culture. Now we are bringing that same philosophy and expertise to optimizing the performance of environmental systems in commercial and industrial facilities. We believe that the benefits to our customers will be immediate and significant and that these services will have a positive impact on the environment by helping to conserve our natural resources for current and future generations."
Applied Mechanical's new Facility Environmental Performance division is an ideal complement to its existing business units which include: Cleanroom Performance Services, Construction Management Services, Semiconductor Equipment Services, Quality Assurance/Quality Control Services, and Capital Equipment Relocation Services.
About Applied Mechanical
Applied Mechanical (http://www.appliedmech.com/ ) is based in Austin, Texas, and Dublin, Ireland. With nearly 300 employees, they are the largest privately owned provider of outsource technical, engineering and project management services. The company's six business units address the entire spectrum of service needs of industrial and commercial facilities. These include: cleanroom services, QA/QC testing of chemical and gas delivery systems, construction management and project management, semiconductor equipment services, and capital equipment relocation services.
About Facility Environmental Performance
Facility Environmental Performance (http://www.am-fep.com/) services range from the test and balance of basic HVAC systems all the way to the NEBB certified testing of Class 1 cleanrooms. The test standards and protocols employed include: NEBB, ASHRAE, NFP, ANSI, NSF, IEST, USP-797 and ITRS.