It is never too early, or too late, to commission your systems
Make sure your systems and equipment are operating the way they are intended.
When energy costs are soaring, outdated or inefficient mechanical and electrical systems simply aren’t going to fly. Whether you are constructing a new building or re-evaluating an existing one, having your mechanical, electrical and life safety systems commissioned will ensure your facilities are operating as they should. You could say it pays to learn more about commissioning and retro-commissioning services.
Our goal is to evaluate your systems to ensure they are operating as designed, replacing any outdated or inefficient components. The best time to focus on optimization is right from the start— before construction plans are finalized. However, it is possible your building is not operating to its full potential, resulting in increased energy and maintenance costs. Wendel’s experts have extensive experience in finding a process that will work for you and your bottom line.
Wendel has achieved re-accreditation through the National Association of Energy Services Companies (NAESCO) as an Energy Service Company (ESCO). Wendel is one of only 19 companies in North America to receive this accreditation. For more than 20 years, Wendel has been providing innovative ideas in energy efficiency to clients looking to reduce current energy and …Read More
Wendel, a nationally recognized design, construction and energy services company (ESCO), is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of Architectural Design Group, LLC (ADG), a leader in architectural design and planning in Wisconsin, to enhance its service offering and market reach in the Midwest United States. ADG’s expertise encompasses healthcare and educational facilities, as well …Read More
This will be the first in a series of articles discussing some of the more recent energy improvement methods available to data center operators. The series is meant to provide the reader with fact based information. It is meant to provide the operators with a basic understanding of the energy conservation measures and where they …Read More