ABM to Have Film Installed on SoCal’s Federal BuildingsOctober 21st, 2015 by Casey Flores
New York-based facility solutions provider ABM has signed a contract with the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) to begin a second phase of extensive energy and facility improvements to federal buildings throughout Southern California—including window film.
The Edward R. Roybal Federal Building in Los Angeles; U.S. Social Security Building in Huntington Park; the 300 North Los Angeles (NLA) Building; the Glenn M. Anderson Federal Building in Long Beach; and the Ronald Reagan Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse in Santa Ana will all receive these improvements.
ABM’s Bundled Energy Solutions program guarantees savings of at least $48.4 million in energy and operating costs over the next 20 years through its long-term financing solution and claims to it will reduce the buildings’ energy use by 38 percent.
This customized solution for GSA includes 54 energy conservation measures across the buildings including installing solar control window film, replacing and retro commissioning heating and cooling equipment with state-of-the-art systems and upgrading building automation controls to regulate energy usage, among other things.