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The Value of Building Energy Audit Accuracy for Defining Effective Energy Efficient Measures.

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Title: The Value of Building Energy Audit Accuracy for Defining Effective Energy Efficient Measures.
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Creator: Stephany, Dustin J
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Abstract: Buildings are responsible for 70% of the United States? electricity consumption and approximately 40% of the total U.S. energy consumption. Over the past decade, the increasing cost of energy has caused businesses to rearrange their budgets in order to perform the same functions. Efforts in reducing energy costs through Energy Efficiency Measures (EEMs) are common in the building industry, however, the range of approaches for identifying these EEMs vary depending on available funds. It is common for these businesses to invest little to reduce energy costs. The intent of this study is to compare two separately conducted energy audits and determine which one provides an effective list of EEMs to reduce the overall building operating energy costs. Using Rinker Hall as a case study building, comparisons were made between a general walkthrough energy audit and a detailed energy audit (ASHRAE level II). These audits were transformed into inputs for a dynamic energy simulation tool. Both energy models are validated with the existing energy consumption values to determine which accurately projects actual building performance. In addition, EEMs identified during the energy audit are then modeled to determine potential energy savings over existing building operation. The additional costs associated with implementing these EEMs are also considered to determine which audit process provides the best value for reducing energy costs. The research concluded that a detailed energy audit would aid in gathering better data inputs for energy modeling purposes. Such an approach would provide effective EEMs that, in addition to energy cost reduction, can also offset the cost of investing in that extra effort
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Thesis: Thesis (M.S.B.C.)--University of Florida, 2011.
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Local: Co-adviser: Srinivasan, Ravi.

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Title: The Value of Building Energy Audit Accuracy for Defining Effective Energy Efficient Measures.
Physical Description: 1 online resource (308 p.)
Language: english
Creator: Stephany, Dustin J
Publisher: University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
Publication Date: 2011

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Subjects / Keywords: audit -- calibration -- energy -- modeling
Building Construction -- Dissertations, Academic -- UF
Genre: Building Construction thesis, M.S.B.C.
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Abstract: Buildings are responsible for 70% of the United States? electricity consumption and approximately 40% of the total U.S. energy consumption. Over the past decade, the increasing cost of energy has caused businesses to rearrange their budgets in order to perform the same functions. Efforts in reducing energy costs through Energy Efficiency Measures (EEMs) are common in the building industry, however, the range of approaches for identifying these EEMs vary depending on available funds. It is common for these businesses to invest little to reduce energy costs. The intent of this study is to compare two separately conducted energy audits and determine which one provides an effective list of EEMs to reduce the overall building operating energy costs. Using Rinker Hall as a case study building, comparisons were made between a general walkthrough energy audit and a detailed energy audit (ASHRAE level II). These audits were transformed into inputs for a dynamic energy simulation tool. Both energy models are validated with the existing energy consumption values to determine which accurately projects actual building performance. In addition, EEMs identified during the energy audit are then modeled to determine potential energy savings over existing building operation. The additional costs associated with implementing these EEMs are also considered to determine which audit process provides the best value for reducing energy costs. The research concluded that a detailed energy audit would aid in gathering better data inputs for energy modeling purposes. Such an approach would provide effective EEMs that, in addition to energy cost reduction, can also offset the cost of investing in that extra effort
General Note: In the series University of Florida Digital Collections.
General Note: Includes vita.
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references.
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Statement of Responsibility: by Dustin J Stephany.
Thesis: Thesis (M.S.B.C.)--University of Florida, 2011.
Local: Adviser: Kibert, Charles J.
Local: Co-adviser: Srinivasan, Ravi.

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1 THE VALUE OF BUILDING ENERGY AUDIT ACCURACY FOR DEFINING EFFECTIVE ENERGY EFFICIENT MEASURES By DUSTIN STEPHANY A THESIS PRESENTED TO THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE IN BUILDING CONSTRUCTION UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA 2011

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2 2011 Dustin Stephany

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3 To the future seven generations of this world, m ay we all take responsibility for our actions and not be persuaded by artificial happiness. To my brothers from the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin, she k. To Haudenosaunee and other great nations of North America, s pread enjoyment and hold the power of the C reator in your soul.

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4 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This thesis could not have come together without the support from many people. I would like to thank my committee members Dr. Ravi Srinivasan, Dr. Charles Kibert and Dr. Robert Ries who worked with me to refine my study so that it is clear and concise. They were supportive by being available and answering every question that I had throughout my work. This research could not have been completed without the assistance of John Lawson with the University of Floridas P hysical Plant Division. Mr. Lawson spent time with me answering questions on how Rinker Hall is monitored and maintained while also sharing his philosophy on American energy consumption. He has been very patient and eager to help. The support from Sarah Thompson is very important to me in that she helped with proof reading my work. In addition, her encouragement made the experience positive and enjoyable during these summer months. Without her efforts, this report would not be nearly as good as it is. Oneida Tribe of Wisconsin Indians Higher Education Department has been the crutch of my education. Their financial support has allowed me to benefit with high quality education and advise for developing a superior start to my early career. I also would like to thank my family and friends for their support in helping me become to the person that I am today. Their encouragement has allowed me to shoot high with my dreams and live life to the fullest. Thank you to all!

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5 TABLE OF CONTENTS page ACKNOWLEDGMENTS .................................................................................................. 4 LIST OF TABLES ............................................................................................................ 9 LIST OF FIGURES ........................................................................................................ 10 LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS ........................................................................................... 13 ABSTRACT ................................................................................................................... 15 CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................... 17 Problem Statement ................................................................................................. 18 Research Objectives ............................................................................................... 19 Significance ............................................................................................................ 19 Limitations ............................................................................................................... 20 2 LITERATURE REVIEW .......................................................................................... 21 History of Energy Auditing ...................................................................................... 21 Building Energy Audit Protocols .............................................................................. 22 ASHRAE 14 2002 ............................................................................................ 22 Benchmark / prelim inary audit level 0 ..................................................... 22 Walkthrough audit level I ......................................................................... 23 Energy survey and analysis level II ......................................................... 24 Detailed audit level III .............................................................................. 24 IPMVP Energy Analysis Techniques ................................................................ 25 Option A retrofit isolation: key parameter measurement ......................... 26 Option B retrofit isolation: all param eter measurement ........................... 26 Option C whole facility ............................................................................ 26 Option D calibrated simulation ................................................................ 27 FEMP ............................................................................................................... 27 ASHRAE Procedures for Commercial Building Energy Audits ......................... 27 Preliminary energy use analysis ................................................................ 27 Walk through data ...................................................................................... 28 Building and s ystems report ....................................................................... 28 Energy analysis summary and recommendations ...................................... 28 Measurement Devices Used in Energy Audits ........................................................ 28 Energy Analysis Tools For Energy Audits ............................................................... 29 Ratio Based Methods ....................................................................................... 30 Inverse Meth ods ............................................................................................... 30 Forward Methods ............................................................................................. 31

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6 Degree day methods .................................................................................. 31 Bin methods ............................................................................................... 31 Simulation software .................................................................................... 32 History of Building Energy Simulation ..................................................................... 32 Types of Building Energy Simulation Algorithms .................................................... 34 DOE2 .............................................................................................................. 34 Building L oads Analysis and Systems Thermodynamics (BLAST) ................... 35 EnergyPlus ................................................................................................... 35 HAP (1.17 or 3.05) ........................................................................................... 36 TRNSYS ........................................................................................................... 36 Model Calibration .................................................................................................... 36 Energy Efficient Measures (EEMs) ......................................................................... 38 Importance of Commissioning ................................................................................ 40 Re Commissioning ........................................................................................... 40 Retro Commissioning ....................................................................................... 40 Continuous Commissioning .............................................................................. 41 Energy Management Control Systems ................................................................... 41 3 METHODOLOGY ................................................................................................... 46 Data Acquisition ...................................................................................................... 47 Preliminary Analysis ................................................................................................ 47 On Site Building Assessment ................................................................................. 48 Building Energy Model ............................................................................................ 49 Model Calibration .................................................................................................... 50 Benchmark Model ................................................................................................... 50 EEM and Parametric Models .................................................................................. 50 Analysis and Prioritization ....................................................................................... 51 4 RESULTS ............................................................................................................... 53 Data Acquisition ...................................................................................................... 53 Preliminary Analysis ................................................................................................ 53 On Site Building Assessment ................................................................................. 57 Building Energy Model ............................................................................................ 59 Model Calibration .................................................................................................... 59 Benchmark Model ................................................................................................... 60 EEM Parametric R uns ............................................................................................ 60 Analysis & Prioritization .......................................................................................... 63 5 CONCLUSION ........................................................................................................ 71 APPENDIX A MODELING LIST OF ASSUMPTIONS ................................................................... 72 B BUILDING CONSUMPTION UTILITIES ................................................................. 74

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7 C CLASSROOM OCCUPANCY SCHEDULE ............................................................. 76 D EXISTING BUILDING ENERGY BREAKDOWN ..................................................... 81 E CALCULATED ENERGY EFFICIENT MEASURES ............................................... 82 F CONVERSION FORMULAS ................................................................................... 91 G RINKER GENERAL INFORMATION ...................................................................... 92 H CLIMATIC DATA AND ANALYSIS ......................................................................... 94 I CO MPARISON OF BUILDING SCHEDULES BY APPROACH .............................. 97 J BUILDING SHELL u VALUE CALCULATIONS .................................................... 101 K BLCC DETAILED REPORT .................................................................................. 103 L RINKER LIGHTING SCHEDULE .......................................................................... 115 M RINKER WORK ORDERS .................................................................................... 126 N NET BENEFITS / NET SAVINGS EQUATIONS ................................................... 191 O BASELINE ENERGY CATALOG .......................................................................... 192 P ENERGY AUDIT COMPARSIONS ....................................................................... 193 Q ENERGY AUDIT CALIBRATION .......................................................................... 199 R RINKER CONSTRUCTION PLANS ...................................................................... 207 S RINKER RETROFIT PROJECTS ......................................................................... 221 T REFRIGERATOR INFORMATION ....................................................................... 222 U PICTURES OF APPROACH #2 DETAILED ENERGY AUDIT ............................. 224 V RINKER CHILLED WATER ANALYSIS DURING APPROACH #2 ....................... 229 W EQUEST MODEL ................................................................................................. 259 X AUDIT QUESTIONS ............................................................................................. 260 Y PV CALCULATION ............................................................................................... 265 Z POWER POINT PRESENTATION........................................................................ 267 AA ASHRAE PROCEDURES FOR COMMERCIAL ENERGY AUDIT ....................... 278

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8 LIST OF REFERENCES ............................................................................................. 305 BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH .......................................................................................... 307

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9 LIST OF TABLES Table page 2 1 Tolerance ranges for various common guidelines used. .................................... 42 4 1 2010 Rinker Hall breakdown of energy sources ................................................. 70 4 2 Life cycle cost calculations ................................................................................. 70 C 1 Rinker room occupancy 2010. ............................................................................ 76 D 1 Rinker total energy consumption. ....................................................................... 81 E 1 EEM energy breakdown. .................................................................................... 82 H 1 Heating degree days. ......................................................................................... 94 H 2 Cooling degree days. .......................................................................................... 95 O 1 Appr oach #1 energy consumption. ................................................................... 192 O 2 Approach #2 energy consumption. ................................................................... 192

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10 LIST OF FIGURES Figure page 2 1 IPMVP primary approaches for measure and verification during energy audit (FEMP, 2008). .................................................................................................... 42 2 2 IMVP energy option breakdown (NREL, 2002). .................................................. 43 2 3 Calibration flowchart (Krarti, 2011). .................................................................... 44 3 1 Thesis methodology flowchart. ........................................................................... 52 4 1 20072010 Heating Degree Days from weather station KFLGAINE10. .............. 64 4 2 20072010 Cooling Degree Days from weather station KFLGAINE10. .............. 64 4 3 20072010 Rinker Hall electrical consumption values. ....................................... 65 4 4 20072010 Rinker Hall chilled water consumption values. ................................. 65 4 5 Rinker Hall MEP equipment as defined in the construction documents .............. 66 4 6 Scheduling values generated from California ACM Manual, 2005. ..................... 66 4 7 Rinker chilled water flow rate identified with UFs BAS during interview with energy coordinator .............................................................................................. 67 4 8 Approach #1 electrical error during building calibration. ..................................... 67 4 9 Approach #1 chilled water error during building calibration. ............................... 68 4 10 Approach #2 electrical error during building calibration. ..................................... 68 4 11 Approach #2 chilled water error during building calibration. ............................... 69 4 12 Rinker energy consumption c omparison with both approaches. ......................... 69 B 1 Rinker electrical consumption. ............................................................................ 75 B 2 Rinker chilled water consumption. ...................................................................... 75 D 1 Rinker energy consumption breakdown. ............................................................ 81 D 2 Rinker energy costs. ........................................................................................... 81 H 1 Heating degreedays graph. ............................................................................... 96 H 2 Cooling degreedays graph. ............................................................................... 96

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11 I 1 California ACM Manual schedules. ..................................................................... 97 I 2 California ACM Manual schedules ...................................................................... 98 I 3 Fan system usage graph. ................................................................................... 99 I 4 Building occupancy graph. ................................................................................. 99 I 5 Heating system setpoint graph. ........................................................................ 100 I 6 Cooling setpoint graph. ..................................................................................... 100 J1 Rinker wall Uvalue calculations. ...................................................................... 101 J2 Rinker Roof Uvalue calculations. ..................................................................... 102 L 1 Rinker lighting calculations. .............................................................................. 124 L 2 LPD specified by ASHRAE 90.1 2007 Table 9.6.1 lighting power densities using the spaceby space method. ................................................................... 125 N 1 EEM cost breakdown and LCC calculation. ...................................................... 191 O 1 Approach #1 energy consumption. ................................................................... 192 O 2 Approach #2 energy consumption. ................................................................... 192 P 1 Audit approach data gathering and comparison. .............................................. 198 Q 1 Approach #1 energy calibration. ....................................................................... 200 Q 2 Approach #1 chilled water calibration. .............................................................. 202 Q 3 Approach #2 energy calibration. ....................................................................... 204 Q 4 Approach #2 chilled water calibration. .............................................................. 206 T 1 Refrigerator reference. ..................................................................................... 223 U 1 Corridor lighting. ............................................................................................... 224 U 2 Stairwell lighting. ............................................................................................... 224 U 3 Heating hot water pumps. ................................................................................. 225 U 4 Steam to hot water heat exchanger. ................................................................. 226 U 5 Return Air Fan. ................................................................................................. 226 U 6 Variable speed drive for chilled water. .............................................................. 227

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12 U 7 Main chilled water supply and return lines. ....................................................... 228 V 1 Rinker chilled water temperature. ..................................................................... 258 V 2 Rinker chilled water flow rates. ......................................................................... 258 Y 1 Rinker PV calculations. ..................................................................................... 266 Z 1 Thesis defense presentation ............................................................................ 277

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13 LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS AHU Air Handling Unit ASHRAE American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers BAS Building Automation Systems BDL Building Description Language BEST Building Energy Screening Tool BLAST Building Loads Analysis and System Thermodynamics BLCC Building Life Cycle Costing Btu British Thermal Unit CBECS Commercial Building Energy Consumption Survey CDD Cooling Degree Days CFM Cubic Feet per Minute CV Coefficient of Variation DOE United States Department of Energy EEM Energy Efficient Measure ECM Energy Conservation Measure EIA United States Energy Information Administration eQUEST Quick Energy Simulation Tool EMCS Energy Management Controls Systems ERV Energy Recovery Ventilation ESCO Energy Services Company EUI Energy Use Intensity FEMP Federal Energy Management Program HDD Heating Degree Day HVAC Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning

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14 kBtu/sf Kilo British Thermal Units per Square Foot kWh Kilowatt Hour LCC Life Cycle Costing LPD Lighting Power Density M&V Measurement and Verification MARR Minimal Acceptable Rate of Return MEP Mechanical Electrical Plumbing NILM Non Intrusive Load Monitoring NREL National Renewable Energy Laboratory PPD Physical Plant Division PRISM Princeton Scorekeeping Method RMSE Root Means Squared Error ROI Return on Investment SHGC Solar Heat Gain Coefficient SF Square Feet Super ESPC Super Energy Saving Performance Contract UF University of Florida VAV Variable Air Volume

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15 Abstract of Thesis Presented to the Graduate School of the University of Florida in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Science in Building Construction THE VALUE OF BUILDING ENERGY AUDIT ACCURACY FOR DEFINING EFFECTIVE ENERGY EFFICIENT MEASURES By Dustin Stephany December 2011 Chair: Charles Kibert Cochair: Ravi Srinivasan Major: Building Construction Buildings are responsible for 70% of the United States electricity consumption and approximately 40% of the total U.S. energy consumption. Over the past decade, the increasing cost of energy has caused businesses to rearrange their budgets in order to perform the same functions. Efforts in reducing energy costs through Energy Efficiency Measures (EEMs) are common in the building industry, however, the range of approaches for identifying these EEMs vary depending on available funds. It is common for these businesses to invest little to reduce energy costs. The intent of this study is to compare two separately conducted energy audits and determine which one provides an effective list of EEMs to reduce the overall building operating energy costs. Using Rinker Hall as a case study building, comparisons were made between a general walkthrough energy audit and a detailed energy audit (ASHRAE level II). These audits were transformed into inputs for a dynamic energy simulation tool. Both energy models are validated with the existing energy consumption values to determine which accurately projects actual buildi ng performance. In addition, EEMs identified during the energy audit are then modeled to determine potential

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16 energy savings over existing building operation. The additional costs associated with implementing these EEMs are also considered to determine w hich audit process provides the best value for reducing energy costs. The research concluded that a detailed energy audit would aid in gathering better data inputs for energy modeling purposes. Such an approach would provide effective EEMs that, in addit ion to energy cost reduction, can also offset the cost of investing in that extra effort.

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17 CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION Raising utility costs are impacting many industries, including buildings, throughout the United States. For example, existing buildings are responsible for 70% of the United States electricity consumption, and approximately 40% of the total U.S. energy consumption (Department of Energy, 2011) There are many systems in a building such as lighting, heat ing, cooling, ventilation, and plug loads that require different quantities of energy. Moreover, this energy demand can vary depending on factors such as occupancy level, outdoor conditions, and system operating performance. Due to these factors, energy systems may require modifications, routine checks, and testing, in order to ensure that the building is operating at peak performance. While some facility personnel are experienced in properly maintaining the building for many years, others may have poor record keeping and lack the necessary knowledge to adequately troubleshoot maintenance issues. When the time calls for evaluating the buildings energy performance and identifying potential EEMs, a range of scenarios may occur. In some instances, the faci lity personnel will invest in conducting an elaborate building energy audit to find ways to enhance their current facility operations while still maintaining desired indoor comfort. Some building personnel will invest less by relying on product literature that has standardized recommends such as turning off lights in unoccupied spaces to reduce energy use. Additionally, there are instances when some may not know how to sufficiently evaluate building energy performance, therefore, choosing to do nothing, but end up paying higher energy costs. The scenario is chosen based on the interests of the company and its personnel. The choice can often be broken down to either paying

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18 upfront costs to address building operation issues with some risk involved or to minimize immediate spending and settle with current energy performance. Whatever the decision, it must be economically justified. Problem Statement There are several audit methods that may be employed to identify EEMs. Some simpler methods, such as BIN, submetering, ANAGRAM method, Princeton Scorekeeping Method (PRISM), and degreeday methods, may be used to estimate building energy use, possibly at the component level; however, they may not provide all of the details of each of the energy use components. For example, the energy used by lighting systems, cooling, heating, fans, pumps, domestic hot water, and receptacles are affected by the number of occupants, demand schedule, weather, as well as the performance characteristics of the systems. Dynamic simulation tools such as DOE 2, eQUEST, BLAST, and EnergyPlus may be used to create models that takes these relationships into account by executing com plex simulations. Such simulation approaches may aid in identifying a wide range of EEMs. However, in order to identify effective EEMs, the accuracy of the building energy model depends on the input values and assumptions generated by an energy audit. E nergy audits may be performed using a simple walkthrough or by conducting detailed energy audits. Simple walkthroughs are typically executed by facilities personnel in identifying building operation and maintenance issues. A detailed energy audit requires determining actual building performance by conducting interviews, surveys, and collecting hardcopies of systems associated with the building under investigation. These values would then be entered into a dynamic simulation tool where

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19 EEMs can be identifie d separately or within a group to provide a more clear understanding of energy use. However, there is a perception that conducting a detailed energy audit coupled with a dynamic simulation may not be justifiable in economic terms, i.e., cost of conducting the audit and performing energy modeling is considered to be a poor investment. It is important to identify if such a perception is true. Research Objectives This report develops a method to compare two energy audit approaches namely, a general walkt hrough and a detailed energy audit, that are widely used in the industry. The information gathered will be entered into a dynamic simulation tool to compare energy performance with an actual energy use of the same building. The building energy model that best represents the existing building operations is considered to be most accurate in predicting actual EEM savings. The EEMs identified during each audit will be modeled to simulate the amount of energy that can be reduced. This energy savings and the utility rate are used to identify total cost savings and compared to actual energy costs. Implementation of EEMs identified above may also have initial, maintenance, and replacement costs that must be considered in order to identify its overall Life Cycl e Cost (LCC). If the detailed energy audit approach is able to identify more cost effective EEMs, the LCC cost will be compared with actual energy costs to determine if it is considered cost effective or otherwise. Significance This study is unique in t hat it creates a methodology to identify and compare various energy audit approaches. Identifying the LCC of each approach also proves its cost effectiveness over time. The most cost effective approach selected can be used

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20 for reducing overall energy cos ts of a building. This methodology can identify the importance of accuracy in building energy audits for identifying effective EEMs. Limitations During the detailed energy audit approach, there was a lack of necessary tools used to monitor and assess act ual building performance. The study was performed using tools that were accessible and readily available. Another limitation is that the scope is focused only on one building in which the results derived only apply to the specific circumstances. Conducting the study on more than one building would provide stronger evidence for the conclusions.

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21 CHAPTER 2 LITERATURE REVIEW History of Energy Auditing The simplest definition of an energy audit is a process that serves to identify where a building or plant facility uses energy and points to energy conservation opportunities (Thumann, 1998) Energy audit procedures were first used in the early 1970 s in the United States during the energy crisis (Energy Audit Institute, 2010) In order to reduce energy con sumption, state funds were used to incentivize energy efficient buildings in the Supplemental State Energy Conservation Program. Buildings receiving government funding had to follow various requirements such as: (1) mandator y lighting efficiency standards ; (2) p rograms to promote the availability and use of carpools, vanp ools, and public transportation; (3) m andatory thermal efficiency standards and insulation requirements; (4) p ublic education efforts on implementing energy efficient measures; (5) e ncouraging and carrying out building energy audits for commercial and industrial applications. In addition, energy audits were used to provide government loan guarantees for implementing energy efficiency improvements (Thumann, 1998) In the 1980s, cheap ener gy costs ceased the energy crisis and the use of building energy audits have lessened. As the impacts of global warming are currently increasing on a worldwide scale, reduction of CO2 production and energy efficiency is crucial. This effect has resulted in strict regulations, incentive programs, and various certification labels to encourage energy efficiency. These methods may or may not help reduce global warming impacts; however, they emphasize methods such as energy auditing, not only reduce energy consumption, but also to save on utility costs.

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22 Building Energy Audit Protocols Due to the large number of variables and complexity of the building systems, energy audits typically fall between four levels of audits that are arranged by level of effort. Each audit must start with the most basic and least expensive approach and advance to the next level as long as deemed necessary. There are a number of guidelines that can be followed when conducting an energy audit such as: ASHRAE 14, IPMVP, and FEMP. ASHRAE 14 2002 ASHRAE has completed a standard intended to provide a minimum acceptable level of performance in the measurement of energy and demand savings from energy management projects. This guideline is used to serve as the basis between professional auditing companies and their customers. The guideline discusses multiple levels of effort starting with the preliminary audit, walkthrough audit, standard energy audit, and lastly detailed energy audit. Each audit level is described bel ow (ASHRAE, 2002) Benchmark / p reliminary audit l evel 0 The purpose of the preliminary analysis is to obtain a good overview of the building and how it performs. Typically utility data and general building characteristics are required, and can usually be obtained from the owner or building operator before a visit. The information can be used to compare the buildings performance to other, similar types of buildings by picking through a database of buildings provided by the United States Energy Information Administration (EIA). The value used to compare energy consumption is known as energy use intensity (EUI), and is typically done by dividing the total energy consumption (in kBtu) by the total square foot of the building

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23 (Energy Star 2011) W hen analyzing a buildings EUI, it is important to factor the buildings relationship with that of its outdoor environment. Changes in outdoor conditions such as dry bulb, web bulb, direct solar radiation, etc., can affect building performance. Factors s uch as these emphasize the importance of comparing buildings of similar function in similar climatic regions. (ASHRAE, 2004) In addition, analyzing the historical utility data is conducted on a monthly basis for preferably three years. This analysis is used to identify different utility structures, utility consumption irregularities, and identify areas for reducing costs. Typically the main focus would be on reducing electrical loads during peak demand times since this is when utility companies charge m ore in order to help reduce the overall electrical demand of the grid (Albert Thumann, 1998) Walkthrough audit l evel I This audit consists of a visual walk through of the building to get familiar with the operation or system maintenance problems. An online survey as well as a few meetings with the owner or building operator is also conducted to learn of any special problems or needs the facility may have, and if these special problems affect energy efficiency. Also during this meeting, the utility fi ndings from the preliminary audit will be shared to educate the owner of the buildings past operating performance (ASHRAE, 2004) Simple and inexpensive actions are suggested to provide immediate energy and operation cost savings. Corrective measures ar e briefly described, and quick estimates of implementation costs, potential operating cost savings, and simple payback periods are provided. This level of detail is adequate to prioritize EEMs based on costs to

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24 implement. In addition, a report will provide a list of potential capital improvements which suggest further efforts in energy audit analysis (Krarti, 2011) Energy survey and analysis l evel II This level of analysis requires use of basic calculations and measuring devices, which will be discussed later in this chapter to evaluate the selected energy retrofits. This type of audit will include the establishment of a facility energy consumption baseline in order to identify EEMs appropriate for the facility, given its operating parameters. This potent ially includes in depth interviews with facility operating personnel, submetering, or even an energy model to provide a more suitable understanding of major energy consuming components and the potential total energy savings. Simple tools such as degreeday methods, linear regression models, and simple payback calculations are used to provide a cost effective project implementation plan while others such as submetering and highly sophisticated building simulation programs are used to allocate energy cons umption sources. In addition, capital intensive EEMs can be identified for even further research as provided in Level III (Krarti, 2011). Detailed audit l evel III The stepby step approach for the detailed energy audit is similar to the previous level II energy audit, however, there is an even greater level of detail, as well as, higher level of initial costs. In most of the mechanical retrofits required during this phase, specific funding is outside of the maintenance budget. In order to receive the funding, the retrofits must provide enough savings to pay for itself over a specific amount of time. This is also known as having a Return on Investment (ROI) and this value must have a

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25 higher level of confidence as the cost to invest increases. The detai led energy audit provides this financial structure through a complete engineering study and computer simulation program to justify the investment related to the building transformations. Typically higher costs derive from enhanced levels of efforts and accuracy in determining building operations and variation. Each EEM identified during the detailed energy audit must go through a LifeCycle Cost (LCC) analysis. The LCC takes into account a few economic parameters such as interest, Minimum Acceptable Rate of Return (MARR), inflation, tax rates, and even firm price quotes from contractors. Due to these parameters, a more accurate payback period can be identified as well as cost savings over an extended period of time (Krarti, 2011) IPMVP Energy Analysis Techniques The International Performance for Measurement and Verification Protocol (IPMVP) was developed by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) to provide a list of best practices used from around the world so that professionals can conduct a report that would be widely recognized. Though it has the same concepts as ASHRAE 14, it is organized a bit differently with various approaches available to conducting an energy audit. The approaches are split up into two general types: retrofit isolati on and wholefacility. Retrofit isolation approaches focus only at the affected equipment or system independent of the rest of the facility while the whole facility approaches consider the total energy use and deemphasize specific equipment performance. Figure 21 illustrates the differences in scope these two approaches have when analyzing possible energy efficiency measures (FEMP, 2008) The IPMVP audit process is broken into four approaches, or, in this case, options. Each consists of separate approaches for identifying EEMs within a building. The

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26 following is a breakdown of each of these options in an order provided by NREL (NREL, 2002) Figure 22 shows the methodology used to select an appropriate energy audit approach. Option A r etrofit iso lation: key parameter measurement Savings are determined by field measurement of the key performance parameters which have a defined energy usage that can be improved. Typically, this option would be applicable for lighting retrofits where power draw is i nfrequent resulting in the key performance parameter being measured periodically. In this situation estimate operating hours of the lights based on building schedules and occupant behavior is needed to justify costs (NREL, 2002) Option B r etrofit isola tion: all parameter measurement EEMs are determined by field measurements over a period of time by installing submetering systems on various systems that consume large amounts of energy. Typically, these systems can be tweaked until operating is at maxi mum efficiency and then the submeter would be removed and potentially placed on a different system. This option would be applicable in areas such as improving energy efficiency though retrofitting either a variable speed drive or a motors controls to ad just flow as needed. Option C w hole facility EEMs are determined by measuring various energy uses at the whole facility or subfacility level for an entire year. Routine adjustments are made as required, using techniques such as simple comparison or regression analysis. Typically this option would be applicable for multifaceted energy management programs that affect many systems in the facility.

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27 Option D c alibrated simulation Similar to the retrofit isolation method, this option is used where multiple variables cannot easily be isolated from other systems because their modification can affect other systems. In this situation, a computer simulation model is used and calibrated to identify the energy consumption patterns. Typically this option would be applicable for multifaceted energy management programs that affect many systems in a facility but where no meter existed in the baseline period. FEMP The Measurement and Verification (M&V) protocol mandated for government projects conducted under the Super Energy Saving Performance Contract (Super ESPC) is to follow the Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP) M&V Guidelines: Measurement and Verification for Federal Energy Projects. The FEMP Guidelines are comparable to the IPMVP in that both of these guidelines follow the same methodology in breaking various audits into four categories: Option A, B, C, and D (FEMP, 2008). ASHRAE Procedures for Commercial Building Energy Audits ASHRAE developed this document to establish guidelines for identifying ways to conduct a detailed energy audit. This protocol is made to break down all systems of a building that affect energy consumption quantities. The document consists of four forms to be used during the building walkthrough. The forms are arranged from the simplest to the most rigorous: Preliminary Energy Use Analysis, Walk Through Data, Building and Systems Report, and Energy Analysis Summary and Recommendations. Preliminary energy use analysis This form analyzes the utility data as well as general building characteristics. This information can be obtained from either the owner or building operator and should be

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28 analyzed prior to the actual site visit. The forms can be used to develop energy and cost indexes to c ompare with similar buildings and to make a rough determination of the benefits of further analysis. Walkthrough data This form is to be used during the building walk through to distinguish space functions and systems analysis without conducting a detailed analysis of the building. Building and systems report This form provides general guidance on identifying important pieces of building information that must be collected in order to run a proper analysis. Energy analysis summary and recommendations This form presents a format for reporting the results and recommendations of a building analysis including component breakdown of energy use and recommended EEMs with justifiable capital cost and savings for each recommendation. The EEMs will be organized depending upon the value brought in reducing energy consumption with the least amount of costs (ASHRAE 14, 2002). Measurement Devices Used in Energy Audits The energy measurement devices differ among clampon instruments, sensors, and NonIntrusive Load M onitoring (NILM) techniques. All of these measure building parameters such as air temperature, luminance level, and electrical energy use. Some of the devices, tests, and tools are listed below (Albert Thumann, 1998) : BLOWER DOOR T EST. This is used to find potential air leaks through doors, walls, windows, ceilings, floors, attic and crawl spaces DUCT LEAKAGE T EST. The average duct system leaks 30% of conditioned air resulting in equipment forced to work harder.

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29 INFRARED S CANNING. Scanners are used to identify thermal leakage spots within a building. Some scanners can also identify the surface temperature if there is thermal exchange. AMMETER AND V OLTMETE R. These tools measure electrical currents being used to check and verify energy consumption values. One portable device used for receptacle loads is the KillA Watt EZ series which can identify and assign a cost of energy consumption of a series of devices. This device can also act as a watt meter and a power factor meter. LIGHT LEVEL METER OR FOOTC ANDLE M ETER. This tool measures the amount of illumination a surface has. The unit of measure is in footcandles. T HERMOMETERS. These are used in identifying temperatures within systems, spaces, supply and return ductwork and piping. P SYCHROMETER. This measures relative humidity based on the relation of the dry bulb temperature and the wet bulb temperature. AIR VELOCITY M ETERS. These are typically used in HVAC applications. The standard instrument used for testing duct velocity is the pitot tube which is inserted through hole penetrations into a duct typically measuring in cubic feet per minute. COMBUSTION T ESTER. This helps determine the concentration of carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide. C HEMICAL S MOKE. This is an artificial smoke that is used to ident ify airflow patterns within a building. It helps in identifying whether supply or return grills are working properly, how the building zones relate toward one another as well as possible infiltration areas. A NEMOMETER. This is used to indicate the movement air within the HVAC system. D ATA L OGGERS. These can be left unattended to monitor and record building and system conditions for a given period of time. They are used to monitor and record measurements of temperature, relative humidity, indoor air quality light intensity, hours of operation, motor and operation times, voltage, and amperage. These devices can be used to spot check a buildings system or space functions and aid in identifying its operation performance. Energy Analysis Tools For Energy Audi ts There are many tools and methods to analyze energy consumption and in order to narrow these options down, one must consider several factors including cost, speed, versatility, reproducibility, sensitivity, accuracy and ease of use. Generally, these tools

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30 can be broken down into three categories: ratiobased methods, inverse methods, and forward methods. Ratio Based Methods These methods are typically used to evaluate a buildings performance by comparing ratios such as EUI with other buildings serving similar functions located in the same climatic zone. This method is also called benchmarking and is used to determine areas for improved energy performance as well as how beneficial an energy audit would be. Other ways to identify a buildings potential energy reductions are with screening tools such as the Building Energy Screening Tool (BEST), Scheduler, or the Online Facility Assessment Wizard (Krarti, 2011) Inverse Methods Inverse methods attempt to identify building parameters by analyzing existing patterns of energy use in relation to weather and other performance data. Significant pattern changes in energy consumption can be target areas for improving building energy performance. The inverse methods can then be used to project or verify energy savings through the incorporation of EEMs. These methods are quite simple and can be incorporated to a wide range of relationships such as heating and cooling end uses in relation toward outdoor conditions. Another example consists of the simple payback models used as an initial investment tool for determining the time period when the initial costs will be offset based on the energy costs savings (Hazardous Waste and Toxics Reduction Program, 2002) This method is limited, however, because they cannot be used to analyze the transient effects such as thermal mass effects and seasonal changes in the efficiency of HVAC systems. Dynamic tools are able to take into consideration these variations by

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31 incorporating more independent parameters that can be analyzed based on regressions pattern changes. Examples of these models include equivalent thermal network analysis, Fourier series models, and artificial neural networks (Albert Thumann, 1998) Forward Methods This method requires energy calculations are based on physical description of the building systems such as geometry, location, construction details, and HVAC system type and operation. Once the physical description of the building systems are gathered, they can be incorporated in to equations such as degree day methods or bin methods to identify EEMs. Degree day methods Degree days are used to identify heating and cooling requirements needed in a specific area. Heating Degree Days (HDD) are a measure of how much and how long the average outside air t emperature was lower than a specific base temperature whereas cooling degree days are similar except value is generated by how much and how long, the average outside temperature was higher than the base temperature. Typically, the base temperature is set at 65F to cater to human thermal comfort in most situations (Weather Underground, 2010) These values can then be graphed linearly in relation to the building consumption values and over time, these values can compare the performance over time (Krarti, 2011) Bin methods This method is similar to the degree day method but is more concise by observing the weather data on an hourly basis. The procedure for the bin method is to sort outdoor temperature into groups or bins (typically of 5F ). The hourly av erage temperature will go into the appropriate bin over a specific time period and the weather

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32 conditions and its effect two system performance can be analyzed. This method will not work, however, if there are significant amounts of thermal mass associated with the building (Krarti, 2011) Simulation software Computer simulation software is also known as energy models and are used as a dynamic tool for predicting the actual energy consumption values of a whole building by calculating building consumption values each hour for an entire year. Some drawbacks with building simulation software are difficulties in simulating buildings with large atriums, a significant fraction of the space underground or ground coupled, unusual exterior shapes, complex shading configurations, or a large number of distinct zones of temperature control. Some building ECMs cannot be simulated without great difficulty such as additions of radiant barriers in attics and some complex HVAC system changes (Albert Thumann, 1998) The following section will go into more detail about the history and importance of building energy simulation when trying to identify effect ive energy efficient measures. History of Building Energy Simulation In the 1970s, building energy simulation software was developed in order to meet the demands for building construction and reduced energy consumption. As new construction was the frontier in this business at the time, efforts spent on developing building energy codes and certification of computer programs for use in demonstrating codecompliance were a high priority of the government. Specialty government agencies focused on research and development of various building energy model simulation programs which certified and were intended to be used by building design

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33 professionals to ensure proper load calculations and adherence to code compliance (Thumann, 1998) The early issue with the development of building energy simulation software was that the professionals who generated the programs had no actual experience with how a building is actually constructed. The programs had a narrow range of HVAC system types that were expected to operate the way they were designed in the program. Thus, the computer programs were poorly suited for analysis of existing bui ldings where (1) controlled systems differ from the program; (2) building occupancy is far from a neat, consi stent, and predictable pattern; (3) where building equipment operating practi ces are anything but consistent; (4) existing HVAC systems have little resemblance to the model, offered in the simulation programs (e.g. a single air handling system combining variable volume, multi zone and high pressure induction). These factors can be far more important in determining the existing buildings energy use t han merely identifying the materials used to construct the building. Over time, the profession has been scrutinized due to the inability to generate accurate models that represents an existing building. Articles were written stating that blind comparisons were made and that the tools represented garbage in, garbage out (Thumann, 1998) It must be noted, however, that real occupancy patterns, system, equipment, and operating characteristics can all be identified and modeled within the program. It is true that there is no such thing as a perfect building energy simulation program, however, over time, there have been multiple improvements to utilize them in producing a model that has value (Thumann, 1998)

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34 The largest contingency in model accuracy falls on the training, knowledge, and experience of the professional using the program. Typically this can be broken down into three areas (1) The intimate understanding of the simulation tool being used. This includes the understanding how the program has been developed as well as how the program differs from one to another. (2) The intimate understanding of the building being simulated. This means a complete breakdown of its physical, component, and operational characteristics. This is typically identified in an energy audit. (3) Careful analysis and critique of output data that is generated. This includes an energy comparison, also known as a calibration, with the consumption patterns of the existing building (Thumann, 1998) Being able to utilize these techniques well may produce results that create value for both an existing building owner as well as the building industry. Types of Building Energy Simulation Algorithms Although energy simulation programs are generally capable of modeling most system s within the building, they are often not flexible enough and have inherent limitations. To select the appropriate energy simulation program, it is important to be aware of its capabilities and limitations. Some of the well known energy simulation programs are briefly presented below: DOE2 Developed at the Lawrence Berkley National Laboratory by the U.S. Department of Energy, DOE 2 is widely used because of its comprehensives. It can predict hourly, daily, monthly, or annual building energy use. DOE 2 is often used to simulate complex buildings. Typically, significant efforts are required to create DOE 2 input files using a programming language called the Building Description Language (BDL). Several tools

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35 are currently available to facilitate the process of developing DOE 2 input files. Among energy engineers and professionals, DOE 2 has become a standard building energy simulation tool in the United States and several other countries using interfaces such as QUEST and Visual DOE (Krarti, 2011) Buil ding Loads Analysis and Systems Thermodynamics (BLAST) The heating /cooling load calculations implemented in BLAST are based on a heat balance approach (instead of the transfer function technique adapted by DOE 2). Therefore, BLAST can be used to analyze systems such as radiant heating or cooling panels that cannot be adequately modeled by DOE 2 (Krarti, 2011) EnergyPlus EnergyPlus builds on the features and capabilities of both DOE 2 and BLAST. EnergyPlus uses new integrated solution techniques to correct one of the deficiencies of both BLAST and DOE 2. Accurate predictions of space temperature are crucial to properly analyze energy efficient systems. For instance, HVAC system performance and occupant comfort are directly affected by space temperature fluctuations. Moreover, EnergyPlus has several features that should aid engineers and architects in evaluating a number of innovative EEMs that cannot be simulated adequately with either DOE 2 or BLAST. These features include free cooling operating strategies using outdoor air, realistic HVAC system controls, effects of moisture absorption in building elements, and indoor air quality with a better modeling of contaminant and air flows within the building. Several interfaces for EnergyPlus have been developed over the last few years. A complete list of the interfaces is periodically updated on the EnergPlus website (Krarti, 2011)

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36 HAP (1.17 or 3.05) HAP is a computer tool developed by Carrier and is currently used to calculate cooling and heating loads in order to design air conditioning systems in buildings with multiple zones. It can also perform seasonal and annual energy analysis and evaluate potential energy savings from several EEMs (Krarti 2011) TRNSYS TRNSYS provides a flexible energy analysis tool to simulate a number of energy systems utilizing user defined modules. A good knowledge of computer programming is required to properly use the TRNSYS simulation tool (Krarti, 2011) Other p rograms such as BSim, DeST, ECOTECT Ener Win, Energy Express, Energy 10, ESPr, HEED, IDAICE, IES, PowerDomus, SUNREL, Tas, and TRACE 700 are all capable of identifying building energy consumption values in one way or another; however, to compare the pros and cons of these programs, refer to the Contrasting the Capabilities of Building Energy Performance Simulation Programs by Crawley et al., 2005. Model Calibration Model calibration is achieved by verifying that the simulation model reasonably predicts the energy patterns of the existing facility. Comparing modeled energy consumption behavior with existing energy behavior determines accuracy in identifying effective EEMs. Depending on the level of detail, the calibration process can be executed fr om either short day intervals or year long analysis. These values must then be compared to the existing performance of the building. Typically, comparing energy consumption values on a monthly basis seems to be accurate enough to provide an understanding on how a building operates

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37 There are several calibration approaches, however ASHRAE Guidelines 142002, M&V Guidelines for Federal Energy Projects (FEMP), and the International Performance Measurement and Verification Protocol (IPMVP) are most widely used (Pan, 2007) Each approach indicates tolerance levels for determining the accuracy of the energy model produced. The indicators used for energy model calibration include monthly errors, annual errors, and the coefficient of variation of the root means s quare of monthly errors. Monthly errors are calculated using the formulas provided below. The M value represents the monthly utility consumption value while the S value represents the simulated value. For electricity, such values would have a unit of measurement of kWh or Btu. (2 1) In order to determine the year is error percentage, find the average of the monthly errors for a given year. This indicator can then be expressed as: ERRyear (%) = (ERRmonth/Mmonth) (2 2) The above val ue is important to understanding the overall average difference of the energy model with the building itself, however it may not accurately represent the actual years error due to variation in sign values. The Coefficient of Variation (CV) can account for this by first calculating the Root Square Mean Error (RSME) of the monthly error using the following equation. (2 3)

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38 The root mean square is then used in the numerator with the average measured monthly consumption in the denominator. The value calc ulated will be expressed as a percentage and the variable A represents the average monthly value. This equation can be below: (2 4) The approaches mentioned above all have differences in tolerance range acceptance for both the variation of the root m ean square error and for the monthly error. These differences are compared in the table provided below. If an energy model does not first meet the guidelines provided, then the model must be modified to closer represent the existing building and provide a new set of values which are compared. Typically the first step is to analyze the months with the greatest amount of error. Double check the values entered into the software as well as determine if any pertinent information is missing. Once changes have been made, resimulate the model and calibrate with the new values. The illustration below is provided in Krarti (2011) and shows the procedure for building energy simulation models. Energy Efficient Measures (EEMs) Energy Efficient Measures (EEMs) represent specific actions identified that could improve building energy efficiency if applied. Some EEMs are simulated in an energy model to help engineers and building managers define the amount of energy saving potentials for a building. EEMs can range from simple tasks such as changing out light bulbs to very elaborate building modifications such as sequencing of operating systems. The general list of recommended EEMs shown below has been split into thermal

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39 systems an d electrical systems. The thermal system EEMs specifically affect the thermal comfort and performance of thermal systems in the building, while the electrical system EEMs specifically affect the amount of electricity being used. In most cases, every EEM should have a cost for implementation allocated to it. This may include pricing for equipment, quotes given by contractors for installation, potential costs for system shutdown times, etc. These costs are then compared with the added value generated through energy consumption savings. The comparisons are typically done by the equations mentioned earlier in this report. Sometimes a list of EEMs is incorporated into a building simulation routine called a parametric modeling to analyze the effects one has on another. These groups of EEMs can be sold to the owner as a package or packages If the owner is not interested in the package, then they can choose between a list of EEMs which may be organized based on how quickly the investment will produce a return. These selected EEMs then can also be modeled in a different parametric model. A way to help justify EEM costs is to identify any potential incentives that are available. Due to the rising awareness and concern for global warming, there are a variety of programs available on public and private levels. Matching grants programs, for example, are used to help nonprofit institutions such as schools and hospitals in reducing energy consumption. This grant has been available due to the National Energy Co nservation Policy Act since the late 1970s and requires a detailed energy analyses for the institution to be eligible for the installation of energy saving capital improvements (Thumann, 1998) Participation in the grant program requires a 50% match of fu nds from recipient institutions. Other federal incentives available include tax

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40 write offs for incorporation of renewable energy into the current building operations as well as energy efficient system rebates from utility companies in both new and existing projects. In order to qualify for some of these incentives, proof of proper installation may be required. Proper installation requirements can be met is by having the equipment installed by a certified professional or by having a commissioning agent in spect the operations of system performance. Importance of Commissioning Commissioning is a vital component in building service systems because it ensures that systems are installed and in working order as identified in the construction documents. The im portance of commissioning is often underestimated by design and construction teams, and hence it can be neglected in the hurry to get the building completed on time. The result is the construction of a building that never performs as it was originally int ended to be. There are three forms of commissioning that are applied to a building, recommissioning, retrocommissioning and continuous commissioning. Re Commissioning Re commissioning is used to identify the performance of the existing buildings var ious systems after construction or even after years of building operations. If systems are underperforming, they will be modified to operate at optimal performance levels. Retro Commissioning Retro commissioning is similar to recommissioning except that there is an additional step. Other systems, sensors, or modifications will be added to the building systems to make them run even more efficiently. An example of this would be adding an energy recovery unit to the mechanical system to reduce the amount of energy it takes to condition the air.

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41 Continuous Commissioning Continuous commissioning is an extension of the commissioning process that verifies equipment and systems will continue to operate properly on a long term basis. This typically means the addition of an Energy Management Controls Systems (EMCS) to monitor building system performance and sequencing characteristics. Energy Management Control Systems The use of energy efficient equipment does not always guarantee energy savings. Rather, good management of operating this equipment is a more significant factor in reducing whole building energy use. Generally, building energy loads are continuously changing over time due to fluctuations in weather and changes in equipment use and occupancy. Thus, effective energy management requires knowledge of the facility loads. The development of energy management and controls systems, EMCS, is mostly attributed to the introduction of computerized Building Automation Systems (BAS). The inclusion of thi s system allows for real time sensing and controlling operations of various mechanical and electrical systems. For example, if an automated occupancy sensor detects the presence of people in specific spaces during late hours or during the weekend, the information can be used to adjust indoor environmental conditions. The system can also provide history trends with data points that are recorded multiple times an hour. Trending the data points will help in identifying the history of system performance and possibly track when a systems performance has changed. In addition, EMCS can provide facility operators with alarms and recommendations on maintenance issues such as lighting fixture replacement or equipment failures such as motor belts breaking (Krarti, 2011)

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42 Table 21 Tolerance ranges for various common guidelines used. Criteria IPMVP FEMP ASHRAE 14 ERR Month ( ) 25% ( ) 15% ( ) 5% CV(RMSE Month) ( ) 5% ( ) 10% ( ) 15% Figure 21. IPMVP primary approaches for measure and verification during energy audit (FEMP, 2008).

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43 Figure 22 IMVP energy option breakdown (NREL, 2002).

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44 Figure 23 Calibration flowchart (Krarti, 2011).

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45 Figure 24 Possible EEMs for building applications (Krarti, 2011).

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46 CHAPTER 3 METHODOLOGY The methodology developed is used to compare the accuracy of the energy the energy audits. Rinker Hall was selected as the case study building due to the availability of detailed information, as well as general familiarity. Night and weekend access was granted to the author to conduct this study. The two audits to be c ompared are illustrated in the Figure 31. As shown, the various stages are listed on the left with each audit approach outlined in a column to the right. Approach #1 represents a general audit based off of the construction documents and general familiarity of the building. Typically, such an audit is conducted inhouse in order to keep initial costs down while not exerting a rigorous amount of detail and effort in improving energy performance. Approach #2 represents a more professional audit as conducted in the ASHARE Level II energy audit. Typically this type of audit would be conducted by an ESCO company, energy engineer, or even a commissioning agent to identify how the actual building is performing. In order to separate the data generated from each audit, approach #1 will be conducted first, and the information gathered will then be modeled. Once this is complete, Approach #2 will be conducted and the details found will be entered into a separate energy model. In Figure 31, the highlighted blue box indicates the stages that produce results which can be compared to one another. Following the figure is a detailed description of each stage that will reveal its importance in identifying EEMs. At the end of this proc edure, one of the two approaches will identify more accurate energy efficiency measures. The hypothesis is that a more detailed energy audit along with the use of a dynamic simulation tool will provide more accurate energy model in how the building

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47 perfor ms. The accuracy of the model will generate EEM values with higher confidence of quantified energy savings. Potentially, the accuracy of energy saved will justify the use of a detailed energy audit along with the use of dynamic simulation software. Data Acquisition This stage is important in that it creates a foundation for indentifying the type of information needed to carry out the energy audit process. Tools and calculation techniques must be well understood for deriving the desired data that is to be collected. Before any actual analysis is conducted, some research is needed to obtain a general overview of the project. Some critical pieces of information include building location, construction documents, building function, date of construction, and c ompilation of at least the past three years of utility bills. Approaches #1 and #2 are fairly similar in data acquisition except for that Approach #2 has a more detailed understanding of the buildings history as well as how the systems are operated and m aintained. Understanding the operational history will help identify any major mechanical changes that have occurred since the building was constructed. This requires indentifying periodic preventative maintenance checks as well as irregular service calls based on occupancy complaints. Understanding the buildings energy management system, integrated controls, and system sequencing establishes a good foundation of how the building operates. Preliminary Analysis Building utility data is analyzed to deter mine various energy consumption patterns over the past threeyear period. Identifying areas of extreme consumption and comparing it to the utility billing structures may quickly show places where costs can be reduced. In addition, the consumption patterns are compared with outdoor condition

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48 patterns. Specific outdoor conditions observed are the heating and cooling degreedays data collected from the UF weather station. It must be noted, however, that even though the weather data collected is within one m ile from Rinker Hall, the actual weather data may differ significantly. Factors such as wind speed, wind direction, solar exposure and building solar radiation reflectivity may all affect how Rinker Hall operates. The result of this comparison may identi fy potential deficiencies in the facilitys performance. The construction documents are reviewed to identify a number of parameters that are considered during the audit. Such parameters include building exterior construction, internal loads, building airs ide systems, building waterside systems, and possible renewable resources if present. If possible, building schedules such as occupancy, equipment, lighting, heating, and cooling will also be gathered. With the knowledge obtained from the above analysis Approach #1 will proceed with a general walkthrough of the building making general observations about potential building deficiencies. After gaining some familiarity with the building, this Approach can begin by identifying possible EEM opportunities t o aid in reducing the buildings energy consumption. EEMs can be categorized i nto the sections outlined below: (1) occupants & operations; (2) building envelope & f eatures ; (3) electrical s ystems; (4) automation systems; (5) HVAC s ystems; (6) lighting s ystems ; (7) domestic hot water s ystems; (8) process equipment ; (9) i ndoor air q uality On Site Building Assessment The onsite building assessment stage is only used for Approach #2. Here a detailed energy audit walkthrough of Rinker Hall is conducted in ac cordance to the ASHRAE Level I audit. To ensure that a standard detailed energy audit process is

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49 followed, the ASHRAE Procedures for Commercial Building Energy Audits protocol is used. During the onsite building assessment, many measurements will be made to verify the buildings actual performance and operations compared to its original design. For example, a visit into the mechanical will allow for reading of various meters such as temperature gauges, flow meters, and VFD displays. Additionally, hooking up a Kil A Watt meter to electrical systems will indicate the actual amount of electricity drawn over a given period of time. Additionally, a series of interviews should be conducted to aid in determining proper scheduling, characteristics of various sy stems, major equipment loads, space functions, operation and maintenance characteristics, etc. For example, conducting an interview with UFs Physical Plant Department and going through their building automation system to understand how various HVAC systems are running, when it is scheduled to run, and what effects it operation. Once this information is gathered, then it is possible for Approach #2 to identify EEMs opportunities. Building Energy Model The building energy model is used to simulate the dif ferent inputs generated from both energy audit approaches. For this particular thesis, the use of the eQUEST v6.34 simulation tool has been selected based on the authors familiarity with the program. It must be noted that there are some limitations to t he program and these limitations must be identified in this section with relation to the number of assumptions that have been made for each building energy audit method. For example, in Approach #1 the use of the California ACM Manual to generic scheduling values may be needed because due to the inability to identify through the general audit approach. Once the values obtained from each audit are incorporated into the model, along with the same weather file, the dynamic program can simulate a preliminary energy

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50 model. Per ASHRAE 90.1 2007 Standard, these preliminary models are not to exceed more than 300 unmet load hours over the period of a year. ASHRAE 90.12007 Standard defines an unmet load hour as an hour in which one or more zones are outside of the thermostat setpoint range (ASHRAE, 2009) Once complete, the preliminary models can be compared to each other to note the degree of difference. Model Calibration This stage requires that both models be calibrated with existing energy consumption data obtained during the data acquisition stage. Specifically for this thesis, the energy model must follow the FEMP requirements of having a variation of the root mean square error of less than or equal to 15% and a monthly error of less than or equal to 10% Due to the way the utilities are charged to Rinker Hall, three different types of calibrations were undertaken: electricity, chilled water, and steam. Once these requirements have been met, then the Approach #1 and Approach #2 benchmark models are cons idered. Benchmark Model From here, the benchmark models will be compared to one another to determine which is most accurate in representing total building consumption over the year 2010. The model that best represents actual building energy consumption i s expected to better identify true energy savings which is determined in the next stages. EEM and Parametric Models EEMs are conducted by making specific modifications to the baseline model according to the EEMs identified in either the preliminary analys is or onsite building assessment stages. Each modification is saved as a separate model, which then is simulated to quantify a potential energy savings compared to the baseline model. Once

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51 all of the EEMs are modeled, they can be grouped into a parametr ic model that can simulate the effects each EEM has on one another, producing a total potential energy savings for the building. Analysis and Prioritization The final stage is where each EEM identified will have an associated cost for actual implementati on. The calculated costs will take into consideration equipment and construction costs along with interest rates and inflation rates. The same calculation will be done for each parametric model generated. Once completed, each EEM and parametric model wi ll be prioritized based on how much added value it can generate with the least amount of cost. At this point, the amount of total value of each approach will be calculated as well as the costs. These values will be compared and the hypothesis is that Approach #2 will be able to generate more value than Approach #1, due to the amount of savings generated from the EEMs identified. The difference between the two should be greater than the added cost for implementing Approach #2. It is predicted that the information gathered during the detailed energy audit will prove to be a better approach because of how accurate the energy model can mimic the actual existing building. In addition, the detailed energy audit will identify a higher number of EEMs due to the level of detail that is taken in understanding how the building is and ought to perform. Each E EM must meet the University of Floridas minimum allowable rate of return (MARR) which is 20% as stated by John Lawson, UFs energy coordinator. The number of EEMs that meet this requirement will provide a total net energy savings which can be calculated in relation to the net costs of implementing the EEMs. As long as the savings outweigh the actual costs, then this prediction is correct.

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53 CHAPTER 4 RESULTS Data Acquisition For this study, a number of needed t ools and resources have been identified before conducting the energy audits. Both audit approaches require gathering a general overview of the building, collecting weather data and utility bills for the past three years, and obtaining construction documents. Knowledge in the use of programs such as Microsoft Excel PVWatts eQUEST, and BLCC are needed as well as an understating of how to calculate net savings and net costs for each EEM identified from the energy audit approaches. Additional efforts and analytical tools are used in Approach #2 to better understand the how the building operates as well as how it is maintained. These include the Procedures for Commercial Building Energy Audits protocol developed by ASHRAE, interviews with the campus energy coordinator, light meters, receptacle sub metering and collecting a list of work orders to identify any major modifications to the building. Preliminary Analysis Weather data can be gathered by many different weather stations within a 10 mile radius from Rinker Hall. The data selected for use was chosen based on proximity to the facility; in this case, it was right on campus less than one mile away. It must be noted however, that even though the station is close, the weather conditions around Rinker Hall may vary due to changing wind speed, wind directions, solar reflectivity, as well as building radiant heat. The station can be identified as KFLGAINE10 on the degreedays.net website, the HDD, and CDD data can be downloaded into a spreadsheet. This information is prov ided in the appendix, however, Figure 41 and 42

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54 indicate the HDD and CDD respectively over the 2010 year. The blue line represents the 2010 data while the high and low values are generated from being two standard deviations from the average of the three years analyzed. The HDD graph shows the 2010 values falling within the range, while the CDD graph shows the values are within the range except for the month of March. Building energy consumption values were obtained upon request to the universitys physical plant department. Rinker Halls energy is supplied by three separate energy sources: electricity, chilled water, and steam. Each energy source is monitored by the Physical Plant Department (PPD) and then charged to the building b ased on the amount of energy consumed. Each building on campus is charged a blended rate which varies over the course of a few months depending on how all buildings on campus consume energy during onpeak and off peak times. Rinker Halls energy use mainly consists of electricity and chilled water, so the line graphs below show a breakdown consumption of electricity, Figure 43, and chilled water, F igure 44, for the year 2010. The blue line indicate the year 2010 consumption values while the red area represents two standard deviations from the building consumption average over a three year span. As shown, the chilled water consumption for year 2010 is within the high and low values of the average while the 2010 electrical consumption values fall below the April low limit value, indicating a significant difference that may be a result of the significant low value of electrical usage identified in March. When comparing the building energy consumption among electricity, chilled water, and steam, all sources were selected to have a unit of measurement KBtu/sf. The energy values can be summed to get the total energy consumption which then is

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55 divided by the area of the building to derive its billed consumption usage per square foot. Table 41 shows the energy source breakdown of Rinker. The billed consumption per square foot value is important in that it can be used to compare itself with other, similar type buildings on the University of Florida campus. Typically during a building audit the utility analysis would produce an EUI value; however for Rinker Hall, this value could not be provided due to the fact that the building receives its chilled water and steam from a series of Central Utility Plants (CUP) located on campus. Each CUP supplies its utili ties to a loop that covering the entire campus. Identifying which chilled water and steam systems directly supply Rinker Hall is difficult to discern, therefore, identifying the buildings actual EUI cannot be conducted. Never the less, identifying the bui ldings energy breakdown will become useful during a future stage. The architecture plans help to identify various areas of shell construction details. Identifying the materials and appropriate thicknesses for these details help establish the perimeter wall Ufactor through the use of the parallel path method where calculations are as shown in the A ppendix J. For reasons of convenience, only one wall U factor was modeled though there are two different wall construction types identified in the construction documents. The value was generated by taking a weighted average of the two wall Ufactors. In addition, the buildings geometry, orientation, window to wall ratio, roof U factor, and glazing details, number of skylights, floor U factor, occupancy per zone (as identified in the mechanical drawings located in the appendix R can all be identified in the architectural plans. However, in areas where the occupancy level could not be identified, the use of Table G B in ASHRAEs 90.1 2007 guide was used. Along

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56 with this occupancy density, sensible and latent heat gains were included for students who are sitting, doing light work, and walking from room to room. (Chapter. 26, ASHRAE Handbook of Fundamentals,2007). The lighting schedule in the electrical drawings, provided in the appendix L helped identify the buildings lighting systems. The electrical drawings help identify all of the building lighting systems available through the lighting schedule. Quantities of these lights are counted within each zone to help identify the Lighting Power Densities (LPD) which can be found in the appendix of this report. In addition, occupancy sensors and daylight sensors have also been identified for each classroom zone, as well as, some of the larger offices on the third floor. The mechanical drawings indicate the location and number of zones based on the areas in which the VAV boxes serve. In addition, no chillers or boilers are needed because the buildings heating and cooling energy comes from the primary steam and chilled water loop which is supported by many central utility plants located on campus. Both systems call for circulation pumps, and a steam to hot water exchanger is needed for supplying hot water to the air handling unit (AHU) and VAV coils. Other systems identified include supply, return and exhaust fans, domestic hot water heaters, and an energy recovery ventilator. Figure 45 illustrates some of the critical values determined through studying the construction documents. Gathering these values during each audit procedure is critical, as they will be used in a later step. Various schedules such as occupancy, lighting, receptical usage, HVAC equipment operations, cooling and heating setpoints were generated from the California ACM Manual (2005). This i nformation is shown in F igure 46 below and is used in

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57 Approach #1 as a general estimate for how Rinker Hall operates. A table of these values can be found in Appendix H. From the information provided as well as the general walkthrough from Approach #1, a number of EEMs have been identified and entered values went into the first building energy model. The list of EEMS identified in Approach #1 can be found later in this report. For Approach #2, it is assumed that the same EEMs can be identified as in Ap proach #1 however, more information is needed before determining such EEMs. Interviews, a number of building walkthroughs, and some monitoring are needed in order to complete the detailed energy audit and assess how the actual building is performing. Thi s information is gathered during the following stage. On Site Building Assessment There are a number of areas that differ from the construction documents which were found during the detailed energy audit. Specifically for the mechanical system, an engineering error occurred during the design phase by not supplying enough outside air to the building, which resulted in the building having negative pressure. The solution was to add 6,000cfm of outside air to the AHUs, however this supply air bypasses the ERV system. Though the problem of negative pressure was resolved, this retrofit has disregarded the purpose of the ERV, potentially causing more building energy consumption. Other energy issues identified include burned out lights, faulty sensors, differenc es in temperature deltas, equipment operating at full capacity when being used very little, and systems not running at all when being used heavily. During the interview with the energy coordinator, a series of setpoints and trend graphs were examined through the physical plants building automation system in order

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58 to complete the Building and Systems Report from the ASHRAE Procedures for Commercial Building Energy Audits protocol. During this analysis a number of issue were brought to the attention of the energy coordinator; specifically, how the building was operating during the weekends. Figure 47 below shows the flow rate of the chilled water pumps for a weeks duration. The graph indicates that the chilled water system is running during the day and then slowing down during the night period when few people are around. During the weekends, though, the graph indicates that the system is running during both the day and night, cooling the building when nobody is present. Additionally, all of the classrooms are shown to have daylight and occupancy sensors. When conducting the detailed energy audit, it was found that only a few of these dimmer switches actually adjust the light levels while some can only be turned on or off. The occupancy sensors all turn the lights on, but very few of them actually turn the lights off over an hours time of no occupancy. A smaller number of these sensors actually adjust lighting levels according to the daylight entering the room. This has all been recorded in the table provided in the A ppendix P. Although Rinker Hall is equipped for high efficiency, the detailed audit is showing operations at less than the buildings design potential. Lists of schedules were identified during the detailed energy audit. This information is quite different from what was identified in the California ACM Manual used for Approach #1 and can be found in the appendix of this report. Building occupancy levels fluctuate throughout the school year due to the number of students associated for eac h semester. This information is important for making an accurate building energy model in the next stage.

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59 Building Energy Model Each building energy model generates consumption values based on the information gathered from the previous stages. A list is provided in the appendix to show the differing results produced by the differing inputted values in each approach. In addition to these differences, in Approach #1, daylight sensors were modeled to reduce the LPD by 10% as is indicated by ASHRAE 90.1 to be a reasonable application towards modeling energy performance. Both approaches used the eQUEST program, and used the Gainesvill e weather file that was obtained from the DOE2.com website. The file downloaded was in EPW format and had to be converted to a BIN file for eQUEST. The Gainesville weather data is generated by the Gainesville Regional Airport which may have many differing weather conditions as described earlier. Once all of the available information was entered into each model was when the first simulation was been made. Both models passed the ASHRAE requirement of having less than 300 unmet hours over an entire year. Model Calibration Though Rinker Hall has three sources of energy, only electricity and chilled water were calibrated because they have the greatest effect on the buildings energy consumption values. Figures 48 and 49 illustrate electrical error and chilled water error generated from Approach #1 building energy model which was calibration towards existing building performance. The blue line represents the modeled value while the high and low lines represent a 15% error value from the existing energy consumption. As you can see, the electrical error falls outside of this range for the months of April and August, while the chilled water calibration error is outside of the range for the month of

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60 August. Though these months are out of the allowable calibr ation error, it is assumed that this model can still be used considering its accuracy with other months. Figures 410 and 411 below shows the electrical error and chilled water error from Approach #2. As indicated, there were no calibration issues for the chilled water; however, for electrical, calibration issues are pertinent for the months where there were both heating and cooling associated to it. More detail is required in determining why this error occurred, but for the sake of this research, it i s assumed that these errors will not greatly effect the buildings electrical performance as the model represents other months well. Benchmark Model Figure 412 shows the overall building energy consumption for electricity, chilled water, and steam. The circle in the middle represents the existing energy consumption while Approach #1 is represented on the left and Approach #2 to the right. As you can see, Approach #1 is most accurate in electrical energy consumption while Approach #2 shows accuracy in chilled water and steam. Overall, Approach #2 is more accurate in identifying the total energy consumption value. This being said, the combination of a detailed energy audit can better identify energy consumption characteristics in this case. EEM Parametr ic Runs With the information gathered in Approach #1, the following EEMs have been identified: EEM 1 : Improve the buildings lighting power density by meeting the space by space minimum requirements established by ASHRAE 90.12004. This EEM consists of simply removing some lights in areas of high lighting power density. Areas specifically affected are shown in the lighting power density calculations provided in the appendix.

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61 EEM 2: Replace the old refrigerator with a newer, Energy Star rated model. The existing unit appears to be running consistently, and its surface is cold to the touch which proves that its thermal capabilities are lacking. EEM 3: Raise the cooling temperature setpoints during the day to 76F in order to reduce cooling and electrical l oads. As a frequent occupant, the building can sometimes feel overly cold during the hotter months. Adjusting the temperature setpoint a few degrees is recommendable as long as 80% of the occupants indicate that they are comfortable. EEM 4: Install the 20kW PV system on the roof that was part of the facilitys original design. Currently no renewable resources are used at Rinker Hall. It is noted in the construction documents that the building is designed and constructed to support a 20kW solar panels sys tem on the roof. A total of 2,000s.f. is needed for the system and should be placed on the south west corner of the building. EEM 5: Shorten the building hours of operation from 7am 9pm. Reducing operation times can effectively reduce energy consumpt ion values. The schedules were reduced by an hour in the morning and an hour in the evening from approach #1s original schedule identified by the California ACM Manual. Following Approach #2, an additional list of EEMs has been identified which are as f ollows: EEM 6: Replace the ERV with a more efficient one that can support the added outside air capacity. In order for the ERV to be effective, it must provide a sensible and latent exchange between exhausted air and entering outside air. EEM 7: Turn off HVAC system during the weekends. As noted above, the chilled water pumps are operating during the weekends when few people are inside the building. This modification can be made in the BAS system by checking the existing schedule and turning off the syst em. It is also important to doublecheck the sequencing of controls to prevent overriding after the modification has been made. EEM 8: Set occupancy sensors to turn off when no one is present. The detailed energy audit made note of a number of classrooms in which the lights would stay on all night long, including weekends. EEM 9: Install a VFD onto the heating hot water pumps. These 15 hp pumps are set at constant speed during the entire schedule of operations. Even though the demand for them varies t hroughout the year, they continuously pump hot water to all of the heating coils in the building. The VFD would ramp down when the heating hot water demand is low. EEM 10: Increase the temperature difference between chilled water supply and chilled water return. A pneumatic valve is placed on the chilled water supply side to restrict the flow of chilled water entering the building. This valve is not hooked up

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62 properly, allowing a high volume of chilled water to enter and leave consistently even though the cooling demand changes within the building. Allowing the pneumatic valve to operate will restrict the flow when demand is low and provide a higher temperature difference between supply and return lines. EEM 11 : Install automatic timers in classrooms A number of electrical components are left on throughout the day and weekend when they are not being used. Reducing the phantom loads reduces heat that is given off in the zones. The EEMs for Approach #1 are modeled separately as well as in a group called the parametric model. The parametric model simulates the effects that each EEM has on one another in order to determine the total energy savings. These values were then compared to the same EEMs modeled in Approach #2. By comparison, Approach #1 sh ows that there is a higher level of savings in energy consumption, but what needs to be noted is the level of accuracy the model has compared to the actual energy use building. In Approach #1 you will see that it is more accurate in determining the actual electrical consumption over a year, and in Approach #2 the chilled water and steam values are closer to the actual consumption values. The model generated from Approach #2 is overall more accurate. EEMs identified in Approach #2 have also been modeled separately, but what is most important is the overall energy savings that are identified in parametric model number #2. eQUST is able to break down the total energy consumption values into the respective chilled water, steam, and electricity energy sourc es. A rate can be applied to the difference between the actual and modeled energy consumption values that will indicate the total amount of energy that can be associated as annual economic savings. This brings us to the final stage.

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63 Analysis & Prioriti zation The University of Florida has set a MARR of 20% to consider an EEM as a valuable investment. This is must be taken into consideration for the net benefits and net costs calculation over a 20 year study, shown in appendix N. Each EEM is broken down to its initial cost, maintenance cost, replacement cost, replacement duration, and incentives. If the costs are higher than the benefits of each EEM, the value will consist of a negative signifying that the investment does not meet the minimal acceptance rate of return and should not be considered for an investment. As indicated, EEMs #2, #4, #6, and #9 all provided negative numbers and were not included for any of the parametric models. Once the parametric models were created and simulated, the values were pl aced into a life cycle calculations (LCC) program called BLCC, as shown in appendix K. The study was conducted over a 20year study period and shows the cost for each approach. As shown in Table 42 the LCC values calculated are then compared to the exi sting costs if operations were to stay the same. The left most column shows the amount of savings generated over 20 years if all EEMs in the parametric model were applied. For the EEMs identified in Approach #1, the total savings is expected to be around $77,000 even though Approach #2 model shows to be have a savings of almost $20,000 less. The additional $16,000 to conduct a detailed energy audit along with the use of a dynamic simulation tool is shown to have the greatest amount of savings of roughly $93,000.

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64 Figure 41 20072010 Heating Degree Days from weather station KFLGAINE10. Figure 42 20072010 Cooling Degree Days from weather station KFLGAINE10.

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65 Figure 43 20072010 Rinker Hall electrical consumption values. Figure 44 20072010 Rinker Hall chilled water consumption values.

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66 Figure 45 Rinker Hall MEP equipment as defined in the construction documents F igure 46 Scheduling values generated from California ACM Manual, 2005.

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67 Figure 47 Rinker chilled water flow rate identified with UFs BAS during interview with energy coordinator Figure 48 Approach #1 electrical error during building calibration.

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68 Figure 49 Approach #1 chilled water error during building calibration. Figur e 410 Approach #2 electrical error during building calibration.

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69 Figure 411 Approach #2 chilled water error during building calibration. Figure 412 Rinker energy consumption comparison with both approaches.

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70 Table 41 2010 Rinker Hall breakdown of energy sources Energy Source KBtu Building Area (S.F.) Consumption Usage / S.F. Electricity 1,436,754 48,915 29.37 Chilled Water 3,864,000 48,915 78.99 Steam 633,000 48,915 12.94 TOTAL 121.30 Table 42. Life cycle cost calculations LCC 20 Year Difference Existing $420,903.00 $0.00 App 1 Par 1 $343,805 $77,098.00 App 2 Par 1 $362,092 $58,811.00 App 2 Par 2 $327,466 $93,437.00

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71 CHAPTER 5 CONCLUSION The perception of a detailed energy audit coupled with a dynamic simulation tool being uneconomical should be looked at closer. The study showed method of comparing the two audit procedures by entering information gathered into eQUEST to model the building s performance. The audit procedures both generated EEMs which could be modeled to show the amount of energy savings over a year. The detailed energy audit was able to identify more EEMs based on the additional level of effort through conducting interviews, and recording data on actual building performance. As long as the EEMs provided MARR of 20%, they were incorporated into a parametric model to show the total energy savings. A LCC of the parametric models indicated that the extra costs for conducting a detailed energy audit proves to have greater savings over a period of time.

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72 APPENDIX A MODELING LIST OF ASS UMPTIONS Below is a list of assumptions that have been made in order to create the model. They have been broken up into four (4) categories and they are as follows; 1. BUILDING SHELL a. All the buildings windows and doors are considered as fixed windows. b. The construct ion of the walls are built layer by layer (exterior air film, metal panel, air layer, metal panel, exterior sheathing, 5/8, Cellulose Insulation 6 metal stud, semi rigid insulation 1 1/2, gypsum board 5/8 and interior air film) results with a total R V alue of 29.074. The metal panel and stud has an R value of 0 h.sf.degF/Btu as well as the steel frame having a spacing of 16 o.c. or 8% of the transmission area. c. The construction of the roof was done layer by layer (outside air film, 5 of rigid insulation, 5 of concrete, and inside air film) resulting with an R value of 27.78. d. The fenestration specifications of the windows come from the Viracon VE72M windows which have a U factor of 0.29, Solar Heat Gain Coefficient of 0.29, Visible Transmittance o f 0.55 with air between the window panes. e. The fenestration specifications of the skylight windows come from the Viracon VE72M windows which have a U factor of 0.29, Solar Heat Gain Coefficient of 0.23, and Visible Transmittance of 0.40. f. Exterior Lights have been excluded. 2. INTERNAL LOADS a. For the simplification of the model it is assumed that the plenum has been eliminated because the temperature between that and the room is the same. b. The lighting schedule is developed based on California ACM Manual. c. The occupancy capacities of various classrooms have been considered based on the website, https://stars.facilities.ufl.edu/class/roomsched.php. In other rooms, the furniture layout was used t o determine the capacities while the storage, restroom, shower, stairs, elevators, closets and corridors have zero capacity. For the remainder of the rooms, an occupancy density of 75 sf/person based from the ASHRAE 90.12007, Table G B had been used. d. Th e rates of sensible heat and latent heat of occupants are assumed based on Table 2, Chapter 26 of the ASHRAE Handbook of Fundamental. e. Occupancy schedules of rooms not identified in the website provided above used the California ACM Manual while the weekend is considered based off of the Sunday schedule. f. The equipment schedule is developed based on the California ACM Manual while the weekend is considered based off of the Sunday schedule. g. The HVAC schedule is developed based on the California ACM Manual while the weekend is considered based off of the Sunday schedule. h. The elevator schedule is developed based on ASHRAE 90.12007 Schedule for Schools while the weekend is considered based off of the Sunday schedule. i. The receptacle power density of server room is considered as 20 watts/s.f. j. Lighting power densities were determined by space by space configuration by counting the various fixture types in each space. This document can be located at the appendix of this report. k. The mechanical room is considered unconditioned space because of the heat that is being generated from the equipment will not need special conditioning. l. Both daylight and occupancy controls have been modelled into the baseline. m. 3. WATER SIDE HVAC a. The temperature of the Domestic Hot water is assumed as 120F based from information provided by GRU. b. Chilled water is provided by a nearby chiller plant and does not directly affect the energy costs of the building

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73 c. Steam is provided by a nearby boiler and does not directly affect the energy cos ts of the building. d. Heating Hot Water Loop has a design temperature difference of 20F. e. Chilled Water Loop has a design temperature difference of 10.2 degrees Fahrenheit. 4. AIR SIDE HVAC a. The throttling range is assumed to be 4F b. The setback temperature is assumed to be 5 F c. The deadband has an assum ed value of 7F Indoor Design Temperature setpoints are 75F for cooling and 68F for heating

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74 APPENDIX B BUILDING CONSUMPTION UTILITIES

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75 Figure B 1 Rinker electrical consumption. Figure B 2. Rinker chilled water consumption.

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76 APPENDIX C CLASSROOM OCCUPANCY SCHEDULE Table C 1. Rinker room occupancy 2010. OCCUPANCY SCHEDULE 1st Floor Session Times Room Max. Occ Season Day In Out In Out In Out In Out 106 40 Fall M 830 100 400 500 T 830 500 W 830 100 R 930 200 300 500 F 830 300 Spring M 930 100 T 830 100 200 400 W 830 100 R 830 100 200 400 F 830 200 Summer A T 930 1230 Summer B T 930 330 110 110 Fall M 830 200 300 400 T 830 200 300 730 W 830 930 1030 200 300 400 R 830 930 1030 730 F 930 200 300 400 Spring M 830 300 500 600 T 830 100 200 600 W 830 300 500 600 R 930 300 400 730 F 930 300 500 600 Summer A T 1230 330 R 1230 330 Summer B M 800 1230 T 800 1230 W 800 1230 R 800 1230 F 800 930 1100 1230 125 100 Fall R 1200 100 200 300 F 830 930 1030 1200 Spring R 1130 100 200 300 F 830 930 1030 1200

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77 Table C 1. C ontinued. OCCUPANCY SCHEDULE 1st Floor Session Times Room Max. Occ Season Day In Out In Out In Out In Out 140 72 Fall M 830 100 T 1130 500 W 200 600 R 930 400 Spring M 830 100 T 830 1030 1130 100 300 500 W 100 400 R 930 1030 100 400 F 100 200 206 75 Fall M 800 500 T 800 500 W 800 500 R 800 500 F 800 500 Spring M 800 500 T 800 500 W 800 500 R 800 500 F 800 500 Summer A M 800 500 T 800 500 W 800 500 R 800 500 F 800 500 Summer B M 800 500 T 800 500 W 800 500 R 800 500 F 800 500

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78 Table C 1. C ontinued. OCCUPANCY SCHEDULE 1st Floor Session Times Room Max. Occ Season Day In Out In Out In Out In Out 210 42 Fall M 930 600 T 830 1030 1130 500 W 830 500 R 830 500 F 930 1130 100 300 Spring M 830 600 T 830 1130 100 500 W 830 600 R 1030 200 300 500 F 830 200 Summer A M 800 330 T 800 330 W 800 330 R 800 330 F 800 330 Summer B M 930 200 T 930 200 W 930 200 R 930 200 F 930 200 215 42 Fall M 830 1030 100 200 300 500 T 1030 400 500 830 W 830 1030 R 930 730 F 830 100 Spring M 930 100 300 600 T 830 400 500 730 W 930 730 R 1030 600 F 930 200 Summer A M 800 200 T 800 200 W 800 200 R 800 200 F 800 200 Summer B M 800 200 T 800 200 W 800 200 R 800 200 F 800 200

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79 Table C 1. C ontinued. OCCUPANCY SCHEDULE 1st Floor Session Times Room Max. Occ Season Day In Out In Out In Out In Out 220 42 Fall M 930 400 T 830 500 W 930 300 R 930 600 F 830 400 Spring M 930 1030 1130 200 300 500 T 830 200 W 930 200 300 400 R 830 930 F 930 400 Summer A M 800 200 T 800 200 W 800 200 R 800 200 F 800 200 Summer B M 800 200 T 800 200 W 800 200 R 800 200 F 800 200 225 42 Fall M 830 930 1130 400 T 830 200 300 500 W 830 300 R 830 500 F 830 300 Spring M 930 100 200 400 T 830 500 W 830 500 R 830 300 400 500 F 830 200 Summer A M 930 1100 T 930 1100 W 930 1100 R 930 1100 F 930 1100 Summer B M 930 1230 T 930 1230 W 930 1230 R 930 1230 F 930 1100

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80 Table C 1. C ontinued. OCCUPANCY SCHEDULE 1st Floor Session Times Room Max. Occ Season Day In Out In Out In Out In Out 230 42 Fall M 830 400 T 830 500 W 830 100 200 400 R 830 100 200 300 F 830 300 Spring M 830 930 1030 1130 200 500 T 930 500 W 830 930 1030 1130 200 300 400 600 R 930 100 200 600 F 830 300 Summer A M 930 1230 T 930 1230 W 930 1230 R 930 1230 F 930 1100 Summer B M 1100 200 T 1100 200 W 1100 200 R 1100 200 F 1100 1230 238 70 Fall M 830 400 T 830 500 W 830 100 200 400 R 830 100 200 300 400 730 F 830 300 Spring M 830 200 T 830 1000 300 500 W 830 100 R 830 930 100 400 240 56 Fall M 830 300 T 830 1030 1130 400 W 830 300 R 830 1030 200 400 F 830 1200 Spring M 830 100 T 1130 400 W 830 1030 1130 200 R 830 1030 1130 400 F 830 1200 100 200

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81 APPENDIX D EXISTING BUILDING ENERGY BREAKDOWN Table D 1 Rinker total energy consumption. Actual Value MBtu Cost Unit Cost Electrical 1436.8 $42,475.38 $0.1009 kWh Steam 633.0 $4,405.68 $6.96 Klbs Cooling 3864.0 $39,973.08 $124.14 kton 5933.8 $86,854.14 Figure D 1 Rinker energy consumption breakdown. Figure D 2 Rinker energy costs.

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82 APPENDIX E CALCULATED ENERGY EFFICIENT MEASURES Table E 1 EEM energy breakdown. Approach #1 Benchmark EEM1 Savings Type Mbtu Mbtu % Lighting Energy 283.6 263.1 7.23% Misc Equipment 262.3 262.3 0.00% Space Heating 268.2 277.6 3.50% Space Cooling 3320.3 3311.7 0.26% Pump 418.6 418.6 0.00% Fan 387.5 385.8 0.44% Domestic Hot Water 25 25 0.00% Exterior Usage 89.7 89.7 0.00% Total 5055.2 4944.1 2.20% 111.1 Approach #1 EEM1 MBtu Cost Unit Cost Electricity 1444.5 $42,704.38 $0.1009 kWh Steam 277.6 $1,932.10 $6.96 Klbs Chilled Water 3311.7 $34,259.54 $124.14 kton 5033.8 $78,896.01 Approach #1 EEM2 MBtu Cost Unit Cost Electricity 1466.7 $43,360.69 $0.1009 kWh Steam 268.2 $1,866.67 $6.96 Klbs Chilled Water 3320.3 $34,348.50 $124.14 kton 5055.2 $79,575.86 Approach #1 Benchmark EEM2 Savings Type Mbtu Mbtu % Lighting Energy 283.6 283.6 0.00% Misc Equipment 262.3 261.4 0.34% Space Heating 268.2 268.7 0.19% Space Cooling 3320.3 3320.1 0.01% Pump 418.6 418.6 0.00% Fan 387.5 387.4 0.03% Domestic Hot Water 25 25 0.00% Exterior Usage 89.7 89.7 0.00% Total 5055.2 5054.5 0.01%

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83 Table E 1 Continued Approach #1 EEM2 MBtu Cost Unit Cost Electricity 1465.8 $43,334.08 $0.1009 kWh Steam 268.7 $1,870.15 $6.96 Klbs Chilled Water 3320.7 $34,352.64 $124.14 kton 5055.2 $79,556.87 Approach #1 Benchmark EEM3 Savings Type Mbtu Mbtu % Lighting Energy 283.6 283.6 0.00% Misc Equipment 262.3 262.3 0.00% Space Heating 268.2 267.6 0.22% Space Cooling 3320.3 3318.3 0.06% Pump 418.6 418.6 0.00% Fan 387.5 387 0.13% Domestic Hot Water 25 25 0.00% Exterior Usage 89.7 89.7 0.00% Total 5055.2 5052.1 0.06% Approach #1 EEM3 MBtu Cost Unit Cost Electricity 1466.2 $43,345.91 $0.1009 kWh Steam 267.6 $1,862.50 $6.96 Klbs Chilled Water 3318.3 $34,327.81 $124.14 kton 5052.1 $79,536.22 Approach #1 Benchmark EEM4 Savings Type Mbtu Mbtu % Lighting Energy 283.6 283.6 0.00% Misc Equipment 262.3 174.6 33.43% Space Heating 268.2 269.3 0.41% Space Cooling 3320.3 3317.8 0.08% Pump 418.6 418.6 0.00% Fan 387.5 387.5 0.00% Domestic Hot Water 25 25 0.00% Exterior Usage 89.7 1.95 97.83% Total 5055.2 4878.35 3.50% Approach #1 EEM4 MBtu Cost Unit Cost Electricity 1466.2 $40,684.06 $0.1009 kWh Steam 269.3 $1,874.33 $6.96 Klbs Chilled Water 3317.8 $34,322.64 $124.14 kton 5053.3 $76,881.03

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84 Table E 1 Continued Approach #1 Benchmark EEM5 Savings Type Mbtu Mbtu % Lighting Energy 283.6 283.6 0.00% Misc Equipment 262.3 262.3 0.00% Space Heating 268.2 203.9 23.97% Space Cooling 3320.3 3101.1 6.60% Pump 418.6 366.3 12.49% Fan 387.5 366.6 5.39% Domestic Hot Water 25 25 0.00% Exterior Usage 89.7 89.7 0.00% Total 5055.2 4698.5 7.06% Approach #1 EEM5 MBtu Cost Unit Cost Electricity 1393.5 $41,196.65 $0.1009 kWh Steam 203.9 $1,419.14 $6.96 Klbs Chilled Water 3101.1 $32,080.88 $124.14 kton 5055.2 $74,696.67 Approach #1 Benchmark PAR 1 Savings Type Mbtu Mbtu % Lighting Energy 283.6 261.6 7.76% Misc Equipment 262.3 262.3 0.00% Space Heating 268.2 211.9 20.99% Space Cooling 3320.3 3070.7 7.52% Pump 418.6 348.3 16.79% Fan 387.5 364.2 6.01% Domestic Hot Water 25 25 0.00% Exterior Usage 89.7 89.7 0.00% Total 5055.2 4633.7 8.34% Approach #2 Benchmark EEM1 Savings Type Mbtu Mbtu % Lighting Energy 320.5 311.8 2.71% Misc Equipment 253.2 253.2 0.00% Space Heating 513.9 520.9 1.36% Space Cooling 3635.9 3636 0.00% Pump 549.7 549.7 0.00% Fan 338.6 338.6 0.00% Domestic Hot Water 35 35 0.00% Exterior Usage 89.7 89.7 0.00% Total 5736.5 5734.9 0.03%

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85 Table E 1 Continued Approach #2 EEM1 MBtu Cost Unit Cost Electricity 1578.1 $46,654.06 $0.1009 kWh Steam 520.9 $3,625.46 $6.96 Klbs Chilled Water 3636 $37,614.42 $124.14 kton 5735 $87,893.94 Approach #2 EEM2 MBtu Cost Unit Cost Electricity 1466.7 $43,360.69 $0.1009 kWh Steam 268.2 $1,866.67 $6.96 Klbs Chilled Water 3320.3 $34,348.50 $124.14 kton 5055.2 $79,575.86 Approach #2 Benchmark EEM2 Savings Type Mbtu Mbtu % Lighting Energy 320.5 320.5 0.00% Misc Equipment 253.2 252.4 0.32% Space Heating 513.9 514.6 0.14% Space Cooling 3635.9 3635.8 0.00% Pump 549.7 549.7 0.00% Fan 338.6 338.6 0.00% Domestic Hot Water 35 35 0.00% Exterior Usage 89.7 89.7 0.00% Total 5736.5 5736.3 0.00% Approach #2 EEM2 MBtu Cost Unit Cost Electricity 1585.9 $46,884.65 $0.1009 kWh Steam 514.6 $3,581.62 $6.96 Klbs Chilled Water 3635.8 $37,612.35 $124.14 kton 5736.3 $88,078.62 Approach #2 Benchmark EEM3 Savings Type Mbtu Mbtu % Lighting Energy 320.5 320.5 0.00% Misc Equipment 253.2 253.2 0.00% Space Heating 513.9 512.6 0.25% Space Cooling 3635.9 3633.2 0.07% Pump 549.7 549.7 0.00% Fan 338.6 338.1 0.15% Domestic Hot Water 35 35 0.00% Exterior Usage 89.7 89.7 0.00% Total 5736.5 5732 0.08%

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86 Table E 1 Continued Approach #2 Benchmark EEM3 Savings Approach #2 EEM3 MBtu Cost Unit Cost Electricity 1586.2 $46,893.52 $0.1009 kWh Steam 512.6 $3,567.70 $6.96 Klbs Chilled Water 3633.2 $37,585.45 $124.14 kton 5732 $88,046.67 Approach #2 Benchmark EEM4 Savings Type Mbtu Mbtu % Lighting Energy 320.5 320.5 0.00% Misc Equipment 253.2 165.5 34.64% Space Heating 513.9 516.1 0.43% Space Cooling 3635.9 3634.5 0.04% Pump 549.7 549.7 0.00% Fan 338.6 338.5 0.03% Domestic Hot Water 35 35 0.00% Exterior Usage 89.7 1.95 97.83% Total 5736.5 5561.75 3.05% Approach #2 EEM4 MBtu Cost Unit Cost Electricity 1586.6 $44,243.50 $0.1009 kWh Steam 516.1 $3,592.06 $6.96 Klbs Chilled Water 3634.5 $37,598.90 $124.14 kton 5737.2 $85,434.46 Approach #2 Benchmark EEM5 Savings Type Mbtu Mbtu % Lighting Energy 320.5 320.5 0.00% Misc Equipment 253.2 253.2 0.00% Space Heating 513.9 309.9 39.70% Space Cooling 3635.9 3188.8 12.30% Pump 549.7 446.4 18.79% Fan 338.6 300.1 11.37% Domestic Hot Water 35 35 0.00% Exterior Usage 89.7 89.7 0.00% Total 5736.5 4943.6 13.82% Approach #2 EEM5 MBtu Cost Unit Cost Electricity 1444.9 $42,716.21 $0.1009 kWh Steam 309.9 $2,156.90 $6.96 Klbs Chilled Water 3188.8 $32,988.14 $124.14 kton 5055.2 $77,861.25

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87 Table E 1 Continued Approach #2 Benchmark PAR 1 Savings Type Mbtu Mbtu % Lighting Energy 320.5 297.9 7.05% Misc Equipment 253.2 252.3 0.36% Space Heating 513.9 320 37.73% Space Cooling 3635.9 3177.7 12.60% Pump 549.7 446.4 18.79% Fan 338.6 298.1 11.96% Domestic Hot Water 35 35 0.00% Exterior Usage 89.7 89.7 0.00% Total 5736.5 4917.1 14.28% Approach #2 Benchmark EEM6 Savings Type Mbtu Mbtu % Lighting Energy 320.5 320.5 0.00% Misc Equipment 253.2 253.2 0.00% Space Heating 513.9 514.8 0.18% Space Cooling 3635.9 3564.1 1.97% Pump 549.7 572.6 4.17% Fan 338.6 295.4 12.76% Domestic Hot Water 35 35 0.00% Exterior Usage 89.7 89.7 0.00% Total 5736.5 5645.3 1.59% Approach #2 EEM6 MBtu Cost Unit Cost Electricity 1566.4 $46,308.16 $0.1009 kWh Steam 514.8 $3,583.01 $6.96 Klbs Chilled Water 3564.1 $36,870.61 $124.14 kton 5645.3 $86,761.79 Approach #2 Benchmark EEM7 Savings Type Mbtu Mbtu % Lighting Energy 320.5 320.5 0.00% Misc Equipment 253.2 253.2 0.00% Space Heating 513.9 377.2 26.60% Space Cooling 3635.9 3217.9 11.50% Pump 549.7 467.1 15.03% Fan 338.6 306.7 9.42% Domestic Hot Water 35 35 0.00% Exterior Usage 89.7 89.7 0.00% Total 5736.5 5067.3 11.67%

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88 Table E 1 Continued Approach #2 Benchmark EEM7 Savings Approach #2 EEM7 MBtu Cost Unit Cost Electricity 1472.2 $43,523.29 $0.1009 kWh Steam 377.2 $2,625.31 $6.96 Klbs Chilled Water 3217.9 $33,289.18 $124.14 kton 5067.3 $79,437.77 Approach #2 Benchmark EEM8 Savings Type Mbtu Mbtu % Lighting Energy 320.5 286.3 10.67% Misc Equipment 253.2 253.2 0.00% Space Heating 513.9 527.2 2.59% Space Cooling 3635.9 3617.1 0.52% Pump 549.7 549.7 0.00% Fan 338.6 336.1 0.74% Domestic Hot Water 35 35 0.00% Exterior Usage 89.7 89.7 0.00% Total 5736.5 5694.3 0.74% Approach #2 EEM8 MBtu Cost Unit Cost Electricity 1549.9 $45,820.37 $0.1009 kWh Steam 527.2 $3,669.31 $6.96 Klbs Chilled Water 3617.1 $37,418.90 $124.14 kton 5694.2 $86,908.58 Approach #2 Benchmark EEM9 Savings Type Mbtu Mbtu % Lighting Energy 320.5 320.5 0.00% Misc Equipment 253.2 253.2 0.00% Space Heating 513.9 505.4 1.65% Space Cooling 3635.9 3635.9 0.00% Pump 549.7 557.8 1.47% Fan 338.6 338.6 0.00% Domestic Hot Water 35 35 0.00% Exterior Usage 89.7 89.7 0.00% Total 5736.5 5736.1 0.01% Approach #2 EEM9 MBtu Cost Unit Cost Electricity 1594.9 $47,150.72 $0.1009 kWh Steam 505.4 $3,517.58 $6.96 Klbs Chilled Water 3635.9 $37,613.39 $124.14 kton 5736.2 $88,281.69

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89 Table E 1 Continued Approach #2 Benchmark EEM 10 Savings Type Mbtu Mbtu % Lighting Energy 320.5 320.5 0.00% Misc Equipment 253.2 253.2 0.00% Space Heating 513.9 513.9 0.00% Space Cooling 3635.9 3595.8 1.10% Pump 549.7 505.2 8.10% Fan 338.6 338.6 0.00% Domestic Hot Water 35 35 0.00% Exterior Usage 89.7 89.7 0.00% Total 5736.5 5651.9 1.47% Approach #2 EEM10 MBtu Cost Unit Cost Electricity 1542.3 $45,595.68 $0.1009 kWh Steam 513.9 $3,576.74 $6.96 Klbs Chilled Water 3595.8 $37,198.55 $124.14 kton 5652 $86,370.98 Approach #2 Benchmark EEM11 Savings Type Mbtu Mbtu % Lighting Energy 320.5 320.5 0.00% Misc Equipment 253.2 245.5 3.04% Space Heating 513.9 516.2 0.45% Space Cooling 3635.9 3630.5 0.15% Pump 549.7 549.7 0.00% Fan 338.6 337.9 0.21% Domestic Hot Water 35 35 0.00% Exterior Usage 89.7 89.7 0.00% Total 5736.5 5725 0.20% Approach #2 EEM11 MBtu Cost Unit Cost Electricity 1578.3 $46,659.97 $0.1009 kWh Steam 516.2 $3,592.75 $6.96 Klbs Chilled Water 3630.5 $37,557.52 $124.14 kton 5055.2 $87,810.24 Approach #2 Benchmark PAR 2 Savings Type Mbtu Mbtu % Lighting Energy 320.5 263.2 17.88% Misc Equipment 253.2 245.5 3.04% Space Heating 513.9 216.6 57.85% Space Cooling 3635.9 2719.5 25.20%

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90 Table E 1 Continued Approach #2 Benchmark PAR 2 Savings Pump 549.7 334.4 39.17% Fan 338.6 265.2 21.68% Domestic Hot Water 35 35 0.00% Exterior Usage 89.7 89.7 0.00% Total 5736.5 4169.1 27.32%

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91 APPENDIX F CONVERSION FORMULAS kWh = tonhrs x (12,000 kWh / 3413 tonhrs) = ton hrs x 3.52 kWh = klbs x (1181 Btu / 1.0 lbs) x (1,000 lbs / klbs) x (1 kWh / 3,413 Btu) klbs x 346.0 kWh = therms x (100,000 Btu / therm ) x (1 kWh / 3413 Btu) = therms x 29.3 EUI = KWH X (3413 BT U / 1 KWH) X (1 / 10 00) = (KWH X 3.413 / SQUARE FEET)

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92 APPENDIX G RINKER GENERAL INFORMATION Source: http://www.buildinggreen.com/hpb/overview.cfm?projectID=286 Rinker Hall at the University of Florida Overview Location: Gainesville, FL Building type(s): Higher education New construction 47,300 ft2 (4,390 m2) Project scope: 3story building Urban setting Completed March 2003 Rating: U.S. Green Building Council LEED NC, v.2/v.2.1 --Level: Gold ( 39 points) Rinker Hall is a educational facility within the UFs College of Design and Construction, which includes 1,500 students and 100 faculty members. Rinker Hall serves the students of the School of Building Construction, the nation's oldest and mos t recognized program of this type. Accommodating 450 students, the building includes a mix of classrooms, teaching labs, construction labs, faculty and administrative offices, and student facilities. Environmental Aspects Rinker Hall incorporates a range of green building features and, in 2004, achieved a LEED(r) Gold rating from the U.S. Green Building Council. Rinker Hall is oriented on a pure northsouth axis, demonstrating the ability to utilize lowangle light for daylighting. Egress paths from all classrooms at all levels are daylit, allowing for emergency exit during a daytime power failure.

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93 Materials were reviewed for proximity in manufacturing, recycled content, renewableresource content, sustainable harvesting, longevity, low maintenance requirements, low toxicity, and ability to be recycled or reused at the end of a useful life. Largescale, open, linear accessibility was "mapped" through all major classroom spaces in such a manner as to provide nondisruptive servicing and maximum flexibility for future retrofit. The building was also designed through material selection, assembly, and detailing to facilitate disassembly. Two major programmatic areas, the assembly room on the north and the construction shop on the east, were fully or partially incor porated in the design as indoor/outdoor spaces. They take advantage of measurable thermal shading and sheltering attributes at the "edge condition" of the building. Owner & Occupancy Owned and occupied by University of Florida, State government Typically occupied by 38 people, 50 hours per person per week; and 450 visitors per week, 16 hours per visitor per week

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94 APPENDIX H CLIMATIC DATA AND ANALYSIS Table H 1 Heating degree days 2010 2009 2008 Average Month Starting HDD % Estimated HDD % Estimated HDD % Estimated HDD High Value Low Value January 426 0 294 0 358 0 359 413 305 February 360 0 242 0 168 0 257 295 218 March 199 6 117 0 87 0 134 154 114 April 31 0 52 0 24 0 36 41 30 May 0 0 9 0 10 16 6 7 5 June 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 July 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 August 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 September 0 0 1 0 2 0 1 1 1 October 22 0 37 0 54 0 38 43 32 November 101 0 90 0 191 0 127 146 108 December 447 6 276 6 168 0 297 342 252 Total 1586 1118 1062 136 156 116 Description: Fahrenheit based heating degree days for a base temperature of 65F Source: www.degreedays.net (using temperature data from www.wunderground.com) Accuracy: Estimates were made to account for missing data: the "% Estimated" column shows how much each figure was affected (0% is best, 100% is worst) Station: UF Campus, Gainesville, FL, US Station ID: KFLGAINE10

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95 Table H 2 Cooling degree days 2010 2009 2008 Average Month starting CDD % Estimated CDD % Estimated CDD % Estimated CDD High Value Low Value January 29 0 46 0 17 0 31 35 26 February 11 0 46 0 79 0 45 52 39 March 35 6 143 0 142 0 107 123 91 April 207 0 187 0 291 0 228 263 194 May 422 0 328 0 357 16 369 424 314 June 522 0 496 0 440 0 486 559 413 July 544 0 489 0 467 10 500 575 425 August 527 0 490 0 468 0 495 569 421 September 454 0 444 0 421 0 440 506 374 October 277 0 336 0 224 0 279 321 237 November 122 0 103 0 73 0 99 114 84 December 17 6 59 6 93 0 56 65 48 Total 3167 3167 3072 Description: Fahrenheit based cooling degree days for a base temperature of 65F Source: www.degreedays.net (using temperature data from www.wunderground.com) Accuracy: Estimates were made to account for missing data: the "% Estimated" column shows how much each figure was affected (0% is best, 100% is worst) Station: UF Campus, Gainesville, FL, US Station ID: KFLGAINE10

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96 Figure H 1 Heating degreedays graph. Figure H 2 Cooling degreedays graph. Heating Degree Days -100 0 100 200 300 400 500 January February March April May June July August September October November December Heating Degree Days 2010 High Value Low Value Cooling Degree Days 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 January February March April May June July August September October November December Cooling Degree Days 2010 High Value Low Value

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97 APPENDIX I COMPARISON OF BUILDI NG SCHEDULES BY APPROACH Figure I 1 California ACM Manual schedules

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98 Figure I 2 California ACM Manual schedules

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99 Figure I 3 Fan system usage graph. Figure I 4 Building occupancy graph.

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100 Figure I 5 Heating system setpoint graph. Figure I 6 Cooling setpoint graph

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101 APPENDIX J BUILDING SHELL UVALUE CALCULATIONS Figure J 1 Rinker wall U value calculations Rinker Hall Preliminary Analysis Exterior Wall Type 1 Metal Panel 99% 6/9/2010 Parallel Path Method Cavity Stud Exterior Air Film 0.17 0.17 Standard 90.1-2007 (Sec. A9.4.1) Metal Panel 0 0 Assumption Air Layer 1 1 ColoradoEnergy.org Metal Panel 0 0 Assumption Exterior Sheathing 5/8" 0.77 0.77 ColoradoEnergy.org Cellulose Insulation, 6" (R.3.2 per inch) 19.2 ColoradoEnergy.org Metal Stud 0 Assumption Semi-Rigid Insulation, 1-1/2" (R3.0 per inch) 4.5 4.5 ColoradoEnergy.org Gypsum Board, 5/8" 0.56 0.56 Standard 90.1-2007 (Sec. A9.4.1) Interior Air Film 0.68 0.68 Standard 90.1-2007 (Sec. A9.4.1) TOTAL R-VALUE 26.88 7.68 OVERALL R-VALUE 25.344 OVERALL U-VALUE 0.03945707 Assumptions Metal panel and stud has a R-value of 0 h.sf.degF/Btu Metal stud occupies approximately 8% of the transmission area Exterior Wall Type 2 Curtain Wall Glazing 1% Parallel Path Method Cavity Stud Exterior Air Film 0.17 0.17 Standard 90.1-2007 (Sec. A9.4.1) Curtain Wall Glazing 0.91 0 ColoradoEnergy.org Metal Panel 0 0 Assumption Cellulose Insulation, 6" (R.3.2 per inch) 19.2 ColoradoEnergy.org Metal Stud 0 Assumption Semi-Rigid Insulation, 1-1/2" (R3.0 per inch) 4.5 4.5 ColoradoEnergy.org Gypsum Board, 5/8" 0.56 0.56 Standard 90.1-2007 (Sec. A9.4.1) Interior Air Film 0.68 0.68 Standard 90.1-2007 (Sec. A9.4.1) TOTAL R-VALUE 26.02 5.91 OVERALL R-VALUE 24.4112 OVERALL U-VALUE 0.0409648 Assumptions Metal panel and stud has a R-value of 0 h.sf.degF/Btu Metal stud occupies approximately 8% of the transmission area Wall R-Value Weighted Average 25.33 Wall U-Value Weighted Average 0.0394716 Material R-Value Data Source Material R-Value Data Source

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102 Figure J 2 Rinker Roof U value calculations Exterior Roof Type 1 Built-up Roof Material R-Value Exterior Air Film 0.92 Metal Deck, 1-1/2" 0 Roof Insulation, 5-1/4" 29.19 Light Weight Concrete 0.24 Built-up Roof Membrane 0.33 Outdoor Air Film 0.17 TOTAL R-VALUE 30.85 OVERAL U-VALE 0.03241491 Assumptions Metal panel and stud has a R-value of 0 h.sf.degF/Btu Metal stud occupies approximately 8% of the transmission area ColoradoEnergy.org Standard 90.1-2007 (Sec. A9.4.1) Data Source Standard 90.1-2007 (Sec. A9.4.1) Assumption RoofHelp.org RoofHelp.org

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103 APPENDIX K BLCC DETAILED REPORT NIST BLCC 5.3 10: Detailed LCC Analysis Consistent with Federal Life Cycle Cost Methodology and Procedures, 10 CFR, Part 436, Subpart A General Information File Name: /Applications/BLCC5/projects/Energy Audit Thesis Rinker Hall.xml Date of Study: Sun Jul 03 22:31:51 EDT 2011 Analysis Type: FEMP Analysis, Energy Project Project Name: Rinker Hall Project Location: Florida Analyst: Base Date: April 1, 201 0 Service Date: April 1, 2010 Study Period: 20 years 0 months (April 1, 2010 through March 31, 2030) Discount Rate: 20% Discounting Convention: End of Year Discount and Escalation Rates are REAL (exclusive of general inflation) Alternative: APPROACH #1 PAR #1 Initial Cost Data (not Discounted) Initial Capital Costs (adjusted for price escalation) Initial Capital Costs for All Components: $0 Energy Costs: Electricity (base year dollars) Average Average Average Average Annual Usage Price/Unit Annual Cost Annual Demand Annual Rebate 1,351.1 MBtu $29.54000 $39,911 $0 $0 Energy Costs: Chilled Water (base year dollars) Average Average Average Average

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104 Annual Usage Price/Unit Annual Cost Annual Demand Annual Rebate 3,070.7 MBtu $10.35000 $31,782 $0 $0 Energy Costs: Steam (base year dollars) Average Average Average Average Annual Usage Price/Unit Annual Cost Annual Demand Annual Rebate 211.9 MBtu $6.96000 $1,475 $0 $0 Life Cycle Cost Analysis Present Value Annual Value Initial Capital Costs $0 $0 Energy Costs Energy Consumption Costs $343,805 $70,604 Energy Demand Charges $0 $0 Energy Utility Rebates $0 $0 ----------------------Subtotal (for Energy): $343,805 $70,604 Water Usage Costs $0 $0 Water Disposal Costs $0 $0 Operating, Maintenance & Repair Costs ----------------------Subtotal (for OM&R): $0 $0 Replacements to Capital Components ----------------------Subtotal (for Replacements): $0 $0

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105 Residual Value of Original Capital Components ----------------------Subtotal (for Residual Value): $0 $0 Residual Value of Capital Replacements ----------------------Subtotal (for Residual Value): $0 $0 Total Life Cycle Cost $343,805 $70,604 Emissions Summary Energy Name Annual Life Cycle Electricity: CO2 258,882.37 kg 5,176,938.57 kg SO2 1,304.50 kg 26,086.40 kg NOx 386.36 kg 7,726.14 kg Chilled Water: CO2 588,372.50 kg 11,765,839.15 kg SO2 2,964.79 kg 59,287.62 kg NOx 878.10 kg 17,559.50 kg Steam: CO2 40,601.86 kg 811,926.05 kg SO2 204.59 kg 4,091.26 kg NOx 60.59 kg 1,211.73 kg Total: CO2 887,856.73 kg 17,754,703.77 kg SO2 4,473.88 kg 89,465.29 kg NOx 1,325.05 kg 26,497.37 kg

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106 Alternative: APPROACH #2 PAR #1 Initial Cost Data (not Discounted) Initial Capital Costs (adjusted for price escalation) Initial Capital Costs for All Components: $0 Energy Costs: Electricity (base year dollars) Average Average Average Average Annual Usage Price/Unit Annual Cost Annual Demand Annual Rebate 1,420.1 MBtu $29.54000 $41,950 $0 $0 Energy Costs: Chilled Water (base year dollars) Average Average Average Average Annual Usage Price/Unit Annual Cost Annual Demand Annual Rebate 3,177.7 MBtu $10.35000 $32,889 $0 $0 Energy Costs: Stream (base year dollars) Average Average Average Average Annual Usage Price/Unit Annual Cost Annual Demand Annual Rebate 320.0 MBtu $6.94000 $2,221 $0 $0 Life Cycle Cost Analysis Present Value Annual Value Initial Capital Costs $0 $0 Energy Costs Energy Consumption Costs $362,092 $74,359 Energy Demand Charges $0 $0 Energy Utility Rebates $0 $0 ----------------------Subtotal (for Energy): $362,092 $74,359

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107 Water Usage Costs $0 $0 Water Disposal Costs $0 $0 Operating, Maintenance & Repair Costs ----------------------Subtotal (for OM&R): $0 $0 Replacements to Capital Components ----------------------Subtotal (for Replacements): $0 $0 Residual Value of Original Capital Components ----------------------Subtotal (for Residual Value): $0 $0 Residual Value of Capital Replacements ----------------------Subtotal (for Residual Value): $0 $0 Total Life Cycle Cost $362,092 $74,359 Emissions Summary Energy Name Annual Life Cycle Electricity : CO2 272,103.36 kg 5,441,322.23 kg SO2 1,371.12 kg 27,418.62 kg NOx 406.09 kg 8,120.71 kg Chilled Water: CO2 608,874.62 kg 12,175,825.40 kg

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108 SO2 3,068.10 kg 61,353.53 kg NOx 908.69 kg 18,171.37 kg Stream: CO2 61,314.75 kg 1,226,127.11 kg SO2 308.96 kg 6,178.41 kg NOx 91.51 kg 1,829.89 kg Total: CO2 942,292.73 kg 18,843,274.75 kg SO2 4,748.18 kg 94,950.55 kg NOx 1,406.29 kg 28,121.97 kg Alternative: APPROACH #2 PAR #2 Initial Cost Data (not Discounted) Initial Capital Costs (adjusted for price escalation) Initial Capital Costs for All Components: $17,024 Component: Motion Sensors CostPhasing Date Portion Yearly Cost April 1, 2010 100% $512 ----------------------Total (for Component) $512 Component: Room Shutoff Timers CostPhasing Date Portion Yearly Cost April 1, 2010 100% $512 ----------------------Total (for Component) $512 Component: Detailed Energy Audit CostPhasing Date Portion Yearly Cost

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109 April 1, 2010 100% $16,000 ----------------------Total (for Component) $16,000 Energy Costs: Electricity (base year dollars) Average Average Average Average Annual Usage Price/Unit Annual Cost Annual Demand Annual Rebate 1,233.0 MBtu $29.54000 $36,423 $0 $0 Energy Costs: Chilled Water (base year dollars) Average Average Average Average Annual Usage Price/Unit Annual Cost Annual Demand Annual Rebate 2,719.0 MBtu $10.35000 $28,142 $0 $0 Energy Costs: Steam (base year dollars) Average Average Average Average Annual Usage Price/Unit Annual Cost Annual Demand Annual Rebate 216.6 MBtu $6.94000 $1,503 $0 $0 Life Cycle Cost Analysis Present Value Annual Value Initial Capital Costs $17,024 $3,496 Energy Costs Energy Consumption Costs $310,442 $63,752 Energy Demand Charges $0 $0 Energy Utility Rebates $0 $0 ----------------------Subtotal (for Energy): $310,442 $63,752

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110 Water Usage Costs $0 $0 Water Disposal Costs $0 $0 Operating, Maintenance & Repair Costs Component: Motion Sensors Annually Recurring Costs $0 $0 Non Annually Recurring Costs $0 $0 Component: Room Shutoff Timers Annually Recurring Costs $0 $0 Non Annually Recurring Costs $0 $0 Component: Detailed Energy Audit Annually Recurring Costs $0 $0 Non Annually Recurring Costs $0 $0 ----------------------Subtotal (for OM&R): $0 $0 Replacements to Capital Components Component: Motion Sensors $0 $0 Component: Room Shutoff Timers $0 $0 Component: Detailed Energy Audit $0 $0 ----------------------Subtotal (for Replacements): $0 $0 Residual Value of Original Capital Components Component: Motion Sensors $0 $0 Component: Room Shutoff Timers $0 $0 Component: Detailed Energy Audit $0 $0 ----------------------Subtotal (for Residual Value): $0 $0

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111 Residual Value of Capital Replacements Component: Motion Sensors $0 $0 Component: Room Shutoff Timers $0 $0 Component: Detailed Energy Audit $0 $0 ----------------------Subtotal (for Residual Value): $0 $0 Total Life Cycle Cost $327,466 $67,248 Emissions Summary Energy Name Annual Life Cycle Electricity: CO2 236,253.39 kg 4,724,421.04 kg SO2 1,190.47 kg 23,806.18 kg NOx 352.59 kg 7,050.79 kg Chilled Water: CO2 520,983.76 kg 10,418,248.82 kg SO2 2,625.22 kg 52,497.16 kg NOx 777.52 kg 15,548.34 kg Steam: CO2 41,502.42 kg 829,934.79 kg SO2 209.13 kg 4,182.01 kg NOx 61.94 kg 1,238.61 kg Total: CO2 798,739.57 kg 15,972,604.65 kg SO2 4,024.82 kg 80,485.36 kg NOx 1,192.05 kg 23,837.74 kg

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112 Alternative: Existing Data Initial Cost Data (not Discounted) Initial Capital Costs (adjusted for price escalation) Initial Capital Costs for All Components: $0 Component: CostPhasing Date Portion Yearly Cost April 1, 2010 100% $0 ----------------------Total (for Component) $0 Energy Costs: Electricity (base year dollars) Average Average Average Average Annual Usage Price/Unit Annual Cost Annual Demand Annual Rebate 1,436.8 MBtu $29.54000 $42,443 $0 $0 Energy Costs: Chilled Water (base year dollars) Average Average Average Average Annual Usage Price/Unit Annual Cost Annual Demand Annual Rebate 3,864.0 MBtu $10.35000 $39,992 $0 $0 Energy Costs: Steam (base year dollars) Average Average Average Average Annual Usage Price/Unit Annual Cost Annual Demand Annual Rebate 633.0 MBtu $6.96000 $4,406 $0 $0 Life Cycle Cost Analysis Present Value Annual Value Initial Capital Costs $0 $0

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113 Energy Costs Energy Consumption Costs $420,903 $86,436 Energy Demand Charges $0 $0 Energy Utility Rebates $0 $0 ----------------------Subtotal (for Energy): $420,903 $86,436 Water Usage Costs $0 $0 Water Disposal Costs $0 $0 Operating, Maintenance & Repair Costs Component: Annually Recurring Costs $0 $0 Non Annually Recurring Costs $0 $0 ----------------------Subtotal (for OM&R): $0 $0 Replacements to Capital Components Component: $0 $0 ----------------------Subtotal (for Replacements): $0 $0 Residual Value of Original Capital Components Component: $0 $0 ----------------------Subtotal (for Residual Value): $0 $0 Residual Value of Capital Replacements Component: $0 $0 ----------------------

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114 Subtotal (for Residual Value): $0 $0 Total Life Cycle Cost $420,903 $86,436 Emissions Summary Energy Name Annual Life Cycle Electricity: CO2 275,303.22 kg 5,505,310.74 kg SO2 1,387.24 kg 27,741.05 kg NOx 410.87 kg 8,216.20 kg Chilled Water: CO2 740,375.60 kg 14,805,484.90 kg SO2 3,730.72 kg 74,604.28 kg NOx 1,104.95 kg 22,095.91 kg Steam: CO2 121,288.24 kg 2,425,432.70 kg SO2 611.17 kg 12,221.66 kg NOx 181.01 kg 3,619.75 kg Total: CO2 1,136,967.06 kg 22,736,228.34 kg SO2 5,729.13 kg 114,567.00 kg NOx 1,696.83 kg 33,931.87 kg

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126 APPENDIX M RINKER WORK ORDERS Work Order Breakdown Scheduled Inspection Filters for Air Handler, Monthly Elevator, Monthly Emergency & Exit Lighting Control Air Compressor Generator, Monthly Domestic Pump Heating Hot Water Pumps, Semi Annual Fire Pumps, Quarterly Chilled Water Pumps, Quarterly Check Controls Special Call in Room Temperature Setpoints Relamping Chilled Water Pump Insulation Light Sensors Elevator not working Assist JCI with Controls C/R AHU#2 and heat recovery unit as per Work Order # Pgm_f y Title Entered_Dat e 1357514 2011 C/R REPLACE BATTERY TO GENERATOR 6/13/2011 10:49 1356240 2011 RM 215 COLD 6/2/2011 10:50 1355593 2011 WATERLESS URINAL CARTRIDGE & BATTERY CK 6/1/2011 0:00 1355474 2011 SEMI ANNUAL ELECT PANEL ROOM INSPECTION 6/1/2011 0:00 1354996 2011 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 6/1/2011 0:00 1354995 2011 GENERATOR QUARTERLY, E&G 6/1/2011 0:00 1354855 2011 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 6/1/2011 0:00 1354556 2011 ELEVATOR BI MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 6/1/2011 0:00 1354555 2011 ELEVATOR QUARTERLY, E&G, HYDRO PASSENGER 6/1/2011 0:00 1354554 2011 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 6/1/2011 0:00

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127 1354258 2011 CONTROL AIR COMPRESSOR WITH DRYER AND AF 6/1/2011 0:00 1354036 2011 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 6/1/2011 0:00 1353817 2011 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 6/1/2011 0:00 1352178 2011 NEED TO UPDATE SARGENT KEYPAD SOFTWARE 5/24/2011 16:27 1350848 2011 CONTROLER IS OFF LINE 5/13/2011 16:13 1349401 2011 ATT JOEL: FAB NEW OFFICE IN 236 5/2/2011 15:58 1348202 2011 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 5/2/2011 0:00 1348018 2011 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 5/2/2011 0:00 1348017 2011 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, ANNUAL 5/2/2011 0:00 1348016 2011 FIRE PUMPS, ANNUAL, E&G 5/2/2011 0:00 1347736 2011 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 5/2/2011 0:00 1347247 2011 BACKFLOW PREVENTER RP; LARGER THAN 2.5" 5/2/2011 0:00 1347246 2011 BACKFLOW PREVENTER RP; LARGER THAN 2.5" 5/2/2011 0:00 1347245 2011 BACKFLOW PREVENTER RP; LARGER THAN 2.5" 5/2/2011 0:00 1347141 2011 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 5/2/2011 0:00 1346039 2011 DOMESTIC PUMP 4/28/2011 0:00 1345476 2011 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 4/28/2011 0:00 1345076 2011 ADJUST HVAC TO ACCODOMATE ROOM RESERVATI 4/28/2011 8:50 1344798 2011 CONTROLER IS OFF LINE 4/27/2011 7:40 1344249 2011 RELAMP BURNT OUT BULB IN PIT 272 1 4/21/2011 14:58 1344207 2011 TOO HOT STUDENTS IN THIS ROOM 4/21/2011 11:10 1343952 2011 C/R TO HOT SEE FOSTER 4/20/2011 8:45 1343876 2011 CHANGE OUT URINAL FILTERS 4/19/2011 14:27 1343046 2011 REPORTED CLASSROOM TOO HOT REPORTED TO 4/12/2011 23:16 1342964 2011 FILTER NEEDS TO BE CHANGED URIANL NOT WO 4/12/2011 12:01 1342940 2011 URINAL IS CLOGGED FILTER THAT NEED 4/12/2011 10:58 1342113 2011 BACKFLOW DUMPING OUTSIDE MACHINE ROOM ON 4/6/2011 7:16

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128 1341168 2011 HEATING HOT WATER PUMPS; SEMI ANNUAL 4/5/2011 0:00 1341167 2011 HEATING HOT WATER PUMPS; SEMI ANNUAL 4/5/2011 0:00 1340951 2011 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 4/5/2011 0:00 1340802 2011 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 4/5/2011 0:00 1340801 2011 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 4/5/2011 0:00 1340800 2011 FIRE PUMPS, QUARTERLY, E&G 4/5/2011 0:00 1340659 2011 EXHAUST FANS SEMI ANNUAL, E & G 4/5/2011 0:00 1340437 2011 ELEVATOR SEMI ANNUAL, E&G 4/5/2011 0:00 1340436 2011 ELEVATOR BI MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 4/5/2011 0:00 1340435 2011 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 4/5/2011 0:00 1340207 2011 CHILLED WATER PUMPS QUARTERLY 4/5/2011 0:00 1340206 2011 CHILLED WATER PUMPS QUARTERLY 4/5/2011 0:00 1339856 2011 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 4/5/2011 0:00 1339751 2011 RM 220 DOOR KNOB IS ABOUT TO FALL OFF 4/4/2011 15:35 1339712 2011 RM 145 RELAMP 4/4/2011 13:05 1339709 2011 2ND FL RM 245 SINK PUSH KNOB KEEPS RUNNI 4/4/2011 13:04 1339699 2011 MENS RESTROOM: 2ND FLR THE WATER AT SINK 4/4/2011 12:54 1338967 2011 HEATING HOT WATER PUMPS; SEMI ANNUAL 4/4/2011 0:00 1338966 2011 HEATING HOT WATER PUMPS; SEMI ANNUAL 4/4/2011 0:00 1338897 2011 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 4/4/2011 0:00 1338783 2011 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 4/4/2011 0:00 1338782 2011 FIRE PUMPS, QUARTERLY, E&G 4/4/2011 0:00 1338667 2011 EXHAUST FANS SEMI ANNUAL, E & G 4/4/2011 0:00 1338522 2011 ELEVATOR SEMI ANNUAL, E&G 4/4/2011 0:00 1338397 2011 CHILLED WATER PUMPS QUARTERLY 4/4/2011 0:00 1338396 2011 CHILLED WATER PUMPS QUARTERLY 4/4/2011 0:00 1338144 2011 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 4/4/2011 0:00 1335871 2011 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 4/1/2011 0:00 1334680 2011 RELAMP LIGHT IS NOT WORKING 3/31/2011 10:56 1334555 2011 RENOVATION TO RM 125 ATT. JOEL ELLIS 3/30/2011 15:02 1334539 2011 AIR FAN NOT RUNING CHANGE FILTERS IN OU 3/30/2011 14:04 1334014 2011 REPAIR LIGHT POLE 3/25/2011 16:25 1333882 2011 FLUSH OUT SYSTEM 3/25/2011 7:18 1333662 2011 HVAC TOO HOT 3/23/2011 14:04 1333592 2011 FAB 1 KEY #2336 3/23/2011 10:18

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129 1333545 2011 CHECK CONTROLS 3/23/2011 7:06 1333127 2011 REPORTED ELEVATOR BLEW BREAKER NO POWER 3/20/2011 16:33 1333126 2011 REPORTED DOOR NOT WORKING DOOR STUCK OP 3/20/2011 16:24 1333124 2011 NO POWER IN BLDG REPORTED ERIC BURCH & 3/20/2011 16:17 1333123 2011 REPORTED PERSON STUCK IN ELEVATOR REPORT 3/20/2011 16:14 1333023 2011 210 & 215 TOO HOT 3/18/2011 10:05 1333022 2011 DOOR HANDLE IS LOOSE AND COMING OFF 3/18/2011 10:03 1331457 2011 FIXED SEATING AND CLASSROOM REPAIRS 3/7/2011 6:55 1330526 2011 WATERLESS URINAL CARTRIDGE & BATTERY CK 3/1/2011 0:00 1329890 2011 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 3/1/2011 0:00 1329889 2011 GENERATOR QUARTERLY, E&G 3/1/2011 0:00 1329740 2011 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 3/1/2011 0:00 1329421 2011 ELEVATOR QUARTERLY, E&G, HYDRO PASSENGER 3/1/2011 0:00 1329420 2011 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 3/1/2011 0:00 1329089 2011 CONTROL AIR COMPRESSOR WITH DRYER AND AF 3/1/2011 0:00 1328900 2011 GENERAL BUILDING INSPECTIONSEMI ANNUAL 3/1/2011 0:00 1328765 2011 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 3/1/2011 0:00 1328558 2011 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 3/1/2011 0:00 1326734 2011 TOO HOT 2/23/2011 14:24 1326721 2011 210 & 215 TOO HOT CLASSROOMS ARE GOING O 2/23/2011 13:47 1326370 2011 C/R URNIAL IS NOT WORKING 2/21/2011 13:24 1326137 2011 KEY FAB (2) KEYS FOR ROOM 201 & (2) KEYS 2/18/2011 8:54 1326002 2011 3RD FLR EXIT SIGN: AS YOU GET OFF ELEVAT 2/17/2011 9:43 1324474 2011 REINSTALL ELECTRONIC KEYPAD ON 3RD FLOOR 2/4/2011 10:48 1324154 2011 FILTER ON WATERLESS URINAL NEEDS TO BE C 2/2/2011 14:46 1323459 2011 DOMESTIC PUMP 2/1/2011 0:00 1323452 2011 POST INDICATOR VALVE, ANNUAL 2/1/2011 0:00 1322968 2011 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 2/1/2011 0:00

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130 1322770 2011 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 2/1/2011 0:00 1322449 2011 ELEVATOR BI MONTHLY, E &G, HYDRAULIC 2/1/2011 0:00 1322448 2011 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 2/1/2011 0:00 1321891 2011 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 2/1/2011 0:00 1320053 2011 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 2/1/2011 0:00 1319737 2011 RESET BREAKER 1/31/2011 14:18 1318738 2011 FAB 1 KEY 1/31/2011 9:33 1318243 2011 INVESTIGATE/REPAIR (COMPUTER EQUIPT INVO 1/26/2011 9:55 1317907 2011 DISH WATER LEAK CAUSED THE LINOLEUM 1/24/2011 11:58 1317372 2011 INSTALL PADLOCK ON ROOF HATCH 1/19/2011 13:56 1317232 2011 CHECK HEATING HOT WATER PUMP 1/19/2011 7:03 1317173 2011 URINAL FILTERS NEED CHANGING 1/18/2011 13:51 1316597 2011 DISH WATER LEAKED (FIXED NOW) SO THE FLO 1/13/2011 8:46 1316018 2011 WATER FOUNTAINS IN THE BUILDS THE PRESS 1/10/2011 11:09 1315876 2011 AIR HANDLER /SUPPLIER FAN NOT RUNNING FI 1/7/2011 13:44 1315574 2011 NEED CLEAN UP 1/6/2011 9:19 1315549 2011 C/R WATER LEAK OVER COMPUTER REPORTED TO 1/6/2011 8:45 1313497 2011 ANNUAL SUPERVISOR ROOFING INSPECTION 1/3/2011 0:00 1312856 2011 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 1/3/2011 0:00 1312674 2011 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 1/3/2011 0:00 1312673 2011 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 1/3/2011 0:00 1312672 2011 FIRE PUMPS, QUARTERLY, E&G 1/3/2011 0:00 1312345 2011 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 1/3/2011 0:00 1312055 2011 CHILLED WATER PUMPS QUARTERLY 1/3/2011 0:00 1312054 2011 CHILLED WATER PUMPS QUARTERLY 1/3/2011 0:00 1311645 2011 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 1/3/2011 0:00 1311114 2011 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 1/3/2011 0:00 1310518 2011 RELAMP ALSO RM 346 12/21/2010 10:02 1310498 2011 BUSTED WATER LINE NEAR FIRE HYRANT 12/21/2010 8:36 1309892 2011 OUTAGE FIRE ALARM 12/16/2010 @ 8AM T 12/15/2010 14:36 1309786 2011 METAL CASING AROUND WINDOW FELL IN 12/15/2010

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131 ROOM 9:52 1309447 2011 NO LIGHTS IN THIS ROOM PLEASE INVESTIGAT 12/13/2010 13:09 1308925 2011 RM 203 ARE TOO COLD 12/8/2010 15:04 1306572 2011 WATERLESS URINAL CARTRIDGE & BATTERY CK 12/1/2010 0:00 1306447 2011 SEMI ANNUAL ELECT PANEL ROOM INSPECTION 12/1/2010 0:00 1305984 2011 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 12/1/2010 0:00 1305983 2011 GENERATOR QUARTERLY, E&G 12/1/2010 0:00 1305838 2011 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 12/1/2010 0:00 1305552 2011 ELEVATOR BI MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 12/1/2010 0:00 1305551 2011 ELEVATOR QUARTERLY, E&G, HYDRO PASSENGER 12/1/2010 0:00 1305550 2011 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 12/1/2010 0:00 1305052 2011 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 12/1/2010 0:00 1304890 2011 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 12/1/2010 0:00 1304758 2011 AIR HANDLER, E&G, SEMI ANNUAL 12/1/2010 0:00 1304490 2011 PLEASE VACUUM AT LEAST ONCE A WEEK ROOMS 11/29/2010 15:57 1304244 2011 CHWP INSULATION 11/24/2010 9:11 1303204 2011 REPAIR MAN HOLE LID 11/16/2010 9:14 1302912 2011 NEED TO ORDER ONE OF THE INTERNAL BLUE S 11/12/2010 14:35 1302867 2011 HANG PAINTING IN STUDENT LOUNGE CUSTOMER 11/12/2010 9:36 1302304 2011 TOO COLD WHOLE BUILDING 11/8/2010 11:44 1301597 2011 LIGHT FIXTURE IS FALLING IN RM 345 11/2/2010 14:07 1301500 2011 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 11/2/2010 0:00 1300780 2011 DOMESTIC PUMP 11/1/2010 0:00 1300092 2011 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 11/1/2010

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132 0:00 1299758 2011 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 11/1/2010 0:00 1299207 2011 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 11/1/2010 0:00 1299052 2011 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 11/1/2010 0:00 1297427 2011 FAB SIGN SEE EMAIL FOR CLARIFICATION ON 10/26/2010 15:17 1297348 2011 FABRICATE COUPLING GUARDS 10/26/2010 11:28 1297346 2011 CHWP #1 IS LOCKED UP REPAIR 10/26/2010 11:23 1297070 2011 R/R ENTRANCE LIGHTS 10/22/2010 15:49 1296372 2011 BACKFLOW PREVENTER RP; LARGER THAN 2.5" 10/18/2010 15:21 1296370 2011 BACKFLOW PREVENTER RP; LARGER THAN 2.5" 10/18/2010 15:19 1296299 2011 HANDICAP DOOR ON NORTH SIDE OF BLDG IS N 10/18/2010 12:04 1296132 2011 ELEVATOR 272 1 IS MOVING EXTREMELY SLOW 10/14/2010 13:46 1295990 2011 ONE OF THE OUTSIDE LIGHTS ON THE NORTH E 10/13/2010 14:42 1295989 2011 LIGHT IN RM LOOKS LIKE IT IS ABOUT TO FA 10/13/2010 14:41 1295830 2011 CK PARAM'S 10/13/2010 8:14 1295472 2011 AUTOMATIC DOOR ON WEST SIDE OF BLDG IS N 10/11/2010 11:00 1295037 2011 RESTROOMS CAN WE HAVE SOMEONE COME OUT & 10/6/2010 15:34 1294567 2011 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 10/6/2010 0:00 1294464 2011 ELEVATOR BI MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 10/6/2010 0:00 1294463 2011 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 10/6/2010 0:00 1293050 2011 HEATING HOT WATER PUMPS; SEMI ANNUAL 10/4/2010 0:00 1293049 2011 HEATING HOT WATER PUMPS; SEMI ANNUAL 10/4/2010 0:00 1292981 2011 GENERATOR ANNUAL, E&G 10/4/2010 0:00 1292865 2011 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 10/4/2010

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133 0:00 1292864 2011 FIRE PUMPS, QUARTERLY, E&G 10/4/2010 0:00 1292743 2011 EXHAUST FANS SEMI ANNUAL, E & G 10/4/2010 0:00 1292659 2011 ELEVATOR SEMI ANNUAL, E&G 10/4/2010 0:00 1292538 2011 CHILLED WATER PUMPS QUARTERLY 10/4/2010 0:00 1292537 2011 CHILLED WATER PUMPS QUARTERLY 10/4/2010 0:00 1292262 2011 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 10/4/2010 0:00 1292135 2011 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 10/4/2010 0:00 1290625 2011 ROOM 246 & 346 & 146 RELAMP 9/29/2010 9:44 1290409 2011 MOVE THE FOLLOWING ITEM FROM RINKLER AND 9/28/2010 10:19 1290402 2011 HVAC THERE IS AN AWFUL SMELL IN INTERNAL 9/28/2010 10:10 1289594 2011 RELAMP FIVE POLE LIGHTS: 272 9,11,3,5,10 9/22/2010 10:40 1289394 2011 NO AC TOO HOT ENTIRE BUILDING 9/21/2010 12:06 1288468 2011 C/R TOILET WONT STOP FLUSHING 9/15/2010 7:07 1288419 2011 SINK CLOGGED 9/14/2010 13:23 1287940 2011 C/R WEST SIDE ADA DOOR 9/9/2010 16:54 1287754 2011 C/R CEILING TILES ALL FLOORS 9/9/2010 7:45 1287210 2011 DESIGN AND CONTRUCT NEW STORAGE FACILITY 9/3/2010 10:05 1287208 2011 DOORIN RM 110 IS BROKEN, METAL BAR ON BO 9/3/2010 10:02 1287071 2011 REKEY 310& 312 AS PASS ALL THAT OPEN THE 9/2/2010 11:49 1285368 2011 WATERLESS URINAL CARTRIDGE & BATTERY CK 9/1/2010 0:00 1284794 2011 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 9/1/2010 0:00 1284793 2011 GENERATOR QUARTERLY, E&G 9/1/2010 0:00 1284656 2011 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 9/1/2010 0:00 1284524 2011 FIRE ALARM 9/1/2010 0:00 1284355 2011 ELEVATOR QUARTERLY, E&G, HYDRO PASSENGER 9/1/2010 0:00

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134 1284354 2011 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 9/1/2010 0:00 1283867 2011 GENERAL BUILDING INSPECTION SEMI ANNUAL 9/1/2010 0:00 1283777 2011 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 9/1/2010 0:00 1283643 2011 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 9/1/2010 0:00 1283512 2011 AIR HANDLER, E&G, SEMI ANNUAL 9/1/2010 0:00 1283378 2011 RM 110 TOO COLD 8/31/2010 13:48 1283224 2011 ATT. MRS. JANET NORWOOD SLOAN CARTRIDGE 8/31/2010 5:26 1282976 2011 NEED SOMEONE TO COME OUT AND CHECK THE F 8/27/2010 16:11 1282783 2011 MENS RESTROOM ON FIRST FLR AND 2ND FL EA 8/26/2010 14:33 1282698 2011 URINAL IS STOPPED UP RM 145 8/26/2010 10:52 1282462 2011 FAB 6 KEYS 8/25/2010 12:02 1282460 2011 RELAMP RMS: 302,307,311,313,315,316,321, 8/25/2010 12:01 1282288 2011 FIRE CODE #3: PROVIDE RECORDS PER TESTIN 8/24/2010 15:21 1282287 2011 FIRE CODE #2: SPRINKLER SYSTEM INSPECTIO 8/24/2010 15:20 1282121 2011 1ST FLOOR RESTROOM CONTINUOUSLLY FLUSHES 8/24/2010 9:22 1282006 2011 ESTIMATE FOR RENOVATION ROOMS 201 & 202 8/23/2010 13:59 1281558 2011 HANDICAP DOOR MOTION SENSOR IS NOT WORKI 8/19/2010 11:49 1280069 2011 AT LEAST HALF OF LIGHTS OUT IN CLASSROM 8/9/2010 14:23 1280040 2011 TREES NEED TO BE TRIMMED 8/9/2010 12:53 1279966 2011 2ND DOOR TO GET INTO INTERNAL STAIRS IS 8/9/2010 9:23 1279670 2011 C/R TOILET OVER FLOWING 8/5/2010 11:49 1279457 2011 HVAC TOO HOT 8/4/2010 9:46 1278644 2011 DOMESTIC PUMP 8/2/2010 0:00 1278106 2011 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 8/2/2010 0:00 1277931 2011 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 8/2/2010 0:00 1277647 2011 ELEVATOR BI MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 8/2/2010 0:00 1277646 2011 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 8/2/2010 0:00 1277030 2011 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 8/2/2010 0:00 1274798 2011 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 8/2/2010 0:00

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135 1273622 2011 INVESTIGATE/REPAIR ATRIUM SMOKE EVACUATI 7/29/2010 14:07 1273616 2011 INVESTIGATE/REPAIR ATRIUM SMOKE EVACUATI 7/29/2010 13:49 1273593 2011 FAULTY ALARM ARTIE 7/29/2010 12:36 1273564 2011 RM 302 FAB SIGN. WMC WILL SEND E MAIL 7/29/2010 11:33 1273442 2011 WOMENS RESTRM ON 1ST FL MIDDLE SINK RUNS 7/28/2010 16:20 1273400 2011 NORTH & WEST AUTOMATIC HANDICAPP DOORS A 7/28/2010 14:05 1273329 2011 C/R SINKS AND TOILETS WON'T STOP RUNNING 7/28/2010 10:30 1273247 2011 REPAIR BACKFLOW PREVENTORS 7/27/2010 17:21 1273081 2011 RELAMP 7/27/2010 8:37 1273026 2011 2 KEYS 7/26/2010 16:16 1272055 2011 RELAMP 7/19/2010 10:21 1268852 2011 HEATING HOT WATER PUMPS; SEMI ANNUAL 7/7/2010 0:00 1268762 2011 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 7/7/2010 0:00 1268610 2011 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 7/7/2010 0:00 1268609 2011 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 7/7/2010 0:00 1268608 2011 FIRE PUMPS, QUARTERLY, E&G 7/7/2010 0:00 1268422 2011 CHILLED WATER PUMPS QUARTERLY 7/7/2010 0:00 1268421 2011 CHILLED WATER PUMPS QUARTERLY 7/7/2010 0:00 1268233 2011 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 7/7/2010 0:00 1268113 2011 ROOF INSPECTION, SEMI ANNUAL 7/7/2010 0:00 1267906 2011 ELEVATOR ANNUAL, E&G 7/7/2010 0:00 1267905 2011 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 7/7/2010 0:00 1267390 2011 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 7/7/2010 0:00 1266893 2011 SURVEY/COUNT/INSPECTFIXTURES&SYSTE MS 7/1/2010 22:56 1265564 2010 2ND FLR MENS RESTROOM RELAMP AS YOUGO IN 6/22/2010 14:09 1265091 2010 WATER LEAKS IN WINDOW AT GLASS ELEVATOR 6/18/2010 13:53 1264963 2010 BUILDING INSPECTION AND REPAIRS 6/17/2010 15:52 1264421 2010 BLDG IS STILL HOT, 2ND RM 203 AND 301 IS 6/15/2010 10:49 1262569 2010 ROOM 210 & 215 OCCUPANTS SMELL SMOKE COM 6/1/2010 15:10

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136 1262099 2010 WATERLESS URINAL CARTRIDGE & BATTERY CK 6/1/2010 0:00 1261977 2010 SEMI ANNUAL ELECT PANEL ROOM INSPECTION 6/1/2010 0:00 1261493 2010 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 6/1/2010 0:00 1261492 2010 GENERATOR QUARTERLY, E&G 6/1/2010 0:00 1261355 2010 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 6/1/2010 0:00 1261052 2010 ELEVATOR BI MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 6/1/2010 0:00 1261051 2010 ELEVATOR QUARTERLY, E&G, HYDRO PASSENGER 6/1/2010 0:00 1261050 2010 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 6/1/2010 0:00 1260555 2010 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 6/1/2010 0:00 1260490 2010 AHU QUARTERLY INSPECTION FOR E&G 6/1/2010 0:00 1260343 2010 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 6/1/2010 0:00 1258477 2010 OUTAGE FOR REPLACING ELECTRICAL METERS A 5/21/2010 8:53 1257650 2010 3RD FLR MENS RESTROOM URINAL IS LEAKING 5/14/2010 14:04 1257132 2010 GROUND FLOOR WOMENS FAUCET WILL NOT TURN 5/11/2010 11:07 1256204 2010 FAB ONE NAME SIGN "LORIE DREWKE" 304B 5/4/2010 10:26 1255465 2010 DOMESTIC PUMP 5/3/2010 0:00 1254946 2010 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 5/3/2010 0:00 1254768 2010 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 5/3/2010 0:00 1254767 2010 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, ANNUAL 5/3/2010 0:00 1254766 2010 FIRE PUMPS, ANNUAL, E&G 5/3/2010 0:00 1254427 2010 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 5/3/2010 0:00 1253952 2010 BACKFLOW PREVENTER RP; LARGER THAN 2.5" 5/3/2010 0:00 1253951 2010 BACKFLOW PREVENTER RP; LARGER THAN 2.5" 5/3/2010 0:00 1253950 2010 BACKFLOW PREVENTER RP; LARGER THAN 2.5" 5/3/2010 0:00 1253903 2010 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 5/3/2010 0:00 1253735 2010 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 5/3/2010 0:00 1252607 2010 CLASSROOM INSPECTION FOR BREAK WORK 4/29/2010 16:50 1250491 2010 OUTAGE FOR ELEVATOR STARTING 4/23@8 ENDI 4/13/2010 14:36 1250274 2010 HVAC ENERGY HOG RINKER HALL (0272) 4/12/2010 15:06 1249364 2010 STAIRWELL INSIDE BLDG, RUBBER ON ONE OF 4/5/2010 14:12 1249074 2010 ESTIMATE TO HANG ART IN STUDENT LOUNGE 4/2/2010 7:40

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138 15:43 1235248 2010 DOOR ON NORTH SIDE OF BLDG NEEDS WEATHER 2/3/2010 10:55 1234825 2010 RESET BREAKER 2/1/2010 11:31 1233968 2010 COMMODE RUNNING REPORTED TO KEITH 2/1/2010 8:42 1233389 2010 DOMESTIC PUMP 2/1/2010 0:00 1233385 2010 POST INDICATOR VALVE, ANNUAL 2/1/2010 0:00 1232893 2010 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 2/1/2010 0:00 1232703 2010 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 2/1/2010 0:00 1232411 2010 ELEVATOR BI MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 2/1/2010 0:00 1232410 2010 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 2/1/2010 0:00 1231859 2010 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 2/1/2010 0:00 1231695 2010 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 2/1/2010 0:00 1231562 2010 HANDICAPP DOOR ON WEST SIDE OF BLDG NOT 1/29/2010 13:28 1229747 2010 RM 304 SEE DAPHNE: NEED TO MAKE SURE FAU 1/15/2010 6:34 1229746 2010 RM 304 PLEASE SEE DAPHNE: RECEIVED A CO 1/15/2010 6:32 1229272 2010 NEED TO CHANGE OUT FAUCET 5/8 ONE THEY C 1/12/2010 12:43 1228998 2010 WEST SIDE DOOR WHOLE AUTOMACTIC CLOSOURE 1/11/2010 11:41 1228664 2010 RMS 206,310 NOT CATCHING SO DOORS ARE NO 1/8/2010 8:46 1228645 2010 DOMESTIC PUMP 1/8/2010 7:49 1228374 2010 RESET BREAKER FOR RM 203 1/6/2010 14:18 1227182 2010 RECYCLE OLD FLIES PAPER, ETC. 1/5/2010 14:37 1226730 2010 ANNUAL SUPERVISOR ROOFING INSPECTION 1/5/2010 0:00 1226101 2010 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 1/5/2010 0:00 1225937 2010 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 1/5/2010 0:00 1225936 2010 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 1/5/2010 0:00 1225935 2010 FIRE PUMPS, QUARTERLY, E&G 1/5/2010 0:00 1225595 2010 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 1/5/2010 0:00 1225352 2010 CHILLED WATER PUMPS QUARTERLY 1/5/2010 0:00 1224970 2010 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 1/5/2010 0:00 1224804 2010 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 1/5/2010 0:00 1224695 2010 RELAMP BY RMS 246 AND 346 1/5/2010 10:09 1224593 2010 DOMESTIC PUMP 1/4/2010 17:06 1224524 2010 BLDG IS EXTEMELY COLD 1/4/2010

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141 1215713 2010 KEY UP A PADLOCK FOR ROOF HATCH 11/9/2009 9:14 1215337 2010 TEST SMOKE EVAC SYSTEM 11/5/2009 7:34 1214448 2010 DOMESTIC PUMP 11/2/2009 0:00 1213886 2010 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 11/2/2009 0:00 1213707 2010 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 11/2/2009 0:00 1213396 2010 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 11/2/2009 0:00 1212863 2010 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 11/2/2009 0:00 1206265 2010 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 11/2/2009 0:00 1204683 2010 HANDICAPP DOOR ON NORTH END NOT OPENING 10/27/2009 8:10 1204171 2010 HANG A 50LB PLAQUE OUTSIDE OF 341 10/22/2009 9:13 1203626 2010 RM 345 COMMODE IN HANDICAPP STALL IS CLO 10/19/2009 10:01 1203571 2010 FRIDAY 10/16 3RD FLR MENS COMMODE CLOGGE 10/19/2009 7:56 1203153 2010 FIRE CODE VIOLATION ITEM #1: PROVIDE REC 10/13/2009 12:21 1202521 2010 PRESSURE WASH BRICKS NORTH PHASE ATT TER 10/8/2009 9:05 1202414 2010 HVAC TOO COLD IT LOUD OVER ENTIRE BLDG S 10/7/2009 13:19 1202315 2010 NEE BRICKS PRESSURE WASHED BY 10/14/09 S 10/7/2009 9:22 1202203 2010 CUSTODIAL HELP: 1 JANITOR ON SATURDAY 10 10/6/2009 12:20 1202190 2010 C/R DOOR HANDLE NOT WORKING ASIT SHOULD 10/6/2009 12:05 1202185 2010 ENTIRE BLDG HVAC IS NOT WORKING TOO HOT 10/6/2009 11:30 1202170 2010 NO AIR/HOT SWEATING RMS 301,302 ETC...3R 10/6/2009 10:46 1200620 2010 GENERATOR ANNUAL, E&G 10/1/2009 0:00 1200619 2010 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 10/1/2009 0:00 1200435 2010 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 10/1/2009 0:00

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143 1194133 2010 HANDICAPP COMMODE STALL CLOGGED 9/15/2009 14:08 1193589 2010 RM 246 URINAL HAS NO WATER & FILTER NEED 9/11/2009 8:27 1193527 2010 ENCLOSED STAIRWELL SMELLS OF URINE. COME 9/10/2009 14:31 1193269 2010 COMMODE IS NOT FLUSHING 9/9/2009 10:54 1192888 2010 REPLACE SEVERAL BULBS IN RM 336 9/4/2009 11:28 1192879 2010 FAB 7 KEYS 9/4/2009 11:09 1192849 2010 STAIRWELL HAS ODOR MAYBE COMING FROM URI 9/4/2009 9:19 1191940 2010 WATERLESS URINAL CARTRIDGE & BATTERY CK 9/1/2009 0:00 1191328 2010 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 9/1/2009 0:00 1191327 2010 GENERATOR QUARTERLY, E&G 9/1/2009 0:00 1191186 2010 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 9/1/2009 0:00 1190882 2010 ELEVATOR QUARTERLY, E&G, HYDRO PASSENGER 9/1/2009 0:00 1190881 2010 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 9/1/2009 0:00 1190395 2010 EXIT DOORS HARDWARE SEMI ANNUAL 9/1/2009 0:00 1190300 2010 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 9/1/2009 0:00 1190261 2010 AHU QUARTERLY INSPECTION FOR E&G 9/1/2009 0:00 1190094 2010 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 9/1/2009 0:00 1189965 2010 ELECTRONIC DOOR ON WEST SIDE OF BLDG IS 8/31/2009 14:22 1189481 2010 BRICKS WITH NAMES ON THEM NORTH SIDE NEE 8/31/2009 9:22 1188765 2010 MENS RESTROOM NEED FILTERS CHANGED IN 8/27/2009 14:11 1188492 2010 MEN'S RESTROOM ON 2ND FLR /SINK WILL NOT 8/26/2009 11:50 1188473 2010 WATER DAMAGE DRYWALL IS FLAKING IN ROOMS 8/26/2009 11:12 1188472 2010 REPAIR WINDOW SEAL SEE DONNIE WHEN ARRVI 8/26/2009 11:11 1188470 2010 CRACK IN CEILING, SEE DONNIE WHEN ARRIVI 8/26/2009 11:10 1187936 2010 WATER SPRINKLER RUNNING INTO STREET 8/24/2009 8:14 1187544 2010 C/R TOILETS KEEPS RUNNING 8/20/2009 7:44 1187519 2010 NEED RECYCLING BIN EMPTY RM., #303,#312 8/19/2009 17:05

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144 1187512 2010 RELAMP AND REPLACE BALLAST 8/19/2009 16:03 1187164 2010 RM 245 COMMODE CLOGGED UP 8/18/2009 7:46 1186480 2010 FIXED SEATING AND CLASSROOM REPAIRS 8/12/2009 10:54 1186075 2010 RM 210 FIRE SPRINKLER LEAK 8/10/2009 9:30 1185777 2010 RELAMP 2 AND 3RD FLR SOUTH ENTRANCE 8/6/2009 9:49 1185649 2010 RELAMP 8/5/2009 12:37 1185612 2010 FAB A BLUE NAME TAG FOR RINKER HALL ROOM 8/5/2009 10:34 1185476 2010 RELAMP RM 345A 8/4/2009 13:32 1185458 2010 LEAK IN RM 210 POSSIBLY FROM THE SPRINKL 8/4/2009 12:59 1185430 2010 BLDG IS EXTREMELY HOT RM 301 SEEMS TO HA 8/4/2009 11:48 1185291 2010 HANDICAPP DOOR ON FIRST FLR NOT CLOSING 8/3/2009 16:14 1183893 2010 DOMESTIC PUMP 8/3/2009 0:00 1183358 2010 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 8/3/2009 0:00 1183188 2010 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 8/3/2009 0:00 1182908 2010 ELEVATOR BI MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 8/3/2009 0:00 1182907 2010 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 8/3/2009 0:00 1182325 2010 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 8/3/2009 0:00 1182158 2010 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 8/3/2009 0:00 1181847 2010 FAB KEY FOR FILING CABINET IN 308 AND 33 7/30/2009 16:05 1181062 2010 ON 7/23/09@10:24PM REPORTED SPRINKLER HE 7/24/2009 7:38 1180949 2010 INVESTIGATE/REPAIR 3RD FL RESTRMS LOW WA 7/23/2009 9:48 1180415 2010 NEED 4 KEYS FOR RMS 312 & 202 7/20/2009 9:53 1180248 2010 INSTALL COCK HOLE COVERS ON SINKS 7/17/2009 8:21 1179998 2010 COMMODE WILL NOT STOP FLUSHING 3RD FLR W 7/15/2009 11:45 1179913 2010 TOO HOT VARIOUS 7/15/2009 6:36 1179821 2010 WATER IN COMMODES IS HOT ALL RSTROOMS 7/14/2009 9:25 1179599 2010 CHECK BOOSTER PUMPS 7/13/2009 8:09

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145 1179327 2010 RELAMP RM 304 7/9/2009 9:18 1178773 2010 WHOLE BLDG IS DOWN TOO HOT 7/6/2009 8:59 1178737 2010 PAPER TOWEL DISPENSER: CAN NOT GET TOWEL 7/6/2009 7:55 1178641 2010 RM 312 & HALLWAY THE VENT IN 312 IS LEAK 7/2/2009 11:46 1178475 2010 DOUBLE DOORS FACING WEST THE LIGHT IS HA 7/1/2009 10:34 1177886 2010 ROOF INSPECTION, SEMI ANNUAL 7/1/2009 0:00 1177260 2010 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 7/1/2009 0:00 1177124 2010 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 7/1/2009 0:00 1177123 2010 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 7/1/2009 0:00 1177122 2010 FIRE PUMPS, QUARTERLY, E&G 7/1/2009 0:00 1176836 2010 ELEVATOR ANNUAL, E&G 7/1/2009 0:00 1176835 2010 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 7/1/2009 0:00 1176632 2010 CHILLED WATER PUMPS QUARTERLY 7/1/2009 0:00 1176320 2010 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 7/1/2009 0:00 1174180 2010 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 7/1/2009 0:00 1173769 2009 CONDENSTATING LEAKING FROM VENTS ON 3RD 6/29/2009 9:09 1173693 2009 AC LEAKING IN RM 312 6/26/2009 14:49 1173281 2009 FAB 2 KEYS FOR ROOM 314 6/23/2009 15:57 1173108 2009 SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE REQUEST 6/22/2009 16:17 1172743 2009 3 AC VENTS ON THE THIRD FLR THAT ARE LEA 6/18/2009 14:42 1172058 2009 HANDICAPP DOOR NOT WORKING FROM THE INSI 6/12/2009 13:58 1171734 2009 FAB 5 KEYS FOR RM 141 KEY#2360 6/10/2009 12:44 1171593 2009 INVESTIGATE/REPAIR RM 230 WATER DAMAGE C 6/9/2009 14:41 1171417 2009 RELAMP OUTSIDE 6/8/2009 13:14 1171416 2009 C/R MIDDLE SINK & HAND NOT WORKING 6/8/2009 13:13 1170523 2009 ATTN: BILL T. RM 203 CHECK ZONE CENSOR ( 6/1/2009 10:18 1169326 2009 WATERLESS URINAL CARTRIDGE & BATTERY CK 6/1/2009 0:00 1169197 2009 SEMI ANNUAL ELECT PANEL ROOM INSPECTION 6/1/2009 0:00 1168656 2009 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 6/1/2009 0:00 1168655 2009 GENERATOR QUARTERLY, E&G 6/1/2009 0:00

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146 1168506 2009 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 6/1/2009 0:00 1168216 2009 ELEVATOR BI MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 6/1/2009 0:00 1168215 2009 ELEVATOR QUARTERLY, E&G, HYDRO PASSENGER 6/1/2009 0:00 1168214 2009 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 6/1/2009 0:00 1167692 2009 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 6/1/2009 0:00 1167651 2009 AHU QUARTERLY INSPECTION FOR E&G 6/1/2009 0:00 1167479 2009 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 6/1/2009 0:00 1166856 2009 ALL FAUCETS NEED TO BE REPLACED IN EACH 5/26/2009 12:23 1166852 2009 TWO FAUCETS IN MENS RESTRM 3RD FLR DO NO 5/26/2009 12:20 1166502 2009 C/R LOCK ON DOORS IS NOT LETTING DOOR LO 5/21/2009 11:20 1166034 2009 5/18 @ 4:30PM RM 140A DOOR NOT UNLOCKING 5/19/2009 7:35 1165402 2009 HANGING ELECTRICAL BOX PERRY YARD NOT WO 5/13/2009 8:15 1165282 2009 RM 146 MIDDLE SINK NO WATER 5/12/2009 10:43 1165280 2009 RM 146 RELAMP FF OUT 5/12/2009 10:39 1164773 2009 FIXED SEATING, CLASSROOM INSPECTION AND 5/7/2009 7:09 1164599 2009 NO AC IN BLDG 5/6/2009 8:05 1164580 2009 ENTIRE BLDG. IS EXTREMELY HOT 5/5/2009 15:59 1162817 2009 DOMESTIC PUMP 5/1/2009 0:00 1162319 2009 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 5/1/2009 0:00 1162156 2009 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 5/1/2009 0:00 1162155 2009 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, ANNUAL 5/1/2009 0:00 1162154 2009 FIRE PUMPS, ANNUAL, E&G 5/1/2009 0:00 1161833 2009 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 5/1/2009 0:00 1161399 2009 BACKFLOW PREVENTER RP; LARGER THAN 2.5" 5/1/2009 0:00 1161398 2009 BACKFLOW PREVENTER RP; LARGER THAN 2.5" 5/1/2009 0:00 1161397 2009 BACKFLOW PREVENTER RP; LARGER THAN 2.5" 5/1/2009 0:00 1161355 2009 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 5/1/2009 0:00 1161196 2009 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 5/1/2009 0:00 1160301 2009 EST TO INSTALL SITE LIGHTING AND CONCRET 4/23/2009 14:24 1160235 2009 C/R HANDICAPP DOOR NOT WORKING AND ALSO 4/23/2009 10:36 1159869 2009 C/R WATER FOUNTAIN STOPP UP ON 1ST FL 4/21/2009

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147 8:36 1159662 2009 UPD REPORTED 4/19 @ 2AM; SOUTHE ENTRANCE 4/20/2009 7:49 1159119 2009 RELAMP LIGHT IN RM 304 4/14/2009 9:34 1158942 2009 UPD REPORTED 4/13 @ 7:15PM SOUTH ENTRANC 4/13/2009 9:44 1158879 2009 ALARM GOING OFF UPD CHECKED NO SMOKE/NOT 4/13/2009 6:55 1158238 2009 INVESTIGATE/REPAIR RM 304 FIRE EXTINGUIS 4/6/2009 13:25 1158116 2009 AIR HANDLERS NOT WORKING AC IS NOT FUNCT 4/6/2009 8:52 1158093 2009 FIRE ALARM GOING OFF REPORTED TO GLENN 4/6/2009 8:20 1155917 2009 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 4/1/2009 0:00 1155783 2009 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 4/1/2009 0:00 1155782 2009 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 4/1/2009 0:00 1155781 2009 FIRE PUMPS, QUARTERLY, E&G 4/1/2009 0:00 1155639 2009 EXHAUST FANS SEMI ANNUAL, E & G 4/1/2009 0:00 1155470 2009 ELEVATOR SEMI ANNUAL, E&G 4/1/2009 0:00 1155469 2009 ELEVATOR BI MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 4/1/2009 0:00 1155468 2009 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 4/1/2009 0:00 1155266 2009 CHILLED WATER PUMPS QUARTERLY 4/1/2009 0:00 1154943 2009 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 4/1/2009 0:00 1154790 2009 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 4/1/2009 0:00 1154571 2009 STEAM VALVE IS WHISTLING (ALARM SOUND) 3/31/2009 10:26 1154384 2009 ALARM STILL SOUNDING 3/30/2009 10:23 1154345 2009 ALARM GOING OFF REPORTED TO DWAYNE 3/30/2009 9:00 1153375 2009 C/R URNIAL STOPP UP 3/20/2009 9:56 1153214 2009 URINAL IN THE MEN'S RESTROOM ION SECOND 3/19/2009 10:00 1152017 2009 CRATE SPARE GLASS FOR STORAGE 3/10/2009 7:38 1151237 2009 WORK OFF PM # 1148128 3/3/2009 9:07 1149865 2009 WATERLESS URINAL CARTRIDGE & BATTERY CK 3/2/2009 0:00 1149119 2009 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 3/2/2009 0:00 1149118 2009 GENERATOR QUARTERLY, E&G 3/2/2009 0:00 1148961 2009 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 3/2/2009 0:00 1148637 2009 ELEVATOR QUARTERLY, E&G, HYDRO PASSENGER 3/2/2009 0:00

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152 1116426 2009 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 10/1/2008 0:00 1116425 2009 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 10/1/2008 0:00 1116424 2009 FIRE PUMPS, QUARTERLY, E&G 10/1/2008 0:00 1116275 2009 EXHAUST FANS SEMI ANNUAL, E & G 10/1/2008 0:00 1116163 2009 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 10/1/2008 0:00 1115936 2009 ELEVATOR SEMI ANNUAL, E&G 10/1/2008 0:00 1115935 2009 ELEVATOR QUARTERLY, E&G, HYDRO PASSENGER 10/1/2008 0:00 1115934 2009 ELEVATOR BI MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 10/1/2008 0:00 1115738 2009 CHILLED WATER PUMPS QUARTERLY 10/1/2008 0:00 1115382 2009 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 10/1/2008 0:00 1114955 2009 COMMODE IN MENS RESTRM ON 3RD FLR CONT F 9/29/2008 9:56 1114755 2009 FAB 2 KEYS 9/25/2008 15:34 1113980 2009 C/R 3 SINKS THATS STOP UP 9/22/2008 8:23 1113742 2009 ELEVATOR 272 1 STUCK ON 1ST FL DOORS WON 9/18/2008 15:27 1113296 2009 ADJUST DOOR CLOSER 9/16/2008 13:52 1113054 2009 MENS RESTRM ON FIRST FLR HAS 2 SINKS ALL 9/15/2008 12:01 1112900 2009 RM 245 COMMODE RUNNING 9/12/2008 12:26 1112508 2009 C/R DOOR JAMMED & WILL NOT OPEN 9/10/2008 11:39 1112474 2009 FAB KEYS 2 EA FOR RMS 309,340,203,336 9/10/2008 9:43 1112045 2009 RELAMP RMS 145 & 147 9/8/2008 10:36 1111870 2009 C/R VIDEO CONTROL PANEL IS NOT WORKING 9/5/2008 11:26 1111689 2009 BETWEEN THE 1ST & 2ND FLOOR STAIRWELL ON 9/4/2008 9:56 1111686 2009 ROOM 304 REPAIR/REMOVE A LIGHT BULB OVER 9/4/2008 9:54

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153 1111685 2009 ROOM 206 DOOR WILL NOT CLOSE 9/4/2008 9:52 1110880 2009 WATERLESS URINAL CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT 9/2/2008 0:00 1110208 2009 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 9/2/2008 0:00 1110207 2009 GENERATOR QUARTERLY, E&G 9/2/2008 0:00 1110062 2009 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 9/2/2008 0:00 1109776 2009 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 9/2/2008 0:00 1109565 2009 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 9/2/2008 0:00 1109060 2009 EXIT DOORS HARDWARE SEMI ANNUAL 9/2/2008 0:00 1108950 2009 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 9/2/2008 0:00 1108906 2009 AHU QUARTERLY INSPECTION FOR E&G 9/2/2008 0:00 1108706 2009 HVAC HA BELT HAS COME OFF NO HVAC 8/29/2008 11:21 1108694 2009 C/R URINAL FILTER NEEDS TO BE CHANGED 8/29/2008 11:04 1107664 2009 URNIAL STOPPED UP 8/28/2008 11:37 1107447 2009 C/R URNIAL FILTER ON THIRD CHANGING MENS 8/27/2008 11:24 1107416 2009 NEED LIGHT BULB REMOVE FROM WORK STATION 8/27/2008 9:53 1107298 2009 C/R RETURN FAN VFD'S 8/26/2008 15:30 1107155 2009 LOCK NEEDS GRAPHITE 8/26/2008 10:03 1107132 2009 C/R FILE CABINET REMOVE LOCK 8/26/2008 9:44 1107104 2009 EXTERIOR, SOUTH SIDE OF BUILDING, IN THE 8/26/2008 9:09 1106877 2009 ELECT. BREAKER THROWN IN ROOMS 310 AND 3 8/25/2008 12:22 1106542 2009 FIRE CODE VIOLATION: A 10" X 12" PLASTIC 8/21/2008 12:20 1106541 2009 FIRE CODE VIOLATION:NEED TO HAVE GROUNDS 8/21/2008 12:18 1106484 2009 DELIVER 30 SAND BAGS NORTH ENTRANCE 8/21/2008 8:49 1106463 2009 DELIVER 30 SAND BAGS NORTH ENTRANCE 8/21/2008 8:05 1105646 2009 C/R BROKEN HANDLE ON FAUCET 8/14/2008 13:52 1105522 2009 C/R LEAKING AROUND PLUMBING PIPE 8/14/2008 7:23 1105074 2009 RELAMP OUTSIDE LIGHTS ENTRANCE & BACK EN 8/11/2008 12:37 1104177 2009 MOTION SENSORS ON WEST DOORS NOT 8/4/2008

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154 WORKING 10:15 1103754 2009 DOMESTIC PUMP 8/4/2008 0:00 1103266 2009 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 8/4/2008 0:00 1103117 2009 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 8/4/2008 0:00 1102884 2009 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 8/4/2008 0:00 1102673 2009 ELEVATOR QUARTERLY, E&G, HYDRO PASSENGER 8/4/2008 0:00 1102672 2009 ELEVATOR BI MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 8/4/2008 0:00 1102166 2009 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 8/4/2008 0:00 1100163 2009 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 7/28/2008 0:00 1100129 2009 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 7/28/2008 0:00 1100128 2009 FIRE PUMPS, QUARTERLY, E&G 7/28/2008 0:00 1099437 2009 RELAMP LIGHTS OVER ELEVATOR ON 2ND FL 7/23/2008 11:06 1099185 2009 INSTALL PANIC SYSTEM ON FRONT DOORS 7/22/2008 7:35 1098707 2009 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 7/21/2008 0:00 1097494 2009 JANITOR REPORTED THAT LIGHTS OUTSIDE OF 7/14/2008 8:31 1097240 2009 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 7/14/2008 0:00 1097133 2009 ELEVATOR SEMI ANNUAL, E&G 7/14/2008 0:00 1097132 2009 ELEVATOR ANNUAL, E&G 7/14/2008 0:00 1097131 2009 ELEVATOR MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 7/14/2008 0:00 1096978 2009 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 7/14/2008 0:00 1096867 2009 RELAMP LADIES RMS 146&246 EXTERIOR LIGHT 7/11/2008 9:11 1096408 2009 CAN NOT DISABLE FIRE ALARM REPORTED TO B 7/8/2008 20:13 1094958 2009 CHILLED WATER PUMPS QUARTERLY 7/7/2008 0:00 1094167 2009 FAB 5 KEYS FOR RM 341 7/1/2008 14:46 1093929 2008 NEED PICKUP ON 22 BOXES OF DOCUMENTS THE 6/30/2008 10:34 1093773 2008 WATERLESS URINAL CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT 6/30/2008 0:00 1093769 2008 ROOF INSPECTION, SEMI ANNUAL 6/30/2008 0:00

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155 1093588 2008 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 6/30/2008 0:00 1093093 2008 NEED TO HAVE FLR'S REDOINE (WAXED 6/26/2008 8:26 1091747 2008 ELEVATOR NOT WORKING NOT MOVING 6/18/2008 7:57 1091490 2008 BURNING SMELL IN RM 306/REPORTED TO PAT 6/16/2008 14:47 1091175 2008 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 6/16/2008 0:00 1091104 2008 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 6/16/2008 0:00 1090947 2008 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 6/16/2008 0:00 1090931 2008 AHU QUARTERLY INSPECTION FOR E&G 6/16/2008 0:00 1090539 2008 NEED 2 QTY 12" X 2" NAME TAGS FOR DOORS 6/12/2008 10:00 1089902 2008 OVER 84* IN RM 304. REPORTED TO GERALD. 6/9/2008 8:15 1089683 2008 GENERATOR QUARTERLY, E&G 6/9/2008 0:00 1089546 2008 ELEVATOR QUARTERLY, E&G, HYDRO PASSENGER 6/9/2008 0:00 1089545 2008 ELEVATOR BI MONTHLY, E&G, HYDRAULIC 6/9/2008 0:00 1089261 2008 HVAC TOO COLD 69 DEGREES ROOM 110 6/5/2008 15:20 1089243 2008 HVAC MAKING A LOUD NOISE 6/5/2008 14:01 1089108 2008 ADDOCOMATE RM RESERVATIONS: CLEAN 6/4/2008 15:35 1089106 2008 ADJUST HVAC TO ACCODOMATE RM RESRVATIONS 6/4/2008 15:32 1088873 2008 TOO COLD AND TOOLOUD 6/3/2008 13:40 1088600 2008 FAB 5 KEYS 6/2/2008 9:28 1086813 2008 REPAIR SOAP DISPENSER *THIS IS NOT ONE T 5/28/2008 7:48 1086536 2008 SEMI ANNUAL ELECT PANEL ROOM INSPECTION 5/27/2008 0:00 1086374 2008 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 5/27/2008 0:00 1086192 2008 ELEVATOR SEMI ANNUAL, E&G 5/27/2008 0:00 1085913 2008 RM 146, A PIECE OF PORCELAIN BROKE OFF T 5/22/2008 15:12 1085912 2008 RM 146, SOAP DISPENSER IS BROKEN. 5/22/2008

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156 15:11 1085727 2008 LADIES RESTRM FIRST FLR COMMODE OVERFLOW 5/21/2008 15:01 1085348 2008 ELEVATOR NOT WORKING 5/19/2008 12:52 1085111 2008 DOMESTIC PUMP 5/19/2008 0:00 1084955 2008 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 5/19/2008 0:00 1084878 2008 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 5/19/2008 0:00 1084711 2008 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 5/19/2008 0:00 1084579 2008 CHECK THE WATER HEATER. 5/16/2008 10:41 1084516 2008 MENS RM 2ND FLR: THE FILTER IS STOPPING 5/15/2008 15:33 1084109 2008 RM 134, HOT WATER IS NOT WORKING IN THE 5/13/2008 10:22 1083963 2008 272 1 LOST WEDDING RING DOWN SHAFT 5/12/2008 11:37 1083948 2008 FAB 3 KEYS FOR RM 320 5/12/2008 10:34 1082775 2008 WEST ENTRY DOORS TO BLDG (BOTTOM FLR) NO 5/6/2008 10:00 1082773 2008 MENS RM FIRST FLR: HANDICAPP SINK IS NOT 5/6/2008 9:57 1082772 2008 C/R 2ND MENS 1ST SINK NOT WORKING PROPER 5/6/2008 9:54 1080212 2008 C/R FAUCET NO WATER 4/29/2008 7:56 1080124 2008 C/R TOILET STOP UP WITH PAPER TOWELS 4/28/2008 11:00 1079765 2008 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 4/28/2008 0:00 1079721 2008 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, ANNUAL 4/28/2008 0:00 1079720 2008 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 4/28/2008 0:00 1079719 2008 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, ANNUAL 4/28/2008 0:00 1079718 2008 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 4/28/2008 0:00 1079476 2008 BACKFLOW PREVENTER RP; LARGER THAN 2.5" 4/28/2008 0:00 1079475 2008 BACKFLOW PREVENTER RP; LARGER THAN 4/28/2008

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157 2.5" 0:00 1079474 2008 BACKFLOW PREVENTER RP; LARGER THAN 2.5" 4/28/2008 0:00 1079196 2008 C/R TOILET STOP UP WHEN FLUSH ALL TOILET 4/24/2008 7:43 1079132 2008 ROOM 345 CHANGE URINAL FILTER'S 4/23/2008 14:36 1078466 2008 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 4/21/2008 0:00 1078428 2008 EXHAUST FANS SEMI ANNUAL, E & G 4/21/2008 0:00 1078395 2008 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 4/21/2008 0:00 1078133 2008 REMOVE MASTER KEY STUCK IN OUTSIDE LOCK 4/18/2008 9:37 1077619 2008 C/R URNIAL IS NOT WORKING PROPERLY 4/15/2008 10:51 1077110 2008 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 4/14/2008 0:00 1076974 2008 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 4/14/2008 0:00 1076462 2008 OUTAGE FOR ELECTRICAL,HVAC,FIRE ALARMS 4/8/2008 12:14 1075710 2008 CHILLED WATER PUMPS QUARTERLY 4/7/2008 0:00 1075455 2008 CHECK TRANS AND PANELS 4/3/2008 15:23 1075193 2008 OUTAGE ELECTRICAL @ RINKER HALL 4/2/2008 10:01 1075070 2008 1ST FLOOR MENS RR ROOM 145 DOES NOT WORK 4/1/2008 12:54 1074759 2008 MIDDLE SINK IN MENS RR 1ST FLOOR HANDLE 4/1/2008 10:37 1074389 2008 WATERLESS URINAL CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT 3/31/2008 0:00 1074205 2008 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 3/31/2008 0:00 1073090 2008 C/R RIGHT HAND SINK FAUCET WON'T STILL 3/27/2008 7:04 1072723 2008 C/R SMOKE DETECTOR 3/25/2008 7:47 1072657 2008 SUPPLY 15 PALMS TO BLDG SERVICES ON 4/4 3/24/2008 12:48 1072653 2008 DELIVER 40 CHAIRS AND 15 PALMS OIN 4/4 A 3/24/2008 12:38 1072295 2008 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 3/24/2008 0:00

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159 13:35 1064798 2008 DOMESTIC PUMP 2/18/2008 0:00 1064613 2008 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 2/18/2008 0:00 1064539 2008 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 2/18/2008 0:00 1064362 2008 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 2/18/2008 0:00 1064250 2008 VAN NEEDS DECALS. 2/15/2008 10:02 1064068 2008 RM 245, FAUCET IS NOT WORKING. 2/14/2008 9:05 1064067 2008 WEST SIDE DOUBLE DOORS WILL NOT SECURE. 2/14/2008 9:04 1063001 2008 FIRE ALARM TROUBLE @ 1ST FLOOR LOBBY 2/9/2008 20:30 1062573 2008 3RD FLOOR BY PEPSI MACHINE OVERFLOWING R 2/6/2008 10:39 1062369 2008 IN ROOM 106 THE LIGHTS BY THE DRY EARSE 2/5/2008 9:47 1062297 2008 SPRINKLERS ON THE NORTH SIDE CAME ON @ N 2/4/2008 16:00 1061561 2008 HANDICAP DOORS ON NORTH SIDE OF BLDG ARE 2/1/2008 12:57 1061530 2008 SOUTHSIDE HANDICAPP DOOR NOT WORKING 2/1/2008 11:06 1061310 2008 245, WATERLESS URINAL NEEDS A NEW FILTER 1/31/2008 8:16 1061303 2008 FLUSHLESS URINAL IS NOT DRAINING 1/31/2008 7:57 1061183 2008 REPLACE BALLAST 1/30/2008 9:09 1059654 2008 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 1/28/2008 0:00 1059607 2008 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 1/28/2008 0:00 1059606 2008 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 1/28/2008 0:00 1059289 2008 FIRST FLR COMMODE CONT FLUSHING 1/25/2008 15:06 1058520 2008 ASSIST JCI WITH CONTROLS 1/22/2008 8:32 1058235 2008 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 1/22/2008 0:00 1058112 2008 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 1/22/2008

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160 0:00 1057958 2008 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 1/22/2008 0:00 1057859 2008 HANDICAP DOORS ARE NOT CLOSING ALL THE W 1/18/2008 12:26 1057392 2008 FAB 3 KEYS. CALL WHEN READY. 1/16/2008 7:44 1056332 2008 REPAIR LEAKING UNION IN MACHINE ROOM 1/10/2008 9:24 1056023 2008 NO HOT WATER AT SHOWER 1/8/2008 13:13 1055884 2008 C/R DOORS ON WEST SIDE HANDLE ARE LOOSE 1/7/2008 16:04 1055850 2008 RELAMP ILLUMINATE LIGHTS OVER WHITE BOAR 1/7/2008 13:55 1055221 2008 CHILLED WATER PUMPS QUARTERLY 1/7/2008 0:00 1054891 2008 TOO COLD 1/3/2008 11:48 1054857 2008 THE INSTRUCTOR SAID THE LIGHTS THAT ILLU 1/3/2008 10:23 1054687 2008 THE R IS MISSING ON THE ENTRANCE SIGN TO 1/2/2008 14:42 1054672 2008 ROOM 138 LAST ROW ALL THE WAY ON LEFT,RO 1/2/2008 13:36 1054646 2008 FAB 1 SIGN WMC WILL FAX ATTACHMENT 1/2/2008 12:32 1053924 2008 WATERLESS URINAL CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT 1/2/2008 0:00 1053918 2008 ANNUAL SUPERVISOR ROOFING INSPECTION 1/2/2008 0:00 1053627 2008 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 1/2/2008 0:00 1053453 2008 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 1/2/2008 0:00 1052263 2008 HVAC: ABOUT 67 DEGREES ON 2ND FLR/203 12/18/2007 11:47 1051715 2008 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 12/17/2007 0:00 1051502 2008 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 12/17/2007 0:00 1051495 2008 AHU QUARTERLY INSPECTION FOR E&G 12/17/2007 0:00 1050393 2008 GENERATOR QUARTERLY, E&G 12/10/2007 0:00 1049961 2008 TOILET STOPPED UP 12/6/2007 11:17 1049913 2008 WESTSIDE AUTO DOORS IS NOT WORKING 12/6/2007 9:30

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161 1049095 2008 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 12/3/2007 0:00 1048828 2008 THERE IS A LOUD HUMMING/MOTOR SOUND COMI 11/30/2007 15:14 1047829 2008 ADJUST HVAC TO ACCODOMATE RM RESRVATIONS 11/29/2007 10:05 1047827 2008 ADDOCOMATE RM RESERVATIONS: CLEAN 11/29/2007 10:02 1047815 2008 RM 245, TWO FAUCETS OUT OF THREE ARE NOT 11/29/2007 9:34 1047744 2008 RETURN AIR FAN IS DOWN/MECH RM SOUTH SID 11/28/2007 14:55 1047603 2008 INSTALL MOTOR GUARD BACK ON MOTOR 11/27/2007 17:02 1047505 2008 HANCIAPP STALL IS CLOGGED 11/27/2007 10:50 1047331 2008 ROOM 245 MENS ROOM DOOR STICKS OCCASIONA 11/26/2007 13:06 1047310 2008 ROOM 240 DOOR CLOSERCATCHES THE DOOR @ A 11/26/2007 12:06 1047245 2008 MENS RR THE SINK ON R HAND SIDE DOES NOT 11/26/2007 8:45 1047136 2008 SEMI ANNUAL ELECT PANEL ROOM INSPECTION 11/26/2007 0:00 1046724 2008 FAB 6 KEYS STACY WILL FAX INFO 11/21/2007 13:52 1046222 2008 DOMESTIC PUMP 11/19/2007 0:00 1046063 2008 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 11/19/2007 0:00 1045991 2008 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 11/19/2007 0:00 1045825 2008 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 11/19/2007 0:00 1044416 2008 FIRE ALARM GOING OFF REPORTED TO DOW 11/9/2007 7:48 1044233 2008 RM 245 & 345, CHANGE FILTERS IN URINALS. 11/7/2007 15:50 1043820 2008 KEYS NOT WORKING REPIN CYL#2355 11/5/2007 13:03 1043162 2008 IN ROOM 345 THEM MENS RR THE URINAL IS L 11/1/2007 8:44 1043152 2008 REQUEST HOUSEKEEPING ON 11/3 FROM 6A TO 11/1/2007 8:08 1041928 2008 RELAMP RM 240. 10/29/2007 14:52

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162 1041420 2008 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 10/29/2007 0:00 1041419 2008 GENERATOR ANNUAL, E&G 10/29/2007 0:00 1041344 2008 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 10/29/2007 0:00 1041343 2008 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 10/29/2007 0:00 1040855 2008 SOUTH SIDE OF BLDG THE OUTSIDE SPOT LIGH 10/25/2007 15:06 1040209 2008 DEAD SQUIRREL ON THE NORTH SIDE OF BLDG. 10/22/2007 9:50 1040192 2008 REPLACE BLANK OUTLET COVERS WITH PLUGS 10/22/2007 9:20 1039892 2008 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 10/22/2007 0:00 1039854 2008 EXHAUST FANS SEMI ANNUAL, E & G 10/22/2007 0:00 1039820 2008 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 10/22/2007 0:00 1039671 2008 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 10/22/2007 0:00 1038079 2008 FAB 5 KEYS 10/11/2007 17:10 1037773 2008 FAB 1 NAME PLATE WMC WILL E MAIL INFO 10/10/2007 9:33 1037434 2008 RE LAMP # 117 4 S.W. OF MUSIC...272 7 S 10/8/2007 12:51 1036913 2008 CHILLED WATER PUMPS QUARTERLY 10/8/2007 0:00 1036325 2008 REPAIR HANDICAP DOOR NORTH ENTRANCE 10/3/2007 15:50 1036184 2008 1ST FLOOR SOUTHSIDE DOOR, WHEN PUSHED OP 10/3/2007 8:07 1035672 2008 WATERLESS URINAL CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT 10/1/2007 0:00 1035467 2008 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 10/1/2007 0:00 1034167 2008 ADJUST DOOR CLOSER RM. 220 9/27/2007 15:26 1033482 2008 REPLACE PRESSURE GAUGES IN MACHINE ROOM 9/24/2007 14:53 1033215 2008 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 9/24/2007 0:00 1033147 2008 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 9/24/2007 0:00

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163 1032611 2008 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 9/24/2007 0:00 1032544 2008 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 9/24/2007 0:00 1031658 2008 IN ROOM 225 THERE IS A SHADE THAT IS LEA 9/18/2007 12:49 1031652 2008 IN ROOM 225 THE LIGHT SWITCH DOES NOT TU 9/18/2007 12:45 1031385 2008 RM 245, TOILET IS CLOGGED. HANDICAPPED S 9/17/2007 10:53 1031282 2008 NW CORNER NEAR LARGE LANDSACAPING ROCK, 9/17/2007 7:47 1030892 2008 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 9/17/2007 0:00 1030885 2008 AHU QUARTERLY INSPECTION FOR E&G 9/17/2007 0:00 1030857 2008 ROOM 328 IS FREEZING ALL WEEK CUSTOMER T 9/14/2007 16:22 1030856 2008 ELEVATOR #272 1 RAILING FELL DOWN & IS I 9/14/2007 16:16 1030702 2008 HC SPRINKLERS NEAR CHARLES FENCE IS SPRA 9/13/2007 18:17 1030408 2008 RM 345, TOILET KEEPS RUNNING. REPORTED T 9/12/2007 13:51 1030380 2008 C/R ALL MENS REST ROOM NOT FLUSHING 9/12/2007 12:43 1029555 2008 GENERATOR QUARTERLY, E&G 9/10/2007 0:00 1029279 2008 FIRE ALARM GOING OFF. 9/9/2007 9:50 1029278 2008 FIRE ALARM GOING OFF. REPORTED TO GLENN 9/9/2007 9:30 1029117 2008 REPLACE MISSING VALVE LID ON WATER VALVE 9/7/2007 7:19 1029112 2008 ???? MISSING COBRA HEAD POLE #SO8 13...N 9/7/2007 7:09 1028319 2008 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 9/4/2007 0:00 1026851 2008 IN THEIR SERVICE DR THEY HAVE T RESERVE 8/29/2007 13:35 1026787 2008 CLEAN THE CLASSROOMS 210,215,220,225,AND 8/29/2007 11:22 1026778 2008 KEEP TEMPERATURE AT A CONFORTABLE DEGREE 8/29/2007 11:12 1026612 2008 BRANCHES ARE ALL AROUND THE GROUND PLEAS 8/28/2007 13:41 1026474 2008 MENS RR THE TOILET KEEPS RUNNING 8/28/2007 8:16

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164 1026105 2008 EXIT DOORS HARDWARE SEMI ANNUAL 8/27/2007 0:00 1025861 2008 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 8/27/2007 0:00 1024466 2008 DOMESTIC PUMP 8/20/2007 0:00 1024302 2008 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 8/20/2007 0:00 1024063 2008 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 8/20/2007 0:00 1023083 2008 ROOM 202 DEPARTMENT IS INSTALLING PARTIT 8/13/2007 9:04 1022491 2008 C/R TOILET KEEPS FLUSHING 8/10/2007 13:25 1021274 2008 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 8/6/2007 0:00 1020992 2008 TOILET KEEPS RUNNING IN RM 246. 8/3/2007 15:37 1018993 2008 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 7/30/2007 0:00 1018992 2008 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 7/30/2007 0:00 1017684 2008 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 7/23/2007 0:00 1017618 2008 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 7/23/2007 0:00 1017464 2008 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 7/23/2007 0:00 1016653 2008 TURN 8" STEAM LINE BACK ON AT RINKER 7/16/2007 7:42 1015654 2008 RELAMP ENTRANCE 7/11/2007 8:35 1015459 2008 IN ROOM 346 THE SOAP DISPENSER ON THE RI 7/10/2007 8:33 1014901 2008 CHILLED WATER PUMPS QUARTERLY 7/9/2007 0:00 1014754 2008 DOORS NOT CLOSING ALL THE WAY. SOUTH SID 7/6/2007 10:51 1014449 2008 REPLACE MECHANICAL RMS WITH NEW MASTER 7/3/2007 8:22 1014370 2008 RM 346, SOAP DISPENSER ON THE RIGHT FELL 7/2/2007 13:29 1013326 2008 WATERLESS URINAL CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT 7/2/2007 0:00 1013323 2008 ROOF INSPECTION, SEMI ANNUAL 7/2/2007 0:00 1013148 2008 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 7/2/2007 0:00 1011783 2007 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 6/25/2007 0:00

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165 1011709 2007 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 6/25/2007 0:00 1011553 2007 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 6/25/2007 0:00 1011246 2007 WOMENS RR THERE IS A LIGHT FIXTURE HANGI 6/21/2007 8:13 1011083 2007 LIGHT FIXTURE IS HANGING FROM THE CEILIN 6/20/2007 9:23 1010860 2007 3RD FLOOR WOMENS RR 1ST SINK NOT WORKING 6/19/2007 8:37 1010812 2007 COMMODE CONT FLUSHING REPORTED TO STAN0 6/18/2007 17:22 1010716 2007 MENS ROOM HANDICAP STALL THE TOILET WILL 6/18/2007 11:30 1010715 2007 THE OUTSIDE LIGHTS ARE OUT 6/18/2007 11:29 1010714 2007 3RD FLOOR HALL LIGHTS ARE OUT 6/18/2007 11:27 1010325 2007 AHU QUARTERLY INSPECTION FOR E&G 6/18/2007 0:00 1010236 2007 MENS RESTR: 6/15/2007 9:58 1009268 2007 GENERATOR QUARTERLY, E&G 6/11/2007 0:00 1008999 2007 TOO HOT IN CLASSRM, TESTING ALL DAY REPO 6/9/2007 8:57 1008998 2007 TOO HOT IN CLASSRM, TESTING ALL DAY REPO 6/9/2007 8:54 1008593 2007 EST TO MAIN OFFICE ADD TWO WALLS AND DOO 6/6/2007 9:14 1008182 2007 FAB 3 NAME PLATES SEE EMAIL FOR MORE INF 6/4/2007 9:54 1007869 2007 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 6/4/2007 0:00 1007553 2007 ESTIMATE: ATTN: ROD C. CHANG THE WAY 2 6/1/2007 15:02 1006537 2007 COMMODE NOT FLUSING PROPERLY 5/31/2007 11:25 1006536 2007 RELAMP RM 246 (BACK AND FRONT OF RM),245 5/31/2007 11:24 1006296 2007 C/R LOCK IS NOT WORKING 5/30/2007 8:34 1006158 2007 RELAMP HALLWAY NEAR 145. 5/29/2007 10:19 1006157 2007 RM 345A, LOCK IS HARD TO OPEN. 5/29/2007 10:19 1006014 2007 SEMI ANNUAL ELECT PANEL ROOM 5/29/2007

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166 INSPECTION 0:00 1005823 2007 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 5/29/2007 0:00 1004819 2007 DOMESTIC PUMP 5/21/2007 0:00 1004673 2007 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 5/21/2007 0:00 1004447 2007 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 5/21/2007 0:00 1003822 2007 TOO HOT 5/15/2007 12:32 1003609 2007 C/R SINK STOP UP 5/14/2007 10:38 1003607 2007 RELAMP RMS 145,146 5/14/2007 10:36 1002863 2007 MAKE CLASSROOM REPAIRS 5/10/2007 16:37 1002774 2007 RM 245, TWO FAUCETS ARE NOT WORKING. 5/10/2007 9:35 1002623 2007 TRIM TREES BACK ON TRAIL BETWEEN RIKER & 5/9/2007 11:10 1002459 2007 LOCKED IS JAMMED CAN NOT GET INTO ROOM 5/8/2007 10:19 1001901 2007 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 5/7/2007 0:00 0999684 2007 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, ANNUAL 4/30/2007 0:00 0999683 2007 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 4/30/2007 0:00 0999682 2007 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, ANNUAL 4/30/2007 0:00 0999681 2007 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 4/30/2007 0:00 0999450 2007 BACKFLOW PREVENTOR, 2" & SMALLER 4/30/2007 0:00 0999449 2007 BACKFLOW PREVENTOR, LARGER THAN 2.5" 4/30/2007 0:00 0999448 2007 BACKFLOW PREVENTOR, LARGER THAN 2.5" 4/30/2007 0:00 0999447 2007 BACKFLOW PREVENTOR, LARGER THAN 2.5" 4/30/2007 0:00 0999032 2007 MENS RESTRM FACUET NOT WORKING IN HANDIC 4/25/2007 10:28 0998713 2007 RM 345, HANDICAPPED STALL IS CLOGGED. 4/23/2007 13:54 0998335 2007 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 4/23/2007 0:00

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167 0998295 2007 EXHAUST FANS SEMI ANNUAL, E & G 4/23/2007 0:00 0998254 2007 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 4/23/2007 0:00 0998108 2007 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 4/23/2007 0:00 0997334 2007 URINAL IS OVERFLOWING IN RM 145. REPORTE 4/16/2007 9:48 0996999 2007 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 4/16/2007 0:00 0996633 2007 NORTH OUTSIDE DOOR WILL NOT SECURE REPOR 4/12/2007 22:32 0996632 2007 NORTH OUTSIDE DOOR WILL NOT SECURE REPOR 4/12/2007 22:30 0996513 2007 BLDG SERVICES KEY STUCK IN DOOR LCOK 4/12/2007 11:15 0995524 2007 CHILLED WATER PUMPS QUARTERLY 4/9/2007 0:00 0995149 2007 SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE REQUEST 4/4/2007 15:24 0995147 2007 ATT: CHARLIE MILFORD OUTAGE FOR APRIL 5 4/4/2007 14:55 0995145 2007 ATT: LACY OUTAGE FOR APRIL 5 @ 7:30AM TO 4/4/2007 14:52 0994744 2007 RM 301, KEYS STICKS IN THE LOCK ON ONE 4/2/2007 10:52 0994568 2007 WATERLESS URINAL CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT 4/2/2007 0:00 0994351 2007 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 4/2/2007 0:00 0993023 2007 C/R FRONT ENTRANCE DOORS 3/29/2007 10:37 0992913 2007 RELAMP RM 220,FIRST TWO ROWS OF LIGHTS 3/28/2007 15:07 0992795 2007 RELAMP 3/28/2007 8:24 0992768 2007 PANIC HARDWARE LOOSE RMS. 106 & 110 3/28/2007 6:40 0992711 2007 ELEVATOR SHAFT GLASS NEEDS CLEANING DUST 3/27/2007 13:16 0992176 2007 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 3/26/2007 0:00 0992094 2007 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 3/26/2007 0:00 0991923 2007 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 3/26/2007 0:00 0991345 2007 OUTLET NOT WORKING BY THE ENTRANCE DOOR 3/20/2007 10:16

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168 0991325 2007 SYSTEMS MAINTENANCE REQUEST 3/20/2007 9:25 0991200 2007 ASSIST WITH FIRE MARSCHAL INSPECTION 3/19/2007 11:53 0991073 2007 SUPPLY 20 PALMS WITH BASKETS ON 4/13 3/16/2007 14:12 0991072 2007 SUPPLY 40 PALMS WITH BASKETS ON 4/9 AND 3/16/2007 14:10 0991071 2007 DELIVER 20 PALMS/BASKETS ON 4/13/07 TO T 3/16/2007 14:07 0991070 2007 DELIVER 40 PALMS/BASKETS ON 4/9/07 BY 3/16/2007 14:03 0991053 2007 RM 345A JANITOR'S DOOR LOCK IS NOT WORKI 3/16/2007 12:05 0990956 2007 PAINT WATER SPOT ON WALL IN HALLWAY 3/15/2007 15:01 0990471 2007 AHU QUARTERLY INSPECTION FOR E&G 3/15/2007 0:00 0990434 2007 CLASSROOM REPAIR 3/15/2007 11:55 0990393 2007 PAINT CLASS ROOM & HALLWAY ON 1 & 2 FL 3/15/2007 10:05 0990290 2007 RM 345, HANDICAPPED STALL, TOILET KEEPS 3/14/2007 15:12 0990243 2007 REQUEST ADDITIONAL HOUSEKEEPING ON 4/9 3/14/2007 12:03 0990112 2007 FAB 3 KEYS 3/13/2007 13:13 0989574 2007 GENERATOR QUARTERLY, E&G 3/12/2007 0:00 0988305 2007 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 3/5/2007 0:00 0986596 2007 FAUCET WILL NOT SHUT OFF AT SINK 2/28/2007 7:22 0986403 2007 1ST FLOORNORTH SIDE OF BLDG. HANDICAP DO 2/27/2007 8:51 0986401 2007 FLOURESCENT LIGHTS IN FRONT OF WHITE BOA 2/27/2007 8:50 0986074 2007 POST INDICATOR VALVE, ANNUAL 2/26/2007 0:00 0986062 2007 EXIT DOORS HARDWARE SEMI ANNUAL 2/26/2007 0:00 0985942 2007 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 2/26/2007 0:00 0985878 2007 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 2/26/2007 0:00 0985187 2007 CLEAR FEEDER FOR CONTRACTOR 2/20/2007

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169 11:51 0984631 2007 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 2/19/2007 0:00 0984445 2007 PLEASE KEEP HEAT ON IN BLDG FROM FRIDAY 2/15/2007 15:57 0983791 2007 DOMESTIC PUMP 2/12/2007 0:00 0983170 2007 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 2/12/2007 0:00 0982739 2007 HANDICAP DOOR NOT WORKING 2/12/2007 8:04 0982624 2007 2ND FLOOR MENS RR THE FILTERS NEED TO BE 2/9/2007 12:58 0982612 2007 C/R TOILET STOP UP RM 245 MENS RM 2/9/2007 11:44 0982540 2007 BROKEN SPRINKLER HEAD ON THE NORTH SIDE 2/8/2007 21:25 0982434 2007 NEED WINDOWS CLEANED ON OUTSIDE OF RM 2/8/2007 10:42 0982433 2007 RELAMP 1 FIXTURE 2/8/2007 10:41 0981434 2007 RM 230: PIPE LEAKING BY THE LEFT SIDE OF 2/1/2007 13:00 0980286 2007 C/R REPLACE DOOR STOPPER HAS COME SEE ST 1/30/2007 10:01 0980285 2007 C/R CLOGGED URINAL 1/30/2007 10:00 0980248 2007 RESET BREAKER 1/30/2007 7:54 0979780 2007 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 1/29/2007 0:00 0979779 2007 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 1/29/2007 0:00 0979712 2007 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 1/29/2007 0:00 0979381 2007 C/R WEST ENTRANCE DOOR SCREWS COME & DOO 1/26/2007 10:59 0979035 2007 SAFETY HAZARD: CROSSWALK RINKER/RAWLINGS 1/24/2007 13:25 0979032 2007 SAFETY HAZARD: RINKER NW NEWELL/INNER RE 1/24/2007 13:23 0978283 2007 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 1/22/2007 0:00 0978075 2007 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 1/22/2007 0:00 0977888 2007 D.JONES CALLED BY WORK CONTROL @ 1/19/2007

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170 17:30 F 7:41 0977876 2007 ELECTRICAL REQUEST / PROBLEM (DISTRIB) 1/18/2007 17:37 0977828 2007 NO POWER TO VENDING MACHINE AREA PEPSI 1/18/2007 14:30 0977695 2007 RELAMP RM 304 *ROUND LIGHTS) AND 346 ABO 1/18/2007 8:20 0977679 2007 LIGHTS OFF TOO EARLY ALONG SOUTH SIDE OF 1/18/2007 7:25 0977399 2007 REPAIR PER ATTACHED PM 0973596 1/16/2007 12:33 0976470 2007 TOO HOT IN ROOM TO EVEN TEACH 1/11/2007 8:32 0976274 2007 SENSORS FOR LIGHTS ARE NOT WORKING RIGHT 1/10/2007 8:33 0975147 2007 FAB NAMEPLATE SIGN TO READ: JENNIFER MAS 1/8/2007 9:02 0974955 2007 WATERLESS URINAL CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT 1/8/2007 0:00 0974729 2007 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 1/8/2007 0:00 0973596 2007 ANNUAL SUPERVISOR ROOFING INSPECTION 1/2/2007 0:00 0973407 2007 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 1/2/2007 0:00 0972715 2007 OUTAGE: ELECTRICAL, HVAC, HEATING HOT WA 12/20/2006 13:20 0971561 2007 RELAMP AS NEEDED, RM 220. 12/13/2006 9:22 0971258 2007 OUTAE FOR DOMESTIC WATER STARTING 12/22 12/11/2006 11:30 0970980 2007 GENERATOR QUARTERLY, E&G 12/11/2006 0:00 0970589 2007 MMPARRISH NEEDS DUMPSTER FOR TRASH 12/7/2006 10:45 0970052 2007 1ST FLOOR WEST SIDE DOOR THE BOLT IS OUT 12/4/2006 9:20 0969187 2007 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 12/4/2006 0:00 0968863 2007 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 12/4/2006 0:00 0968716 2007 HVAC TOO HOT ENGERY RECOVERY UNIT 12/1/2006 9:31 0968641 2007 CLASSRM 215 IS TOO HOT. REPORTED TO TONY 11/30/2006 14:58 0968602 2007 CLASSRMS 215 & 210 ARE TOO HOT. REPORTED 11/30/2006 12:39 0968500 2007 REPLACE CONDENSATE VALVE IN SMH 3D3 11/30/2006

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171 14 7:09 0968022 2007 C/R TOILET OVERFLOWING REPORTED TO DANNY 11/28/2006 11:09 0967982 2007 WEST ENTRANCE, AUTO DOOR WILL NOT UNLOCK 11/28/2006 9:12 0967901 2007 SINK NOT WORKING 11/27/2006 13:50 0967823 2007 2ND & 3RD FLR MENS RMS, ONLY ONE SINK WO 11/27/2006 10:17 0967797 2007 RM 345, FAUCET IS NOT WORKING. 1ST SINK. 11/27/2006 9:12 0967658 2007 SEMI ANNUAL ELECT PANEL ROOM INSPECTION 11/27/2006 0:00 0967493 2007 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 11/27/2006 0:00 0967425 2007 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 11/27/2006 0:00 0966709 2007 DOMESTIC PUMP 11/20/2006 0:00 0965854 2007 RM 346/ SECOND STALL IS CLOGGED 3RD FLO 11/14/2006 9:40 0964158 2007 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 11/6/2006 0:00 0963946 2007 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 11/6/2006 0:00 0963928 2007 AHU QUARTERLY INSPECTION FOR E&G 11/6/2006 0:00 0962958 2007 C/R LEFT SINK FAUCET DOESN'T OPERATE 11/1/2006 9:16 0961910 2007 GENERATOR ANNUAL, E&G 10/30/2006 0:00 0961855 2007 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 10/30/2006 0:00 0961854 2007 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 10/30/2006 0:00 0961805 2007 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 10/30/2006 0:00 0961617 2007 UPD REPORTED FIRE ALARM GOING OFF 11:03 10/29/2006 11:07 0961603 2007 REPORT THAT HANIDCAPP DOOR SOUTH SIDE AL 10/28/2006 8:33 0961117 2007 NONE OF THE AUTOMATIC DOORS ARE WORKING. 10/25/2006 10:14 0960971 2007 DUMPSTER IS FULL. 10/24/2006 12:13 0960488 2007 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 10/23/2006

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172 0:00 0960272 2007 ALARM GOING OFF REPORTED TO PAUL HUNTLEY 10/22/2006 8:17 0960258 2007 ALARM GOING OFF REPORTED TO PAUL HUNTLEY 10/21/2006 8:28 0960257 2007 ALARM GOING OFF REPORTED TO PAUL HUNTLEY 10/21/2006 8:25 0960251 2007 OUTAGE: DOMESTIC WATER & SANITARY SEWER. 10/20/2006 16:10 0960233 2007 DOOR STICKS AT THE TOP. RUB MARKS ARE EV 10/20/2006 14:36 0960142 2007 LADIES RR NEXT TO HANDICAP THE TOILET CO 10/20/2006 8:43 0959873 2007 RM 310, THE GLASS IN THE DOOR IS REALLY 10/18/2006 15:24 0958854 2007 RESET FIRE ALARM DIALER 10/14/2006 18:45 0958606 2007 FAB 2 KEYS # 2318 10/12/2006 10:38 0958525 2007 BALACE CHECKED IT IS SMELLING AND REPLAC 10/11/2006 16:09 0958377 2007 2ND FLOOR MENS RR SINK IS CONTINUING TO 10/11/2006 8:38 0958216 2007 AUTOMATIC DOOR NOT WORKING ON 1ST FLR ON 10/10/2006 9:07 0958184 2007 LIGHT OUT ABOVE DESK. SHE SAID IT IS A 10/10/2006 8:03 0958128 2007 ALARM GOING OFF AND IS DISTURBING THE CL 10/9/2006 13:39 0957746 2007 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 10/9/2006 0:00 0957269 2007 OUTAGE: DOMESTIC WATER & SANITARY SEWER. 10/4/2006 11:52 0957263 2007 MENS URINAL IS CLOGGED AND CARTRIDGE NEE 10/4/2006 11:36 0957192 2007 ADDITIONAL CUSTODIAL HELP ON 10/7/06, 8A 10/4/2006 8:19 0957153 2007 CONTRACTOR HIT AN IRRIGATION LINE ON THE 10/3/2006 15:58 0957079 2007 PLEASE SEE CUSTOMER IN RM 304 FOR PROBLE 10/3/2006 12:11 0956794 2007 WEST MAIN ENTRANCE DOOR, AUTOMATICE DOOR 10/2/2006 9:45 0956306 2007 RM 146, FAUCET IN THE MIDDLE SINK IS NOT 9/29/2006 15:51 0956113 2007 PROBLEM W/ MOTION SENSOR LIGHTS. 9/29/2006

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173 THEY GO 12:52 0956029 2007 WATERLESS URINAL CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT 9/29/2006 0:00 0955668 2007 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 9/29/2006 0:00 0955634 2007 RM 346, HANDICAPPED STALL TOILET IS CLOG 9/29/2006 10:10 0955418 2007 OUTAGE: DOMESTIC WATER. BEGINNING 10/13/ 9/29/2006 8:25 0954496 2007 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 9/25/2006 0:00 0954422 2007 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 9/25/2006 0:00 0954248 2007 HANDICAPP DOOR NORTH OF BLDG SOMEONE HAS 9/22/2006 15:03 0954211 2007 C/R HANDICAP ENTRANCE DOOR CLOSER BROKE 9/22/2006 12:55 0954154 2007 CHECK FAN MOTORS IN BOTH AHU'S. 9/22/2006 9:58 0953958 2007 ENTRANCE ON WEST SIDE OF BLDG. DOORS DO 9/21/2006 10:01 0953414 2007 URINAL IS CLOGGED 9/18/2006 13:31 0953363 2007 C/R NEED FILTER CHANGED FOR WATERLESS UR 9/18/2006 10:30 0953357 2007 UPD REPORTED 9/17 @ 17:00: FRONT DOOR O 9/18/2006 10:20 0952689 2007 HVAC TOO HOT.SEE STACY IN RM 304 9/14/2006 15:33 0951690 2007 GENERATOR QUARTERLY, E&G 9/11/2006 0:00 0951368 2007 FIRE ALARM PANEL IS GOING OFF 9/8/2006 9:11 0951246 2007 RELAMP 203. 9/7/2006 13:08 0950795 2007 1ST FLOOR ALARM GOING OFF. REPROTED TO S 9/5/2006 10:24 0950481 2007 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 9/5/2006 0:00 0950195 2007 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 9/5/2006 0:00 0949349 2007 FAB 2 KEYS. CALL WHEN READY. 9/1/2006 8:22 0949050 2007 RM 220, LIGHTS ABOVE THE WHITE BOARD ARE 8/30/2006 14:43 0948329 2007 EXIT DOORS HARDWARE SEMI ANNUAL 8/28/2006 0:00 0948208 2007 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 8/28/2006 0:00 0948146 2007 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 8/28/2006

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174 0:00 0947909 2007 C/R KEYS ARE STICKING IN LOCK CYLINDER 8/25/2006 14:20 0947769 2007 ALL ELECTRIC POWER IS LOST IN BLDG. / NO 8/24/2006 23:51 0947768 2007 ALL ELECTRIC POWER IS LOST IN BLDG. / NO 8/24/2006 23:47 0947497 2007 HVAC TOO HOT 8/24/2006 9:09 0947019 2007 RM 246, REPLACE CEILING TILES. 8/22/2006 10:39 0946955 2007 WATER COMING FROM CEILING CALL DANNY 8/22/2006 5:39 0946950 2007 INVESTIGATE 4" CONDUIT, RINKER BLDG 8/21/2006 16:19 0946886 2007 INVESTIGATE/REPAIR BAD SMELL 2 URINALS M 8/21/2006 13:25 0946868 2007 RM 345, 2ND SINK FAUCET NOT WORKING. AUT 8/21/2006 12:35 0946632 2007 DOMESTIC PUMP 8/21/2006 0:00 0946217 2007 LOCK IS STICKING IN RM 336. 8/18/2006 11:46 0946139 2007 REPLACE DRAIN VALVE ON FIRE SYSTEM 8/18/2006 7:03 0945426 2007 MAIN MECHANICAL ROOM: ONE OF THE RETURN 8/14/2006 10:24 0944175 2007 WORK WITH SIMPLEX ON PROGRAM UPDATE ON 8/7/2006 16:15 0943735 2007 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 8/7/2006 0:00 0943445 2007 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 8/7/2006 0:00 0943429 2007 AHU QUARTERLY INSPECTION FOR E&G 8/7/2006 0:00 0943402 2007 UPDATE COMPUTER SYSTEM 8/4/2006 16:58 0943387 2007 RM 346, HANDICAPPED STALL IS CLOGGED. RE 8/4/2006 15:36 0943277 2007 C/R VFD FOR AHU #2 8/4/2006 7:13 0943181 2007 HVAC TOO HOT 8/3/2006 11:40 0943020 2007 RM 345, URINAL IS CLOGGED. 8/2/2006 15:21 0941632 2007 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 7/31/2006 0:00 0941631 2007 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 7/31/2006 0:00 0941630 2007 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 7/31/2006

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175 0:00 0941577 2007 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 7/31/2006 0:00 0941033 2007 FAB NAME SIGN: WMC WILL FAX ATTACHMENT 7/26/2006 14:23 0940916 2007 REPLACE MAIN CONDENSATE VALVE IN 7/26/2006 8:34 0940895 2007 HIGH COLD DECK TEMP.'S 7/26/2006 6:30 0940157 2007 TOO HOT ROOM 106,110,215,220 7/22/2006 8:36 0939934 2007 RM 138 OUTSIDE DOORS (L) LOCK STICKING 7/20/2006 13:44 0939906 2007 FLUSHLESS URINAL IS DRAINING VERY SLOWLY 7/20/2006 12:18 0939476 2007 FAB 3 SIGNS FOR OUTSIDE OF RM 307. THEY 7/18/2006 7:55 0939359 2007 C/ TOILET DRAINING SLOWLY 7/17/2006 12:24 0939275 2007 RM 245, FILTER IN URIANL NEEDS CHANGING. 7/17/2006 8:31 0938158 2007 RIGHT SINK FAUCET DOES NOT MOVE OR ACTIV 7/11/2006 15:17 0937572 2007 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 7/10/2006 0:00 0937338 2007 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 7/10/2006 0:00 0937112 2007 IN FRONT OF RINKER ENT. REPAIR SIDEWAL 7/6/2006 16:02 0937111 2007 SIDEWALK S OF RINKER ENT. REPLACE SIDEWA 7/6/2006 16:01 0937089 2007 HVAC NOT WORKING CLASSRM 7/6/2006 15:21 0937064 2007 RM 336 IS TOO HOT. TEMP EXCEEDS 82* EVER 7/6/2006 14:17 0936819 2007 WATERLESS URINAL CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT 7/6/2006 0:00 0936813 2007 ROOF INSPECTION, SEMI ANNUAL 7/6/2006 0:00 0936582 2007 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 7/6/2006 0:00 0936461 2007 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 7/6/2006 0:00 0934083 2006 ODOR IN RESTRM 345 ONGOING PROBLEM 6/21/2006 8:42 0933024 2006 RESTRM: RM 345: CHANGE FILTER ON URINAL 6/15/2006 11:41 0933023 2006 NORTH SIDE MAIN DOOR AS YOU COME IN THE 6/15/2006 11:40

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176 0932914 2006 ASSIST JCI WITH SET UP OF OWS AT VARIOUS 6/15/2006 6:50 0932699 2006 FIRE ALARM/BAD FIRE ALARM PANEL 6/13/2006 9:19 0932281 2006 GENERATOR QUARTERLY, E&G 6/12/2006 0:00 0932280 2006 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 6/12/2006 0:00 0930998 2006 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 6/5/2006 0:00 0930845 2006 CHANGE SHUTDOWN RELAY FOR A2 SUPPLY FAN 6/2/2006 7:23 0930757 2006 HVAC VENT IS MAKING A LOT OF NOISE 6/1/2006 11:52 0930523 2006 EXIT SIGN IN RM 225 CAME APART. PART IS 5/31/2006 10:13 0929722 2006 RM 304 FRONT DOOR INSIDE HANDLE HAS FALL 5/30/2006 8:46 0929584 2006 SEMI ANNUAL ELECT PANEL ROOM INSPECTION 5/30/2006 0:00 0929454 2006 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 5/30/2006 0:00 0929384 2006 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 5/30/2006 0:00 0929115 2006 TOO HOT FAN ON AHU IN MECHANICAL RM. 5/26/2006 9:30 0928668 2006 2ND FLR VERY HOT 5/23/2006 9:32 0928579 2006 MEET JASON ON AFFILIATED ENG. AT RINKER 5/22/2006 14:29 0928469 2006 CHECK HANDICAP DOOR 5/22/2006 8:24 0928343 2006 DOMESTIC PUMP 5/22/2006 0:00 0927886 2006 FAN IN BLOWER SYSTEM IN THE FRONT OF THE 5/18/2006 14:31 0927866 2006 HVAC SERVICE REQUEST / PROBLEM 5/18/2006 13:00 0927717 2006 FLRS IN RMS 1104 AND 1109 NEED TO BE WAX 5/17/2006 13:24 0927494 2006 LOCK IS UPSIDE DOWN ON RM 321,ALSO THE D 5/16/2006 9:03 0927493 2006 REPLACE KEY ATT LEN (YOU HAVE KEY) 5/16/2006 9:02 0927406 2006 FAN IN BLOWER SYSTEM IN THE FRONT OF THE 5/15/2006 13:07 0926853 2006 C/R DRIVE PROBLEM FOR F.MACOMB 5/12/2006

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177 6:42 0926824 2006 NO WATER COMING FROM THE FAUCETS IN RM 3 5/11/2006 14:21 0925912 2006 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 5/8/2006 0:00 0925637 2006 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 5/8/2006 0:00 0925621 2006 AHU QUARTERLY INSPECTION FOR E&G 5/8/2006 0:00 0923722 2006 UPD REPORTED 4/30 @ 23:30: WEST SIDE OF 5/1/2006 8:25 0923257 2006 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, ANNUAL 5/1/2006 0:00 0923256 2006 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 5/1/2006 0:00 0923255 2006 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 5/1/2006 0:00 0923254 2006 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, ANNUAL 5/1/2006 0:00 0923253 2006 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 5/1/2006 0:00 0923176 2006 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 5/1/2006 0:00 0923050 2006 BACKFLOW PREVENTOR, 2" & SMALLER 5/1/2006 0:00 0923049 2006 BACKFLOW PREVENTOR, LARGER THAN 2.5" 5/1/2006 0:00 0923048 2006 BACKFLOW PREVENTOR, LARGER THAN 2.5" 5/1/2006 0:00 0923047 2006 BACKFLOW PREVENTOR, LARGER THAN 2.5" 5/1/2006 0:00 0922930 2006 EXTERIOR 3RD FLR SOUTHSIDE DOOR WILL NOT 4/28/2006 15:06 0922313 2006 2ND FLR MENS URINAL NOT FLUSHING AUTOMAT 4/25/2006 8:18 0922299 2006 RM 245 WATER FREE URINAL STOPPED UP 4/25/2006 6:47 0922253 2006 TOILET KEEPS FLUSHING IN RM 346. REPORTE 4/24/2006 13:55 0921664 2006 HVAC TOO HOT RMS 238 & 240 4/20/2006 14:21 0921399 2006 RELAMP 4/19/2006 10:00 0920680 2006 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 4/17/2006 0:00 0920466 2006 CHANGE TIMER ON SPRINKLERS AOUND BLDG TO 4/14/2006 10:03 0920208 2006 REQUEST JANITORAL HELP ON 4/22 FROM 4/12/2006 14:50 0919453 2006 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 4/10/2006 0:00 0919253 2006 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 4/10/2006 0:00 0919136 2006 CLASSRM 238 HAS BEEN EXTREMLY HOT FOR TH 4/7/2006 9:02 0919135 2006 JANITORAL CLOSET WITHIN RM 246,THE CEILI 4/7/2006 9:02 0916854 2006 WATERLESS URINAL CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT 4/3/2006 0:00

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178 0916685 2006 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 4/3/2006 0:00 0916281 2006 DOOR HANDLE IS BROKEN ON RM 230 3/30/2006 10:01 0916038 2006 DECAL VAN WITH LOGO ON EACH SIDE 3/29/2006 8:27 0915535 2006 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 3/27/2006 0:00 0914838 2006 C/R DOOR HITTING JAMB RM. 346 3/22/2006 7:38 0914672 2006 THE LIGHT SENSOR SYSTEM CUTS OFF THE LIG 3/21/2006 9:14 0913537 2006 C/R HANDICAP DOOR 3/14/2006 14:34 0913056 2006 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 3/13/2006 0:00 0913055 2006 GENERATOR QUARTERLY, E&G 3/13/2006 0:00 0912742 2006 2ND FLR MENS RM HAS A CLOGGED WATERLESS 3/9/2006 15:27 0912717 2006 LEAK WATER (BLDG) 3/9/2006 13:34 0912614 2006 COMMODE WONT STOPPED RUNNING ON 1ST / F 3/8/2006 19:29 0912381 2006 RM 10, AC IS STILL TOO LOUD TO HEAR CLAS 3/7/2006 12:25 0912189 2006 C/R URINAL STOPP UP 3/6/2006 11:35 0912161 2006 URINALS CHANGE THE FILTERS IN RM 345. 3/6/2006 9:50 0912040 2006 POST INDICATOR VALVE, ANNUAL 3/6/2006 0:00 0912039 2006 POST INDICATOR VALVE, ANNUAL 3/6/2006 0:00 0912038 2006 POST INDICATOR VALVE, ANNUAL 3/6/2006 0:00 0912037 2006 POST INDICATOR VALVE, ANNUAL 3/6/2006 0:00 0912036 2006 POST INDICATOR VALVE, ANNUAL 3/6/2006 0:00 0912035 2006 POST INDICATOR VALVE, ANNUAL 3/6/2006 0:00 0912034 2006 POST INDICATOR VALVE, ANNUAL 3/6/2006 0:00 0912033 2006 POST INDICATOR VALVE, ANNUAL 3/6/2006 0:00 0912032 2006 POST INDICATOR VALVE, ANNUAL 3/6/2006 0:00 0912031 2006 POST INDICATOR VALVE, ANNUAL 3/6/2006 0:00 0911679 2006 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 3/6/2006 0:00 0911579 2006 RELAMP CLASSRM 220 AS NEEDED. 3/3/2006 9:44 0910901 2006 DESIGN, BID, CONSTRUCT & COMMISSION HVAC 2/27/2006 11:58 0910866 2006 FIRE ALARM GOING OFF. REPORTED TO CARON. 2/27/2006 10:18 0910696 2006 EXIT DOORS HARDWARE SEMI ANNUAL 2/27/2006 0:00

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179 0910569 2006 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 2/27/2006 0:00 0910493 2006 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 2/27/2006 0:00 0910267 2006 FIRE ALARM WILL NOT RESTORE 2/25/2006 15:09 0910266 2006 FIRE ALARM WILL NOT RESTORE 2/25/2006 15:05 0909331 2006 DOMESTIC PUMP 2/20/2006 0:00 0908906 2006 FAB 3 KEYS. CALL WHEN READY. 2/17/2006 13:52 0908904 2006 CHANGE FILTERS IN URINALS IN RM 245. 2/17/2006 13:46 0908902 2006 RELAMP RM 220 AS NEEDED. 2/17/2006 13:45 0908769 2006 SCOPE OF WORK HVAC & CONTROLS REFERENCE 2/16/2006 15:21 0908688 2006 TOILET OVERFLOWING IN 1ST FLR MENS RM. 2/16/2006 10:30 0908571 2006 HVAC RETURN FAN IS OUT NOT WORKING 2/15/2006 15:26 0908384 2006 RELAMP 4 BULBS OUT IN RM 202 2/14/2006 10:08 0908003 2006 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 2/14/2006 0:00 0908002 2006 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 2/14/2006 0:00 0907669 2006 AHU QUARTERLY INSPECTION FOR E&G 2/14/2006 0:00 0907619 2006 NEED WATER CLEANUP 1ST FLR MENS RSTRM 2/13/2006 14:59 0907617 2006 1ST FLR MENS RESTRM MAJOR LEAK 2/13/2006 14:58 0907590 2006 SIGNS NEED TO BE PUT UP ON RAILINGS "NO 2/13/2006 13:18 0907540 2006 WEST SIDE AUTOMATIC DOOR WILL NOT CLOS 2/13/2006 10:52 0907164 2006 C/R 2ND FR S SIDE DR, CAN NOT OPEN FROM 2/9/2006 16:01 0907081 2006 C/R DOOR LOCK ON SOUTH DOOR IS NOT WORKI 2/9/2006 11:23 0907055 2006 SIMPLEX TO REPROGRAM 4100 F/A SYSTEM 2/9/2006 9:49 0906959 2006 HVAC RETURN FAN IS OUT NOT WORKING 2/8/2006 14:35 0906792 2006 RM 110 INVESTIGATE/REPAIR FAN/VENT 2/7/2006

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180 SQUEA 15:45 0906789 2006 ASSIST WITH HANDICAP DOOR REPAIR 2/7/2006 15:40 0906407 2006 AUTOMATIC DOOR CLOSER IS BENTINTO DOOR. 2/5/2006 3:00 0906406 2006 HVAC IS RUNNING WIDE OPEN CAUSING NEGETI 2/5/2006 2:56 0906405 2006 NEED ASSISTANCE IN RESETTING FIRE ALARM 2/5/2006 1:14 0906058 2006 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 2/3/2006 0:00 0905875 2006 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 2/3/2006 0:00 0905856 2006 REPAIR AND INSTALL LIGHT RINKER 2/2/2006 17:20 0904996 2006 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 1/30/2006 0:00 0904935 2006 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 1/30/2006 0:00 0904757 2006 IN HER OFFICE SHE HAS A TOP PART OF A LI 1/27/2006 11:45 0904614 2006 SEVERAL OF THE ALUMINUM LETTERS ON THE N 1/26/2006 12:35 0904610 2006 REPLACE MISSING EXT ALUMINUM LETTERS 1/26/2006 12:23 0903546 2006 FIRE ALARM PANEL GOING OFF ON 1ST FLR. R 1/20/2006 13:42 0903198 2006 BLDG SIGN IS MISSING LETTERS 1/18/2006 15:27 0902058 2006 RELAMP FRONT OF CLASSROOM 1/11/2006 13:03 0901741 2006 RM 220 CLASSROOM LIGHTS DO NOT ALL COME 1/10/2006 7:10 0901232 2006 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 1/9/2006 0:00 0900959 2006 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 1/9/2006 0:00 0900830 2006 HVAC VENTS HAS DIRT FLYING FROM THEM NEE 1/6/2006 9:05 0900130 2006 WATERLESS URINAL CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT; 1/3/2006 0:00 0900124 2006 ROOF 1/3/2006 0:00 0899918 2006 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 1/3/2006 0:00 0899801 2006 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 1/3/2006 0:00 0899497 2006 C/R OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE SENSOR 12/23/2005 15:58 0899356 2006 RM IS VERY COLD ALSO IS BLDG GOING TO ST 12/22/2005 9:32 0899231 2006 C/R S14 12 POLE LIGHT GLOBE IS LOOSE AN 12/21/2005 12:01

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1 81 0899087 2006 C/R LETTERS MISSING FROM BRICK SIGN NORT 12/20/2005 10:06 0898975 2006 CEILING LEAK IN RM 203. REPORTED TO BETT 12/19/2005 14:28 0898974 2006 ELEVATOR #272 1 ON THE 1ST FLOOR IS NOT 12/19/2005 14:16 0898190 2006 RELAMP 220 EXAM AT 3PM. REPORTED TO PA 12/15/2005 14:38 0897968 2006 RINKER HALL HVAC CORRECTIONS 12/13/2005 16:21 0897463 2006 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 12/12/2005 0:00 0897462 2006 GENERATOR QUARTERLY, E&G 12/12/2005 0:00 0897250 2006 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 12/12/2005 0:00 0896220 2006 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 12/5/2005 0:00 0895391 2006 BOTH RESTRMS WOMENS/MENS SINKS ARE NOT W 11/28/2005 16:08 0895127 2006 SEMI ANNUAL ELECT PANEL ROOM INSPECTION 11/28/2005 0:00 0894995 2006 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 11/28/2005 0:00 0894757 2006 TOO COLD WHOLE BLDG ESPECIALLY RM 203 11/23/2005 11:28 0894292 2006 DOMESTIC PUMP 11/21/2005 0:00 0893487 2006 BROKEN LAWN SPRINKLER HEADS 11/16/2005 8:33 0893132 2006 RM 346, TOILET WON'T FLUSH. 11/14/2005 8:57 0892886 2006 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 11/14/2005 0:00 0892586 2006 C/R TOILET HANDICAP STALL STOPP UPPAPER 11/10/2005 13:07 0892146 2006 C/R LIGHTS AT RINKER # 272 5, 6, 10, 11. 11/8/2005 7:10 0891566 2006 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 11/7/2005 0:00 0891548 2006 AHU QUERTERLY INSPECTION FOR E&G 11/7/2005 0:00 0890987 2006 CHECK AUTOMATIC LIGHT OPERATION 11/1/2005 13:08 0890927 2006 GENERATOR ANNUAL, E&G 11/1/2005 0:00

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183 0884873 2006 CHECK/TIGHTEN LOCK CYLINDER ON CENTER GL 9/29/2005 10:19 0884872 2006 CHECK/REPAIR ALL HANDICAPPED ENTRANCE DO 9/29/2005 10:18 0884720 2006 FAB KEYS 9/28/2005 13:03 0884676 2006 CENTER AND RIGHT SINK FAUCET NOT WORKING 9/28/2005 10:48 0884008 2006 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 9/26/2005 0:00 0882990 2006 TOO HOT IN THE BLDG. BLOWING COLD AIR OU 9/22/2005 15:17 0882775 2006 CHECK FIRE PANEL AFTER ALARM 9/21/2005 15:47 0881507 2006 RM 345, FILTERS NEED TO BE CHANGED IN UR 9/16/2005 8:08 0881405 2006 CHANGE FILTERS IN URINALS IN 3RD FLR MEN 9/15/2005 10:38 0881404 2006 SINK FAUCET WON'T SHUT OFF PUSH HANDLE 9/15/2005 10:36 0880510 2006 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 9/12/2005 0:00 0880509 2006 GENERATOR QUARTERLY, E&G 9/12/2005 0:00 0880302 2006 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 9/12/2005 0:00 0880151 2006 SOUTH SIDE 2ND FLR DOOR LOCK IS JAMMED 9/9/2005 9:15 0880150 2006 AUTO MATIC DOORS ARE NOT WORKING AT FRON 9/9/2005 9:13 0879795 2006 DOOR LOCK KEYS BROKEN OFF IN IT 2ND FL L 9/7/2005 12:57 0879644 2006 OUTLET NEAR RM 338 HAS NO POWER. 9/6/2005 16:11 0879643 2006 URINAL IN THE 2ND FLR MENS RM IS CLOGGED 9/6/2005 16:09 0879253 2006 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 9/6/2005 0:00 0879058 2006 PUMP 4 IS NOT WORKING. 9/2/2005 14:29 0879057 2006 BELT ON ENERGY RECOVERY WHEEL IS BUSTED. 9/2/2005 14:28 0879054 2006 SUPPLY AIR FAN IS NOT WORKING. 9/2/2005 14:27 0878915 2006 RESET FIRE ALARM @ RINKER HALL 9/1/2005 23:40 0878914 2006 RESET FIRE ALARM @ RINKER HALL /BLDG 9/1/2005

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184 27. 23:34 0878742 2006 FIRE ALARM WENT OFF & NOW FANS ARE BLOWI 9/1/2005 7:36 0878643 2006 WATER PICK UP IN RM 145. REPORTED TO LIN 8/31/2005 13:14 0878637 2006 COMMODE OVERFLOWING WHEN FLUSHING KEEPS 8/31/2005 12:48 0878635 2006 COMMODE OVERFLOWING WHEN FLUSHING KEEPS 8/31/2005 12:43 0878467 2006 C/R FAUCET IS NOT WORKING 8/30/2005 14:10 0878466 2006 GO TO RM 304. CUSTOMER WILL SHOW YOU A V 8/30/2005 14:08 0877971 2006 EXIT DOORS HARDWARE SEMI ANNUAL 8/29/2005 0:00 0877878 2006 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 8/29/2005 0:00 0877480 2006 REPAIR BACKFLOW PREVENTOR AND RETEST 8/26/2005 7:25 0875333 2006 C/R DOOR WILL NOT SHUT (SECURITY PROBLEM 8/15/2005 16:09 0874951 2006 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 8/15/2005 0:00 0873977 2006 PICK UP USED LAMPS AT ROOM 304 8/8/2005 11:45 0873468 2006 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 8/8/2005 0:00 0873450 2006 AHU QUERTERLY INSPECTION FOR E&G 8/8/2005 0:00 0872308 2006 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 8/1/2005 0:00 0872307 2006 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 8/1/2005 0:00 0872306 2006 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 8/1/2005 0:00 0872250 2006 EMERGENCY & EXIT LIGHTING INSPECTION 8/1/2005 0:00 0870563 2006 FAB NAMEPLATE TO READ: ESTHER OBONYO. BL 7/21/2005 9:45 0870499 2006 CHANGE OUT VALVE ON FIRE SYSTEM 7/21/2005 6:50 0870388 2006 LADIES RM NEAR THE STAIRS ON THE 1ST FLR 7/20/2005 11:37 0869504 2006 TOO HOT 7/15/2005 10:15 0869032 2006 GO TO RM 304. CUSTOMER WILL SHOW YOU A V 7/12/2005 15:36 0868364 2006 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 7/11/2005 0:00 0867901 2006 AIR HANDLER MONTHLY, FILTER 7/7/2005 0:00 0867369 2006 ROOFING CREW SEMI ANNUAL INSPECTION 7/5/2005 0:00 0867271 2006 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 7/5/2005 0:00

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187 0845850 2005 ESTIMATE: CANCEL/DISCONNECT (CALL CUST 3/9/2005 10:33 0844666 2005 RELAMP AS NEEDED 3/2/2005 9:58 0844221 2005 SHAMPOO 3RD FLR OFFICES. 2/28/2005 8:47 0844090 2005 EXIT LIGHTS & DOORS 2/28/2005 0:00 0843997 2005 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 2/28/2005 0:00 0841610 2005 REMOVE BROKEN XXXXXXX KEY 2/14/2005 16:05 0841232 2005 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 2/14/2005 0:00 0840748 2005 RELAMP AS NEEDED 2/10/2005 13:41 0839507 2005 AHU QUERTERLY INSPECTION FOR E&G 2/3/2005 0:00 0838480 2005 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 1/31/2005 0:00 0838479 2005 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 1/31/2005 0:00 0838478 2005 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 1/31/2005 0:00 0837337 2005 NO POWER IN CLASSRM REPORTED TO STAN 1/24/2005 12:53 0836200 2005 FAB KEYS 1/19/2005 9:30 0836143 2005 TROUBLE ALARM WANT RESET 1/19/2005 5:07 0835946 2005 HVAC TOO COLD 1/18/2005 10:00 0834226 2005 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 1/10/2005 0:00 0833395 2005 EAST SIDE OF BLDG HAS NO AIR ON ALL FLRS 1/5/2005 8:26 0832947 2005 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 1/4/2005 0:00 0832045 2005 TOILET CLOGGED IN RM 345. 12/20/2004 15:48 0831952 2005 TOO COLD ON THE 3RD FLOOR. 12/20/2004 11:04 0831568 2005 REPLACE LIGHTS ALONG SIDEWALK NEAR PARKI 12/16/2004 7:29 0830380 2005 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 12/13/2004 0:00 0830379 2005 GENERATOR QUARTERLY, E&G 12/13/2004 0:00 0829511 2005 ASSIST WITH FIRE SPRINKLER PMS 12/9/2004

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188 8:30 0827916 2005 RELAMP RM 345A. 12/1/2004 10:15 0827773 2005 NEED PADLOCK PUT ON ROOF HATCH EDC 8 11/30/2004 14:17 0827342 2005 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 11/30/2004 0:00 0826060 2005 REPAIR BACKFLOW PREVENTOR 11/22/2004 10:31 0824789 2005 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 11/16/2004 0:00 0822810 2005 ATTN: SKIP: NEED ACCOUNT #'S FOR SECURI 11/3/2004 11:28 0822689 2005 C/R DOOR CLOSURER HAS SEPERATED FROM DOO 11/2/2004 11:01 0822524 2005 QUARTERLY PM 11/1/2004 8:54 0822394 2005 REST ROOM INSPECTION,SEMI ANNUAL 11/1/2004 0:00 0822210 2005 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 11/1/2004 0:00 0822209 2005 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 11/1/2004 0:00 0822208 2005 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 11/1/2004 0:00 0821655 2005 CLEAN AIR VENT IN RM 310 10/26/2004 16:03 0821654 2005 RELAMP RM 310 10/26/2004 16:02 0820765 2005 TREE LIMBS IS BROKEN & HANGING IN THE TR 10/20/2004 14:43 0820466 2005 VOIP GAVE TO JACKIE TO INVESTIGATE/BFE 10/18/2004 8:52 0820011 2005 C/R URINAL (NOT FLUSHING) (PER CUSTOMER 10/14/2004 12:08 0819660 2005 HLTH CTR 10/11 @ 21:00: MAINT TO SET FIR 10/12/2004 7:22 0819656 2005 C/R DOOR NOT CLOSEING RM. 346 10/11/2004 16:40 0819211 2005 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 10/9/2004 0:00 0818596 2005 RELAMP RMS 203, 302 10/6/2004 9:09 0818287 2005 UPD REPORTED: NORTH SIDE SET OF DODORS T 10/4/2004 11:13 0818011 2005 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 10/4/2004

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189 0:00 0817572 2005 UPD REPORTED 9/29 @ 2:40AM: RINKER HALL 9/30/2004 9:22 0817009 2005 TREE LIMB HANGING OVER THE WALKWAY BETWE 9/28/2004 12:10 0816416 2005 RED LIGHT IS STILL ON ON THE PANEL. REFE 9/23/2004 15:43 0815873 2005 HVAC EXHAUSTED IS OUT ERV IN MECH ROOM 9/20/2004 8:06 0815486 2005 FIRE CODE CORRECTION: ITEM #1: FIRE ALAR 9/17/2004 10:20 0815173 2005 EXIT LIGHT HAS FALLEN AND BROKE 9/15/2004 12:47 0815045 2005 KEY NOT WORKING ON BAR ON DOOR NORTH DOO 9/15/2004 8:07 0814568 2005 GENERATOR QUARTERLY, E&G 9/14/2004 0:00 0814025 2005 C/R AUTOMATIC DOOR THE HINGES ARE LOOSE 9/10/2004 14:37 0813647 2005 HSC CALL ON 9/7/04 AT 11:17AM: 3RD FL UN 9/9/2004 7:49 0812701 2005 EXIT LIGHTS & DOORS 8/29/2004 0:00 0812625 2005 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 8/29/2004 0:00 0811357 2005 RESET PASSWORD ON LINES 273 1151 AND LIN 8/20/2004 15:39 0811253 2005 ASST. NICK AND NICK W/ FACP 8/20/2004 7:20 0811187 2005 REPIPE CHEMICAL TANK & FILTER. 8/19/2004 11:50 0811039 2005 STEAM SERVICE REQUEST / PROBLEM (BLDG) 8/18/2004 14:03 0810922 2005 REPLACE PENCIL SHARPENERS RM. 110 8/18/2004 8:09 0810403 2005 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 8/15/2004 0:00 0810204 2005 C/R SEATING 8/13/2004 7:23 0808434 2005 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 8/1/2004 0:00 0808433 2005 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, QUARTERLY 8/1/2004 0:00 0808162 2005 FILTERS IN WATERLESS URINALS NEED TO BE 7/29/2004 15:04 0807139 2005 REPAIR: NOT ABLE TO SEND OR GET FAXES LI 7/22/2004 8:46 0805713 2005 GENERATOR MONTHLY, E&G 7/12/2004 0:00

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190 0805482 2005 FAB "DIRECTOR" NAME PLATE 7/9/2004 8:05 0805028 2005 HVAC TOO HOT IN THE ENTIRE BLDG 7/6/2004 7:45 0804471 2004 REPAIR PHONE RINGING IN THEN FALLING OFF 6/30/2004 8:00 0804457 2004 C/R VFD FOR CHW PUMPS 6/29/2004 16:49 0804449 2004 CHANGES NEED TO BE MADE SEE PAPERWORK 6/29/2004 15:44 0803962 2004 FIRE PIPE SYSTEMS, MONTHLY 6/28/2004 0:00 0803401 2004 AIR HANDLER QUARTERLY, E&G 6/28/2004 0:00 0803015 2004 C/R FIXED SEATING 6/22/2004 17:18 0802865 2004 C/R ERU AND VFD FOR CHW PUMP #3 6/21/2004 15:44 0802359 2004 FAN ON ROOF, BELT IS MAKING LOUD NOISE I 6/18/2004 12:03 0802146 2004 ELEVATOR STRANGE NOISES COMING FROM TH 6/16/2004 11:31 0801597 2004 GENERATOR QUARTERLY, E&G 6/11/2004 0:00 0800977 2004 WATER FOUNTAIN BY ELEVATOR IS CLOGGED 6/9/2004 14:37 0800269 2004 LEAK WATER (BLDG) 6/2/2004 15:39

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191 APPENDIX N NET BENEFITS / NET SAVINGS EQUATIONS Figure N 1 EEM cost breakdown and LCC calculation.

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192 APPENDIX O BASELINE ENERGY CATA LOG Figure O 1 Approach #1 energy consumption. Table O 1 Approach #1 energy consumption. Approach #1 MBtu Cost Unit Cost Electricity 1466.7 $43,360.69 $0.1009 kWh Steam 268.2 $1,866.67 $6.96 Klbs Chilled Water 3320.3 $34,348.50 $124.14 kton 5055.2 $79,575.86 Figure O 2 Approach #2 energy consumption. Table O 2 Approach #2 energy consumption. Approach #2 MBtu Cost Unit Cost Electricity 1586.8 $46,911.26 $0.1009 kWh Steam 513.9 $3,576.74 $6.96 Klbs Chilled Water 3635.9 $37,613.39 $124.14 kton 5736.6 $88,101.39 Approach #1 Energy Consumption (MBtu) 1466.7 268.2 3320.3 Approach #2 Energy Consumption (MBtu) 1586.8 513.9 3635.9

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193 APPENDIX P ENERGY AUDIT COMPARSIONS Model Input Parameter / Energy Efficiency Measure Description Insulation R-value Assembly U-factor/ C-factor/ Ffactor Description Insulation R-value Assembly Ufactor/ Cfactor/ Ffactor Reference Roofs TPO roof with 6" Insulation 30.85 0.03241 TPO roof with 6" Insulation 30.85 0.03241 According to Construction Documents Roof SRI 0.45 0 0.45 ASHRAE Standard 90.12007 (for Energy Modeling) Walls Above Grade Exterior Metal Pnl 6" Insulation 25.33 0.03947 Exterior Metal Pnl 6" Insulation 25.33 0.03947 According to Construction Documents Walls Below Grade None Available None Available 0 0 According to Construction Documents Semiheated Exterior Envelope None Available None Available 0 0 According to Construction Documents Floors Lightwieght Concrete 6.3 0.107 Lightwieght Concrete 6.3 0.107 ASHRAE Standard Table 5.5-2 Building Enevlope Requirements for Climate Zone 2 Slab-On-Grade Floors Lightwieght Concrete 6.3 0.107 Lightwieght Concrete 6.3 0.107 ASHRAE Standard Table 5.5-2 Building Enevlope Requirements for Climate Zone 2 Opaque doors None Available None Available 0 0 According to Construction Documents Other Building Envelope (Construction Assemblies) Approach #1 Approach #2

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194 Include units for all relevant inputs Model Input Parameter / Energy Efficiency Measure Approach #1 Approach #2 Reference Vertical fenestration Area (% of Wall area) 42.0%42.0% According to Construction Documents Vertical Glazing DescriptionViracon VE7-2MViracon VE7-2M According to Construction Documents Vertical Glazing U-factor0.290.29 According to Construction Documents Vertical Glazing SHGC North 0.290.29 According to Construction Documents Vertical Glazing SHGC Non-North 0.290.29 According to Construction Documents Shading Devices Brick WallBrick Wall According to Construction Documents Fenestration Visual Light Transmittance0.550.55 According to Construction Documents Skylight Fenestration Area (percent of roof area) 3.95%0.039527721 According to Construction Documents Skylight DescriptionViracon VE7-2MViracon VE7-2M According to Construction Documents Skylight U-factor0.290.29 According to Construction Documents Skylight SHGC0.230.23 According to Construction Documents Building Self-Shading DescriptionSelf-Shading Building System West SideSelf-Shading Building System West Side According to Construction Documents Building Orientation & Shape North to South / basic rectangle shape North to South / basic rectangle shape According to Construction Documents Other Fenestration and Shading

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195 Include units for all relevant inputs Model Input Parameter / Energy Efficiency Measure Approach #1 Approach #2 Reference Primary HVAC Type2x Floor MER Stacked2x Floor MER Stacked According to Construction Documents Other HVAC Type Not Applicable Not Applicable According to Construction Documents Semi-conditioned Space HVAC Type Not Applicable Not Applicable According to Construction Documents Semi-conditioned Area (Gross SF) Not Applicable Not Applicable According to Construction Documents Semi-conditioned Heating Capacity (Btuh) Not Applicable Not Applicable According to Construction Documents Total Cooling Capacity2600 MBH2600 MBH According to Construction Documents Unitary Cooling Capacity Ranges1300 MBH1300 MBH According to Construction Documents Unitary Cooling Efficiency Not Available Not Available According to Construction Documents Total Heating Capacity2358 MBH2358 MBH According to Construction Documents Unitary Heating Capacity Ranges1179 MB1179 MBH According to Construction Documents Unitary Heating Efficiency Not Available Not Available According to Construction Documents Fan System Operation Variable Speed Drive Variable Speed Drive According to Energy Audit Outdoor Air Design Min Ventilation115390 17360According to Energy Audit HVAC Air-side Economizer Cycle 12,000 cfm12,000 cfm According to Energy Audit Economizer High-Limit Shutoff65 deg. F (default)65 deg. F (default) According to Construction Documents Design Airflow Rates (Conditioned Space)50,000 cfm56,000 According to Energy Audit Total System Fan Power (Conditioned)250hp/ 45.4 bhp / 37.3kw =0.000746kw/cfm 50hp/ 45.4 bhp / 37.3kw =0.000666kw/cfmAccording to Energy Audit Total Supply Fan Power50hp/ 45.4 bhp / 37.3kw =0.000746kw/cfm50hp/ 45.4 bhp / 37.3kw =0.000666kw/cfm According to Energy Audit Total Return / Relief Fan Power 25 hp/18.75 bhp / 18.65kw=0.000343kw/cfm 25 hp/18.75 bhp / 18.65kw=0.000333kw/cfm According to Energy Audit Total Exhaust Fan Power (tied to AHUs)30.67hp30.67hp According to Construction Documents Zone Terminal Boxes Fan Power Not Applicable Not Applicable According to Construction Documents Unconditioned Total Fan Power Not Applicable Not Applicable According to Construction Documents Unconditioned Total Fan Flow Not Applicable Not Applicable According to Construction Documents Semi-conditioned Total Fan Power Not Applicable Not Applicable According to Construction Documents Semi-conditioned Total Fan Flow Not Applicable Not Applicable According to Construction Documents Exhaust Air Energy Recovery3Not Available Not Available According to Construction Documents Demand Control Ventilation4 Classrooms Classrooms According to Construction Documents Supply Air Temperature Reset Parameters Not Available Not Available According to Construction Documents Thermal Energy Storage Not Available Not Available According to Construction Documents Other 2 Indicate Total System Fan Power including supply, return, exhaust and relief fan power 3 Indicate energy recovery efficiency, percentage of building served by ERV, and ERV bypass Mechanism. 4 Indicate spaces with DCV, method of control used. HVAC (Air-Side) 1 Enter ventilation flow rate (not %).

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196 Include units for all relevant inputs Model Input Parameter / Energy Efficiency Measure Approach #1 Approach #2 Reference The Project Has District Heating (Y/N)YesYes According to Construction Documents The Project Has District Cooling (Y/N)YesYes According to Construction Documents Number of Chillers 0 0 According to Construction Documents Chiller Part-Load Controls1Not Applicable Not Applicable According to Construction Documents Chiller Capacity (Per Chiller) Not Applicable Not Applicable According to Construction Documents Chiller Efficiency Not Applicable Not Applicable According to Construction Documents Chilled Water Loop Supply Temperature4445 According to Energy Audit Chilled Water (CHW) Loop Delta-T10.28 According to Energy Audit CHW Loop Temp Reset Parameters Not Available Not Available According to Construction Documents CHW Loop Configuration2Constant primary Constant Primary According to Construction Documents Number of Primary CHW Pumps11 According to Construction Documents Primary CHW Pump Power10hp10hp According to Energy Audit Primary CHW Pump Flow538 GPM538 GPM According to Construction Documents Primary CHW Pump Speed ControlVFDVFD According to Energy Audit Secondary CHW Pump Power10 HP10 HP According to Energy Audit Secondary CHW Pump Flow538 GPM538 GPM According to Construction Documents Secondary CHW Pump Speed ControlVFDVFD According to Energy Audit Number of Cooling Towers / Fluid Coolers00 According to Construction Documents Cooling Tower Fan Power Not Applicable Not Applicable According to Construction Documents Cooling Tower Fan Control Not Applicable Not Applicable According to Construction Documents Condenser Water Leaving Temperature Not Available Not Available According to Construction Documents Condenser Water (CW) Loop Delta-T Not Available Not Available According to Construction Documents CW Loop Temp Reset Parameters Not Available Not Available According to Construction Documents CW Loop Configuration2Not Available Not Available According to Construction Documents Number of CW Pumps11 According to Energy Audit CW Pump Power Not Available Not Available According to Construction Documents CW Pump Flow Not Available Not Available According to Construction Documents CW Pump Speed Control Not Available Not Available According to Construction Documents Number of Boilers00 According to Construction Documents Boiler Part-Load Controls Not Available Not Available According to Construction Documents Boiler Capacity (Per Boiler)3166 MBH process load3166 MBH process load According to Construction Documents Boiler Efficiency Not Available Not Available According to Construction Documents Boiler Water Loop Supply Temperature180 deg. F180 deg. F According to Energy Audit Hot Water or Steam (HHW) Loop Delta-T20 deg. F20 deg. F According to Construction Documents HHW Loop Temp Reset Parameters Not Available Not Available According to Construction Documents HHW Loop Configuration2Constant primary Constant primary According to Construction Documents Number of Primary HHW Pumps11 According to Energy Audit Primary HHW Pump Power15 HP15 HP According to Energy Audit Primary HHW Pump Flow324 gpm324 gpm According to Construction Documents Primary HHW Pump Speed ControlConstant VolumeConstant Volume According to Energy Audit Secondary HHW Pump Power15 HP15 HP According to Energy Audit Secondary HHW Pump Flow324 gpm324 gpm According to Construction Documents Secondary HHW Pump Speed ControlConstant VolumeConstant Volume According to Energy Audit Thermal Energy Storage Capacity Not Applicable Not Applicable According to Construction Documents Thermal Energy Storage Control Sequence Not Applicable Not Applicable According to Construction Documents Thermal Energy Storage Charge Temp Not Applicable Not Applicable According to Construction Documents Thermal Energy Storage Chiller Efficiency3Not Applicable Not Applicable According to Construction Documents Water-side Economizer Not Applicable Not Applicable According to Construction Documents Water-side Energy Recovery Not Applicable Not Applicable According to Construction Documents Other 1 Example variable speed drive, dual compressors, etc. 2 Constant Primary / Variable Secondary, Variable Primary, etc. 3 The full-load efficiency of the chillers while charging the thermal energy storage tanks HVAC (Water-side)

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197 Include units for all relevant inputs Model Input Parameter / Energy Efficiency Measure Approach #1 Approach #2 Reference SHW Equipment Type Electric Hot Water 1/ Electric Hot Water 2Electric Hot Water 1/ Electric Hot Water 2 According to Construction Documents SHW Storage Tank Capacity 40/2040 / 19.9 According to Energy Audit SHW Heating Input Capacity0.002 4500watts=15.36btu/h / 1650watts=5.632 btu/h According to Energy Audit Equipment Efficiency11 According to Construction Documents Temperature Controls 120"+120 / 74" According to Energy Audit SHW Energy Recovery Not Available Not Available According to Construction Documents Other Include units for all relevant inputs Model Input Parameter / Energy Efficiency Measure Approach #1 Approach #2 Reference Automatic Lighting Shutoff MethodOccupancy Sensors Occupancy Sensors do not Function Properly According to Energy Audit Gross Lighted Floor Area48,915 s.f.48,915 s.f. According to Construction Documents Interior Lighting Power Calc Method Spacby-Space Method per ASHRAE 90. As per electrical plans: E-2, E-3 and Audit According to Energy Audit Interior Lighting Power Density (Average)1.161.12 According to Energy Audit Interior LPD per space (Space-by-Space) See Attached See Attached According to Energy Audit Automatic Interior Space Shutoff Control Yes YesAccording to Energy Audit Daylight Dimming Controls In Classrooms In Classrooms but do not work According to Energy Audit Automatic Exterior Lighting Control Timer Timer According to Energy Audit Total Exterior Lighting Power 16 Watts 16 Watts According to Construction Documents Other Include units for all relevant inputs Model Input Parameter / Energy Efficiency Measure Approach #1 Approach #2 Reference Receptacle equipment 0.5 watts/s.f.0.5 watts/s.f. According to ASHRAE 90.1 Escalators and Elevators Not Available Not Available According to Energy Audit Refrigeration equipment Not Available 1164 kW According to Energy Audit Cooking Not Applicable Not Available According to Construction Documents Data Center & Server Room Loads20 watts/s.f.20 watts/s.f. According to ASHRAE 90.1 Process loads Not Available Not Available According to Construction Documents Other Soda Machines Not Available 2466 kWh/year/machine According to Energy Audit Other Classroom Equipment Not Available 1402 kWh/year/classroom According to Energy Audit Other Perry Construction Yard Not Available According to Energy Audit Miscellaneous Service Water Heating Lighting

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198 Figure P 1 Audit approach data gathering and comparison. Include units for all relevant inputs Model Input Parameter / Energy Efficiency Measure Approach #1 Approach #2 Reference Sensible Cooling Capacity1850 MBH1850 MBH According to Construction Documents Cooling Supply Air54 deg F55 deg F According to Energy Audit Heating Supply Air158.6158.6 According to Construction Documents Supply Static Pressure4.04 in w.g. 1.32 in w.g. According to Energy Audit Heating Coil Delta T2020 According to Construction Documents Heating Coil Entering Temperature180180 According to Energy Audit Heating Coil Leaving Temperature160 180 According to Energy Audit VAV Hot Water Reheat Coil34.4 MBH 40 According to Energy Audit Cooling Coil Entering Water Temperature44 45 According to Energy Audit Cooling Coil Leaving Water Temperature54.2 53 According to Energy Audit Electric Hot Water -1 Tank UA4 Btu/h-ft2-deg. F 4 Btu/h-ft2-deg. F According to Construction Documents Electric Hot Water 2 Tank UA2 Btu/h-ft2-deg. F 2 Btu/h-ft2-deg. F According to Construction Documents Maximum Demand valueNot Available 113 kW According to Energy Audit Minimum Demand ValueNot Available 0kW According to Energy Audit Steam Condensor PumpNot Available 1/3 hp According to Energy Audit Non-Potable Water Pump PrimaryNot Available 3 hp According to Energy Audit Non-Potable Water Pump SecondaryNot Available 3 hp According to Energy Audit Zone Energy Max Suppy Temp90 deg. F 90 deg. F According to Construction Documents Reheat Delta T40 deg. F 40 deg. F According to Construction Documents Throttling Range4 4 According to Energy Audit Domestic HW Temp120 "120 / 74 According to Energy Audit Domestic HW Delta Temp80 "80 / 34" According to Energy Audit DHW Proccess Flow0.451 0.451 According to Construction Documents Supply UA0.5 Btu/h-Deg. F 0.142 According to Construction Documents CHW Pump Head Ratio1.1 1.1 According to Construction Documents Other Issues for False Data Calibration, Readings in the wrong location, Poor instalation, Wrong Sensors, Poor Sequency of Operatoins Other Miscellaneous Data

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199 APPENDIX Q ENERGY AUDIT CALIBRATION RINKER HALL APPROACH #1 Energy Use Data 2010 Electricity Metered Data Simulated Data kWh kWh High Value Low Value Jan 32,917 34,941 37855 27980 Feb 36,431 33,118 41896 30967 Mar 34,186 33,651 39314 29058 Apr 27,733 35,326 31893 23573 May 32,352 36,394 37205 27499 Jun 38,691 39,127 44494 32887 Jul 35,251 37,418 40538 29963 Aug 29,094 37,727 33458 24730 Sept 44,585 37,974 51273 37897 Oct 33,960 36,827 39054 28866 Nov 39,719 35,466 45677 33761 Dec 36,045 31,775 41452 30638 420,965 429,744 -2.1% Criteria IPMVP FEMP ASHRA ERRMonth( ) 25% ( ) 15% ( ) 5% CV(RMSEMo ( ) 5% ( ) 10% ( ) 15% FEMP Electrical Error 20,000 25,000 30,000 35,000 40,000 45,000 50,000 55,000 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Kwh

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200 Figure Q 1 Approach #1 energy calibration. Metered (M) Simulated (S) kWh kWh Avg_mn (M S)^2 Jan 32,917 34,941 35,080 4,095,302 Feb 36,431 33,118 35,080 10,979,110 Mar 34,186 33,651 35,080 286,594 Apr 27,733 35,326 35,080 57,654,229 May 32,352 36,394 35,080 16,335,269 Jun 38,691 39,127 35,080 190,528 Jul 35,251 37,418 35,080 4,696,670 Aug 29,094 37,727 35,080 74,522,844 Sept 44,585 37,974 35,080 43,703,200 Oct 33,960 36,827 35,080 8,220,006 Nov 39,719 35,466 35,080 18,089,995 Dec 36,045 31,775 35,080 18,234,646 Avg_mn 420,965 Sigma(M-S)^2 257,008,392 Divide by 12 (months) 21,417,366 RMSE_mn 4,627.89 CV (RMSE_mn) = RMSE_mn / Avg_mn 1.1% Coefficient of Variation (Root Mean Squared Error)

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201 RINKER HALL APPROACH #1 Energy Use Data 2010 Chilled Water Metered Data Simulated Data Mbtu Mbtu High Value Low Value k tons Jan 193 170 222 164 16 Feb 218 180 251 185 18 Mar 190 212 218 161 16 Apr 300 260 345 255 25 May 360 329 414 306 30 Jun 408 371 469 347 34 Jul 420 376 483 357 35 Aug 516 402 593 439 43 Sept 444 380 511 377 37 Oct 336 297 386 286 28 Nov 288 250 331 245 24 Dec 192 170 221 163 16 3,865.31 3,397.00 12.1% Criteria IPMVP FEMP ASHRA ERRMonth( ) 25% ( ) 15% ( ) 5% CV(RMSEMonth) ( ) 5% ( ) 10% ( ) 15% FEMP Chilled Water Error 100 200 300 400 500 600 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec MBtu

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202 Figure Q 2 Approach #1 c hilled water calibration. Metered (M) Simulated (S) Mbtu Mbtu Avg_mn (M S)^2 Jan 193 170.00 35,080 543 Feb 218 180.00 35,080 1,439 Mar 190 212.00 35,080 496 Apr 300 260.00 35,080 1,628 May 360 329.00 35,080 961 Jun 408 371.00 35,080 1,369 Jul 420 376.00 35,080 1,936 Aug 516 402.00 35,080 12,996 Sept 444 380.00 35,080 4,096 Oct 336 297.00 35,080 1,521 Nov 288 250.00 35,080 1,444 Dec 192 170.00 35,080 484 Avg_mn 3,865 Sigma(M-S)^2 28,913 Divide by 12 (months) 2,409 RMSE_mn 49.09 CV (RMSE_mn) = RMSE_mn / Avg_mn 1.3% Coefficient of Variation (Root Mean Squared Error) Copy kWh data from ESE Report (Simulation output)

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203 RINKER HALL APPROACH #2 Energy Use Data 2010 Electricity Metered Data Simulated Data kWh kWh High Value Low Value Jan 32,917 36,725 37855 27980 Feb 36,431 37,974 41896 30967 Mar 34,186 34,753 39314 29058 Apr 27,733 38,321 31893 23573 May 32,352 39,071 37205 27499 Jun 38,691 42,253 44494 32887 Jul 35,251 41,251 40538 29963 Aug 29,094 39,550 33458 24730 Sept 44,585 41,801 51273 37897 Oct 33,960 37,879 39054 28866 Nov 39,719 40,728 45677 33761 Dec 36,045 34,622 41452 30638 420,965 464,928 -10.4% Criteria IPMVP FEMP ASHRAE 14 ERRMonth( ) 25% ( ) 15% ( ) 5% CV(RMSEMonth) ( ) 5% ( ) 10% ( ) 15% FEMP Electrical Error 20,000 25,000 30,000 35,000 40,000 45,000 50,000 55,000 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Kwh

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204 Figur e Q 3 Ap proach #2 energy calibration. Metered (M) Simulated (S) kWh kWh Avg_mn (M S)^2 Jan 32,917 36,725 35,080 14,498,467 Feb 36,431 37,974 35,080 2,379,387 Mar 34,186 34,753 35,080 321,099 Apr 27,733 38,321 35,080 112,106,553 May 32,352 39,071 35,080 45,140,813 Jun 38,691 42,253 35,080 12,691,368 Jul 35,251 41,251 35,080 36,002,163 Aug 29,094 39,550 35,080 109,320,856 Sept 44,585 41,801 35,080 7,749,763 Oct 33,960 37,879 35,080 15,358,995 Nov 39,719 40,728 35,080 1,017,610 Dec 36,045 34,622 35,080 2,025,511 Avg_mn 420,965 Sigma(M-S)^2 358,612,584 Divide by 12 (months) 29,884,382 RMSE_mn 5,466.66 CV (RMSE_mn) = RMSE_mn / Avg_mn 1.3% Coefficient of Variation (Root Mean Squared Error) Copy kWh data from ES-E Report (Simulation output)

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205 RINKER HALL APPROACH #2 Energy Use Data 2010 Chilled Water Metered Data Simulated Data Mbtu Mbtu High Value Low Value Jan 193 171 222 164 16 Feb 218 211 251 185 18 Mar 190 211 218 161 16 Apr 300 289 345 255 25 May 360 368 414 306 30 Jun 408 402 469 347 34 Jul 420 428 483 357 35 Aug 516 453 593 439 43 Sept 444 402 511 377 37 Oct 336 296 386 286 28 Nov 288 246 331 245 24 Dec 192 162 221 163 16 3,865.31 3,639.00 5.9% Criteria IPMVP FEMP ASHRAE 14 ERRMonth( ) 25% ( ) 15% ( ) 5% CV(RMSEMonth) ( ) 5% ( ) 10% ( ) 15% FEMP Chilled Water Error 100 200 300 400 500 600 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec MBtu

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206 Figure Q 4 Approach #2 c hilled water calibration. Metered (M) Simulated (S) Mbtu Mbtu Avg_mn (M S)^2 Jan 193 171.00 35,080 498 Feb 218 211.00 35,080 48 Mar 190 211.00 35,080 453 Apr 300 289.00 35,080 129 May 360 368.00 35,080 64 Jun 408 402.00 35,080 36 Jul 420 428.00 35,080 64 Aug 516 453.00 35,080 3,969 Sept 444 402.00 35,080 1,764 Oct 336 296.00 35,080 1,600 Nov 288 246.00 35,080 1,764 Dec 192 162.00 35,080 900 Avg_mn 3,865 Sigma(M-S)^2 11,288 Divide by 12 (months) 941 RMSE_mn 30.67 CV (RMSE_mn) = RMSE_mn / Avg_mn 0.8% Coefficient of Variation (Root Mean Squared Error) Copy kWh data from ESE Report (Simulation output)

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224 APPENDIX U PICTURES OF APPROACH #2 DETAILED ENERGY AUDIT Figure U 1 Corridor lighting. Figure U 2 Stairwell lighting

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228 Figure U 7 Main chilled water supply and return lines Photos courtesy of author.

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229 APPENDIX V RINKER CHILLED WATER ANALYSIS DURING APPROACH #2 Rinker Cooling kW Calculation Time CHWST (deg F) CHWRT (deg F) Difference ChwGPM (gpm) 6/7/11 12:00:00 AM EDT 48.1875 61.46875 13.28125 10.19531 6/7/11 12:10:00 AM EDT 48.46875 61.46875 13 10.30469 6/7/11 12:20:00 AM EDT 48.5625 61.6875 13.125 9.5 6/7/11 12:30:00 AM EDT 48.78125 61.5625 12.78125 10.07813 6/7/11 12:40:00 AM EDT 48.875 61.5625 12.6875 10.19531 6/7/11 12:50:00 AM EDT 49.0625 61.5625 12.5 10.42969 6/7/11 1:00:00 AM EDT 49.28125 61.46875 12.1875 11.00781 6/7/11 1:10:00 AM EDT 49.4375 61.5625 12.125 11.10938 6/7/11 1:20:00 AM EDT 49.5 61.46875 11.96875 11.00781 6/7/11 1:30:00 AM EDT 49.71875 61.40625 11.6875 11.00781 6/7/11 1:40:00 AM EDT 49.875 61.46875 11.59375 11.47656 6/7/11 1:50:00 AM EDT 49.96875 61.6875 11.71875 10.89844 6/7/11 2:00:00 AM EDT 50.09375 61.78125 11.6875 11.35938 6/7/11 2:10:00 AM EDT 50.25 61.5625 11.3125 11.60156 6/7/11 2:20:00 AM EDT 50.34375 61.46875 11.125 11.47656 6/7/11 2:30:00 AM EDT 50.34375 61.6875 11.34375 11.10938 6/7/11 2:40:00 AM EDT 50.375 61.78125 11.40625 11.10938 6/7/11 2:50:00 AM EDT 50.53125 61.78125 11.25 10.78906 6/7/11 3:00:00 AM EDT 50.53125 61.5625 11.03125 10.89844 6/7/11 3:10:00 AM EDT 50.625 61.78125 11.15625 11.00781 6/7/11 3:20:00 AM EDT 50.625 61.78125 11.15625 11.00781 6/7/11 3:30:00 AM EDT 50.6875 61.78125 11.09375 11.10938 6/7/11 3:40:00 AM EDT 50.75 61.84375 11.09375 10.89844 6/7/11 3:50:00 AM EDT 50.75 61.78125 11.03125 11.10938 6/7/11 4:00:00 AM EDT 50.84375 61.84375 11 11.00781 6/7/11 4:10:00 AM EDT 50.96875 61.90625 10.9375 10.07813 6/7/11 4:20:00 AM EDT 51.03125 61.96875 10.9375 9.742188 6/7/11 4:30:00 AM EDT 51.03125 61.96875 10.9375 9.5 6/7/11 4:40:00 AM EDT 51.03125 62.125 11.09375 10.07813 6/7/11 4:50:00 AM EDT 51.125 62.28125 11.15625 10.42969 6/7/11 5:00:00 AM EDT 51.25 62.125 10.875 10.07813 6/7/11 5:10:00 AM EDT 44.9375 56.25 11.3125 168.5 6/7/11 5:20:00 AM EDT 45.09375 55.59375 10.5 204.125 6/7/11 5:30:00 AM EDT 45.09375 55.15625 10.0625 213.25 6/7/11 5:40:00 AM EDT 45.21875 55.21875 10 214.5 6/7/11 5:50:00 AM EDT 45 54.25 9.25 212.375 6/7/11 6:00:00 AM EDT 45 53.59375 8.59375 214

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230 6/7/11 6:10:00 AM EDT 45.09375 53.1875 8.09375 212.375 6/7/11 6:20:00 AM EDT 45.375 52.9375 7.5625 212.875 6/7/11 6:30:00 AM EDT 45.5625 52.65625 7.09375 212.625 6/7/11 6:40:00 AM EDT 45.78125 52.59375 6.8125 212.125 6/7/11 6:50:00 AM EDT 45.6875 52.3125 6.625 212.625 6/7/11 7:00:00 AM EDT 45.6875 51.9375 6.25 214.5 6/7/11 7:10:00 AM EDT 45.78125 51.78125 6 216.375 6/7/11 7:20:00 AM EDT 45.6875 51.875 6.1875 209.75 6/7/11 7:30:00 AM EDT 45.78125 51.78125 6 213.125 6/7/11 7:40:00 AM EDT 45.78125 51.875 6.09375 213.875 6/7/11 7:50:00 AM EDT 45.78125 51.875 6.09375 213.25 6/7/11 8:00:00 AM EDT 45.6875 51.875 6.1875 212.625 6/7/11 8:10:00 AM EDT 45.84375 51.9375 6.09375 220.125 6/7/11 8:20:00 AM EDT 46.34375 52.25 5.90625 210 6/7/11 8:30:00 AM EDT 46.1875 52.375 6.1875 211.875 6/7/11 8:40:00 AM EDT 46.1875 52.375 6.1875 214.75 6/7/11 8:50:00 AM EDT 46.25 52.59375 6.34375 211.375 6/7/11 9:00:00 AM EDT 46.40625 52.65625 6.25 213.125 6/7/11 9:10:00 AM EDT 46.5625 52.9375 6.375 213.125 6/7/11 9:20:00 AM EDT 46.625 53.03125 6.40625 211.25 6/7/11 9:30:00 AM EDT 46.78125 53.09375 6.3125 209.625 6/7/11 9:40:00 AM EDT 47.15625 53.59375 6.4375 210.75 6/7/11 9:50:00 AM EDT 47.3125 53.6875 6.375 210.75 6/7/11 10:00:00 AM EDT 47.46875 53.9375 6.46875 210 6/7/11 10:10:00 AM EDT 47.59375 54.03125 6.4375 210.75 6/7/11 10:20:00 AM EDT 47.75 54.34375 6.59375 211.25 6/7/11 10:30:00 AM EDT 48.03125 54.5 6.46875 212.125 6/7/11 10:40:00 AM EDT 46.34375 54.03125 7.6875 213.875 6/7/11 10:50:00 AM EDT 45.6875 53.03125 7.34375 216.875 6/7/11 11:00:00 AM EDT 44.90625 52.59375 7.6875 213.375 6/7/11 11:10:00 AM EDT 45 52.59375 7.59375 215.875 6/7/11 11:20:00 AM EDT 45 52.59375 7.59375 216.75 6/7/11 11:30:00 AM EDT 44.5 52.375 7.875 213.25 6/7/11 11:40:00 AM EDT 44.5 52.3125 7.8125 212.375 6/7/11 11:50:00 AM EDT 45.84375 53.09375 7.25 213.875 6/7/11 12:00:00 PM EDT 44.8125 52.53125 7.71875 212.375 6/7/11 12:10:00 PM EDT 44.8125 52.375 7.5625 212.125 6/7/11 12:20:00 PM EDT 46.1875 53.59375 7.40625 209 6/7/11 12:30:00 PM EDT 46.125 53.6875 7.5625 206.875 6/7/11 12:40:00 PM EDT 45.09375 53.03125 7.9375 213.25 6/7/11 12:50:00 PM EDT 45.375 53.03125 7.65625 212.875 6/7/11 1:00:00 PM EDT 45.3125 52.71875 7.40625 216 6/7/11 1:10:00 PM EDT 45.09375 52.71875 7.625 211.5 6/7/11 1:20:00 PM EDT 45.09375 52.65625 7.5625 211.875

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241 EDT 6/10/11 12:00:00 PM EDT 44.65625 51.78125 7.125 211.5 6/10/11 12:10:00 PM EDT 44.65625 52.15625 7.5 208.875 6/10/11 12:20:00 PM EDT 44.5 52.53125 8.03125 196.75 6/10/11 12:30:00 PM EDT 44.5 52.8125 8.3125 186.125 6/10/11 12:40:00 PM EDT 44.59375 52.9375 8.34375 185.25 6/10/11 12:50:00 PM EDT 44.65625 53.1875 8.53125 185.625 6/10/11 1:00:00 PM EDT 44.59375 52.9375 8.34375 186 6/10/11 1:10:00 PM EDT 44.59375 52.53125 7.9375 181.375 6/10/11 1:20:00 PM EDT 44.59375 52.59375 8 181.875 6/10/11 1:30:00 PM EDT 44.59375 52.65625 8.0625 179 6/10/11 1:40:00 PM EDT 44.65625 52.8125 8.15625 179 6/10/11 1:50:00 PM EDT 44.65625 52.8125 8.15625 175.75 6/10/11 2:00:00 PM EDT 44.5 52.8125 8.3125 177 6/10/11 2:10:00 PM EDT 44.59375 52.8125 8.21875 177 6/10/11 2:20:00 PM EDT 44.59375 52.71875 8.125 177.875 6/10/11 2:30:00 PM EDT 44.59375 52.71875 8.125 180.25 6/10/11 2:40:00 PM EDT 44.59375 52.8125 8.21875 178.875 6/10/11 2:50:00 PM EDT 44.59375 52.71875 8.125 179.25 6/10/11 3:00:00 PM EDT 44.59375 52.8125 8.21875 177.125 6/10/11 3:10:00 PM EDT 44.8125 52.71875 7.90625 179 6/10/11 3:20:00 PM EDT 44.65625 52.53125 7.875 182.625 6/10/11 3:30:00 PM EDT 44.59375 52.375 7.78125 185.625 6/10/11 3:40:00 PM EDT 44.59375 52.375 7.78125 183.875 6/10/11 3:50:00 PM EDT 44.59375 52.53125 7.9375 184.75 6/10/11 4:00:00 PM EDT 44.59375 52.53125 7.9375 185.625 6/10/11 4:10:00 PM EDT 44.59375 52.53125 7.9375 181.25 6/10/11 4:20:00 PM EDT 44.59375 52.53125 7.9375 182.125 6/10/11 4:30:00 PM EDT 44.59375 52.65625 8.0625 181.25 6/10/11 4:40:00 PM EDT 44.59375 52.65625 8.0625 180.25 6/10/11 4:50:00 PM EDT 44.65625 52.71875 8.0625 175 6/10/11 5:00:00 PM EDT 44.8125 52.71875 7.90625 177.625 6/10/11 5:10:00 PM EDT 44.65625 52.71875 8.0625 178.5 6/10/11 5:20:00 PM EDT 44.59375 52.53125 7.9375 182.625 6/10/11 5:30:00 PM EDT 44.59375 52.375 7.78125 182 6/10/11 5:40:00 PM EDT 44.59375 53.03125 8.4375 176.375 6/10/11 5:50:00 PM EDT 44.65625 53.09375 8.4375 174.25 6/10/11 6:00:00 PM EDT 44.8125 53.1875 8.375 175.125

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245 EDT 6/11/11 11:40:00 AM EDT 46.5625 53.96875 7.40625 211 6/11/11 11:50:00 AM EDT 46.625 53.96875 7.34375 211.75 6/11/11 12:00:00 PM EDT 46.71875 54.03125 7.3125 212.125 6/11/11 12:10:00 PM EDT 46.78125 54.125 7.34375 210.5 6/11/11 12:20:00 PM EDT 47.0625 54.125 7.0625 214.625 6/11/11 12:30:00 PM EDT 47.03125 54.25 7.21875 211.75 6/11/11 12:40:00 PM EDT 47.03125 54.03125 7 214.875 6/11/11 12:50:00 PM EDT 46.71875 53.84375 7.125 217.75 6/11/11 1:00:00 PM EDT 46.625 53.6875 7.0625 216.625 6/11/11 1:10:00 PM EDT 46.5625 53.59375 7.03125 215.5 6/11/11 1:20:00 PM EDT 46.5625 53.1875 6.625 214.5 6/11/11 1:30:00 PM EDT 46.625 53.59375 6.96875 214.125 6/11/11 1:40:00 PM EDT 46.625 53.53125 6.90625 214.25 6/11/11 1:50:00 PM EDT 46.5625 53.375 6.8125 213.25 6/11/11 2:00:00 PM EDT 46.78125 53.53125 6.75 212.125 6/11/11 2:10:00 PM EDT 46.875 53.53125 6.65625 213.375 6/11/11 2:20:00 PM EDT 46.875 53.6875 6.8125 212.125 6/11/11 2:30:00 PM EDT 47.03125 53.59375 6.5625 214.125 6/11/11 2:40:00 PM EDT 47.03125 53.53125 6.5 213.375 6/11/11 2:50:00 PM EDT 46.78125 53.53125 6.75 214.125 6/11/11 3:00:00 PM EDT 46.78125 53.46875 6.6875 213.875 6/11/11 3:10:00 PM EDT 46.78125 53.46875 6.6875 214.125 6/11/11 3:20:00 PM EDT 46.71875 53.46875 6.75 214.125 6/11/11 3:30:00 PM EDT 46.71875 53.375 6.65625 213.875 6/11/11 3:40:00 PM EDT 46.71875 53.375 6.65625 214.875 6/11/11 3:50:00 PM EDT 46.71875 53.375 6.65625 214.75 6/11/11 4:00:00 PM EDT 46.5625 53.25 6.6875 213.625 6/11/11 4:10:00 PM EDT 46.625 53.25 6.625 213.875 6/11/11 4:20:00 PM EDT 46.40625 53.1875 6.78125 212.625 6/11/11 4:30:00 PM EDT 46.34375 53.09375 6.75 214 6/11/11 4:40:00 PM EDT 46.1875 53.09375 6.90625 212.125 6/11/11 4:50:00 PM EDT 46.25 52.8125 6.5625 212.625 6/11/11 5:00:00 PM EDT 46.1875 52.8125 6.625 215.625 6/11/11 5:10:00 PM EDT 45.96875 52.71875 6.75 213.875 6/11/11 5:20:00 PM EDT 45.90625 52.65625 6.75 213.375

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246 6/11/11 5:30:00 PM EDT 45.78125 52.3125 6.53125 216.875 6/11/11 5:40:00 PM EDT 45.6875 52.53125 6.84375 214 6/11/11 5:50:00 PM EDT 46.25 52.65625 6.40625 213.625 6/11/11 6:00:00 PM EDT 46.25 52.71875 6.46875 213.875 6/11/11 6:10:00 PM EDT 46.25 52.71875 6.46875 212.75 6/11/11 6:20:00 PM EDT 46.25 52.71875 6.46875 213.875 6/11/11 6:30:00 PM EDT 46.125 52.65625 6.53125 214.125 6/11/11 6:40:00 PM EDT 46.125 52.59375 6.46875 214.5 6/11/11 6:50:00 PM EDT 46.125 52.53125 6.40625 214.875 6/11/11 7:00:00 PM EDT 46.125 52.53125 6.40625 213.875 6/11/11 7:10:00 PM EDT 47.65625 62.78125 15.125 7.855469 6/11/11 7:20:00 PM EDT 48.125 62.625 14.5 7.640625 6/11/11 7:30:00 PM EDT 48.5625 62.71875 14.15625 7.414063 6/11/11 7:40:00 PM EDT 48.875 61.5625 12.6875 7.976563 6/11/11 7:50:00 PM EDT 49.0625 61.6875 12.625 8.570313 6/11/11 8:00:00 PM EDT 49.28125 61.6875 12.40625 8.90625 6/11/11 8:10:00 PM EDT 49.4375 61.84375 12.40625 10.67188 6/11/11 8:20:00 PM EDT 49.5 61.5625 12.0625 10.67188 6/11/11 8:30:00 PM EDT 49.78125 61.5625 11.78125 10.67188 6/11/11 8:40:00 PM EDT 50.09375 61.84375 11.75 10.19531 6/11/11 8:50:00 PM EDT 50.1875 61.84375 11.65625 10.30469 6/11/11 9:00:00 PM EDT 50.34375 61.78125 11.4375 10.78906 6/11/11 9:10:00 PM EDT 50.53125 61.90625 11.375 10.78906 6/11/11 9:20:00 PM EDT 50.625 61.90625 11.28125 10.78906 6/11/11 9:30:00 PM EDT 50.84375 61.84375 11 11.00781 6/11/11 9:40:00 PM EDT 50.96875 61.90625 10.9375 10.67188 6/11/11 9:50:00 PM EDT 51.125 61.84375 10.71875 10.67188 6/11/11 10:00:00 PM EDT 51.25 61.84375 10.59375 10.89844 6/11/11 10:10:00 PM EDT 51.25 61.84375 10.59375 11.47656 6/11/11 10:20:00 PM EDT 51.46875 61.84375 10.375 11.47656 6/11/11 10:30:00 PM EDT 51.46875 61.78125 10.3125 11.47656 6/11/11 10:40:00 PM EDT 51.46875 61.78125 10.3125 11.35938 6/11/11 10:50:00 PM EDT 51.46875 61.78125 10.3125 11.35938 6/11/11 11:00:00 PM EDT 51.5625 61.96875 10.40625 11.10938 6/11/11 11:10:00 PM EDT 51.5625 61.84375 10.28125 11.35938 6/11/11 11:20:00 PM 51.46875 61.78125 10.3125 11.35938

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256 6/14/11 3:50:00 AM EDT 50.6875 61.46875 10.78125 10.89844 6/14/11 4:00:00 AM EDT 50.75 61.6875 10.9375 10.89844 6/14/11 4:10:00 AM EDT 50.84375 61.6875 10.84375 9.5 6/14/11 4:20:00 AM EDT 50.96875 61.90625 10.9375 9.023438 6/14/11 4:30:00 AM EDT 50.96875 61.84375 10.875 9.742188 6/14/11 4:40:00 AM EDT 51.03125 62.1875 11.15625 9.375 6/14/11 4:50:00 AM EDT 51.03125 61.96875 10.9375 10.19531 6/14/11 5:00:00 AM EDT 51.125 61.96875 10.84375 10.30469 6/14/11 5:10:00 AM EDT 44.9375 56.3125 11.375 169.125 6/14/11 5:20:00 AM EDT 45.21875 55.4375 10.21875 205.375 6/14/11 5:30:00 AM EDT 45.21875 55.15625 9.9375 213.375 6/14/11 5:40:00 AM EDT 45.46875 55.75 10.28125 210.5 6/14/11 5:50:00 AM EDT 45.3125 54.5 9.1875 212.5 6/14/11 6:00:00 AM EDT 45.5625 54.125 8.5625 215.25 6/14/11 6:10:00 AM EDT 45.5625 53.84375 8.28125 214.875 6/14/11 6:20:00 AM EDT 45.78125 53.375 7.59375 213.625 6/14/11 6:30:00 AM EDT 45.84375 53.09375 7.25 212.125 6/14/11 6:40:00 AM EDT 45.90625 52.8125 6.90625 212.875 6/14/11 6:50:00 AM EDT 46.125 52.71875 6.59375 212.5 6/14/11 7:00:00 AM EDT 46.1875 52.65625 6.46875 213.375 6/14/11 7:10:00 AM EDT 46.1875 52.375 6.1875 214.5 6/14/11 7:20:00 AM EDT 46.25 52.375 6.125 209.875 6/14/11 7:30:00 AM EDT 46.40625 52.375 5.96875 210.625 6/14/11 7:40:00 AM EDT 46.34375 52.3125 5.96875 214.25 6/14/11 7:50:00 AM EDT 46.40625 52.53125 6.125 209.125 6/14/11 8:00:00 AM EDT 46.40625 52.53125 6.125 211.25 6/14/11 8:10:00 AM EDT 46.625 52.65625 6.03125 210 6/14/11 8:20:00 AM EDT 47.15625 53.03125 5.875 208.375 6/14/11 8:30:00 AM EDT 47.25 53.46875 6.21875 211.5 6/14/11 8:40:00 AM EDT 47.3125 53.6875 6.375 210.5 6/14/11 8:50:00 AM EDT 47.59375 53.9375 6.34375 213.125 6/14/11 9:00:00 AM EDT 47.75 54.25 6.5 212.875 6/14/11 9:10:00 AM EDT 48.1875 54.78125 6.59375 209.875 6/14/11 9:20:00 AM EDT 48.46875 54.84375 6.375 216.75 6/14/11 9:30:00 AM EDT 49.21875 55.75 6.53125 211.125 6/14/11 9:40:00 AM EDT 46.875 54.5625 7.6875 210.5 6/14/11 9:50:00 AM EDT 46.1875 54.4375 8.25 215.5 6/14/11 10:00:00 AM EDT 45.5625 53.84375 8.28125 215.875 6/14/11 10:10:00 AM EDT 45.78125 53.9375 8.15625 212.75 6/14/11 10:20:00 AM EDT 45.46875 53.6875 8.21875 213.25 6/14/11 10:30:00 AM 45.46875 53.59375 8.125 213.625

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257 EDT 6/14/11 10:40:00 AM EDT 45.3125 53.59375 8.28125 212.625 6/14/11 10:50:00 AM EDT 45.3125 53.59375 8.28125 211.875 6/14/11 11:00:00 AM EDT 45.3125 53.59375 8.28125 210.25 6/14/11 11:10:00 AM EDT 45.375 53.84375 8.46875 211 6/14/11 11:20:00 AM EDT 45.46875 53.6875 8.21875 212.5 6/14/11 11:30:00 AM EDT 45.375 53.46875 8.09375 216.875 6/14/11 11:40:00 AM EDT 45.3125 53.53125 8.21875 213.875 6/14/11 11:50:00 AM EDT 45.21875 53.46875 8.25 212.125 6/14/11 12:00:00 PM EDT 45.21875 53.46875 8.25 213.375 6/14/11 12:10:00 PM EDT 45.09375 53.1875 8.09375 213.375 6/14/11 12:20:00 PM EDT 45.09375 53.46875 8.375 211.125 6/14/11 12:30:00 PM EDT 45 53.375 8.375 209 6/14/11 12:40:00 PM EDT 45.09375 53.375 8.28125 210.625 6/14/11 12:50:00 PM EDT 45 53.375 8.375 212.5 6/14/11 1:00:00 PM EDT 45.09375 53.1875 8.09375 212.125 6/14/11 1:10:00 PM EDT 45 52.9375 7.9375 217.625 6/14/11 1:20:00 PM EDT 44.9375 53.03125 8.09375 214.625 6/14/11 1:30:00 PM EDT 44.9375 53.03125 8.09375 215 6/14/11 1:40:00 PM EDT 44.9375 52.9375 8 214.125 6/14/11 1:50:00 PM EDT 44.9375 52.9375 8 209.75 6/14/11 2:00:00 PM EDT 45 52.8125 7.8125 212.125 6/14/11 2:10:00 PM EDT 45.09375 53.03125 7.9375 210.625 6/14/11 2:20:00 PM EDT 45 53.03125 8.03125 214

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260 APPENDIX X AUDIT QUESTIONS Utilities Preliminary Energy Use Analysis How is the buildings utilities monitored and recorded? How are steam and chilled water factored into the building? The building is broken up into 5 different utilities. Electrical, Chilled Water, Steam, Water, and Sewer Treatment. The Steam and Chilled water are fed from the central utility plant (CUP) and all four utilities are metered at Rinker Hall. For identifying the Sewer charge, the value is determined by the amount of Water it consumes because due to the assumption that water delivered to the building is also water that has to be taken away. Are there any submetering systems attached to the building? No, there is no way to breakdown the actual electrical consumption values for each system (lighting, HVAC, receptacle, etc.) How is the utility billing system structured? What are the demand charges? UF Buildings are charged what is called a blended rate that means on peak, off peak, and other demand charges are mixed into one rate that is charged for the amount of consumption that a building uses. Physical plant typically changes these values based how much the utility company is charging them. Rates change somewhere around quarterly basis. What are the factored variables taken from the consumption values? The billing for each utility is done by the actual utility company. The company has a number of different rates which they charge to their customer depending on the time of consumption and a monthly charge to maintain the delivery of the utilities. When the Physical Plant department rec eives the bill, it is a total value for various building types and is difficult for the department to break down the various costs for each individual building. The result is to implement a single blended rate to each of these buildings. The university i s state owned and is required to not generate revenue for this service, therefore the rates changed to each building change multiple times throughout the year. Are there other buildings on campus that have identified energy intensity values and if so, ar e these values compared to similar buildings on campus? Most buildings have generic MMBTU/SF and they are compared to similar building types. However, many buildings classification square footages vary enough that it is difficult to group them. Other B enchmark abilities are available with Energy Star and Lab 21 benchmarking tools. What are some other ways to identify if a building is being maintained to its original designed conditions? System interrogation and field verification. Most current buildings have energy management systems that can be analyzed to see what the sequence and condition of the equipment. Field verification can be useful to assess equipments performance, but this is just a snap shot of how it is

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261 performing at that time. A comb ination of system interrogation and field verification is the best way to find out the buildings performance.

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262 Building Survey, OnSite Assessment Operations And Maintenance Costs Changes Level I 1. What is the major energy using equipment? AHU 1, AHU 2 Centrifugal Fan1, Centrifugal Fan2, Return Fan1, Return Fan2, Hot Water Pump1, Hot Water Pump 2, Chilled Water Pump1, Chilled Water Pump2, Chilled Water Condensing Pump, Steam Water condensing Pump, NonPotable Water Pump1, NonPotable Water Pump2, Electric Water Heater 1, Electric Water Heater 2, DHW Pump 1, DHW Pump 2, Lighting, Elevator, etc. 2. Which areas have special conditioning requirements? (only heating, only cooling, or unconditioned)? The only area with special conditioning from the rest of the building would be the Mechanical room that has a constant volume diffuser and is ONLY used for cooling. This area is unoccupied however and so the temperature setting in this area is not as critical as other areas in the building. 3. What time is t he scheduled cleaning is to begin? 5am 1pm 4. Have there been any retrofits since the building has been constructed? Yes, once the building construction was complete, it was identified that the building was negatively pressured, and was not receiving enough outside air to properly condition the indoor environment. Additional outside air was brought into the building by increasing the size of the air intake. The difference with this retrofit is that it is directly routed to the air handling unit instead of passing through the energy recover ventilation unit. 5. What are the heating and cooling setpoints for the building operation air conditio ning? Cooling setpoints are 74F with +/ 2 degree and the heating is 70F with the same +/ 2 degree variable. 6. What i s the deadband and throttling range of the AHU systems? Throttling Range is 4 F What is your maintenance plan for the various systems? How do you know when it is time to replace a mechanical unit in the building? For example AHU filters. What is the static pressure? What is the criteria for changing filters? The University of Flori da Heavily relies on the BAS system that has been established? If a system is to fail there are many flags that will go off in the program and someone from physical plant will be sent to the building. Another way in which the building is remain maintained are by the number of work orders that can come in. Are there multiple times in which the sensors are calibrated? Calibration is based on an out of range value. What is the energy source for the hot water heating system? Electrical as specified in the construction documents. Are the ducts properly sealed and are the vents in unoccupied spaces closed? Will have to check the commissioning report generated during the construction of the building.

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263 Have there been any operations and maintenance issues in t he past? Building negative pressurization.fixed with ERV OA bypass. What type of system is used to monitor the buildings performance? Johnson Controls Metasys Energy Management System What retrofits have been done on the building since it was built? And what was the purpose of this? (Issues that led to retrofit or was it done as part of schedule. Who prepared a list of these retrofits? Get information. Change the return air inlet ducts in classroom to reduce the amount of mechanical noise being generat ed. Change setpoints into various rooms. ERV OA bypass Breakdown Of Energy, Potential Operating & Maintenance Procedures Level Ii What types of controls/sensors are incorporated into the building? Direct Digital Control What ways are there to identif y the schedules of various building systems? (Hot water heating, chilled water, condensing pumps, etc.) Typically the schedules can be identified through the Building Automation System that is already established. This system allows the facility operator to understand how the building is operating in 15 minute intervals. These schedules have been predetermined and implemented into the system. What are the schedules for the various systems (CHW, HWH, DHW, HVAC Fans, Lighting, or even Occupancy, exhaust fans)? All these systems are interlocked into a combined schedule based on occupancy. How does the building operate differently when the occupancy is lower in the building and there are no occupancy sensors? Demand control ventilation should adjust the out side air based on occupancy. There are other sequences that could benefit including static pressure reset, discharge temperature reset, etc. Are there any special needs for the building that affect the buildings efficiency? Yes, the Physical Plant Departm ent controls the amount of chilled water that enters into a building. This control is mainly used to control the number of chillers that need are needed for operation. The result is that the chilling water supply and return temperatures difference are much less than could be therefore supplying more chilled water than what is necessary. Chilled water consumption values could be reduced if a regulator was incorporated and controlled based on the supply temperature and return temperature differences. Ano ther issue is that a constant volume hot water heating pump is being used during the summer month. The purpose of the hot water heating water is to supply heat to the preheat coil, heating coil and reheating coil. During the summer months, no or very lit tle heating should be needed due the use of variable air volume boxes. The result is that there is a pump running at full load when there is little

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264 demand for it and insignificant levels of temperature difference between the supply and return side of the closed loop system. What are UFs standards for mechanical system maintenance? How are these standards conducted? Periodic preventative maintenance and irregular service calls based on occupancy complaints. How do you identify areas of wasted energy us e such as building heating and cooling at the same time? How are these issues addressed? Consumption should be within a certain range on a monthly basis and if out of range, then a mechanic should investigate. What are the night and weekend setbacks? And are all of these systems on timed controls? Are there any schedule shutdown times? The summer setbacks are 84F and winter is 62F The weekly schedule shuts down the systems and as long as the temperature range does not reach the setback, then the sy stems will be off till the next scheduled event. How do the systems operate during the weekend? Based on schedule. What are the maximum and minimum electrical demands? Demand limiting is not established. What is the electrical demand from elevator? Where can specifications be found? NA, submittals. Capital Intensive Projects How are retrofits financed? Public Education Capital Outlay, funds are limited so prioritization is required. What is the desired Return on Investment (ROI) to implement retrofit changes? Currently > 20% When does it make sense to change a building system and how do you know when the timing is right? Based on return on investment and life cycle costs. Timing is when a project is being done or when the system has a catastrophic fai lure. How do you record retrofit changes to the building? Retrofits are typically handled by someone in Physical Plant Department. Here, construction documentation, specifications, and other critical information on the building are achieved until use.

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305 LIST OF REFERENCES Albert Thumann, P. C. (1998). Handbook of Energy Audits (Vol. 5th). Lilburn, GA, USA. American Society of Heating Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers. (2004). Procedures for Commerical Building Energy Audits. Atlanta: Smerican Soicety of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers, Inc. American Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers. (2009). Interpretation IC 90.12007 of ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA STANDARED 90.1 2007. Int erpretation Request Form. A merican Society of Heat ing Refrigeration and Air Condit ioning Engineers (2002). ASHRAE Guideline 14 2002 Measurement of Energy and Demand Savings. American Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers. ASHRAE. California Energy Commission. Building Energy Efficiency Standards. (2005). Nonresidential Alternative Calculation Method (ACM) Approved Manual. http://www.energy.ca.gov/title24/2005standards/nonresidential_acm/index.html Energy Audit Institute. (2010). Energy Audit Training. Retrieved 06 01, 2011, from Energy Audit Training and Certification: http://energyauditinstitute.com/energy audit training.html Energy Star. (n.d.). What is EUI? Retrieved 06 01, 2011, from Energy Star: http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?fuseaction=buildingcontest.eui Federal Energy Management Projects. (2008). M&V Guidelines: Measurement and Vericatino for Federal Energy Projects Version 3. Federal Energy Management Projects, US DOE Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Boulder Hazardous Waste and Toxics Reduction Program. (2002). Cost Analysis for Pollution Prevention. Ecology Infomation Document (95400). Krarti, M. (2011). Energy Audit of BUIlding Systems (2nd ed.). Boca FL, USA: CRC Press Tayler & Francis Group. National Renewable Energy Laboratory. (2002). Internatinoal Performance Measurement & Verification Protocol Concepts and options for determining Energy and Water Savings, Vol.1, from http://www.doe.gov/bridge. Unit ed States Department of Energy. (n.d.). RD Focus (US Department of Energy) Retrieved 06 01, 2011, from energy.gov: http://www.energy.gov/hubs/rd_focus.htm

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306 Weather Underground. (2010). BizEE Degree Days Retrieved 06 01, 2011, from Degree Days.net Custo m Degree Day Data: http://www.degreedays.net/ Yiqun Pan, Z. H. (2007). Calibrated Building Energy Simulation and its Application in a High Rise Commerical Building in Shanghai. Energy and Buildings.

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307 BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH Dustin Stephany was born and rais ed in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. He graduated high school in 2003, and was accepted into Milwaukee School of Engineering where he pursued a Bachelor of Science in Architectural Engineering. Noticing a lack of opportunities for students to get involved with environmental activities, during his freshman year Dustin started the Ecology Club and stayed involved with it during his time at MSOE. During his sophomore year, he participated in a construction competition where he and his teammates won the national championship. Dustins interest grew in building construction, and in 2008 he graduated with a double major in architectural engineering and construction management. Dustin was awarded the Victor L. Regnier Traveling Fellowship based on his proposal to dev elop an educational tool for designing buildings for deconstruction. Dustin traveled throughout Europe and Canada over nine months interviewing professionals as well as visiting case studies. The end product of the fellowship was a website, www.design4deconstruction.org, which he presented during the ACCE bi annual meeting as well as Decon 11 Conference at Yale University. Dustin spent a year as a general laborer and draftsman for a bed and breakfast near his hometown. Between this experience and his past internships, he learned the importance of a good design and proper management in order to produce a quality project. In 2010, Dustin was accepted into the M.E. Rinker Sr., School of Building Construc tion to pursue a Master of Science in Building Construction with a focus on sustainable construction. Dustin gave various presentations to classes about his solar powered RV to demonstrate how living off of the grid can actually be cost effective for

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308 colle ge students. He is currently working with Dr. Charles Kibert in producing the third edition of Sustainable Construction textbook. In addition, Dustin has become a certified energy auditor where he visits low income households and teaches occupants how to conserve energy and reduce utility bills. After graduating in December 2011, he will start is professional career by working with a forward thinking company who is focused on improving resource efficiency. Dustin is passionate about finding solutions f or present day issues, and this will lead him to the next step on his path.