Sustainability is not a new concept to U.S. Engineering teams. We have been working on these types of projects for the past several years. A large part of The Legacy Project, in fact, is to formally document our history of sustainable projects. Current and future clients are looking for a Trusted Advisor to help them walk through the process. The projects below illustrate our experience with sustainable systems for both new construction and existing buildings.
Kansas City International Airport
We were the design-build mechanical contractor on the largest single infrastructure project in the history of Kansas City. Read more.
National Western Campus Energy Plant
We helped build a Central Utility Plant that uses a unique, ground-breaking green energy system. Read more.
CSU Moby Stadium
We helped Colorado State University move a step closer to their goal of using 100% renewable energy by 2030. With the Geo-X system, we also helped them reduce energy use and costs along the way. Read more.
The highly-efficient VRF system we installed in the oldest building on Rockhurst University campus cut energy use in half. Read more.
The 250,000 sq-ft building area features a highly energy-efficient mechanical system whose EUI currently outperforms State of Colorado building performance standards. Read more.
Kansas City Club
Our work at the KC Club saved money and energy use and cut GHGs by 156 tons. Read more.
Future Forward at Washington Square
The heating and cooling to Future Forward at Washington Square is provided by a ground source geothermal system. Read more.
Blue Cross Blue Shield Kansas City
Our chiller upgrades and TAB work resulted in a 52% costs savings at BCBSKC. Read more.
As we complete new case studies with a focus on sustainability, we will update this page or feature those projects on other forums.