Marine Corps Base Hawaii

Oahu, HI

Marine Corps Base HawaiiMarine_Corps_Base_2
U.S. Marine Corps
Oahu, HI
Project Size 2.1 million SF

Project Description:

Facility Dynamics Engineering provided retro-commissioning services to the Marine Corps base in Kaneohe Bay, Oahu, Hawaii. The key element of the overall project was to perform a comprehensive, whole-building evaluation/investment-grade audit of all mechanical, electrical, and water systems, and corresponding equipment and components for each building. The purpose of the audit was to identify and quantify deficiencies and propose energy/water conservation measures (ECM) required to correct each deficiency. The ECMs included changes in operational procedures, maintenance procedures, repairs/replacements, and alterations for improvements and were categorized as no-cost/low-cost/RCx measures and capital cost projects. The recently completed Phase I project covered 38 buildings encompassing over 669,000 sf. Phase II covered 17 buildings with over 649,000 sf, and Phase III covered 22 buildings and over 829,000 sf. Each phase covered a broad spectrum of building types including recreation facilities, living quarters, training facilities, office spaces, communications facilities, hangers, dining facilities, and retail stores. As part of the RCx scope of work, all identified no-cost/low-cost RCx measures are to be implemented, and FDE is working closely with the MCBH maintenance staff including the Air Conditioning Shop and Maintenance Control Division to facilitate implementation of the identified RCx measures.

Systems Commissioned include:

  • HVAC Systems
    • Air Handling Units
    • VAV Terminal Units
    • Heat Pumps
    • Fan Coil Units
    • Domestic Water Systems
    • Boilers
    • Chillers
    • Solar Water Heating Systems
    • Exhaust Systems
  • Building Automation System
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