Expecting energy savings in Midtown East

757 Third Avenue

Project state: 2018

Completion date: 2019

Location: New York City, New York

Goals: Energy savings, occupant comfort

Technologies: Integrated building management platform, Niagara 4, Easy IO, BACnet IP

Boston

A collaborative effort between building owners, engineers, a state agency and a capable MSI bring energy savings to a Manhattan high-rise

757 Third Avenue is a 502,000 sq. ft. office building in Manhattan’s Midtown East. Once the current owner settled in with the building, an exploration of the building’s energy use became feasible. Buildings IOT, aided in part by the benefits of the RTEM program, was brought on to replace the two existing control systems with EasyIO panels and controllers, integrate existing Niagara devices and provide a visual user interface for full control and continuous monitoring of the new system.

The network will be switched almost completely to BACnet IP and in phase two, we will install a fiber backbone and expand analytical, metering and other services.

Project Specifics

The nuts and bolts of Buildings IOTs RTEM system for 757 Third Ave. include:

  • Ongoing commissioning and continuous identification of energy efficiency opportunities.
  • Energy performance tracking.
  • Automated fault detection and concise diagnoses for quick action.
  • Potential for peak-demand management programs.
  • KPI dashboard built for different building stakeholders.

Ready for Better Energy Management?

Find out why Buildings IOT came out on top for 757 Third Ave when they were ready to make major upgrades to their mechanical systems.