Tennessee/Mississippi District Case Studies

Maury County Public Schools

Performance guarantee contracting upgrades improve air quality, comfort and the classroom learning environment; enable system control and energy management; projected to provide more than $400,000 in annual energy cost savings. Read More



Crosstown Concourse

Collaborative effort delivers effective HVAC, controls, and energy management solutions to increase asset potential; helps realize $250,000+ in capital first cost savings and reduced life cycle costs of $1.3 million+; assists vertical urban village in becoming catalyst for growth.  Read More


Belmont University - Johnson Center pageBelmont University

Integrated controls system enables effective energy management; university expands 70 percent with minimal utility cost increase of just 10 percent.  Read More



Campbell CoCampbell County Schools

Valuing their partnership with the community, Campbell County Schools wished to demonstrate forward progress to area residents. The director of schools and school board sought solutions to help battle the district’s ever-increasing utility and maintenance costs, without requiring a tax increase. Read More


One Commerce Square 535x339One Commerce Square

Managed by Cushman & Wakefield/Commercial Advisors, the 400,000 sq ft, 30-story One Commerce Square office tower is one of the tallest buildings in Memphis. Built in 1972, the tower has housed a variety of tenants with the State of Tennessee recently becoming its fourth anchor tenant, with 500 full-time employees from ten state government departments working in the building. Read More


Hardin Medical Center page 535-339-360Hardin Medical Center

The aging, outdated systems at Hardin Medical Center provided inadequate cooling and insufficient humidity control. The medical facility sought to improve the environment of care, especially in its labor and delivery area, to increase patient, physician and staff comfort, while also helping to reduce the chance of medical errors and infection. HMC also wished to increase the efficiency of its systems in order to combat rising operational and energy costs. Read Case Study | Reference Sheet


Volkswagen Chattanooga pageVolkswagen Chattanooga

Among the systems needed for the new Volkswagen factory were chillers for cooling the plant and manufacturing processes including robotic welders and painting areas. Volkswagen also needed industrial air compressors to power the many pneumatic tools and processes. In selecting chillers and air compressors, Volkswagen required efficient, reliable performance plus on-time delivery to keep factory construction on schedule. Chillers and air compressors are mission critical. Without them the Volkswagen facility cannot operate. Efficient and reliable operation translates to lower production costs for Volkswagen. Read More

Metro NashvilleMetro Nashville

The Metro Nashville District Energy System (DES) has provided heating and cooling to downtown Nashville buildings for nearly 30 years using a trash-burning plant. In recent years the plant became less reliable and did not have the capacity to meet growing demand. Despite efforts to maintain reliability and safety, and increase capacity, the facility struggled to remain economically and environmentally viable. Read More