Project Summary: Johnson Controls Corporate Headquarters, Milwaukee, WI
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|Project Name||Johnson Controls Corporate Headquarters|
|Owner/Operator||Johnson Controls, Inc|
|Utility Name||WE Energies|
|Date Operational||September 2010|
|Building or Application Size||160,000 ft2|
|Collector Area||1,088 ft2|
|Collector Manufacturer||SunEarth Collectors|
|Storage System Type||Water|
|Storage Size||4,000 gallons|
|Auxiliary Fuel||Natural gas|
|System Installation Contractor||Johnson Controls, Inc|
|Contractor Contact||Bill Guiney|
|Brief Project Description||
Two existing buildings were renovated as part of an expansion of the Johnson Controls Corporate Headquarters Campus in Milwaukee, WI. Flat plate solar collectors were added on the roof of one of the buildings to provide domestic hot water. The panels supply 30% of the hot water needs to the 160,000 square feet of space in these buildings.
This is one aspect of a completed project, involving four major buildings covering 306,000 sq. ft. that is expected to achieve LEED Platinum certification from the US Green Buildings Council.
|For More Information||Johnson Controls Headquarters Case Study (PDF)|
|Project Contact||Steve Thomas|
|Date Information Updated||3/17/2010|