Efficiency, Comfort + Facility Optimization
Long-term value is a crucial aspect of any project. Spaces that benefit from efficient systems and design reduce risk for clients. Our energy analysts blend advanced modeling techniques with a 50-year foundation of MEP engineering to create facilities and buildings that are energy and cost efficient, comfortable and truly sustainable.
Building Performance Analysis & Modeling Services
- Energy Modeling
- Master Planning
- Data Analytics
- Energy Auditing
- Facility Optimization
- On-Going Energy Management
- Measurement & Verification and Dashboarding
- Distributed Energy Resources
- Central Plant Modeling & Optimization
- Daylight Modeling
- Envelope Optimization
- Water Modeling
To learn more about Glumac’s 50-year commitment to Sustainable Building Design and how we integrate this practice into our projects, read our Corporate Sustainability Report.
California State University Long Beach Sustainability Center.
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Glumac is currently providing MEP engineering, and energy services for a new, modern office building on P Street for the State of California, Department of General Services, which is targeting net zero energy. | Read More
Glumac is currently providing MEP engineering, energy and lighting services for the Clifford L. Allenby Building for the State of California, Department of General Services. The property is designed to meet LEED Platinum and net zero energy standards. | Read More
This architectural firm’s headquarters is a noteworthy endeavor in that they achieved the first ever Living Building Certified (LBC) building in California and have also achieved LEED CI v4 Platinum certification. It has achieved net zero energy and net zero water. | Read More
The newest addition to Tigard Community School District is designed to achieve net zero energy. Through the use of rooftop solar photovoltaics and passive design approaches, elements, this facility generates more energy than it uses – enough to power three homes per year and achieve net zero energy. The systems design also provide a 12-15 year simple payback schedule for the district. | Read More
Santa Clara, California
Glumac provided MEP engineering and energy services for the three-story Student Engagement Center. The facility serves 1,000 students and faculty and is now the new main entry point for the campus. Originally targeting LEED Gold certification, the project is now certified LEED Platinum, and is net zero energy equivalent. | Read More
CSU Long Beach Clean Energy Master Plan
Long Beach, California
Glumac created for CSU Long Beach (CSULB) a Clean Energy Master Plan, which provides a strategic road map for the school to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030. This engineering study included a robust assessment of campus energy sources, demands, and utilization to identify clean energy alternatives and strategies to integrate sustainable building design and improve the efficiency of campus operations| Read More
As the focus on sustainable building design continues to grow among students and administration at Cal State Northridge, and its Institute for Sustainability expands, it was determined a facility was needed to house its classes and faculty and serve as a showcase for their work. The existing recycling yard was tapped as a space for its new Sustainability Center. The facility has achieved Net Zero Energy and earned LEED Platinum certification. It is also designed to meet the Living Building Challenge. | Read More
When Vestas – one of the world’s largest manufacturers of wind turbines – decided to move its North American headquarters into the historic Meier & Frank Delivery Depot in Portland, Oregon, they were challenged with sustainably modernizing a building that has stood for nearly a century and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Glumac MEP engineering experts were tasked with helping them meet that challenge, providing MEP engineering, as well as lighting, fire alarm, telecom and security systems design. | Read More
When international disaster and poverty relief nonprofit Mercy Corps decided to move to a new corporate office in Portland, Oregon, community good was never far from the organization’s mind. The Parker-Scott building, originally built in 1879, was selected for renovation and expansion to help inject life into an area that had battled issues with crime and homelessness for several years. | Read More
With 2014 revenues at $38 billion and more than 130,000 employees company-wide, Oracle has plans. Big plans. These included reaching their internal IT growth targets for 2014 with a forward-looking plan to support IT growth needs for the next several years. Accordingly, Oracle moved forward with the build-out of the UCF Phase 2 Data Center space in West Jordan, Utah, with a Glumac-lead master plan that included building the 30,000 sf of data center space in six modular 5,000 sf builds. | Read More
The International Living Future Institute (ILFI) is making huge strides this year with its signature certification program and green building philosophy, The Living Building Challenge (LBC). ILFI has partnered with Glumac, Gensler and Shimizu to plant the first seed in Asia with the continent’s first-registered LBC project. | Read More
To the passerby, the Vestas Headquarters in Portland’s Pearl District looks like a simple, modern commercial building converted from an historic block structure. But hidden behind its facade is one of the highest performing office buildings in the country. | Read More