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CenturyLink Field Tune Up
Seattle, Washington, United States
As part of its Climate Action Plan, the City of Seattle in 2016 created an ordinance to optimize energy and water use in its non-residential buildings. Its aim is to find low- or no-cost actions related to a building’s operations and maintenance that generate 10-15% in energy savings. As part of this effort, the Seahawks’ and Sounders’ CenturyLink Field underwent an energy audit to reduce its carbon footprint.
First and Goal, which oversees operations at CenturyLink, brought in Glumac to explore areas for energy and water improvements in the 69,000-seat stadium. A Glumac Energy Management Professional (EMP) evaluated the efficiency of the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems, and assessed which systems need replacing during the next 20-30 years. From there, Glumac’s energy team provided energy modeling services to confirm the assessments would meet the targeted energy savings.
As a result, Glumac’s design team is working to address the suggestions in the energy audit. Glumac is providing mechanical design for a boiler re-piping project, to address under-performance of the showers in the locker rooms; electrical design, to replace the accent lighting on top of the stadium; mechanical, electrical, and plumbing design to remodel a field shop into a break room; and more projects to come.
Individual projects are ongoing, and Glumac is working with the owner to target future LEED Existing Building Operations and Maintenance (EBOM) services.
Size: 1.5 million square feet, 69,000 seats
End Date: Ongoing
Architect: Populous Architecture
Owner: First & Goal, Inc.
Services: MEP Engineering, Energy Analysis