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					PARTIAL CLIENT LIST:
LASALLE HOTEL PROPERTIES • FEDERAL RESERVE BANK
• CAPITAL ONE • GENERAL MOTORS • PREPAID LEGAL
• FORD MOTOR COMPANY • TARGET CORPORATION •
MASSACHUSETTS CONVENTION CENTER AUTHORITY


PROVIDING AN ARRAY OF SERVICES INCLUDING:
ENGINEERING, CONSTRUCTION SUPPORT,
COMMISSIONING, FACILITY SUPPORT,
ENERGY MANAGEMENT, ECO-MANAGEMENT,
SUSTAINABILITY, CENTRAL PLANT AND
RENEWABLE ENERGY.
                                                  COMMERCIAL
SERVING AN ARRAY OF MARKETS INCLUDING:

AIRPORTS, COMMERCIAL, GOVERNMENT,
HEALTHCARE, HIGHER EDUCATION, INDUSTRIAL,
RENEWABLE FUELS AND UTILITIES.




                        sebesta.com
                        877.706.6858
Demands on commercial structures are changing due to increasing energy                                                                                                PREPAID LEGAL
                                                                                                                                                                      Prepaid Legal Services, Inc. corporate headquarters in Ada,
costs, ongoing maintenance requirements and an increased focus on
                                                                                                                                                                      Oklahoma, is a 140,000 sq. ft. multi-building complex. The campus
environmental quality. In order to remain competitive and profitable, building                                                                                         consists of an eight-story high-rise office building, an auditorium for
owners are investigating methods and strategies to improve operational                                                                                                corporate meetings, call center, training center and a facility building
                                                                                                                                                                      that will house the central heating and cooling equipment. A utility
efficiency, increase productivity and reduce cost.                                                                                                                     tunnel system was proposed to connect each of the five buildings
                                                                                                                                                                      on the campus to each other. This tunnel system will house the
                                                                                                                                                                      mechanical distribution piping to each building. The tunnels will also
Sebesta Blomberg focuses on all aspects of lifecycle costs of a commercial
                                                                                                                                                                      be used to distribute inter-office mail and supplies throughout the
facility. We design facilities for optimal performance, commission facilities to                                                                                      complex.
validate that performance, train operators to maintain operational efficiency
                                                                                                                      Sebesta Blomberg was retained to provide the overall design and construction support for the mechanical and
and develop and implement plans to minimize energy costs and the impact
                                                                                                                      electrical systems, including HVAC, plumbing, fire protection, lighting and power systems for the entire complex.
on the environment. Whether it is a hotel, retail or entertainment complex or
general office building, Sebesta Blomberg leverages its core competency in
                                                                                                                      CAPITAL ONE
sustainable design, commissioning and operations to serve the commercial                                              Sebesta Blomberg provided commissioning services for Capital One’s consolidation of its new Headquarters Facility
market. Our capabilities include building design for additions and renovations,                                       in Tyson’s Corner, Virginia. The project consisted of a 600,000 sq. ft., 14-story office building and a 9-level parking
                                                                                                                      structure.
lighting design, energy modeling, commissioning and retrocommissioning,
construction support, facility assessments, operator training, energy audits,                                         The major systems that we commissioned involved space comfort systems, life safety systems, mechanical
energy procurement, environmental services and LEED® certification.                                                    and electrical building support systems and vertical transportation systems. Sebesta Blomberg’s project
                                                                                                                      involvement included design reviews related to commissioning, development of the commissioning specification
Sebesta Blomberg works with building owners and facility managers and has                                             section (including preliminary and final verification test procedures), training criteria, O&M manual requirements,
the expertise to help optimize your building’s design and performance.                                                administration of verification test process, facilitation of deficiency resolution process, maintenance planning
                                                                                                                      support to operations staff and selected system check-up tests in the 10th month of warranty.


                                               LASALLE HOTEL PROPERTIES                                               GENERAL MOTORS
                                               Sebesta Blomberg was retained by LaSalle Properties to provide         Sebesta Blomberg provided mechanical and control systems commissioning documentation services to the multi-
                                               utility assessment services for several hotels, including properties   phased complete renovation of the 5.5 million sq. ft. Renaissance Center in Detroit, Michigan. The complex consists
                                               in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Virginia, Illinois and Indiana. The    of four office towers, a hotel and retail space purchased by General Motors to be their Global Headquarters. In
                                               hotels range from 5- to 37-story buildings, possess between 100        addition to the office space renovation, the first five levels of the complex (400,000 sq. ft.) included the creation
                                               and 800 rooms and total more than 2 million sq. ft. Some of the        of a five-story, glass enclosed Wintergarden, a 35,000 sq. ft. museum, 40,000 sq. ft. exhibit space, a complete
                                               properties have pools or spas. These assessments focused on            renovation of the 1,342 room Marriott Hotel and creation of a 12-foot wide glass circulation walkway accessing all
                                               the lighting systems, HVAC and controls, boilers and associated        four office towers.
                                               heating systems, water using systems (kitchen and laundry) and, in
                                               some cases, the chilled water and distribution systems. The goal       At the time of the renovation, the top to bottom renovation of the Renaissance Center was the largest multi-
                                               was to develop individual Utility Efficiency Programs for all the       use facility renovation effort of its kind anywhere in the world. Working with existing structure, multiple areas of
hotels involved. In all cases, Sebesta Blomberg was able to identify nearly a dozen or more Energy Conservation       construction and the regularly scheduled movement of people into renovated areas were part of the challenges of
Measures (ECMs), with an average potential annual utility cost savings of more than $270,000.                         this project.