Our Energy Services Process

Our team of professionals evaluate infrastructure assets and recommend solutions that will improve the effectiveness of your building systems. Our team gathers historical building information such as original design intent of building systems along with current energy data; we then apply metrics against this information to determine if the building is running at peak efficiency. Lastly, we use this information to DEVELOP - DESIGN - DELIVER solutions to maximize the operating efficiency of your facility.


DEVELOP - Using specialized facility benchmarking and auditing techniques, we analyze potential solutions and savings opportunities as the prime motivator in considering optimum solutions. Kerney & Associates are well versed in the latest innovations and technologies that add value to the owner's operations.


DESIGN - The design process means collaboration with the customer about practical solution sets followed by systems engineering. Our innovative designs result in reduced operating costs coupled with long term energy savings.


DELIVER - What differentiates Kerney & Associates from other design builders is that we self-perform from in-house design to field delivery; partnering with strategic suppliers for ancillary services that we do not perform. Single source responsibility, delivering projects on time and within budget are all advantages of using our delivery team. At project completion, we train your operations personnel, monitor site operations and verify that our clients are satisfied with the final deliverable.


Sustainable Solutions
Kerney & Associates offers a variety of sustainable solutions available to help reduce the overall energy usage of facilities. Having installed many energy savings projects, we know which solutions to employ and how to do it cost effectively.


Some solutions we implement include:

• Building re-commissioning and/or retro-commissioning
• Renewable energy systems: solar, water retention and reuse
• Geothermal and well-water systems
• Lighting technologies
• Energy management systems
• Central plant redesign/variable flow systems
• Plant and air handling systems optimization