In September 2013, MacDonald-Miller senior building performance engineer Jeremy Richmond talked with Seattle Business about the substantial energy and water savings plan for the Seattle Aquarium. “Programming work—simply changing HVAC controls from a static setting that runs full on or full off to an adjustable setting that responds to the needs of the tenants in the space—can reduce energy costs and free up money that clients can spend on other benefits,” he said.

Now over a year later, MacDonald-Miller has proven our committed stance to taking our clients to deeper shades of green.  The Seattle Aquarium is now saving over 1.3 million gallons of water per year, reducing upwards of 728 tons of carbon, and saving at least $100,000 in annual revenue thanks to the innovation, quality, and partnership of MacDonald-Miller.

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