efficiency approached as a partnership.

This is why we work closely with owners, designers, and system operators to develop building automation concepts to achieve energy management goals. In the end, the result is a safe and healthy environment for the building’s occupants, as well as overall sustainability, excellent indoor air quality, and improved operations of existing and new facilities. This is energy well spent, and well saved.

Energy efficiency improvements support the MacDonald-Miller overall mission of making buildings work better. This may entail performing preliminary and investment grade audits, system retrofits, writing sequences of operations, programming control systems, air/hydronic balancing, troubleshooting, preventative maintenance, systems commissioning or performance management and verification. We’ll do whatever it takes to make a difference in energy savings.

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MacDonald-Miller Facility Solutions is a trusted ESCO in the Pacific Northwest and is pre-qualified in Washington & Oregon.

A Case for Energy Savings.

The Seattle Aquarium is a 69,400 square foot facility that originally opened in 1977. It houses multiple aquatic and land exhibits, a restaurant, gift shop and a meeting/event space. The project scope included an Investment Grade Audit that resulted in energy efficient retrofits and new equipment including: a new HVAC Controls system, an LED lighting, 2 new destratification fans, 3 new air handling units, 4 furnaces and 2 boilers, the attic insulation of Pier 59 and performance management services to deliver and validate the guaranteed financial results.

Energy Results: The installed project is projected to save 4,703,029 kBtu/ year, 8% of their total energy usage. That’s enough energy to power 24 homes for an entire year.

Our Projects

North Lot

Avalara Hawk Tower

The North Lot project is located in Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square and consists of a 23-story North Hotel Tower and a 19-story South Office Tower connected by an 8-story arcade/atrium that includes two sky bridges to connect both towers. The project includes a convention center, health/fitness facility with a swimming pool, multiple restaurant/retail spaces, one full…

Highline College

Highline College

The Highline College energy project affected 571,356 square feet of the campus. The project included upgrading the campus-wide building automation system backbone, retro-fitting the remaining two boilers with Exhaust Gas Analyzing controls, upgrading and customizing the exterior lighting fixtures. The energy savings components of the Building 4 FAA noise abatement remodel and performance management services…

Montgomery Park

Montgomery Park

The 850,540 square foot Montgomery Park is a commercial building in Portland, Oregon, housing approximately 26 tenants with about 3,000 people occupying the building during an average workday. Work included condenser pumps, supply fan VFD’s, and variable fan speed (Catalyst) on all large tonnage heat pumps.  Through bill savings from the lighting upgrades and Energy Trust…

Washington Athletic Club

Washington Athletic Club

The Washington Athletic Club was built in 1930 and expanded in 1955 and 1969. The 21 story 310,000 square foot steel and masonry structure contains 113 hotel guest rooms and 5 floors of fitness amenities, with support areas that operate 24/7. The project included replacing and integrating a legacy control system with a new BACnet…

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