2RW completed comprehensive energy audits and an energy master plan in order to develop a utility master plan for the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport renovation and expansion. The scope of the demand-side energy audit consisting of a site survey, analysis of existing conditions, development of energy conservation measures, and summary report.
2RW developed quantitative methods to understand the full costs of providing heating and cooling to the airport. The results enabled effective management of energy and water resources. Opportunities were identified and analyzed to improve cooling and heating strategies, ranging from equipment maintenance and replacement to complete redesign of central cooling and heating plants, distribution systems, and terminal layouts. These are important components of the airport owner’s twin goals of continuously improving passenger comfort and reducing operating costs.
2RW worked with the Airport to achieve the following, all of which impact utility infrastructure at the Airport:
The utility master plan sought to integrate these concerns and develop long-range plans so the utilities infrastructure can keep pace with anticipated airport expansions and to enhance airport expansion plants rather than limiting them.
OWNER: Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport