Retrocommissioning (RCx) is changing the face of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
What is Retrocommissioning at Illinois?
Retrocommissioning is an in-depth analysis of a building's HVAC systems and controls with a view to restoring or optimizing conditions for energy conservation, sustainability, and client comfort satisfaction.
Why is Retrocommissioning important?
Deferred maintenance is taking a toll on campus buildings and this backlog of maintenance is proven to waste energy and consume university finances. RCx
is a dedicated effort to help the campus address this formidable challenge.
What has Retrocommissioning done?
Since August of 2007, the RCx
team has grown from 5 to 19 skilled members. As a whole, we have accomplished system updates and upgrades in 50+ campus buildings for an average energy reduction of 28%. As of June 2014, RCx
work has covered approximately 6.5 million gross square feet at a cost avoidance of near $22 million. Check out our latest progress chart. Retrocommissioning Progress Report