Smith & Boucher is dedicated to the overall energy reduction in all facility types. Our design engineering background provides us with a unique perspective to a building’s energy performance.
Smith & Boucher can provide all levels of energy audits to perform a full energy analysis of any facility type as well as identify potential energy conservation measures. Smith & Boucher has provided energy audits on all facility types including office, retail, K-12, university, industrial, municipal and recreation facilities.
Turnkey Energy Projects
As a value to our clients, Smith & Boucher can provide turnkey energy project implementation providing a single-source, simplified energy project. Turnkey projects include all effort associated with the energy audit, design development, bidding, construction and construction administration.
Measurement & Verification
Smith & Boucher can provide 3rd party, independent measurement and verification services to assist in the quantification of implemented energy savings measures whether associated with an utility rebate, energy performance contract or LEED project. Services range from the development of M&V plans to the on-site measurement and reporting.
Smith & Boucher can work directly with utility companies to research and identify any potential rebates as well as lead the client through the rebate process.
The Energy Policy Act of 2005 in addition to the Recovery and Reinvestment act of 2009 provide for multiple tax incentives to facility owners that pursue energy implementation projects. Smith & Boucher can provide all of the documentation for owners to submit to the IRS.
Renewable Energy Analysis
As utility rates continue to escalate, renewable energy continues to slide to the forefront. Smith & Boucher can provide energy analyses and ROI calculations for all types of renewable energy solutions including solar, wind and geothermal.
Building and Energy Modeling
Smith & Boucher utilizes several energy modeling software tools to perform full building energy modeling analyses as part of the Building Information Modeling (BIM) to accurately identify a facilities energy usage and consumption. This can be done for energy projects as well as for LEED project certification.