A major hospital in Brooklyn, NY needed to replace aging boilers that were inefficient and expensive to operate. At the outset of the boiler replacement, Hurricane Sandy struck. The hospital needed to be evacuated creating a dire logistical and medical emergency. In addition, the hospital was losing approximately $1 million/day during the evacuation.
Veolia's implemented a holistic solution to enhance efficiency while overcoming the vulnerabilities highlighted by Hurricane Sandy. These resiliency measures included:
Upgraded foundation to support the new boilers
Download our one-page case study to learn more about the challenges Hurricane Sandy brought to this project and how the measures helped the hospital save $1.5M in annual savings.