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September 2015         
Case Study

Arizona State University's
Airside Efficiency Program

ASU Biodesign Institute- Lower Res
(Biodesign Institute, Photo Credit: Arizona State University)
As a founding member of the American College and University Presidents' Climate Commitment, Arizona State University's (ASU) president committed to becoming carbon neutral by 2025. The university launched a campus-wide carbon reduction initiative and identified buildings, for their large amount of energy consumption as an important part of their plan. 

One obvious area of focus for energy reduction was on research  and laboratory facilities  including the 350,000 sqft, LEED Platinum, Biodesign Institute. After evaluating several measures, ASU selected Aircuity. The solution was implemented through out the building and saved the university $1,000,000 annually.

"Aircuity has been a critical part of helping Arizona State University move forward with its energy conservation initiatives and show real emission reductions," said Mike McLeod, Director of Facilities at the Biodesign Institute "Their technology allowed us to make a real difference and see efficiency improvements right away."

After the resounding success of the Biodesign Institute, ASU went on to install Aircuity in 24 buildings across campus to date. These spaces include additional science facilities, a student center, library, classroom buildings, and an arena. 

ASU is a great example of the wide range of buildings on a campus that can benefit from an airside program. Our customers have told us that implementing a program is a smart investment. B
eyond the significant energy savings, an airside efficiency program also reduces the deferred maintenance backlog, validates M&V, reduce operations spend, enhances indoor environmental quality and delivers an information layer for continuous commissioning. 

Click here for the full ASU case study. For information on how an Aircuity program can benefit your campus
, email us and we can put you in touch with your local Aircuity representative. 

 Way to Go!
Colleges and Universities Named Finalists in Climate Leadership Competition
Great job Aircuity customers- Appalachian State University, Loyola University Chicago, University at Buffalo & University of Tennessee, Knoxville!
2015 AIA Facility Design Awards
Congratulations to The New School on the University Center!

Did you know?
  • Carbon dioxide data collected by the OptiNet system can be used to determine over and/or under ventilated conditions in commercial buildings.  
  • Data collected by the total volatile organic compound sensor can be used to establish an air pollutant baseline in your labs.
  • Information collected by the particle counter sensor can be used to evaluate air cleanliness. 
Advisor is a powerful tool and Aircuity wants to make sure that customers are taking full advantage of this service. A web-based training session hosted by Aircuity provides training on the capabilities listed above and more!

During this one-hour web session you will learn how to leverage the information within your Advisor account to evaluate comfort/ventilation performance, building pollutants and overall air cleanliness.  If applicable, the information provided may identify energy savings opportunities.

The next training session is scheduled for Friday, October 2nd at 11am EST. Please email Anthony Bias to sign up!

A private session can be scheduled as well. This one-on-one session will go deeper into Advisor and will demonstrate ways it can support you in your job functions. Anthony would be happy to schedule this as well. 


Aircuity Events

There are many exciting events lined up this fall. We hope to see you at one...or more!


AIRI Annual Meeting
September 27 - 30
Washington, DC

October 4 - 7
Providence, RI

2015 SRAPPA Annual Conference
October 10 - 13
Baton Rouge, LA

Tradeline: College and University
Science Facilities

October 19 - 20
Boston, MA

AALAS 66th National Meeting
November 1 - 5
Phoenix, AZ
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