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Ambient Energy

Ambient Energy helps clients improve their total cost of ownership by improving the economic, social and environmental performance of their new and existing buildings so that our clients can spend more money on their core mission. We are experienced commissioning engineers, building performance engineers and sustainability consultants. We work with facilities and project teams to identify efficiency, sustainability, regenerative and resilient design principles which aligns with our clients mission, vision and core values for long term buy in.

ADDRESS: 1449 7th Avenue, Suite 440, Denver, Colorado
PHONE: (303) 278-1532
WEBSITE: http://www.ambient-e.com

TYPES OF WORK: Sustainability

PRODUCTS/SERVICES: Energy Consulting

AREA: Denver Metro
FIRM SIZE: Medium (11-30)
YEAR ESTABLISHED: 2004
NUMBER OF LICENSED ARCHITECTS: 0
FIRM PRINCIPALS/CONTACT: Renee Azerbegi, razerbegi@ambient-e.com, President Calle Hewett, chewett@ambient-e.com, Marketing Coordinator

 

Ambient Energy Projects

Denver Water Operations Redevelopment Complex

Denver Water Operations Redevelopment Complex

Denver Water is redoing its headquarters with the Operations Complex Redevelopment (OCR), and seeks to demonstrate best practice sustainability concepts. Denver Water’s vision is to be the best water utility in the nation. The OCR includes a new Administration and seven new or renovated operations and support buildings. Ambient Energy developed sustainability and zero net energy goals during design. and refine and track these goals through the design and construction process. Ambient Energy facilitated a LEED Campus certification process for all eight buildings pursuing LEED certification. Ambient Energy is also performing commissioning services for LEED and IECC; this is Denver’s first project to use the new IECC-2015. Ambient Energy is commissioning all eight of the buildings and the central utility plant. Four buildings were completed in 2017 with four on-going. All eight buildings have advanced energy efficient systems and controls strategies. For energy savings, the systems include an ultra-high-efficiency central utility plant with thermal storage and heat recovery. Ambient Energy has facilitated extensive coordination and communication between team members in order to get these complex systems to work as intended. Rendering credit: Stantec

Denver International Airport, Concourse Expansion Projects

Denver International Airport, Concourse Expansion Projects

DEN is expanding its concourses with four expansions at the ends of Terminals A, B and C. Ambient Energy is providing consulting services for two of the four concourse expansion projects that together represent a combined $1.5 billion investment – the 12-gate expansion called Concourse A West and the 4-gate expansion called Concourse B West. Ambient Energy was brought on board to assist the team in meeting Denver’s Gold LEED requirement for this complex and challenging aviation project. Ambient Energy services include LEED facilitation, whole building life cycle assessment (WBLCA), sustainability workshop facilitation, daylight analysis, integrated design process, Xcel Energy’s Energy Design Assistance, energy modeling, and life cycle cost analysis. Ambient Energy will also be supporting commissioning on the Concourse East Projects. Rendering credit: HNTB

University of Colorado, Denver North Classroom

University of Colorado, Denver North Classroom

This significant renovation updates the North Classroom Building on the Auraria Campus which originally opened in 1987. The 200,000 sf building houses Geography and Environmental Sciences, Physics, and Psychology Departments. The classrooms, physics laboratories, offices and atrium are reconfigured with new HVAC, lighting, daylighting, and technology systems, ADA accommodations and aesthetic improvements. Commissioned systems include seven updated existing air handling units, three new air handling units, new chiller plant and new hot water plant. The five phases of the renovation were commissioned while the building was occupied, making coordination with contractor, test and balance, and functional testing imperative during the commissioning process.

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