625 North Michigan Avenue is a 25 story tower located in downtown Chicago. It was constructed in 1970 and has approximately 350,000 square feet of conditioned space, mainly in the form of retail space and open-plan offices. The building had previously been retro-commissioned to perform to higher energy efficiency standards.
Thermolite was able to improve the energy performance of this already retro-commissioned building, including:
- 13-16% decrease in peak energy usage
- 33-37% decrease in annual gas consumption
- 5 Db reduction in sound level intensity
- 16% total energy savings
View all of the details in our latest case study: 625 North Michigan Avenue Tower – Energy Improvements After Retro-commissioning.
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