Trane has partnered with K-12, higher education, municipal, and healthcare organizations nationwide to make their buildings better for life. Please check out the following case studies for real-world examples and learn how Trane’s comprehensive solutions can not only make your buildings better for life, but save your organization money.
HIGHER EDUCATION CASE STUDIES
Northeast Community College
Northeast, Trane and NC3 are rebranding the image and acceptance of vocational schools. The team has revamped Northeast’s HVAC program with a new curriculum and the construction of a state-of-the-art training lab.
A rigorous curriculum, combined with updated training labs featuring the newest equipment and advanced technologies, are ensuring that graduates possess the skills, training and validation required by the industry.
Ozarks Technical Community College
By implementing a comprehensive energy management solution, and upgrading HVAC equipment and controls, significant reductions in electricity usage are projected resulting in cost savings of $200,000 in the first year.
State Fair Community College
Sustainable efforts at State Fair Community College reduce costs, engage students, and generate revenue for the college. Energy efficient upgrades are expected to save the college nearly $314,000 annually.
Oklahoma City Community College
University of Central Missouri
The $36.1 million Energy Savings Contract was designed to save approximately 31% of annual energy costs. Trane guarantees the University an annual energy and operational savings of more than $735,000.
Wichita Area Technical College
K-12 EDUCATION CASE STUDIES
Dighton USD 482
Performance contracting upgrades result in projected savings in operations, maintenance and utility expenses of $190,000 a year; enhance the learning environment with quiet and comfortable classrooms.READ CASE STUDY
Rock Creek USD 323
Tonganoxie USD 464
The upgrades are estimated to result in efficiency increases of up to 27 percent. The overall savings in operations, maintenance and utilities from the facility improvements are projected to be $217,000 annually.
Liberty Public Schools
Trane wireless zone sensor technology is perfect for new construction, remodels and retrofits. It provides substantial savings in time and money by eliminating the need for wiring schematics, conduit and running wires.READ CASE STUDY
Southeast of Saline USD 306
ENTERTAINMENT & HEALTHCARE CASE STUDIES
The Center For Individuals With Physical Challenges, due to system upgrades, is experiencing significant building comfort improvements and energy savings with a Trane Tracer SC building automation system.
The Children’s Center Rehab Hospital
Trane and Streets Mechanical helped The Children’s Center Rehabilitation Hospital prepare for a massive expansion to provide more services to area children while addressing aging, inefficient HVAC systems.
Boulevard Brewing Company
By providing a one-stop HVAC/controls solution to meet efficiency and comfort needs with a short turnaround time, Trane enabled an on-time opening, with the added results of more than $8,000 in incentives.
Civic Center Music Hall
“When the acoustic performance standards for the air-handling equipment were set, we didn’t think we could achieve it with cataloged equipment. Trane said they thought they could. We said, ‘Prove it!’ Well, they did.”
RELIGIOUS CASE STUDIES
Grace United Methodist Church
Providing consistent temperatures, increased reliability and quiet operation, Trane VRF systems installed on the daycare/Sunday school building have improved comfort for the church staff, congregation and visitors.
Trinity United Methodist Church
Two Trane water-source heat pumps replaced existing heat pumps to solve humidity issues at Trinity United Methodist Church, providing a more comfortable environment for the church’s daycare children and staff.
RENTAL SERVICES CASE STUDIES
U.S. Senior Open
Wolf Creek Nuclear Power Plant
The Trane Rental Services team engineered and initiated a solution that included a rental chiller and generator, ensuring reliable, safe cooling of a portion of the nuclear plant’s cooling water system.
ADDITIONAL CASE STUDIES & RESOURCES