The EEB Hub must demonstrate the performance of EEB Hub coordinated system integrated and operational technologies, policies, business models, workforce development approaches, and process integration methods in retrofitting buildings at the Navy Yard and other sites in the Greater Philadelphia region.
Whether you are a building owner, operator, occupant, architect, engineer, construction manager, retrofit supplier, educator, workforce development trainer, policy-maker, financier and anyone else that plays a key role in the Advanced Energy Retrofit market, these demonstration projects will give you critical information about how the validity of EEB Hub tools and how you can integrate them into your work.
Kevon Office Center: Benchmarking Project
The Kevon Office Center in Pennsauken, New Jersey, is owned by the Kaiserman Company and consists of two four-story building structures, containing a total of 100,000 square feet of class B leasable space. The building is being retrofitted with new glazing, which provides the EEB Hub an opportunity to measure the overall impact of this retrofitted glazing.Read More
Navy Yard Building 101
Test Bed for Assessing Technologies and Tools: Building 101 in the Navy Yard is the temporary headquarters of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Efficient Building Hub. The building, owned by the Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation (PIDC), has become one of the nation’s most highly instrumented commercial buildings.Read More
The Center for Building Energy Science (formerly Building 661)
Advanced Energy Retrofit Living Laboratory - Learning Opportunity: Both the delivery process and the resulting 661 edifice will serve as examples for future advanced energy retrofit projects in the region. To this end, the Hub is committed to observing and recording this advanced energy retrofit project, capturing what are considered to be best practices in the field.Read More