Energy Management Plan

Energy Management Plan
ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN
PREPARED FOR:
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
75 UNIVERSITY AVENUE WEST
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DECEMBER 2009
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Contents
1.0
INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................................... 8
1.1
ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN CONTEXT .................................................... 8
1.2
PROPOSED PLAN ELEMENTS ........................................................................... 9
2.0
UNIVERSITY PROFILE ......................................................................................................... 11
3.0
ENERGY MANAGEMENT GOALS AND TARGETS.......................................................... 14
3.1
CONTEXT: OTHER UNIVERSITY SUSTAINABILITY INITATIVES ........... 14
3.2
CONTEXT: GREEN HOUSE GASES ................................................................. 16
3.3
SUGGESTED TARGETS..................................................................................... 16
4.0
ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND COST ................................................................................ 17
4.1
BASELINE CONSUMPTION AND COST DATA ............................................. 17
4.2
CURRENT AND FORECASTED CONSUMPTION AND COST ..................... 17
4.3
UTILITY RATE STRUCTURES ......................................................................... 23
4.4
ENERGY END USE TRENDS ............................................................................ 23
4.5
BENCHMARKING .............................................................................................. 26
5.0
UTILITIES MONITORING PLAN ......................................................................................... 31
5.1
UTILITY MANAGEMENT SOLUTION ............................................................ 31
5.2
ENERGY METERING SYSTEMS ...................................................................... 33
5.2.1
COSTS .................................................................................................................. 35
5.3
INSTALLATION PLAN ...................................................................................... 36
5.4
UTILITY MONITORING IMPLEMENTATION ................................................ 40
6.0
ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN ......................................................................................... 42
6.1
MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN ...... 42
6.1.1
BUILDING SYSTEMS DOCUMENTATION ..................................................... 42
6.1.2
RECOMMISSIONING ......................................................................................... 43
6.1.3
ASPECTS OF RECOMMISSIONING ................................................................. 45
6.2
RETROFIT AND REPLACEMENT ENERGY MANAGEMENT
OPPORTUNITIES (EMOS) ................................................................................. 46
6.2.1
RETRO-COMMISSIONING ................................................................................ 51
6.2.2
BOILER RETROFITS .......................................................................................... 55
6.2.3
AIR HANDLING UNIT REPLACEMENT ......................................................... 57
6.2.4
ENERGY RECOVERY RETROFITS FOR NEW OR EXISTING AIR
HANDLING UNITS ............................................................................................. 58
6.2.5
ROOF TOP UNIT REPLACEMENT ................................................................... 59
6.2.6
CHILLER & COOLING TOWER RETROFITS.................................................. 61
6.2.7
EXHAUST FAN RETROFIT ............................................................................... 61
6.2.8
BASEBOARD RADIANT HEATERS ................................................................. 62
6.2.9
BUILDING ENVELOPE RETROFITS ................................................................ 64
6.2.9.1
WINDOW SYSTEM RETROFITS ...................................................................... 65
6.2.10
ENERGY STAR EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT ............................................. 67
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6.2.13
LIGHTING RETROFITS...................................................................................... 68
WATER USE REDUCTION RETROFIT ............................................................ 78
7
RENEWABLE ENERGY ALTERNATIVES .......................................................................... 79
7.2
SOLAR PV GENERATED ELECTRICITY ........................................................ 79
7.3
SOLAR WATER HEATING ................................................................................ 81
7.4
SOLAR AIR HEATING ....................................................................................... 83
7.5
WIND GENERATED ELECTRICITY ................................................................ 85
7.6
GEO-EXCHANGE SOURCED HEATING AND COOLING............................. 87
8
NEW CONSTRUCTION ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN ............................................... 89
8.2
GREEN BUILDING RATING SYSTEMS .......................................................... 89
8.2.9
LEED CANADA FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION ................................................ 89
8.2.10
ASHRAE 189.1P – STANDARD FOR THE DESIGN OF HIGHPERFORMANCE GREEN BUILDINGS ............................................................. 90
8.2.11
GREEN GLOBES – BREEAM / ARCHITECTURE 2030 / THE LIVING
BUILDING CHALLENGE ................................................................................... 90
8.2.12
ENERGY ONLY – ASHRAE 90.1 / MODEL NATIONAL ENERGY CODE
FOR BUILDINGS/ OBC 2006 ............................................................................ 90
8.3
PROCESS LOADS ............................................................................................... 91
8.4
DAYLIGHTING ................................................................................................... 91
8.5
OPPORTUNITIES FOR NATURAL VENTILATION ....................................... 92
8.6
ENVELOPE AND GLAZING PERFORMANCE CRITERIA ............................ 92
8.7
RADIANT HEATING .......................................................................................... 93
8.8
DEDICATED OUTDOOR AIR SYSTEM VENTILATION ............................... 94
8.9
HEAT RECOVERY ON AIR HANDLING AND ROOFTOP UNITS................ 94
8.10
GROUND SOURCE HEATING AND COOLING .............................................. 94
8.11
HIGH EFFICIENT VENTILATION SYSTEM ................................................... 94
9.1
ENERGY CONSERVATION INCENTIVES .......................................................................... 96
9.1.1
WATERLOO NORTH HYDRO ELECTRICITY RETROFIT INCENTIVE
PROGRAM ........................................................................................................... 96
9.1.2
ECOENERGY RETROFIT INCENTIVES FOR BUILDINGS ........................... 96
9.1.3
ONTARIO POWER AUTHORITY (OPA) CONSERVATION FUND .............. 98
9.1.4
UNION GAS ENERSMART ENERGY SAVINGS PROGRAMS.................... 100
9.2
INCENTIVES FOR RENEWABLE HEAT ........................................................................... 100
9.2.1
ECOENERGY FOR RENEWABLE HEAT ....................................................... 100
9.2.2
ONTARIO SOLAR THERMAL HEATING INCENTIVE PROGRAM ........... 101
9.3
INCENTIVES FOR RENEWABLE POWER ........................................................................ 103
9.3.1
ECOENERGY FOR RENEWABLE POWER ................................................... 103
9.3.2
ONTARIO POWER AUTHORITY FEED-IN-TARIFF PROGRAM ............... 103
9.4
OTHER FINANCING PROGRAMS/OPTIONS ................................................................... 103
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INFRASTRUCTURE ONTARIO UNIVERSITY AND AFFILIATED
COLLEGES LOAN PROGRAM ........................................................................ 104
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INDEX OF APPENDICES
APPENDIX A: UTILIY ANALYSES
APPENDIX B: ENERGY RETROFIT MEASURE DETAILED PAYBACK CALCULATION SUMMARIES
APPENDIX C: FULL ENERGY RETROFIT MEASURE PRIORITY RANKING BY PAYBACK
APPENDIX D: RENEWABLE ENERGY DETAILED CALCULATION
APPENDIX E: WLU PHYSICAL AUDIT DATABASE TABLES
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INDEX OF TABLES:
Table 1: Wilfrid Laurier Buildings and Floor Areas ....................................................................................................12
Table 2: Electricity Use: Percentiles in CBECS (LBNL) Data Set and WLU's position. ................................................26
Table 3: Energy Use: Percentiles in CBECS (LBNL) Data Set and WLU's position (Climate Zones 1 & 2) ..................27
Table 4: Energy Star Sample Energy Targets.............................................................................................................30
Table 5: Market Survey of Energy Accounting Service Capabilities ..........................................................................32
Table 6: Sample Utility Monitoring Solution Costs ...................................................................................................33
Table 7: Opinion of Probable Cost of Whole Building Energy Metering Installation................................................35
Table 8: Opinion of Probable Cost of Whole Building Electricity Metering Installation ...........................................36
Table 9: Phase 1 - Highest Priority Buildings for Electricity Meter Installation ........................................................36
Table 10: Phase 2 – High Priority Buildings for Electricity Meter Installation ..........................................................37
Table 11: Phase 3 - Medium Priority Buildings For Electricity Meter Installation ....................................................38
Table 12: Phase 4 - High Priority Buildings For Gas Meter Installation ....................................................................38
Table 13: Phase 5 - High Priority Buildings For Water Meter Installation ................................................................39
Table 14: Utility-by-Utility Phasing ...........................................................................................................................40
Table 15: Building-by-Building Phasing .....................................................................................................................40
Table 16: Sample of Building Operating Plan............................................................................................................43
Table 17: EMOs for Immediate Implementation ......................................................................................................47
Table 18: EMOs for implementation during 2010-2011 ...........................................................................................48
Table 19: EMOs for implementation during 2012 and later .....................................................................................49
Table 20: High Priority Buildings to Be Recommissioned .........................................................................................53
Table 21: Medium Priority Buildings to Be Recommissioned ...................................................................................54
Table 22: Analysis of standard boilers vs. high efficient boilers ...............................................................................56
Table 23: Analysis of standard AHU vs. high efficient AHU with VSD .......................................................................58
Table 24: Analysis of standard AHU vs. AHU with ERV .............................................................................................59
Table 25: Analysis of energy saved by specifying high efficient rooftop systems ....................................................60
Table 26: Summary of Recommended Chiller Monitoring .......................................................................................61
Table 27: Residence Room Heating Cost Estimate ...................................................................................................63
Table 28: Paybacks for Baseboard Heater Retrofits in Residences ..........................................................................63
Table 29: Energy Savings for Installation of Baseboard Heater Controls at 50 University Ave E .............................64
Table 30: Energy Savings for Replacement of Baseboard Heaters with Other Systems at 50 University Ave E ......64
Table 31: Deficient Fenestration Systems.................................................................................................................67
Table 32: Appropriate Lighting Level, CRI, Colour Temperature and Lamp Types for Various Spaces ....................69
Table 33: Potential T-12s to be replaced by T-8 .......................................................................................................70
Table 34: Low wattage incandescent lights to be replaced by compact fluorescent lights .....................................71
Table 35: Medium to high wattage incandescent lights to be replaced by compact fluorescent lights ..................72
Table 36: Potential HID fixtures to be retrofitted by compact fluorescent lights ....................................................72
Table 37: Potential mercury vapour fixtures to be retrofitted by T-8 high bay fixtures ..........................................73
Table 38: Potential metal halide fixtures to be retrofitted by T-8 high bay fixtures ................................................73
Table 39: Potential T-8's which may be retrofitted with newer low wattage T-8’s .................................................74
Table 40: Lighting Control Strategies ........................................................................................................................76
Table 41: Potential dimming strategies ....................................................................................................................77
Table 42: Water and Water Heating Savings for Water Efficiency Retrofits ............................................................78
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INDEX OF FIGURES:
Figure 1: Wilfrid Laurier Waterloo Campus Map ......................................................................................................11
Figure 2: Aerial view of Main Campus ......................................................................................................................11
Figure 3: Energy Breakdown by GigaJoules (GJ) (2006 -2009)..................................................................................18
Figure 4: Energy Breakdown by Cost (2006 -2009)...................................................................................................18
Figure 5: Annual Electricity Usage ............................................................................................................................19
Figure 6: Ambient Air Temperatures for September ................................................................................................20
Figure 7: Annual Natural Gas Consumption Trends..................................................................................................20
Figure 8: Current and Projected Electricity Costs .....................................................................................................21
Figure 9: Current and Projected Gas Cost.................................................................................................................22
Figure 10: Electricity Use Breakdown .......................................................................................................................24
Figure 11: Natural Gas Usage Breakdown ................................................................................................................24
Figure 12: Total Energy End Use Breakdown ............................................................................................................25
Figure 13: Total Energy Cost Breakdown ..................................................................................................................25
Figure 14: LBNL Energy IQ Climate Zone Map ..........................................................................................................26
Figure 15: Wilfrid Laurier University Energy Use Index Benchmarking ....................................................................27
Figure 16: Wilfrid Laurier University Electricity Use Index Benchmarking ...............................................................28
Figure 17: Wilfrid Laurier University Energy Intensity Benchmarking (ekWh/gsm/yr) ............................................29
Figure 18: Wilfrid Laurier University Energy Intensity Benchmarking (kWh/yr/FTE) ...............................................29
Figure 19: Building Energy Quotient .........................................................................................................................30
Figure 20: Sample impact of un-commissioned systems on energy costs. ..............................................................44
Figure 21: Commissioning Costs for New Construction............................................................................................51
Figure 22: Commissioning Payback Time ..................................................................................................................52
Figure 23: Viessmann Vitocrossal 300 Condensing Boiler ........................................................................................55
Figure 24: Sensitivity of Payback to Overall Seasonal Efficiency of Boiler Chosen, Dr. Alvin Woods Building .........57
Figure 25: Roof top mounted PV on the Horse Palace at the CNE ...........................................................................79
Figure 26: South facing area where solar PV may be integrated..............................................................................80
Figure 27: Payback Analysis for Solar PV ..................................................................................................................81
Figure 28: Rooftop mounted flat-plate solar water heating system ........................................................................81
Figure 29: Evacuated Tube Solar Collectors..............................................................................................................82
Figure 30: Payback Analysis for a solar water heating system .................................................................................82
Figure 31: SolarWall installed on the south wall of a school ....................................................................................83
Figure 32: Potential Location for a SolarWall retrofit ...............................................................................................84
Figure 33: Payback Analysis for a Solar Air Heating System .....................................................................................85
Figure 34: Vestas V44 wind turbine ..........................................................................................................................85
Figure 35: Wind speed conditions for Waterloo and surrounding area ...................................................................86
Figure 36: Payback Analysis for a Wind Turbine .......................................................................................................87
Figure 37: Potential Locations for Geo-exchange wells ............................................................................................87
Figure 38: Payback Analysis for a Geo-exchange system .........................................................................................88
Figure 39: Hybrid Ventilation Concepts ....................................................................................................................92
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1.0 INTRODUCTION
Wilfrid Laurier University (WLU) would like to take a leadership role in achieving substantial and measurable
environmental and financial improvements through the development and implementation of an energy
management plan.
The University’s aim is to educate engaged and aware citizens of an increasingly complex world, and its motto is
“Truth conquers all.” The vision and proposed plan outlined in this report attempts to be responsive to these
core values: through cooperation and engagement with the university’s staff, professors, and students it is
intended that a holistic and all-encompassing approach to sustainability can be achieved.
In particular, this report focuses on measures which will accomplish two things:
•
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Intrinsically reduce the energy and resource use of buildings on campus.
Provide tools to building occupants empowering them to change behavior to further reduce energy use
through their own actions.
Some discussion of other elements of an overall sustainable campus plan are included in relevant sections for
context, and identified as beyond the scope of this energy management plan.
1.1
ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN CONTEXT
Currently WLU spends over $4.5 million annually in utility costs (natural gas, electricity and water), with an
average energy intensity of 262 ekWh/m² of floor space1. With an ongoing commitment of time and resources
to the implementation of the outlined energy management plan, CRA and Cobalt believe that significant energy
savings can be realized immediately and additional cost reductions in the future.
Energy Management Plans for campuses can be driven by a variety of different approaches. These include:
1. Optimized Payback
1
This figure is based on an average of 2006-2009 electricity use data for the campus, calculated by averaging all data
available for each month and then summing, for a total average yearly use of 29.3GWh. Average yearly natural gas use was
calculated similarly, for a total average yearly use of 26.5GWh. These were divided by an estimated occupied campus area
of 212,982 m³, as per Table 1.
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A plan driven by an optimized payback approach will identify potential opportunities for energy
savings, prioritize these by estimate payback (and possibly by feasibility based on first cost) and
implement the plan starting with the shortest payback items.
2. Building by Building Improvement
A plan driven by a retrofit incentive program, which rewards through building-by-building energy
use improvements. This type of plan is driven by on-campus retrofit (for instance, opportunities
to access buildings due to temporary increased access due to additions and renovations) or
driven by implementation of a retrofit certification program such as LEED for Existing Buildings.
The plan would identify buildings with the most savings opportunities, through to the least
savings opportunities, and improve the buildings one at a time.
3. Goal-Oriented Approach:
A plan driven by goals might use a yearly improvement target in gas use, electricity use, energy
use, carbon emissions, water, or renewable energy use. Or, it might specify a drop-dead
reduction/improvement goal relative to its own previous performance. Or, it could propose a
benchmarked reduction/improvement goal relative to a government or 3rd party standard.
Examples:
• 75% percentile in CO2 emissions per square foot relative to other educational
institutions by 2020.
• B+ on Sustainable Campus report card.
• 25% reduction in energy use by 2012
The energy management plan developed by this team is driven entirely by a payback approach, with no set
energy targets or building-by-building strategy in mind. Measures with possible paybacks are identified and
ranked by anticipated return on investment.
A utility monitoring plan is also outlined, which will provide Wilfrid Laurier’s administration with the tools to be
able to evaluate the effectiveness of these measures, and to be able to accommodate future movement towards
a more goal-oriented energy management approach.
1.2
PROPOSED PLAN ELEMENTS
The Energy Management Plan outlined in this report consists of:
1. Goals Setting Recommendations
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Section 4 of this report establishes WLU’s current campus stationary energy use, and puts this
energy use in context relative to other campuses and to new buildings. It is recommended that
this performance be used as a benchmark to evaluate future actions and determine the efficacy
of the plan, and to set targets for future action.
2. Utility Monitoring Plan
Section 5 of this report recommends metering systems and locations to allow WLU to monitor
energy use and reduction on campus. This plan supports the evaluation of achievement of
energy reduction goals; provides feedback for staff and students to support behavioral changes
to reduce energy; allows more accurate department-by-department billings, and can be used as
a tool for use in an energy management measure.
3. Energy Management Opportunities Outline
Section 6 of this report outlines energy use reduction opportunities on campus, and ranks them
by anticipated payback (based on available data.) Implementation of any of these measures is
expected to directly reduce the energy use of the buildings they affect, provided that the
behavior of occupants and building use remain the same. Most measures affect more than one
building; where this is true, building by building payback estimates are provided. Appendix X
shows a full list of energy conservation measures.
4. Renewable Energy Opportunities Outline
Section 7 of this report outlines renewable energy opportunities and ranks them based on
anticipated payback. Measures are not limited to strict on-campus installations.
5. New Investment and New Construction Opportunities Guidelines
Section 8 of this report outlines how the need for sustainable retrofits can be avoided by
applying relevant guidelines and standards to all new purchases: of replacement equipment, of
larger retrofits and improvements, and of new construction projects.
6. Financial Incentives
Section 9 of this report identifies incentives available to WLU to assist with financing some of the
opportunities provided.
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2.0 UNIVERSITY PROFILE
Wilfrid Laurier University is home to a range of over eighty bachelors’, masters’ and doctoral programs.
The student population is about
13,500 people, with nearly 3,000
housed in university-operated
dormitories. The school operates
on a typical three-semester year,
where the majority of courses
and campus activities are offered
in the fall and spring semesters.
During the summer months, the
main campus offers its open
dorm rooms for rent, with the
majority of students taking the
summer months off.
Figure 1: Wilfrid Laurier Waterloo Campus Map
The university is home to
extensive
sports
and
recreation facilities including a newly renovated Olympic sized
swimming pool and two large outdoor sports fields. The science
building houses the majority of the university’s laboratory
facilities.
A list of WLU’s buildings and their sizes is provided in the
following table.
Figure 2: Aerial view of Main Campus
((PHOTO: GEDDY & ASSOCIATES)
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Table 1: Wilfrid Laurier Buildings and Floor Areas
Asset Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
32
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
45
46
47
48
49
Building Name
Arts Building (A Wing)
Arts Building (C Wing)
Arts Building (E Wing)
Dr. Alvin Woods Building
Fred Nichols Centre
Dining Hall/Paul Martin C.T.R.
Student Services
Theatre Auditorium
Library
Seminary
Athletic Complex
Alumni Hall
MacDonald House Residence
Willison Hall Residence (A & B) wing
Little House A Wing
Little House B Wing
Euler Residence
Leupold Residence
Toyota Solarium
Clara Conrad Residence A Wing
Clara Conrad Residence B Wing
Clara Conrad Residence C Wing
Clara Conrad Residence D Wing
Frank C. Peters Building
St. Michael's Campus
Northdale Campus
Schlegel Centre
Greenhouse
Bouckaert Hall Residence
Aird Building
232 King
202 Regina St.
209 Regina St.
Science Building
Science Research Building
Bricker Academic Building
50 University
266 Marsland
Bricker Residence
Lucinda House
Seagram House
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75 University Ave West
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75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
64 University Ave West
66 Hickory Street
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
232 King St. N
202 Regina St.
209 Regina St.
75 University Ave W
75 University Ave W
75 University Ave W
50 University Ave W
266 Marsland Dr
44 Bricker Street
157 Albert Street
79 Seagram Drive
Conditioned
2
Floor Area (m )
641
3,098
4,378
9,041
6,051
2,781
1,071
2,131
9,706
2,246
8,385
1,867
3,249
6,132
2,845
1,717
1,231
1,495
252
1,711
1,369
1,115
2,580
7,081
2,061
2,287
3,681
59
3,058
7,501
2,302
7,337
856
12,771
3,996
7,889
6,704
1,202
10,918
439
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51
53
54
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
67
68
69
55
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
85
90
91
92
93
94
96
97
98
205 Regina
195 Regina
University Stadium
81 Lodge
King Street Residence
12 Lodge
Career & Co-op Building
89 Seagram
65 Lodge
165 Albert
80 Seagram
83 Seagram
150-152 Albert
14 Lodge
95 Seagram
Waterloo College Hall
Heidelberg House
St. Clements House
Conestogo House
St. Jacobs House
St. Agatha House
183 Albert
187 Albert
181 Albert
Faculty of Social Work
Carnegie Hall
Grand River Hall
Old Post House
Wilkes House
Journalism House
Nipissing University
Odeon Theatre
Student Centre
TOTAL FLOOR SPACE
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205 Regina Street
195 Regina Street
81 Seagram Drive
81 Lodge Street
202 King Street N
12 Lodge Street
192 King Street N
89 Seagram Drive
65 Lodge Street
165 Albert Street
80 Seagram Drive
83 Seagram Drive
150-152 Albert Street
14 Lodge Street
95 Seagram Drive
88 Seagram Drive
190 Lester Street
188 Lester Street
205 Sunview Street
186 Sunview Street
172 Sunview Street
183 Albert Street
187 Albert Street
181 Albert Street
120 Duke Street
73 George Street
171 Colborne Street
41 George Street
119-121 Darling Street
111 Darling Street
67 Darling Street
50 Market Street
103 Darling Street
260
254
1,822
1,038
11,038
291
2,369
232
388
498
244
211
278
180
232
8,804
2,382
2,389
3,765
1,488
1,180
222
371
290
3,655
1,642
1,798
2,828
2,205
503
1,215
1,958
1,546
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3.0 ENERGY MANAGEMENT GOALS AND TARGETS
CRA and Cobalt recommend that WLU set goals and targets associated with energy management based on the
information provided in this plan. The following sections provide some context to assist with WLU’s discussion
of setting goals and targets.
3.1
CONTEXT: OTHER UNIVERSITY SUSTAINABILITY INITATIVES
The College Sustainability Report Card (http://www.greenreportcard.org) is the only independent evaluation of
campus sustainability activities at colleges and universities in the United States and Canada. The report card is
designed to identify campuses that are on the forefront and are leaders in sustainability. The colleges and
universities are evaluated on policies and practices in nine major categories including:
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Administration
Climate Change and Energy
Food & Recycling
Green Building
Student Involvement
Transportation
Endowment Transparency
Investment Priorities
Shareholder Engagement
Many of these categories are related to and can be affected by energy management; in particular,
administration, climate change and energy, green building, and student involvement.
The Climate Change and Energy category focuses on specific commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions
and recognizes the implementation of conservation campaigns as well as renewable energy investments made
by the college or university. Over half of the schools surveyed have made a carbon reduction commitment and
nearly half of the schools produce renewable energy on campus.
According to the report card, ninety-four institutions are considered Climate Change and Energy Leaders, with
some institutions committed to being carbon-neutral as early as 2010. Summaries of several of the leading
institutions in this category are provided below:
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Alleghany College, Meadville, PA
Allegheny plans to achieve carbon neutrality by 2020. A series of energy- and water-saving retrofits have yielded
a 9 percent reduction in the campus’s energy consumption. Geothermal heating and cooling systems operate in
two campus buildings and the college purchases 15 percent of its energy in the form of renewable energy
credits.
University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
UBC will be carbon neutral by the year 2010. ECOTrek, an eight-year energy and water infrastructure retrofit
project, saves the university over $3.3 million annually, and has reduced emissions to below 1990 levels. The
occupants of five UBC buildings are provided with their buildings' real-time energy statistics through a website.
Volunteer sustainability coordinators within departments advocate for responsible use of resources.
York University, Toronto, ON
In 2008, York University achieved a 15 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from 2006 levels. The
university has invested in an energy management program to meet its commitment of reducing emissions to 25
percent below 2006 levels by 2011. There are two cogeneration plants on campus, and HVAC retro-commissions
and lighting retrofits have been completed for energy efficiency.
University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
The University of Toronto has taken steps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, including a $20 million
retrofitting project in 2008. The university is also undergoing a series of lighting retrofits and installed a solar
thermal array heat recovery system at Warren Stevens Athletic Centre.
Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH
By 2030, Dartmouth aims to reduce emissions by 30 percent from 2005 levels. Following an audit of campus
energy use, the trustees allocated $12.5 million for efficiency projects. Dartmouth has retrofitted lighting,
upgraded electrical and steam meters, and continually surveys and maintains steam traps. Real-time energy
feedback is displayed in student dorms and campus buildings to encourage conservation. A cogeneration facility
generates heat for the campus, and there are geothermal heat pumps, a photovoltaic array, and a wood pellet
biomass boiler system.
WLU can apply to be included in the College Sustainability Report Card. The website has generated more than
350,000 visitors in the past two years and can provide benefits in the areas of admissions, campus operations,
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development, public relations and student engagement. The application fee is $700 and WLU would be required
to respond to surveys in the nine areas listed above. WLU can also use the Report Card as a resource to
determine what the top universities are doing in the nine areas of sustainability.
3.2
CONTEXT: GREEN HOUSE GASES
Energy management and greenhouse gas (GHG) management go hand-in-hand. When fossil fuels are burned to
produce energy (whether on-site or off-site through the purchase of electricity), GHGs are produced. Therefore,
energy management can not only reduce operating costs, but can also contribute to reductions in GHG
emissions.
On March 13, 2008, six university presidents in British Columbia signed a Climate Change Statement of Action for
Canada. They believe that Canadian universities and colleges have a unique opportunity to advance society
toward sustainability through teaching, research, demonstration, and accelerating societal solutions beyond
campus. Since the original signing, many other post-secondary presidents across Canada have become
signatories to the statement, committing their institutions to meet the climate change challenge.
3.3
SUGGESTED TARGETS
Based on the science, which highlights greenhouse gas use as the major challenge to tomorrow’s generation,
Cobalt would recommend that greenhouse gas emissions, rather than energy or cost, be targeted by WLU as a
key metric for evaluating the effectiveness of its energy management program.
From the perspective of the university’s stakeholders, energy cost is an important criterion for evaluating a
program’s success as well. This energy use is driven by the need to educate students in on-site buildings.
As a result of these two goals, we would recommend consideration of the following two target levels for WLU:
•
•
Net zero carbon emissions by 2030 (5%/year reduction)
A target 25% energy cost reduction by 2015, measured in $/SF.
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4.0 ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND COST
4.1
BASELINE CONSUMPTION AND COST DATA
The scope of this report is limited to energy use through natural gas and electricity consumption by universityowned buildings. Fuel consumption directly financed by WLU with sustainability implications that is not included
is fuel consumed by the university’s fleet of vehicles.
Energy uses indirectly associated with the campus include student and staff commuting and domestic energy use
by students living off campus. Direct costs of these uses are outside of the scope of this report.
Wilfrid Laurier University has full natural gas billing information from mid-2006 to mid-2009, and full electricity
billing data from mid-2006 to mid-2009. Data for electricity and gas usage come from monthly reconciliation
reports provided by the utilities.
4.2
CURRENT AND FORECASTED CONSUMPTION AND COST
The first step towards creating an energy management plan is to understand the current rate of energy
consumption, including how energy is consumed and for what purpose, as well as the forecasting future
consumption and the increase in energy prices.
WLU’s two energy sources consist of natural gas and electricity. Natural gas is primarily used for heating
purposes and electricity is used for virtually everything else. Subsequent sections of this report will look at how
each energy source is used and for what purpose.
The current energy use breakdown and total energy used annually is shown below in terms of percentage of
total energy use and percentage of total cost.
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Figure 3: Energy Breakdown by GigaJoules (GJ) (2006 -2009)
Figure 4: Energy Breakdown by Cost (2006 -2009)
Figure 3 is a breakdown of the two energy sources by consumption and the total annual energy consumption in
gigajoules. As shown in this figure, the amount of energy provided by both electricity and natural gas are
relatively close, with a 2% difference between the two sources. Figure 4 shows that the cost of using electricity
is roughly twice the cost of using natural gas.
Electricity Consumption Trends
Figure 5 depict WLU’s annual electricity consumption trends from May 2006 to May 2009, as well as the average
over the four years.
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Figure 5: Annual Electricity Usage
Typically, peaks in electricity consumption are expected during the summer season where cooling loads are at
their highest. In the case of the WLU campuses, the electricity consumption peaks between February and April
and begins to decline in May, remaining lower than normal through June and July. The most probable
explanation for this summertime reduction in electricity consumption is the decrease in population, and
therefore the decrease in lighting and electric plug loads (i.e. computers, electrical equipment). Cooling during
this period is typically minimal, usually dependant on internal loads, but with the decrease of students and staff,
cooling load is anticipated to be very low. Interestingly, electricity usage during the winter months for 2006 to
2009 is relatively constant from one year to the next, whereas electricity usage during the fall months for the
same period of time differs from one year to the next. The exact cause of fluctuation is unknown but it is likely
due to weather conditions.
2
Figure 6 is a summary of ambient air temperatures in September for 2006, 2007, and 2008 in Waterloo . 2007 has
a number of days above 25 degrees Celcius, which may cause some or all of the HVAC systems to switch into
cooling mode. Conversely, in 2006 the temperatures stayed below 22 degrees Celcius, which means that the
system should not have switched into cooling mode at all.
2
Waterloo, W. H.-U. (n.d.). Data Archives. Retrieved from UW Weather Station:
http://www.weather.uwaterloo.ca/data.html#archive
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Figure 6: Ambient Air Temperatures for September
Natural Gas Consumption Trends
Figure 7: Annual Natural Gas Consumption Trends
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As shown in Figure 7, natural gas usage trends are more constant from year to year than electricity use,
consistently peaking during February and March, and dropping during the summer months. This graph confirms
the assumption that very little cooling is required in May, as natural gas is used during this period.
Energy Cost Trends
Figure 8: Current and Projected Electricity Costs
With the current electricity and gas trends known, cost projections for both energy sources can be made based
on a projected rise in energy cost and an inflation rate of 2% applied from the beginning of July 20113.
According to a 10-year outlook report published by the Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO)
3
Bank of Canada. (n.d.). Press Releases - Publications and Research. Retrieved from Bank of Canada:
http://www.bank-banque-canada.ca/en/fixed-dates/2009/rate_100909.html
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and based on historical regulated price plan prices published by the Ontario Energy Board4, it is estimated that
electricty prices will increase with demand, currently estimated at 1.1% annually5. Based on this data, a
projected cost of electricty was generated, which has been summarized in Figure 8
Based on these projections, average monthly electricty costs will be close to $291,000, up from the current
average of $234,800, a 24% increase over a span of 10 years.
Projections for the price of natural gas are based on National Resources Canada’s consensus forecast for the
Intra-Alberta market, which is currently forcasted at an increase of 4% annually6. Based on NRCan’s forecast, a
projected cost for Natural Gas was generatedand is shown in Figure 9.
Figure 9: Current and Projected Gas Cost
4
Ontario Energy Board. (2009, August 12). Electricity Prices in Ontario. Retrieved from Ontario Energy Board:
http://www.oeb.gov.on.ca/OEB/For+Consumers/Understanding+Your+Bill+Rates+and+Prices/
Electricity+Prices+in+Ontario
5
IESO. (2005). An Assessment of the Adequacy of. IESO.
6
National Resources Canada. (2008). Canadian Natural Gas - Review of 2007/08 & Outlook to 2020. Petroleum Resources
Branch - Energy Sector
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Based on these projections, average monthly natural gas costs will be $140,500, up from the current average of
$103,500, a 60% increase over 10 years.
These forecasted energy consumption rates assume that energy usage remains fixed at current levels (meaning
no increase in population and/or equipment) and that all building systems are maintained at current operating
levels.
4.3
UTILITY RATE STRUCTURES
Wilfrid Laurier University is part of a natural gas buying co-operative comprised of a group of universities which
buy large quantities of gas bulk, thus allowing access to natural gas price rates closer to the ones available to
large industrial companies. Rates are calculated based on the GJ of natural gas consumed as well as a shipping
charge. Currently, WLU has natural gas purchased up to 2012 and typically purchases a projected amount for
future years on a regular basis. Based on this fact, and the historical purchase price WLU has paid for natural
gas, a running rate of $10.21/GJ ($0.38/m3) will be used to calculate the paybacks of energy management
opportunities which reduce the use of natural gas.
As for electricity, WLU’s main provider is Waterloo North Hydro, which has a rate structure based on the amount
of energy consumed (kWh) as well as a delivery charge based on load (i.e. how much kW is drawn). As with
natural gas, WLU purchases electricity ahead of time and the cost of electricity is dictated by the regulated price
plan. This plan applies to the first 250,000 kWh of electricity consumed, with the balance either purchased
ahead of time or contracted. The latest estimated contracted load is about 18% of the total electrical energy
consumed; therefore it can be assumed that WLU’s electrical energy cost shown will remain relatively stable
with little exposure to market fluctuations. Based on this fact, and the historical purchase price WLU has paid
for electricity, a running rate of $0.091 will be used to calculate the paybacks of energy management
opportunities that reduce the use of electricity.
4.4
ENERGY END USE TRENDS
The next step to understanding the current state of energy use is to understand the various ways that energy is
being utilized, or in other words, an end use balance. By examining and identifying how energy is being utilized,
WLU can begin looking into the factors affecting energy consumption and create an energy management plan
that focuses on reducing or minimizing the largest consumer’s identified as the ‘low hanging fruit’.
WLU currently does most of its utility spending on electricity. Based on the assessment of equipment and
fixtures installed on campus as well as monthly energy billing data provided by WLU, the electricity consumption
was broken down by end use, as shown in Figure 10.
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Figure 10: Electricity Use Breakdown
Natural gas is typically used for two purposes, namely space heating and domestic hot water. In order to isolate
the amount of natural gas used to heat domestic hot water, September’s natural gas usage was isolated for 2006
to 2009, as space heating is generally negligible during this period. Based on this data, the percentage of natural
gas used for DHW and space heating was determined, as shown in Figure 11.
Total Natural Gas Used (m³) = 3,678,539
Figure 11: Natural Gas Usage Breakdown
Based on the data, DHW was found to be approximately one quarter of the total natural gas consumed, which is
slightly high for a heating dominated Southern Ontario climate. The most probable explanation for this is that
natural gas consumed for DHW purposes also includes heating of WLU’s Sports Pool.
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An end use breakdown for overall energy consumption (including both natural gas and electricity) in terms of
kWh as well as cost is shown in Figure 12 and Figure 13 respectively.
Figure 12: Total Energy End Use Breakdown
Figure 13: Total Energy Cost Breakdown
Similar to the pattern seen in the electricity end use breakdown, lights and air handling energy costs represent
the larger costs, behind only space heating. That being said, the three most critical areas where small
improvements can make a large impact will be minimizing the amount of heating required, reducing lighting
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loads and reducing AHU power loads. The next set of areas to focus on include reducing plug loads, roof top unit
loads and chiller loads.
4.5
BENCHMARKING
Energy consumption indices provide a means to evaluate the annual energy consumption and costs of a building
compared to other buildings of similar use. Three indices were calculated for WLU, including Energy Use Index
(EUI), Electricity Use Index, and Energy Cost Index (ECI). These indices express the total energy, electricity, and
cost intensity per square foot of total floor space. In addition, the energy intensity was calculated based on fulltime enrollment to compare with the Provincial and National averages.
Due to the lack of building-by-building energy monitoring data on the main campus – and due to similar
aggregation in other university’s energy use data at this time - it is difficult to provide building-by-building energy
use benchmarks for WLU.
On a whole-campus level, however, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories, a highly reputable North American
building science research centre, has published a pilot benchmarking tool allowing WLU’s energy use to be
compared to other universities in similar
Looking only at
climate regions7.
universities in WLU’s climate zone (Zone 1)
as seen in Figure 14, the median site energy
use index for a typical university is 601
ekWh/m²-yr, with a range of 264 to 607
ekWh/m²-yr. The median electricity use
index was 117 kWh/m²-yr with a range of
115 to 195 kWh/m²-yr. The median energy
use for heating, cooling, and DWH was 325
eKWh/m2/year.
If universities in Climate Zone 2 (which
includes climates like Chicago, Il.) are
included to permit comparison to a larger
number of data points, the median energy
use increases to 498 ekWh/m²-yr, making
Laurier’s buildings on average 46% better
than the median for the larger group.
Zone 1 is less than 2,000 CDD and greater than 7,000 HDD.
Zone 2 is less than 2,000 CDD and 5,500 – 7,000 HDD.
Zone 3 is less than 2,000 CDD and 4,000 – 5,499 HDD.
Zone 4 is less than 2,000 CDD and less than 4,000 HDD.
Zone 5 is 2,000 CDD or more and less than 4,000 HDD.
Figure 14: LBNL Energy IQ Climate Zone Map
Table 2: Electricity Use: Percentiles in CBECS (LBNL) Data Set and WLU's position.
Percentile
5
25
7
Value
115.41
115.41
http://energybenchmarking.lbl.gov/EnergyIQ.html
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50
75
WLU
95
117.1
138.67
140
195.5
Table 3: Energy Use: Percentiles in CBECS (LBNL) Data Set and WLU's position (Climate Zones 1 & 2)
Percentile
5
25
WLU:
50
75
95
Value
263.9
296.2
262
326.3
603.7
607.6
The buildings at Wilfrid Laurier, which, in aggregate, have an Energy Use Index 262 ekWh/m²/year, are shown
below compared to the ASHRAE/DOE Benchmarking Data (2007 ASHRAE Handbook – HVAC Applications) for
universities and colleges. WLU appears in the 25th-50th percentile for EUI, and significantly below the mean
EUI; in other words, WLU has better than average performance in terms of energy consumption by floor space.
Figures 15 and 16 show WLU’s Energy Use Index and Electricity Use Index, as compared to the ASHRAE data set.
Energy Benchmarking
262
WLU
Mean
385
Percentiles
90th
678
75th
561
50th
341
25th
211
10th
44
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
Energy Use Index (ekWh/gsm/yr)
Figure 15: Wilfrid Laurier University Energy Use Index Benchmarking
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Electricity Use Index
140
WLU
Mean
191
455
Percentiles
90th
75th
258
161
50th
113
25th
44
10th
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
Electricity Use Index (kWh/gsm/yr)
Figure 16: Wilfrid Laurier University Electricity Use Index Benchmarking
WLU falls between just below 50th percentile for Electricity Use Index, and is also below the mean, which also
indicates that electricity consumption relative to floor space is about average for similar building types.
Natural Resources Canada also has energy benchmarking data sets available for colleges and universities. The
following figures show WLU’s performance relative to the provincial and national averages for energy
consumption relative to floor space and energy consumption relative to full-time enrollment.
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Energy Intensity
262
Percentiles
WLU
Ontario Average
373
National Average
321
0
50
100
150
200
250
300
350
400
Energy Intensity (ekWh/gsm/yr)
Figure 17: Wilfrid Laurier University Energy Intensity Benchmarking (ekWh/gsm/yr)
Energy Intensity
Percentiles
WLU
4773.7
3044
Ontario Average
National Average
3551
0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
Energy Intensity (ekWh/yr per FTE)
Figure 18: Wilfrid Laurier University Energy Intensity Benchmarking (kWh/yr/FTE)
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As shown in these charts, the area where WLU falls short is energy consumption relative to full-time enrollment.
Despite the unavailability of significant university-specific data sets, benchmarking tools are becoming more
popular and should become more readily available as time goes on. Current tools which may be useful for
benchmarking individual buildings (when the metering data becomes available) include:
Energy Star for Buildings: Target Finder (new buildings)
This database is currently limited to US buildings only, and currently supports only a few space use types of
interest to WLU. However, the reach and breadth of this program, and its usefulness, are likely to increase.8
The sample targets below are the minimum threshold performances to be considered an “Energy Star Building”,
but the calculator can also take existing utility bills for any building and report on the percentile in which the
building ranks in terms of energy use.
Table 4: Energy Star Sample Energy Targets
(Calculated for sample 100,000ft² buildings located in Flint, MI.)
Space Use
Office
High School w/ Cafeteria
High School, no Cafeteria
Residence hall / Dormitory
House of Worship
Energy Star 75% Sample Target
Site Energy Use (kWh/m2/year)
240
186
145
249
123
ASHRAE Building EQ Program
The American Society for Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
Engineers has designed and is piloting a building labelling program
Building EQ, which will take two expressions of energy use into
account: “As Designed” and “In Operation.” The As Designed rating will
provide an assessment of the building based on the components and
characteristics specified in the design, including mechanical systems,
building envelope, orientation and day-lighting. This asset rating will be
on the results of a building energy model. The In Operation rating can
applied to buildings with at least 12 months of operating data. The
operational measurement will provide information about the measured
energy use of a building and is based on a combination of the structure
building and how it is operated. Unless required by law in a local
jurisdiction, the building owner can decide when and
how to share the information obtained.
8
called
based
be
of the
Figure 19: Building Energy
Quotient
http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?fuseaction=target_finder
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5.0 UTILITIES MONITORING PLAN
For Wilfrid Laurier to provide value to stakeholders through investment in a utility monitoring system, the
system should be as functional and as robust as possible. Objectives that should be pursued, and which should
be within the capabilities of a utility monitoring system to deliver are to:
•
Accurately predict future energy bills
•
Verify savings from energy retrofits
•
Motivate staff and students to manage energy costs
•
Set energy cost savings goals
•
Prioritize sites for energy retrofits
•
Promptly Identify and troubleshoot unusual consumption increases
•
Find billing errors
•
Profitably manage electrical peak loads campus-wide
•
Budget more accurately
This functionality should be provided through a combined investment in:
1. Utility Monitoring Equipment
2. A Utility Management Solution, consisting of:
a. Commercial Energy Accounting Software, or
b. Energy Accounting as a Service
5.1
UTILITY MANAGEMENT SOLUTION
In order to gain any significant value from installed utility metering equipment, a facility of WLU’s size has two
options: purchase an energy accounting software package (or suite of packages) from a vendor to meet the
functionality objectives of the monitoring program, or contract with a 3rd party to provide energy accounting as a
service. In the first case, WLU gets more control over how the suite of programs is used, but would have to
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provide permanent staff or assign man-hours to generate and review energy reporting. Energy monitoring as a
service has the benefit of outsourcing labour and analysis work, but comes with higher monthly cost. The cost to
get minimum objectives met may be higher in the second case. A solution situated between these two options
is an externally hosted and maintained software solution with a web interface. With products of this kind, the
maintenance of the software is outsourced, while the monitoring tasks remain in-house. A variety of vendors in
the Canadian market are offering solutions that span all three of these options.
In either situation, a WLU staff member or external service must be available to interpret the results of the utility
monitoring system so that the maximum possible paybacks will be realized.
With non-utility grade monitoring and the existing Siemens campus-wide BAS system, WLU should expect the
following functionality from either a locally installed or externally hosted energy accounting software:
• Centralized Data Logging
•
Data Reporting (automatic, customized monthly report generation)
•
Verification of Monthly Bills (could be done in an external spreadsheet or software.)
•
Non-utility grade Sub-Metering Reports (automatic monthly report generation)
•
Instantaneous Data Monitoring & Display (individual buildings and aggregate)
•
Electrical Load Shedding
•
Early Detection and Troubleshooting of Problems (immediate notification if monitored systems deviate
from usual patterns.)
This report does not advocate the selection of any particular systems examined below; rather, this market
survey is intended to demonstrate the availability of a variety of products on the market which could meet the
objectives outlined above.
Table 5: Market Survey of Energy Accounting Service Capabilities
FEATURE
Solution 1
Company: Intellimeter
Service Delivery Method
Software / Hosted /
Energy Accounting
as a Service
Solution 2
Siemens
Software
Solution
Centralized Data Logging
Data Reporting (automatic,
YES
YES
YES
YES
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Solution 3
Powersmiths
Software /
Hosted /
Energy
Accounting as
a Service
YES
YES
Solution 4
Energy ICT
Hosted
Solution /
Energy
Accounting as
a Service
YES
YES
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customized monthly report
generation)
Verification of Monthly Bills
(could be done in an
external spreadsheet or
software.)
Non-utility grade SubMetering Reports (automatic
monthly report generation)
Instantaneous Data
Monitoring & Display
(individual buildings and
aggregate)
Electrical Load Shedding
Early Detection and
Troubleshooting of Problems
(immediate notification if
monitored systems deviate
from usual patterns.)
Web-Based Educational
Software for Awareness
Campaigns
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
CUSTOM
SOLUTIONS
AVAILABLE
YES
CUSTOM
SOLUTIONS
AVAILABLE
YES
NO
YES
YES
MUST BE CUSTOM
BUILT
MUST BE
CUSTOM
BUILT
YES
MUST BE
CUSTOM
BUILT
The first cost of the software, software/hardware, or hosted systems solutions will vary widely. Sample costs
have been assembled below for reference.
Table 6: Sample Utility Monitoring Solution Costs
System Component
Physical Server on Campus
Software
Setup and Training
Monthly Costs:
TOTAL FIRST YEAR:
TOTAL ONGOING YEARLY COST:
5.2
Solution A (On-Site)
$ 58,000
Included
$ 27,000
$$ 85,000
$ -
Solution B (Hosted)
$$$ 17,000
$ 10/point
$ 17,000
$ 28,860
ENERGY METERING SYSTEMS
The following minimum metering capabilities (at a non-utility grade) are recommended for WLU to install at each
building in its portfolio:
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•
•
•
•
Electrical - current transformers and local meters will provide measurement and monitoring of
voltage, current, frequency, total instantaneous electrical demand; electrical use; power factor,
optional extra monitoring points include Distortion (THD & DIN), Crest and K-Factor. Total
Demand, Efficiency and voltage/current Waveforms.
Natural Gas – typically pulse-based metering will provide data on flow rate only.
Thermal Energy - thermal energy meters will provide building by building measurement and
monitoring of incoming and outgoing heating or cooling water flow rates, incoming and
outgoing temperature, and thermal energy.
Water – typically pulse-based metering will provide data on flow rate only.
All meters should have the capability of storing at least 1 week of data on-board in case of communications
interruption from the central system. Each building can be connected back to the central data collection
software via:
• Existing Communications Infrastructure – using CAT 5 Ethernet type data link, data can be
collected from each meter, transmitted via secure intranet connection to central system. This
would require running new Ethernet cable in each building to the water entry, natural gas
entry, and main power distribution board in each building.
• Wireless Connection – using transmitters that are either line-of-site limited, or distance and
building-density limited (so large buildings or heavy concrete between the wireless antenna and
the nearest repeater would interfere in data transmission.) (Costs: $1000 per point plus $5000
central server.)
• Controls Infrastructure – depending on the metering communications protocol chosen, the
meters could communicate via existing Siemens BMS infrastructure.
• Dedicated Data connection – where reliable or nearby intranet connection is not available, a
dedicated phone line for each meter, or for all meters in the building, could be used. (This
might be required for individual off-campus properties.)
Depending on the product offering of the metering company in question, the components of the metering
solutions described above may be provided fully integrated, or combinations of products may be required to
achieve the functionality described above. In particular, it is common for companies to provide pulse-recorders /
meters which collect consumption data from 4, 8 or 16 energy meters, and provide remote logging and
communication for multiple energy meters in a building. These solutions will be appropriate where water,
natural gas and electricity meters are located close enough to each other to be cost-effectively hard wired to
each other.
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Using recorders with extra channels is especially advisable in non-residence buildings over 5,000m2, since this
provides the ability to return and add lower cost sub-metering to particular electrical panels, to independently
evaluate and monitor the energy use of lights, equipment, or of particular building occupants.
Note that although utility monitoring is a non-essential data service, security and reliability of this system will be
enhanced by selecting a vendor who uses a secure, encrypted data transmission protocol over wireless
networks.
5.2.1
COSTS
All of the cost estimates and ensuing payback estimates in this section and the following section constitute only
our estimates of the probable costs of these measures, and are highly dependent on the market conditions at
the time of quotations. In the next section, estimated savings are provided to allow actual quotations for work
to be evaluated relative to the benefit they could provide the university.
The following table provides sample costs for a variety of different whole building metering solutions (based on
a single vendor, with higher-end costs.) The cost of the central wireless hub is assumed to be split up over an
initial installation of 25 buildings. As shown below, wireless systems seem quite cost competitive with wired
solutions. Given the lowered installation logistical impact (since the wireless transmitter need only be located at
any exterior wall, and no interface with existing communications infrastructure is required) it seems wireless
would be a viable technology choice for the main campus.
Table 7: Opinion of Probable Cost of Whole Building Energy Metering Installation
(Electricity, Water, Natural Gas)
Whole Building Metering Type
Separate Meters with local data storage for Natural Gas, Electricity, and Water;
installation; 150ft of communications cable to local intranet.
Separate CTs and pulse meters for each of natural gas, electricity and water; central
‘data server’; installation; 50 ft of communication cable to data server from each
meter; 150 ft of data cable to local intranet.
Separate Meters with local data storage for Natural Gas, Electricity, and Water;
installation; Wireless connections for each meter.
Separate CTs and pulse meters for each of natural gas, electricity and water; central
‘data server’; installation; Wireless connections from central data server.
Cost
$10,200
$10,400
$10,200
$10,600
The buildings using the most energy are predominantly on 3-phase service, which means three current
transformers are required to monitor electricity use accurately. In addition, the monitoring capabilities
recommended for electrical meters are more robust. As a result, Table 8 shows that the predicted cost to
monitor only electricity in a given building is anticipated to be at least half of the total cost of utility monitoring.
All figures include the probable installation costs.
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Table 8: Opinion of Probable Cost of Whole Building Electricity Metering Installation
Electrical Metering Type
Separate Meters with local data storage for each utility; 150ft of communications cable
to local intranet.
Separate CTs and pulse meters for each utility; central ‘data server’ for building;
installation; 50 ft of communication cable to data server from each CT; 150 ft of data
cable to local intranet.
Separate meters with local data storage for each utility; wireless connection.
Separate CTs and pulse meters for each utility; central ‘data server’ for building;
installation; 50 ft of communication cable to data server from each CT; wireless
connection.
Cost
$ 5,100
$ 7,600
$ 5,300
$ 7,700
Smaller metering systems for buildings with 220 single phase service will cost significantly less.
5.3
INSTALLATION PLAN
Currently, WLU has access to monthly energy bills for all buildings of the main campus, and
currently the main campus accounts for 72% of the electrical energy use for the university, and 63%
of natural gas use. Since electricity is more poorly monitored and has a higher cost, we recommend
that phase 1 concentrate on electricity meters for the main campus.
The highest priority buildings are those with the largest footprints and those which house cooling
equipment. Metering only buildings on the list below would allow the majority of large chillers,
48% of the total maximum rated occupancy of the campus, 30% of the total square footage of the
university owned properties, and over half the total square footage of the main campus to be
metered.
Table 9: Phase 1 - Highest Priority Buildings for Electricity Meter Installation
Building
Number
3
Building Name
Arts E Wing
4
Dr. Alvin Woods Building
5
Fred Nichols Campus Centre
6
Dining Hall
9
Library
11
Athletic Complex
24
Frank Peters Building
37
Aird Building
41
Science Building
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Bricker Academic Building
47
Bricker Residence
ESTIMATED ELECTRICTY COST: $1,347,000
ESTIMATED INSTALLED COST: $140,000
By square footage, the estimated total yearly metered electricity cost for these buildings is
$1,347,000/year.9 Assuming the first cost of the software and monitoring is included in this phase,
and assuming a 2% net energy savings resulted, through meeting a combination of the objectives
described in the previous section, the total anticipated system payback would be 5-6 years.
The next highest priority buildings include all residences which are not currently metered, so that
accurate costs for operation of these buildings can be used in determining residence fees, and so
that residence energy use awareness campaigns can be launched using accurate and up-to-date
information. Assuming an energy density for these buildings of, on average, 5600 ekWh/student10,
the approximate total metered energy cost from this measure will be $512,000. Assuming a net
energy savings of 3-5% can be achieved through a combination of energy use awareness work and
other measures, the payback for metering these buildings would be 2-5 years.
Table 10: Phase 2 – High Priority Buildings for Electricity Meter Installation
Building
Number
Building Name
Student
Population
111
14
MacDonald House
Willison Hall – A & B
Wing
15
Little House – A Wing
81
16
Little House – B Wing
81
17
36
18
WD Euler Residence
Ulrich Leupold
Residence
20
Clara Conrad – A Wing
68
13
248
44
9
This estimate generated by multiplying the total electricity use for WLU main campus for an average year (from data
provided for years 2006-2009), 21,071,516kWh, by the total floor area of the buildings named, 79,363m², divided by the
total floor area of all WLU buildings behind the main campus meter, 111,708m², by $0.09/kWh net cost.
10
The current average in fully metered residences (Blgs 45, 50, 51, 58, 64, 66, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 92) is
6200 EkWh; the calculations above were calculated using 5600 EkWh, which includes a 10% safety factor.
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Clara Conrad – B Wing
68
22
Clara Conrad – C Wing
68
23
Clara Conrad – D Wing
68
36
Bouckaert Hall
143
1016
TOTAL:
ESTIMATED ELECTRICTY COST: $512,000
ESTIMATED INSTALL COST: $70,000 (69$/student)
The remaining buildings on campus which lack in electrical metering are presented in the following table.
Assuming a 2% decrease in electricity use as a result of meter installation, and basing electricity use estimates on
percentage of total campus square footage, a payback of 8-11 years is be expected for metering of these
buildings.
Table 11: Phase 3 - Medium Priority Buildings For Electricity Meter Installation
Building
Number
1
Building Name
Arts A Wing
2
Arts C Wing
7
Student Services
8
Theatre Auditorium
12
Alumni Hall
19
Toyota Solarium
32
Schlegel Centre
42
Science Research Centre
60
Career & Co-op Building
ESTIMATED ELECTRICTY COST: $297,000
ESTIMATED INSTALL COST: $65,000
Gas use and water use are lower cost items and more adequately metered on campus, and as a result are
recommended as a secondary priority for the utility monitoring plan implementation. The following list includes
14 gas services to 20 building heating, cooling and domestic hot water systems, which together use 80% (or
about $1,176,750/year) of the total campus natural gas, and as a result, provide the highest likelihood of return
on investment through monitoring. Assuming a 1% improvement on natural gas use efficacy due to this
metering, the simple payback for the installation of metering would be 4 years.
Table 12: Phase 4 - High Priority Buildings For Gas Meter Installation
Building
4/5/3
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Building Name
Woods/FNC/Arts E
Gas Use:
19%
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8/37
41
11
66
58
42
Theatre Aud./Aird
11%
10 Bricker Sci. Bldg.
10%
A.C. (170 Albert)
7%
88 Seagram
5%
200 King Residence
4%
22 Bricker Sc.
4%
Research
20/21/22/23
20 - 23 Conrad
4%
43
34 Bricker Academic
3%
14
SUB/Willison
3%
47
44 Bricker Res.
3%
10
Seminary
2%
53
81 Seagram (Stadium)
2%
26
66 Hickory (Northdale)
2%
ESTIMATED YEARLY GAS COST: $1,176,750
ESTIMATED METER INSTALLATION COST: $39,000
Water and sewage utility charges are the lowest total cost utility for the university, with a total predicted total
yearly use of 199,104 m³, and a predicted yearly cost of about $569,43711. By metering only 17 buildings, over
88% of the average yearly water use can be verified. Assuming a 1% reduction in water use can be realized due
to the metering, this would result in about a 9 year payback for the metering effort.
Table 13: Phase 5 - High Priority Buildings For Water Meter Installation
Building:
47
2,3,4,5
11
8,13,15,16
66
20,21,22,23
6
14
45
41
58
36
12,17,18
24
37
25
9
11
Building Name(s):
Water Use:
Bricker Residence
12%
Alvin Woods, Nichols
11%
Athletics Complex
8%
Theatre Aud., Residences
7%
Waterloo College Hall
7%
Clara Conrad Residences
6%
Dining Hall/Paul Martin C.T.R.
6%
Willison Hall
6%
50 University
4%
Science Building
4%
King St Residence
4%
Bouckaert Hall
3%
Residences
2%
Frank Peters Building
2%
Aird Building
2%
St. Michael's Campus
2%
Library
2%
ESTIMATED YEARLY WATER COST: $501,104
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ESTIMATED METER INSTALLATION COST: $43,500
5.4
UTILITY MONITORING IMPLEMENTATION
Based on the information provided above, most metering efforts have potential paybacks of 10 years or less, and
provide other significant energy management benefits. Overall, academic buildings use most natural gas and
electricity, whereas residences are the top water consumers. A minority of the total buildings are responsible
for the majority of resource use across all utilities.
Thus, depending on the financial availability and competences of the available contractors, two alternate work
phasing plans are recommended:
Table 14: Utility-by-Utility Phasing
Phase:
1 (electricity metering)
1 and 2 (electricity metering)
1, 2, and 3 (electricity metering)
1, 2, 3, and 4 (electricity and gas metering)
1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 (electricity, gas and water metering)
Cost:
$ 140,000
$ 210,000
$ 275,000
$ 314,600
$ 357,500
Payback:
5-6
4-5
5-6
5-6
5-6
As shown in the utility meter cost section, however, there is the possibility that, for the technology chosen,
installing all meters in a building at the same time will yield installation cost savings and result in only a marginal
installation cost premium over only installing an electrical meter. An alternate building-by-building staging plan
can be derived from the information shown above. Although paybacks are slightly longer, all utilities are
monitored for each building in question, avoiding multiple trips to each building and creating uniformity of
coverage. Adding full metering to each building will also yield benefits in system recommissioning, and in
proving energy savings from retrofits when claiming energy incentives.
Proceeding under the building-by-building model has a higher total cost than the utility-by-utility phasing since
approximately 90 utility services (gas, water and electricity) are monitored, versus a total of 62 utilities for the
other phasing; by always installing together (and economizing on a single wireless connection, single installation
trip, etc.) it is estimated there would be a probable savings in the range of $500/metered point.
Gas, electricity and water monitoring points are installed for each building listed in the phase:
Table 15: Building-by-Building Phasing
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Phasing:
A
B
C
A and B simultaneously
A, B, and C simultaneously
Buildings:
3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 11, 24, 37, 41, 43, 47
13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 32, 36, 42, 45, 58
1, 2, 7, 8, 10, 12, 19, 25, 26, 53, 60
Cost:
$ 186,800
$ 147,600
$ 112,000
$ 334,000
$ 446,600
Payback:
5-6
6-7
14-15
6-7
6-7
Due to the high potential savings possible by metering a small number of high-energy use building services, the
initial purchase of energy monitoring software infrastructure can be able to be included with comfort in the first
phase of the monitoring program.
A list of 33 buildings which are monitoring priorities has been compiled and presented, along with two possible
approaches to energy monitoring installation. It is recommended that at minimum either Phase 1 or Phase A be
implemented in 2010, and that other phases be implemented as soon as practical.
Following the implementation of all phases listed above, the actual paybacks attributable to the system can be
more accurately described, and this plan can be updated to include an implementation schedule for monitoring
for the remaining 42 WLU buildings.
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6.0 ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN
The objective of the previous sections was primarily to identify the energy use patterns and the largest energy
end users. This section will discuss plans to address areas where energy consumption can be improved by
reducing demand or using the energy more efficiently.
6.1
MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN
6.1.1
BUILDING SYSTEMS DOCUMENTATION
Documentation of building systems and operating conditions is recommended as a first step in improving
building function and energy efficiency. According to LEED 2009 – Operations & Maintenance, Energy Efficiency
Best Management Practices, planning, documentation and opportunity assessment, is the first prerequisite to
certification and the first step to an energy efficient campus.
The intention of the documentation is to promote energy efficiency by ensuring information is available for
creating and maintaining operating strategies and performing system analysis. Documentation should include
comprehensive descriptions of building operating practices and procedures, major systems including their design
features, components, set points, operational sequences and preventative maintenance practices.
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Table 16: Sample of Building Operating Plan
Source: 2009 - LEED Reference Guide for Green Building Operations & Maintenance, EAp1, Table 1
6.1.2
RECOMMISSIONING
Recommissioning is a collaborative process that adopts a holistic, systematic approach to the issues of how and
why a building’s systems are operated and maintained, and identifies ways to improve the overall building
performance. Recommissioning is a process, rather than a set of prescriptive measures, that focuses on
addressing entire building performance, rather than on its individual components, and is adapted to meet the
needs and requirements of each individual building owner.
Recommissioning can benefit WLU in the following ways:
•
•
•
•
Improving thermal comfort
Improving environmental control
Improving indoor air quality
Optimizing plant operation
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•
•
•
•
Enhancing property value
Reducing energy consumption (by optimising equipment operation and control sequences, energy
consumption will be reduced by an average of between 5% to 15%)
Reducing repair and maintenance costs
Reducing building carbon footprint (by optimizing plant control the green house gas emissions will be
reduced)
Reducing future liability
A simple example of the potential benefits of re-commissioning a building can be seen through the following
example of a rooftop unit, which was designed to use, on average, 21% outside air. Depending on the
commissioning, the unit may use more or less air. The energy consequences are shown in the Figure below:
Energy Costs at Differing RTU Minimum Outside Air Settings
$120,000
$99,315
$100,000
Annual Cost ($)
$80,820
$80,000
$61,349
$60,000
$46,488
$40,000
$20,000
$0
21% (Design)
30%
40%
50%
% OA During Occupied Hours
Figure 20: Sample impact of un-commissioned systems on energy costs.
The recommissioning effort for the campus should include the observation of the various building systems’
conditions, operating strategies, and practices for the purpose of finding and implementing low cost/no cost
operational improvements. Investigation should include the functional testing of individual pieces of equipment
(on an as needed basis), as well as overall systems integration and interaction testing, but not include
implementing capital improvements. However, WLU can specify that in the course of an investigation, if any
energy efficiency capital improvements are thought to be effective should be offered as recommendations. An
investigation will also bring WLU’s attention to any problems that might jeopardize the building’s indoor
environmental quality. Recommissioning is also a prerequisite as well as an additional credit in LEED
certification, which should be considered for the campus in part or building by building.
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Systems that WLU should consider recommissioning include:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
6.1.3
Refrigeration systems
Heating systems
Steam systems
Air handling systems
Energy recovery system
HVAC controls systems
Plumbing systems
Life safety systems including fire alarm system, standpipe and sprinkler systems, fire pump and
controller, and all piping and ancillary hardware
Electrical systems consisting of substation transformers, switchboards, motor control centers, power &
lighting panel boards, lighting fixtures, lighting controls, and connections to equipment
Emergency power supply systems
Security systems consisting of access control and alarm monitoring
ASPECTS OF RECOMMISSIONING
Scope of Analysis
Savings i d e n t i f i e d t h r o u g h r e c o m m i s s i o n i n g are realized through the systematic evaluation of
building systems and implementation of low-cost/no-cost measures targeted to reduce demand and energy.
The scope and complexity of the analysis associated with identifying savings opportunities will vary depending
on the building size, use, and type of equipment. Because the objective of a recommissioning program is to
achieve the highest level of demand and energy savings possible at the lowest possible implementation cost,
the primary focus of the retro-commissioning effort is the principal electric energy consuming equipment in
the facilities.
Data Collection
Data representative of actual operating status is necessary both to provide insight into the operation of
equipment and to support the engineering calculations that are the basis of the savings estimates.
Collection of these operational parameters may be done using the facility Building Automation System
(BAS), stand-alone data logging equipment, handheld meters, written logs or through combinations of these
methods. The data collection requirements will vary depending on the types of savings measures pursued, the
complexity of the systems, the savings potential of a given measure, and the transient or steady state
nature of the parameters being measured.
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Operation and Maintenance Manuals
The key to maintaining building performance after recommissioning has been completed is preventative and
predictive maintenance. The recommissioning exercise may have identified deficiencies within the building
Operation and Maintenance (O&M) Manuals and these will require updating to include the data collected during
recommissioning and the resolution to any problems encountered. Proper and complete documentation of all
the building systems would be instrumental to resolving any issues with the O&M Manuals. An alternative to
the traditional paper based O&M would be a fully interactive web-based electronic documentation management
system, which would allow the facility manager (FM) to effectively manage their building asset.
Electronic Asset Registers
Electronic asset registers can provide WLU with a detailed list of plant and equipment within their building asset.
The register may include individual referencing, performance details, suppliers' information, and maintenance
tasks and maintenance frequency; this can be integrated into the building electronic documentation
management system, allowing the preventative and predictive maintenance tasks to be carried out under
controlled conditions.
6.2
RETROFIT AND REPLACEMENT ENERGY MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES (EMOS)
This section identifies Energy Management Opportunities (EMO) existing on campus, primarily in the form of
energy retrofit measures. The cost, payback, implementation period, and buildings implicated in each EMO are
identified in the summary tables below.
The tables have been separated by recommended implementation year, and prioritized from best payback
measure to worst.
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Table 17: EMOs for Immediate Implementation.
Building Asset
Number
Building
Lighting:120W Flood to 50W CF
24
Frank Peters Building
Lighting:120W Incandescant to
50W CF
Lighting:100W Metal Halide to 35W
CF
Lighting:100W Incandescent to
35W CF
97
66
5
Measure
Estimated Median
Capital Cost ($)
Recommended
- Direct
Payback - Direct
Implementation Year
Replacement
Replacement
Assumes only lamps replaced unless
0.1 otherwise noted. Payback assumes lights
on during op. hours.
$
126
Odeon Theatre
$
182
Immediate
0.1
"
Waterloo College Hall
$
98
Immediate
0.2
"
Fred Nichols Campus
Centre
$
84
Immediate
0.2
"
6, 8, 10, 20, 22, 24,
38, 39, 41, 5, 62, 43
Various
$
987
Immediate
0.2
"
VARIOUS
Various
$
31,200
Immediate
0.3
"
Lighting:1000 W Mercury Vapour to
T8 High Bay
8
Theatre Auditorium
$
2,040
Immediate
0.4
"
Lighting:75W Incandescant to 20W
Energy Star CF
10, 42, 58, 5, 9
Various
$
944
Immediate
0.5
"
Water Retrofit: Low Flow Lavatory
Faucet Aerators
ALL BUILDINGS
ALL BUILDINGS
$
6,000
Immediate
0.6
"
Various
$
26,781
Immediate
0.7
"
VARIOUS
$
628,052
Immediate
0.7
Various
$
387
Immediate
0.8
"
Lighting:150 W Incandescent to
50W CF
Water Retrofit: Low Flow
Showerheads
3, 4, 5, 7, 11, 12, 14,
16, 18, 20, 21, 22,
23, 26, 32, 36, 37,
Lighting:60W Incandescant to 17W 38, 40, 48, 49, 50,
Energy Start CF
51, 58,63,64, 65,
70, 71, 72, 73, 74,
75, 76, 90, 92, 93,
94, 54, 62
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 24,
7, 8, 13, 37, 10, 11,
High Priority Re-Commissioning
26, 39, 41, 42, 43,
53, 54, 58, 91
Lighting:50W Incandescant to 14 W
58, 97, 60
CF Energy Star
Immediate
Details
Lighting:35W Incandescant to
Energy Star 10W CF
85
120 Duke
$
36
Immediate
1.2
"
Lighting:75W Flood to 20W Energy
Star CF
9, 5
Various
$
1,575
Immediate
1.4
"
VARIOUS
$
349,521
Immediate
1.5
"
12, 14, 15, 16, 17,
18, 20, 21, 22, 23,
Medium Priority Re-Commissioning
25, 32, 36, 38, 45,
46, 47, 60, 66, 85,
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Lighting:25W Incandescant to 10W CF
Lighting:32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube to
Straight Replamping to 25W
Normal Priority Re-Commissioning
Lighting:50W MR16 to LED Mini Spot (5W)
Lighting:20W Incandescant to 10W CF
Exhaust Fan Early Replacement
Lighting:100W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube to
64W T8 (2 x 32W)
Lighting:96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube to 64W
T8 (2 x 32W)
Lighting:96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube T-12 to
64W T-8 (2 x 32W)
Energy Recovery / VSD Air Handlers
Energy Recovery / VSD Air Handlers
Lighting:400W Metal Halide to T8 High Bay
11, 15, 16, 48, 37,
65, 76
Various
$
350
Immediate
1.6
"
MOST
Various
$
231,070
Immediate
1.7
"
VARIOUS
$
110,500
Immediate
2.1
Various
$
27,579
Immediate
2.2
19, 35, 40, 48, 49,
50, 51, 59, 61, 62,
63, 64, 65, 67, 68,
69, 70, 71, 72, 73,
74, 75, 76, 77, 94,
96, 100,
58, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9,
11, 12, 17, 19, 24,
32, 37, 63, 66, 76,
90, 97, 98
9
"
Library
$
350
Immediate
2.3
VARIOUS
Various
$
23,400
Immediate
5.0
49
Seagram House
$
408
Immediate
4, 8, 10, 10, 11, 14,
15, 16, 17, 18, 19,
21, 24, 26, 36, 38,
41, 41, 53, 54, 62,
63, 65, 75, 76, 91,
92, 96
Various
$
37,098
Immediate
5.2
"
39
202 Regina
$
37,098
Immediate
5.2
"
9
9
8
Library
Library
Theatre Auditorium
$
$
$
192,498
192,498
1,224
Immediate
Immediate
Immediate
8.1 feasibility depends on whether useful
8.1 energy recovery can be implemented.
9.0
"
Science Research Building $
"
Requires confirmation of run hours and
replacement cost.
Assumes only lamps replaced unless
5.0 otherwise noted. Payback assumes lights
on during op. hours.
Lighting:400 W Mercury Vapour to T8 High Bay
42
1,428
Immediate
9.0
Lighting:400W Metal Halide to T8 High Bay
41
Science Building
$
1,632
Immediate
9.0
"
"
Lighting:400W Sodium Vapour to T8 High Bay
02
Arts C Wing
$
816
Immediate
9.0
"
Water Retrofit: Low Flow Toilets
37
Aird Building
$
180,000
Immediate
9.5
Focussing on highest traffic washrooms
will yeild best paybakcs.
The following table itemizes measures which achieve paybacks for high efficiency replacements of units or systems
which should be replaced due to poor/aged condition, sorted by recommended replacement year, then by
payback. The total recommended yearly HE upgrade budget is summarized, only including measures achieving a
10-year or less payback. Implementation of other measures in the 10+ year payback range may be advisable,
depending whether other performance benefits and/or life cycle costing based on most up-to-date data at that
future time indicates that the measures will provide benefits commensurate to the upgrade cost.
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Table 18: EMOs for implementation during 2010-2011.
Section
Capital Cost ($) Upgrade over
standard
replacement
Capital Cost ($) Direct
Replacement
Estimated Median
Estimated Median
Payback - Upgrade
Payback - Direct
over standard
Replacement
replacement
Building Asset
Number
Year for Implementation
ALL BUILDINGS
2010
$
36,000 $
900
140
11
2010
$
102,150 $
53,854
11.7
6.2
Measure
6.2.3
Energy Star: Computers (Cost per Item, allow for
30/year)
Energy Recovery / VSD Air Handlers
6.2.3
Energy Recovery / VSD Air Handlers
11
2010
$
230,175 $
121,351
12.3
6.5
6.2.3
Energy Recovery / VSD Air Handlers
24
2010
$
212,400 $
106,200
13.0
6.5
6.2.11
6.2.11
6.2.11
6.2.5
6.2.5
6.2.5
Energy Star: Refrigerators (Cost per item, allow
for 20/year)
Energy Star: Computers (Cost per Item, allow for
30/year)
RTU Replacement
RTU Replacement
RTU Replacement
3.5
3
2010
$
20,000 $
6,000
22.2
6.7
ALL BUILDINGS
2011
$
36,000 $
900
140
3.5
39
39
39
2011
2011
2011
$
$
$
82,878 $
67,809 $
67,809 $
2,350
2,350
2,350
134.3
109.9
109.9
3.8
3.8
3.8
40,753 $
6.2.5
RTU Replacement
2
2011
$
2,350
66.1
3.8
6.2.5
6.2.2
6.2.5
6.2.5
6.2.2
RTU Replacement
Boiler Replacement
RTU Replacement
RTU Replacement
Boiler Replacement
39
26
39
2
14
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
$
$
$
$
$
27,877
153,500
43,322
18,747
146,475
$
$
$
$
$
1,385
30,199
1,416
1,416
18,194
143.7
22.3
177.5
13.2
46.9
3.8
4.4
5.8
5.8
5.8
6.2.2
Boiler Replacement
14
2011
$
146,475 $
18,194
46.9
5.8
6.2.11
Energy Star: Refrigerators (Cost per item, allow
for 20/year)
3
2010
$
20,000 $
6,000
22.2
6.7
96.1
7.3
77.2
47.0
9.5
25.7
13.7
6.2.5
RTU Replacement
2
2011
$
18,747 $
1,416
6.2.9
6.2.3
6.2.2
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Energy Recovery / VSD Air Handlers
Boiler Replacement
6
8
10
2011
2011
2011
$
$
N/A
$
97,883 $
87,885 $
7,750
32,628
25,646
6.2.2
Boiler Replacement
10
2011
$
183,050 $
53,416
47.0
13.7
6.2.2
Boiler Replacement
90
2011
$
74,725 $
12,042
148.8
24.0
N/A
Table 19: EMOs for implementation during 2012 and later.
Measure
Energy Star: Computers (Cost per Item, allow for
30/year)
Boiler Replacement
Energy Star: Refrigerators (Cost per item, allow
for 20/year)
Capital Cost ($) Direct
Replacement
Capital Cost ($) Upgrade over
standard
replacement
Estimated Median
Estimated Median
Payback - Upgrade
Payback - Direct
over standard
Replacement
replacement
Building Asset
Number
Year for Implementation
ALL BUILDINGS
2012
$
36,000 $
900
140
25
2012
$
92,993 $
18,599
20.0
4.0
3
2012
$
20,000 $
6,000
22.2
6.7
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Energy Star: Computers (Cost per Item, allow for
30/year)
Energy Star: Refrigerators (Cost per item, allow
for 20/year)
Boiler Replacement
Boiler Replacement
ALL BUILDINGS
2012
$
36,000 $
900
140
3.5
Replace at end of usable lifespan; turn off
otherwise.
3
2012
$
20,000 $
6,000
22.2
6.7 Replace at end of usable lifespan.
3
3
2013
2013
$
$
117,145 $
183,050 $
33,472
52,304
25.1
26.2
Energy Recovery / VSD Air Handlers
5
2013
$
170,746 $
85,373
7.2 Replace at end of usable lifespan
7.5 Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan. VFD
8.1
alone has very long payback.
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
2
3
6
7
8
9
10
11
13
14
17
18
20
21
25
26
39
45
46
49
54
68
72
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
Baseboard Retrofit
21
2013
$
35,000 $
17,225
22.7
11.0
Boiler Replacement
Boiler Replacement
Boiler Replacement
4
4
4
2013
2013
2013
$
$
$
292,915 $
293,125 $
293,125 $
129,056
129,266
129,266
26.0
26.0
26.0
11.4
11.5
11.5
Baseboard Heater Retrofit (to 2 pipe fancoil w/
condesning boiler)
45
2013
$
360,000 $
144,885
36.7
Forgoes capital expense of baseboard
14.8 thermostat installation and uses capital
to install 2 pipe fancoil system.
Baseboard Retrofit
36
2013
$
277,500 $
121,314
7,865.0
Baseboard Retrofit
47
2013
$
787,500 $
453,354
17,024.0
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N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
11,300
19,600
4,365
7,550
9,050
31,550
12,450
24,950
13,500
13,750
2,400
2,750
6,300
5,365
9,400
12,750
1,800
3,750
1,750
1,500
1,115
600
3,650
16.2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Install baseboard hot water heating
connected to plant loads.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace electric baseboard with heat
pump, fancoil, or VRF systems.
Replace electric baseboard with heat
27.0
pump, fancoil, or VRF systems.
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6.2.1
RETRO-COMMISSIONING
Section 6.2.1 describes the re-commissioning process. A 2002 study12 of 60 buildings in the US found:
•
•
•
•
•
•
50% had control problems
40% of HVAC equipment did not function properly
15% had missing equipment
25% of energy management systems, economizers and variable speed drives did not function correctly
60% of insurance claims are related to HVAC issues
The number one source of complaints is HVAC
This study determined that the average cost of avoidable energy cost due to above was $32/m2/year. The
American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) Guideline 0-2005: The
Commissioning process or similar standards should be applied. The approximate cost of this process is shown
below in Figure 21. For the purposes of this payback calculation, it is estimated that complexity of recommissioning for the whole campus would be, overall, moderate, but that the work could be tendered in
packages of at least 28,000 m2, yielding lower costs. The cost carried for commissioning is thus $0.50/ft2, or
5.4$/m2.
Figure 21: Commissioning Costs for New Construction
12
LBNL. (2002). Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Survey of 60 Buildings in USA.
http://buildings.lbl.gov/hpcbs/Year_01/Element_5)/01_E5.html
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From a commissioning perspective, a very simple building has only one heating and cooling system, a simple,
repeating floor plan, simple controls (room thermostats) and is single use. A complex building has multiple uses,
multiple heating and cooling systems, complex controls, complex operating schedules, perhaps specialty systems
(geothermal, solar, day-lighting controls.) Specialty buildings include laboratories and hospitals. (WLU’s Science
building is very simple laboratory and would count as moderate or complex in this table.)
The overall probable paybacks are shown in Figure 22 below.13 The median payback the buildings studied was
0.7 years.
Figure 22: Commissioning Payback Time
13
13
The data in this section is based on information provided in the following publication: Mills, E., H. Friedman, T. Powell, N. Bourassa, D. Claridge, T. Haasl, and
M.A. Piette. 2004. "The Cost-Effectiveness of Commercial- Buildings Commissioning", Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
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Factors which reduce the probable payback time for building re-commissioning include:
• Size of the building
• Higher than normal energy use
• Air-based heating and cooling systems, especially large or complex systems
• High process loads (cooking, recreation, laboratories.)
Based on the above criteria, the buildings have been grouped into “high priority”, “medium priority”, and
“low priority” re-commissioning groupings. To ensure best prices are achieved, sample groups of at least
30,000m2 are presented for smaller buildings.
Highest priority buildings have at least 2 of the above 4 payback reducing criteria. Most are large
buildings; the remainders are top natural gas or electricity consumers per unit area of building. This
116,698m2 of building area will cost about $628,052 to implement and will provide $897,217 in energy
savings for a net payback of 0.7 years.
Table 20: High Priority Buildings to Be Recommissioned
Medium priority buildings are moderately sized academic buildings and residences with no excessive
energy consumption indicated by benchmarking completed in the previous section. The effectiveness and
necessity of re-commissioning will have been established by the high priority re-commissioning exercise.
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Medium priority buildings are moderately sized academic buildings and residences with no excessive energy
consumption indicated by benchmarking completed in the previous section. The effectiveness and necessity of
re-commissioning will have been established by the high priority re-commissioning exercise.
Table 21: Medium Priority Buildings to Be Recommissioned
In our opinion, all buildings forming part of WLU should be re-commissioned. All buildings not included in the
above two lists are of normal priority for re-commissioning.
Once buildings have been re-commissioned once, it is recommended that it be planned to re-commission them
again every 5 years. Combining re-commissioning with other asset management assessments can lower the cost
of both and ensure that not only the existence, but also the efficiency and correct operation of a piece of
equipment is verified during future assessments. The results of re-commissioning can also identify retrofit
opportunities capitalizing on real-life building operation conditions.
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6.2.2
BOILER RETROFITS
A significant number of the boilers at WLU are original vintage. Two options are available with respect to boiler
retrofit:
•
As boilers require replacement, replace with high-efficiency versions.
•
Retrofit boilers in good condition.
As current boilers age, there is an opportunity to replace them with newer high efficient boilers, an example of
which is shown in Figure 23. High efficiency replacements are of condensing, fully modulating type, and usually
at least 92% efficient. The use of high efficient boilers provides a hedge for increasing natural gas prices. High
efficient does not mean higher maintenance cost or specialized maintenance knowledge and most major boiler
manufacturers (i.e. Viessmann, which has their North American headquarters in Waterloo) offer free training
courses for operators of their systems.
From the VFA assessment, it was found that there is a
potential to replace nine (9) boilers on the WLU campus,
five (5) of which are first priority and require immediate
replacement, and four (4) of which are aged and are
second in replacement priority. Of the five boilers that
need to be replaced immediately, two are currently
located at the Arts E Wing and the remaining three are
located at the Dr. Alvin Woods Building. These five
boilers are manufactured by Cleaver Brooks and the
capacities range from 1000kW to 2500kW. Of the four
boilers currently flagged as secondary priority, two are
located at the seminary and the remaining two are
located at Willison Hall.
These boilers are also
manufactured by Cleaver Brooks, with capacities ranging Figure 23: Viessmann Vitocrossal 300 Condensing
from 750kW to 1250kW. The VFA report lists the Boiler
Source: Viessmann
replacement costs for all nine boilers, and assumes they
would be replaced with like equipment.
High-efficiency boiler replacement energy and cost savings and a simple payback were estimated using the
following:
•
Replacement cost estimated by VFA.
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•
Estimated natural gas usage of the boiler based on the natural gas consumption of the buildings
housing the boilers
•
Efficiencies of 80% and 92% for a standard boiler and a condensing boiler respectively
•
An estimated upgrade cost of $120/kW for a high efficient condensing boiler versus a conventional
mid-efficiency boiler. The results of the analysis are summarized in Table 20. Full calculations can
be found in appendix B.
Table 22: Analysis of standard boilers vs. high efficient boilers
Feasibility and Replacement
Year
2011 - Feasible
2011 - Feasible
2011 - long payback
2011 - long payback
2011 - not rec'm'd
2011 - Feasible
2012 - Feasible
2013 - Feasible
2013 - Feasible
2013 - long payback
2014 - long payback
2015 - long payback
Location of equipment (Building)
ID
14-B1
14-B2
10-B1
10-B2
90-B-1
25-B1
26-B1
3-B1
3-B2
4-B3
4-B1
4-B2
Size (kW)
1,225
1,225
735
1,531
625
492
615
980
1,531
2,451
2,452
2,452
Willison Hall
Willison Hall
Seminary
Seminary
Carnegie Hall
St. Micheals
Northdale Campus
Arts E Wing
Arts E Wing
Dr. Alvin Woods Building
Dr. Alvin Woods Building
Dr. Alvin Woods Building
Like-for-Like
Replacement Cost
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
128,282
128,282
62,239
129,634
62,683
74,394.00
123,301
83,673
130,746
163,859
163,859
163,859
Estimated
Energy Cost
Savings
Cost for High
Efficiency Upgrade
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
146,475
146,475
87,885
183,050
74,725
93,993
153,500
117,145
183,050
292,915
293,125
293,125
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
3,122
3,122
1,869
3,892
502
4,639
6,893
4,666
6,999
11,275
11,275
11,275
Payback for Upgrade to
Payback For
Replacement to HE
HE over Direct
Unit
Replacement
5.8
5.8
13.7
13.7
24.0
4.0
4.4
7.2
7.5
11.4
11.5
11.5
46.9
46.9
47.0
47.0
148.8
20.0
22.3
25.1
26.2
26.0
26.0
26.0
As shown in Table 22, it is feasible to replace the boilers in Willison Hall, St. Michaels Campus, Northdale
Campus, and Arts E Wing with high efficiency boilers, with simple paybacks of 20 – 26 years for direct
replacement with high efficient units. Payback periods are longer for boilers in the Alvin Woods Building
and Seminary. Also shown on Table 22 are cost premiums and payback periods for high efficient units
over like-for-like replacement. Costs used in this analysis are subject to market pricing and changes my
impact anticipated payback. Other factors which may impact the anticipated payback include differences
between actual and estimated natural gas usage as well as differences in actual operating efficiencies of
standard and condensing boilers.
Given the size and cost anticipated for replacement of boilers 4-B1, 4-B2, and 4-B3, it is recommended that
temporary monitoring of the inlet and outlet temperatures of the boilers, and of the flow rates from the
boilers, be set up prior to replacing the units. Condensing boilers are less efficient at higher temperatures,
so identifying replacement equipment that achieves the best part load efficiencies at the actual operating
conditions of the boilers should be a priority. If efficiencies of 96% rather than 92% can be achieved, the
graph below shows the affect of payback for these units.
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Figure 24: Sensitivity of Payback to Overall Seasonal Efficiency of Boiler Chosen, Dr. Alvin Woods Building
6.2.3
AIR HANDLING UNIT REPLACEMENT
Air handling units (AHUs) are responsible for filtering, conditioning and mixing outdoor air with re-circulated
return air to provide ventilation air, space conditioning air, or both. As with boilers, an opportunity exists to
replace many of the aging AHUs, some of which are original to buildings that they supply, with more efficient
AHUs featuring integrated Variable Speed Drive (VSD) configured to adjust air delivery based on heating
demand, higher efficiency fans, and time of day schedules.
From the VFA assessment, it was found that there is a intention to replace seven (7) air handling units on the
WLU campus, four (4) of which are first priority and require immediate replacement, and three (3) which are
aged and are second in replacement priority. Of the four AHUs that need to be replaced immediately, two are
located at the Athletic Complex, one in the Frank Peters building and one in the Fred Nichols Campus Center.
These four air handling have capacities that range from 7,000 CFM to 26,000 CFM. Of the three air handling
units currently flagged as secondary priority, two are located in the penthouse of the library and one at the
Theatre Auditorium. The air handling units in the penthouse library are manufactured by Engineered Air,
Canadian Blower and Forge with capacities ranging from 6,000 to 50,000. The VFA report lists the replacement
costs for all seven air handling units.
Energy savings, cost savings and simple payback were estimated based on:
•
Cost estimated by VFA
•
An estimated electrical usage
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•
Efficiencies of 80% and 85% for a standard and a premium efficiency fan motor respectively
•
An effective reduction of power to 70% due to properly calibrated VSDs
•
An estimated cost of $6/CFM for a high efficient fan with VSD package, or of 1.5 times the cost of
the VFA replacement, whichever was lower.
Full tabulated results can be found in appendix B.
Table 23: Analysis of standard AHU vs. high efficient AHU with VSD
Feasibility and
Replacement Year
ID
2010 - feasible
2010 - feasible
2010 - feasible
2010 - feasible
2010 - feasible
2011 - not recmd.
2013 - not recmd.
24-AHU1
9-AHU3
9-AHU4
11-AHU1
11-AHU2
8-AHU1
5-AHU1
Outdoor Air
flow (CFM)
18,750
0
18856
5675
7,567
Motor
Like-for-Like
Location of
Size
Replacement
equipment (Building)
(HP)
Cost
15
50
50
30
15
7.5
10
Peters Building
Library
Library
Athletic Complex
Athletic Complex
Theatre Auditorium
Fred Nichols Centre
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
Cost per unit for
HE version
106,200 $
96,249
$
96,249
108,824
$
48,296
65,255 $
85,373 $
112,500 $
$
144,374
$
$
153,450
$
97,883 $
128,060 $
Estimated
Energy Cost
Savings
Payback For Upgrade
(Cost Premium) to HE
Unit
2,535
8,979
8,979
5,070
2,535
1,268
1,690
2.49
5.36
5.36
8.80
7.81
25.74
25.26
Payback for
Direct
Replacement
with HE Unit
44.38
16.08
16.08
30.26
26.86
77.22
75.77
As shown in Table 21, the majority of the AHUs can be upgraded to high efficient units with VSD with a
payback of less than 10 years, with some estimated to be 5 years or less. Direct replacement with HE units
have paybacks ranging from 16 – 30 years. Costs used in this analysis are subject to market pricing and
changes may impact anticipated payback. Other factors which may impact anticipated payback include
actual electrical usage, actual operating efficiencies of the fan motors as well as actual reduced power
output due to VSD control.
Since VSDs can also be retrofitted to existing fans, the analysis in Table 6 indicated that, in general, the
premium for any VSD retrofit with a 7 year return on investment should, for typical academic building
fans, be less than $1,400/HP installed fan capacity.
6.2.4
ENERGY RECOVERY RETROFITS FOR NEW OR EXISTING AIR HANDLING UNITS
Energy Recovery Ventilators (ERV) are additions to new AHUs or retrofits to existing AHUs which enable
the transfer of a significant percentage of thermal energy from the exhaust air to the incoming air,
dramatically reducing the energy required to heat, or dehumidify and cool, the outdoor air. ERVs recover
both heat and moisture from the exhaust airstream and transfer it into the incoming air stream during the
heating season, and transfer water vapour and thus heat from the incoming air stream to the exhaust air
stream during cooling seasons. Energy recovery ventilators are large when installed as stand-alone
devices, and are usually easier to install when they form an integral part of a new air handler.
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Based on the seven (7) air handling units identified in the previous section which requires replacement, an
analysis of the energy and cost savings for adding an ERV to these units was completed. Energy savings, cost
savings and simple payback were estimated based on:
•
•
The replacement cost estimated by VFA
If designed before 1980, an estimated outdoor air flow rate of 25 CFM/person and 2.2 CFM/m2 for
building designed before 1990; if later
•
an estimated outdoor air flow rate based on ASHRAE 62.1-2007
•
a nominal Coefficient of Performance (COP) of 2.9 for cooling
•
a operating schedule of 5 days per week and 20 hours per day
•
Estimated electricity cost of $0.091/kWh
•
Estimated natural gas cost of $0.38/m3.
The results of the analysis are summarized in Table 24. Full tabulated results can be found in Appendix B.
Table 24: Analysis of standard AHU vs. AHU with ERV
Projected
Replacement Year
2010
2010
2010
2010
2010
2011
2013
ID
24-AHU1
11-AHU1
11-AHU2
9-AHU3
9-AHU4
8-AHU1
5-AHU1
Outdoor Air
flow (CFM)
18,750
0
18856
5675
7,567
Estimated
Motor
Like-for-Like Estimated Annual
Annual Cooling
Location of
Size
Replacement Heating Energy
Energy Savings
equipment (Building)
Savings (MWh)
(HP)
Cost
(MWh)
15 Peters Building
$
106,200
363
19
30 Athletic Complex
414
22
$
192,498
15 Athletic Complex
193
10
50 Library
526
29
$
157,120
50 Library
526
29
7.5 Theatre Auditorium
107
6
$
65,255
10 Fred Nichols Centre
$
85,373
234
12
Cost for H.E.
unit w/ ERV
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
212,400
230,175
102,150
192,498
192,498
130,510
170,746
Difference
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
106,200
121,351
53,854
96,249
96,249
65,255
85,373
Total Cost of
Energy Saved
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
16,377
18,708
8,704
23,813
23,813
4,817
10,524
Payback For
Upgrade to
HE Unit
6.5
6.5
6.2
4.0
4.0
13.5
8.1
Direct
Replacement
Payback
13.0
12.3
11.7
8.1
8.1
27.1
16.2
As shown in Table 24, a majority of the AHU’s be replaced with a high efficiency unit with ERV with a payback of
less than 10 years, some possibly 5 years or less. The trend seen in the analysis indicate that AHU’s with less
than 100% outdoor air supply will have a lower payback compared to AHU’s with 100% outdoor air supply,
probably due to the fact that there is a higher amount of energy in the air to be recovered from the exhaust
stream in systems with less than 100% outdoor. Costs used in this analysis are subject to market pricing and
changes may impact anticipated payback. Other factors which may impact anticipated payback include actual
electrical usage, actual operating efficiencies of the ERV as well as the amount of outdoor air supplied into the
building.
6.2.5
ROOF TOP UNIT REPLACEMENT
Rooftop units are modular packaged air handling units which provide heating, cooling and distribute outdoor air,
typically without the use of a boiler or chiller system. In other words, rooftop units are all in one units capable of
conditioning and supplying the required ventilation and conditioning air. As with boilers, and air handlers, there
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Rooftop units are modular packaged air handling units which provide heating, cooling and distribute
outdoor air, typically without the use of a boiler or chiller system. In other words, rooftop units are all in
exists an opportunity to replace many of the aging roof top systems, some of which are original to
buildings that they supply, with much more efficient packaged rooftop units, as shown in Table 23 below.
Based on the seven (7) rooftop units identified in the VFA report, which require replacement, an analysis
of the energy and cost savings for specifying high efficient rooftop units was completed. Energy savings,
cost savings and simple payback were estimated based on:
•
the replacement cost estimated by VFA
•
4000 heating degree days and 400 cooling degree days
•
IPLV and EER values for base replacement units from Lennox LGA series
•
IPLV and EER values for high efficient units from Lennox Strategos series
•
Estimated electricity cost of $0.091/kWh
•
Estimated natural gas cost of $0.38/m3.
The results of the analysis are summarized in Table 23. Full tabulated results can be found in Appendix B.
Table 25: Analysis of energy saved by specifying high efficient rooftop systems
Projected
Replacement
Year
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
ID
39-HVAC1
39-HVAC2
39-HVAC3
39-HVAC4
39-HVAC5
2-AC1
2-AC3
Tons
18.33
6.17
9.58
15.00
15.00
9.58
20.83
Location of
equipment
(Building)
202 Regina
202 Regina
202 Regina
202 Regina
202 Regina
Arts C Wing
Arts C Wing
Like-for-Like
Replacement
Cost
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
82,878
27,877
43,322
67,809
67,809
18,747
40,753
Payback for
Payback
Cost for High
Estimated
Direct
For
Efficiency Annual Energy
Replacemen
Upgrade to
Upgrade
Cost Savings
t with HE
HE Unit
unit
$
2,350 $
617
3.8
134
$
1,385 $
194
7.1
143
$
1,416 $
244
5.8
177
$
2,350 $
617
3.8
110
$
2,350 $
617
3.8
110
$
1,416 $
244
5.8
77
$
2,350 $
617
3.8
66
Based on the results calculated in Table 25, a majority of the rooftop units can be upgraded to a high
efficient system for a payback of less than five years, however, the costs to replace the rooftop units
directly with high efficient systems is relatively high, therefore, replacement should wait until the end of
the RTU’s useful life. Similar to the above analysis, the costs used in this analysis are subject to market
pricing and changes may impact anticipated payback. Other factors which may impact anticipated
payback include actual electrical and gas usage, actual time used, and actual operating efficiencies of the
condensers and heaters.
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6.2.6
CHILLER & COOLING TOWER RETROFITS
None of WLU’s chillers are currently in need of replacement according to the VFA study. Due to the high capital
cost of any potential retrofits, and the lack of available electrical use information for discrete buildings on
campus, any payback analysis performed at this stage of energy investigation would be highly unreliable.
New retrofit chillers are available using a variety of more environmentally friendly refrigerants; R404A is the
minimum appropriate choice (since it has a very high global warming potential), while R410A and CO2 based
choices are appearing on the market in greater numbers. Another very effective option available which is
particularly suited to retrofit applications are magnetic levitation bearing chillers, which have high COPs, very
low noise ratings, and very small footprints.
Typically, chillers with more than 10-15 years old are candidates for replacement; however, given there is no
replacement budget available in the next 5 years, and given that the university has low summertime occupancy,
paybacks under 15 years for ay replacement measure are considered unlikely. To verify this assumption, it is
recommended that dedicated metering be installed for key chillers as part of the utility monitoring plan. The
table below outlines the recommended locations and anticipated costs of these meters.
Table 26: Summary of Recommended Chiller Monitoring
Building
5
9
Chiller Size (tons)
700
200
Monitoring Cost
$1,800
$1,800
Installation Phase
1/A
1/A
Cooling tower fans retrofit recommendations will also be significantly affected by the part load profile and heat
rejection profile of the chillers. It is understood the majority of cooling towers on campus already have VSD
drives.
6.2.7
EXHAUST FAN RETROFIT
Two options are available for exhaust fan retrofit; total fan replacement, and addition of occupancy schedules
(particularly to bathroom exhaust fans) to limit the heating energy lost through due to fan operation.
If the option is available to reduce fan motor runtimes, this will limit energy costs enough that fan motor
replacements would not be justified. In addition, energy savings will results from reduced fan run hours.
Fans which should be reviewed to ensure that they run only during building operating hours include
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1-EF1 & 2, 6-EF1, 2 & 3, 24-EF, 32-EF-1, 37-EF-11, 39-EF-3-7, 41-EF-5 & 12, 60-EF-1, 98-EF-1, and 98-EF-2, the
majority of which are washroom fans. Savings of $77/hp/year in electrical energy, and $2.81/cfm/year can be
expected, which will result in a simple payback of less than 2 years on the majority of timer retrofits if these
should be required.
Where 18 hour fan operation is required, the total amount of energy consumed by standard small horsepower
motor (1-15 hp) will be about $484 energy/hp. If upgraded to a premium efficiency motor, a $53 energy savings
per hp per year results; thus, if a premium horsepower motor can be used in retrofit or new construction for less
than $283/hp premium, the payback on the investment will be under 5 years. For 24 hour fan operation this
allowable premium increases to $360/hp. If fans can be changed out for this price this would be advisable, but
typically waiting to the end of the motor’s lifespan is the only economically viable option.
Fans likely to require 24 hours operation, which are most likely to be candidates for early motor replacement
with premium efficiency PSC motors (for $360/hp or less) include 6-EF1 & 2, 41-EF-2-4, 8,9, 14, 15, 22 41-EF-3,
and 42-EF 8-11.
To avoid unnecessary exhaust from electrical rooms and minimize fan runtime, it is recommended that the
correct functioning of the reverse-acting thermostats for electrical room fans 32-EF-3, 37-EF-8, 39-EF-2, 41-EF-6,
41-EF-13, 90-EF- 90-EF-2 be verified, and that RA thermostats be provided if not already installed.
6.2.8
BASEBOARD RADIANT HEATERS
Baseboard radiant heaters are still used as the primary source of heat in the following buildings:
• Bouckhaert Residence Hall, 36.
• Bricker Residence, 46.
• 50 University St, 52 apartment building housing 310 students; asset number 45.
• Clara Conrad Res. B wing, first floor only.
Retrofit of a building with electric baseboard heat to use natural gas or geothermal heat pump for heating is an
expensive proposition. CMHC performed a study in 2003 indicating that the multi-unit residential unit payback
for installation of geothermal heat pumps was determined to be in the range of 20 years, based on an estimated
installed cost of $5,443/apartment.
The table below outlines an estimated heating cost per residence room, assuming an average exterior wall
length of about 3.5m, assuming energy cost savings of about 60% by moving to a more efficient system:
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Table 27: Residence Room Heating Cost Estimate
Since the anticipated savings are only about $100/unit, a system with an installation cost of under $1000/unit
would be required to achieve the desired savings, which, based on the CMHC study and Cobalt’s recent retrofit
experience, seems unfeasible unless the heating systems are up for replacement, which would limit the capital
cost to the extra portion above the baseboard heater replacement cost.
The following table outlines estimated replacement times for baseboard heaters, the estimated additional cost
to upgrade to an alternate system, and the estimated payback time on that investment.
Table 28: Paybacks for Baseboard Heater Retrofits in Residences
At 50 University Dr, the VFA report notes the requirement for electric baseboard heating controls ($109,000
value). These controls should save about 5%/year in energy costs relative to uncontrolled systems, or possibly
much more if occupants leave windows open due to inability to thermostatically control heaters. The table
below shows the energy savings and payback periods at 10%/year energy savings, 20%/year energy savings, and
‘full’ energy savings, which is to say, reducing the building energy use to the theoretical ‘fully operational
thermostats’ design scenario heat loss for a savings of 38% heating energy.
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Table 29: Energy Savings for Installation of Baseboard Heater Controls at 50 University Ave E
The above analysis indicates that the thermostat retrofit will likely not pay off prior to the full replacement of the
baseboard system required in 2013. Four payback scenarios are considered for the replacement of the
baseboard systems at 50 University: one using the capital cost increment over simple baseboard unit
replacement; one using the increment over baseboard + controls replacement costs; a third showing the
increment over replacement with a 2-Pipe Fan-coil System and condensing boiler; and a final option showing the
increment over baseboard + controls for a distributed geothermal heat pump based system.
Table 30: Energy Savings for Replacement of Baseboard Heaters with Other Systems at 50 University Ave E
6.2.9
BUILDING ENVELOPE RETROFITS
In our Southern Ontario climate, the building envelope is the first line of defence for reducing the amount of
heating lost to the environment and also the most effective. Unfortunately, it is a costly procedure to
completely reinsulated commercial buildings. An alternative to re-insulating the building envelope is to build a
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glazed second skin around the current building skin, commonly known as a second façade. This second skin acts
as a thermal buffer, reducing heat loss during the winter and creating a warm layer when the sun is present. The
double façade can also include operable windows, both on the inside and out in order to take advantage of
natural ventilation. As an added benefit, original features of the building envelope (either inside or out) that
may be historic to the WLU may be maintained while rejuvenating the look of the building.
Another consideration when retrofitting building envelope is reducing air leakage and infiltration. Air leakage can
represent a very significant portion of annual heating energy. In order to avoid accidental air exchange and to
provide controlled ventilation with heat recovery or energy recovery, it is recommended that pressure tests be
performed where feasible and measures be taken to increase air-tightness. The recommended envelope
tightness for institutional building is at least 0.2 air changes per hour (ACH).
6.2.9.1 WINDOW SYSTEM RETROFITS
Windows (fenestration systems) require special attention to detail, as they typically have the lowest insulation
value (R-value or U-value) of all components of the envelope. Furthermore, they are major contributors to
infiltration of unconditioned outdoor air, which contribute significantly to winter heating and summer cooling
loads, as well as admit solar radiation, which may be beneficial during the winter but contribute to the cooling
load in the summer.
The VFA report, as well as campus inspections, reveals a number of deficient fenestration systems that warrant
retrofitting or replacement. It is also important to consider properties of glass when selecting a fenestration
system. It is also recommended that glazing should incorporate a low emissivity (low-e) coat, which is applied to
one of the glazing surfaces facing into the gap of a multiple glazed fenestration system. Low-e coats block a
significant amount of radiant transfer between the glazing panes, reducing the overall flow of heat through the
window, and thus improving the insulation value (U-value) of the fenestration system. As a good starting point,
it is recommended that fenestrations system be at least double glazed, incorporate thermally broken frames,
with a spectrally selective low-e coat and argon gas between the glazings.
Based on an analysis of the expected heating saved by upgrading from a normal double pane fenestration
system to a double pane with low –e system as well as to a triple glazed low-e system, in order to have a payback
of 10 years or less, the cost premium should not exceed 9% for an upgrade to double pane low-e system. For an
upgrade from double pane with no low-e to triple pane with low-e, this premium should not exceed 11%. Table
31 is a list of deficient fenestration systems found, indicating the asset location, as well as the condition of the
fenestration. Not included in the list are fenestration systems where seals were found to be degraded or
damaged windows – as costs associated with seal replacement are minimal.
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When considering replacement of a fenestration system, one of most important aspects of selecting a proper
system is to consider the framing material and thermal spacers which reduce thermal bridging. Thermal bridging
is a phenomenon where heat travels along the path of least resistance; in the case of a fenestration system, the
glazing or glass portion of the fenestration combined with an air or gas filled gap (in a double glazed or better
fenestration system) offer decent insulation properties, whereas the frame acts as a conductor to exterior
thermal conditions. During the summer, this thermal bridging doesn’t significantly impacting cooling load as the
difference between building set point temperatures and external dry bulb temperature do not exceed a range of
10-15 degrees C at worst case scenario. During the winter months, the difference between building the set point
temperature and the external dry bulb condition can reach in the range of 25-30 degrees C, and thus heat loss
through a thermal bridge such as a fenestration frame has a significant impact on the heating load, thermal
comfort and may increase the potential for other problems, such as condensation and mildew. As mentioned, it
is possible to minimize thermal bridging by specifying frame with thermal spacers, or thermally broken frames,
which incorporate insulation within the frame so that direct conduction through the frame is not possible.
Frames which reduce thermal bridging include insulated fibreglass frames or thermally broken aluminum frames
and insulated edge spacers.
It is also important to consider properties of glass when selecting a fenestration system. It is also recommended
that glazing should incorporate a low emissivity (low-e) coat, which is applied to one of the glazing surfaces
facing into the gap of a multiple glazed fenestration system. Low-e coats block a significant amount of radiant
transfer between the glazing panes, reducing the overall flow of heat through the window, and thus improving
the insulation value (U-value) of the fenestration system. As a good starting point, it is recommended that
fenestrations system be at least double glazed, incorporate thermally broken frames, with a spectrally selective
low-e coat and argon gas between the glazings.
Based on an analysis of the expected heating saved by upgrading from a normal double pane fenestration
system to a double pane with low –e system as well as to a triple glazed low-e system, in order to have a payback
of 10 years or less, the cost premium should not exceed 9% for an upgrade to double pane low-e system. For an
upgrade from double pane with no low-e to triple pane with low-e, this premium should not exceed 11%.
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Table 31: Deficient Fenestration Systems
Building ID
39
46
51
2
3
6
6
9
26
10
25
8
11
5
49
7
68
45
20
21
72
17
18
13
13
14
Asset
202 Regina St exterior windows
266 Marsland exterior windows aged/deteriorated
81 Lodge exterior windows
Arts C Wing Exterior windows (1st, 2nd, 3rd floors)
Arts E Wing Exterior windows (1st, 2nd, 3rd floors)
Dining Hall/Paul Martin Centre exterior windows
Dining Hall/Paul Martin Centre exterior windows solarium glazing
Library exterior windows
Northdale campus exterior windows
Seminary exterior windows
St. Michaels campus exterior windows
Theatre auditorium exterior windows
Athletic Complex – curtain walls
Fred Nichols Centre Dance Hall (Rm FN3-310) exterior windows
Seagram House exterior windows
Student services exterior windows
14 Lodge exterior windows
50 University exterior windows
Clara Conrad Res. A wing glass curtain wall
Clara Conrad Res. B wing glass curtain wall
Conestogo house exterior windows
Euler residence exterior windows
Leupold residence exterior windows
MacDonald House Res. glass curtain wall
MacDonald House Res. Exterior windows
Willison Hall Res. Exterior windows
Condition
aged/deteriorated
aged/deteriorated
aged/deteriorated
end of life
end of life
aged/deteriorated
broken seals
aged/deteriorated
aged/inefficient
aged/deteriorated
aged/inefficient
aged/deteriorated
corroded
aged/inefficient
aged/deteriorated
aged/inefficient
aged/deteriorated
deteriorated seals
aged/deteriorated
aged/deteriorated
aged/deteriorated
aged/deteriorated
aged/deteriorated
aged/deteriorated
aged/deteriorated
aged/deteriorated
6.2.10 ENERGY STAR EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT
Based on the end use breakdown in section 4, plug load accounts for 6% of the total energy consumed and 8%
of the total energy cost behind only HVAC, chillers, lights and AHU’s. One of the easiest measures to implement
campus wide is replace aging appliances with Energy Star Efficient models. While a large number of home-style
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appliances (fridges, ovens) may not need replacing within the near future, computer equipment, such as
printers, scanners, and copying machines typically have a much quicker lifecycle. Computers typically get
replaced within a 3-5 year window and therefore opportunity exists to specify computers which meet the Energy
Star Computer Specification (v4.0).
6.2.11 LIGHTING RETROFITS
As one of the largest total energy and electricity end users, lighting is an important factor to consider, especially
when retrofitting and/or replacing lighting fixtures. Lights not only consume energy when in use, but also add
heat to all spaces, which contributes to the air conditioning load. Depending on the climate, each Watt saved on
lighting can produce additional savings on the energy used to cool the space.
6.2.11.1
LAMP SELECTION
Factors to consider when choosing lighting retrofits include:
Colour temperature:
Colour temperature is a characteristic of visible light that
has important applications in lighting, the temperature
usually measured in Kelvin (K). The higher the colour
temperature, the whiter the light appears.
Colour Rendering Index (CRI):
CRI is the effect of a light source on the colour appearance
of objects, compared to a reference source of the same
colour temperature (CCT). The highest CRI attainable is
100.
Scotpic/Photopic light ratios: S/P ratios describe the effective lumens (light levels)
(S/P ratio)
perceived by the human eye. Choosing lamps with higher
S/P ratios allows lighting power to be reduced while
maintaining lighting levels perceived by the human eye.
Light level:
Illumination levels are recommended by the Illuminating
Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) based on
the type of use in order to achieve comfort. The light level
is measured in foot candle (FC) or Lux.
Below is a list of spaces with recommended colour temperature, colour rendering index and light levels along
with the possible bulb types.
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Table 32: Appropriate Lighting Level, CRI, Colour Temperature and Lamp Types for Various Spaces
Space type
Classrooms
Cafeteria/Circulatio
n area
Reception area
Library/Study/
Offices
Light level
(FC)
10-70
>80
Colour temperature
(K)
3000-4100
yes
Fluorescent
T5
yes
Compact
florescent CFL
yes
10-20
>70
3000-5000
yes
yes
yes
20-50
>80
3000-5000
yes
yes
yes
30-50
>70
3000-3500
yes
yes
yes
CRI
Florescent T8
Halogen
yes
Ballast: The ballast is an electrical device that performs two basic functions: provides the starting voltage
and limit's the current to sustain lamp operation. Most of the existing fixtures installed up to
1980 will have magnetic ballasts rather than electronic ballasts. Electronic Ballast draw
considerably less power to operate than magnetic ballasts, so the system as a whole is more
efficient. Furthermore, electronic ballasts are lighter and easier to handle, and can enhance
lamp life as well. Typical electronic ballasts are tuned to deliver about 87% of rated light output.
A facility can take advantage of other ballasts that produce either higher or lower light levels
with a corresponding increase or decrease in total system power. Combine these ballasts with
high efficiency lamps to optimize the light level and energy consumption.
Based on the factors discussed above, the following are recommendations for lighting selection for indoors,
outdoors and exit signs.
Indoor lighting:
Retrofitting existing T12 lighting systems:
A reduction in electricity consumption can be achieved by refitting older T12 lighting systems with new high
performance T8 lamps and electronic ballasts. T8 lamps offer improved life, quality of light and colour
rendering. 25W T8 lamp systems deliver the same light output as a typical 34W T12 system with substantial
savings of up to 40% in energy costs. Offices designed before the 1980s often use more light than required for
today’s computer-oriented tasks. They can achieve greater savings by upgrading to newer lighting systems.
Notwithstanding the added cost of replacing the ballast, payback generally takes less than two years. Local
utilities may cover part of the cost through their Demand Side Management rebate programs. Table 33
summarizes potential T-12 which may be replaced by T-8 fixtures, including an estimated payback as well as
buildings to which this retrofit applies. T-5 fixtures are also an option for replacement of T-12 ballasts, with the
following considerations: brighter lamps can cause glare in some fixture orientations; more costly replacement
lamps ($8-$10/lamp versus $2-$3 for T8) need to be taken into consideration during replacement calculations,
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and use of T5 introduces yet another lamp type and technology to the campus, and the lamps are a different
length, which can change ballast layout aesthetics. In our experience, T5 life cycle costs are very similar to best
in class T8s.
Table 33: Potential T-12s to be replaced by T-8
Origina l Lighting Fixture
Watts
# of laps per fixture
number of fixtures
Energy Use (kWh)
R e comme nde d R e pla ce me nt
Watts
# of laps per fixture
number of fixtures
Cost
Total Cost
Energy Use (kWh)
Pa yba ck
Applicable to Buildings #
100W 4' Linear Fluorescent
96W 4' Linear
Tube T-12
Fluorescent Tube T-12
100
96
2
2
2
739
1314
233051.04
64W T-8 (2 x 32W)
64
2
2
204
408
420.48
5.02
64W T-8 (2 x 32W)
64
2
739
50.2
37097.8
155367.36
5.25
4, 8, 10, 10, 11, 14, 15,
16, 17, 18, 19, 21, 24,
49 26, 36, 38, 41, 41, 53,
54, 62, 63, 65, 75, 76,
91, 92, 96
Retrofitting existing incandescent and HID fixtures with compact fluorescent or LED:
New 57 and 70W Compact Fluorescents are being utilized in a variety of interior and exterior fixtures, they offer
some unique advantages over the high intensity discharge (HID) and incandescent lamps they were designed to
replace. Most notable among those advantages are instant on, instant re-strike, simple emergency backup, high
colour rendering and multiple colour temperatures. These high wattage compact fluorescents are amalgam
based technology to allow these lamps to operate in a broad range of temperatures. (3)70W CF lamps provide
(roughly) as much light as a 250W Metal Halide with more than 50 Watts of energy savings.
Every incandescent lamp that is replaced with an ENERGY STAR®–qualified bulb saves approximately 75% in
energy consumption. They can also last up to 10 times as long as a traditional incandescent.
The LED lamp recommended for substitution in MR16 lamps below is not a bright light and will not match the
lighting capacity of the light it replaces. However, where MR16 is used as an architectural accent rather than as
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task lighting it is expected LED fixtures could provide savings, both in energy use and reduced maintenance costs
due to longer bulb life.
Tables 34 to 38 summarize potential fixture replacements, including an estimated payback as well as buildings
which this retrofit applies to.
Table 34: Low wattage incandescent lights to be replaced by compact fluorescent lights
Origina l Lighting Fixture
Watts
# of laps per fixture
number of fixtures
Energy Use (kWh)
20W Incandescant 25W Incandescant
50W Incandescant 60W Incandescant
20
25
50
60
1
1
1
1
50
50
43
2979
3285
4106.25
7062.75
587160.9
R e comme nde d R e pla ce me nt
Watts
# of laps per fixture
number of fixtures
Cost
Total Cost
Energy Use (kWh)
P a yba ck
Applicable Replacement in Buildings
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10W CF
10
1
50
7
350
1642.5
2.34
10W CF 14 W CF Energy Star 17W Energy Start CF
10
14
17
1
1
1
50
43
2979
7
8.99
8.99
350
386.57
26781.21
1642.5
1977.57
166362.255
1.56
0.84
0.70
9 11, 15, 16, 48, 37, 65, 76
3, 4, 5, 7, 11, 12, 14,
16, 18, 20, 21, 22, 23,
26, 32, 36, 37, 38, 40,
48, 49, 50, 51,
58, 97, 60
58,63,64, 65, 70, 71,
72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 90,
92, 93, 94, 54, 62
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Table 35: Medium to high wattage incandescent lights to be replaced by compact fluorescent lights
Origina l Lighting Fixture
Watts
# of laps per fixture
number of fixtures
Energy Use (kWh)
75W Incandescant 100W Incandescent
120W Incandescant 150 W Incandescent
75
100
120
150
1
1
1
1
105
12
26
141
25869.375
7884
20498.4
69477.75
R e comme nde d R e pla ce me nt
Watts
# of laps per fixture
number of fixtures
Cost
Total Cost
Energy Use (kWh)
P a yba ck
20W Energy Star CF
17
1
105
8.99
943.95
5863.725
0.52
35W CF
50
1
12
7
84
1971
0.16
50W CF
50
1
26
7
182
4270.5
0.12
50W CF
50
1
141
7
987
23159.25
0.23
10, 42, 58, 5, 9
5
97
6, 8, 10, 20, 22, 24, 38,
39, 41, 5, 62, 43
Applicable Replacement in Buildings
Table 36: Potential HID fixtures to be retrofitted by compact fluorescent lights
Origina l Lighting Fixture
Watts
# of laps per fixture
number of fixtures
Energy Use (kWh)
R e comme nde d R e pla ce me nt
Watts
# of laps per fixture
number of fixtures
Cost
Total Cost
Energy Use (kWh)
P a yba ck
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50W MR16
50
1
951
156201.75
75W Flood
75
1
63
15521.625
120W Flood
120
1
18
14191.2
LED Mini Spot (5W)
5
1
951
29
27579
15620.175
2.16
20W Energy Star CF
17
1
63
25
1575
3518.235
1.44
50W CF
50
1
18
7
126
2956.5
0.12
3, 4, 5, 7, 11, 12, 14, 16,
18, 20, 21, 22, 23, 26,
32, 36, 37, 38, 40, 48,
58, 97, 60
49, 50, 51, 58,63,64, 65,
70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75,
76, 90, 92, 93, 94, 54, 62
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Table 37: Potential mercury vapour fixtures to be retrofitted by T-8 high bay fixtures
Origina l Lighting Fixture
Watts
# of laps per fixture
number of fixtures
Energy Use (kWh)
1000 W Mercury Vapour 400 W Mercury Vapour 400W Sodium Vapour
1000
400
400
1
1
1
10
7
4
65700
9198
5256
R e comme nde d R e pla ce me nt
Watts
# of laps per fixture
number of fixtures
Cost
Total Cost
Energy Use (kWh)
Pa yba ck
T8 High Bay
324
6
10
204
2040
10643.4
0.41
T8 High Bay
324
6
7
204
1428
7450.38
8.98
T8 High Bay
324
6
4
204
816
4257.36
8.98
8
8
41
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Table 38: Potential metal halide fixtures to be retrofitted by T-8 high bay fixtures
Origina l Lighting Fixture
Watts
# of laps per fixture
number of fixtures
Energy Use (kWh)
R e comme nde d R e pla ce me nt
Watts
# of laps per fixture
number of fixtures
Cost
Total Cost
Energy Use (kWh)
Pa yba ck
100W Metal Halide 400W Metal Halide
400W Metal Halide
100
400
400
1
1
1
14
8
6
9198
10512
7884
35W CF
50
1
14
7
98
2299.5
0.16
T8 High Bay
324
6
8
204
1632
8514.72
8.98
T8 High Bay
324
6
6
204
1224
6386.04
8.98
66
42
41
Applicable Replacement in Buildings
Note that in applications over 25’ above finish floor, T5HO tends to outperform T8 on a lifecycle basis; below 20’
T8 outperforms T5H0, and the client’s option can be chosen between 20’ and 25’ above finish floor.
Enhancing old T8 light fixtures with newer T8 lamps:
Money and energy can also be saved by refitting existing T8s with Energy Advantage T8 lamps without changing
ballasts. Lamps are available in 25W, 28W, and 30W. 25W extra long life bulbs are also available. Replacing
existing magnetic ballasts with electronic ballasts will also enhance the savings.
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Even modern T8 lighting systems can be retrofit with more advanced technology without changing ballasts. The
30W T8 model delivers comparable light to standard 32W T8 lamps at a savings of 2 watts per lamp (6%). By
replacing a standard 32WT8 with an Energy Advantage 25WT8, WLU would save 7 watts per lamp instantly. This
equals a $21 energy savings over the rated average life of the lamp, although the 25W T8 model delivers slightly
lower light output (10%) than standard 32W T8s. Both Energy Advantage models also achieve higher rated
average life and provide higher colour rendering than standard 32W T8 lamps. A light measurement should be
conducted in the area before replacing any existing lamps with lower output lamps in order to maintain the
IESNA -recommended light level.
Table 39: Potential T-8's which may be retrofitted with newer low wattage T-8’s
Origina l Lighting Fixture
Watts
# of laps per fixture
number of fixtures
Energy Use (kWh)
R e comme nde d R e pla ce me nt
Watts
# of laps per fixture
number of fixtures
Cost
Total Cost
Energy Use (kWh)
Pa yba ck
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32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
16505
3470011.2
Straight Replamping to 25W
25
2
16505
7.00
231,070.00
2710946.25
1.67
Most buildings
Exterior lighting:
Replacing Existing site lighting with Metal Halide systems:
Metal Halides are very commonly utilized in exterior applications. Pulse Start Metal Halide offers less colour
shift, faster warm up and re-strike times, less lumen depreciation, higher initial lumens and in some cases longer
life. A good way to describe Pulse Start is more light output for the same energy input. A 400W Pulse Start lamp
generates around 73 lumens per Watt (LPW), which is a significant improvement over older technologies. The
newest form of Metal Halide is high wattage Ceramic Metal Halide. Ceramic Metal Halide operates on Pulse Start
ballast. The biggest advantage Ceramic Metal Halide offers over Pulse Start is better Colour Rendering. The CRI
of a 400W Ceramic Metal Halide is around 92-94. This is much better than any other HID system available and a
real advantage for many end users including Retailers, Quality Control and Manufacturing.
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Replacing Existing site lighting with High Pressure Sodium systems:
High Pressure Sodium is a commonly utilized light source for exterior applications for a variety of reasons, most
notably because it has a long life (24000 hours or more) and it can produce around 97 LPW. The good CRI
(around 22) and colour temperature (2200) make this an acceptable choice.
Replacing Existing site lighting with LED systems:
Outside of accent lighting replacement, exterior pole lighting is the only application in which LED has acceptable
paybacks (5-10 year); however, a LED High Power Street Light 120W, 12,600 Lumens, is designed to retrofit into
the same fixture as a 400W metal halide, and has 100LPW, but has only half the lumen output of a 400W lamp.
If reduced lighting levels, or increased poles would be acceptable for some locations, a lighting consultant could
provide guidance on what would be required. LEDs are also cost effective in exterior building mounted lighting.
6.2.11.1.1 LIGHTING CONTROLS
In addition to retrofitting lighting fixtures and lamps, an opportunity exists to retrofit buildings or spaces with
enhanced lighting controls.
Dimming and occupancy sensing controls save energy and are viable options for most fluorescent lighting. Some
of the benefits include:
-Reduced energy cost
-More convenience
-Increased safety and security
-Flexibility
-Compliance with building energy codes
Lighting control can be achieved with one of three strategies described below:
Centralized Conventional Control:
Providing a centralized lighting control panel in each building allows better monitoring and control of the lighting
system, which increases the energy saving however it requires more wiring and adds an additional initial cost for
the system. A typical timing strategy would be to have the system switch off the majority of the lights (not the
circulation/safety lights) when the
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spaces are likely to be empty (i.e. before the work period, intermissions, lunch-time, end of the work period,
after the cleaners have left), and provide local switches in the space for occupant to turn on only the lights they
require on each re-entry to the space can achieve 20% savings on lighting costs.
Centralized Addressable Control:
Centralized Addressable Control is the same as the conventional control except that the cost of wiring is much
lower due to minimum requirements for rewiring; however, the capital cost of the panel is higher.
Localized Control:
Localized control consists of replacing the entire manual on/off switches with occupancy sensors with no lighting
control panel. This eliminates the initial cost associated with the extra wiring and the centralized panel and still
allow for energy savings by minimizing the use of the luminaries, however the system cannot be monitored and
no centralized controlled is allowed which limits the system flexibility.
Table 40: Lighting Control Strategies
Method Strategy
Occupancy sensors
Manual vs. Automatic
Turn the lights on or off automatically based on
whether space is occupied
Scheduled automatic shut-off at end of Turn selected lights on or off automatically
workday switching panels, time-clocks based on schedule when space is predictably
unoccupied
Lighting or building automation system
Scheduled automatic shut-off of select Turn off one or two lamps in each fixture or
checkerboard fixtures automatically for load
control loads (bi-level switching) during peak
demand periods, time-clocks or building shedding during peak demand periods
automation system
Turn selected circuit on and off manually to
Bi-level switching using wall switches
controlling lighting system layered as
achieve ON, 50% light level, and OFF
two separate circuits
Multilevel switching using photo sensor Turn the lights off automatically based on
and low-voltage relay
available ambient daylight
In some applications existing ballasts can be replaced with dimmable ballasts accompanied with either manual
dimmers or photocells to automatically dim the light in order to maintain a preset light level.
There is a capital cost associated with specifying dimmable ballasts (50% more than non-dimmable ballasts),
however the introduction of daylight controlled switching can achieve 20% savings, with a pay-back period of 2-3
years with the maximum use of daylight subject to building orientation and room configuration within the
building.
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Table 41: Potential dimming strategies
Method
Dimming
Strategy
Dimming control of smaller loads using
wall-box and remote dimmers
Dimming control of larger loads using
control stations and dimming panels
Daylight harvesting using photo sensor,
controller and dimmable ballast
Adaptive compensation using dimming
panels and scheduling device such as
time-clock
Peak shaving and load shedding using
dimming panels and scheduling or
control device
Manual vs. Automatic
Adjust light output manually based on
space need or personal preference
Adjust light output manually based on
space need or personal preference
Adjust light output automatically to
maintain target light level as daylight
enters space
Adjust light output automatically to
provide lower light levels at night based on
studies about human lighting preferences
Adjust light output automatically during
peak demand periods and/or manually
based on utility request to curtail load
While lighting controls area popular measures on university campuses and are being widely advised as the ‘right’
way to achieve energy savings, WLU intends to first attempt to control energy use by lighting through
6.2.12 POWER QUALITY AND OTHER FACTORS AFFECTING POWER CONSUMPTION
Improving Power Factor for Large Loads:
Power factor is the ratio between the electrical power billed for and actual power used. As an example, a 0.8
power factor means that only 80% of the energy supplied by utility is utilized. Power factor can be improved by
adding capacitor banks, which can improve the power factor up to 95%. A study should be conducted in order to
determine the accurate capacitor bank size in order to achieve the optimum saving. These capacitors can be
added at each building, or centrally for a whole account. The electrical account that would reap the most benefit
is the main campus (if not already complete). Other buildings to look at on a priority basis might include 58, 91,
39, 66 and 45, (solely on the basis of total electricity use by these buildings.)
Assessment of the existing power system:
Assessment for the whole power system may include thermo-scans for all the electrical panels, and Meggar
testing for all the power cables. Although power system equipment replacements save very small amounts of
energy by reducing heat loss through electrical resistance in the power equipment, this assessment will also help
identify the systems that are already aging and have to be replaced, keeping WLU’s electrical systems safe and
up-to-date.
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6.2.13 WATER USE REDUCTION RETROFIT
By using current best practice low flow fixtures and reducing water use consumption (about 50% less than the
LEED-defined baseline), domestic hot water load can also be reduced. The two easiest and most efficient
retrofits of this type are shower head and lavatory aerator retrofits, the average cost and payback of which are
shown in the table below.
It is assumed that that two thirds of the student body is on campus 8 hours per day, 5 days per week, 8 months
per year; that the residences are 70% occupied and that each occupant uses the shower for 5 minutes once
every 36 hours for 8 months.
Table 42: Water and Water Heating Savings for Water Efficiency Retrofits
As can be seen from Table 42, aggressive shower head retrofits will yield very quick paybacks, even if the
showerheads used need to be costly. Lavatory faucet aerators are similarly short payback items.
Replacing toilet and urinal flush valves are longer payback endeavours; toilet flush valves can be retrofitted
down to 6 litres per flush for a 9.4 year payback (or, a more reasonable payback if highly traffic washrooms are
prioritized.) Urinal flush valve replacement is not feasible.
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RENEWABLE ENERGY ALTERNATIVES
As part of WLU’s energy management plan, renewable energy alternatives should be considered in order to
offset some of the energy consumed, thereby reducing CO2 emissions associated with energy consumption.
The following is a list of appropriate renewable energy technologies for WLU:
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Solar PV generated electricity
Solar water heating
Solar air heating
Wind generated electricity
Geo-exchange heating and cooling
Each of the technologies listed above was evaluated for its financial feasibility and CO2 emissions offsets using
RETscreen, a renewable energy simulation tool developed by National Resources Canada. Space considerations
were also taken into account when recommending the renewable technologies.
7.2 SOLAR PV GENERATED ELECTRICITY
As one of the technologies included in the OPA’s new Feed in Tariff Program (FIT), Solar Photovoltaic (PV) has
become an attractive and affordable renewable energy option – with paybacks in the 10-15 year range,
depending on the size and type of installation.
Solar PV generates electricity when exposed to
sunlight, and therefore works best in unobstructed
areas such as a rooftop or an open field. Solar PV
systems are composed of groups of solar modules
called arrays, which generate direct current (DC)
electricity when sunlight hits the surface of a PV
cell. Each PV module contains a number of PV
cells in a series arrangement, and modules are
also arranged in series to provide appropriate
voltage output, as shown in Figure 25.
Unfortunately, due to the nature of this
configuration, a small amount of shading can
Figure 25: Roof top mounted PV on the Horse Palace at the CNE
render an entire string of modules useless, thus
Source: Exhibition Place
significantly reducing capacity. Additional
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components of the system include inverters, which are used to convert the generated DC electricity to AC, which
can then be fed back into the grid. A metering system for the installation is typically installed by the local
electricity distribution company.
For WLU, PV arrays would ideally be located facing south, angled between 30 to 50 degrees from horizontal,
preferably on a rooftop close to a main electrical feed line. A good example of a south facing location where
solar PV can be integrated onto includes the roof of the science building shown in Figure 26. The area
highlighted in red represents a potential mounting point for solar PV, which may reduce the cost of material
needed to secure and hold the solar PV panels.
Figure 26: South facing area where solar PV may be integrated
It is important to consider the additional load of a solar PV system on the roof and a structural engineer should
be consulted prior to installation. Systems below 50kW are not considered a major load; however, the structural
effect can be substantial with larger installations.
Using a RETscreen model, the payback and cash flow shown in Figure 27 can be realized for a 240kW project.
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Figure 27: Payback Analysis for Solar PV
Results indicate an equity payback of about 8 years, based on the OPA’s FIT prices $0.713 for a solar PV system
between 10 to 250 kW at a system cost of $8.50/Watt. The system would produce close to 338 MWh and
displace 68.5 tons of CO2 annually, equivalent to almost 24 hectares of forest absorbing carbon. A copy of the
RETscreen results can be found in Appendix D.
7.3 SOLAR WATER HEATING
Solar thermal technology is a great renewable
energy option for WLU, as it has high domestic hot
water usage due to a large student population in
campus dormitories as well as an Olympic sized
pool.
Solar thermal collectors are used to
concentrate and collect the sun’s radiation on a
surface, which is in contact with flowing water – the
result is a transfer of heat, which increases the
water temperature. Two major types of solar water
collectors exist: flat plate collectors, shown in
Figure 28, and evacuated tube collectors, shown in
Figure 29. The former is a relatively simple and Figure 28: Rooftop mounted flat-plate solar water heating
robust technology while the later is typically a higher system
Source: Enerworks
performing option, but comes with a cost premium.
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Like solar PV, solar water heaters work best in unobstructed areas
such as a rooftop or an open field, but are not as prone to capacity
loss due to partial shading. The collectors would also be located
facing south and angled between 30 to 50 degrees from horizontal
(typically the higher value to allow snow to slide off the collectors
during the winter). Ideally, the solar water heating system would
be located close to a mechanical room that provides hot water to
the campus in order to minimize the amount of energy loss and
costs associated with insulated piping. It is also important to
consider the additional load of a solar water heating system on the
roof and it is recommended that a structural engineer should be
consulted prior to installation.
Figure 29: Evacuated Tube Solar Collectors
Source: Viessmann
Using a RETscreen model, the payback and cash flow shown in
Figure 30 can be realized for a system composed of 200 collectors.
Figure 30: Payback Analysis for a solar water heating system
Results indicate an equity pay back of about 27 years, based on an estimate of $1,260/m2, including the price of
tanks, piping and installation, as well as solar thermal energy incentives. The system would save close to 425.4
MWh of energy or 57655 m3 of natural gas and can displace 100 tons of CO2 annually, which is equivalent to 36
hectares of forest absorbing carbon or 21 cars and light trucks off the road. A copy of the RETscreen results can
be found in Appendix D.
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7.4 SOLAR AIR HEATING
Solar air heating is an excellent solar energy technology which operates on relatively simple principals. The sun
warms the surface of the solar collector, which is made of perforated metal, and outside air is drawn through the
tiny perforations, thus heating the air through heat transfer. This air is then ducted into an existing air intake or
to the air handling units, where can be further heated if required, and distributed as necessary. During the
summer months when cooling is required, a by-pass damper is used to draw air from an alternate source and the
air within the solar collector is vented into the atmosphere. Figure 31 is an example of a solar wall integrated
onto the building façade of a school building.
Figure 31: SolarWall installed on the south wall of a school
Source: SolarWall
SolarWall’s are ideally located near the mechanical room housing the air handling units, so that additional cost
for constructing ducts to divert the preheated air to the AHU can be minimized. For a retrofit, SolarWall may be
integrated onto or over existing air intake louvers and additional louver may need to be added at a separate
location for air intake during the summer months. An example of a good location where SolarWall may be
integrated is south facing wall of the mechanical room of the Athletic center as shown in Figure 32.
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Figure 32: Potential Location for a SolarWall retrofit
As mentioned earlier, if a SolarWall were to be retrofitted onto the south mechanical wall, additional louvers for
fresh air intake which by pass the SolarWall will be required for when the outdoor air temperature gets too hot
and no longer requires preheating.
Using RETscreen, a model of the Science building was evaluated and an estimated cash flow and payback, shown
in Figure 33 can be realized for a system composed of 100m2 of collectors.
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Figure 33: Payback Analysis for a Solar Air Heating System
Results indicate an equity pay back of about 7 years, based on an estimate of $270/m2 including a 50%
renewable energy incentive (25% provincial, 25% federal, each one up to a maximum of $40,000). The system
would saved close to 42 MWh or 6486 m3 of natural gas and displace 11 tons of CO2 annually, which is equivalent
to 3.9 hectares of forest absorbing carbon or 2.3 cars and light trucks off the road. A copy of the RETscreen
results can be found in Appendix D.
7.5 WIND GENERATED ELECTRICITY
Contrary to belief, wind generated electricity is a viable
resource in Ontario, with many parts considered to have
excellent wind conditions. Wind north-west of the waterloo
region wind is expected to be in the range of 5.5-6m/s, which is
between marginal and acceptable for wind power generation.
The waterloo area itself does not have sufficient wind speed to
make wind power generation financially feasible and larger
wind power generators, as shown in Figure 34, have restrictions
on how close they can be to a populated area. Therefore it is
recommended that a partnership for erecting a wind turbine off
campus in a location suited for wind generation is considered.
Using data from the Ontario Wind Atlas (Figure 35), a RETscreen
model was developed. The cash flow and payback can be
realized for a 600kW wind turbine with a hub height of 40m.
Figure 34: Vestas V44 wind turbine
Source: thewindpower.net
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Figure 35: Wind speed conditions for Waterloo and surrounding area
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Figure 36: Payback Analysis for a Wind Turbine
Results indicate an equity pay back of about 12 years, based on an estimated cost of $770,000 for a 600kW
turbine, including costs for auxiliary equipment as well as operations and maintenance costs. The system would
produce close to 1185 MWh and displace 238 tons of CO2 annually which is equivalent to 82 hectares of forest
absorbing carbon or 48 cars and light trucks being taken off the road. A copy of the RETscreen results can be
found in Appendix D.
7.6 GEO-EXCHANGE SOURCED HEATING AND COOLING
Geo-exchange systems, also known as earth energy systems or
geothermal heat pump systems take advantage of the thermal
storage properties of the earth to heat and cool buildings. This
heat 'exchange' that occurs between the ground (the source of
energy) and the building is accomplished by using standard heat
pump and compressor technology. The principals behind a geoexchange system is similar to a typical hydronic heat pump system
– heat is extracted or released into a water loop using either a
chiller or boiler respectively – the only difference in a geoexchange system is that the ground is the source of heating or
cooling.
As the type and size of heat exchange system applied is dependent
on the site geology, site testing should be conducted to confirm if
earth source exchange is a feasible approach for this project. For Figure 37: Potential Locations for Geo-exchange
wells
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WLU, due to space constraints, a vertical thermal well geo-thermal system seems the most feasible. Figure 37
details potential locations for geo-exchange wells, highlighted in red; they include the drop off area just south of
the Alvin Woods building and the parking lot west of the library. These locations are ideally located near
mechanical rooms, which may reduce installation costs due to reduced trench length.
Using RETscreen, a 24,600 m2 building was modeled with geo-exchange heat pump system. The cash flow and
payback, shown in Figure 38, can be realized for a system sized to meet both peak heating and cooling loads for
the building. A copy of the RETscreen results can be found in Appendix D.
Figure 38: Payback Analysis for a Geo-exchange system
Results indicate an equity pay back of about 14 years, based on an estimate of $477,500 for a geo-exchange
system sized for peak heating and cooling loads. Shorter payback times of 12 years are possible for systems
sized for meeting peak cooling, where peak heating will be provided by high efficient boilers. A system sized for
peak cooling would save close to 205,000 m3 of natural gas and displace 225.6 tons of CO2 annually which is
equivalent to 78 hectares of forest absorbing carbon or 46 cars and light trucks being taken off the road. A copy
of the RETscreen results can be found in Appendix C.
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NEW CONSTRUCTION ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN
In order to minimize the need to engage in continual energy retrofit behaviours on campuses, it is highly
advisable to develop a policy and plan to ensure that new construction projects incorporate as many energy
efficiency, renewable energy, and sustainable opportunities as practical.
This section outlines considerations which should be incorporated into a building designed for energy efficiency,
and also discusses methods of ensuring these are build.
8.2 GREEN BUILDING RATING SYSTEMS
8.2.9
LEED CANADA FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION
The LEED™ rating system is a globally recognized standard for leading edge buildings that combine occupant
health and high-performance advantages with reduced environmental impacts. Requiring a building certified
under the LEED system, which is being overhauled this year to include a much more stringent energy efficiency
focus, provides building owners assurance that design teams working for them will at least consider green
measures in the following categories:
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Sustainable Sites
Water Efficiency
Energy and Atmosphere (mandatory energy efficiency achievement expected in 2010)
Materials and Resources
Indoor Environmental Quality
Innovation in Design
Regional Priority (this category is expected to launch in 2010)
Some of the many benefits of LEED certification of projects are public recognition for green design achievement;
verification and documentation of achievement of sustainability goals, accountability for the design team; and,
an easy to understand way of demonstrating compliance with the university’s goals. Many institutions using this
program assign mandatory targeted points for every project; or, it can be used to set specific goals for each
project prior to bringing designers on board.
The primary downside to the LEED program is the cost: a minimum $30,000 extra project cost is required to
successfully administer the program on top of any extra cost associated with sustainability measures.
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8.2.10 ASHRAE 189.1P – STANDARD FOR THE DESIGN OF HIGH-PERFORMANCE GREEN BUILDINGS
Written in code-intended language, ASHRAE 189.1P will be available soon, and could allow WLU to prescribe
Green Building without participating in an externally evaluated rating system. Although the loss is a reduction in
the level of accountability, this standard will, by applying the minimum set of prescriptive recommendations,
lead to site energy savings ranging from 10 to 41 percent over Standard 90.1-2007, includes ways to account for
and limit plug and process loads and all other energy consumption for the building, and is intended to reduce
overall site energy by an average of 24.9 percent for all climates. The proposed standard also provides indoor
water savings of 26-35 percent for many building types.
8.2.11 GREEN GLOBES – BREEAM / ARCHITECTURE 2030 / THE LIVING BUILDING CHALLENGE
Outside of the most popular, most heavily administered Green Building rating system, there are several other
respected or more ambitious rating systems available. Consideration of these tools as an alternative to LEED by
design teams on a project by project basis could provide WLU with more flexible, but ultimately still
environmentally responsive, new buildings.
Several of these programs challenge designers to create net-zero energy buildings. Others provide more flexible
and less stringent tools with which to evaluate and direct fast tracked designs (Green Globes, for example) while
still providing the option of a certification path.
8.2.12 ENERGY ONLY – ASHRAE 90.1 / MODEL NATIONAL ENERGY CODE FOR BUILDINGS/
OBC 2006
While all buildings in Ontario must meet minimum energy performance guidelines as set out in the Ontario
Building Code in 2006, it is possible to only prescribe design energy performance, rather than using a more
holistic rating system and approach. In many cases, incentive money is available to help the university pay the
building designers to evaluate their design against either ASHRAE 90.1 or the Canadian Model National Energy
Code for Buildings (MNECB) and provide further incentives when a building project meeting minimum standard
performance above and beyond this standard is tendered.
To allow the University to track all of its own buildings’ actual built performances relative the simulations
performed in the design stage, it is recommended that the WLU require all consultants to evaluate the designs
using the same simulation software, and that the contracts with the consultants stipulate that not only the
simulation results, but also the simulation files be provided to WLU at completion of the project, for their
records.
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A program with significant limitations, but which is free, widely used in Canada, and which is recognized by the
incentive programs currently operating in Ontario (until 2012 minimum) is EE4, which runs on a DOE-2 energy
simulation engine.
In our opinion, the minimum the University should require from any new building should be:
• Achievement of a minimum targeted energy performance relative to MNECB of 35%, calculated using
LEED methodology and energy modeling procedures.
• Use of Integrated Design Process to guarantee coordinated, consistent design approaches.
This should be achieved through judicious and integrated of a variety of design approaches, which are detailed
below.
8.3 PROCESS LOADS
Electrical loads should be minimized through selection of efficient appliances and fixtures by the owner. A wide
variety of Energy Star appliances are now available.
8.4 DAYLIGHTING
Traditionally, day lighting design is misunderstood as filling an occupied space with an abundant amount of light,
which can introduce glare and uncontrolled heat gain. Successful day lighting design, however, involves a careful
balance and control of heat gain and loss through a variety of strategies, calculations and simulations. Proper
day lighting design is a function of building geometry, materials and finishes. When properly designed, day
lighting benefits occupant health and well-being, provides the intended ambience, and reduces electrical energy
consumption.
New buildings can utilize day lighting strategies such as a clerestory of “pop-up” roof elements with strategically
placed vertical glazing and a light well that resembles a reflective shaft, topped by a north sloped skylight or
monitor, extending from the roof to the level it is to illuminate. The light well can be integrated with passive
ventilation. There are also solar tracking skylights that optimize daylight collection and distribution. Other
strategies include innovative application of shading devices, light shelves, high efficiency glazing, atria,
courtyards, fibre-optic day lighting solutions (e.g. Hybrid Solar Lighting), material finishes, and geometry of the
building.
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8.5 OPPORTUNITIES FOR NATURAL VENTILATION
Successful implementation of natural ventilation will require an in-depth understanding of Waterloo’s microclimate as well as the use of simulation tools such as computational fluid dynamic (CFD) simulations or bulk air
flow models. Ideally, natural ventilation will be considered in conjunction with the displacement ventilation
option. A hybrid mixed-mode ventilation system will minimize ventilation fan energy consumption while
ensuring thermal comfort levels are maintained during peak heating and cooling conditions. A number of
opportunities may be available for natural ventilation, including a combination of operable windows, stack
effect, wind towers, solar chimney, and/or large open atrium space.
Figure 39: Hybrid Ventilation Concepts
8.6 ENVELOPE AND GLAZING PERFORMANCE CRITERIA
The building energy profile - a function of the building envelope and structure - consists of passive and active
elements of the mechanical system.
In the early stages of the design phase of a new building, the team should use an integrated design approach
backed up by advanced building energy modelling to establish the most energy efficient building envelope. The
envelope should be appropriate to the local microclimate and to the intended building use type.
Building envelopes designed for energy performance typically reduce peak as well as overall heating and cooling
loads on the building which in turn lowers the size, capital cost, and ongoing operating cost of the mechanical
system. High performance envelopes can work in synergy with mechanical systems to provide significant
comfort improvements.
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The key components of the building envelope include:
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Envelope insulation: Energy simulations can help determine the ideal insulation levels as well as where
return on investment diminishes. The amount of insulation is typically a function of the amount and
quality of glazing, building orientation and shape, etc. As a general guideline, R35 walls and R45 roof is
typically recommended for Canadian climate. Overall glazing performance should ideally around R8.
Insulation is strongly recommended for ground and any below grade walls.
Glazing properties: The fenestration system should include insulated fibreglass frames or thermally
broken aluminum frames and insulated edge spacers. To achieve R-8 insulation, insulated glass units
(IGU) should to be triple-glazed with a low E coating. Modelling of the windows and building would help
determine optimal low E coat properties for each face of the building.
Air-tightness: Avoid accidental air exchange and to provide controlled ventilation with heat recovery. Air
leakage can represent a very significant portion of annual heating and cooling energy. The recommended
envelope tightness is 0.04 air changes per hour (ACH).
Thermal bridging: Minimize thermal bridging, which has the potential to reduce the effectiveness of
otherwise well insulated envelope by half while increasing potential for other problems, such as
condensation and mildew.
8.7 RADIANT HEATING
Radiant heating is a much more effective means of delivering heat and also decouples ventilation and thermal
comfort, which reduces the amount of air needed from AHUs and rooftop units, supplying only what will keep
occupants happy (ASHRAE 62.1 rates with or without CO2 sensors). This reduces the amount of fan energy used
significantly in addition to making spaces more comfortable for occupants.
Hydronic in-slab radiant systems use large surface areas and moderate water temperatures for both heating and
cooling. Radiant hydronic tubing is embedded in the ceiling, floor and/or walls to distribute heating and cooling
throughout the building. This system is most effective and efficient when embedded in the concrete of a heavy
mass building.
Capillary tube technology, a form of radiant hydronic system, has smaller diameter tubing than conventional
systems. Capillary mats can be mounted in gypsum wall board on ceilings, walls, and/or floors. The benefits of
this system include superior thermal comfort, stable space temperatures, lower energy and operating costs, and
increased response time. This is particularly useful in residential applications.
Unlike forced air systems, the large surface area of radiant systems enables use of low grade heat for heating
(30-35C supply to slab) and relatively warm water for cooling (15-20C). Possible heating and cooling sources
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which may be used for this system include ground source heating/cooling, solar hydronic heating, and recovered
waste heat.
8.8 DEDICATED OUTDOOR AIR SYSTEM VENTILATION
When providing thermal comfort through the use of radiant heating, the option of using a dedicated outdoor air
system (DOAS) becomes feasible. A DOAS does not re-circulate any air as with conventional systems but instead
supplies a relatively small volume of 100% outdoor air, typically at a rate of <1 air change per hour at 20
cfm/person. A DOAS does not provide space heating. If cooling is required, a DOAS can provide limited capacity,
or be upsized to provide higher air volumes which are sufficient to provide the required cooling, provided that
outdoor air conditions are appropriate.
8.9 HEAT RECOVERY ON AIR HANDLING AND ROOFTOP UNITS
A heat recovery ventilator (HRV) is an air handling unit (typically 100% outdoor air) that contains two fans and a
heat exchanger. The supply and exhaust airstreams pass through the heat exchanger to reclaim heat from the
exhaust air and use it pre-heat the supply air, saving energy. Only heat is transferred – the two air streams
remain completely separate. This type of system is able to recover a large percentage of heat from the exhaust
air and transfer it to the incoming air dramatically reducing the energy required to heat the outdoor air.
8.10 GROUND SOURCE HEATING AND COOLING
As discussed in section 6.5, geo-exchange systems take advantage of the thermal storage properties of the earth
to heat and cool buildings. Heat is extracted or released into a water loop, which is then either heated or chilled
using a heat pump coupled to a geo-exchange system which acts as a source or sink. The type and size of geoexchange system will be dependent on the site geology and site testing should be conducted to confirm if earth
source exchange is a feasible approach for this project. If site geology is favourable, this system would provide
free heating energy for the building as well as a heat rejection sink for space cooling. This thermal energy source
provides water and air tempering at moderate temperatures and requires the use of mechanical heating and
cooling systems that operate effectively at these temperatures. When well integrated in the overall system,
earth source exchange systems consume small amounts of electricity using highly efficient heat pumps in lieu of
high amounts of energy that are required to run boilers, chillers, cooling towers, air conditioning units and
condensers.
8.11 HIGH EFFICIENT VENTILATION SYSTEM
The design of high efficiency ventilation and air handling systems accomplishes the following goals:
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Strongly considers de-coupled heating/cooling and ventilation systems (dedicated outdoor air supply
systems), so that precisely the amount of fresh air required can be supplied without affecting comfort
heating and cooling.
Limit the total pressure drop of the supply and extract system at normal operation to only 280Pa
Utilise ultra low pressure elements within the air handling equipment
Natural ventilation, such as the use of self-powered wind cowls exhaust air from the seminar spaces
directed through the corridors.
To reduce the fan power, additional air dampers are included within the AHU design to bypass
components if not required.
Electrostatic filters are used to minimize pressure drop across the panels.
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9.1
ENERGY CONSERVATION INCENTIVES
9.1.1 WATERLOO NORTH HYDRO ELECTRICITY RETROFIT INCENTIVE PROGRAM
The Electricity Retrofit Incentive Program (ERIP) was designed by the Ontario Power Authority (OPA) and
is being delivered in partnership with Waterloo North Hydro Inc. (WNH). The program offers incentives
to WNH customers for making effective energy efficient upgrades to their facilities. ERIP focuses on the
areas of lighting, motors, heating ventilation and air conditioning and overall electricity systems. These
areas cover the majority of and most important electricity upgrades businesses engage in.
ERIP is a limited time offer, and subject to available funding. Applications are accepted on a first come,
first serve basis. The deadline for project applications is December 31, 2010. Eligible projects must be
installed, in service, and delivering savings by December 1, 2011.
The ERIP program offers two incentive “tracks”: the prescriptive track or the custom track.
Prescriptive Track:
This track has predefined technologies with corresponding per-unit or performance-basis savings
measures. These projects will tend to involve replacements and upgrades to existing systems. The
incentive is based on what is installed.
Custom Track:
This track is for businesses using a more specific solution to electricity efficiency retrofitting. For these
projects, all technology equipment and systems are evaluated on the basis of their power and energy
performance improvement. The incentive offered is based specifically on the level of improvement.
Project guidelines, applications, worksheets, and qualifying lists are available on the WNH website
(http://www.wnhydro.com/savingenergy/erip/index.shtml).
9.1.2 ECOENERGY RETROFIT INCENTIVES FOR BUILDINGS
Natural Resources Canada's (NRCan) Office of Energy Efficiency (OEE) offers the ecoENERGY Retrofit
Incentive for Buildings, the commercial/institutional component of the ecoENERGY Retrofit financial
incentives for existing homes, buildings and industrial processes. Eligible projects receive up to $10 per
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gigajoule of estimated energy savings, 25 percent of eligible project costs or $50,000 per project. A preproject energy audit is required when applying for the incentive.
The eligible incentive is based on the lowest of the following three amounts:
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$10 per gigajoule (277.8 kilowatt hours) of estimated annual energy savings;
25 percent of eligible project costs; or
$50,000 per project ($250,000 per organization).
The total eligible incentive is paid after completion of the approved project and verification of the work.
The estimated payback must be at least one year, after taking into account incentives from all external
sources.
Organizations that own, manage or lease the following types of buildings can apply:
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Commercial and institutional buildings, including those owned by not-for-profit and religious
organizations
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Provincial, territorial and municipal buildings
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Multi-unit residential buildings (with a common entrance and at least four storeys or a footprint of
600 square meters or more)
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Mixed-use commercial/residential buildings
The key requirements to qualify for the ecoENERGY Retrofit Incentive for Buildings are:
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The area of each building cannot exceed 20 000 square meters (215 279 square feet)
Up to 10 buildings can be included in a project
Each building must be occupied for a similar purpose for at least 3 years
A pre-project energy audit is required, as described in the Application Guide (the energy audits
conducted by CRA and Cobalt meet the requirements of a pre-project energy audit)
The project must be completed within 12 months of approval
Projects should not be started until written approval from the OEE is received
The OEE will consider most proven energy efficiency retrofit measures. Typical projects include
improvements to lighting, building envelope, motors, controls, heating, ventilating and air conditioning
systems.
Additional information including forms, manuals and guidelines are available on OEE’s website
(http://oee.nrcan.gc.ca/commercial/financial-assistance/existing/retrofits/index.cfm?attr=0).
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9.1.3 ONTARIO POWER AUTHORITY (OPA) CONSERVATION FUND
The OPA established the Conservation Fund in 2005 to provide funding for action-oriented, sectorspecific electricity conservation pilot projects, thereby helping to build a culture of conservation in
Ontario. The goals of the Conservation Fund are to:
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build marketplace capability for the design, delivery, marketing and uptake of conservation
programs
test new or unique conservation program elements
use the results from pilot projects to help inform the development of future conservation programs
All projects must meet the following eligibility criteria to be considered for support:
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Funding is provided to incorporated organizations operating in Ontario. This may, for example,
include business corporations, non-profit corporations, foundations or co-operative corporations,
and may on a case-by-case basis include organizations in the broader public sector
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Projects must be consistent with the strategic objectives of the OPA to develop, coordinate and
stimulate electricity conservation
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Projects must help promote the development of a culture of conservation
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Projects must meet the goals of the Fund as described in the Fund Guidelines
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Projects must demonstrate a benefit to one or more sectors of Ontario’s economy
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Funding will not be provided to individuals
The OPA uses the following criteria to evaluate proposals:
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supports OPA program design and research needs and shows replication or scaling potential
supports Conservation Fund goals to build marketplace capability for the design, delivery, marketing
and uptake of conservation programs within the sector(s)
demonstrates strong design that will enable the project to achieve the stated objectives
strength and reasonableness of results measurement methodology, including performance
indicators, means of measurement and target results (qualitative and/or quantitative)
strength of engagement, communications and knowledge transfer strategy
importance of the targeted sector(s) to OPA strategic conservation objectives
alignment of project objectives with the energy issues facing the sector(s), including level of
awareness, conservation activities and current capacity strength of the vision for the sector(s)
beyond project timeframe, including further next steps and assessment of potential persistence of
energy savings
experience of organization and project team, and skills and knowledge needed to work in the
targeted sector
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strength of partnerships with organizations or stakeholders
leverage funding from other sources, including in-kind amounts
financial viability of proposal based on proposal budget, and the financial viability of applicant based
on financial statements
cost-effectiveness of project
overall quality and strength of proposal, including proposal, budget, timeline and all supporting
documents and, if the project has received prior funding, the strength of the business case made for
a continuation of funding for the initiative
Examples of eligible expenses for Conservation Fund projects include:
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Planning, feasibility studies and field tests, including costs for qualified professional and technical
consultants who are directly involved in the project
Costs for purchasing office supplies that are required to complete the project activities
Funding for workshops or other proceedings where the OPA is an active partner in content
development, where there is a sector-specific conservation focus, where the workshop is part of a
comprehensive sectoral engagement strategy, and where the event is deemed to be important in
seeding the development of a culture of conservation within a specific sector
Travel costs necessary to complete the project activity
Costs to consult and educate a community or sector about the proposed project activity, including
surveys, website development and other communication tools directly related to the project activity
Construction, renovation or modernization costs of facilities and structures essential for the project
The deadlines for the 2009 conservation fund applications have passed, however, it is recommended
that the OPA’s conservation fund website) be monitored for the 2010 funding schedule.
(http://www.powerauthority.on.ca/cfund/Page.asp?PageID=122&ContentID=6411
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9.1.4
UNION GAS ENERSMART ENERGY SAVINGS PROGRAMS
Union Gas has a number of financial incentives available for commercial building retrofits and new
construction.
The incentives may change from year to year, however, it is expected that the incentives for 2010 will be
similar to 2009. The incentives potentially applicable to WLU are as follows:
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Demand Control Kitchen Ventilation Units
• $1,000 per unit 0 to 4,999 cfm rated hood design
• $2,500 per unit 5,000 to 9,999 cfm rated hood design
• $2,000 per unit over 10,000 cfm rated hood design
Condensing Boilers – base load heating applications only
• $500 per unit up to 299 MBtu/h
• $2,000 per unit 300 to 999 MBtu/h
• $3,000 per unit over 1,000 MBtu/h
Heat Recovery Ventilators (HRV)
Custom Application Program
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• $0.05/m saved up to $15,000
The incentives listed above are for 2009 and are expected to be similar for 2010. For more information
or to set up a meeting, the local account manager is:
Mike Krewski
C/I Account Manager
Phone: 519 885-7460
Fax: 519 885-7540
Cell: 519 239-4467
[email protected]
9.2
INCENTIVES FOR RENEWABLE HEAT
9.2.1 ECOENERGY FOR RENEWABLE HEAT
The ecoENERGY for Renewable Heat program is a four-year, $36 million investment to:
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Increase the use of renewable thermal energy by industry, commercial businesses and institutions
Boost the amount of renewable thermal energy created for these sectors
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Contribute to cleaner air by helping Canadian businesses use less fossil fuel-based energy for space
and water heating in buildings across the country
The ecoENERGY for Renewable Heat program runs from April 1, 2007 to March 31, 2011. Incentives are
offered to the industrial/commercial/institutional sector to install active energy-efficient solar air and/or
water heating systems. Eligible projects must be completed and commissioned within nine (9) months of
the signing of a contribution agreement with NRCan. Preliminary estimates suggest that, by 2011, the
program will have supported installations in about 700 buildings.
ecoENERGY for Renewable Heat will offer an incentive to industrial, commercial and institutional
purchasers of solar heating systems. The anticipated Incentive amount is calculated as follows:
Performance Factor x Incentive Rate x Area of Collector.
Effective March 1, 2009, the program’s maximum payment for solar hot water projects increased from
$80,000 to $400,000. This will allow the ecoEnergy for Renewable Heat program to contribute to larger
infrastructure projects while stimulating economic activity across all regions.
More information on the ecoENERGY for Renewable Heat program can be found at OEE’s website
(http://ecoaction.gc.ca/ecoenergy-ecoenergie/heat-chauffage/index-eng.cfm).
9.2.2 ONTARIO SOLAR THERMAL HEATING INCENTIVE PROGRAM
Through the Ontario Solar Thermal Heating Incentive Program (OSTHI), the Ontario Government has
allocated up to $14.4 million dollars, available until March 31, 2011 to encourage entities in the
industrial, commercial and institutional sectors (“ICI Entities”) in Ontario to install qualifying solar
thermal heating equipment.
OSTHI is administered by the Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure (Ontario) and is similar to the federal
government’s ecoENERGY for Renewable Heat program, except the Ontario Program has the additional
criteria that the applicant must:
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Be an ICI entity situated in Ontario
Have submitted to NRCan, an application to ecoENERGY for Renewable Heat postmarked on or after
June 20, 2007, the date that the OSTHI Program was announced by the Government of Ontario
Submit with the completed ecoENERGY for Renewable Heat application to NRCan, a completed and
signed OSTHI Consent and Release Form, which permits the sharing of information between NRCan
and the Ontario Ministry of Energy
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Agree that if selected to receive an incentive under the Ontario Program, the equipment that is
funded through the Ontario Program shall be installed in its facilities located in Ontario
Release both NRCan and Ontario from any liability arising out of such sharing of information
Additional information on the OSTHI program, including application forms, can be found on the Ontario
Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure’s website.
(http://www.mei.gov.on.ca/english/energy/conservation/?page=OSTHI).
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9.3
INCENTIVES FOR RENEWABLE POWER
9.3.1 ECOENERGY FOR RENEWABLE POWER
ecoENERGY for Renewable Power will invest $1.48 billion to increase Canada's supply of clean electricity
from renewable sources such as wind, biomass, low-impact hydro, geothermal, solar photovoltaic and
ocean energy. It will encourage the production of 14.3 Terawatt hours of new electricity from renewable
energy sources, enough electricity to power about one million homes.
ecoENERGY for Renewable Power will provide an incentive of one cent per kilowatt-hour for up to 10
years to eligible low-impact, renewable electricity projects constructed until March 31, 2011.
Businesses, municipalities, institutions, and organizations are eligible to apply for the incentive. The
Qualifying Project must be of a total rated capacity of 1 megawatt (MW) or greater, with the exception
of wind energy projects.
More information on the ecoEnergy for Renewable Power program, including terms and conditions and
application materials, is available at OEE’s website.
(http://www.ecoaction.gc.ca/ecoenergy-ecoenergie/power-electricite/index-eng.cfm)
9.3.2 ONTARIO POWER AUTHORITY FEED-IN-TARIFF PROGRAM
The OPA launched the Ontario Feed-in-Tariff program (FiT) as required by the Ontario Green Energy Act
on September 24, 2009. The intention of this program is to encourage economic growth and a
sustainable energy supply for the province of Ontario. FiT enables project developers (ex. individuals,
companies, institutions) to develop electricity generation capacity through renewable energy sources.
This program offers premium pricing and standardized power purchase agreements (PPAs) to solar,
wind, biomass, biogas and water power projects. The majority of paybacks for renewable energy
technologies found in section 6 are based on FiT rates. The pricing offered in this program is some of the
most aggressive in North America and will enable Ontario to be a leader in renewable energy generation.
The FiT program will offer developers a streamlined review and approval process enabling projects to
reach operation more quickly. The FiT program has a specialized stream entitled “MicroFiT” for projects
less than 10kW in size and will be exempt from many of approvals including interconnection impact
assessments.
More information on the FiT program is available at: http://fit.powerauthority.on.ca
9.4
OTHER FINANCING PROGRAMS/OPTIONS
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9.4.1 INFRASTRUCTURE ONTARIO UNIVERSITY AND AFFILIATED COLLEGES LOAN PROGRAM
Since 2005, Infrastructure Ontario has enabled Ontario’s universities (and their affiliated colleges) to
access affordable financing for capital investments that support their position as world-class educational
institutions.
Universities and their federated and affiliated colleges can access affordable financing from
Infrastructure Ontario for any capital investments, including but not limited to:
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Construction or renovation of facilities (labs, recreational facilities, libraries, residences etc.)
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Energy efficiency projects (windows, doors, lighting, etc.)
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Water, hydro, HVAC and communications systems
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Accessibility improvements
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Vehicles and maintenance equipment
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Double cohort expansion projects
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Daycare projects
Additional information including current lending rates, program guidelines, and application materials can
be
found
on
Infrastructure
Ontario’s
website
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WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN
APPENDIX A: UTILITY ANALYSES
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN
CRA + COBALT ENGINEERING
1. Electricity Data
The following pages show how the 'average year electrical data' was used in the WLU report. Raw
electricity usage data was broken down into monthly electricity data (as shown below in the two figures)
by evenly splitting 60 day energy bills between the two months to more accurately reflect the month by
month energy use of the university. For each month, every year of data available (2006-2009 as
applicable) was averaged, to create an 'average' month-by-month energy use profile for each electrical
meter and associated buildings. Totalled, these provide an energy use profile for the whole campus.
Whole Campus Monthly Electricity Billing
Data
Electricity Use (kWh)
3100000
2900000
2700000
2008
2500000
2007
2300000
2009
2100000
1900000
JAN
FEB MAR APR MAY JUN
JUL AUG SEP
OCT NOV DEC
Whole Campus Estimated Monthly Electricity
Use
2900000
Electricity Use (kWh)
2007
2700000
2008
2500000
2009
2006
2300000
AVERAGE
YEAR
2100000
1900000
JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
ADDENDUM A
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN
CRA + COBALT ENGINEERING
Electrical Usage Data - Raw.
Building Number Building
1-9,11-25, 32,
36-37, 41-43
Main Campus
10
Seminary
25
St. Michael's Campus
26
Northdale Campus
38
232 King
39
202 Regina
40
209 Regina
45
50 University
46
266 Marsland
48
Lucinda House
49
Seagram House
50
205 Regina
51
195 Regina
53
University Stadium
54
81 Lodge
54
54
58
King St Residence
59
12 Lodge
61
89 Seagram
62
65 Lodge
63
165 Albert
64
80 Seagram
65
83 Seagram
66
Waterloo College Hall
67
150-152 Albert
67
68
14 Lodge
69
95 Seagram
70
Heidelberg House
71
St. Clements House
72
Conestogo House
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
73
St. Jacobs House
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
74
St. Agatha House
74
74
74
74
74
75
183 Albert
76
187 Albert
77
181 Albert
85
120 Duke
90
Carnegie Building
91
Grand River Hall
92
Old Post House
93
Wilkes House
93
93
93
93
93
93
93
97
Odeon Theatre
98
Student Centre
Data Analysis:
2006 Usage (kWh)
Oct-0 6
Nov-06
1,698,741
1,678,752
31,137
31,641
24,876
12,942
20,170
21,850
87,821
82,209
4,916
53,302
82,919
4,412
753
1,447
2,055
2,253
26,473
13,362
2,287
3,165
110,457
111,856
Account Number
187110-001
18482-001
453430-001
464045-027
183293-001
183324-001
239181-001
18691-001
63944-002
196234-001
61491-001
239175-001
239154-001
182841-001
240878-001
243011-001
242772-001
463039-001
463039-003
61491-006
240853-001
464045-028
453458-003
452767-001
458864-001
196234-005
196234-004
464045-001
453458-004
229211-001
229201-001
229221-001
64081-001
64091-001
226-8605 206-1212
64113-001
64129-001
64139-001
64146-001
64159-001
64164-001
64171-001
64180-001
64195-001
64206-001
64217-001
64221-001
64235-001
64244-001
64258-001
64015-001
64009-001
63992-001
63984-001
63978-001
63964-001
63956-001
63944-001
64077-001
64060-001
64052-001
64041-001
64033-001
64023-001
61653-001
196234-002
61491-004
C8825-800-610
74387-001
83742-001
74387-016
91213-001
91213-002
983
1,027
3,284
1,815
89,907
182
931
80,786
24,204
113,326
116,800
1,794
2,292
6,051
97,325
1,609
3,945
3,128
2,136
88,943
291
910
4,349
36,564
26,100
219,840
11,680
18,840
1,018
8,294
3,182
2,012
88,515
170
1,012
1,036
569
20,905
23,552
1,807
730
1,854
805
744
978
878
816
907
978
1,017
979
793
1,029
1,048
862
748
1,122
1,475
922
832
1,280
1,210
849
866
890
1,088
744
1,242
887
807
906
1,721
1,209
6,366
2,366
36,564
22,560
152,160
14,240
14,640
707
638
735
633
571
872
677
20,320
448
353
476
522
616
692
18,000
74,695
1,292
20,700
157,920
14,160
12,720
982
31,813
26,880
234,720
15,280
13,820
1,132
662
22,754
26,725
2,250
902
1,915
866
1,035
1,008
788
800
1,060
980
932
934
786
1,023
1,225
931
805
1,465
1,625
1,073
1,013
1,337
1,324
872
947
894
1,216
758
1,145
937
899
972
1,861
1,077
4,987
3,370
32,226
23,940
253,440
20,800
20,040
991
435
611
434
384
653
557
16,560
523
744
592
426
729
568
20,400
582
761
587
511
758
548
18,240
FEB
31
1.0
2,301,526
2,301,526
64,455
11,556
4,097
74,804
JAN
22,691
75,526
15,127
14,119
3,728
2,857
115,247
1,704
1,169
31
1.0
2,541,680
2,626,403
May-07
1,576,688
29,876
2,047
1,428
2,091
2,298
16,073
15,001
4,426
2,935
98,491
19,098
961
25,149
29,582
2,129
826
1,546
1,015
920
1,049
869
903
1,272
1,056
1,040
1,087
934
1,136
1,386
916
806
1,197
1,691
1,015
900
1,338
1,259
1,153
1,040
976
1,234
858
1,040
891
908
1,108
1,858
630
3,699
3,819
DEC
Apr-07
1,828,768
35,297
38,196
19,203
26,220
77,601
6,114
97,114
1,872
1,942
1,958
2,350
17,207
13,488
3,373
2,439
102,931
882
30
1.0
2,164,564
2,164,564
27,565
68,040
9,749
101,349
10,715
95,647
807
2,899
1,969
2,802
1,819
86,841
200
845
93,356
NOV
Mar-07
1,681,309
31,893
3,435
819
15,463
17,901
1,793
386
971
372
484
386
355
356
483
407
531
337
315
321
498
224
299
566
643
639
788
763
761
93
217
612
686
474
548
401
499
590
928
641
2,048
2,967
31
1.0
2,197,340
2,197,340
Feb-07
1,782,367
35,549
38,406
18,615
26,893
78,499
24,540
74,210
5,673
66,964
8,614
2,175
OCT
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
Jan-07
1,518,346
32,397
1,549
91213-003
91213-004
91213-005
91213-006
91213-007
91213-008
83742-003
74387-046
Days in the Month:
`
Total Monthly Electrical Usage (all WLU Owned Buildings):
Monthly Electrical Usage (Normalized to 31 day month:)
Dec-06
1,701,045
34,667
39,583
19,749
23,531
77,746
MAR
28
1.0
2,786,321
2,786,321
31
1.1
2,490,507
2,757,347
APR
30
1.0
2,739,655
2,739,655
73,797
27,475
23,580
106,560
8,000
12,840
615
380
431
363
386
525
489
12,320
MAY
31
1.0
2,160,365
2,232,377
2007 Usage (kWh)
Jun-07
Jul-07
1,488,803
1,741,538
28,616
30,380
31,263
17,690
23,867
27,061
93,240
106,934
4,769
30,747
27,357
10,295
1,155
1,322
1,825
2,350
10,022
0
14,371
2,846
4,326
97,799
109,496
165
1,603
2,689
3,495
1,777
1,874
69,134
86,678
106
1,034
678
544
16,850
20,149
2,229
760
1,708
915
831
991
929
645
662
768
837
769
700
838
1,067
687
805
965
937
708
617
859
853
635
924
648
707
896
898
561
532
649
1,236
817
4,689
1,927
34,705
31,193
29,460
29,340
123,840
119,040
12,160
8,240
20,640
18,840
-342
92
-256
-48
-224
-290
-390
367
12,000
JUN
31
1.0
2,394,065
2,473,867
Sep-07
1,923,348
30,633
26,557
106,817
3,635
23,815
25,632
29,747
Oct-07
1,949,949
30,507
24,834
11,724
18,153
92,398
Nov-07
1,905,492
36,431
AUG
29,954
25,800
118,080
17,200
16,440
756
700
656
623
531
813
763
16,720
702
866
626
673
1,064
989
19,840
SEP
31
1.0
2,596,352
2,596,352
OCT
30
1.0
2,598,806
2,598,806
1,700
3,101
1,578
1,940
17,018
12,732
3,210
2,317
118,207
2,388
132,069
31
1.0
2,809,165
2,902,804
124,421
131,706
1,470
3,477
2,977
1,994
1,854
84,250
181
323
105,549
4,733
2,951
2,261
81,468
255
449
71,998
1,103
381
15,442
17,774
1,651
596
953
717
556
651
860
661
566
387
632
753
471
773
843
660
810
710
402
1,114
591
646
581
449
0
524
674
728
629
497
531
517
979
635
2,024
2,134
30,367
27,360
129,600
20,960
17,280
1,002
93,308
1,454
628
702
251
295
344
43
620
13,360
25,884
71,532
5,862
81,184
18,069
17,964
155,159
1,328
2,020
2,017
2,232
751
1,411
103,139
85
573
87,441
Feb-08
1,842,720
37,566
39,373
18,699
25,884
79,864
1,065
2,308
1,478
1,588
16,451
13,614
9,833
1,646
3,752
171,432
127,536
231
1,335
2,122
1,850
255
1,821
82,821
99
717
Jan-08
1,680,698
31,515
88,812
1,260
2,335
1,763
2,092
9,644
4,916
11,219
1,347
6,249
117,029
379
10,631
14,686
1,130
730
1,261
1,378
684
639
1,107
689
721
398
665
771
654
824
1,195
932
1,620
840
246
486
396
403
335
262
918
280
376
796
441
263
219
278
670
371
1,571
2,934
33,672
31,980
134,400
8,480
21,480
312
Dec-07
1,795,056
38,322
35,843
15,968
23,027
78,370
19,833
87,786
4,601
63,857
17,228
53,670
782
1,074
550
187
93
264
29
600
11,840
JUL
30
1.0
2,208,911
2,208,911
Aug-07
1,842,618
26,220
23,867
12,900
23,195
105,049
1,323
30,367
28,380
168,480
18,480
16,200
870
619
21,430
31,788
2,427
1,189
1,037
766
943
1,026
861
841
742
601
1,014
1,061
678
1,360
825
947
766
982
775
1,845
1,059
1,473
1,313
901
636
1,080
1,211
0
1,042
966
1,107
1,043
1,688
1,231
2,464
1,675
27,888
40,560
160,800
12,320
25,320
909
33,672
18,300
180,480
14,560
12,960
616
792
21,136
37,230
2,635
1,296
1,130
716
850
913
862
854
710
643
928
949
713
1,289
831
818
895
1,011
980
1,876
1,060
1,338
1,187
983
1,076
1,085
1,373
506
1,035
928
1,001
913
1,705
1,272
6,401
1,675
34,292
29,820
206,400
14,720
21,960
878
547
693
419
521
926
863
19,680
544
681
470
493
838
764
22,480
253
320
148
247
728
597
11,280
438
602
382
429
1,046
790
17,600
NOV
DEC
30
1.0
2,704,311
2,704,311
JAN
31
1.0
2,709,316
2,799,627
FEB
31
1.0
2,425,093
2,425,093
2008 Usage (kWh)
Mar-08
Apr-08
May-08
Jun-08
Jul-08
Aug-08
1,704,317 1,830,659 1,703,486 1,497,552
1,719,612
1,919,294
31,389
33,280
30,128
20,170
18,783
20,170
39,079
28,321
23,279
17,480
16,640
13,236
29,582
28,069
21,850
22,859
23,027
25,548
73,038
80,956
86,281
86,561
99,805
108,115
6,177
5,400
3,088
92,074
99,989
61,801
31,844
32,013
26,811
20,800
19,329
19,119
2,189
1,382
793
3,591
2,995
1,794
2,021
1,638
1,625
2,029
1,668
1,461
22,502
29,498
23,069
15,884
18,531
24,014
16,766
15,001
13,362
4,624
3,837
2,235
2,599
2,893
3,362
122,316
133,015
119,610
105,542
136,729
145,665
2,482
1,997
1,121
2,092
1,423
1,216
3,341
2,679
1,082
6,085
3,208
2,567
2,544
1,589
214
2,128
2,055
1,084
75,059
81,228
78,794
63,471
83,247
82,611
226
153
111
638
502
444
1,500
1,539
1,075
772
453
309
20,548
14,098
10,610
34,751
24,077
13,825
2,566
2,067
1,135
1,374
821
185
862
632
324
791
433
154
910
452
123
1,016
571
201
1,023
562
41
907
474
123
644
294
72
948
483
157
1,102
531
212
1,200
580
119
760
464
146
1,471
1,008
240
941
543
162
922
418
176
713
425
169
1,065
679
252
984
525
362
1,905
1,512
1,397
958
1,037
1,124
1,437
925
726
1,144
1,004
1,040
1,052
791
802
1,195
840
1,031
1,199
1,141
1,359
1,316
855
612
1,006
849
779
852
935
1,041
892
810
789
917
805
699
1,079
1,000
940
1,644
1,275
1,191
1,272
623
274
4,859
2,381
1,646
1,771
841
403
34,912
37,597
28,921
35,738
28,301
42,348
30,480
30,000
29,460
29,940
34,560
31,200
168,480
143,520
117,600
103,200
114,720
120,480
15,280
14,160
8,560
9,600
10,320
10,160
20,880
19,320
15,960
17,520
21,360
21,000
804
726
273
797
508
592
452
637
355
445
1,017
799
17,680
436
497
393
385
990
919
18,080
216
117
356
268
412
193
10,480
394
92
772
445
386
483
12,960
641
117
850
602
457
692
12,880
592
164
954
357
456
604
18,320
Sep-08
1,766,197
18,909
20,002
101,389
3,467
22,415
6,093
Oct-08
1,888,533
27,103
26,220
13,236
19,665
94,472
4,307
52,465
21,484
30,000
101,280
16,480
19,200
497
735
2,264
1,812
2,095
36,305
12,102
1,982
3,572
156,844
1,465
1,410
2,164
2,478
1,673
972
109,219
64
449
998
374
15,295
15,652
1,206
433
609
295
298
320
243
312
191
324
423
356
365
414
315
464
289
684
356
1,118
927
642
734
755
756
1,051
778
710
961
545
740
683
1,128
307
1,296
1,206
29,127
28,620
137,280
16,960
20,520
561
714
609
805
369
902
754
16,560
803
669
709
354
847
747
17,440
1,253
1,583
30,443
13,236
1,676
6,303
134,285
488
1,292
90,713
708
MAR
29
1.0
2,924,880
2,924,880
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
OCT
31
30
31
30
31
31
30
31
1.1
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
2,504,836 2,793,881 2,360,472 2,202,737
2,385,243
2,689,146
2,430,107
2,772,799
2,677,583 2,793,881 2,439,154 2,202,737
2,464,751
2,689,146
2,430,107
2,865,226
ADDENDUM A Page 1- 1
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN
CRA + COBALT ENGINEERING
Electrical Usage Data - Raw.
Building Number Building
1-9,11-25, 32,
36-37, 41-43
Main Campus
10
Seminary
25
St. Michael's Campus
26
Northdale Campus
38
232 King
39
202 Regina
40
209 Regina
45
50 University
46
266 Marsland
48
Lucinda House
49
Seagram House
50
205 Regina
51
195 Regina
53
University Stadium
54
81 Lodge
54
54
58
King St Residence
59
12 Lodge
61
89 Seagram
62
65 Lodge
63
165 Albert
64
80 Seagram
65
83 Seagram
66
Waterloo College Hall
67
150-152 Albert
67
68
14 Lodge
69
95 Seagram
70
Heidelberg House
71
St. Clements House
72
Conestogo House
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
73
St. Jacobs House
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
74
St. Agatha House
74
74
74
74
74
75
183 Albert
76
187 Albert
77
181 Albert
85
120 Duke
90
Carnegie Building
91
Grand River Hall
92
Old Post House
93
Wilkes House
93
93
93
93
93
93
93
97
Odeon Theatre
98
Student Centre
Data Analysis:
Account Number
187110-001
18482-001
453430-001
464045-027
183293-001
183324-001
239181-001
18691-001
63944-002
196234-001
61491-001
239175-001
239154-001
182841-001
240878-001
243011-001
242772-001
463039-001
463039-003
61491-006
240853-001
464045-028
453458-003
452767-001
458864-001
196234-005
196234-004
464045-001
453458-004
229211-001
229201-001
229221-001
64081-001
64091-001
226-8605 206-1212
64113-001
64129-001
64139-001
64146-001
64159-001
64164-001
64171-001
64180-001
64195-001
64206-001
64217-001
64221-001
64235-001
64244-001
64258-001
64015-001
64009-001
63992-001
63984-001
63978-001
63964-001
63956-001
63944-001
64077-001
64060-001
64052-001
64041-001
64033-001
64023-001
61653-001
196234-002
61491-004
C8825-800-610
74387-001
83742-001
74387-016
91213-001
91213-002
Nov-08
1,803,454
35,927
22,018
87,819
61,756
5,253
46,327
138,225
86,681
91213-003
91213-004
91213-005
91213-006
91213-007
91213-008
83742-003
74387-046
32,846
25,920
143,040
18,400
21,240
528
594
984
1,122
1,046
1,017
1,187
796
1,290
891
1,047
1,228
783
1,330
927
1,077
778
1,436
736
2,890
2,083
30,573
32,560
174,720
10,240
22,320
441
833
465
593
345
826
573
15,040
5,220
485
293
480
234
681
513
14,320
20,640
NOV
Days in the Month:
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Total Monthly Electrical Usage (all WLU Owned Buildings):
Monthly Electrical Usage (Normalized to 31 day month:)
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
Dec-08
Jan-09
1,801,281 1,725,552
29,372
31,893
34,919
16,892
22,355
30,422
77,718
72,700
5,883
77,064
80,284
6,513
1,834
4,252
2,033
2,553
31,389
28,931
14,875
3,742
3,046
134,473
128,203
2,373
1,730
4,328
2,890
2,470
2,025
76,324
64,621
167
435
1,062
513
22,313
25,737
1,956
953
983
580
667
630
630
579
501
878
1,036
680
807
1,100
728
DEC
30
1.0
2,553,329
2,553,329
32,846
25,980
229,440
14,880
26,640
704
517
1,062
1,233
998
805
1,182
805
1,028
910
817
1,367
766
1,250
878
933
636
1,631
847
3,854
1,863
40,076
26,640
173,760
13,200
22,320
458
548
387
581
302
649
486
20,400
24,300
566
341
462
273
642
424
12,400
20,700
JAN
31
1.0
2,710,603
2,800,956
2009 Usage (kWh)
Feb-09
Mar-09
Apr-09
May-09
Jun-09
Jul-09
1,900,683 1,661,520 1,867,455 1,720,559 1,611,854 1,703,761
33,028
27,355
31,389
28,742
21,304
21,682
31,389
33,490
29,120
15,421
15,337
14,077
30,759
25,380
23,027
21,682
18,825
21,850
73,676
71,060
81,401
80,884
85,537
86,189
5,694
6,261
3,845
121,377
88,744
98,330
56,493
33,401
28,131
7,774
8,614
44,541
2,733
2,638
1,814
4,571
3,659
3,160
1,976
1,899
1,247
2,475
2,473
1,835
31,767
29,687
30,633
28,742
22,124
19,098
14,749
15,001
12,102
4,656
4,333
2,355
3,152
2,731
2,626
135,983
116,663
133,458
122,793
117,220
125,028
1,918
2,018
1,108
2,009
1,635
1,672
4,864
4,412
3,309
3,022
3,127
2,582
3,009
3,009
2,053
2,100
1,946
1,801
74,183
63,985
76,742
58,220
34,542
31,508
201
157
64
587
1,119
646
1,100
1,302
856
555
573
455
18,888
20,590
17,732
9,307
55,130
26,557
2,004
1,912
2,235
1,065
1,017
821
981
1,027
864
537
687
706
631
594
670
709
751
602
681
821
580
433
365
545
432
417
231
853
810
824
781
773
812
762
690
632
669
717
660
990
899
998
685
656
722
FEB
31
1.0
2,587,156
2,587,156
33,465
28,320
176,160
14,880
24,120
496
521
921
1,172
939
1,011
1,369
757
1,150
876
874
1,248
654
1,244
896
960
936
1,512
924
3,100
1,938
32,226
27,420
138,720
13,440
21,600
372
32,846
26,460
111,360
7,120
15,000
138
582
313
392
311
629
574
17,440
20,580
543
273
273
249
506
665
16,880
15,540
210
118
354
329
462
347
13,360
14,520
MAR
28
1.0
2,843,103
2,843,103
31
1.1
2,451,012
2,713,621
APR
449
1,237
1,007
900
630
854
488
787
897
731
1,164
762
977
590
748
661
1,267
817
1,689
1,938
MAY
30
1.0
2,829,121
2,829,121
31
1.0
2,349,353
2,427,665
JUN
JUL
30
1.0
2,106,321
2,106,321
31
1.0
2,081,790
2,151,183
ADDENDUM A Page 1- 2
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN
CRA + COBALT ENGINEERING
Electrical Usage Data:
Large loads evened out between months (alternate color indicates this has been done)
Building Number Building
10
Seminary
25
St. Michael's Campus
26
Northdale Campus
38
232 King
39
202 Regina
40
209 Regina
45
50 University
46
266 Marsland
48
Lucinda House
49
Seagram House
50
205 Regina
51
195 Regina
53
University Stadium
54
54
54
81 Lodge
58
King St Residence
59
12 Lodge
61
89 Seagram
62
65 Lodge
63
165 Albert
64
80 Seagram
65
83 Seagram
66
Waterloo College Hall
67
150-152 Albert
67
68
14 Lodge
69
95 Seagram
70
Heidelberg House
71
St. Clements House
72
Conestogo House
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
73
St. Jacobs House
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
74
St. Agatha House
74
74
74
74
74
75
183 Albert
76
187 Albert
77
181 Albert
85
120 Duke
90
Carnegie Building
91
Grand River Hall
92
Old Post House
93
Wilkes House
93
93
93
93
93
93
93
97
Odeon Theatre
98
Student Centre
36-37, 41-43
Main Campus
2006 Usage (kWh)
Oct-0 6
Nov-06
31,137
31,641
24,876
19,791
12,942
9,875
20,170
21,850
87,821
82,209
4,916
4,916
53,302
82,919
4,412
4,412
753
403
1,447
1,450
2,055
2,055
2,253
2,253
26,473
2,287
2,287
3,165
3,165
13,362
13,362
110,457
111,856
0
983
775
2,175
2,175
1,027
984
3,284
1,401
1,815
910
89,907
93,356
182
100
931
422
882
882
819
481
15,463
12,574
17,901
14,791
1,793
1,065
386
413
971
773
372
507
484
460
386
525
355
434
356
452
483
636
407
528
531
520
337
544
315
467
321
568
498
693
224
458
299
403
566
598
643
846
639
507
788
450
763
669
761
629
93
577
217
520
612
488
686
617
474
429
548
520
401
445
499
454
590
554
928
929
641
315
2,048
1,849
2,967
1,909
15,907
13,440
117,360
7,640
6,910
566
262
372
296
213
365
284
10,200
Account Number
18482-001
453430-001
464045-027
183293-001
183324-001
239181-001
18691-001
63944-002
196234-001
61491-001
239175-001
239154-001
182841-001
243011-001
242772-001
240878-001
463039-001
463039-003
61491-006
240853-001
464045-028
453458-003
452767-001
458864-001
196234-005
196234-004
464045-001
453458-004
229211-001
229201-001
229221-001
64081-001
64091-001
226-8605 206-1212
64113-001
64129-001
64139-001
64146-001
64159-001
64164-001
64171-001
64180-001
64195-001
64206-001
64217-001
64221-001
64235-001
64244-001
64258-001
64015-001
64009-001
63992-001
63984-001
63978-001
63964-001
63956-001
63944-001
64077-001
64060-001
64052-001
64041-001
64033-001
64023-001
61653-001
196234-002
61491-004
C8825-800-610
74387-001
83742-001
74387-016
91213-001
91213-002
91213-003
91213-004
91213-005
91213-006
91213-007
91213-008
83742-003
74387-046
187110-001
1,698,741
1,678,752
Dec-06
34,667
19,791
9,875
23,531
77,746
2,836
80,786
4,307
403
1,450
979
1,175
24,204
1,687
1,220
6,744
113,326
0
775
1,718
984
1,401
910
86,841
100
422
585
481
12,574
14,791
1,065
413
773
507
460
525
434
452
636
528
520
544
467
568
693
458
403
598
846
507
450
669
629
577
520
488
617
429
520
445
454
554
929
315
1,849
1,909
0
10,350
78,960
7,080
6,360
491
218
306
217
192
327
279
8,280
Jan-07
32,397
19,203
9,307
24,540
74,210
2,836
66,964
4,307
936
971
979
1,175
17,207
1,687
1,220
6,744
102,931
0
852
1,718
1,972
1,564
1,068
74,804
145
455
585
331
11,377
13,362
1,125
451
958
433
517
504
394
400
530
490
466
467
393
512
612
465
402
733
813
536
506
669
662
436
473
447
608
379
573
469
450
486
931
538
2,493
1,685
15,907
13,440
117,360
7,640
6,910
566
262
372
296
213
365
284
10,200
1,701,045
1,518,346
Feb-07
35,549
19,203
9,307
26,893
78,499
4,874
95,647
5,358
936
971
1,045
1,149
19,098
2,213
1,468
7,501
116,800
0
852
2,048
1,972
1,564
1,068
88,943
145
455
646
331
11,377
13,362
1,125
451
958
433
517
504
394
400
530
490
466
467
393
512
612
465
402
733
813
536
506
669
662
436
473
447
608
379
573
469
450
486
931
538
2,493
1,685
16,113
11,970
126,720
10,400
10,020
496
291
381
294
256
379
274
9,120
1,782,367
Mar-07
31,893
19,098
9,602
27,565
68,040
4,874
101,349
5,358
1,024
714
1,045
1,149
16,073
2,213
1,468
7,501
98,491
0
805
2,048
4,147
1,591
1,006
74,695
85
506
646
285
10,452
11,776
903
365
927
402
372
489
439
408
453
489
508
490
397
515
524
431
374
561
737
461
416
640
605
424
433
445
544
372
621
443
403
453
860
605
3,183
1,183
15,907
13,440
117,360
7,640
6,910
566
262
372
296
213
365
284
10,200
1,681,309
Apr-07
35,297
19,098
9,602
26,220
77,601
6,114
97,114
May-07
29,876
15,631
8,845
22,691
75,526
64,455
11,556
577
661
1,794
2,292
6,051
1,024
714
15,127
3,728
2,857
14,119
115,247
0
805
4,147
1,591
1,006
88,515
85
506
1,036
285
10,452
11,776
903
365
927
402
372
489
439
408
453
489
508
490
397
515
524
431
374
561
737
461
416
640
605
424
433
445
544
372
621
443
403
453
860
605
3,183
1,183
18,282
11,280
76,080
7,120
7,320
354
224
177
238
261
308
346
9,000
1,828,768
97,325
0
802
4,349
1,748
889
937
73,797
53
517
272
8,425
10,074
1,115
380
854
457
415
495
464
323
331
384
419
384
350
419
534
344
402
483
469
354
308
430
427
317
462
324
353
448
449
280
266
325
618
409
2,345
964
15,907
13,440
117,360
7,640
6,910
566
262
372
296
213
365
284
10,200
1,576,688
2007 Usage (kWh)
Jun-07
Jul-07
28,616
30,380
15,631
11,934
8,845
6,450
23,867
27,061
93,240
106,934
2,385
2,385
30,747
27,357
5,147
5,147
577
391
661
537
912
912
1,175
1,175
10,022
0
1,423
1,423
2,163
2,163
7,185
7,185
97,799
109,496
0
0
802
668
1,345
1,345
1,748
925
889
128
937
910
69,134
86,678
53
49
517
359
339
339
272
190
8,425
5,316
10,074
7,343
1,115
565
380
365
854
630
457
689
415
342
495
319
464
554
323
345
331
360
384
199
419
332
384
386
350
327
419
412
534
598
344
466
402
810
483
420
469
123
354
243
308
198
430
202
427
168
317
131
462
459
324
140
353
188
448
398
449
221
280
131
266
109
325
139
618
335
409
185
2,345
785
964
1,467
17,353
15,907
14,730
13,440
61,920
117,360
6,080
7,640
10,320
6,910
-171
566
-128
262
-24
372
-112
296
-145
213
-195
365
184
284
6,000
10,200
1,488,803
1,741,538
Aug-07
26,220
11,934
6,450
23,195
105,049
29,747
391
537
4,916
1,347
6,249
11,219
117,029
0
668
2,122
925
128
910
82,821
49
359
Sep-07
30,633
12,417
5,862
26,557
106,817
3,635
23,815
25,632
630
1,168
1,763
2,092
9,644
127,536
0
1,010
190
5,316
7,343
565
365
630
689
342
319
554
345
360
199
332
386
327
412
598
466
810
420
123
243
198
202
168
131
459
140
188
398
221
131
109
139
335
185
785
1,467
16,836
15,990
67,200
4,240
10,740
156
351
126
148
172
22
310
6,680
1,116
376
705
87,441
43
286
628
191
7,721
8,887
826
298
476
359
278
326
430
330
283
193
316
377
235
387
421
330
405
355
201
557
296
323
290
224
0
262
337
364
315
248
265
258
490
317
1,012
1,067
15,907
13,440
117,360
7,640
6,910
566
262
372
296
213
365
284
10,200
1,842,618
1,923,348
Oct-07
30,507
12,417
5,862
18,153
92,398
191
7,721
8,887
826
298
476
359
278
326
430
330
283
193
316
377
235
387
421
330
405
355
201
557
296
323
290
224
0
262
337
364
315
248
265
258
490
317
1,012
1,067
15,184
13,680
64,800
10,480
8,640
501
351
433
313
337
532
495
9,920
1,489
997
927
105,549
90
161
1,103
309
10,715
15,894
1,213
595
518
383
472
513
431
421
371
300
507
531
339
680
412
473
383
491
388
922
529
736
657
451
318
540
606
0
521
483
554
522
844
616
1,232
837
15,907
13,440
117,360
7,640
6,910
566
262
372
296
213
365
284
10,200
Jan-08
31,515
19,686
9,349
25,884
71,532
2,931
81,184
9,034
850
1,551
789
970
17,018
1,605
1,159
6,366
118,207
0
735
1,739
2,366
1,475
1,130
71,998
128
224
661
396
10,568
18,615
1,317
648
565
358
425
456
431
427
355
321
464
474
357
644
415
409
448
505
490
938
530
669
594
492
538
543
687
253
517
464
501
456
852
636
3,200
837
15,907
13,440
117,360
7,640
6,910
566
262
372
296
213
365
284
10,200
Feb-08
37,566
19,686
9,349
25,884
79,864
3,088
93,308
10,400
850
1,551
1,011
1,014
124,421
2,312
1,299
8,383
131,706
0
735
1,670
2,366
1,475
1,130
81,468
128
224
750
396
10,568
18,615
1,317
648
565
358
425
456
431
427
355
321
464
474
357
644
415
409
448
505
490
938
530
669
594
492
538
543
687
253
517
464
501
456
852
636
3,200
837
17,146
14,910
103,200
7,360
10,980
439
219
301
191
215
523
395
8,800
Mar-08
31,389
19,539
8,740
29,582
73,038
3,088
92,074
10,400
1,095
1,795
1,011
1,014
22,502
2,312
1,299
8,383
122,316
999
1,046
1,670
3,042
1,272
1,064
75,059
113
319
750
386
10,274
17,375
1,283
687
431
396
455
508
512
453
322
474
551
600
380
735
471
461
357
533
492
952
479
719
572
526
598
599
658
503
426
446
459
539
822
636
2,429
886
15,907
13,440
117,360
7,640
6,910
566
262
372
296
213
365
284
10,200
1,949,949
1,905,492
1,795,056
1,680,698
1,842,720
1,704,317 1,830,659 1,703,486 1,497,552 1,719,612 1,919,294 1,766,197
630
1,168
13,614
1,646
3,752
9,833
171,432
0
1,010
2,017
1,116
376
705
103,139
43
286
155,159
0
727
Apr-08
May-08
33,280
30,128
19,539
14,161
8,740
8,320
28,069
21,850
80,956
86,281
5,400
99,989
61,801
19,329
1,095
691
1,795
1,497
1,638
1,668
29,498
23,069
3,837
2,893
15,001
133,015 119,610
999
0
1,046
712
2,679
3,042
1,604
1,272
795
1,064
1,027
81,228
78,794
113
77
319
251
1,539
386
226
10,274
7,049
17,375
12,039
1,283
1,034
687
411
431
316
396
216
455
226
508
286
512
281
453
237
322
147
474
242
551
265
600
290
380
232
735
504
471
272
461
209
357
213
533
339
492
263
952
756
479
518
719
463
572
502
526
396
598
420
599
570
658
428
503
424
426
467
446
405
459
402
539
500
822
638
636
311
2,429
1,191
886
421
18,799
15,907
15,000
13,440
71,760 117,360
7,080
7,640
9,660
6,910
363
566
218
262
249
372
197
296
193
213
495
365
460
284
9,040
10,200
2008 Usage (kWh)
Jun-08
Jul-08
20,170
18,783
14,161
11,640
8,320
6,618
22,859
23,027
86,561
99,805
3,088
31,844
32,013
19,119
691
397
1,497
897
1,625
1,461
15,884
18,531
2,235
3,362
13,362
105,542
136,729
0
0
712
608
1,082
1,604
1,284
795
107
1,027
542
63,471
83,247
77
56
251
222
1,075
226
154
7,049
5,305
12,039
6,912
1,034
567
411
92
316
162
216
77
226
61
286
100
281
20
237
61
147
36
242
78
265
106
290
59
232
73
504
120
272
81
209
88
213
85
339
126
263
181
756
699
518
562
463
363
502
520
396
401
420
515
570
680
428
306
424
390
467
521
405
394
402
349
500
470
638
596
311
137
1,191
823
421
202
17,869
15,907
14,970
13,440
51,600
117,360
4,800
7,640
8,760
6,910
399
566
197
262
46
372
386
296
223
213
193
365
242
284
6,480
10,200
Dec-07
38,322
17,922
7,984
23,027
78,370
2,931
88,812
9,034
533
1,154
789
970
17,964
1,605
1,159
6,366
132,069
0
727
1,739
1,489
997
927
84,250
90
161
661
309
10,715
15,894
1,213
595
518
383
472
513
431
421
371
300
507
531
339
680
412
473
383
491
388
922
529
736
657
451
318
540
606
0
521
483
554
522
844
616
1,232
837
13,944
20,280
80,400
6,160
12,660
455
272
341
235
247
419
382
11,240
53,670
Nov-07
36,431
17,922
7,984
19,833
87,786
4,601
63,857
17,228
533
1,154
1,478
1,588
16,451
Aug-08
20,170
11,640
6,618
25,548
108,115
1,733
26,811
3,046
397
897
627
792
24,014
838
3,152
6,618
145,665
0
608
646
1,284
107
542
82,611
56
222
354
154
5,305
6,912
567
92
162
77
61
100
20
61
36
78
106
59
73
120
81
88
85
126
181
699
562
363
520
401
515
680
306
390
521
394
349
470
596
137
823
202
21,174
15,600
60,240
5,080
10,500
296
296
82
477
179
228
302
9,160
Sep-08
18,909
13,110
6,618
20,002
101,389
1,733
22,415
3,046
368
1,132
627
792
30,443
838
3,152
6,618
134,285
733
705
646
1,239
837
486
90,713
32
224
354
187
7,648
7,826
603
216
305
148
149
160
121
156
96
162
212
178
182
207
158
232
144
342
178
559
463
321
367
378
378
525
389
355
481
273
370
341
564
153
648
603
15,907
13,440
117,360
7,640
6,910
566
262
372
296
213
365
284
10,200
Oct-08
27,103
13,110
6,618
19,665
94,472
4,307
52,465
Nov-08
35,927
17,459
8,446
22,018
87,819
Dec-08
29,372
17,459
8,446
22,355
77,718
61,756
77,064
5,253
368
917
917
1,132
2,126
2,126
1,812
2,095
36,305
46,327
31,389
1,982
3,572
12,102
156,844 138,225 134,473
733
0
0
705
865
865
2,164
1,239
1,445
1,445
837
1,235
1,235
486
1,013
1,013
109,219 86,681
76,324
32
84
84
224
217
217
998
187
256
256
7,648
11,156
11,156
7,826
12,869
12,869
603
978
978
216
476
476
305
492
492
148
290
290
149
334
334
160
315
315
121
315
315
156
289
289
96
251
251
162
439
439
212
518
518
178
340
340
182
403
403
207
550
550
158
364
364
232
0
0
144
297
297
342
492
492
178
561
561
559
523
523
463
508
508
321
594
594
367
398
398
378
645
645
378
445
445
525
524
524
389
614
614
355
391
391
481
665
665
273
463
463
370
538
538
341
389
389
564
718
718
153
368
368
648
1,445
1,445
603
1,042
1,042
14,564
15,907
15,287
14,310
13,440
16,280
68,640
117,360
87,360
8,480
7,640
5,120
10,260
6,910
11,160
281
566
221
402
262
243
335
372
147
355
296
240
177
213
117
424
365
341
374
284
257
8,720
10,200
7,160
5,220
20,640
1,888,533 ###### ######
2009 Usage (kWh)
Jan-09
Feb-09
Mar-09
Apr-09
May-09
Jun-09
Jul-09
31,893
33,028
27,355
31,389
28,742
21,304
21,682
15,694
15,694
16,745
16,745
14,560
14,560
7,711
7,711
7,669
7,669
7,038
7,038
30,422
30,759
25,380
23,027
21,682
18,825
21,850
72,700
73,676
71,060
81,401
80,884
85,537
86,189
5,883
2,847
2,847
6,261
3,845
80,284
121,377
88,744
98,330
56,493
33,401
28,131
6,513
3,887
3,887
8,614
44,541
1,367
1,367
1,319
1,319
907
907
2,285
2,285
1,829
1,829
1,580
1,580
2,033
988
988
1,899
1,247
2,553
1,237
1,237
2,473
1,835
28,931
31,767
29,687
30,633
28,742
22,124
19,098
3,742
2,328
2,328
4,333
2,355
3,046
1,576
1,576
2,731
2,626
14,875
7,375
7,375
15,001
12,102
128,203
135,983 116,663 133,458 122,793 117,220 125,028
0
0
1,009
1,009
554
554
1,004
1,004
817
817
836
836
4,328
2,432
2,432
4,412
3,309
1,511
1,511
1,564
1,564
1,291
1,291
1,504
1,504
1,504
1,504
1,026
1,026
1,050
1,050
973
973
900
900
64,621
74,183
63,985
76,742
58,220
34,542
31,508
100
100
78
78
32
32
294
294
559
559
323
323
550
1,062
550
1,302
856
277
277
286
286
227
227
9,444
9,444
10,295
10,295
8,866
8,866
4,654
4,654
27,565
27,565
13,278
13,278
1,002
1,002
956
956
1,118
1,118
533
533
508
508
411
411
491
491
514
514
432
432
268
268
344
344
353
353
316
316
297
297
335
335
355
355
376
376
301
301
340
340
411
411
290
290
216
216
182
182
273
273
216
216
209
209
116
116
427
427
405
405
412
412
390
390
387
387
406
406
381
381
345
345
316
316
335
335
359
359
330
330
495
495
450
450
499
499
342
342
328
328
361
361
0
0
0
0
0
0
258
258
261
261
224
224
531
531
461
461
619
619
617
617
586
586
504
504
499
499
470
470
450
450
402
402
505
505
315
315
591
591
684
684
427
427
402
402
379
379
244
244
514
514
575
575
393
393
455
455
438
438
449
449
409
409
437
437
366
366
683
683
624
624
582
582
383
383
327
327
381
381
625
625
622
622
488
488
439
439
448
448
295
295
466
466
480
480
374
374
318
318
468
468
330
330
816
816
756
756
633
633
423
423
462
462
409
409
1,927
1,927
1,550
1,550
845
845
931
931
969
969
969
969
15,907
20,038
15,907
16,113
15,907
0
13,440
13,320
13,440
13,710
13,440
0
117,360
86,880
117,360
69,360
117,360
0
7,640
6,600
7,640
6,720
7,640
0
6,910
11,160
6,910
10,800
6,910
0
566
229
566
186
566
0
262
283
262
272
262
0
372
171
372
137
372
0
296
231
296
137
296
0
213
137
213
125
213
0
365
321
365
253
365
0
284
212
284
333
284
0
10,200
6,200
10,200
8,440
10,200
0
24,300
20,700
20,580
15,540
14,520
###### 1,900,683 ###### ###### ###### ###### ######
JAN
FEB
31,935
18,195
8,789
26,949
72,814
3,883
76,144
6,618
1,051
1,602
1,267
1,566
21,052
2,345
1,808
9,328
116,447
0
864
2,595
1,950
1,515
1,083
70,474
124
324
769
335
10,463
12,210
1,148
544
671
353
419
438
389
348
367
413
440
441
361
550
457
292
369
590
640
658
480
643
553
481
489
466
659
338
572
457
472
420
866
533
2,540
1,151
15,907
13,440
117,360
7,640
6,910
566
262
372
296
213
365
284
10,200
24,300
1,641,532
Averaged Usage (kWh)
MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
OCT
NOV
DEC
TOTAL:
35,381
30,212
33,322
29,582
23,363
24,582
23,195
24,771
29,582
34,667
34,120
354,712
18,195
18,461
18,461
14,784
14,784
11,787
11,787
12,764
16,801
18,391
18,391
192,798
8,789
8,670
8,670
8,068
8,068
6,534
6,534
6,240
8,474
8,768
8,768
96,373
27,845
27,509
25,772
22,075
21,850
25,044
24,372
23,279
19,329
21,234
22,971
288,229
77,346
70,712
79,986
80,897
88,446
103,369
106,582
104,103
91,564
85,938
77,945 1,039,703
3,603
3,603
5,925
0
3,115
2,737
1,733
2,684
4,612
4,759
2,884
39,537
103,444
94,056
98,477
60,916
31,997
29,685
28,279
23,115
53,146
69,511
82,221
750,991
6,548
6,548
0
13,166
5,147
12,133
3,046
14,339
4,412
8,964
6,671
87,594
1,051
1,146
1,146
725
725
394
394
499
584
618
618
8,949
1,602
1,446
1,446
1,246
1,246
717
717
1,150
1,249
1,577
1,577
15,575
1,015
1,015
1,899
1,716
1,080
1,269
627
1,195
1,933
1,766
884
15,665
1,134
1,134
2,473
1,980
1,505
1,318
792
1,442
2,174
1,921
1,073
18,510
58,429
22,754
25,086
19,287
16,010
9,265
14,465
20,044
24,960
29,750
24,519
285,620
2,284
2,284
3,966
0
2,005
1,423
1,092
838
1,972
2,287
1,646
22,142
1,448
1,448
2,827
0
2,717
2,163
4,700
3,152
3,496
3,165
1,189
28,113
7,753
7,753
14,707
0
10,883
7,185
8,919
6,618
11,766
13,362
6,555
104,829
128,163
112,490
127,240
113,243
106,854
123,112
131,347
130,911
146,245
135,080
126,623 1,497,753
0
669
669
185
185
0
0
366
366
0
0
2,440
864
889
889
783
783
638
638
857
899
789
789
9,683
2,050
2,050
3,545
4,349
1,912
1,345
1,384
646
2,119
2,175
1,728
25,897
1,950
2,918
2,918
1,548
1,548
1,104
1,104
1,178
1,128
1,306
1,306
19,956
1,515
1,456
1,456
903
903
117
117
606
1,499
1,211
1,211
12,509
1,083
1,014
1,014
955
955
726
726
596
1,002
950
950
11,054
81,531
71,247
82,162
70,271
55,716
84,962
82,716
89,077
100,755
95,196
82,472
966,578
124
92
92
54
54
53
53
37
85
91
91
951
324
461
461
364
364
290
290
255
480
267
267
4,149
649
649
1,292
0
597
707
354
491
940
993
623
8,064
335
319
319
242
242
172
172
189
399
349
349
3,421
10,463
10,340
10,340
8,113
8,113
5,310
5,310
7,684
10,277
11,482
11,482
109,380
12,210
18,905
18,905
11,797
11,797
7,128
7,128
8,357
11,538
14,518
14,518
149,012
1,148
1,048
1,048
1,089
1,089
566
566
714
1,074
1,085
1,085
11,660
544
520
520
400
400
229
229
257
300
495
495
4,933
671
624
624
534
534
396
396
391
584
594
594
6,614
353
380
380
342
342
383
383
253
293
393
393
4,251
419
375
375
325
325
202
202
214
304
422
422
4,003
438
457
457
361
361
210
210
243
290
451
451
4,368
389
454
454
345
345
287
287
276
302
393
393
4,314
348
348
348
277
277
203
203
243
281
387
387
3,651
367
328
328
198
198
198
198
189
287
419
419
3,497
413
456
456
346
346
139
139
178
254
422
422
3,982
440
482
482
363
363
219
219
264
353
515
515
4,656
441
478
478
330
330
222
222
277
297
471
471
4,460
361
378
378
304
304
200
200
209
244
403
403
3,747
550
567
567
474
474
266
266
297
305
599
599
5,514
457
441
441
389
389
339
339
289
359
490
490
4,879
292
297
297
184
184
277
277
281
262
310
310
3,264
369
330
330
280
280
447
447
275
283
361
361
4,133
590
518
518
480
480
273
273
349
421
527
527
5,546
640
605
605
412
412
152
152
190
341
598
598
5,344
658
628
628
520
520
471
471
558
585
651
651
6,997
480
467
467
381
381
380
380
379
516
496
496
5,301
643
681
681
440
440
282
282
322
469
666
666
6,215
553
519
519
391
391
344
344
329
473
561
561
5,536
481
508
508
369
369
266
266
301
232
557
557
4,895
489
490
490
444
444
487
487
189
199
428
428
5,061
466
494
494
420
420
410
410
394
467
517
517
5,474
659
609
609
454
454
247
247
363
471
612
612
5,998
338
401
401
418
418
394
394
360
398
273
273
4,406
572
556
556
468
468
371
371
398
448
569
569
5,916
457
446
446
327
327
263
263
261
307
464
464
4,481
472
447
447
347
347
229
229
318
378
515
515
4,718
420
487
487
385
385
305
305
300
397
488
488
4,866
866
813
813
630
630
465
465
527
660
830
830
8,396
533
568
568
376
376
161
161
235
370
433
433
4,747
2,540
2,387
2,387
1,460
1,460
804
804
830
1,236
1,509
1,509
19,468
1,151
1,013
1,013
784
784
834
834
835
1,545
1,263
1,263
12,471
17,766
15,907
17,731
15,907
11,741
15,907
19,005
15,907
14,874
15,907
9,744
186,298
13,400
13,440
13,330
13,440
9,900
13,440
15,795
13,440
13,995
13,440
15,637
162,697
105,600
117,360
72,400
117,360
37,840
117,360
63,720
117,360
66,720
117,360
82,240 1,132,680
8,120
7,640
6,973
7,640
3,627
7,640
4,660
7,640
9,480
7,640
6,120
84,820
10,720
6,910
9,260
6,910
6,360
6,910
10,620
6,910
9,450
6,910
10,060
97,930
388
566
301
566
76
566
226
566
391
566
389
5,166
264
262
238
262
23
262
324
262
376
262
244
3,038
284
372
187
372
7
372
104
372
384
372
264
3,462
239
296
190
296
91
296
312
296
334
296
231
3,173
202
213
193
213
26
213
175
213
257
213
185
2,316
408
365
352
365
0
365
125
365
478
365
362
3,911
294
284
379
284
142
284
306
284
434
284
306
3,564
8,040
10,200
8,827
10,200
4,160
10,200
7,920
10,200
9,320
10,200
8,893
108,360
20,700
20,580
15,540
14,520
0
0
0
0
0
5,220
20,640
121,500
1,841,923 1,682,382 1,842,294 1,666,911 1,532,736 1,730,575 1,880,956 1,844,773 1,845,741 1,795,899 1,765,794 21,071,516
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Data Analysis:
OCT
Days in the Month:
Total Monthly Electrical Usage (all WLU Owned Buildings) (kWh):
Monthly Electrical Usage (Normalized to 31 day month) (kWh):
Yearly Totals (kWh):
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
NOV
31
2,197,340
2,232,847
DEC
30
2,164,564
2,425,087
JAN
31
2,541,680
2,441,935
FEB
31
2,301,526
2,191,013
28
2,786,321
2,541,360
MAR
31
2,490,507
2,637,764
APR
30
2,739,655
2,525,700
MAY
31
2,160,365
2,281,337
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
OCT
NOV
DEC
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
OCT
NOV
DEC
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
30
31
31
30
31
30
31
31
29
31
30
31
30
31
31
30
31
30
31
31
28
31
30
31
30
31
2,208,911
2,394,065
2,596,352
2,598,806
2,809,165
2,704,311
2,709,316
2,425,093
2,924,880
2,504,836 2,793,881 2,360,472 2,202,737 2,385,243 2,689,146 2,430,107
2,772,799
2,553,329
2,710,603
2,587,156
2,843,103
2,451,012
2,829,121
2,349,353
2,106,321
2,081,790
2,047,644
2,453,414
2,424,443
2,597,216
2,717,292
2,669,060
2,592,476
2,386,396
2,700,837
2,611,938 2,570,962 2,464,203 2,033,330 2,455,999 2,538,493 2,428,234
2,679,660
2,542,557
2,573,630
2,469,446
2,655,849
2,648,053
2,612,754
2,461,123
2,039,652
2,151,183
29,099,433
29,489,548
JAN
31
2,365,152
2,365,152
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
OCT
NOV
DEC
YEAR
28
31
30
31
30
31
31
30
31
30
31
365
2,646,482 2,419,624 2,584,262 2,338,541 2,045,740 2,381,580 2,484,744 2,518,352 2,542,002 2,566,187 2,475,717 29,368,381
2,646,482 2,678,869 2,584,262 2,416,493 2,045,740 2,460,966 2,484,744 2,518,352 2,626,735 2,566,187 2,558,241 29,368,381
29,388,604
ADDENDUM A Page 1- 1
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN
CRA + COBALT ENGINEERING
Natural Gas Usage Data.
Building Number
Building
6
75 University Unit BYKIT (Same location as above)
25
64 University (St. Michael's)
26
66 Hickory (Northdale)
40
209 Regina
42
22 Bricker Sc. Research (Electrical Consolidated)
43
34 Bricker Academic (Electrical Consolidated)
45
50 University (Electrical Contract)
46
266 Marsland (Storage Whse))
48
157 Albert (Lucinda House)
49
79 Seagram (House)
50
205 Regina
51
195 Regina
53
81 Seagram (Stadium)
54
1 -81 Lodge
58
200 King Residence
59
12 Lodge (Res House)
60
192 King (Career Co-op)
61
89 Seagram (Res House)
62
65 Lodge (Academic - Art Studio)
63
165 Albert (House for faculty)
64
80 Seagram (Res House)
65
83 Seagram (Res House)
66
88 Seagram [Waterloo College Hall Residence]
67
152 Albert (same hse as 150)
68
14 Lodge (Res House)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 16] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 18] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 12] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 10] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 8] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 6] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 2] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 4] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
205 Sunview [Unit 1] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
72
205 Sunview [Unit 3] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 5] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 9] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 11] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 13] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 17] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 15] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 7] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 14] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
186 Sunview (St. Jacobs Hse Bldg 73)
73
73
188 Sunview (St. Jacobs Hse)
73
190 Sunview (St. Jacobs Hse)
73
192 Sunview (St. Jacobs Hse)
73
194 Sunview (St. Jacobs Hse)
73
196 Sunview (St. Jacobs Hse)
73
198 Sunview (St. Jacobs Hse)
73
200 Sunview (St. Jacobs Hse)
74
176 Sunview (St. Agatha Hse)
172 Sunview (St. Agatha Hse Bldg 74)
74
74
174 Sunview (St. Agatha Hse)
74
178 Sunview (St. Agatha Hse)
74
180 Sunview (St. Agatha Hse)
74
182 Sunview (St. Agatha Hse)
75
183 Albert (Res House)
76
187 Albert (Hse-Laurier Centre for Community Service-Learning)
77
181 Albert (Res House)
90
73 George (Carnegie Bldg)
91
171 Colbourne Grand River Hall
92
41 George [Residence] Old Post
93
119 Darling (Wilkes Hse)
94
111 Darling (Journalism)
97
50 Market St. (Odeon)
Below are the 2 Consolidated Accounts with their Sub Account consumption data
226-8760 206-1194 Consolidated Lester Residences
188 Lester (Primary) (St. Clements Hse Bldg 71)
71
190 Lester (Sub) (Heidelberg Hse Bldg 70)
70
377-5602 188-6411
6
10
11
12
14
18
32
36
38
39
41
47
8/37
1/2/3
4/5/3
20/21/22/23
Main Campus (Consolidated Gas)
Dining Hall (Gas Consolidated)
Seminary (Gas Consolidated)
A.C. (Gas Consolidated) (170 Albert??)
Alumni Hall (Gas Consolidated)
SUB/Willison (Gas Consolidated)
Leupold (Gas Consolidated)
Schlegel (Gas Consolidated)
Bouckaert (Gas Consolidated)
232 King (Gas Consolidated)
202 Regina (Gas Consolidated)
10 Bricker Sci. Bldg. (Gas Consolidated)
44 Bricker Res. (Gas Consolidated)
Theatre Aud/Aird (Gas Consolidated)
Arts Bldg 1-3 (Gas Consolidated)
Woods/FNC/Arts E (Gas Consolidated) Primary
20 - 23 Conrad (Gas Consolidated)
TOTALS:
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
Account Number
2006 Usage (m³)
Oct-0 6
Nov-06
2,559
4,196
294
1,293
6
4,286
344
977
6,273
9,213
4,777
9,228
161
405
128
225
40
149
56
283
32
100
13
26
599
4,072
11
824
2,518
8,757
70
158
Jan-07
4,063
5,115
8,959
2,409
13,630
16,345
6,819
1,926
539
425
542
491
10,672
4,394
23,713
552
Feb-07
2,162
5,826
10,249
2,459
12,934
15,926
7,632
2,501
449
380
620
491
12,928
4,868
27,453
464
Mar-07
4,438
10,327
15,233
3,386
17,977
15,485
8,371
3,800
775
768
828
708
20,819
7,163
39,436
802
Apr-07
3,106
7,552
11,630
3,120
16,574
14,212
7,696
2,867
759
590
791
605
15,271
6,378
36,521
715
May-07
4,005
6,841
10,580
2,578
32,208
27,679
6,952
2,429
568
458
522
438
7,496
4,743
26,820
966
2007 Usage (m³)
Jun-07
Jul-07
2,112
1,590
2,892
472
3,476
53
1,463
161
8,406
4,899
10,842
1,129
3,067
860
455
117
255
104
148
87
283
82
146
8
14
5
2,431
377
1,377
2,388
16
76
60
62
2
1,988
202
20
31
26
27
17
25
23
24
22
35
29
25
37
30
30
31
31
28
22
28
22
31
31
44
30
25
36
25
15
53
27
33
30
54
8
43
22
96
461
364
162
61
10,390
305
135
71
57
81
239
72
69
54
69
101
88
39
75
75
143
67
83
72
35
89
194
94
116
29
99
49
439
57
132
154
102
137
146
131
72
99
28
434
1,213
1,275
387
176
18,059
625
272
146
135
143
8
107
126
162
130
158
200
69
124
115
161
208
123
173
124
217
194
230
231
223
234
121
8
80
240
195
183
255
239
285
133
316
1,224
409
1,987
1,551
478
208
21,484
788
364
168
136
176
153
138
114
198
178
203
178
94
142
118
166
211
120
183
136
260
225
250
235
159
244
149
314
121
294
246
183
264
261
358
169
417
2,066
319
2,340
1,665
561
270
24,383
891
333
177
125
137
125
158
94
223
175
206
197
90
213
114
181
289
129
130
90
197
278
167
229
130
261
137
352
147
286
242
183
248
309
377
250
539
3,045
584
3,150
1,564
904
475
46,523
1,317
459
356
243
261
366
257
257
399
275
379
345
153
271
317
433
239
323
213
489
427
486
484
345
417
397
591
311
586
449
394
421
470
627
394
767
4,199
421
3,006
1,865
661
333
33,026
1,334
408
230
187
187
358
237
161
187
169
287
253
321
336
187
233
333
179
241
133
280
335
297
314
353
288
235
425
193
398
311
290
258
380
617
402
683
4,401
373
2,079
997
605
285
25,853
982
629
195
104
196
56
167
184
171
125
253
270
81
166
162
223
294
178
240
93
298
272
282
333
171
292
253
412
131
448
344
266
227
359
416
178
481
2,150
176
902
517
202
79
9,813
537
181
46
24
64
47
47
42
78
61
105
66
40
116
64
90
103
50
58
50
70
73
80
59
45
103
76
179
28
174
82
78
52
152
214
94
221
1,429
54
6
26
27
8
2,896
204
41
32
13
45
28
30
37
36
36
47
32
33
35
68
37
17
36
22
39
18
16
30
14
14
37
12
61
16
13
19
18
18
53
83
22
70
8
34
3
16
2,063
124
29
30
11
27
22
20
24
21
19
26
23
30
39
61
32
22
26
19
46
16
14
17
13
13
20
11
12
11
15
14
17
16
34
11
43
3
33
3
1,307
44
35
31
9
27
19
23
23
19
22
21
18
30
14
60
32
22
25
19
40
18
13
9
11
9
18
9
19
13
11
17
13
15
18
28
8
39
3
502
1,170
14
1,041
1,156
36
138
1,690
1,799
713
1,367
1,965
1,953
915
1,704
2,035
2,147
1,184
2,588
3,809
3,781
2,015
3,879
3,250
3,910
2,147
4,449
2,377
2,635
1,027
1,864
1,190
2,773
957
1,600
528
1,142
104
107
326
895
81
6
317
915
76
-
438
873
42
-
769
1,103
93
70
1,392
1,605
328
530
2,807
2,849
1,266
2,453
2,812
3,402
1,580
3,640
Mar-08
5,026
9,295
14,220
2,750
19,003
18,111
7,541
3,392
697
537
778
628
18,792
5,937
27,179
830
4,174
481
2,606
1,311
756
435
33,315
1,207
464
210
264
258
178
185
141
283
269
336
251
269
196
390
190
619
218
222
263
410
323
404
378
331
249
327
361
246
360
333
333
321
397
534
314
787
3,677
264
3,275
3,483
1,636
3,368
226-8760 2061-194
226-8760 2061-195
Sub-Total
525
636
1,160
2,995
2,265
5,259
4,022
3,650
7,671
4,380
5,412
9,792
4,410
5,490
9,900
7,108
8,598
15,706
5,454
5,742
11,196
5,437
6,264
11,701
2,390
2,398
4,788
266
433
699
308
414
722
230
497
727
441
425
866
963
1,260
2,223
3,050
2,578
5,629
4,582
4,752
9,334
4,804
5,612
10,416
6,161
5,953
12,115
6,411
6,431
12,842
377-5602 1886-414
377-5602 1886-418
377-5602 1886-416
377-5602 1886409
377-5602 1886-410
377-5602 1886-427
377-5602 2444-750
377-5602 1886-422
377-5602 1886-423
377-5602 1886-426
377-5602 1886-428
377-5602 1886-429
377-5602 1886-413
377-5602 1886-415
377-5602 1886-411
377-5602 1886-412
Sub-Total
2,022
9
5,022
36
770
169
259
558
39
12,172
3,275
5,312
169
225
574
30,611
3,603
3,242
14,114
283
4,311
233
415
1,407
425
2,355
19,158
5,870
19,772
433
3,522
5,552
84,694
63,730
8,728
22,475
1,005
14,750
178
3,603
1,601
1,568
5,577
26,979
8,965
41,608
308
14,161
219,322
4,088
580
25,638
1,374
17,621
180
6,906
1,749
2,437
6,313
40,289
11,729
49,750
286
83,198
17,708
269,846
5,251
23,584
32,802
1,404
18,756
205
5,399
1,327
3,514
7,358
47,175
12,811
58,262
494
93,171
19,407
330,920
9,528
16,708
38,836
2,237
26,137
216
8,613
2,229
4,133
8,006
61,099
15,468
77,838
533
155,126
32,839
459,545
8,842
15,449
36,726
1,460
22,247
239
8,209
1,835
4,363
8,424
55,320
15,196
67,698
400
146,815
19,875
413,096
6,243
12,007
43,484
855
15,514
205
6,176
2,001
4,152
12,819
42,951
10,408
52,673
455
101,652
19,597
331,194
3,199
8,002
19,245
383
9,863
211
4,499
1,063
1,082
4,332
27,674
8,340
36,561
225
58,771
10,629
194,080
2,355
11,119
61
2,188
236
381
461
563
2,188
5,227
5,010
10,969
197
2,423
483
43,863
1,755
41
4,121
11
810
475
170
433
405
1,033
16,321
1,762
11,452
244
2,395
383
41,813
1,170
3,856
733
197
133
439
502
715
17,765
847
11,976
25
1,719
315
40,390
2,385
9
4,623
11
994
550
181
691
550
615
18,943
1,443
13,628
42
2,169
826
47,660
3,551
7,366
19
2,176
863
359
1,196
333
900
15,589
2,925
14,704
208
6,255
2,438
58,882
4,951
7,556
19,968
341
7,755
724
4,373
1,490
1,304
4,732
24,404
4,949
35,180
366
55,813
9,644
183,553
8,335
13,513
35,286
1,679
19,900
930
6,832
1,890
3,450
6,225
39,603
8,718
55,744
661
108,667
21,730
333,161
7,561
15,732
20,380
1,998
21,059
569
6,850
1,210
4,127
8,624
56,414
8,679
60,688
758
115,654
22,948
353,252
8,331
14,429
20,380
1,854
21,779
569
7,643
2,007
4,196
7,287
50,239
14,957
68,365
472
129,685
21,801
373,995
8,387
15,308
57,589
2,362
24,376
871
8,865
1,810
4,591
8,113
54,746
18,151
58,992
563
132,869
29,385
426,979
6,858
13,547
36,371
1,657
21,864
1,085
7,802
2,007
3,694
6,102
47,867
16,000
61,420
219
114,415
24,569
365,477
3,018
5,489
16,324
597
6,911
677
2,292
908
1,379
1,944
20,879
7,427
26,832
44
52,544
6,664
153,931
54,799
152,148
341,721
423,065
497,109
711,369
622,168
528,356
259,522
63,198
57,134
52,705
64,973
98,074
282,045
506,548
555,798
592,428
648,044
542,006
235,654
4,088
Aug-07
2,945
3
19
122
4,440
507
466
83
47
44
31
4
5
3
1,518
7
Sep-07
1,077
75
150
4,255
241
316
78
62
57
33
4
264
6
1,514
1
Nov-07
3,833
785
1,019
278
6,280
1,285
1,699
147
70
53
107
48
6,289
236
3,895
65
122
144
14
116
72
6,128
51
74
53
68
30
36
39
30
43
83
82
52
65
67
140
68
53
44
33
52
52
60
66
86
68
63
54
70
82
63
45
52
58
73
82
11
98
3
Dec-07
4,099
4,063
6,674
1,427
8,302
9,161
588
1,424
357
235
368
334
11,720
2,448
13,253
185
1,428
311
1,002
520
314
200
14,686
501
181
98
103
81
36
61
32
103
117
174
115
122
125
182
120
197
100
56
80
163
171
160
213
121
104
115
142
173
186
136
117
170
188
218
155
370
424
Jan-08
5,060
7,558
11,406
2,651
16,359
15,011
3,072
2,664
626
477
629
583
10,344
4,704
21,917
641
4,417
373
2,082
1,261
517
359
28,179
1,069
400
183
223
173
44
148
77
235
214
292
210
204
195
326
199
280
185
191
214
304
295
294
383
265
239
232
307
284
277
274
255
268
342
438
186
695
3,388
Feb-08
2,046
7,444
10,929
2,473
19,077
16,774
8,024
2,678
703
548
728
616
23,604
5,845
25,065
696
3,934
500
2,601
1,362
789
448
29,549
1,224
404
247
253
210
67
241
117
250
280
159
256
177
189
407
149
341
215
179
191
349
297
269
423
209
269
230
207
306
319
230
304
179
197
457
216
790
3,455
Apr-08
4,105
8,782
13,273
3,120
24,039
20,692
7,252
3,247
737
576
902
743
7,358
27,990
831
4,511
509
3,059
1,480
733
435
34,611
1,325
514
194
275
248
147
177
212
290
244
340
288
243
212
347
204
241
237
351
243
434
302
395
386
383
287
299
375
283
366
265
307
399
407
613
264
800
3,983
9,245
3,868
3,528
1,802
3,915
May-08
4,796
6,780
11,297
2,578
17,463
18,533
5,229
2,298
639
418
660
476
14,375
3,622
23,080
659
3,684
380
1,984
1,137
577
437
25,017
1,137
337
214
170
224
142
159
193
227
161
322
247
176
189
174
198
172
230
465
246
348
265
316
305
292
244
240
372
406
295
191
301
237
356
520
341
668
2,986
7,222
2,366
2,722
1,227
2,807
2008 Usage (m³)
Jun-08
2,684
2,248
4,853
908
7,672
11,038
3,097
322
161
137
337
170
15,908
2,137
7,721
221
1,502
130
297
448
188
166
6,387
486
135
46
35
39
28
54
30
104
31
137
35
74
220
40
192
322
36
39
292
106
103
101
71
99
92
46
118
95
123
62
87
125
141
121
80
176
1,344
1,252
1,782
441
907
Oct-07
2,759
14
41
103
4,880
322
120
78
49
43
49
28
931
22
1,937
21
41
50
45
7
2,548
34
40
31
28
19
22
21
20
23
19
28
21
29
31
75
28
22
23
22
32
31
27
26
23
27
29
24
23
23
23
21
33
25
28
41
8
24
3
206-1085 247-4707
210-6366 206-1337
322-0182 206-1683
210-6363 192-5106
206-1085 248-6427
206-1085 248-6429
210-7172 192-5748
210-6366 205-9898
205-8019 188-3851
226-8568 206-1186
210-6364 192-5107
210-6366 192-5109
226-8567 206-1185
210-6899 192-5544
206-1085 250-0245
206-1085 192-5113
210-7172 263-2173
210-6363 206-1175
210-6894 192-5541
206-1085 188-3849
206-1085 206-1189
265-7713 206-1184
210-6363 245-9628
284-8592 188-3839
210-6363 192-5112
206-1085 206-1197
226-8579 206-1198
226-8581 206-1199
226-8583 206-1200
226-8585 206-1201
226-8588 206-1202
226-8601 206-1210
226-8603 206-1211
226-8605 206-1212
226-8607 206-1213
226-8608 206-1214
226-8612 206-1216
226-8614 206-1217
226-8616 206-1218
226-8619 206-1220
265-6716 206-1219
265-7661 206-1215
265-7713 206-1196
226-8633 206-1227
226-8634 206-1228
226-8640 206-1229
226-8645 206-1230
226-8647 206-1231
226-8649 206-1232
226-8651 206-1233
226-8653 206-1234
210-6364 206-1223
226-8621 206-1221
226-8623 206-1222
226-8627 206-1224
226-8629 206-1225
226-8630 206-1226
205-8011 188-3845
206-1085 188-3844
226-8649 188-3846
194-7109 179-1062
210-6366 264-1486
206-1085 192-0711
305-0363 257-0872
305-0363 179-1035
194-7109 179-0996
Dec-06
4,155
4,307
9,062
2,082
10,846
11,949
2,417
1,432
443
366
392
349
9,101
3,378
19,014
405
1,851
1,293
3,145
ADDENDUM A Page 1- 1
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN
CRA + COBALT ENGINEERING
Natural Gas Usage Data.
Building Number
Building
6
75 University Unit BYKIT (Same location as above)
25
64 University (St. Michael's)
26
66 Hickory (Northdale)
40
209 Regina
42
22 Bricker Sc. Research (Electrical Consolidated)
43
34 Bricker Academic (Electrical Consolidated)
45
50 University (Electrical Contract)
46
266 Marsland (Storage Whse))
48
157 Albert (Lucinda House)
49
79 Seagram (House)
50
205 Regina
51
195 Regina
53
81 Seagram (Stadium)
54
1 -81 Lodge
58
200 King Residence
59
12 Lodge (Res House)
60
192 King (Career Co-op)
61
89 Seagram (Res House)
62
65 Lodge (Academic - Art Studio)
63
165 Albert (House for faculty)
64
80 Seagram (Res House)
65
83 Seagram (Res House)
66
88 Seagram [Waterloo College Hall Residence]
67
152 Albert (same hse as 150)
68
14 Lodge (Res House)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 16] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 18] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 12] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 10] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 8] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 6] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 2] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 4] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
205 Sunview [Unit 1] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
72
205 Sunview [Unit 3] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 5] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 9] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 11] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 13] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 17] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 15] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 7] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 14] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
186 Sunview (St. Jacobs Hse Bldg 73)
73
73
188 Sunview (St. Jacobs Hse)
73
190 Sunview (St. Jacobs Hse)
73
192 Sunview (St. Jacobs Hse)
73
194 Sunview (St. Jacobs Hse)
73
196 Sunview (St. Jacobs Hse)
73
198 Sunview (St. Jacobs Hse)
73
200 Sunview (St. Jacobs Hse)
74
176 Sunview (St. Agatha Hse)
172 Sunview (St. Agatha Hse Bldg 74)
74
74
174 Sunview (St. Agatha Hse)
74
178 Sunview (St. Agatha Hse)
74
180 Sunview (St. Agatha Hse)
74
182 Sunview (St. Agatha Hse)
75
183 Albert (Res House)
76
187 Albert (Hse-Laurier Centre for Community Service-Learning)
77
181 Albert (Res House)
90
73 George (Carnegie Bldg)
91
171 Colbourne Grand River Hall
92
41 George [Residence] Old Post
93
119 Darling (Wilkes Hse)
94
111 Darling (Journalism)
97
50 Market St. (Odeon)
Below are the 2 Consolidated Accounts with their Sub Account consumption data
226-8760 206-1194 Consolidated Lester Residences
188 Lester (Primary) (St. Clements Hse Bldg 71)
71
190 Lester (Sub) (Heidelberg Hse Bldg 70)
70
377-5602 188-6411
6
10
11
12
14
18
32
36
38
39
41
47
8/37
1/2/3
4/5/3
20/21/22/23
Main Campus (Consolidated Gas)
Dining Hall (Gas Consolidated)
Seminary (Gas Consolidated)
A.C. (Gas Consolidated) (170 Albert??)
Alumni Hall (Gas Consolidated)
SUB/Willison (Gas Consolidated)
Leupold (Gas Consolidated)
Schlegel (Gas Consolidated)
Bouckaert (Gas Consolidated)
232 King (Gas Consolidated)
202 Regina (Gas Consolidated)
10 Bricker Sci. Bldg. (Gas Consolidated)
44 Bricker Res. (Gas Consolidated)
Theatre Aud/Aird (Gas Consolidated)
Arts Bldg 1-3 (Gas Consolidated)
Woods/FNC/Arts E (Gas Consolidated) Primary
20 - 23 Conrad (Gas Consolidated)
TOTALS:
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
Usage (m³)
Account2008
Number
206-1085 247-4707
210-6366 206-1337
322-0182 206-1683
210-6363 192-5106
206-1085 248-6427
206-1085 248-6429
210-7172 192-5748
210-6366 205-9898
205-8019 188-3851
226-8568 206-1186
210-6364 192-5107
210-6366 192-5109
226-8567 206-1185
210-6899 192-5544
206-1085 250-0245
206-1085 192-5113
210-7172 263-2173
210-6363 206-1175
210-6894 192-5541
206-1085 188-3849
206-1085 206-1189
265-7713 206-1184
210-6363 245-9628
284-8592 188-3839
210-6363 192-5112
206-1085 206-1197
226-8579 206-1198
226-8581 206-1199
226-8583 206-1200
226-8585 206-1201
226-8588 206-1202
226-8601 206-1210
226-8603 206-1211
226-8605 206-1212
226-8607 206-1213
226-8608 206-1214
226-8612 206-1216
226-8614 206-1217
226-8616 206-1218
226-8619 206-1220
265-6716 206-1219
265-7661 206-1215
265-7713 206-1196
226-8633 206-1227
226-8634 206-1228
226-8640 206-1229
226-8645 206-1230
226-8647 206-1231
226-8649 206-1232
226-8651 206-1233
226-8653 206-1234
210-6364 206-1223
226-8621 206-1221
226-8623 206-1222
226-8627 206-1224
226-8629 206-1225
226-8630 206-1226
205-8011 188-3845
206-1085 188-3844
226-8649 188-3846
194-7109 179-1062
210-6366 264-1486
206-1085 192-0711
305-0363 257-0872
305-0363 179-1035
194-7109 179-0996
Jul-08
1,421
644
1,970
816
7,824
9,139
486
147
61
106
233
70
322
741
5,610
65
923
100
201
117
111
4,632
331
109
17
15
12
17
14
11
33
21
38
11
2
20
15
40
44
15
13
12
94
73
86
84
64
99
41
65
67
147
38
82
82
132
32
117
20
1,819
696
1,356
222
306
Aug-08
772
56
172
6,328
6,176
155
80
12
52
10
10
126
1,629
19
84
41
41
40
31
1,559
119
34
19
14
13
11
12
11
13
13
8
21
15
20
17
13
9
14
43
43
90
61
36
51
40
24
49
78
31
46
39
88
25
11
17
3
393
901
196
3
Sep-08
763
8
56
180
6,624
6,095
128
19
8
19
9
30
137
17
541
18
84
28
14
1,041
118
29
15
14
11
39
8
10
13
Nov-08
2,226
622
5,458
244
7,024
7,110
525
22
39
121
169
105
2,281
711
6,217
159
228
161
25
9
17
20
14
18
14
32
16
11
38
32
62
43
30
34
33
15
39
26
23
38
39
71
24
11
16
3
59
359
940
135
-
Oct-08
1,543
321
169
6,617
6,291
153
25
9
39
26
58
300
61
2,018
31
87
54
144
12
41
1,837
112
33
31
17
25
25
22
19
26
22
22
22
27
31
36
31
31
14
30
30
35
36
45
28
26
41
71
55
31
27
24
30
34
55
41
8
25
14
59
463
786
135
-
226-8760 2061-194
226-8760 2061-195
Sub-Total
1,177
366
1,543
377
588
966
175
716
891
377-5602 1886-414
377-5602 1886-418
377-5602 1886-416
377-5602 1886409
377-5602 1886-410
377-5602 1886-427
377-5602 2444-750
377-5602 1886-422
377-5602 1886-423
377-5602 1886-426
377-5602 1886-428
377-5602 1886-429
377-5602 1886-413
377-5602 1886-415
377-5602 1886-411
377-5602 1886-412
Sub-Total
2,522
4,046
16,418
275
2,996
266
2,548
649
919
2,388
18,958
4,918
19,495
50
33,499
2,029
111,976
1,477
7,029
3
633
214
196
430
239
4
11,932
1,818
358
36
1,211
346
25,927
155,770
46,930
2009 Usage (m³)
Apr-09
May-09
2,254
2,886
8,518
5,323
11,162
9,644
3,300
2,850
20,777
15,315
20,595
16,245
2,928
5,198
2,079
1,157
604
465
487
335
997
846
722
670
13,823
10,350
5,976
4,219
27,079
21,484
661
527
4,772
3,161
444
357
1,837
1,474
1,339
946
659
461
460
285
23,721
18,196
917
819
534
403
188
132
512
362
207
134
216
142
162
126
256
236
277
184
180
86
300
199
311
198
276
162
240
165
258
210
318
207 361
216
287
258
265
126
212
149
455
328
341
176
571
385
382
180
336
202
395
272
560
305
460
308
359
242
308
207
323
186
323
239
311
163
588
427
624
443
350
323
643
448
3,455
2,798
191
2,866
2,265
4,314
4,058
1,257
982
2,077
1,600
263
215
122
6,402
117
88
77
114
58
22
39
50
44
56
93
99
45
66
59
193
56
60
79
66
106
84
181
73
103
77
227
159
103
93
32
36
65
153
152
75
132
8
850
1,229
104
22
Dec-08
2,295
4,521
7,310
1,588
8,254
12,416
6,092
647
112
201
537
373
7,187
2,243
11,142
397
2,054
250
719
492
443
268
13,016
251
223
134
197
109
103
88
156
140
105
164
151
85
121
118
197
139
30
50
122
239
174
619
129
136
168
272
242
197
140
121
148
103
291
277
130
261
957
3
1,729
2,891
713
519
Jan-09
1,954
8,182
12,200
2,634
22,380
15,759
4,668
1,452
455
447
826
643
13,549
4,468
18,992
681
3,772
428
1,843
992
834
471
24,065
830
418
230
333
219
167
178
235
292
155
247
292
208
184
253
280
314
256
124
224
420
308
411
311
249
337
422
444
346
342
267
279
232
504
452
386
538
2,596
3
1,448
4,395
1,193
1,572
Feb-09
1,638
8,535
11,817
3,253
13,886
23,469
4,138
2,370
577
542
1,011
863
15,082
6,511
31,304
902
5,916
340
2,315
1,653
814
500
24,894
1,304
545
176
365
114
266
103
231
360
175
246
282
207
227
314
275
419
145
169
286
436
367
383
240
344
344
419
463
301
408
258
409
128
490
613
561
814
3,971
354
3,124
5,504
1,819
2,686
Mar-09
2,478
8,654
12,721
3,311
26,746
20,655
4,074
2,154
741
577
1,019
877
14,860
6,844
31,671
952
5,514
591
2,021
1,643
794
489
26,161
1,451
693
234
478
253
172
203
247
314
167
267
347
237
217
323
1,238
397
228
228
263
458
370
508
397
281
399
332
445
381
372
303
318
305
559
666
422
825
4,634
719
3,682
5,844
1,909
3,146
Jun-09
1,377
2,143
3,703
2,001
7,780
13,845
3,319
658
187
191
542
261
4,599
2,204
15,267
326
2,637
166
555
566
173
116
6,791
511
244
46
123
32
86
48
66
103
80
122
107
102
77
65
734
105
77
50
63
112
69
103
47
97
101
148
214
115
159
29
299
51
204
276
221
243
988
1,316
2,751
1,493
797
Jul-09
Aug-09
497
619
1,116
1,282
1,959
3,242
2,989
3,283
6,273
4,971
5,218
10,189
4,774
4,913
9,686
11,493
9,892
4,030
4,674
8,704
1,582
3,411
4,993
1,385
3
6,733
31
863
225
122
441
208
13,192
1,304
2,952
36
1,381
327
29,203
2,562
3
4,807
58
1,122
366
196
661
455
12,974
2,354
6,562
47
1,831
1,144
35,142
4,306
2,073
9,445
114
3,080
727
900
1,202
419
959
16,901
5,518
6,294
233
13,439
5,115
70,724
4,099
7,967
19,738
622
7,475
688
4,954
1,227
1,193
3,984
28,382
10,000
37,964
103
55,136
13,884
197,416
6,284
10,380
33,528
1,424
18,918
752
7,883
1,479
3,453
7,513
44,413
14,557
49,528
228
92,101
20,985
313,425
12,201
16,409
52,122
2,820
30,576
688
11,309
1,313
6,211
12,101
64,338
16,650
71,543
619
143,124
32,534
474,557
13,349
14,819
48,091
2,398
29,928
935
11,075
1,879
4,277
11,423
56,782
18,104
68,292
475
145,660
30,972
458,459
10,583
13,784
38,653
1,984
26,742
791
10,749
1,468
3,797
8,561
50,276
9,431
61,690
375
126,079
27,702
392,665
7,891
10,710
26,330
1,241
21,169
858
8,672
1,610
2,759
6,239
36,698
7,513
51,389
222
90,777
23,160
297,237
4,003
7,625
19,915
525
12,543
500
7,091
1,005
797
3,540
26,739
4,213
37,588
144
64,744
15,006
205,976
3,129
14,376
144
2,419
530
6,132
611
841
2,125
20,988
2,259
9,331
222
7,522
1,103
71,734
2,211 `
1,923
83
608
405
3,399
483
383
19
13,441
1,613
5,632
100
2,113
888
33,301
48,415
58,770
119,936
299,388
488,202
677,217
680,731
585,515
449,386
291,582
71,734
33,301
JAN
FEB
MAR
APR
MAY
Average Usage (m³)
JUN
2,058
1,506
2,428
558
4,011
1,012
1,457
489
7,953
6,362
11,908
5,134
3,161
673
478
132
201
83
159
97
387
158
192
39
6,840
164
2,257
559
8,122
3,999
182
41
2,070
923
157
77
585
3
510
114
188
72
120
60
7,664
3,764
511
268
187
75
46
25
61
14
45
29
54
23
50
22
46
24
95
35
57
29
121
43
69
22
72
18
138
28
56
42
0
39
177
31
54
26
49
18
135
26
96
56
82
45
95
58
59
49
80
39
99
68
90
27
170
63
79
42
152
80
58
29
155
50
76
50
166
93
204
58
132
70
213
45
1,254
914
0
0
1,253
612
2,435
1,249
964
163
1,101
207
1,949
7,268
10,998
2,728
15,299
18,723
6,598
2,516
576
490
786
657
17,205
5,741
27,941
687
4,925
386
2,419
1,560
721
406
26,275
1,140
427
200
248
154
153
167
147
278
210
204
245
158
210
278
202
350
163
159
189
327
314
273
297
228
291
262
341
251
338
243
299
185
332
482
342
714
3,490
354
2,657
3,684
1,528
2,971
3,981
9,425
14,058
3,149
21,242
18,084
6,662
3,115
738
627
875
738
18,157
6,648
32,762
861
4,844
552
2,592
1,506
818
466
35,333
1,325
539
267
328
257
239
215
215
332
237
327
314
169
189
328
582
483
228
258
246
452
373
466
420
319
355
352
466
313
439
362
348
349
475
609
377
793
4,170
491
3,589
4,369
1,853
3,464
3,155
8,284
12,022
3,180
20,463
18,500
5,959
2,731
700
551
897
690
9,698
6,571
30,530
736
4,642
458
2,634
1,561
684
409
30,453
1,192
485
204
325
214
240
192
210
251
198
309
284
280
263
264
252
312
234
286
196
390
326
421
361
357
323
365
420
278
357
300
307
323
458
618
339
709
3,946
4,718
3,328
3,917
1,735
3,480
3,896
6,315
10,507
2,669
21,662
20,819
5,793
1,961
557
404
676
528
10,740
4,195
23,795
717
3,422
370
1,846
1,027
548
336
23,022
979
456
180
212
185
113
151
204
194
124
258
238
140
173
182
209
227
222
277
163
325
238
328
273
222
269
266
364
260
317
240
269
209
381
460
281
532
2,645
3,611
2,336
3,138
1,079
2,090
4,663
5,338
10,001
6,635
7,276
13,105
5,933
6,087
11,310
4,734
5,469
10,203
1,941
2,367
4,308
722
400
1,121
8,338
18,575
35,101
2,074
23,464
488
7,853
1,283
4,617
9,361
55,976
12,713
63,498
624
117,316
24,963
386,243
10,403
15,319
35,769
2,163
25,948
574
9,110
2,038
4,202
8,905
56,040
16,176
71,498
493
143,490
28,537
430,666
9,271
14,847
44,323
1,935
24,455
634
9,274
1,704
4,250
8,366
53,448
14,259
62,793
446
135,254
25,654
410,913
6,997
12,088
35,395
1,251
19,515
716
7,550
1,873
3,535
8,387
42,505
11,307
55,161
299
102,281
22,442
331,303
3,407
7,039
18,495
501
9,772
463
4,627
992
1,086
3,272
25,097
6,660
33,660
138
58,686
10,767
184,662
2,669
1,349
13,971
160
2,534
344
3,020
574
774
2,234
15,058
4,062
13,265
156
14,481
1,205
75,857
135,185
150,733
143,820
115,956
64,632
26,550
ADDENDUM A Page 1- 2
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN
CRA + COBALT ENGINEERING
Natural Gas Usage Data.
Building Number
Building
6
75 University Unit BYKIT (Same location as above)
25
64 University (St. Michael's)
26
66 Hickory (Northdale)
40
209 Regina
42
22 Bricker Sc. Research (Electrical Consolidated)
43
34 Bricker Academic (Electrical Consolidated)
45
50 University (Electrical Contract)
46
266 Marsland (Storage Whse))
48
157 Albert (Lucinda House)
49
79 Seagram (House)
50
205 Regina
51
195 Regina
53
81 Seagram (Stadium)
54
1 -81 Lodge
58
200 King Residence
59
12 Lodge (Res House)
60
192 King (Career Co-op)
61
89 Seagram (Res House)
62
65 Lodge (Academic - Art Studio)
63
165 Albert (House for faculty)
64
80 Seagram (Res House)
65
83 Seagram (Res House)
66
88 Seagram [Waterloo College Hall Residence]
67
152 Albert (same hse as 150)
68
14 Lodge (Res House)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 16] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 18] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 12] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 10] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 8] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 6] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 2] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 4] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
205 Sunview [Unit 1] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
72
205 Sunview [Unit 3] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 5] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 9] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 11] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 13] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 17] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 15] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 7] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
72
205 Sunview [Unit 14] (Conestogo Hse Bldg 72)
186 Sunview (St. Jacobs Hse Bldg 73)
73
73
188 Sunview (St. Jacobs Hse)
73
190 Sunview (St. Jacobs Hse)
73
192 Sunview (St. Jacobs Hse)
73
194 Sunview (St. Jacobs Hse)
73
196 Sunview (St. Jacobs Hse)
73
198 Sunview (St. Jacobs Hse)
73
200 Sunview (St. Jacobs Hse)
74
176 Sunview (St. Agatha Hse)
172 Sunview (St. Agatha Hse Bldg 74)
74
74
174 Sunview (St. Agatha Hse)
74
178 Sunview (St. Agatha Hse)
74
180 Sunview (St. Agatha Hse)
74
182 Sunview (St. Agatha Hse)
75
183 Albert (Res House)
76
187 Albert (Hse-Laurier Centre for Community Service-Learning)
77
181 Albert (Res House)
90
73 George (Carnegie Bldg)
91
171 Colbourne Grand River Hall
92
41 George [Residence] Old Post
93
119 Darling (Wilkes Hse)
94
111 Darling (Journalism)
97
50 Market St. (Odeon)
Below are the 2 Consolidated Accounts with their Sub Account consumption data
226-8760 206-1194 Consolidated Lester Residences
188 Lester (Primary) (St. Clements Hse Bldg 71)
71
190 Lester (Sub) (Heidelberg Hse Bldg 70)
70
377-5602 188-6411
6
10
11
12
14
18
32
36
38
39
41
47
8/37
1/2/3
4/5/3
20/21/22/23
TOTALS:
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
Main Campus (Consolidated Gas)
Dining Hall (Gas Consolidated)
Seminary (Gas Consolidated)
A.C. (Gas Consolidated) (170 Albert??)
Alumni Hall (Gas Consolidated)
SUB/Willison (Gas Consolidated)
Leupold (Gas Consolidated)
Schlegel (Gas Consolidated)
Bouckaert (Gas Consolidated)
232 King (Gas Consolidated)
202 Regina (Gas Consolidated)
10 Bricker Sci. Bldg. (Gas Consolidated)
44 Bricker Res. (Gas Consolidated)
Theatre Aud/Aird (Gas Consolidated)
Arts Bldg 1-3 (Gas Consolidated)
Woods/FNC/Arts E (Gas Consolidated) Primary
20 - 23 Conrad (Gas Consolidated)
1,859
2
38
147
5,384
3,342
311
82
30
48
21
7
66
2
1,574
13
84
38
0
22
28
16
1,811
122
32
25
13
20
17
16
18
17
10
20
16
15
30
38
26
20
20
14
30
30
29
54
37
25
36
26
12
31
45
23
30
28
52
30
11
30
3
0
360
898
139
5
920
4
66
165
5,440
3,168
222
49
35
38
21
17
201
11
1,027
9
84
31
0
0
8
0
1,174
81
32
23
11
19
29
15
16
16
22
23
13
24
17
37
25
18
29
17
25
28
23
35
27
20
26
21
17
26
18
20
26
27
44
26
10
27
3
59
338
928
105
0
2,151
7
181
136
5,749
3,307
136
51
29
41
37
43
615
42
1,978
26
64
52
72
0
28
24
2,192
73
37
31
22
22
23
21
19
24
21
25
21
28
31
56
30
26
18
26
31
33
32
36
26
26
35
47
39
27
25
22
32
30
41
41
8
24
9
59
451
829
88
0
3,418
900
3,588
500
7,506
5,874
876
131
86
152
125
60
4,214
590
6,290
127
175
134
231
214
164
85
7,640
158
99
67
80
56
99
50
50
47
69
92
80
50
69
91
135
59
62
61
51
82
113
114
92
67
80
110
223
81
96
77
63
87
124
122
53
110
13
0
887
1,163
78
77
3,516
4,297
7,682
1,699
9,134
11,175
3,032
1,168
304
267
432
352
9,336
2,690
14,470
329
1,741
332
978
762
381
215
15,254
459
225
126
145
111
49
85
105
135
117
165
155
92
123
138
159
181
84
93
109
206
180
336
191
160
169
169
131
150
189
151
149
176
239
260
139
316
868
3
1,604
2,098
585
805
3,692
6,952
10,855
2,565
17,456
15,705
4,853
2,014
540
450
666
572
11,522
4,522
21,541
625
4,094
403
1,971
1,268
610
346
24,576
896
394
194
231
189
121
155
142
242
182
247
227
169
174
232
215
268
187
166
191
328
276
318
310
224
273
268
355
250
304
262
239
255
369
416
247
550
2,683
3
2,073
3,066
1,125
1,910
62,251
85,610
139,034
35,039
271,998
252,753
69,955
26,341
7,180
6,158
9,375
7,133
160,309
61,913
320,112
8,020
49,212
5,593
10,911
6,984
7,781
2,076
332,039
13,266
5,549
2,572
3,130
2,448
2,166
2,112
2,245
3,053
2,342
3,464
3,124
2,268
2,677
3,207
1,671
3,952
2,493
2,688
2,595
4,379
3,743
4,793
3,983
3,305
3,756
3,743
4,859
3,324
4,382
3,330
3,633
3,403
5,217
6,165
3,672
7,413
36,505
8,944
36,316
51,866
17,354
13,139
ALL MONTHS
HAVE DATA?
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
NO
NO
yes
NO
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
NO
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
NO
yes
yes
yes
NO
226-8760 2061-194
226-8760 2061-195
Sub-Total
343
501
844
203
606
809
469
522
991
1,747
1,828
3,575
3,354
3,170
6,524
4,644
5,127
9,771
66,107
72,045
135,123
yes
yes
yes
29,070
29,647
58,717
21,854
25,748
68,987
377-5602 1886-414
377-5602 1886-418
377-5602 1886-416
377-5602 1886409
377-5602 1886-410
377-5602 1886-427
377-5602 2444-750
377-5602 1886-422
377-5602 1886-423
377-5602 1886-426
377-5602 1886-428
377-5602 1886-429
377-5602 1886-413
377-5602 1886-415
377-5602 1886-411
377-5602 1886-412
Sub-Total
1,616
20
5,575
7
722
344
183
432
322
518
14,127
1,790
5,905
140
1,803
365
33,870
1,277
2
5,294
15
798
211
128
440
355
357
15,478
1,075
7,464
31
1,550
321
34,797
2,474
6
4,715
35
1,058
458
189
676
502
307
15,958
1,898
10,095
44
2,000
985
41,401
3,820
1,772
10,308
139
3,189
608
558
1,268
392
1,405
17,216
4,771
13,590
291
7,738
4,368
71,433
24,260
8,084
20,727
656
9,994
530
4,310
1,440
1,355
4,764
26,588
7,971
38,250
259
38,346
12,563
200,097
6,236
8,158
31,484
1,492
18,813
621
7,207
1,706
3,113
6,684
41,435
11,668
51,674
391
94,655
20,141
305,477
153,195
155,939
487,214
18,783
257,060
11,491
100,168
27,566
44,393
99,762
701,876
175,992
790,210
6,001
1,317,887
279,660
2,659,033
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
58,657
85,625
237,383
10,591
130,546
7,746
45,882
14,541
25,096
48,478
367,997
90,868
429,950
3,800
724,607
141,188
70,662
87,819
282,809
11,493
156,044
7,011
65,696
13,364
24,726
56,713
381,585
96,380
413,653
2,567
768,981
173,204
Average
Usage (m³)
Account
Number
JUL
206-1085 247-4707
210-6366 206-1337
322-0182 206-1683
210-6363 192-5106
206-1085 248-6427
206-1085 248-6429
210-7172 192-5748
210-6366 205-9898
205-8019 188-3851
226-8568 206-1186
210-6364 192-5107
210-6366 192-5109
226-8567 206-1185
210-6899 192-5544
206-1085 250-0245
206-1085 192-5113
210-7172 263-2173
210-6363 206-1175
210-6894 192-5541
206-1085 188-3849
206-1085 206-1189
265-7713 206-1184
210-6363 245-9628
284-8592 188-3839
210-6363 192-5112
206-1085 206-1197
226-8579 206-1198
226-8581 206-1199
226-8583 206-1200
226-8585 206-1201
226-8588 206-1202
226-8601 206-1210
226-8603 206-1211
226-8605 206-1212
226-8607 206-1213
226-8608 206-1214
226-8612 206-1216
226-8614 206-1217
226-8616 206-1218
226-8619 206-1220
265-6716 206-1219
265-7661 206-1215
265-7713 206-1196
226-8633 206-1227
226-8634 206-1228
226-8640 206-1229
226-8645 206-1230
226-8647 206-1231
226-8649 206-1232
226-8651 206-1233
226-8653 206-1234
210-6364 206-1223
226-8621 206-1221
226-8623 206-1222
226-8627 206-1224
226-8629 206-1225
226-8630 206-1226
205-8011 188-3845
206-1085 188-3844
226-8649 188-3846
194-7109 179-1062
210-6366 264-1486
206-1085 192-0711
305-0363 257-0872
305-0363 179-1035
194-7109 179-0996
AUG
11,854
SEP
12,179
OCT
14,490
NOV
25,002
DEC
70,034
TOTAL:
106,917
m3 of gas
2007
40,020
47,444
73,859
16,721
136,669
112,804
38,264
16,528
4,252
3,212
4,704
3,642
102,237
32,695
157,457
4,173
23,813
2,999
13,637
7,562
4,081
2,567
186,686
7,406
2,654
1,369
1,452
1,381
769
1,158
936
1,634
1,495
1,964
1,548
1,452
1,512
2,270
1,449
2,308
1,375
1,618
1,738
2,249
1,886
2,087
2,306
1,831
1,651
1,599
2,055
1,939
2,047
1,608
1,834
1,832
2,216
3,169
1,616
4,560
19,277
16,731
20,150
24,299
8,676
17,803
2008
Average
21,607
30,814
47,149
47,297
76,420
75,139
20,519
18,620
149,555
143,112
157,794
135,299
31,865
35,064
10,810
13,669
3,270
3,761
3,118
3,165
6,224
5,464
4,683
4,162
82,615
92,426
33,994
33,344
172,954
165,205
4,738
4,455
29,233
26,523
2,961
2,980
10,908
12,272
8,136
7,849
4,575
4,328
2,894
2,730
152,314
169,500
6,880
7,143
3,354
3,004
1,297
1,333
2,544
1,998
1,187
1,284
1,266
1,017
1,003
1,081
1,527
1,232
1,799
1,716
1,048
1,271
1,736
1,850
1,837
1,692
1,369
1,410
1,387
1,450
1,681
1,975
2,085
1,767
2,112
2,210
1,416
1,395
1,158
1,388
1,452
1,595
2,764
2,506
2,074
1,980
3,443
2,765
1,975
2,140
1,904
1,867
2,317
1,984
2,871
2,235
2,893
2,474
2,231
2,085
2,307
2,177
1,635
1,622
2,247
2,041
1,553
1,692
3,562
2,889
3,624
3,396
2,615
2,115
3,981
4,270
21,247
20,262
1,387
9,059
19,192
19,671
34,969
29,634
10,157
9,417
12,729
15,266
MWh
Average
320.9753
492.674
782.7014
193.9575
1490.751
1409.366
365.253
142.3843
39.17963
32.96792
56.91439
43.3582
962.7688
347.337
1720.89
46.41063
276.2797
31.0437
127.836
81.7581
45.08413
28.44088
1765.625
74.40798
31.29291
13.88503
20.81239
13.37365
10.59816
11.25583
12.83048
17.87981
13.24436
19.27169
17.62885
14.69154
15.10085
20.57705
18.40597
23.02113
14.53442
14.45942
16.6141
26.10901
20.62586
28.8032
22.29438
19.45307
20.66843
23.28097
25.76925
21.72028
22.67657
16.89239
21.25636
17.62917
30.09296
35.37882
22.03421
44.4835
211.0626
94.36257
204.9066
308.6867
98.08944
159.0185
25,462 265.2288
27,698 288.5165
63,852 665.1247
64,660
86,722
260,096
11,042
143,295
7,379
55,789
13,952
24,911
52,596
374,791
93,624
421,802
3,183
746,794
157,196
673.5381
903.3538
2709.331
115.0221
1492.656
76.85965
581.1397
145.3352
259.49
547.8716
3904.072
975.2521
4393.768
33.16081
7779.103
1637.457
930,661
ADDENDUM A Page 1- 3
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN
CRA + COBALT ENGINEERING
Water Usage Data.
Building Number
2,3,4,5
6
7
8,13,15,16
9
10
11
12,17,18
14
20,21,22,23
24
25
26
32
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
53
54
54
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
72
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
73
74
74
74
74
74
74
75
76
77
85
90
91
92
93
94
97
98
Building
Dining Hall/Paul Martin C.T.R.
Student Services
Library
Seminary
Athletics Complex
Willison Hall
Clara Conrad Residences
Frank Peters Building
St. Michael's Campus
Northdale Campus
Schlegel Centre
Bouckaert Hall
Aird Building
232 King
202 Regina
209 Regina
Science Building
Science Research Building
50 University
266 Marsland
Bricker Residence
Lucinda House
Seagram House
205 Regina
195 Regina
University Stadium
81 Lodge
81 Lodge
King St Residence
12 Lodge
Career & Co-Op Building
89 Seagram
65 Lodge
165 Albert
80 Seagram
83 Seagram
Waterloo College Hall
150-152 Albert
14 Lodge
95 Seagram
Heidelberg House
St. Clements House
Conestogo House
St. Jacobs House
St. Agatha House
183 Albert
187 Albert
181 Albert
120 Duke
Carnegie Building
Grand River Hall
Old Post House
Wilkes House
Journalism House
Odeon Theatre
Student Centre
20 Bricker
2006 Usage (m³)
Oct-0 6
Nov-06
2,130
990
969
1,029
85
86
630
1,570
108
348
37
51
1,820
360
311
212
530
1,790
520
2,170
540
90
1,180
828
81
102
590
750
360
120
27
39
300
226
1,040
730
2,680
0
2,110
1,840
5
16
31
42
110
24
23
1830
Account Number
184760-001
184750-001
184770-001
184780-001
184830-001
184810-001
184740-001
184840-001
184790-001
184800-001
184850-001
453430-001
464045-027
184760-003
185610-001
186080-001
183293-001
183324-003
239181-001
370310-001
393640-001
186961-002
63944-002
343860-001
196234-001
61491-001
239175-001
239154-001
182841-001
240878-001
242772-001
463039-002
463039-003
463039-002
61491-006
226-8605 206-1212
464045-028
453458-003
452767-001
458864-002
196234-004
464045-001
453458-004
229211-001
229201-001
64081-001
64091-001
64104-001
64113-001
64129-001
64139-001
64146-001
64195-001
64164-001
64171-001
64180-001
64195-001
64206-001
64217-001
64221-001
64235-001
64244-001
64258-001
64015-001
64009-001
63992-001
63984-001
63978-001
63964-001
63956-001
63944-001
64077-001
64060-001
64052-001
64041-001
64033-001
64023-001
61653-001
196234-002
61491-004
110053447
74387-001
83742-001
74387-016
91213-001
92775-001
83742-003
74387-046
393640-002
Dec-06
1,400
1,069
173
1,230
303
45
1,190
269
1,250
1,480
520
890
1184
113
630
220
93
Jan-07
1,090
695
267
1,330
280
17
930
241
660
800
120
58
290
60
21
270
242
Feb-07
1,400
1,082
67
1,390
186
34
1,090
253
1,150
1,280
240
750
1098
117
590
230
41
1,230
970
78
390
160
31
240
475
1,320
330
1,430
95
1,190
1,830
29
23
41
21
1980
45
10
45
63
65
1,310
9
710
51
920
44
1
71
3
960
1050
35
133
48
23
45
35
46
43
39
65
45
43
46
43
46
101
49
28
23
43
24
34
34
30
39
37
30
26
25
35
34
30
41
174
47
415
11
26
16
9
45
12
15
15
16
38
14
15
43
9
14
16
19
14
9
61
12
13
26
11
16
15
11
13
8
14
21
9
66
574
28
27
21
749
157
147
3
50
16
756
129
113
3
39
450
1
690
1039
27
91
41
19
25
24
33
27
28
31
25
27
28
32
32
68
41
36
17
34
15
27
17
26
44
30
20
242
24
24
25
21
25
150
37
58
25
677
216
159
4
47
520
2,820
0
1,240
12
64
820
18
34
69
11
81
49
1,510
9
37
2
770
713
23
50
39
20
27
22
36
31
23
33
29
31
32
45
31
62
37
26
18
29
19
27
24
26
38
37
22
529
26
23
25
25
86
292
31
0
49
584
143
132
3
45
20
57
70
62
1,260
10
57
290
120
28
2007 Usage (m³)
Jun-07
Jul-07
680
1,520
498
599
18
18
290
260
112
91
28
25
900
1,040
240
160
130
150
160
110
0
437
750
757
70
73
280
0
170
470
29
29
270
138
1,020
270
950
2
880
1,020
9
12
32
10
11
20
2030
32
35
May-07
530
565
160
800
312
24
970
287
760
710
170
1,910
1
12
30
17
31
27
11
28
2500
1,220
Apr-07
1,860
1,037
50
1,490
287
37
1,070
187
1,340
1,390
290
990
447
111
860
240
29
240
212
2,150
430
3,990
1
1,370
1,740
3
11
36
559
53
61
82
34
1,190
15
Mar-07
1,540
886
38
960
252
33
1,010
310
860
890
200
81
54
827
143
189
3
59
500
79
46
12
65
45
240
7
800
340
Aug-07
1,440
233
13
240
87
12
860
240
210
100
103
1,320
1068
60
0
380
22
Sep-07
1,620
543
17
430
125
13
980
350
230
190
100
1,460
160
800
8
16
16
61
172
20
26
0
9
470
510
24
13
161
6
72
1
14
Nov-07
1,570
961
41
1,290
373
40
1,060
510
1,040
1,040
290
111
580
330
32
260
125
880
57
1,180
2,790
82
2,060
42
690
150
24
310
165
3560
81
1060
60
1620
36
65
27
11
23
23
1,300
17
32
40
60
9
19
2240
32
950
47
3
890
1302
40
34
205
106
40
24
33
34
72
24
50
34
206
49
34
70
30
38
22
40
39
28
52
41
39
41
35
21
33
38
35
35
36
6
25
45
38
556
129
216
5
37
530
37
3
17
38
30
1170
34
33
4
810
756
40
24
29
44
30
35
22
34
33
21
46
34
97
41
33
29
25
47
43
31
41
20
45
32
32
35
28
17
21
34
37
26
33
31
16
37
63
691
176
657
5
49
58
16
48
32
1310
33
590
93
60
45
1,140
413
207
6
71
270
4
17
30
46
540
8
20
1920
33
38
15
58
31
1,320
30
1,200
Apr-08
1330
1136
44
1220
310
34
1020
440
1040
1140
290
640
316
88
530
150
41
250
133
2920
390
3880
96
160
16
2
570
439
20
23
38
15
22
18
21
16
24
16
23
16
47
28
17
28
20
13
13
17
14
11
23
16
14
101
24
10
15
17
14
39
18
5
17
49
41
964
217
189
6
83
530
80
400
120
38
270
128
50
42
296
40
21
562
162
131
4
80
Mar-08
920
921
35
890
269
24
840
330
750
820
210
1900
3
17
34
62
20
10
24
2260
37
18
21
250
Feb-08
1370
1148
45
1240
195
28
1210
490
1190
1120
260
630
529
86
610
170
35
2190
310
2,110
4
28
31
70
140
540
2
1
240
487
14
33
21
16
21
21
17
17
11
19
28
17
19
32
17
49
20
0
1
1
1
1
2
5
43
1
2
71
0
1
2
1
138
3
29
15
16
146
9
48
1
8
Jan-08
520
782
26
620
262
11
870
270
720
520
110
2,190
480
1,810
22
45
42
52
55
35
11
0
45
170
4
Dec-07
1,560
1,226
42
1,230
360
30
1,090
490
1,170
1,040
300
620
1466
105
610
180
36
2,210
280
12
9
28
2
580
640
19
31
36
9
32
26
26
29
16
28
22
29
26
38
23
59
55
19
10
19
8
18
15
16
239
33
15
15
14
11
16
11
68
7
23
58
50
114
13
30
4
23
45
0
540
19
220
80
Oct-07
1,960
802
27
1,070
140
44
990
470
1,390
1,030
230
390
1296
86
400
500
15
40
7
710
851
34
24
31
28
22
20
24
23
53
17
72
23
87
34
25
20
20
45
25
32
34
16
34
26
27
29
21
18
21
29
31
27
30
33
11
51
25
617
180
230
4
43
19
32
520
147
476
1
46
530
0
105
683
206
330
5
55
580
2008 Usage (m³)
May-08
Jun-08
Jul-08
920
540
1370
852
450
459
31
18
16
850
260
330
375
81
94
22
13
17
960
850
930
360
60
40
710
270
90
770
210
170
140
160
180
1120
373
59
60
67
350
70
20
110
80
200
33
60
23
260
59
2850
230
5400
2430
105
16
3720
400
670
5
19
28
31
90
50
60
9
25
770
5
211
3
31
23
19
38
37
910
180
260
34
14
0
400
699
25
14
15
17
11
16
10
38
17
11
14
38
71
27
32
17
18
24
64
98
24
19
37
30
33
21
28
19
35
31
31
28
14
37
9
41
33
28
66
40
35
81
77
58
128
104
82
110
217
76
53
26
18
8
14
17
600
Aug-08
1570
342
12
170
91
13
920
40
240
120
170
920
239
66
20
370
21
Sep-08
1030
479
11
590
80
7
790
80
210
210
90
40
80
260
15
220
105
1890
170
Oct-08
1650
794
36
1110
201
27
1130
400
1060
1140
280
850
189
97
550
200
28
280
154
1980
300
830
69
810
460
3
17
27
16
12
0
14
190
13
330
21
8
210
225
6
2
1
1
0
1
1
1
13
1
1
1
1
1
20
3
3
1
49
77
29
29
26
24
35
8
23
17
25
30
23
41
0
3
1
11
30
89
65
68
17
25
590
129
580
160
31
34
69
550
104
254
14
56
700
Dec-08
1320
851
40
1070
343
22
1780
330
960
980
260
850
180
95
700
130
35
Jan-09
730
559
27
690
369
13
1240
240
540
620
120
49
240
50
21
270
204
Feb-09
1450
851
48
1420
219
28
1050
430
1130
1470
362
810
212
107
540
170
37
2570
510
2930
30
2390
2490
4
20
58
83
150
9
24
1880
44
5
37
2
9
52
17
1180
9
35
3
560
443
22
15
13
10
15
10
11
14
51
12
22
14
66
16
29
14
21
9
50
59
25
23
25
22
29
17
25
16
22
21
25
33
11
6
19
53
66
793
39
490
12
79
10
31
140
7
20
860
1
4
60
Nov-08
1430
1012
45
1240
420
30
1640
440
1470
1200
340
82
340
90
31
260
149
2390
300
3430
2
1230
2030
8
19
150
Mar-09
990
613
36
750
253
23
810
350
740
790
270
2260
7
18
63
86
550
12
24
2310
63
6
60
60
46
2540
0
1720
51
75
60
9
21
1870
42
5
44
2
11
79
42
1070
15
1300
0
10
57
35
1320
16
600
870
43
2
850
902
38
38
46
28
32
33
28
30
24
34
46
30
173
35
64
47
57
29
64
68
150
37
38
43
46
39
45
19
31
22
36
51
21
5
45
28
40
444
171
425
0
35
28
1000
57
27
671
253
609
-87
64
8
990
36
2
550
658
25
29
32
19
27
19
14
19
15
16
29
19
125
23
50
31
24
21
68
72
28
26
29
32
25
33
114
11
19
14
19
45
21
5
32
35
19
513
171
267
0
46
25
800
37
0
593
124
156
0
63
25
0
32
704
255
470
2
68
35
2009 Usage (m³)
Apr-09
May-09
1590
1010
948
529
53
36
1270
850
341
339
33
36
960
790
530
410
1250
680
1250
770
390
110
880
223
130
73
530
280
180
80
32
30
250
184
3280
430
2610
55
2330
1460
11
15
56
102
70
110
11
22
2410
52
4
67
5
22
47
37
1260
410
26
49
3
740
741
32
37
30
26
29
29
11
29
20
19
42
29
143
26
49
36
31
33
66
37
31
63
40
36
25
37
39
14
21
22
26
48
19
5
44
31
78
17
31
501
103
787
5
347
294
27
32
45
4
31
8
820
Jun-09
490
348
20
250
93
18
890
280
110
270
160
750
209
79
50
110
22
210
110
2380
230
Jul-09
970
443
28
170
113
31
530
240
150
210
200
Aug-09
JAN
141
99
40
200
22
23
2690
170
840
73
2240
820
7
15
29
50
120
10
22
620
36
5
57
1
37
31
33
90
35
37
2
520
533
27
38
24
23
22
26
12
27
19
19
64
27
136
32
44
26
43
31
57
13
13
11
21
32
31
32
23
9
15
11
10
34
29
5
29
710
15
110
60
17
0
5
120
90
2
380
199
22
29
21
13
11
17
12
15
15
18
89
15
112
20
39
17
21
24
25
0
0
0
3
20
45
18
1
0
0
0
1
1
1120
FEB
780
679
107
880
304
14
1,013
250
640
647
117
0
0
50
407
87
22
283
204
0
0
2,807
59
1,160
0
0
44
236
285
11
25
2,357
50
6
0
9
0
0
0
633
0
45
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
28
18
621
143
260
1
53
25
0
860
MAR
1,407
1,027
53
1,350
200
30
1,117
391
1,157
1,290
287
730
613
103
580
190
38
0
0
1,967
313
0
0
1,967
4
15
0
0
55
0
0
0
0
0
38
0
28
58
43
1,297
20
0
3
650
849
29
48
35
22
25
21
24
23
32
21
42
23
80
30
36
40
28
34
37
46
26
23
27
28
32
31
52
90
21
22
25
31
25
63
27
48
23
602
189
219
3
45
25
627
APR
1,150
807
36
867
258
27
887
330
783
833
227
0
0
80
377
123
33
257
251
0
0
3,470
32
1,083
0
0
38
47
60
20
20
2,030
37
5
0
26
0
0
0
913
0
49
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
27
64
738
201
330
3
61
35
0
MAY
1,593
1,040
49
1,327
313
35
1,017
386
1,210
1,260
323
837
329
110
640
190
34
247
176
2,783
417
0
0
1,503
5
15
39
55
305
10
21
2,120
43
4
46
26
17
55
39
1,313
23
40
3
773
737
32
37
33
30
29
29
23
31
25
24
39
31
91
37
38
42
31
35
42
32
30
37
36
31
32
36
30
187
23
26
29
33
46
109
30
23
43
592
369
379
12
46
31
630
JUN
820
649
76
833
342
27
907
352
717
750
140
0
0
63
307
103
30
0
0
0
0
3,610
53
2,140
0
0
0
0
100
0
0
0
0
211
0
0
0
0
0
707
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
45
53
119
51
143
28
7
8
0
Averaged Usage (m³)
JUL
AUG
SEP
OCT
NOV
DEC
TOTAL:
570
1,445
1,505
1,325
1,913
1,330
1,427
15,265
432
529
288
511
855
1,001
1,049
8,865
19
17
13
14
49
57
85
575
267
295
205
510
937
1,367
1,177
10,013
95
93
89
103
150
380
335
2,661
20
21
13
10
36
40
32
304
880
985
890
885
1,313
1,020
1,353
12,267
193
100
140
215
394
387
363
3,502
170
120
225
220
993
1,433
1,127
8,795
213
140
110
200
897
1,470
1,167
8,977
107
309
137
95
350
240
360
2,691
873
0
1,120
0
807
0
787
5,153
446
0
654
0
771
0
943
3,756
70
70
63
43
88
114
104
957
133
10
10
40
513
637
647
4,300
120
335
375
400
353
203
177
2,657
37
26
22
17
23
34
55
371
210
265
0
220
280
280
0
2,042
110
99
0
93
154
176
0
1,261
2,083
0
1,675
0
1,743
0
1,997
12,248
243
0
165
0
437
0
653
2,228
0
1,690
0
855
0
2,800
0
15,232
0
9
0
63
0
37
0
254
700
845
630
995
2,137
2,097
1,990
17,247
7
0
6
0
10
0
14
46
15
0
17
0
27
0
23
112
29
30
0
11
58
31
0
280
50
21
0
20
83
56
0
568
85
60
60
140
130
145
60
1,485
10
12
42
7
14
24
0
149
24
64
52
20
23
23
0
271
620
795
0
700
1,880
1,725
0
12,227
36
12
0
2
44
36
0
259
5
3
0
4
5
0
0
243
56
0
41
0
52
0
44
277
12
46
35
16
15
35
0
220
23
0
12
0
27
0
24
129
45
0
0
0
52
0
67
277
38
0
30
0
25
0
46
220
170
300
180
290
1,223
1,240
1,233
9,500
25
0
9
0
14
0
18
108
37
21
0
159
35
72
0
457
1
0
5
0
2
0
3
17
500
0
225
0
565
0
900
3,613
624
0
356
0
432
0
1,085
4,083
24
0
10
0
18
0
38
149
28
0
18
0
21
0
68
220
25
0
11
0
22
0
100
225
16
0
9
0
11
0
52
141
22
0
11
0
27
0
39
152
23
0
11
0
13
0
31
127
16
0
9
0
16
0
36
123
31
0
9
0
15
0
36
145
17
0
12
0
30
0
45
162
19
0
10
0
22
0
41
138
33
0
15
0
20
0
47
196
31
0
9
0
15
0
36
145
78
0
10
0
52
0
142
452
32
0
17
0
18
0
42
176
33
0
19
0
20
0
48
193
34
0
26
0
19
0
73
234
39
0
12
0
20
0
45
175
25
0
1
0
12
0
32
138
44
0
25
0
24
0
36
208
43
0
39
0
46
0
50
257
15
0
15
0
17
0
71
174
16
0
15
0
16
0
33
139
24
0
14
0
25
0
41
167
26
0
15
0
16
0
38
154
101
0
39
0
20
0
41
265
29
0
5
0
44
0
39
184
22
0
13
0
20
0
37
173
14
0
44
0
13
0
22
370
21
0
13
0
15
0
30
123
18
0
16
0
17
0
32
131
19
0
13
0
20
0
35
141
24
0
21
0
27
0
39
175
37
0
69
0
32
0
33
242
16
0
3
0
195
0
62
448
20
0
15
0
21
0
39
153
46
26
13
37
51
59
37
438
45
24
23
45
54
36
31
458
96
110
118
556
879
906
585
5,920
59
44
37
133
128
333
143
1,829
124
74
58
193
340
408
251
2,777
15
10
9
9
9
0
3
102
19
16
17
68
81
68
37
516
0
0
0
0
0
8
28
160
740
0
615
0
657
0
683
3,952
ALL MONTHS
HAVE DATA?
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
NO
NO
yes
yes
yes
yes
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
yes
NO
NO
NO
NO
yes
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
yes
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
NO
yes
NO
NO
Data Analysis:
OCT
Days in the Month:
Total Monthly Water Usage (all WLU Owned Buildings) (m³):
Monthly Water Usage (Normalized to 31 day month) (m³):
Yearly Totals (kWh):
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
NOV
31
18,312
18,312
DEC
30
18,009
18,009
JAN
31
22,886
23,649
FEB
31
15,138
15,138
MAR
28
20,722
20,722
APR
31
18,181
20,129
MAY
30
25,363
25,363
JUN
31
10,947
11,312
JUL
AUG
SEP
30
31
31
10,836
9,023
11,421
10,836
9,324
11,421
195,014
OCT
30
9,728
9,728
NOV
31
20,575
21,261
DEC
30
19,717
19,717
JAN
31
23,363
24,142
FEB
31
15,134
15,134
MAR
29
20,647
20,647
APR
31
16,045
17,152
MAY
30
22,746
22,746
JUN
31
17,465
18,047
30
11,798
11,798
194,770
JUL
AUG
31
8,926
9,224
31
10,126
10,126
SEP
OCT
30
8,527
8,527
31
22,884
23,647
NOV
30
18,569
18,569
DEC
31
21,903
22,633
JAN
31
15,401
15,401
FEB
28
21,067
21,067
MAR
31
15,442
17,097
APR
30
26,644
26,644
MAY
31
11,223
11,597
JUN
JUL
30
12,324
12,324
AUG
31
6,799
7,026
JAN
31
6,016
6,016
FEB
31
14,237
14,237
MAR
28
19,114
19,114
31
15,183
16,810
APR
MAY
30
22,956
22,956
31
12,982
13,415
JUN
JUL
AUG
SEP
OCT
NOV
DEC
YEAR
30
31
31
30
31
30
31
365
11,465
8,791
9,992
8,218
20,899
18,549
21,006
199,104
11,465
9,084
9,992
8,218
21,595
18,549
21,706
199,104
199,104
ADDENDUM A Page 1- 1
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN
APPENDIX B: ENERGY RETROFIT MEASURE DETAILED PAYBACK CALCULATION
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
CRA + COBALT ENGINEERING
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN
WILFRID LAURIER BUILDING OCCUPANCY SUMMARY
INCLUDES LAURIER BRANTFORD, KITCHENER AND WATERLOO
CREATED BY: J. ROMERO
DATE: SEPTEMBER, 2009
Building
Building Name
Code
01
02
03
04
05
06
07
08
09
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
Arts A Wing
Arts C Wing
Arts E Wing
Dr. Alvin Woods Building
Fred Nichols Campus Centre
Dining Hall
Student Services
Theatre Auditorium
Library
Seminary
Athletic Complex
Alumni Hall
MacDonald House
Willison Hall - A & B Wing
Little House - A Wing
Little House - B Wing
WD Euler Residence
Ulrich Leupold Residence
Toyota Solarium
Clara Conrad - A Wing
Clara Conrad - B Wing
Clara Conrad - C Wing
Clara Conrad - D Wing
Frank Peters Building
St. Michael's School
Northdale Campus
22 Bricker Avenue
28 Bricker Avenue
30 Bricker Avenue
32 Bricker Avenue
34 Bricker Avenue
Schlegel Centre
Greenhouse
Bouckaert Hall
Aird Building
232 King Street
202 Regina
209 Regina
Science Building
Science Research Centre
Bricker Academic Building
Portable 2
50 University Place
266 Marsland Drive
Bricker Residence
Address
Occupancy
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
64 University Ave West
66 Hickory Street
48
780
1321
1114
1327
1139
162
981
1015
258
4169
148
111
248
81
81
36
44
70
68
68
68
68
1684
694
421
75 University Ave West
733
75 University Ave West
75 University Ave West
232 King St. N
202 Regina St.
209 Regina St.
75 University Ave W
75 University Ave W
75 University Ave W
143
797
296
871
23
2278
442
2182
44 Bricker Street
275
50
300
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Facility
Name
Building
Type
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo ANC
Waterloo ANC
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo RES
Waterloo RES
Waterloo RES
Waterloo RES
Waterloo RES
Waterloo RES
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo RES
Waterloo RES
Waterloo RES
Waterloo RES
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo ACAD
DEMOLISHED
DEMOLISHED
DEMOLISHED
DEMOLISHED
DEMOLISHED
Waterloo ACAD
UNKNOWN
UNKNOWN
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo RES
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo RES
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo ACAD
DEMOLISHED
Waterloo RES
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo RES
#
Floors
3
3
4
7
4
3
2
3
8
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
3
3
1
3
3
3
4
5
2
2
4
1
6
6
3
2
3
4
4
5
8
1
11
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Building
Building Name
Code
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78-84
85
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
TBA
TBA
TBA
Lucinda House
79 Seagram Drive
205 Regina Street
195 Regina Street
10 LODGE STREET
University Stadium
81 Lodge Street
192 KING STREET
194 KING STREET
196 KING STREET
King Street Residence
12 Lodge
Career & Co-op Building
89 Seagram
65 Lodge
165 Albert
80 Seagram
83 Seagram
Waterloo College Hall
150-152 Albert Street
14 Lodge
95 Seagram Drive
Heidelberg House
St. Clements House
Conestoga House
St. Jacobs House
St. Agatha House
183 Albert Street
187 Albert Street
181 Albert Street
UNASSIGNED
Lyle Hallman Building
CarnEgie Building
Grand River Hall
Old Post House
Wilkes House
Journalism House
Nipissing Bldg.
Odeon Theatre
Student Centre
TBA
Tri-University Storage
Lawyers Hall
Rizzo Building
Market Place
Address
Occupancy
157 Albert Street
79 Seagram Drive
205 Regina Street
195 Regina Street
50
19
6
6
81 Seagram Drive
81 Lodge Street
1096
75
202 King Street N
397
8
323
15
55
27
4
38
388
10
4
192 King Street N
65 Lodge Street
165 Albert Street
80 Seagram Drive
83 Seagram Drive
88 Seagram Drive
190 Lester Street
188 Lester Street
205 Sunview Street
186 Sunview Street
172 Sunview Street
183 Albert Street
187 Albert Street
62
62
60
58
58
4
14
4
120 Duke Street
73 George Street
171 Colborne Street
41 George Street
119-121 Darling Street
111 Darling Street
533
291
602
112
504
40
67 Darling Street
50 Market Street
103 Darling Street
434
195
45
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
Facility
Name
Building
Type
Waterloo ANC
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo RES
Waterloo RES
DEMOLISHED
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo ACAD
DEMOLISHED
DEMOLISHED
DEMOLISHED
Waterloo RES
Waterloo RES
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo RES
Waterloo RES
Waterloo RES
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo RES
Waterloo ACAD
Waterloo RES
Waterloo RES
Waterloo RES
Waterloo RES
Waterloo RES
Waterloo RES
Waterloo RES
Waterloo RES
Waterloo
Brantford
Brantford
Brantford
Brantford
Brantford
ACAD
ACAD
ACAD
RES
ANC
ACAD
Brantford
Brantford
Brantford
Brantford
Waterloo
Brantford
Brantford
Brantford
ACAD
ACAD
ANC
#
Floors
3
3
3
3
1
2
10
3
3
3
1
3
3
2
6
3
3
2
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
5
2
1
ACAD
1
ACAD
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Building
Building Name
Code
TBA
CIBC
TBA
BRAC WEST
TBA
BRAC EAST
TOTALS:
Address
Occupancy
Facility
Name
Building
Type
#
Floors
Brantford
Brantford
Brantford
30,193
NOTES:
1. For classrooms (tablet arms and loose tables and chairs), tiered classrooms and ampitheatre style lecture halls,
occupancy numbers were provided by Registar's Office.
2. * Number of residents per building provided by John Will, Residence Life Coordinator. These were added to the
occupancy for that building if it is used for other purposes other than house students. Buildings include but not limited
to 200 King St, Bricker Residence, MacDonald house, Grand River Hall.
3. Other than areas listed above all building occupancy numbers were calculated based on OBC, table 3.1.17.2 Occupant Load, forming part of Article 3.1.17.1
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APPENDIX B: 6.2.2: EMO EQUIPMENT PAYBACK ANALYSIS - BOILERS
Boilers
Recommended Replacement Date
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2012
2011
Blg ID
ID
3
3-B1
3
3-B2
4
4-B1
4
4-B2
4
4-B3
10
10-B1
10
10-B2
14
14-B1
14
14-B2
90
90-B-1
26
26-B1
25 25-B1
Cleaver Brooks
Cleaver Brooks
Cleaver Brooks
Cleaver Brooks
Cleaver Brooks
Cleaver Brooks
Volcano
Size (BTU/H)
3,347,000
5,230,000
8,375,000
8,375,000
8,369,000
2,511,000
5,230,000
4,185,000
4,185,000
2,135,000
Cleavor Brooks
Cleavor Brooks
1,680,000.00
Total Building Estimated Usage
(BTU/h) (1)
(MWh) (2)
1,960
784
1,960
1,176
5,742
1,895
5,742
1,895
5,742
1,895
968
314
968
654
1,049
525
1,049
525
211
84
1,448
1,158
891
780
Size (BTU/H)
8,375,000.00
8,375,000.00
8,369,000.00
Estimated Usage
(MWh)
1,894.75
1,894.75
1,894.75
Manufacturer
Cleaver Brooks
Cleaver Brooks
Cleaver Brooks
2,100,000
Location of equipment (Building)
Fuel
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Fuel
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Natural Gas
Arts E Wing
Arts E Wing
Dr. Alvin Woods Building
Dr. Alvin Woods Building
Dr. Alvin Woods Building
Seminary
Seminary
Willison Hall
Willison Hall
Carnegie Hall
Northdale Campus
St. Micheals
Cost from VFA list of
replacement
$
214,419
$
492,068
$
191,873
$
256,563
$
$
$
62,683
123,301
74,394.00
Individual cost
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
Cost per unit
83,673
130,746
163,859
163,859
163,859
62,239
129,634
128,282
128,282
62,683
123,301
74,394.00
Cost per unit for HE
version
Cost for HE version
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
0.025
0.020
0.035
0.025
0.031
0.029
0.059
0.044
0.06
117,145
183,050
293,125
293,125
292,915
87,885
183,050
146,475
146,475
74,725
153,500
92,992.50
Price premium for
high eff. boilers
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
33,472
52,304
129,266
129,266
129,056
25,646
53,416
18,194
18,194
12,042
30,199
18,599
Annual Cost of Cost of Energy
Energy
Saved
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
35,752
53,628
86,401
86,401
86,401
14,319
29,820
23,926
23,926
3,849
52,823
35,551
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
Marginal
Payback
4,666
6,999
11,275
11,275
11,275
1,869
3,892
3,122
3,122
502
6,893
4,639
Payback/ HE
7.2
7.5
11.5
11.5
11.4
13.7
13.7
5.8
5.8
24.0
4.4
4.0
25.1
26.2
26.0
26.0
26.0
47.0
47.0
46.9
46.9
148.8
22.3
20.0
Boilers
ID
4-B1
4-B2
4-B3
Manufacturer
Cleaver Brooks
Cleaver Brooks
Cleaver Brooks
Assumptions
1. Based on 0.2756 MWh/m2 of floor space
2. Total energy consumption by the boilers is about 40% of total building natural gas consumption.
3. The total installed cost of high efficiency boilers would be 0.035$/BTUh.
4 The existing boilers are 80% efficient.
5. The installed high efficiency boilers would be 92% efficient.
6. Total building yearly natural gas use can be assumed to be equal to the 2008 utility data for that building.
Location of equipment (Building)
Dr. Alvin Woods Building
Dr. Alvin Woods Building
Dr. Alvin Woods Building
Cost from VFA list of
replacement
492,068
Individual cost
Cost per unit
163,859
163,859
163,859
0.020
Cost per unit for HE
Cost for HE version
Price premium for
high eff. boilers
Annual Cost of
Energy
293,125
293,125
292,915
129,266
129,266
129,056
86,401
86,401
86,401
0.035
92%
95%
11
11
11
97%
9
9
9
9
9
9
14
12
10
Payback (years)
Blg ID
4
4
4
8
6
4
2
91%
92%
93%
94%
95%
96%
97%
98%
Seasonal Efficiency of Boiler
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From VFA Report
= estimated
Equipment list
Blg ID
Air Handling Units
2010
2010
2010
2013
ID
24
11
11
5
2010
2010
2011
Ventilation
Outdoor Air
Air flow
flow (CFM)
(CFM)
24-AHU1
11-AHU1
11-AHU2
5-AHU1
9 9-AHU3
9 9-AHU4
8 8-AHU1
Notes:
18,750
7,567
0
18856
5675
Motor HP CFM/HP
Time Usage
(hours)
Estimated Usage1
(kWh)
Location of equipment
(Building)
18,750
25575
11350
7567
15
30
15
10
1,250
852.5
757
757
16
16
16
16
81,654.14
163,308.28
81,654.14
54,436.09
50000
50000
5675
50
50
7.5
1000
1000
757
17
17
16
289,191.74 Library
289,191.74 Library
40,827.07 Theatre Auditorium
1 Estimated Usage includes fan efficiency of
80%
2 Estimated Usage includes fan efficiency of
85%
and effective horsepower reduced to
Peters Building
Athletic Complex
Athletic Complex
Fred Nichols Centre
notes
sized using 9-AHU1
Cost from VFA
list of
replacement
sized using 9-AHU1
sized using 9-AHU1
sized using 11-AHU2
Electricity Saved
with high eff+VSD
Base Cost of Energy
Direct Replacement Marginal Premium
Payback/ HE
Payback
$
$
106,200
108,824 $
48,296 $
85,373 $
4.26
4.26
11.28
$
# $
# $
# $
112,500
153,450
68,100
128,060
$
$
$
$
6,300
44,626
19,804
42,687
53,795.67
107,591.34
53,795.67
35,863.78
$
$
$
$
7,431
14,861
7,431
4,954
$
$
$
$
2,535
5,070
2,535
1,690
44.38
30.26
26.86
75.77
2.49
8.80
7.81
25.26
$
192,498
$
65,255
$
$
$
96,249 $
96,249 $
65,255 $
1.92
1.92
11.50
# $
# $
# $
144,374 $
144,374 $
97,883 $
48,125
48,125
32,628
190,526.32
190,526.32
26,897.83
$
$
$
26,316 $
26,316 $
3,715 $
8,979
8,979
1,268
16.08
16.08
77.22
5.36
5.36
25.74
106,200
5.66
New Estimated
Usage2 (kWh)
Difference
$
$
157,120
$
85,373 $
$
$
sized using 11-AHU2
Individual
cost
Co
st
of
Cost per re Cost for High eff.+VSD
pla
version5
unit
Notes:
70%
#
4 Based on a per unit price of
2.3
5 Based on a per unit price of
6
or 1.5 times the per unit cost of base model
3 Estimated usage calculated using motor hp, motof efficiency and annual hours of operation.
6 Based on a per unit price of
9
or 2 times the per unit cost of base model
7,8 http://climate.weatheroffice.gc.ca/climate_normals/
Calculation of Outdoor Air Requirements
Assumption:
25 cfm / person
Adjusted OA per floor area to 1 L/s*m2
Calculating OA
4
OA per
Occupancy OA per floor
Floor
floor area Total OA
area
2 (from WLU
(L/s*perso (cfm)
Area m
data)
(L/s*m2)
n)
9041
1114
1
12
28,351
24
6345.93
1684
0.3
11
8384
4169
1.5
5
5469.1
1327
0.9
3.8
10,692
9
9377.46
1015
2.5
0.6
1,294
8
1984.61
981
2.5
0.3
625
Blg ID
3.8
13,562
Cost for ERV version6
Blg ID
Difference
HDD below 15°C 7
CDD above 18°C 7
Annual Energy
Savings (MWh)
Annual Heating
Energy Saved
(MWh)8
2010
2010
2010
2013
24
11
11
5
212,400.00
230,175.00
102,150.00
170,746.00
106,200.00
121,350.52
53,854.48
85,373.00
4,000
4,000
4,000
4,000
120
120
120
120
366
499
221
148
366
499
221
148
2010
2010
2011
9
9
8
192,498.00
192,498.00
130,510.00
96,249.00
96,249.00
65,255.00
4,000
4,000
4,000
120
120
120
1,036
1,036
111
1,036
1,036
111
Annual Cooling
Energy Saved
(kWh)9
2,790.52
3,806.26
1,689.19
1,126.13
Total Cost of Energy
Saved10
Payback
$
$
$
$
14,988
20,444
9,073
6,049
7.1
5.9
5.9
14.1
7,906.46 $
7,906.46 $
844.60 $
42,467
42,467
4,536
2.3
2.3
14.4
-
Notes:
8 Annual Heating Energy Savings calculated from the heating degree days (Days°C) per year under 15°C for the region of Waterloo x heat capacity of dry air x the ventilation air flow at full operation x fraction of
each day the unit operates on average divided by an estimated heating efficiency of 89%.
9 Annual Cooling Energy Savings calculated from the cooling degree days (Days°C) per year above 18°C for the region of Waterloo x heat capacity of dry air x the ventilation air flow at full operation x fraction of
each day the unit operates on average divided by an estimated cooling COP of 3.5.
10 Cost of energy used is $0.38 for heating, and $0.091 for cooling.
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1 hp =
1 ton =
0.745 kW
12,000 BTU/hr
Heating Degree days:
Cooling Degree days:
4000
120
Equipment list
Projected
Replacement
Size
Year
Blg ID
ID
Manufacturer (BTU/H)
2011
39 39-HVAC1
Carrier
220,000
2011
39 39-HVAC2
Carrier
74,000
2011
39 39-HVAC3
Carrier
115,000
2011
39 39-HVAC4
Carrier
180,000
2011
39 39-HVAC5
Carrier
180,000
Carrier
115,000
2011
2 2-AC1
Carrier
250,000
2011
2 2-AC3
Tons
18.3
6.2
9.6
15.0
15.0
9.6
20.8
Location of equipment
(Building)
202 Regina
202 Regina
202 Regina
202 Regina
202 Regina
Arts C Wing
Arts C Wing
Cost from VFA list
Individual cost*
of replacement
$
$
$
$
289,695 $
$
$
$
59,500
$
82,878
27,877
43,322
67,809
67,809
18,747
40,753
Price Premium for
High Eff. Version
$
4,350
$
1,389
$
1,416
$
2,350
$
2,350
$
1,416
$
2,350
Anual Gas
Cost Saved
$
551.00
$
74.94
$
247.56
$
94.86
$
94.86
$
247.56
$
97.96
Anual Electricity
Cost Saved
$
487
$
168
$
189
$
181
$
181
$
190
$
487
Direct
Total Cost Replacement
Saved
Payback
$
1,038
79.87
$
243
114.53
$
437
99.13
$
276
245.57
$
276
245.57
$
437
42.89
$
585
69.72
Marginal
Premium
Payback
4.19
5.71
3.24
8.51
8.51
3.24
4.02
*Individual cost determined by capacity rating/total capacity required by building
** Cost of energy used is $0.38 for natural gas, and $0.091 for electricity
Assumptions:
· the replacement cost as estimated by VFA
· heating and cooling estimates based on 4000 heating degree days and 400 cooling degree days
· IPLV and EER values for base replacement units from Lennox LGA series / Trane Low efficiency Voyageur Series
· IPLV and EER values for high efficient units from Lennox Strategos series / Trane Voyageur High efficiency Series.
· Estimated electricity cost of $0.091/kWh
· Estimated natural gas cost of $0.38/m3.
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ROOFTOP CALCULATOR - SAMPLE COOLING SAVINGS CALCULATOR (SUPPORTS EMO 6.2.5)
Assumptions
COP =
EER =
SEER =
Btu/h =
Output Power/Input power
COP X
3.413
EER x
0.9
KW / 1.057(KJ/BTU)x3600(s/h)
(where COP not specified for manufacturer)
(Where EER not specified for manufacturer)
(Where SEER not specified by manufacturer)
0.12 kPa
=
24 hours/day
12000 BTU/h /ton
0.5 inch of water
TRANE OR LENNOX R-410 UNIT PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS
Capacity
(tons)
Capacity
Total In
Total Output Total Input
Btu/h
Btu/h
Power (KW) (kW)
COP
5
61,000
18,926.6
18
6
6
76,000
25,682.0
22
8
10
120,000
37,232.7
35
11
15 185,000
57,400.5
54
17
18 212,000
65,777.8
62
19
75,086.0
71
22
20
242,000
Model
LGA060H4
LGH072H4B
LGA120H4B
TC*180E3,4,W,K
TC*210E3,4,W,K
LGA20H4B
Capacity
(tons)
Capacity
Total In
Total Output Total Input
Btu/h
Btu/h
Power (KW) (kW)
COP
5
59500
15,865.1
17
5
6
72,000
19,502.9
21
6
10
119000
33,565.9
35
10
15 181,000
51,479.4
53
15
18 215,000
61,149.6
63
18
236000
63,926.0
69
19
20
Model
Strategos 1
T/YHC072E3,4,W
Strategos 2
TC*181E3,4,W
TC*211E3,4,W
Strategos 3
Unit (tons of cooling)
Yearly Energy Costs
Unit Price
$
$
$
$
$
$
FULL
gas or
LOAD EER IPLV
electric
4
12.8
15.5 electric
4
12.6
14.5 electric
4
12.1
15 electric
4
12
13.6 electric
4
12
12.5 electric
4
12.6
16.2 electric
Unit Price
$
$
$
$
$
$
Tons
5
6
10
15
18
20
$500
$1,000
Dollars per Year ($)
Toronto
number of cooling degree
days (base 18oC)
11,215
12,250
14,244
17,552
19,250
20,858
400
400
400
400
400
400
Toronto
number of cooling degree
days (base 18oC)
12,600
13,639
15,660
19,652
21,350
23,208
400
400
400
400
400
400
Summary
20
10
5
$-
FULL
gas or
LOAD EER IPLV
electric
3
11
11.5 electric
3
10.1
10.6 electric
3
11
11.8 electric
3
11
11.8 electric
3
11
11.8 electric
3
11
11.8 electric
$1,500
Price Prem
$
$
$
$
$
$
1,385
1,389
1,416
2,100
2,100
2,350
Electricity Saved
$
120
$
168
$
190
$
181
$
88
$
487
Toronto
Outdoor
design temp
minus 26oC
10
10
10
10
10
10
Toronto
Outdoor
design temp
minus 26oC
10
10
10
10
10
10
current
electricity
price $/Kwh
0.091
0.091
0.091
0.091
0.091
0.091
current
electricity
price $/Kwh
0.091
0.091
0.091
0.091
0.091
0.091
Electricity Use (kWh) Electricity Cost ($/yr)
5092
6883
9763
15051
17247
19688
463
626
888
1,370
1,570
1,792
Electricity Use (kWh) Electricity Cost ($/yr)
3778
5032
7680
13059
16282
14341
$
$
$
$
$
$
* - estimated, as IPLV is only for 6 tons
and higher - SEER is not directly
comparable
$2,000
NOTES: 1. The majority of manufacturers have high efficiency rooftop units; although strategos is available in
only 3 tonnages, Lennox Emergence covers a wider range; Trane Precedant/Voyager HE, York
and other also have H.E. versions.
2. Since the 18 ton size is the top of the box size the efficiency is low. We recommend replacing it with a HE
20 ton unit, and carry the higher savings as a result.
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
$
$
$
$
$
$
344
458
699
1,188
1,482
1,305
CRA + COBALT ENGINEERING
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN
ROOFTOP CALCULATOR - SAMPLE HEATING SAVINGS CALCULATOR (SUPPORTS EMO 6.2.5)
Assumptions
COP =
EER =
SEER =
Btu/h =
Output Power/Input power
COP X
3.413
EER x
0.9
KW / 1.057(KJ/BTU)x3600(s/h)
(where COP not specified for manufacturer)
(Where EER not specified for manufacturer)
(Where SEER not specified by manufacturer)
24 hours/day
1000 kWh/MWh
96 m3 gas/MWh
TRANE OR LENNOX R-410 UNIT PERFORMANCE SPECIFICATIONS
Capacity
(tons)
Model
LGA060H4
LGH072H4B
LGA120H4B
TC*180E3,4,W,K
TC*210E3,4,W,K
LGA20H4B
Capacity
(tons)
Model
Strategos 1
T/YHC072E3,4,W
Strategos 2
TC*181E3,4,W
TC*211E3,4,W
Strategos 3
Capacity
Total In
Total Output Total Input
Btu/h
Btu/h
Power (KW) (kW)
Thermal Eff
5
62,400
78,000
18
23
6
78,000
97,500
23
29
104,000
130,000
30
38
10
203,000
250,000
59
73
15
203,000
250,000
59
73
18
208,000
260,000
61
76
20
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.801
0.801
0.8
Capacity
Total In
Total Output Total Input
Btu/h
Btu/h
Power (KW) (kW)
Thermal Eff
5
60,750
75,000
18
22
0.81
6
96,000
120,000
28
35
0.8
105,300
130,000
31
38
10
0.81
203,000
250,000
59
73
15
0.80901
203,000
250,000
59
73
18
0.80901
210,600
260,000
62
76
20
0.81
Yearly Energy Costs
gas or
electric
gas
gas
gas
gas
gas
gas
gas or
electric
gas
gas
gas
gas
gas
gas
Unit Price
$ 11,215
$ 12,250
$ 14,244
$ 17,552
$ 19,250
$ 20,858
Unit Price
$ 12,600
$ 13,350
$ 15,660
$ 19,652
$ 21,350
$ 23,208
Toronto
number of heating
degree days (base
18oC)
4000
4000
4000
4000
4000
4000
Toronto
number of heating
degree days (base
18oC)
4000
4000
4000
4000
4000
4000
Unit (tons of cooling)
5
6
10
15
17.5
20
20
10
5
$2,000
$4,000
$6,000
$8,000
Dollars per Year ($)
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
OCTORBER, 2009
42
42
42
42
42
42
Toronto Outdoor
Design temp (-20oC)
minus indoor temp
22oC
42
42
42
42
42
42
current gas price
$/Kwh
0.38
0.38
0.38
0.38
0.38
0.38
current gas price
$/Kwh
0.38
0.38
0.38
0.38
0.38
0.38
Gas energy use
(kWh)
Fan Power
Estimate
65255
81569
108758
208889
208889
217516
Gas energy use
(kWh)
Gas Cost ($/yr)
6176
6176
8729
9708
14562
19928
Fan Power
Estimate
64449
81569
107415
206821
206821
214831
$
$
$
$
$
$
2,943
3,538
4,762
8,504
8,945
9,748
Gas Cost ($/yr)
3520
5353
6547
9495
14242
14946
$
$
$
$
$
$
2,671
3,463
4,514
8,409
8,841
9,197
Summary
Tons
$-
Toronto Outdoor
Design temp (-20oC)
minus indoor temp
22oC
$10,000
Price Prem
$
1,385
$
1,100
$
1,416
$
2,100
$
2,100
$
2,350
Gas Saved
$
271
$
75
$
248
$
95
$
105
$
551
$12,000
NOTE: The majority of manufacturers have high efficiency rooftop units; although strategos is available in
only 3 tonnages, Lennox Emergence covers a wider range; Trane Precedant/Voyager HE, York
and other also have H.E. versions; Voyager also includes modulating gas heat.
ADDENDUM A Page 1
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN
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Calculations to Determine Approximate Energy Cost Savings Possible through Electric Baseboard Retrofit
Assumptions:
Degree-days of heating required in Waterloo, ON:
Typical Residence Room Dimensions:
Typical Residence Blg. Insulation Levels:
Fuel cost /kWh of electricity used:
Fuel cost /kWh for hydronic baseboards:
4000 °C-Days
3.5m x 3.6m, 3.6m high.
R9 Walls, R1.5 Windows.
0.09 c/kWh
0.035 c/kWh
Cost to replace electric baseboard heater with hydronic
system:
Typical Residence Room (estimated size
10'x12')
Wall
Air
Window
Total:
5776 $/residence room.
Heat Loss
Area (m2) /
Coefficient
Delta T.
Volune (m3)
(W/m2K)
(°C)
13.0
0.6
45.4
0.3
1.5
3.8
Full Value Payback:
Estimated Peak
Estimated Energy
Heating Load (kW) Use (kWh/year)
40
0.33
785
40
0.20
472
40
0.23
545
0.75
1,802
50 University Full
Value Payback:
58 years
Electric Baseboard
Cost ($/year)
$
70.6
$
42.5
$
49.1
$
162.16
12 years
Heat Loss
Area (m2) /
Coefficient
Delta T.
Volune (m3)
(W/m2K)
(°C)
1931
0.6
800
0.3
14630
0.5
264
3.8
Estimated Electrical Current Electric
Estimated Peak
Baseboard Energy Baseboard Cost
50 University St
Heating Load (kW) Use (kWh/year)
($/year)
Wall
40
49
116,925 $
10,523
Roof
40
9
21,804 $
1,962
Air
40
106
253,594 $
22,823
Window
40
40
95,935 $
8,634
Other Loads (Nat Gas Heating in Winter)
480,238
Net Heating Required:
203.44
8,019 $
43,943
http://www.learn.londonmet.ac.uk/packages/clear/thermal/buildings/building_fabric/heat_transfer/heat_loss.html
Total Actual (kWh):
Total Nat. Gas (kWh):
Total Gas Dryer + Water (kWh):
Total Remaining (Air Heat) (kWh):
Total Expected (Space Heat) (kWh):
Hydronic Radiator
Cost ($/year)
$
4,092
$
763
$
8,876
$
3,358
$
17,089
750,991
711,390
353,400
357,990
689,889
Building
Replacement
Action Date
Bouckhaert Residence Hall
Bricker Residence
Clara Conrad Res. B wing, first floor only.
50 University St
Estimated Heating Energy Savings at 50
University St.
Estimated
Replacement
Value of Aged
Electric
Baseboard
Heaters
01/06/2013
$15,064
06/2013 + now $309,787
Estimated Cost Estimated Energy
of 2 Pipe
Cost Savings
Fancoil, Heat
($/year)
Pump, or VRF
Retrofit
Estimated
Energy Cost
Savings
Estimated Cost
of 2 Pipe
Fancoil, Heat
Pump, or VRF
Retrofit
$
283,036
5% $
10% $
20% $
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
Hydronic Radiator
Cost ($/year)
$
27.5
$
16.5
$
19.1
$
63.06
Simple
Payback
Period
1,126 $109,787
2,253 $109,787
4,506 $109,787
$
1,732,800
283,036 $
13,768
Estimated Energy
Cost Savings
($/year)
$
Estimated Payback
Payback
(if retrofit is
(Incremental Cost
undertaken
over Asset
immediately)
Replacement)
13,768
20.6
Estimated Payback
(if retrofit is
undertaken
immediately)
Payback
(Incremental Cost
over Asset
Replacement)
20.6
ADDENDUM B 6.2.8 Page 1
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Residential Sector – Energy Use Analysis
The data below was used to gauge the realistic contribution baseboard electric heating makes to the total energy use of WLU's
residence buildings.
Source:
http://oee.rncan.gc.ca/corporate/statistics/neud/dpa/tablesanalysis2/res_00_1_e_1_4.cfm?attr=0
1990
2003
2004
2005
2006
Total Residential
Apartments
Total Energy Use (PJ)
240
258
256
250
243
124.84
0.44474528
57.95
49.13
7.5
0.82
113
63
123
135.36
133.26
127.55
118.94
61.23
51.55
8.62
1.13
104
57
116
60.02
53.28
8.89
0.87
103
56
112
60.41
51.49
8.64
1.58
100
55
106
60.68
52.9
8.9
1.37
280.7
75.09
0.86
0
324.14
67.26
0.8
17.64
328.15
66.1
0.78
16.08
333.73
63.42
0.75
9.43
337.91
60.99
0.72
2.54
0
0
0
0
0
55.07
15.41
13.71
5.29
41.02
58.72
16
15.24
2.97
44.84
63.51
16.74
16.97
0.6
53.7
67.13
17.46
17.81
9.83
55.1
124.84
135.36
133.26
127.55
118.94
80.8
1.29
1.74
41.01
57.07
18.66
7.66
51.97
52.72
19.41
8.23
52.9
47.5
19.86
9.06
51.14
42.01
19.61
8.91
48.41
33.28
49.86
32.09
2.64
6.96
41.3
60.15
22.3
1.37
10.23
42.12
58.25
21.19
1.38
10.32
40.29
57.54
17.97
1.55
10.21
38.72
53.57
16.09
1.57
8.99
280.7
0.44
0
324.14
0.42
10.52
328.15
0.41
8.43
333.73
0.38
2.72
337.91
0.35
5.9
Energy Use by End-Use (PJ)
Space Heating
Energy Intensity (gJ/m2)
Water Heating
Appliances
Lighting
Space Cooling
Energy Use (kWH/m2)
Energy Use (Nat Gas) (kWH/m2)
Energy Use (Space Heat) (kWh/m2)
TOTAL:
0.86
2
Floor Space (millions m )
Energy Intensity (GJ/household)
Energy Intensity (GJ/m2)
Total Change in Energy (PJ)
Energy Indicator Analysis
Change in Energy Use due to (PJ)
Activity Effect
Structure Effect
Service Level Effect
Weather Effect
Energy Efficiency Effect
Apartments - Space Heating
Total Energy Use (PJ)
Energy Use by System Type (PJ)
Normal Efficiency Equipment
Medium Efficiency Equipment
High Efficiency Equipment
Other Equipment
Energy Use by Energy Source (PJ)
Electricity
Natural Gas
Heating Oil
Other1
Wood
Activity
Floor Space (millions m2)
2
Energy Intensity (GJ/m )
Total Change in Energy (PJ)
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DECEMBER, 2009
ADDENDUM B 6.2.8 Page 2
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Energy Indicator Analysis
Change in Energy Use due to (PJ)
Activity Effect
Structure Effect
Service Level Effect
Weather Effect
Energy Efficiency Effect
0
0
0
0
0
30.47
11.88
0
5.1
13.17
32.52
12.27
0
3.11
14.93
35.22
12.78
0
1.22
18.51
37.2
13.22
0
10.08
19.8
57.95
61.23
60.02
60.41
60.68
17.81
33.54
5.51
0.87
0.21
15.85
40.19
4.34
0.16
0.7
16.03
39.35
3.78
0.16
0.7
15.53
40.53
3.4
0.22
0.73
15.78
40.6
3.32
0.23
0.75
3,199.28
18.11
0
3,833.83
15.97
3.28
3,877.70
15.48
2.07
3,936.76
15.34
2.46
3,980.71
15.24
2.73
0
0
0
0
0
12.56
1.77
0
0
7.51
13.35
1.87
0
0
9.4
14.37
1.99
0
0
9.93
15.18
2.12
0
0
10.33
49.13
51.55
53.28
51.49
52.9
17.57
3.9
0.68
0.54
6
9.21
10.43
11.68
2.21
0.5
0.48
5.75
10.43
19.16
11.92
2.09
0.49
0.47
5.87
10.69
20.53
10.93
1.97
0.46
0.44
5.79
10.21
20.37
10.82
1.82
0.46
0.42
5.99
10.27
21.59
0.09
0.72
0.08
1.26
0.08
1.14
0.08
1.25
0.08
1.45
48.32
0.81
0
0
0
50.21
1.34
0
0
0
52.06
1.22
0
0
0
50.16
1.33
0
0
0
51.36
1.53
0
0
0
3,199.28
15.36
0
3,833.83
13.45
3,877.70
13.74
3,936.76
13.08
3,980.71
13.29
Apartments - Water Heating
Total Energy Use (PJ)
Energy Use by Energy Source (PJ)
Electricity
Natural Gas
Heating Oil
Other1
Wood
Activity
Total Households (thousands)
Energy Intensity (GJ/household)
Total Change in Energy (PJ)
Energy Indicator Analysis
Change in Energy Use due to (PJ)
Activity Effect
Structure Effect
Service Level Effect
Weather Effect
Energy Efficiency Effect
Apartments - Appliances
Total Energy Use (PJ)
Energy Use by Electric Appliance (PJ)
Refrigerator
Freezer
Dishwasher
Clothes Washer
Clothes Dryer
Range
Other Appliances
Energy Use by Natural Gas Appliance
(PJ)
Clothes Dryer
Range
Energy Use by Energy Source (PJ)
Electricity
Natural Gas
Heating Oil
Other1
Wood
Activity
Total Households (thousands)
Energy Intensity (GJ/household)
Total Change in Energy (PJ)
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
ADDENDUM B 6.2.8 Page 3
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN
APPENDIX C: SUMMARIES FULL ENERGY RETROFIT MEASURE PRIORITY RANKING BY
PAYBACK
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APPENDIX C: FULL ENERGY RETROFIT MEASURE - PRIORIZED BY PAYBACK (COMBINED DIRECT REPLACEMENT & LIKE FOR HE VERSION ITEMS.)
Section
Measure
Building Asset
Number
Building
Year for Implementation
Capital Cost
($) - Direct
Replacement
Capital Cost ($) Upgrade over
standard
replacement
Estimated Yearly
Savings
Estimated Median
Estimated Median
Payback - Upgrade
Payback - Direct
over standard
Replacement
replacement
6.2.11
Lighting:120W Flood to 50W CF
24
Frank Peters Building
2010
$
126
N/A
$
1,022
0.1
N/A
6.2.11
Lighting:120W Incandescant to 50W CF
97
Odeon Theatre
2010
$
182
N/A
$
1,477
0.1
N/A
6.2.11
Lighting:100W Metal Halide to 35W CF
66
Waterloo College Hall
2010
$
98
N/A
$
628
0.2
N/A
6.2.11
Lighting:100W Incandescent to 35W CF
5
Fred Nichols Campus
Centre
2010
$
84
N/A
$
538
0.2
N/A
6.2.11
Lighting:150 W Incandescent to 50W CF
6, 8, 10, 20, 22, 24,
38, 39, 41, 5, 62, 43
Various
2010
$
987
N/A
$
4,215
0.2
N/A
6.2.13
Water Retrofit: Low Flow Showerheads
VARIOUS
Various
2010
$
31,200
N/A
$
104,000
0.3
N/A
6.2.11
Lighting:1000 W Mercury Vapour to T8 High Bay
8
Theatre Auditorium
2010
$
2,040
N/A
$
5,010
0.4
N/A
6.2.11
Lighting:75W Incandescant to 20W Energy Star
CF
10, 42, 58, 5, 9
Various
2010
$
944
N/A
$
1,821
0.5
N/A
6.2.13
Water Retrofit: Low Flow Lavatory Faucet
Aerators
ALL BUILDINGS
ALL BUILDINGS
2010
$
6,000
N/A
$
10,000
0.6
N/A
Various
2010
$
26,781
N/A
$
38,293
0.7
N/A
VARIOUS
2010
$
628,052
N/A
$
897,217
0.7
N/A
Various
2010
$
387
N/A
$
463
0.8
N/A
120 Duke
2010
$
36
N/A
$
30
1.2
N/A
6.2.11
6.2.1
6.2.11
6.2.11
3, 4, 5, 7, 11, 12,
14, 16, 18, 20, 21,
22, 23, 26, 32, 36,
Lighting:60W Incandescant to 17W Energy Start 37, 38, 40, 48, 49,
CF
50, 51, 58,63,64,
65, 70, 71, 72, 73,
74, 75, 76, 90, 92,
93, 94, 54, 62
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9,
24, 7, 8, 13, 37, 10,
High Priority Re-Commissioning
11, 26, 39, 41, 42,
43, 53, 54, 58, 91
Lighting:50W Incandescant to 14 W CF Energy
58, 97, 60
Star
Lighting:35W Incandescant to Energy Star 10W
85
CF
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Section
Measure
6.2.11
Lighting:75W Flood to 20W Energy Star CF
6.2.1
Medium Priority Re-Commissioning
6.2.11
Lighting:25W Incandescant to 10W CF
6.2.11
Lighting:32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube to
Straight Replamping to 25W
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Building Asset
Number
9, 5
12, 14, 15, 16, 17,
18, 20, 21, 22, 23,
25, 32, 36, 38, 45,
46, 47, 60, 66, 85,
92, 93, 97, 98, 90
11, 15, 16, 48, 37,
65, 76
MOST
Capital Cost
($) - Direct
Replacement
Capital Cost ($) Upgrade over
standard
replacement
Year for Implementation
Various
2010
$
1,575
N/A
$
1,092
1.4
N/A
VARIOUS
2010
$
349,521
N/A
$
233,014
1.5
N/A
Various
2010
$
350
N/A
$
224
1.6
N/A
Various
2010
$
231,070
N/A
$
138,150
1.7
N/A
VARIOUS
2010
$
110,500
N/A
$
52,619
2.1
N/A
Various
2010
$
27,579
N/A
$
12,793
2.2
N/A
350
N/A
$
149
2.3
N/A
30 $
9
140
3.5
617
194
244
617
617
195
519
23,765
23,765
134.3
143.7
177.5
109.9
109.9
96.1
78.5
8.1
8.1
3.8
3.8
5.8
3.8
3.8
7.3
4.5
2.0
2.0
6.2.11
Lighting:20W Incandescant to 10W CF
19, 35, 40, 48, 49,
50, 51, 59, 61, 62,
63, 64, 65, 67, 68,
69, 70, 71, 72, 73,
74, 75, 76, 77, 94,
96, 100,
58, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9,
11, 12, 17, 19, 24,
32, 37, 63, 66, 76,
90, 97, 98
9
Library
2010
$
6.2.11
Energy Star: Computers (Cost per Item)
ALL BUILDINGS
ALL
2010
$
6.2.5
6.2.5
6.2.5
6.2.5
6.2.5
6.2.5
6.2.5
6.2.3
6.2.3
RTU Replacement
RTU Replacement
RTU Replacement
RTU Replacement
RTU Replacement
RTU Replacement
RTU Replacement
Energy Recovery / VSD Air Handlers
Energy Recovery / VSD Air Handlers
39
39
39
39
39
2
2
9
9
202 Regina
202 Regina
202 Regina
202 Regina
202 Regina
Arts C Wing
Arts C Wing
Library
Library
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2011
2010
2010
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
82,878
27,877
43,322
67,809
67,809
18,747
40,753
192,498
192,498
6.2.7
Exhaust Fan Early Replacement
VARIOUS
Various
2010
$
23,400
N/A
49
Seagram House
2010
$
408
N/A
45
50 University St.
2013
$
360,000 $
Various
2010
$
6.2.1
Normal Priority Re-Commissioning
6.2.11
Lighting:50W MR16 to LED Mini Spot (5W)
6.2.11
6.2.10
6.2.11
6.2.11
6.2.2
6.2.2
6.2.3
6.2.3
Lighting:100W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube T-12
to 64W T-8 (2 x 32W)
Baseboard Heater Retrofit (to 2 pipe fancoil w/
condesning boiler)
4, 8, 10, 10, 11, 14,
15, 16, 17, 18, 19,
Lighting:96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube to 64W 21, 24, 26, 36, 38,
T8 (2 x 32W)
41, 41, 53, 54, 62,
63, 65, 75, 76, 91,
92, 96
Lighting:96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube T-12 to
39
64W T-8 (2 x 32W)
Boiler Replacement
14
Boiler Replacement
14
Energy Recovery / VSD Air Handlers
24
Energy Recovery / VSD Air Handlers
11
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
Estimated Median
Estimated Median
Payback - Upgrade
Payback - Direct
over standard
Replacement
replacement
Building
1,200 $
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
37,098
202 Regina
2010
$
37,098
Willison Hall
Willison Hall
Peters Building
Athletic Complex
2011
2011
2010
2010
$
$
$
$
146,475
146,475
212,400
102,150
2,350
1,385
1,416
2,350
2,350
1,416
2,350
48,125
48,125
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
N/A
5.0
N/A
N/A
$
81
5.0
144,885 $
9,814
36.7
7,069
5.2
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
$
$
$
$
Estimated Yearly
Savings
18,194
18,194
106,200
53,854
$
$
7,069
5.2
$
$
$
$
3,122
3,122
16,338
8,731
46.9
46.9
13.0
11.7
14.8
5.8
5.8
6.4
6.2
Details
Replace at end of usable lifespan; turn
off otherwise.
Replace at end of usable lifespan
Replace at end of usable lifespan
Replace at end of usable lifespan
Replace at end of usable lifespan
Replace at end of usable lifespan
Replace at end of usable lifespan
Replace at end of usable lifespan
Replace at end of usable lifespan
Replace at end of usable lifespan
Requires confirmation of run hours and
replacement cost.
Forgoes capital expense of baseboard
thermostat installation and uses capital
to install 2 pipe fancoil system.
Replace at end of usable lifespan
Replace at end of usable lifespan
Replace at end of usable lifespan
Replace at end of usable lifespan
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Section
Measure
6.2.3
Energy Recovery / VSD Air Handlers
CRA + COBALT ENGINEERING
Building Asset
Number
Building
Year for Implementation
11
Athletic Complex
2010
3
Arts E Wing
VARIOUS
3
5
8
Capital Cost
($) - Direct
Replacement
Capital Cost ($) Upgrade over
standard
replacement
Estimated Yearly
Savings
Estimated Median
Estimated Median
Payback - Upgrade
Payback - Direct
over standard
Replacement
replacement
12.3
Details
$
230,175 $
121,351 $
18,713
6.5 Replace at end of usable lifespan
2013
$
117,145 $
33,472 $
4,666
25.1
7.2 Replace at end of usable lifespan
2010
2013
2013
2010
$
$
$
$
1,000 $
183,050 $
170,746 $
1,224
300 $
52,304 $
85,373 $
N/A
$
45
6,999
10,540
136
22.2
26.2
16.2
9.0
6.7 Replace at end of usable lifespan.
7.5 Replace at end of usable lifespan.
8.1 Replace at end of usable lifespan.
2010
$
1,428
N/A
$
159
9.0
N/A
2010
$
1,632
N/A
$
182
9.0
N/A
$
816
N/A
$
91
9.0
N/A
6.2.2
Boiler Replacement
6.2.11
6.2.2
6.2.3
6.2.11
Energy Star: Refrigerators (Cost per item)
Boiler Replacement
Energy Recovery / VSD Air Handlers
Lighting:400W Metal Halide to T8 High Bay
6.2.11
Lighting:400 W Mercury Vapour to T8 High Bay
42
6.2.11
Lighting:400W Metal Halide to T8 High Bay
41
Various
Arts E Wing
Fred Nichols Centre
Theatre Auditorium
Science Research
Building
Science Building
6.2.11
Lighting:400W Sodium Vapour to T8 High Bay
2
Arts C Wing
2010
6.2.9
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
2
Arts C Wing
2013
N/A
$
11,300 $
1,189
N/A
9.5 Replace at end of usable lifespan.
6.2.9
6.2.9
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
3
5
2013
2013
N/A
N/A
$
$
19,600 $
4,365 $
2,063
459
N/A
N/A
9.5 Replace at end of usable lifespan.
9.5 Replace at end of usable lifespan.
6.2.9
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
6
2011
N/A
$
7,750 $
816
N/A
9.5 Replace at end of usable lifespan.
6.2.9
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
7
Arts E Wing
Fred Nichols Centre
Dining Hall/Paul Martin
Centre
Student services
2013
N/A
$
7,550 $
795
N/A
9.5 Replace at end of usable lifespan.
6.2.9
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
8
Theatre auditorium
2013
N/A
$
9,050 $
953
N/A
9.5 Replace at end of usable lifespan.
6.2.9
6.2.9
6.2.9
6.2.9
6.2.9
6.2.9
6.2.9
6.2.9
6.2.9
6.2.9
6.2.9
6.2.9
6.2.9
6.2.9
6.2.9
6.2.9
6.2.9
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
9
10
11
13
14
17
18
20
21
25
26
39
45
46
49
54
68
Library
Seminary
Athletic Complex
MacDonald House
Willison Hall Res.
Euler residence
Leupold residence
Clara Conrad Res. A
Clara Conrad Res. B
St. Michaels campus
Northdale campus
202 Regina St exterior
50 University
266 Marsland
Seagram House
81 Lodge
14 Lodge
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
2013
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
3,321
1,311
2,626
1,421
1,447
253
289
663
565
989
1,342
189
395
184
158
117
63
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
9.5
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
31,550
12,450
24,950
13,500
13,750
2,400
2,750
6,300
5,365
9,400
12,750
1,800
3,750
1,750
1,500
1,115
600
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
N/A
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace at end of usable lifespan.
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Section
Measure
CRA + COBALT ENGINEERING
Building Asset
Number
Building
Year for Implementation
Capital Cost
($) - Direct
Replacement
6.2.9
Low-E Glazing Retrofit
72
Conestogo house
2013
6.2.13
Water Retrofit: Low Flow Toilets
37
Aird Building
2010
6.2.11
Baseboard Retrofit
21
2013
$
6.2.2
6.2.2
6.2.2
6.2.3
6.2.2
6.2.2
Boiler Replacement
Boiler Replacement
Boiler Replacement
Energy Recovery / VSD Air Handlers
Boiler Replacement
Boiler Replacement
4
4
4
8
10
10
2013
2013
2013
2011
2011
2011
$
$
$
$
$
$
292,915
293,125
293,125
97,883
87,885
183,050
6.2.8
Baseboard Retrofit
36
Clara Conrad Res. B wing,
first floor only.
Dr. Alvin Woods Building
Dr. Alvin Woods Building
Dr. Alvin Woods Building
Theatre Auditorium
Seminary
Seminary
Bouckhaert Residence
Hall
2013
$
6.2.9
Baseboard Retrofit
47
Bricker Residence
2013
6.2.2
6.2.2
6.2.2
Boiler Replacement
Boiler Replacement
Boiler Replacement
26
25
90
Northdale Campus
St. Micheals
Carnegie Hall
2011
2012
2011
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
N/A
$
Capital Cost ($) Upgrade over
standard
replacement
$
180,000
Estimated Median
Estimated Median
Payback - Upgrade
Payback - Direct
over standard
Replacement
replacement
3,650 $
384
$
18,947
9.5
N/A
35,000 $
Estimated Yearly
Savings
1,540
22.7
$
$
$
$
$
$
11,275
11,275
11,275
1,268
1,869
3,892
26.0
26.0
26.0
77.2
47.0
47.0
277,500 $
121,314 $
7,865
35.3
$
787,500 $
453,354 $
17,024
46.3
$
$
$
153,500 $
92,993 $
74,725 $
30,199 $
18,599 $
12,042 $
6,893
4,639
502
22.3
20.0
148.8
$
$
$
$
$
$
17,225 $
N/A
129,056
129,266
129,266
32,628
25,646
53,416
N/A
Details
9.5 Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Focussing on highest traffic washrooms
will yeild best paybakcs.
Install baseboard hot water heating
11.0
connected to plant loads.
11.4 Replace at end of usable lifespan.
11.5 Replace at end of usable lifespan.
11.5 Replace at end of usable lifespan.
25.7 Replace at end of usable lifespan.
13.7 Replace at end of usable lifespan.
13.7 Replace at end of usable lifespan.
Replace electric baseboard with heat
15.4
pump, fancoil, or VRF systems.
Replace electric baseboard with heat
26.6
pump, fancoil, or VRF systems.
4.4 Replace at end of usable lifespan.
4.0 Replace at end of usable lifespan.
24.0 Replace at end of usable lifespan.
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WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN
APPENDIX D: RENEWABLE ENERGY DETAILED CALCULATIONS
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN
CRA + COBALT ENGINEERING
RETScreen Energy Model - Power project
Show alternative units
Proposed case power system
Incremental initial costs
Photovoltaic
Technology
Method 1
Method 2
Analysis type
Photovoltaic
Resource assessment
Solar tracking mode
Slope
Azimuth
Fixed
40.0
0.0
°
°
Show data
Month
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
Annual
Annual solar radiation - horizontal
Annual solar radiation - tilted
Photovoltaic
Type
Power capacity
Manufacturer
Model
Efficiency
Nominal operating cell temperature
Temperature coefficient
Solar collector area
Control method
Miscellaneous losses
Inverter
Efficiency
Capacity
Miscellaneous losses
Summary
Capacity factor
Electricity delivered to load
Electricity exported to grid
Fuel rate - proposed case power system
Electricity export rate
MWh/m²
MWh/m²
%
%
kW
%
92.5%
250.0
0.0%
%
MWh
MWh
16.1%
0.00
338.43
$/MWh
$/MWh
0.00
420.00
%
°C
% / °C
m²
Daily solar
radiation - tilted
kWh/m²/d
3.10
4.59
4.68
4.75
5.31
5.67
5.64
5.31
4.45
3.54
2.00
2.19
4.27
Electricity
Electricity export
rate
exported to grid
$/MWh
MWh
713.0
22.33
713.0
29.57
713.0
32.73
713.0
31.34
713.0
35.26
713.0
35.55
713.0
36.07
713.0
34.10
713.0
28.21
713.0
23.93
713.0
13.63
713.0
15.71
713.00
338.43
1.38
1.56
mono-Si
240.00
Sanyo
mono-Si - HIP-200BA3
17.0%
45
0.40%
1,412
Maximum power point tracker
1.0%
kW
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
240 kW
Canada
Daily solar radiation horizontal
kWh/m²/d
1.67
2.84
3.70
4.53
5.63
6.31
6.13
5.28
3.88
2.59
1.36
1.25
3.77
$
2,040,000
See product database
1200 unit(s)
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RETScreen4-1
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN
CRA + COBALT ENGINEERING
Emission Analysis
Fuel type
All types
GHG emission
factor
(excl. T&D)
tCO2/MWh
0.196
T&D
losses
%
5.0%
GHG emission
factor
tCO2/MWh
0.207
Electricity exported to grid
MWh
338
T&D losses
2.0%
GHG emission
Base case
Proposed case
Gross annual GHG emission reduction
GHG credits transaction fee
Net annual GHG emission reduction
tCO2
tCO2
tCO2
%
tCO2
69.9
1.4
68.5
is equivalent to
23.6
Base case electricity system (Baseline)
Country - region
Canada
GHG reduction income
GHG reduction credit rate
68.5
Hectares of forest absorbing carbon
$/tCO2
Financial Analysis
Financial parameters
Inflation rate
Project life
Debt ratio
%
yr
%
2.0%
25
0%
Initial costs
Power system
Other
Total initial costs
$
$
$
2,040,000
Incentives and grants
$
Total annual costs
Annual savings and income
Fuel cost - base case
Electricity export income
Total annual savings and income
Financial viability
Pre-tax IRR - assets
Simple payback
Equity payback
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
240 kW
Canada
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
%
yr
yr
0.0%
Cumulative cash flows graph
7,000,000
6,000,000
0
0
0
241,298
241,298
13.2%
8.5
7.7
Cumulative cash flows ($)
Annual costs and debt payments
O&M (savings) costs
Fuel cost - proposed case
100.0%
0.0%
100.0%
2,040,000
5,000,000
4,000,000
3,000,000
2,000,000
1,000,000
0
-1,000,000 0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
-2,000,000
-3,000,000
Year
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WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN
CRA + COBALT ENGINEERING
RETScreen Energy Model - Heating project
Heating project
Technology
Load characteristics
Application
Load type
Daily hot water use
Temperature
Operating days per week
Percent of month used
Supply temperature method
Water temperature - minimum
Water temperature - maximum
Heating
Resource assessment
Solar tracking mode
Slope
Azimuth
Solar water heater
Swimming pool
Hot water
Unit
Base case
Proposed case
L/d
°C
d
Industrial
300,000
70
7
300,000
70
7
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
Month
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
°C
°C
Formula
1.9
11.3
Unit
MWh
Base case
8,082.0
˚
˚
Fixed
40.0
0.0
Show data
Month
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
Annual
Annual solar radiation - horizontal
Annual solar radiation - tilted
Solar water heater
Type
Manufacturer
Model
Gross area per solar collector
Aperture area per solar collector
Fr (tau alpha) coefficient
Fr UL coefficient
Temperature coefficient for Fr UL
Number of collectors
Solar collector area
Capacity
Miscellaneous losses
MWh/m²
MWh/m²
Daily solar
radiation horizontal
Daily solar
radiation - tilted
kWh/m²/d
1.67
2.84
3.70
4.53
5.63
6.31
6.13
5.28
3.88
2.59
1.36
1.25
3.77
kWh/m²/d
3.10
4.59
4.68
4.75
5.31
5.67
5.64
5.31
4.45
3.54
2.00
2.19
4.27
Glazed
EnerWorks
COL-4x8-NL-SG1-SH10
m²
2.87
m²
2.69
0.70
(W/m²)/°C
4.04
(W/m²)/°C²
0.000
200
m²
574.60
kW
376.74
%
3.0%
L/m²
L
yes/no
%
%
W/m²
$/kWh
Yes
100
53,820.0
Yes
85.0%
5.0%
10.00
0.091
Summary
Electricity - pump
Heating delivered
Solar fraction
MWh
MWh
%
14.6
420.3
5%
DECEMBER, 2009
Hot water
Canada
m³
$/m³
UNIVERSITY$
Energy saved
0%
Incremental
initial costs
$
-
$
725,000
$
57,655
1.38
1.56
Balance of system & miscellaneous
Storage
Storage capacity / solar collector area
Storage capacity
Heat exchanger
Heat exchanger efficiency
Miscellaneous losses
Pump power / solar collector area
Electricity rate
Heating system
Project verification
Fuel type
Seasonal efficiency
Fuel consumption - annual
Fuel rate
Fuel costWILFRID LAURIER
Proposed case
8,082.0
Base case
Natural gas - m³
70%
1,108,728.9
0.380
421,317
See technical note
See product database
2162
Proposed case
Natural gas - m³
70%
1,051,073.5
0.380
399,408
Energy saved
m³
$/m³
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WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN
CRA + COBALT ENGINEERING
Emission Analysis
Base case electricity system (Baseline)
Country - region
Canada
Fuel type
All types
GHG emission
Base case
Proposed case
Gross annual GHG emission reduction
GHG credits transaction fee
Net annual GHG emission reduction
tCO2
tCO2
tCO2
%
tCO2
GHG reduction income
GHG reduction credit rate
GHG emission
factor
(excl. T&D)
tCO2/MWh
0.196
T&D
losses
%
GHG emission
factor
tCO2/MWh
0.196
is equivalent to
21.3
2,066.5
1,961.9
104.6
104.6
Cars & light trucks not used
$/tCO2
Financial Analysis
Financial parameters
Inflation rate
Project life
Debt ratio
%
yr
%
2.0%
30
0%
Initial costs
Heating system
Other
Total initial costs
$
$
$
782,655
782,655
100.0%
0.0%
100.0%
Incentives and grants
$
80,000
10.2%
Annual costs and debt payments
O&M (savings) costs
Fuel cost - proposed case
Other
Total annual costs
$
$
$
$
Annual savings and income
Fuel cost - base case
Other
Total annual savings and income
$
$
$
421,317
Financial viability
Pre-tax IRR - assets
Simple payback
Equity payback
%
yr
yr
1.2%
34.1
25.9
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
Hot water
Canada
Cumulative cash flows graph
200,000
400,737
421,317
Cumulative cash flows ($)
100,000
400,737
0
-100,000 0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
-200,000
-300,000
-400,000
-500,000
-600,000
-700,000
-800,000
Year
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RETScreen Energy Model - Power project
Show alternative units
Proposed case power system
Incremental initial costs
Wind turbine
Technology
Analysis type
Method 1
Method 2
Method 3
Wind turbine
Resource assessment
Resource method
Wind speed
Resource method
Wind speed - annual
Measured at
Wind shear exponent
Air temperature - annual
Atmospheric pressure - annual
Wind turbine
Power capacity per turbine
Manufacturer
Model
Number of turbines
Power capacity
Hub height
Rotor diameter per turbine
Swept area per turbine
Energy curve data
Shape factor
m/s
m
°C
kPa
kW
kW
m
m
m²
Show data
Wind speed
Guelph
6.5
50.0
0.17
6.7
98.6
4.0
10.0
600.0
Vestas
VESTAS V44 - 40m
1
600.0
40.0
44
1,521
Standard
2.0
See maps
Electricity
exported to grid
6.7
98.6
See product database
$
770,000
6.3 m/s
Show data
Wind speed
m/s
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25 - 30
Power curve data
kW
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
30.0
77.0
135.0
206.0
287.0
371.0
450.0
514.0
558.0
582.0
594.0
598.0
600.0
600.0
600.0
600.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
%
%
%
%
0.0%
1.0%
2.0%
98.0%
%
MWh
MWh
22.5%
0
1,185
$/MWh
$/MWh
0.00
113.00
Energy curve data
MWh
Show figure
93.2
327.1
689.9
1,126.8
1,576.8
1,987.6
2,322.5
2,564.3
2,714.0
2,783.5
2,789.1
2,747.3
2,672.4
Show data
Array losses
Airfoil losses
Miscellaneous losses
Availability
Summary
Capacity factor
Electricity delivered to load
Electricity exported to grid
Fuel rate - proposed case power system
Electricity export rate
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
600 kW
Canada
Unadjusted energy production
Pressure coefficient
Temperature coefficient
Gross energy production
Losses coefficient
Specific yield
Per turbine
MWh
1,243
0.974
1.030
MWh
1,246
0.95
kWh/m²
779
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Emission Analysis
Fuel type
All types
GHG emission
factor
(excl. T&D)
tCO2/MWh
0.201
T&D
losses
%
8.0%
GHG emission
factor
tCO2/MWh
0.218
Electricity exported to grid
MWh
1,185
T&D losses
8.0%
GHG emission
Base case
Proposed case
Gross annual GHG emission reduction
GHG credits transaction fee
Net annual GHG emission reduction
tCO2
tCO2
tCO2
%
tCO2
258.9
20.7
238.2
0.0%
238.2
is equivalent to
48.4
$/tCO2
0.00
Base case electricity system (Baseline)
Country - region
Canada - Ontario
GHG reduction income
GHG reduction credit rate
Cars & light trucks not used
Financial Analysis
Financial parameters
Inflation rate
Project life
Debt ratio
%
yr
%
2.0%
25
0%
Initial costs
Power system
Other
Total initial costs
$
$
$
770,000
453,437
1,223,437
Incentives and grants
$
0.0%
$
$
$
$
47,662
0
0
133,887
Total annual savings and income
$
$
$
$
Financial viability
Pre-tax IRR - assets
Simple payback
Equity payback
%
yr
yr
7.0%
14.2
12.4
Total annual costs
Annual savings and income
Fuel cost - base case
Electricity export income
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
600 kW
Canada
47,662
133,887
Cumulative cash flows graph
2,000,000
1,500,000
Cumulative cash flows ($)
Annual costs and debt payments
O&M (savings) costs
Fuel cost - proposed case
62.9%
37.1%
100.0%
1,000,000
500,000
0
-500,000
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
-1,000,000
-1,500,000
Year
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RETScreen Energy Model - Heating project
Heating project
Technology
Load characteristics
Application
Solar air heater
Ventilation
Process
Unit
Facility type
Indoor temperature
Air temperature - maximum
R-value - wall
Design airflow rate
Operating days per week - weekdays
Operating hours per day - weekdays
Operating days per week - weekends
Operating hours per day - weekends
Percent of month used
Heating
Resource assessment
Solar tracking mode
Slope
Azimuth
°C
°C
m² - ºC/W
m³/h
d/w
h/d
d/w
h/d
15,000
5.0
24.0
2.0
24.0
15,000
5.0
24.0
2.0
24.0
100%
100%
100%
100%
50%
0%
0%
0%
50%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
100%
50%
0%
0%
0%
50%
100%
100%
100%
Unit
MWh
Base case
573
Proposed case
573
˚
˚
Fixed
90.0
20.0
Month
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
Show data
Month
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
Annual
Annual solar radiation - horizontal
Annual solar radiation - tilted
Base case
Proposed case
Institutional
21.0
21.0
40.0
40.0
2.1
2.1
Daily solar
radiation horizontal
Daily solar
radiation - tilted
kWh/m²/d
1.67
2.84
3.70
4.53
5.63
6.31
6.13
5.28
3.88
2.59
1.36
1.25
3.77
kWh/m²/d
3.28
4.51
3.74
2.99
2.94
2.93
2.99
3.15
3.06
2.82
1.75
2.26
3.03
MWh/m²
MWh/m²
1.38
1.10
Solar air heater
Type
Design objective
Manufacturer
Model
Solar collector absorptivity
Performance factor
Solar collector area
Solar collector shading - season of use
Incremental fan power
Electricity rate
m²
%
W/m²
$/kWh
Transpired-plate
High temperature rise
Conserval Engineering
Solarwall - Black
0.94
1.00
100
0%
7.0
0.090
Summary
Incremental electricity - fan
Heating delivered
Building heat loss recaptured
Destratification energy saved
MWh
MWh
MWh
MWh
4.1
42.0
5.3
0.0
m³
$/m³
$
Base case
Natural gas - m³
70%
78,609.0
0.380
29,871
Heating system
Project verification
Fuel type
Seasonal efficiency
Fuel consumption - annual
Fuel rate
Fuel cost
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
Industrial - Transpired-plate
Canada
Energy saved
0%
Incremental
initial costs
$
-
$
27,000
See product database
417
Proposed case
Natural gas - m³
70%
72,123.1
0.380
27,407
Show data
Solar collector fan flow rate
Solar collector flow rate
Air temperature - average rise
Solar air heater - seasonal efficiency
m³/h/m²
m³/h/m²
°C
150.0
150.0
3.5
30.5%
Energy saved
$
6,486
m³
$/m³
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Base case electricity system (Baseline)
Country - region
Canada
Fuel type
All types
GHG emission
Base case
Proposed case
Gross annual GHG emission reduction
GHG credits transaction fee
Net annual GHG emission reduction
tCO2
tCO2
tCO2
%
tCO2
GHG reduction income
GHG reduction credit rate
GHG emission
factor
(excl. T&D)
tCO2/MWh
0.196
T&D
losses
%
GHG emission
factor
tCO2/MWh
0.196
is equivalent to
2.3
146.5
135.2
11.3
11.3
Cars & light trucks not used
$/tCO2
Financial Analysis
Financial parameters
Inflation rate
Project life
Debt ratio
%
yr
%
2.0%
20
0%
Initial costs
Heating system
Other
Total initial costs
$
$
$
33,486
33,486
100.0%
0.0%
100.0%
Incentives and grants
$
13,500
40.3%
Annual savings and income
Fuel cost - base case
Other
Total annual savings and income
Financial viability
Pre-tax IRR - assets
Simple payback
Equity payback
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
%
yr
yr
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
Industrial - Transpired-plate
Canada
27,773
27,773
29,871
29,871
10.6%
9.5
8.6
30,000
Cumulative cash flows ($)
Annual costs and debt payments
O&M (savings) costs
Fuel cost - proposed case
Other
Total annual costs
Cumulative cash flows graph
40,000
20,000
10,000
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
-10,000
-20,000
-30,000
Year
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Heating project
Unit
Base case heating system
Single building - space heating
Heated floor area for building
Fuel type
Seasonal efficiency
Heating load calculation
Heating load for building
Domestic hot water heating base demand
Total heating
Total peak heating load
Fuel consumption - annual
Fuel rate
Fuel cost
Proposed case energy efficiency measures
End-use energy efficiency measures
Net peak heating load
Net heating
m²
%
24,600
Natural gas - m³
100%
W/m²
%
MWh
kW
m³
$/m³
42.8
10%
2,443
1,052.9
234,564
0.380
$
89,134
%
kW
MWh
Cooling project
0%
1,052.9
2,443
Unit
Base case cooling system
Single building - space cooling
Cooled floor area for building
Fuel type
Coefficient of performance - seasonal
Cooling load calculation
Cooling load for building
Non-weather dependant cooling
Total cooling
Total peak cooling load
Fuel consumption - annual
Fuel rate
Fuel cost
Proposed case energy efficiency measures
End-use energy efficiency measures
Net peak cooling load
Net cooling
m²
24,600
Electricity
3.00
W/m²
%
MWh
kW
MWh
$/kWh
20.0
0%
696
492.0
232
0.091
$
21,100
%
kW
MWh
0%
492.0
696
Base case load characteristics
Proposed case load characteristics
Power
net average
load
kW
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Power
gross average load
kW
Month
Jan January
Feb February
Mar March
Apr April
MayMay
Jun June
Jul July
AugAugust
Aug
August
Sep September
Oct October
Nov November
Dec December
System peak electricity load over max monthly average
Peak load - annual
Electricity
Electricity rate - base case
Total electricity cost
Cooling
% time
process
operating
0
MWh
$/kWh
0
0
0
0
0.000
$
-
$
Cooling
average load
kW
0
0
0
0
49
192
256
233
135
0
0
0
Return
100%
Heating
% time
process
operating
Return
100%
492
Heating
average load
kW
581
673
424
253
130
32
21
21
71
186
321
506
Power
net average
load
kW
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Month
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
Power
for
cooling
kW
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1,053
Peak load - annual
673.0261558
0
Power
system
load
kW
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Cooling
system
load
kW
0
0
0
0
49
192
256
233
135
0
0
0
Heating
net average
load
kW
581
673
424
253
130
32
21
21
71
186
321
506
Heat
for
cooling
kW
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Heating
system
load
kW
581
673
424
253
130
32
21
21
71
186
321
506
492
1,053
0
1,053
0
0
0
-
Proposed case system load characteristics graph
Base case system load characteristics graph
800
800
700
700
600
600
500
500
Cooling
400
300
300
200
200
100
100
0
Cooling
0
Jan
Feb
Proposed case energy efficiency measures
End-use energy efficiency measures
Net peak electricity load
Net electricity
Mar
Apr
May
%
kW
MWh
Jun
Jul
0
0
Complete Energy Model sheet
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
Warehouse
Canada
Heating
kW
kW
Heating
400
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Jan
Proposed case load and energy
System peak load
System energy
Feb
Mar
Apr
kW
MWh
May
Power
0
0
Jun
Jul
Aug
Sep
Heating
1,053
2,443
Oct
Nov
Dec
Cooling
492
696
Complete Energy Model sheet
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Proposed case cooling system
Base load cooling system
Technology
Fuel type
Fuel rate
Capacity
Coefficient of performance - seasonal
Manufacturer
Model
Cooling delivered
Peak load cooling system
Technology
$/MWh
kW
MWh
Heat pump
Electricity
91.000
506.5
4.57
Trane
GSHC-048
696
Show figure
102.9%
See product database
36 unit(s)
100.0%
Not required
Proposed case heating system
System selection
Base load heating system
Technology
Fuel selection method
Fuel type
Fuel rate
Show alternative units
Incremental initial costs
Incremental initial costs
Base load system
Heat pump
$/MWh
Single fuel
Electricity
91.000
Complete Tools sheet
Heat pump
Capacity
Heating delivered
Manufacturer
Model
Seasonal efficiency
Fuel required
Proposed case system characteristics
Heating
Base load heating system
Technology
Capacity
Heating delivered
Peak load heating system
Technology
Fuel type
Fuel rate
Suggested capacity
Capacity
Heating delivered
Manufacturer
Model
Seasonal efficiency
Back-up heating system (optional)
Technology
Capacity
Cooling
Base load cooling system
Technology
Fuel type
Capacity
Cooling delivered
Back-up cooling system (optional)
Technology
Capacity
kW
MWh
37.3%
78.5%
%
GJ/h
392.4
1,919
Trane
GSSD-048
320%
0.4
Unit
Estimate
%
$
See product database
36 unit(s)
System design graph
Incremental initial costs
Peak
kW
MWh
$/m³
kW
kW
MWh
%
Heat pump
392.4
1,919
Boiler
Natural gas - m³
0.380
660.5
669
524.0
Viessmann
VSB-22
90%
Base
120%
37.3%
78.5%
100%
80%
Complete Tools sheet
60%
63.5%
21.5%
See PDB
3 unit(s)
$
40%
54,189
20%
0%
Capacity
Energy delivered
kW
Base
150%
kW
MWh
Heat pump
Electricity
507
696
100%
102.9%
100.0%
50%
0%
Capacity
kW
Proposed case system summary
Heating
Base load
Peak load
Cooling
Base load
Fuel type
Fuel
consumption unit
Electricity
Natural gas
MWh
m³
Electricity
MWh
Fuel
consumption
600
55,906
Total
152
Total
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
Warehouse
Canada
226,180
Energy delivered
Energy
delivered
(MWh)
Capacity
(kW)
392
669
1,061
1,919
524
2,443
507
507
696
696
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Fuel type
All types
GHG emission
factor
(excl. T&D)
tCO2/MWh
0.196
T&D
losses
%
5.0%
Electricity exported to grid
MWh
0
T&D losses
GHG emission
Base case
Proposed case
Gross annual GHG emission reduction
GHG credits transaction fee
Net annual GHG emission reduction
tCO2
tCO2
tCO2
%
tCO2
485.1
259.5
225.6
Base case electricity system (Baseline)
Country - region
Canada
GHG reduction income
GHG reduction credit rate
225.6
GHG emission
factor
tCO2/MWh
0.207
is equivalent to
Cars & light trucks not used
45.9
$/tCO2
Financial Analysis
Financial parameters
Inflation rate
Project life
Debt ratio
%
yr
%
2.0%
20
0%
Initial costs
Heating system
Cooling system
Ground heat exchanger
Total initial costs
$
$
$
$
280,369
0
Incentives and grants
$
Total annual costs
Annual savings and income
Fuel cost - base case
$
$
$
$
280,369
0.0%
89,658
89,658
110,235
Total annual savings and income
$
$
$
Financial viability
Pre-tax IRR - assets
Simple payback
Equity payback
%
yr
yr
6.1%
13.6
12.0
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
Warehouse
Canada
Cumulative cash flows graph
300,000
110,235
Cumulative cash flows ($)
Annual costs and debt payments
O&M (savings) costs
Fuel cost - proposed case
100.0%
0.0%
0.0%
100.0%
200,000
100,000
0
-100,000
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
-200,000
-300,000
-400,000
Year
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APPENDIX E: WLU PHYSICAL AUDIT DATABASE TABLES
WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY
DECEMBER, 2009
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 1 - ARTS BUILDING (A WING)
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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Arts Building (A Wing)
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1953
80
50
641
2
1
Academic
Renovated in 1998
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
1-R1
Flat
Dark
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
Brick Veneer with Concrete masonry back-up accented with precast concrete traim
Brick Veneer with Concrete masonry back-up accented with precast concrete traim
Brick Veneer with Concrete masonry back-up accented with precast concrete traim
Brick Veneer with Concrete masonry back-up accented with precast concrete traim
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
23
Classroom/Office
Switches
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
47
Classroom/Office
Switches
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
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BUILDING 1 - ARTS BUILDING (A WING)
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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Arts Building (A Wing)
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1953
80
50
641
2
1
Academic
Renovated in 1998
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
3-B1
3347000
Natural gas
-
3-B2
5230000
Natural gas
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
1-AC1
-
1-AC2
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
1-EF1
Rooftop Washroom Exhaust Fan
1
-
1-EF2
1st floor storage room exhaust fan
1
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 1 - ARTS BUILDING (A WING)
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 3 of 282
1
Arts Building (A Wing)
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1953
80
50
641
2
1
Academic
Renovated in 1998
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 1 - ARTS BUILDING (A WING)
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 4 of 282
1
Arts Building (A Wing)
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1953
80
50
641
2
1
Academic
Renovated in 1998
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
1-HVAC1
Engineered Air
125000
1
2nd Floor
7:00
23:00
DDC Control System
1-HVAC2
Engineered Air
125000
1
3rd Floor
7:00
23:00
DDC Control System
1-HVAC3
78000
1
Frank Peters Computer Room
7:00
23:00
DDC Control System
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 2 - ARTS BUILDING (C WING)
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 5 of 282
2
Arts Building (C Wing)
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1953
80
50
3098
3
0
Academic/Administration
Renovated and added to in 1996
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 2 - ARTS BUILDING (C WING)
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 6 of 282
2
Arts Building (C Wing)
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1953
80
50
3098
3
0
Academic/Administration
Renovated and added to in 1996
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
3-B2
5,230,000
Natural gas
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
2-AC1
7:00
11:00 PM
BAS Schedule
2-AC2
-
2-AC3
-
2-AC4
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 2 - ARTS BUILDING (C WING)
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 7 of 282
2
Arts Building (C Wing)
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1953
80
50
3098
3
0
Academic/Administration
Renovated and added to in 1996
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 2 - ARTS BUILDING (C WING)
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 8 of 282
2
Arts Building (C Wing)
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1953
80
50
3098
3
0
Academic/Administration
Renovated and added to in 1996
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
2-AC5
Engineered Air
13000
650000
1
new addition
-
2-AC6
115000
video conference room
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 3 - ARTS BUILDING (E WING)
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 9 of 282
3
Arts Building (E Wing)
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1963
80
50
4378
3
0
Academic/Administration
Renovated in 1996
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
1
144
-
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
2
-
1 x MR16
50W MR-16
50
1
14
-
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
58
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 3 - ARTS BUILDING (E WING)
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 10 of 282
3
Arts Building (E Wing)
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1963
80
50
4378
3
0
Academic/Administration
Renovated in 1996
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 3 - ARTS BUILDING (E WING)
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 11 of 282
3
Arts Building (E Wing)
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1963
80
50
4378
3
0
Academic/Administration
Renovated in 1996
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
248
-
3 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
3
12
-
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
186
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 3 - ARTS BUILDING (E WING)
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 12 of 282
3
Arts Building (E Wing)
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1963
80
50
4378
3
0
Academic/Administration
Renovated in 1996
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 4 - DR. ALVIN WOODS BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
4
Dr. Alvin Woods Building
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1970
80
50
9041
5
1
Academic/Administration
Remodelled in 2006
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
WALLS
North
South
East
West
Page 13 of 282
4-R1
Flat
dark
brick veneer
brick veneer
brick veneer
brick veneer
and limestone facing panels with concrete masonry unit back-up
and limestone facing panels with concrete masonry unit back-up
and limestone facing panels with concrete masonry unit back-up
and limestone facing panels with concrete masonry unit back-up
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
4-W1
single
metal
y
none
shades
1.25
4
4-W2
single
metal
n
none
shades
1.25
2
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
4-D1
Glass
1.90
7
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
1
43
-
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
11
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
4-AHU1
16.37
All air handling mechanical rooms (5-125, 4-125, 3-125, 2-125, 108)
-
4-AHU2
2nd floor
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
4-AC1
Water-cooled scroll compressor chiller
110
42.5
24/7 During summer
24/7 During summer
BAS
4-AC2
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 4 - DR. ALVIN WOODS BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Page 14 of 282
4
Dr. Alvin Woods Building
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1970
80
50
9041
5
1
Academic/Administration
Remodelled in 2006
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
4-B1
Boilers are modulating (high fire when temp drops below 180 F) AHU1 has a heat
reclaim wheel
Firetube
8375000
Natural Gas
82-88
8
52
4-B2
Boilers are modulating (high fire when temp drops
below 180 F) AHU1 has a heat reclaim wheel
Firetube
8375000
Natural Gas
82-88
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 4 - DR. ALVIN WOODS BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 15 of 282
4
Dr. Alvin Woods Building
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1970
80
50
9041
5
1
Academic/Administration
Remodelled in 2006
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
4-W3
double
metal
n
tinted
none
1.21
3
4-W4
double
metal
n
tinted
shades
2.21
9
4-W5
double
metal
y
tinted
none
2.21
4
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x MR16
50W MR-16
50
1
30
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
228
-
2 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
2
0
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
4-AHU3
3rd floor
-
4-AHU4
20.14
4th floor
-
4-AHU5
20.14
5th floor
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
4-AC3
-
4-AC4
-
4-AC5
-
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BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
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4
Dr. Alvin Woods Building
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1970
80
50
9041
5
1
Academic/Administration
Remodelled in 2006
4-B3
Boilers are modulating (high fire when temp drops
below 180 F) AHU1 has a heat reclaim wheel
Firetube
8369000
Natural Gas
82-88
-
-
-
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 4 - DR. ALVIN WOODS BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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4
Dr. Alvin Woods Building
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1970
80
50
9041
5
1
Academic/Administration
Remodelled in 2006
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
4-W6
double
metal
n
tinted
none
2.98
2
4-W7
double
metal
n
tinted
none
2.55
1
4-W8
double
metal
n
tinted
shades
1.16
263
4-W9
double
metal
y
tinted
shades
1.16
249
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
3 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
3
50
-
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
594
-
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 4 - DR. ALVIN WOODS BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 18 of 282
4
Dr. Alvin Woods Building
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1970
80
50
9041
5
1
Academic/Administration
Remodelled in 2006
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
-
-
-
-
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 4 - DR. ALVIN WOODS BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
4
Dr. Alvin Woods Building
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1970
80
50
9041
5
1
Academic/Administration
Remodelled in 2006
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
4-W10
double
metal
n
tinted
none
2.77
9
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
Page 19 of 282
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 4 - DR. ALVIN WOODS BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
4
Dr. Alvin Woods Building
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1970
80
50
9041
5
1
Academic/Administration
Remodelled in 2006
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
-
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
Page 20 of 282
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 5 - FRED NICHOLS CENTRE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 21 of 282
5
Fred Nichols Centre
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Ancillary - Waterloo
1970
168
50
6051
3
1
Multi-Use
Renovated in 1995
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
5-R1
Flat
Dark
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
brick veneer & precast concrete panel section
brick veneer & precast concrete panel section
brick veneer & precast concrete panel section
brick veneer & precast concrete panel section
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x 500
500 W Spot Light
500
2
2
-
1 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
1
179
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
5-AHU1
10
Penthouse
Hawk's nest
constant volume
5-AHU2
25
Basement
Food Court
7:00
23:00
Timer
hot deck cold deck
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
5-AC1
McQuay PEH100-ABBB
Single Compressor Cetnrifugal Chiller
700
6:00
23:00
BAS Timer
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 5 - FRED NICHOLS CENTRE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Page 22 of 282
5
Fred Nichols Centre
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Ancillary - Waterloo
1970
168
50
6051
3
1
Multi-Use
Renovated in 1995
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
4-B1
Boilers are modulating (high fire when temp drops
below 180 F) AHU1 has a heat reclaim wheel
Firetube
8375000
Natural Gas
82-88
-
4-B2
Boilers are modulating (high fire when temp drops
below 180 F) AHU1 has a heat reclaim wheel
Firetube
8375000
Natural Gas
82-88
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 5 - FRED NICHOLS CENTRE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 23 of 282
5
Fred Nichols Centre
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Ancillary - Waterloo
1970
168
50
6051
3
1
Multi-Use
Renovated in 1995
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x F75
75W Flood Light
75
1
47
-
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
60
-
1 x IN100
100W Incandescent
100
1
12
-
1 x IN150
150W Incandescent
150
1
24
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
5-AHU3
20
Basement
Wilf's
7:00
2:00
Timer
hot deck cold deck
5-AHU4
25
Basement
Student Union
24 hours
24 hours
N/A
hot deck cold deck
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 5 - FRED NICHOLS CENTRE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Page 24 of 282
5
Fred Nichols Centre
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Ancillary - Waterloo
1970
168
50
6051
3
1
Multi-Use
Renovated in 1995
4-B3
Boilers are modulating (high fire when temp drops
below 180 F) AHU1 has a heat reclaim wheel
Firetube
8369000
Natural Gas
82-88
-
-
-
-
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 5 - FRED NICHOLS CENTRE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 25 of 282
5
Fred Nichols Centre
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Ancillary - Waterloo
1970
168
50
6051
3
1
Multi-Use
Renovated in 1995
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x MR16
50W MR-16
50
1
334
-
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
45
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
99
-
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
184
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 5 - FRED NICHOLS CENTRE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 26 of 282
5
Fred Nichols Centre
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Ancillary - Waterloo
1970
168
50
6051
3
1
Multi-Use
Renovated in 1995
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
-
-
-
-
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 6 - DINING HALL/PAUL MARTIN C.T.R.
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 27 of 282
6
Dining Hall/Paul Martin C.T.R.
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1962
168
50
2781
2
1
Dining/Cafeteria (with Kitchen)
Additions in 1985 and 2003
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
6-R1
Pitched
Dark
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
brick veneer with concrete masonry unit backup
brick veneer with concrete masonry unit backup
brick veneer with concrete masonry unit backup
brick veneer with concrete masonry unit backup
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF26
26 W Compact Fluorescent
26
1
12
-
1 x F65
65 W Flood
65
1
12
-
1 x IN150
150 W Incandescent
150
1
7
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
37-AHU1
-
6-EF1
5
4600
Rooftop
Kitchen range hoods
24/7
24/7
-
6-EF2
10
10800
Rooftop
Kitchen range hoods
24/7
24/7
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
6-AC1
Split unit serving furnaces
-
6-AC2
Split unit serving furnaces
-
6-AC3
Split unit serving MUA unit in attic
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 6 - DINING HALL/PAUL MARTIN C.T.R.
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 28 of 282
6
Dining Hall/Paul Martin C.T.R.
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1962
168
50
2781
2
1
Dining/Cafeteria (with Kitchen)
Additions in 1985 and 2003
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
3-B1
3347000
Natural gas
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
6-HVAC1
Lennox ERV4500D-Y
5
0.333333333
4500
Rooftop unit
235000
1
Senate and Board Room
6:00 AM
23:00
BAS
6-HVAC2
Lennox ERV4500D-Y
4500
Rooftop unit
235000
1
Dining Hall
-
6-HVAC3
Makeup air unit
350000
1
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 6 - DINING HALL/PAUL MARTIN C.T.R.
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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6
Dining Hall/Paul Martin C.T.R.
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1962
168
50
2781
2
1
Dining/Cafeteria (with Kitchen)
Additions in 1985 and 2003
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN250
250 W Incandescent
250
1
4
-
1 x MR16
50W MR-16
50
1
43
-
2 x CF26
26 W Compact Fluorescent
26
2
110
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
6-EF3
Rooftop
Washrooms
-
6-EF4
Dishwasher
-
6-EF5
Freezer foom compressors
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
6-AC4
Split unit serving MUA unit in attic
-
6-AC5
Split unit serving president executive dining room
-
6-AC6
Split unit serving Paul Martin Centre
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 6 - DINING HALL/PAUL MARTIN C.T.R.
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 30 of 282
6
Dining Hall/Paul Martin C.T.R.
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1962
168
50
2781
2
1
Dining/Cafeteria (with Kitchen)
Additions in 1985 and 2003
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
6-HVAC4
Makeup air unit
125000
1
-
6-HVAC5
furnace equipped with split unit
105000
1
Cooking area
-
6-HVAC6
furnace equipped with split unit
105000
1
Cooking area
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 6 - DINING HALL/PAUL MARTIN C.T.R.
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 31 of 282
6
Dining Hall/Paul Martin C.T.R.
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1962
168
50
2781
2
1
Dining/Cafeteria (with Kitchen)
Additions in 1985 and 2003
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x CF30
30W Compact Fluorescent
30
2
44
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
53
-
2 x U20
20W "U" Fluorescent Tube
20
2
9
-
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
4
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
6-EF6
Garbage Room
-
6-EF7
Garbage Room
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 6 - DINING HALL/PAUL MARTIN C.T.R.
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 32 of 282
6
Dining Hall/Paul Martin C.T.R.
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1962
168
50
2781
2
1
Dining/Cafeteria (with Kitchen)
Additions in 1985 and 2003
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
6-HVAC7
furnace equipped with split unit
105000
1
-
6-HVAC8
furnace equipped with split unit
105000
1
-
6-HVAC9
heat pump
1
Dining hall manager office
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 7 - STUDENT SERVICES
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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7
Student Services
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Ancillary - Waterloo
1962
168
50
1071
2
1
Healthcare
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
7-R1
Pitched
Dark
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
Brick veneer with concrete masonry unit back-up
Brick veneer with concrete masonry unit back-up
Brick veneer with concrete masonry unit back-up
Brick veneer with concrete masonry unit back-up
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x F65
65 W Flood
65
1
46
-
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
13
-
1 x MR16
50W MR-16
50
1
6
-
2 x CF13
13W Compact Fluorescent
13
2
3
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 7 - STUDENT SERVICES
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 34 of 282
7
Student Services
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Ancillary - Waterloo
1962
168
50
1071
2
1
Healthcare
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 7 - STUDENT SERVICES
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 35 of 282
7
Student Services
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Ancillary - Waterloo
1962
168
50
1071
2
1
Healthcare
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
2
41
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
45
-
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
62
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 7 - STUDENT SERVICES
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 36 of 282
7
Student Services
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Ancillary - Waterloo
1962
168
50
1071
2
1
Healthcare
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 8 - THEATRE AUDITORIUM
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 37 of 282
8
Theatre Auditorium
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1962
?
50
2131
2
1
Assembly (Auditorium Theater)
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
8-W1
single
aluminum
n
none
none
1.11
86
8-W2
double
aluminum
n
none
none
0.94
2
8-W3
double
aluminum
y
none
none
1.11
1
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
8-D1
Hollow metal
2.1726
6
8-D2
glass
1.73169
4
8-D3
glass
1.79712
4
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN65
65 W Incandescent
65
1
6
-
1 x IN150
150 W Incandescent
150
1
3
-
1 x IN500
500W Incandescant
500
1
20
-
1 x MV400
400 W Mercury Vapour
400
1
7
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
8-AHU1
?(year = 1960)
7.5
3
penthouse
whole building
7:00
23:00
BAS
Constant volume
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 8 - THEATRE AUDITORIUM
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 38 of 282
8
Theatre Auditorium
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1962
?
50
2131
2
1
Assembly (Auditorium Theater)
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
13-B1
Cleaver Brooks (30 yrs old)
5230000
Natural Gas
-
13-B2
Cleaver Brooks (30 yrs old)
5230000
Natural Gas
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 8 - THEATRE AUDITORIUM
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 39 of 282
8
Theatre Auditorium
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1962
?
50
2131
2
1
Assembly (Auditorium Theater)
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x MV1000
1000 W Mercury Vapour
1000
1
10
-
1 x Q250
250 W Quartz
250
1
4
-
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
6
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
16
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 8 - THEATRE AUDITORIUM
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 40 of 282
8
Theatre Auditorium
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1962
?
50
2131
2
1
Assembly (Auditorium Theater)
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 8 - THEATRE AUDITORIUM
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 41 of 282
8
Theatre Auditorium
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1962
?
50
2131
2
1
Assembly (Auditorium Theater)
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
2
0
-
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
26
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 8 - THEATRE AUDITORIUM
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 42 of 282
8
Theatre Auditorium
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1962
?
50
2131
2
1
Assembly (Auditorium Theater)
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
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BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
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City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 43 of 282
9
Library
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1965
?
50
9706
7
0
Library
1-3 floor builst in 1965, 4-7 added in 1983, stairwell and elevator wings added in 2003
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
9-W1
double
metal
n
none
none
0.63
281
9-W2
double
metal
y
none
none
0.63
107
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
9-D1
glass/metal
1.8928
7
9-D2
hollow metal
1.8928
4
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
1
146
-
1 x F50
50W Flood
50
1
56
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
9-AHU1
Engineered Air
20
7.5
24380
Basement
1st & 2nd floor
6:00
23:00
BAS
VAV (motors have VSDs)
9-AHU2
Engineered Air
15
10
18410
Basement
3rd floor
6:00
23:00
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
5-AC1
McQuay PEH100-ABBB
Single Compressor Cetnrifugal Chiller
700
6:00
23:00
BAS Timer
9-AC1
Split system
2
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
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Building ID
Building Name
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City
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Occupancy Average Week/Year
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Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Page 44 of 282
9
Library
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1965
?
50
9706
7
0
Library
1-3 floor builst in 1965, 4-7 added in 1983, stairwell and elevator wings added in 2003
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
4-B1
Boilers are modulating (high fire when temp drops below 180 F)
AHU1 has a heat reclaim wheel
Firetube
8375000
Natural Gas
82-88
-
4-B2
Boilers are modulating (high fire when temp drops below 180 F)
AHU1 has a heat reclaim wheel
Firetube
8375000
Natural Gas
82-88
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 9 - LIBRARY
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 45 of 282
9
Library
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1965
?
50
9706
7
0
Library
1-3 floor builst in 1965, 4-7 added in 1983, stairwell and elevator wings added in 2003
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
9-W3
double
metal
y
none
shades
2.07
24
9-W4
double
metal
n
none
shades
2.07
12
9-W5
double
metal
n
none
none
0.83
121
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x F75
75W Flood
75
1
16
-
1 x IN20
20W Incandescant
20
1
11
-
1 x MR16
50W MR-16
50
1
28
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
9-AHU3
Engineered Air
50
20
penthouse
4th & 5th floor
6:00
23:00
-
9-AHU4
Engineered Air
50
20
penthouse
6th & 7th floor
6:00
23:00
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
9-AC2
Split system
-
9-AC3
Split system
-
-
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Building Name
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City
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Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Page 46 of 282
9
Library
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1965
?
50
9706
7
0
Library
1-3 floor builst in 1965, 4-7 added in 1983, stairwell and elevator wings added in 2003
4-B3
Boilers are modulating (high fire when temp drops below 180 F)
AHU1 has a heat reclaim wheel
Firetube
8369000
Natural Gas
82-88
-
-
-
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
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BUILDING
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Building Name
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City
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Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 47 of 282
9
Library
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1965
?
50
9706
7
0
Library
1-3 floor builst in 1965, 4-7 added in 1983, stairwell and elevator wings added in 2003
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
9-W6
double
metal
n
none
none
3.56
4
9-W7
double
metal
y
none
none
3.56
6
9-W8
double
metal
n
none
none
1.07
2
9-W9
double
metal
n
none
none
2.27
3
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
3000
-
-
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 9 - LIBRARY
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 48 of 282
9
Library
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1965
?
50
9706
7
0
Library
1-3 floor builst in 1965, 4-7 added in 1983, stairwell and elevator wings added in 2003
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
-
-
-
-
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 10 - SEMINARY
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 49 of 282
10
Seminary
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1964
?
50
2246
2
1
Other
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
10-W1
single
metal
n
none
blinds
6.34
6
10-W2
single
metal
n
none
blinds
8.54
12
10-W3
single
metal
y
none
blinds
2.22
40
10-W4
single
metal
n
none
none
1.27
1
10-W5
single
metal
y
none
none
1.68
1
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
10-D1
Hollow metal
1.9383
1
10-D2
glass
1.8928
5
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF13
13W Compact Fluorescent
13
1
8
-
1 x IN75
75W Incandescant
75
1
64
-
1 x IN150
150W Incandescant
150
1
44
-
1 x IN500
500W Incandescant
500
1
10
-
2 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
2
18
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
10-AHU1
3
3
Basement
All floors
pneumatic controls
Constant volume
10-AHU2
5
5
Basement
All floors
pneumatic controls
Constant volume
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
10-AC1
Split system
1.5
-
10-AC2
Split system
1.5
-
10-AC3
Split system
1.5
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
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BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 50 of 282
10
Seminary
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1964
?
50
2246
2
1
Other
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
10-B1
Cleaver Brooks (1961)
2511000
Natural Gas
5
10-B2
Cleaver Brooks (1966)
5230000
Natural Gas
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 10 - SEMINARY
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 51 of 282
10
Seminary
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1964
?
50
2246
2
1
Other
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
10-W6
single
metal
n
none
none
1.94
11
10-W7
single
metal
n
none
none
3.17
36
10-W8
single
metal
n
none
none
1.98
3
10-W9
single
metal
n
none
none
1.59
25
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
2
93
-
3 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
3
84
-
4 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
4
23
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 10 - SEMINARY
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Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 52 of 282
10
Seminary
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1964
?
50
2246
2
1
Other
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 10 - SEMINARY
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 53 of 282
10
Seminary
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1964
?
50
2246
2
1
Other
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
10-W10
double
metal
n
none
none
1.53
25
10-W11
single
metal
n
none
none
1.16
8
10-W12
double
metal
n
none
none
0.76
93
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 10 - SEMINARY
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 54 of 282
10
Seminary
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1964
?
50
2246
2
1
Other
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 11 - ATHLETIC COMPLEX
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 55 of 282
11
Athletic Complex
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Ancillary - Waterloo
1973
?
50
8385
2
0
Athletic Facility
Addition in 2000
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
1
30
-
1 x IN25
25W Incandescant
25
1
50
-
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
143
-
1 x MR16
50W MR-16
50
1
57
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
11-AHU1
30
15
25575
Penthouse
new section
7:00
23:00
BAS
VAV (motors on VSD)
11-AHU2
15
7.5
11350
Penthouse
new section
7:00
23:00
BAS
VAV (motors on VSD)
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
11-AC1
Carrier
6.7
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 11 - ATHLETIC COMPLEX
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 56 of 282
11
Athletic Complex
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Ancillary - Waterloo
1973
?
50
8385
2
0
Athletic Facility
Addition in 2000
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
11-B1
PK Thermific
1500000
Natural Gas
1
7.5
11-B2
PK Thermific
1500000
Natural Gas
-
11-B3
PK Thermific
1500000
Natural Gas
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
11-AHU3
Engineered Air
20
93%
15000
1480000
Gymnasium
7:00
23:00
-
11-AHU4
Engineered Air
20
93%
15000
1480000
Gymnasium
7:00
23:00
-
11-AHU5
Engineered Air
20
93%
15000
1480000
Gymnasium
7:00
23:00
-
11-AHU6
National Champion Model # GTDM-175-C (1971)
15
18000
1562000
Pool
24/7
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 11 - ATHLETIC COMPLEX
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 57 of 282
11
Athletic Complex
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Ancillary - Waterloo
1973
?
50
8385
2
0
Athletic Facility
Addition in 2000
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
43
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
321
-
2 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
2
13
-
3 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
3
106
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 11 - ATHLETIC COMPLEX
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 58 of 282
11
Athletic Complex
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Ancillary - Waterloo
1973
?
50
8385
2
0
Athletic Facility
Addition in 2000
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
11-AHU7
Engineered Air
10
3
8300
850000
1
Locker room
7:00
23:00
-
11-AHU8
7:00
23:00
-
11-HVAC1
Carrier
115000
Weights/cardio area
7:00
23:00
-
11-HVAC2
Carrier
115000
Interior office
7:00
23:00
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 11 - ATHLETIC COMPLEX
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 59 of 282
11
Athletic Complex
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Ancillary - Waterloo
1973
?
50
8385
2
0
Athletic Facility
Addition in 2000
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
39
-
-
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 11 - ATHLETIC COMPLEX
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 60 of 282
11
Athletic Complex
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Ancillary - Waterloo
1973
?
50
8385
2
0
Athletic Facility
Addition in 2000
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
11-HVAC3
Carrier
115000
perimeter office
7:00
23:00
-
11-HVAC4
Carrier
115000
Dance Studio
7:00
23:00
-
11-HVAC5
Carrier
115000
Old section lower level
7:00
23:00
-
11-HVAC6
Carrier
200000
squash court
7:00
23:00
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 12 - ALUMNI HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 61 of 282
12
Alumni Hall
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1967
?
50
1867
3
1
Administration
Renovated in 1998, addition in summer of 2007
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
12-W1
double
metal
n
none
none
0.54
1
12-W2
double
metal
n
none
none
1.09
15
12-W3
double
metal
n
none
none
0.92
10
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
12-D1
Metal/glass
2.0448
2
12-D2
Metal/glass
1.8318
2
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
8
-
1 x MR16
50W MR-16
50
1
87
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
170
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 12 - ALUMNI HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 62 of 282
12
Alumni Hall
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1967
?
50
1867
3
1
Administration
Renovated in 1998, addition in summer of 2007
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
12-B1
55000
Natural Gas
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
12-HVAC1
144,000/180,000
1
new section
7:00
23:00
-
12-HVAC2
144,000/180,000
1
new section
7:00
23:00
-
12-HVAC3
144,000/180,000
1
new section
7:00
23:00
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 12 - ALUMNI HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 63 of 282
12
Alumni Hall
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1967
?
50
1867
3
1
Administration
Renovated in 1998, addition in summer of 2007
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
12-W4
double
metal
y
none
none
2.88
2
12-W5
double
plastic
y
none
none
0.74
1
12-W6
double
metal
y
none
none
1.71
10
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
39
-
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 12 - ALUMNI HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 64 of 282
12
Alumni Hall
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1967
?
50
1867
3
1
Administration
Renovated in 1998, addition in summer of 2007
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
12-HVAC4
old section
7:00
23:00
-
12-HVAC5
old section
7:00
23:00
-
12-HVAC6
old section
7:00
23:00
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 12 - ALUMNI HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 65 of 282
12
Alumni Hall
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1967
?
50
1867
3
1
Administration
Renovated in 1998, addition in summer of 2007
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
12-W7
double
metal
y
none
none
0.61
1
12-W8
double
metal
n
none
none
2.60
4
12-W9
double
metal
n
none
none
0.92
1
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 12 - ALUMNI HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 66 of 282
12
Alumni Hall
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1967
?
50
1867
3
1
Administration
Renovated in 1998, addition in summer of 2007
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
12-HVAC7
old section
7:00
23:00
-
12-HVAC8
old section
7:00
23:00
-
12-HVAC9
old section
7:00
23:00
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 12 - ALUMNI HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 67 of 282
12
Alumni Hall
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1967
?
50
1867
3
1
Administration
Renovated in 1998, addition in summer of 2007
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
12-W10
double
metal
n
none
blinds
2.02
1
12-W11
double
metal
n
none
none
0.59
1
12-W12
double
metal
n
none
none
0.96
1
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 12 - ALUMNI HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 68 of 282
12
Alumni Hall
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1967
?
50
1867
3
1
Administration
Renovated in 1998, addition in summer of 2007
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 12 - ALUMNI HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 69 of 282
12
Alumni Hall
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1967
?
50
1867
3
1
Administration
Renovated in 1998, addition in summer of 2007
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
12-W13
double
metal
n
none
none
2.48
2
12-W14
double
metal
n
none
none
0.15
3
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 12 - ALUMNI HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 70 of 282
12
Alumni Hall
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1967
?
50
1867
3
1
Administration
Renovated in 1998, addition in summer of 2007
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 13 - MACDONALD HOUSE RES
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 71 of 282
13
MacDonald House Res
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1962
168
50
3249
3
1
Residence
Addition to basement in 1989
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF13
13W Compact Fluorescent
13
1
10
-
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
9
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
158
-
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
16
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 13 - MACDONALD HOUSE RES
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 72 of 282
13
MacDonald House Res
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1962
168
50
3249
3
1
Residence
Addition to basement in 1989
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
13-B1
Cleaver Brooks (30 yrs old)
5230000
Natural Gas
10
37
13-B2
Cleaver Brooks (30 yrs old)
5230000
Natural Gas
-
13-DHW1
Raypack
627000
Natural Gas
-
13-DHW2
Raypack
627000
Natural Gas
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 14 - WILLISON HALL RES. (A B) WING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 73 of 282
14
Willison Hall Res. (A & B) wing
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1963
168
50
6132
3
1
Residence
Lounge additions on north ends of wings in 1978, addition to south end of A in 1999
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF13
13W Compact Fluorescent
13
1
42
-
1 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
1
214
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
14-AC1
Air cooled liquid chiller
30
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 14 - WILLISON HALL RES. (A B) WING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 74 of 282
14
Willison Hall Res. (A & B) wing
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1963
168
50
6132
3
1
Residence
Lounge additions on north ends of wings in 1978, addition to south end of A in 1999
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
14-B1
Cleaver Brooks (1965)
4185000
Natural Gas
-
14-B2
Cleaver Brooks (1962)
4185000
Natural Gas
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 14 - WILLISON HALL RES. (A B) WING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 75 of 282
14
Willison Hall Res. (A & B) wing
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1963
168
50
6132
3
1
Residence
Lounge additions on north ends of wings in 1978, addition to south end of A in 1999
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
576
-
1 x T12
40W 2' Linear Fluorescent Tube
40
1
169
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 14 - WILLISON HALL RES. (A B) WING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 76 of 282
14
Willison Hall Res. (A & B) wing
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1963
168
50
6132
3
1
Residence
Lounge additions on north ends of wings in 1978, addition to south end of A in 1999
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 14 - WILLISON HALL RES. (A B) WING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 77 of 282
14
Willison Hall Res. (A & B) wing
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1963
168
50
6132
3
1
Residence
Lounge additions on north ends of wings in 1978, addition to south end of A in 1999
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
63
-
2 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
2
66
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 14 - WILLISON HALL RES. (A B) WING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 78 of 282
14
Willison Hall Res. (A & B) wing
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1963
168
50
6132
3
1
Residence
Lounge additions on north ends of wings in 1978, addition to south end of A in 1999
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 15 - LITTLE HOUSE A WING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 79 of 282
15
Little House A Wing
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1966
168
50
2845
3
1
Residence
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
1
111
-
1 x IN25
25W Incandescant
25
1
220
-
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
108
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
57
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 15 - LITTLE HOUSE A WING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 80 of 282
15
Little House A Wing
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1966
168
50
2845
3
1
Residence
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
13-B1
Cleaver Brooks (30 yrs old)
5230000
Natural Gas
-
13-B2
Cleaver Brooks (30 yrs old)
5230000
Natural Gas
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 15 - LITTLE HOUSE A WING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
15
Little House A Wing
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1966
168
50
2845
3
1
Residence
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
2
30
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
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WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 15 - LITTLE HOUSE A WING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
15
Little House A Wing
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1966
168
50
2845
3
1
Residence
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
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WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 16 - LITTLE HOUSE B WING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 83 of 282
16
Little House B Wing
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1966
168
50
1717
3
1
Residence
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF13
13W Compact Fluorescent
13
1
6
-
1 x IN25
25W Incandescant
25
1
12
-
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
164
-
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
54
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 16 - LITTLE HOUSE B WING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 84 of 282
16
Little House B Wing
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1966
168
50
1717
3
1
Residence
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
13-B1
Cleaver Brooks (30 yrs old)
5230000
Natural Gas
-
13-B2
Cleaver Brooks (30 yrs old)
5230000
Natural Gas
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 16 - LITTLE HOUSE B WING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 85 of 282
16
Little House B Wing
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1966
168
50
1717
3
1
Residence
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
64
-
2 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
2
9
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 16 - LITTLE HOUSE B WING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 86 of 282
16
Little House B Wing
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1966
168
50
1717
3
1
Residence
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 17 - EULER RES.
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 87 of 282
17
Euler Res.
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1966
168
50
1231
2
1
Residence
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
1
52
-
1 x MR16
50W MR-16
50
1
34
-
2 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
2
43
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 17 - EULER RES.
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 88 of 282
17
Euler Res.
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1966
168
50
1231
2
1
Residence
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
13-B1
Cleaver Brooks (30 yrs old)
5230000
Natural Gas
-
13-B2
Cleaver Brooks (30 yrs old)
5230000
Natural Gas
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 18 - LEUPOLD RES.
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 89 of 282
18
Leupold Res.
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1966
168
50
1495
2
1
Residence
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF13
13W Compact Fluorescent
13
1
46
-
1 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
1
3
-
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
65
-
2 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
2
56
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 18 - LEUPOLD RES.
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 90 of 282
18
Leupold Res.
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1966
168
50
1495
2
1
Residence
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
13-B1
Cleaver Brooks (30 yrs old)
5230000
Natural Gas
-
13-B2
Cleaver Brooks (30 yrs old)
5230000
Natural Gas
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 19 - TOYOTA SOLARIUM
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 91 of 282
19
Toyota Solarium
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1989
80
50
252
1
0
Academic - Waterloo
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x MR16
50W MR-16
50
1
43
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
5
-
2 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
2
3
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 19 - TOYOTA SOLARIUM
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 92 of 282
19
Toyota Solarium
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1989
80
50
252
1
0
Academic - Waterloo
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 20 - CLARA CONRAD RES. A WING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 93 of 282
20
Clara Conrad Res. A Wing
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1961
168
50
1711
3
0
Residence
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
52
-
1 x IN150
150W Incandescant
150
1
7
-
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
2
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
131
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 20 - CLARA CONRAD RES. A WING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 94 of 282
20
Clara Conrad Res. A Wing
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1961
168
50
1711
3
0
Residence
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
20-B1
Boiler (1983)
Cleaver-Brooks
2,000,000
Natural Gas
7
15.5
20-B2
Boiler (1961)
4,185,000
Natural Gas
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
20-COMP
Compressor
1
1/4
hp
20-DHW-1
Domesitc Water Heater
LAARS MightyMax
2
625,000
BTU/hr
20-DHW-2
Domestic Water Heater
2
2250
W
20-DHWP
Domestic Water Circulating Pumps
4
~ 2 hp
total
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 21 - CLARA CONRAD RES. B WING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 95 of 282
21
Clara Conrad Res. B Wing
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1961
168
50
1369
3
0
Residence
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF13
13W Compact Fluorescent
13
1
6
-
1 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
1
57
-
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
81
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
126
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
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BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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21
Clara Conrad Res. B Wing
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1961
168
50
1369
3
0
Residence
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
20-B1
Boiler (1983)
Cleaver-Brooks
2,000,000
Natural Gas
7
15.5
20-B2
Boiler (1961)
4,185,000
Natural Gas
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 21 - CLARA CONRAD RES. B WING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
21
Clara Conrad Res. B Wing
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1961
168
50
1369
3
0
Residence
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
2
9
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
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BUILDING 21 - CLARA CONRAD RES. B WING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
21
Clara Conrad Res. B Wing
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1961
168
50
1369
3
0
Residence
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
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BUILDING 22 - CLARA CONRAD RES. C WING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 99 of 282
22
Clara Conrad Res. C Wing
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1963
168
50
1115
3
0
Residence
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
42
-
1 x IN150
150W Incandescant
150
1
6
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
99
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 22 - CLARA CONRAD RES. C WING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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22
Clara Conrad Res. C Wing
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1963
168
50
1115
3
0
Residence
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
20-B1
Boiler (1983)
Cleaver-Brooks
2,000,000
Natural Gas
7
15.5
20-B2
Boiler (1961)
4,185,000
Natural Gas
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 23 - CLARA CONRAD RES. D WING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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23
Clara Conrad Res. D Wing
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1966
168
50
2580
3
0
Residence
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
154
-
2 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
1
3
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
243
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
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BUILDING 23 - CLARA CONRAD RES. D WING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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23
Clara Conrad Res. D Wing
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1966
168
50
2580
3
0
Residence
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
20-B1
Boiler (1983)
Cleaver-Brooks
2,000,000
Natural Gas
7
15.5
20-B2
Boiler (1961)
4,185,000
Natural Gas
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 24 - FRANK C. PETERS BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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24
Frank C. Peters Building
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1980
80
50
7081
3
1
Academic
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
1
70
-
1 x F65
65W Flood
65
1
19
-
1 x F500
500W Flood
500
1
4
-
1 x IN120
120W Flood
120
1
18
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
24-AC-1
Condenser located on Roof
Computer Classrooms
-
24-AC-2
Condenser located on Roof of Arts A
Computer Classrooms
-
24-AHU-1
150
40
Peters Bldg. Penthouse
VSD / DDC
-
24-EF-1
Rooftop
Penthouse
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
5
-
-
-
-
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BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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24
Frank C. Peters Building
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1980
80
50
7081
3
1
Academic
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
4-B1
Firetube
8,375,000
Natural Gas
82-88
8
52
4-B2
Firetube
8,375,000
Natural Gas
82-88
-
4-B3
Firetube
8,369,000
Natural Gas
82-88
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
24-COMP
Compressor
2
5
hp
24-COND
Condenser (Lecture Room)
1
3
ton
24-DHW-1
Domestic Water Heater
1
3000
W
24-DHW-2
Domestic Water Heater
1
4500
W
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BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 105 of 282
24
Frank C. Peters Building
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1980
80
50
7081
3
1
Academic
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN150
150W Incandescant
150
1
10
-
1 x MR16
50W MR-16
50
1
44
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
112
-
2 x T8(U)
20W "U" Fluorescent Tube
20
2
31
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
24-EF-2
Rooftop
Electrical Room
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 24 - FRANK C. PETERS BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 106 of 282
24
Frank C. Peters Building
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1980
80
50
7081
3
1
Academic
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
24-EF
Local Exhaust Fan
Trane
1
1.5
hp
24-P1
Radiation Pump
1
7.5
hp
24-P2
Radiation Pump (Standby)
1
7.5
hp
24-P3
Preheat Coil Pump
1
3
hp
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BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 107 of 282
24
Frank C. Peters Building
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1980
80
50
7081
3
1
Academic
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
585
-
4 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
4
121
-
6 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
6
32
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 24 - FRANK C. PETERS BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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24
Frank C. Peters Building
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1980
80
50
7081
3
1
Academic
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
24-POP
Pop Machine
3
-
24-TH
Tim Horton's
1
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 25 - ST. MICHAEL'S CAMPUS
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 109 of 282
25
St. Michael's Campus
64 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1960
80
50
2061
1
0
Academic
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
84
-
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
131
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 25 - ST. MICHAEL'S CAMPUS
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 110 of 282
25
St. Michael's Campus
64 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1960
80
50
2061
1
0
Academic
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
25-B1
Boiler
Cleaver-Brooks
Firetube
1,680,000
Natural Gas
3
-
25-F1
Furnace (serve room 127)
Luxaire
120,000
Natural Gas
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
25-HVAC-1
Carrier DX Cool
Electric heat
10 ton
Computer Class, two other classrooms, and seminar rooms
DDC
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
25-C
Child Care Facility in basement c/w Washer/Dryer/Fridge/Stove/Freezer/Dishwasher
1
-
25-DHW
Domestic Water Heater
Knight Inudstries (1964)
1
2250
W
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 25 - ST. MICHAEL'S CAMPUS
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
25
St. Michael's Campus
64 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1960
80
50
2061
1
0
Academic
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
Page 111 of 282
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 25 - ST. MICHAEL'S CAMPUS
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
25
St. Michael's Campus
64 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1960
80
50
2061
1
0
Academic
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
25-F2
Furnace (serve room 127)
Luxaire
120,000
Natural Gas
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
25-DHWP
Domestic Hot Water Pump
1
5
hp
Page 112 of 282
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 26 - NORTHDALE CAMPUS
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 113 of 282
26
Northdale Campus
66 Hickory Street
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1960
80
50
2287
1
1
Academic
185 SM addition added to SW corner in 2000
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
15
-
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
2
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
72
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 26 - NORTHDALE CAMPUS
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 114 of 282
26
Northdale Campus
66 Hickory Street
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1960
80
50
2287
1
1
Academic
185 SM addition added to SW corner in 2000
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
26-B1
Boiler (1959)
Low-Pressure Steam
2,100,000
Natural Gas
-
26-H1
Heater
EngA
125,000
Natural Gas
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
26-HVAC-1
Engineered Air DJ-40
2
84%
3500
350,000
1
Gym
8:00
5:00
Timer/ DDC
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
26-DHW-1
Domestic Water Heater
1
3000
W
26-DHW-2
Domestic Water Heater
1
40,000
BTU/hr
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 26 - NORTHDALE CAMPUS
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 115 of 282
26
Northdale Campus
66 Hickory Street
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1960
80
50
2287
1
1
Academic
185 SM addition added to SW corner in 2000
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
2
3
-
3 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
3
156
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 26 - NORTHDALE CAMPUS
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 116 of 282
26
Northdale Campus
66 Hickory Street
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1960
80
50
2287
1
1
Academic
185 SM addition added to SW corner in 2000
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 32 - SCHLEGEL CENTRE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 117 of 282
32
Schlegel Centre
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
2002
80
50
3681
3
1
Academic/Administration
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF13
13W Compact Fluorescent
13
1
395
-
1 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
1
50
-
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
6
-
1 x MR16
50W MR-16
50
1
121
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
10
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
32-AC-1
Elevator Machine Room
-
32-EF-1
Rooftop
Washrooms
-
32-EF-2
Rooftop
Custodial Rooms
-
32-EF-3
Rooftop
Atrium
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 32 - SCHLEGEL CENTRE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 118 of 282
32
Schlegel Centre
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
2002
80
50
3681
3
1
Academic/Administration
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
32-B1
Boiler
1,000,000
Natural Gas
4
7.5
32-B2
Boiler
1,000,000
Natural Gas
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
32-HVAC-1
16,500
800,000
First Floor
-
32-HVAC-2
27,800
1,000,000
Second & Third Floor
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
32-DHW
Domestic Water Heater
1
76,000
BTU/hr
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 32 - SCHLEGEL CENTRE
Page 119 of 282
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
32
Schlegel Centre
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
2002
80
50
3681
3
1
Academic/Administration
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
239
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 32 - SCHLEGEL CENTRE
Page 120 of 282
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
32
Schlegel Centre
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
2002
80
50
3681
3
1
Academic/Administration
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 36 - BOUCKAERT HALL RESIDENCE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 121 of 282
36
Bouckaert Hall Residence
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1987
168
50
3058
5
1
Residence
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF13
13W Compact Fluorescent
13
1
15
-
1 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
2
10
-
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
76
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
38
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
36-AHU-1
1.5
1.5
Basement
Basement
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 36 - BOUCKAERT HALL RESIDENCE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 122 of 282
36
Bouckaert Hall Residence
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1987
168
50
3058
5
1
Residence
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
36-BBH
Baseboard Heater
74
1000
W
36-DH
Duct Heater
10
kW
36-DHW
Domestic Water Heater
1
1,225,500
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
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BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
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City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
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Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
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Bouckaert Hall Residence
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1987
168
50
3058
5
1
Residence
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
2
39
-
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
8
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 36 - BOUCKAERT HALL RESIDENCE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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36
Bouckaert Hall Residence
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1987
168
50
3058
5
1
Residence
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
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BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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37
Aird Building
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1988
80
50
7501
5
0
Academic/Administration
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
37-W1
Double
Metal
N
None
None
2.06
-
37-W2
Double
Metal
N
None
None (Reflective)
0.09
-
37-W3
Double
Metal
N
None
None
1.27
-
37-W4
Double
Metal
N
None
None (Reflective)
1.49
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
1
389
-
1 x IN25
25W Incandescant
25
1
8
-
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
225
-
1 x MH250
250W Metal Halide
250
1
6
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
37-AHU-1
Penthouse
Offices & Hallways
-
37-AHU-2
Penthouse
Recital Hall
-
37-AHU-3
15
Penthouse
Dining Hall
7:00
23:00
-
37-AHU-4RF1
ABB Drive
15
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
37-CH
Trane (runs @ ~70%)
200 ton
5.5
7:00
23:00
-
37-CT
CLMCO (1987)
LST-10-121
-
Single-Cell
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 37 - AIRD BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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37
Aird Building
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1988
80
50
7501
5
0
Academic/Administration
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
13-B1
Cleaver Brooks (30 yrs old)
5230000
Natural Gas
-
13-B2
Cleaver Brooks (30 yrs old)
5230000
Natural Gas
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
37-CHWP-1
Chilled Water Circulating Pump (88% eff)
1
10
hp
37-CTF
Cooling Tower Fan
1
10
hp
37-CWP
Condenser Water Pump
1
10
hp
37-H-1
Electric Self-Generating Humidifer
2
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 37 - AIRD BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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37
Aird Building
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1988
80
50
7501
5
0
Academic/Administration
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
37-W5
Double
Metal
N
None
None
1.24
-
37-W6
Double
Metal
N
Overhead
None
0.55
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x MR16
50W MR-16
50
1
18
-
1 x T5
25W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
25
2
66
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
37-AHU-4RF2
ABB Drive
15
-
37-AHU-4SF
60
Whole Building (Except Recital Hall)
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
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BUILDING 37 - AIRD BUILDING
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City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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37
Aird Building
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1988
80
50
7501
5
0
Academic/Administration
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
37-H-2
Humidifers (receive compressed air from DAWB)
2
-
37-HWP-1
Reheat System Pump (24/7)
1
5
hp
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 37 - AIRD BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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37
Aird Building
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1988
80
50
7501
5
0
Academic/Administration
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
37-W7
Double
Wood
N
Overhead
None (Reflective)
0.74
-
37-W8
Double
Wood
N
Overhead
None (Reflective)
1.49
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
117
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
157
-
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
70
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
37-EF-7
Greenheck GB36-20
Rooftop
Mechanical Room
-
37-EF-8
Greenheck GB36-20
Rooftop
Electrical Room
-
37-EF-9
Greenheck GB30-7
Rooftop
Elevator Machine Room
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 37 - AIRD BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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37
Aird Building
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1988
80
50
7501
5
0
Academic/Administration
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
37-HWP-2
Perimeter Radiation Pump (Shut down during summer)
1
5
hp
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 37 - AIRD BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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37
Aird Building
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1988
80
50
7501
5
0
Academic/Administration
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
37-EF-11
Greenheck GB9-4
Rooftop
Washrooms
-
37-SF
DX Cooling (Electric Reheat)
1.5
2,200
Art Gallery
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
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BUILDING 37 - AIRD BUILDING
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Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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37
Aird Building
75 University Ave West
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1988
80
50
7501
5
0
Academic/Administration
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 38 - 232 KING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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38
232 King
232 King St. N
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1971
80
50
2302
2
1
Academic/Administration
Renovated in 1999
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
9
-
1 x IN150
150W Incandescant
150
1
3
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
68
-
3 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
3
1
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
Wall Mounted HID
-
Wall Mounted HPS
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 38 - 232 KING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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38
232 King
232 King St. N
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1971
80
50
2302
2
1
Academic/Administration
Renovated in 1999
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
38-B1
Boiler
Raytherm
E824 T-N
Atmoshperhic Hot Water Boiler
825,000
Natural Gas
58
NOT MONITORED
2
-
38-B2
Boiler
Raytherm
E824 T-N
Atmoshperhic Hot Water Boiler
825,000
Natural Gas
58
NOT MONITORED
2
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
38-AC-1
Carrier
81% Thermal Efficiency
24 kW
-
38-HVAC-1
Carrier
80% Thermal Efficiency
115,000
-
38-HVAC-2
Carrier
115,000
-
38-HVAC-3
Carrier
82% Thermal Efficiency
180,000
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
38-DHW
Electric Hot Water Heater
1
3380
W
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 38 - 232 KING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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38
232 King
232 King St. N
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1971
80
50
2302
2
1
Academic/Administration
Renovated in 1999
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
207
-
4 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
4
4
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 38 - 232 KING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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38
232 King
232 King St. N
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1971
80
50
2302
2
1
Academic/Administration
Renovated in 1999
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
38-HVAC-4
Carrier
82% Thermal Efficiency
180,000
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 39 - 202 REGINA ST.
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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39
202 Regina St.
202 Regina St.
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1991
80
50
7337
2
0
Academic
Was originally a factory, bought by WLU and renovated in 1991, second level added in 1998
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
39-W1
E
Double
Metal
Y
None
Shades/Blinds
1.62
1
39-W2
E
Double
Metal
Y
None
Shades/Blinds
3.33
1
39-W3
S
Single
Metal
N
None
None
0.68
1
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
39-D1
Glass
2.55
1
39-D2
Hollow Metal
1.83
1
39-D3
Glass
1.95
4
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN150
150W Incandescant
150
1
10
08:30 - 16:30
-
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
10
08:30 - 16:30
-
2 x CF13
13W Compact Fluorescent
13
2
8
08:30 - 16:30
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x SV150
150W Sodium Vapour
150
1
14
Photocell
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
39-EF-1
Greenheck CUBE-100-LMDG-QD
Roof
Washroom
Switches
-
39-EF-2
Greenheck CUBE-100-LMDG-QD
Roof
Electrical Room
Switches
-
39-EF-3
Roof
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 39 - 202 REGINA ST.
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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39
202 Regina St.
202 Regina St.
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1991
80
50
7337
2
0
Academic
Was originally a factory, bought by WLU and renovated in 1991, second level added in 1998
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
39-AC-6
Electric
75 ton
West Side of Building
24/7
24/7
-
39-AC-7
Trane SAHFF7550C10
Electric
75 ton
East Side of Building
24/7
24/7
-
39-HVAC-1
Natural Gas
220,000
Two Archaeology Rooms on 1st Floor
6:00
23:00
Time Clock
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
39-DHW
Electric Hot Water Heater
1
4500
W
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 39 - 202 REGINA ST.
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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39
202 Regina St.
202 Regina St.
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1991
80
50
7337
2
0
Academic
Was originally a factory, bought by WLU and renovated in 1991, second level added in 1998
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
39-W4
E
Double
Metal
Y
None
Shades/Blinds
3.33
4
39-W4
N
Double
Metal
Y
None
Shades/Blinds
3.33
11
39-W4
S
Double
Metal
Y
None
Shades/Blinds
3.33
10
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
39-D4
Hollow Metal
1.95
2
39-D5
Wood (Bay Door)
5.88
2
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
243
08:30 - 16:30
-
3 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
3
56
08:30 - 16:30
-
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
586
08:30 - 16:30
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
39-EF-4
Roof
-
39-EF-5
Roof
-
39-EF-6
Roof
Print Shop
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 39 - 202 REGINA ST.
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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39
202 Regina St.
202 Regina St.
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1991
80
50
7337
2
0
Academic
Was originally a factory, bought by WLU and renovated in 1991, second level added in 1998
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
39-HVAC-2
Natural Gas
74,000
Entrance staircase
6:00
23:00
Time Clock
39-HVAC-3
Natural Gas
115,000
1st Floor Lab
6:00
23:00
Time Clock
39-HVAC-4
Natural Gas
120,000
East Print Shop
24/7
24/7
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 39 - 202 REGINA ST.
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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39
202 Regina St.
202 Regina St.
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1991
80
50
7337
2
0
Academic
Was originally a factory, bought by WLU and renovated in 1991, second level added in 1998
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
39-W5
E
Double
Metal
Y
None
Shades/Blinds
8.85
4
39-W5
N
Double
Metal
Y
None
Shades/Blinds
8.85
11
39-W5
S
Double
Metal
Y
None
Shades/Blinds
8.85
11
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
39-EF-7
Roof
Print Shop
-
39-EF-8
Greenheck CUBE-100-LMDG-QD
Roof
Washroom
Switches
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 39 - 202 REGINA ST.
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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39
202 Regina St.
202 Regina St.
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1991
80
50
7337
2
0
Academic
Was originally a factory, bought by WLU and renovated in 1991, second level added in 1998
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
39-HVAC-5
Natural Gas
180,000
West Print Shop
24/7
24/7
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 39 - 202 REGINA ST.
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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39
202 Regina St.
202 Regina St.
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1991
80
50
7337
2
0
Academic
Was originally a factory, bought by WLU and renovated in 1991, second level added in 1998
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
39-W5
W
Double
Metal
Y
None
Shades/Blinds
8.85
5
39-W6
W
Double
Metal
Y
None
Shades
1.39
9
39-W7
W
Double
Metal
Y
Reflective
None
0.90
2
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 39 - 202 REGINA ST.
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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39
202 Regina St.
202 Regina St.
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1991
80
50
7337
2
0
Academic
Was originally a factory, bought by WLU and renovated in 1991, second level added in 1998
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 39 - 202 REGINA ST.
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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39
202 Regina St.
202 Regina St.
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1991
80
50
7337
2
0
Academic
Was originally a factory, bought by WLU and renovated in 1991, second level added in 1998
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
39-W8
E
Double
Metal
Y
None
None
1.12
1
39-W9
E
Double
Metal
Y
None
None
1.81
1
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 39 - 202 REGINA ST.
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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39
202 Regina St.
202 Regina St.
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1991
80
50
7337
2
0
Academic
Was originally a factory, bought by WLU and renovated in 1991, second level added in 1998
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 40 - 209 REGINA ST.
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BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
-
-
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
114
-
2 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
2
3
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
40-EF-1 to EF-12
Washrooms
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
40
209 Regina St.
209 Regina St.
Waterloo
Residence - Waterloo
1960
168
50
856
3
0
Residence
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 40 - 209 REGINA ST.
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BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
-
-
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
40-B1
Boiler
Caravan Slant Fin
GG225HCVND
Atmospheric Hot Water Boiler
225,000
Natural Gas
2
-
40-B2
Boiler
Caravan Slant Fin
GG225HCVND
Atmospheric Hot Water Boiler
225,000
Natural Gas
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
40-DHW
Hot Water Heater
1
120,000
BTU/hr
-
40
209 Regina St.
209 Regina St.
Waterloo
Residence - Waterloo
1960
168
50
856
3
0
Residence
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Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
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ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x 150MH
150W Metal Halide
150
1
32
23:00 - 07:00 (1/3 on 24/7)
-
1 x 400MH
400W Metal Halide
400
1
6
07:00 - 23:00
-
1 x 400SV
400W Sodium Vapour
400
1
4
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
41-EF-2
Twin City Fan & Blower 135 BCV
Roof
Physics
-
41-EF-3
Twin City Fan & Blower 200 BCV
Roof
Biology
-
41-EF-4
Twin City Fan & Blower 200 BCV
Roof
Biology
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
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BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
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Year of Construction
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1994
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BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
41-B1
Boiler - Animal Cage/Rack Washer (24/7)
Fulton ICX 20
High-Pressure Steam Boiler
840,000
Natural Gas
-
41-B2
Glycol Loop Boilers
P-K Thermific Boiler
Non-Condensing Atmospheric Boilers
2,000,000
Natural Gas
2
10
41-B3
Glycol Loop Boilers
P-K Thermific Boiler
Non-Condensing Atmospheric Boilers
2,000,000
Natural Gas
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
41-AHU-1
Trane
First Floor
24/7
24/7
-
41-AHU-2
Trane
2nd Floor North
24/7
24/7
-
41-AHU-3
Trane
3rd Floor North
24/7
24/7
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
41-AC-1
AC Split System - Plant Growth Room
1
-
41-AC-2
AC Split System - Machine Workshop
1
-
41-AC-3
AC Split System - Office
1
-
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BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
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Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
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ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN150
150W Incandescant
150
1
21
-
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
8
-
2 x CF13
13W Compact Fluorescent
13
2
18
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
41-EF-5
Twin City Fan & Blower 165 BCV
Roof
Sanitary
-
41-EF-6
Twin City Fan & Blower 135 BCV
Roof
Electrical Room
-
41-EF-8
Twin City Fan & Blower 215 BCV
Roof
Hood Exhaust - Chemistry
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
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BUILDING 41 - SCIENCE BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
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1994
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BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
41-B4
Heating Hot Water Boilers
P-K Boiler
Non-Condensing Atmospheric Boilers
1,500,000
Natural Gas
2
-
41-B5
Heating Hot Water Boilers
P-K Boiler
Non-Condensing Atmospheric Boilers
1,500,000
Natural Gas
-
41-B6
Boiler - Auto Clay Machine
30 kW
Electrical
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
41-AHU-4
Trane
Atrium
24/7
24/7
-
41-AHU-5
Trane
Lecture Theatres
24/7
24/7
-
41-AHU-6
Trane
3rd Floor West
VSD
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
41-AC-4
AC Split System - Server Room on 2nd Floor
1
-
41-COMP-1
Compressor for fish tanks
1
10
hp
41-COMP-2
Compressor
Pacific
1
5
hp
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City
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ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x CF18
18W Compact Fluorescent
18
2
136
-
2 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
2
142
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
1436
-
2 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
2
5
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
41-EF-9
Twin City Fan & Blower 270 BCV
Roof
Hood Exhaust - Chemistry
-
41-EF-11
Twin City Fan & Blower 245 BCV
Roof
Fumehood Exhaust
-
41-EF-12
Twin City Fan & Blower 150 BCV
Roof
Sanitary
-
41-EF-13
Twin City Fan & Blower 135 BCV
Roof
Electrical Room Exhaust
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 41 - SCIENCE BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
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1994
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BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
41-AHU-7
Trane
2nd Floor West
VSD
41-AHU-8
Trane
Animal Care
24/7
24/7
-
41-AHU-9
Trane
2nd Floor South
24/7
24/7
-
41-AHU-10
Trane
3rd Floor Sourth
24/7
24/7
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
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BUILDING 41 - SCIENCE BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
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Academic - Waterloo
1994
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50
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0
Research
-
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
4 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
4
11
-
-
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
41-EF-14
Twin City Fan & Blower 245 BCV
Roof
Animal Care
-
41-EF-15
Twin City Fan & Blower 90 FCJ
Roof
Chemical Storage Room
-
41-EF-22
Twin City Fan & Blower 135 BCV
Roof
Histology
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
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BUILDING
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Building Name
Address
City
Campus
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Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
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Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
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1994
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BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
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BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
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75 University Ave W
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
2003
80
50
3996
4
0
Academic & Research
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ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x 400MH
400W Metal Halide
400
1
8
-
1 x IN75
75W Incandescant
75
1
14
-
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
148
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
42-EF-8
Greenheck SFB-9-3-CCW-BH
Roof
24/7
-
42-EF 9
Greenheck SFB-9-3-CCW-BH-X
Roof
24/7
-
42-EF-10
Greenheck SFB-9-3-CCW-BH
Roof
24/7
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
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BUILDING 42 - SCIENCE RESEARCH BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
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Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
2003
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50
3996
4
0
Academic & Research
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BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
42-B1
Boiler
P-K Thermific Boiler
N-1500-2
Non-Condensing Atmospheric Boilers
1,500,000
Natural Gas
3
15
42-B2
Boiler
P-K Thermific Boiler
N-1500-2
Non-Condensing Atmospheric Boilers
1,500,000
Natural Gas
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
42-HVAC-1 (RF1)
25
10
93.6%
91.7%
15,000
Natural Gas
790,000 / 1,000,000
EF: Fume Hoods
24/7
24/7
Must run 24/7 to allow labs
42-HVAC-1 (RF2)
10
91.7%
7,500
EF: Fume Hoods
24/7
24/7
Must run 24/7 to allow labs
42-HVAC-2
40
20
94.5%
93.0%
24,000
Natural Gas
790,000 / 1,000,000
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
42-AC
AC Split System - Plant Growth Room
EconAir Model AC-60
1
-
42-COND
Server Room (SR-402) Condensing Unit (24/7)
Cosaire by Dectron CLD035-8
1
-
42-DHW-1
Domestic Water Heater
1
78,000
BTU/hr
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BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
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Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
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Academic - Waterloo
2003
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0
Academic & Research
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ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
2
39
-
2 x CF50
50W Compact Fluorescent
50
2
6
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
103
-
3 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
3
397
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
42-EF-11
Greenheck SFB-9-3-CCW-BH
Roof
24/7
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 42 - SCIENCE RESEARCH BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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42
Science Research Building
75 University Ave W
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
2003
80
50
3996
4
0
Academic & Research
-
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
42-HVAC-3 (RF1)
25
10
93.6%
91.7%
15,000
Natural Gas
790,000 / 1,000,000
EF: Fume Hoods
24/7
24/7
VSD - Must run 24/7 to allow labs
42-HVAC-3 (RF2)
10
91.7%
7,500
EF: Fume Hoods
24/7
24/7
VSD - Must run 24/7 to allow labs
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 43 - BRICKER ACADEMIC BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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43
Bricker Academic Building
75 University Ave W
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
2003
80
50
7889
5
0
Academic/Administration
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
43-W1
Double
Metal
N
None
None
1.03
244
43-W2
Double
Metal
N
None
None
0.58
192
43-W3
Double
Metal
N
None
None
0.38
96
43-W4
Double
Metal
N
None
None
0.27
192
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
43-D1
-
43-D2
-
43-D3
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF32
32W Compact Fluorescent
32
1
196
-
1 x IN
150W Incandescent Flood Lamp
150
1
10
-
1 x MH
150W Metal Halide
150
1
4
-
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
186
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
43-HVAC1
-
43-HVAC2
-
43-HVAC3
-
43-HVAC4
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 43 - BRICKER ACADEMIC BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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43
Bricker Academic Building
75 University Ave W
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
2003
80
50
7889
5
0
Academic/Administration
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
43-B1
Boiler
1500000
Natural Gas
2
10
43-B2
Boiler
1500000
Natural Gas
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
43-HVAC1
EngAir
75
40
95.4%
94.5%
40000
1,400,000
DDC Control System
43-HVAC2
EngAir
25
10
93.6%
91.7%
16000
1,000,000
DDC Control System
43-HVAC3
EngAir
40
20
94.4%
93.0%
24000
1,000,000
DDC Control System
43-HVAC4
EngAir
75
40
95.4%
94.5%
32000
1,400,000
DDC Control System
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
43-DHW
Domestic Water Heater
2
78000
BTU/hr
43-DHW-P1
Booster Pump
1
5
hp
43-DHW-P2
Standby
1
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 43 - BRICKER ACADEMIC BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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43
Bricker Academic Building
75 University Ave W
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
2003
80
50
7889
5
0
Academic/Administration
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
43-W5
Double
Metal
N
None
None
0.60
18
43-W6
Double
Metal
N
None
None
2.17
82
43-W7
Double
Metal
N
None
None
0.60
18
43-W8
Double
Metal
N
None
None
1.20
14
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
2
106
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
132
-
3 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
3
561
-
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
13
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 43 - BRICKER ACADEMIC BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 164 of 282
43
Bricker Academic Building
75 University Ave W
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
2003
80
50
7889
5
0
Academic/Administration
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 43 - BRICKER ACADEMIC BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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43
Bricker Academic Building
75 University Ave W
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
2003
80
50
7889
5
0
Academic/Administration
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
43-W9
Double
Metal
N
None
None
0.38
52
43-W10
Double
Metal
N
None
None
0.79
52
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 43 - BRICKER ACADEMIC BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 166 of 282
43
Bricker Academic Building
75 University Ave W
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
2003
80
50
7889
5
0
Academic/Administration
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 47 - BRICKER RESIDENCE
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BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
47
Bricker Residence
44 Bricker Street
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1991
168
50
10918
10
0
Residence
N/A
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 47 - BRICKER RESIDENCE
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BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
47
Bricker Residence
44 Bricker Street
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1991
168
50
10918
10
0
Residence
N/A
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 48 - LUCINDA HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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48
Lucinda House
157 Albert Street
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1890
439
2
1
Residence
Renovated in 1998
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
1
2
-
1 x IN25
25W Incandescant
32
1
18
-
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
34
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 48 - LUCINDA HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 170 of 282
48
Lucinda House
157 Albert Street
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1890
439
2
1
Residence
Renovated in 1998
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
48-F1
Furnace
Residential
110000
Natural Gas
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
48-DHW
Domestic Hot Water Heater
1
33000
BTU/hr
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 49 - SEAGRAM HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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49
Seagram House
79 Seagram Drive
Waterloo
Ancillary - Waterloo
1940
80
50
172
2
1
Athletic Facility
-
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
7
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
5
-
2 x T12
100W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
100
2
2
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 49 - SEAGRAM HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 172 of 282
49
Seagram House
79 Seagram Drive
Waterloo
Ancillary - Waterloo
1940
80
50
172
2
1
Athletic Facility
-
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
49-F1
Furnace
Residential - EnergyStar
60,000
Natural Gas
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
49-DHW
Domestic Hot Water Heater
1
33000
BTU/hr
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 50 - 205 REGINA
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BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
50
205 Regina
205 Regina Street
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1960
168
50
260
2
1
Residence
Renovated in 1994
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
16
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 50 - 205 REGINA
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BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
50
205 Regina
205 Regina Street
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1960
168
50
260
2
1
Residence
Renovated in 1994
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
50-F1
Furnace
Residential
100,000
Natural Gas
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
50-DHW
Domestic Hot Water Heater
1
44,000
BTU/hr
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 51 - 195 REGINA
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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51
195 Regina
195 Regina Street
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1960
168
50
254
2
1
Residence
Renovated in 1994
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
9
-
1 x T12
46W 2' Linear Fluorescent Tube
46
1
1
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 51 - 195 REGINA
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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51
195 Regina
195 Regina Street
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1960
168
50
254
2
1
Residence
Renovated in 1994
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
51-F1
Furnace
Residential - "Low E"
88,000
Natural Gas
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
51-DHW
Domestic Hot Water Heater
1
42,000
BTU/hr
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 53 - UNIVERSITY STADIUM
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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53
University Stadium
81 Seagram Drive
Waterloo
Ancillary - Waterloo
1958
1822
1
0
Athletic Stadium
Major renovation 2007
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
260
-
2 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
2
4
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1x Field
1500W Field Lights
1500
1
85
-
1x MH
1500W Metal Halide
1500
1
18
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
53-AHU-1
ASK DAN
7:00
23:00
BAS
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
53-CH-1
McQuay
E967147020
Glycol
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 53 - UNIVERSITY STADIUM
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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53
University Stadium
81 Seagram Drive
Waterloo
Ancillary - Waterloo
1958
1822
1
0
Athletic Stadium
Major renovation 2007
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
53-B1
Boiler
Raypack Low NOx
Glycol - equipped with plate heat XGR
2,000,000
Natural Gas
3
4.5
53-B2
Boiler
Raypack Low NOx
2,000,000
Natural Gas
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
53-CU-1
Condensing Unit
2
3
tonnes
53-DHW-1
Domestic Hot Water Heater
A.O. Smith
2
250,000
BTU/hr
53-DHW-2
Domestic Hot Water Heater
A.O. Smith
1
240,000
BTU/hr
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 54 - 81 LODGE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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54
81 Lodge
81 Lodge Street
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1967
80
52
1038
1
0
Maintenance
-
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN60
60W Incandescent
60
1
1
-
2 x T12
40W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
40
2
18
-
2 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
2
148
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
54-AHU-1
????
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 54 - 81 LODGE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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54
81 Lodge
81 Lodge Street
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1967
80
52
1038
1
0
Maintenance
-
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
54-AC-1
Electric Thermostats
54-AC-2
Electric Thermostats
54-HVAC-1
3
250,000
Electric Thermostats
54-HVAC-2
130,000
Electric Thermostats
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 58 - KING STREET RESIDENCE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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58
King Street Residence
202 King Street N
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
2003
168
50
328
11038
9
0
Residence
-
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN50
50W Incandescant
50
1
7
-
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
3
-
1 x IN75
75W Incandescant
75
1
27
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
58-EF-1 to EF-31
4th, 7th & 8th Floor Roofs
Hallways & Common Areas
-
58-EF-32 & EF-33
N & S Elevator Machine Rooms
-
58-EF-34 & EF-35
Mechanical Rooms on 7th floor
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 58 - KING STREET RESIDENCE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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58
King Street Residence
202 King Street N
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
2003
168
50
328
11038
9
0
Residence
-
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
58-HVAC-1
350,000
Hallways
-
58-HVAC-2
250,000
Hallways
-
58-HVAC-3
250,000
Kitchen
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
58-AC-1
Split AC Unit - North Elevator Machine Room
1
-
58-AC-2
Split AC Unit - South Elevator Machine Room
1
-
58-AC-3
Split AC Unit - Server Room
1
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 58 - KING STREET RESIDENCE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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58
King Street Residence
202 King Street N
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
2003
168
50
328
11038
9
0
Residence
-
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x MR16
50W MR16
50
1
24
-
2 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
2
785
-
2 x T8
17W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
17
2
327
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
562
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
58-EF-36
Kitchen
-
58-EF-37 & EF-38
Electrical Rooms in parking area
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 58 - KING STREET RESIDENCE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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58
King Street Residence
202 King Street N
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
2003
168
50
328
11038
9
0
Residence
-
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
58-HVAC-4
Trane YSC036AWEHA0Z02
120,000
Hallways
-
58-HVAC-5
Trane YSC036AWEHA0Z02
120,000
Hallways
-
58-HVAC-6
Trane YSC036AWEHA0Z02
120,000
Hallways
-
58-MUA-1
8750
1,000,000
Hallways
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
58-CHWP-1
Cooilng Water Pump
Viessmann RS-14
2
7.5
hp
58-CU-1
Condensing Unit - Trane R-Series
Viessmann RS-14
1
-
58-DHW-1
Domestic Hot Water Heater
Viessmann RS-14
3
1,050,000
BTU/hr
58-DHW-2
Domestic Hot Water Heater
1
420,000
BTU/hr
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 58 - KING STREET RESIDENCE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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58
King Street Residence
202 King Street N
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
2003
168
50
328
11038
9
0
Residence
-
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
3 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
3
24
-
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
8
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 58 - KING STREET RESIDENCE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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58
King Street Residence
202 King Street N
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
2003
168
50
328
11038
9
0
Residence
-
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
58-MUA-2
8750
1,000,000
Hallways
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
58-DHW-P1
Domestic Hot Water Pump
1
0.75
hp
58-DW-P1
Domestic Water Booster Pump
3
3
hp
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 60 - CAREER CO-OP BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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60
Career & Co-op Building
192 King Street N
Waterloo
Ancillary - Waterloo
2007
80
50
2369
2
1
Administration
-
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent Wall Scone
26
1
22
in limited rooms on
1 x IN50
50W Incandescent
50
1
14
Motion Sensors
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
20
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
60-EF-1
Washrooms
-
60-EF-2 - EF-5
Server Rms, Sprinkler Rm, and Elevator Machine Rm
-
60-EF-6
Mechanical Room
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 60 - CAREER CO-OP BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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60
Career & Co-op Building
192 King Street N
Waterloo
Ancillary - Waterloo
2007
80
50
2369
2
1
Administration
-
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
60-B1
Boiler
P-K MACH C-450
Condensing
450,000
Natural Gas
2
3 + 1/3 hp
60-B2
Boiler
P-K MACH C-450
Condensing
450,000
Natural Gas
2
3 + 1/3 hp
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
60-HVAC-1
EngAir FWA224/DJ60/0
15
5
8800
VAV with terminal re-heat
450,000
-
60-HVAC-2
EngAir FWA224/DJ60/0
15
5
8800
VAV with terminal re-heat
450,000
-
60-HVAC-3
EngAir FWA224/DJ60/0
15
5
8800
VAV with terminal re-heat
450,000
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
60-AC-1
Split AC Unit - Main Floor Electrical Room
1
-
60-DHW-1
Domestic Hot Water Heater
Superflue 6G6ONVH-04
1
38,000
BTU/hr
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 60 - CAREER CO-OP BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 189 of 282
60
Career & Co-op Building
192 King Street N
Waterloo
Ancillary - Waterloo
2007
80
50
2369
2
1
Administration
-
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent Pot Light
26
2
168
Main and 2nd level
2 x CF50
50W Compact Fluorescent Pot Light
50
1
2
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
9
-
3 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
3
179
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 60 - CAREER CO-OP BUILDING
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 190 of 282
60
Career & Co-op Building
192 King Street N
Waterloo
Ancillary - Waterloo
2007
80
50
2369
2
1
Administration
-
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 62 - 65 LODGE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 191 of 282
62
65 Lodge
65 Lodge Street
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1975
80
50
388
1
0
Academic
Building not in use, to be completely renovated for use as biology building
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent Pot Light
26
1
3
-
1 x IN60
60W Incandescent
60
1
17
-
1 x IN150
150W Incandescent
150
1
6
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 62 - 65 LODGE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 192 of 282
62
65 Lodge
65 Lodge Street
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1975
80
50
388
1
0
Academic
Building not in use, to be completely renovated for use as biology building
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
62-HVAC-1
130,000
Electric Thermostats
62-HVAC-2
130,000
Electric Thermostats
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
62-DHW
Domestic Hot Water Heater - Electric
1
4500
W
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 62 - 65 LODGE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 193 of 282
62
65 Lodge
65 Lodge Street
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1975
80
50
388
1
0
Academic
Building not in use, to be completely renovated for use as biology building
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T12
40W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
40
2
14
-
2 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
2
6
-
4 x T12
40W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
40
4
7
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 62 - 65 LODGE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 194 of 282
62
65 Lodge
65 Lodge Street
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1975
80
50
388
1
0
Academic
Building not in use, to be completely renovated for use as biology building
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 63 - 165 ALBERT
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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63
165 Albert
165 Albert Street
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1900
80
50
498
3
0
Academic
Renovated 1985
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
63-SKY
Double Pane
N
-
63-W
Single Pane
Y
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF13
13W Compact Fluorescent
13
1
12
-
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
7
-
1 x MR16
50W MR-16
50
1
7
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
12
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1xHPS
70W High Pressure Sodium
70
1
1
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 63 - 165 ALBERT
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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63
165 Albert
165 Albert Street
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1900
80
50
498
3
0
Academic
Renovated 1985
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
63-B1
Boiler
Hot Water Heating Boiler
132,500
Natural Gas
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
63-DHW
Domestic Hot Water Heater - Electric
1
6000
W
63-UH
Electric Unit Heaters
2
3000
W
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 63 - 165 ALBERT
Page 197 of 282
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
63
165 Albert
165 Albert Street
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1900
80
50
498
3
0
Academic
Renovated 1985
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
2
2
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 63 - 165 ALBERT
Page 198 of 282
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
63
165 Albert
165 Albert Street
Waterloo
Academic - Waterloo
1900
80
50
498
3
0
Academic
Renovated 1985
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 64 - 80 SEAGRAM
Page 199 of 282
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
64
80 Seagram
80 Seagram Drive
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1950
168
50
244
2
1
Residence
-
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
27
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 64 - 80 SEAGRAM
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BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
64
80 Seagram
80 Seagram Drive
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1950
168
50
244
2
1
Residence
-
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
64-F1
Furnace 92.1 AFUE
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
64-DHW
Domestic Hot Water Heater
1
33,000
BTU/hr
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 65 - 83 SEAGRAM
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 201 of 282
65
83 Seagram
83 Seagram Drive
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1950
168
50
211
1
1
Residence
-
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN25
25W Incandescant
25
1
4
-
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
11
-
2 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
2
3
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1xHPS
70W High Pressure Sodium
70
1
1
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 65 - 83 SEAGRAM
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 202 of 282
65
83 Seagram
83 Seagram Drive
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1950
168
50
211
1
1
Residence
-
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
65-F1
Furnace
60,000
Natural Gas
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
65-DHW
Domestic Hot Water Heater - Electric
1
6000
W
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 66 - WATERLOO COLLEGE HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 203 of 282
66
Waterloo College Hall
88 Seagram Drive
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
2002
168
50
8804
5
1
Residence
-
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
1
316
-
1 x IN65
65W Incandescant
65
1
4
-
1 x MH
100W Metal Halide
100
1
14
-
1 x MR16
50W MR-16
50
1
9
-
2 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
2
370
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
66-CHW-P1
7.5
hp
-
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 66 - WATERLOO COLLEGE HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 204 of 282
66
Waterloo College Hall
88 Seagram Drive
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
2002
168
50
8804
5
1
Residence
-
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
66-B1
Mid-Efficiency (85%) Boiler
Veissmann
Vitogas 50 RS-14
Atomspheric Hot Water Boiler
1,050,000
Natural Gas
1 Supply, 1 Standby
15 hp
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
66-EF 1 to 19
Greenheck G-095-E
Exhaust Fans
19
-
66-EF 20 to 37
18
-
66-HVAC-1
Carrier
81%
115,000
Hallways
DDC
66-HVAC-2
Carrier
82%
180,000
Hallways
DDC
66-HVAC-3
Carrier
81%
115,000
Hallways
DDC
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
66-DHW
Domestic Hot Water Heater (95 C)
2
420,000
BTU/hr
66-DHW-P1
Domestic Hot Water Pump
2
1/6
hp
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 66 - WATERLOO COLLEGE HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 205 of 282
66
Waterloo College Hall
88 Seagram Drive
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
2002
168
50
8804
5
1
Residence
-
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T8
17W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
17
2
316
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
747
-
-
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 66 - WATERLOO COLLEGE HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 206 of 282
66
Waterloo College Hall
88 Seagram Drive
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
2002
168
50
8804
5
1
Residence
-
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
66-HVAC-4
Carrier
81%
115,000
Hallways
DDC
66-MUA-1
EngAir FWA-173/DJ60-0
10
NA
6,000
600,000
Hallways
DDC
66-MUA-2
B3319MUA-2
4,000
400,000
Hallways
DDC
66-MUA-3
EngAir FWA-173/DJ60-0
10
NA
6,000
600,000
Hallways
DDC
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 74 - ST. AGATHA HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 207 of 282
74
St. Agatha House
172 Sunview Street
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1960
168
50
1180
2
1
Residence
-
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
42
-
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
12
-
2 x T12
40W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
40
2
6
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 74 - ST. AGATHA HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 208 of 282
74
St. Agatha House
172 Sunview Street
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1960
168
50
1180
2
1
Residence
-
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
74-F1
Residential Furnace
66,000
Natural Gas
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
73-DHW
Domestic Hot Water Heater
1
38,000
BTU/hr
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 75 - 183 ALBERT
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 209 of 282
75
183 Albert
183 Albert Street
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1940
168
50
222
2
1
Residence
Renovated 1998
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
75-W
Single Pane
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF13
13W Compact Fluorescent
13
1
15
-
1 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
1
2
-
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
9
-
2 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
2
4
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 75 - 183 ALBERT
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 210 of 282
75
183 Albert
183 Albert Street
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1940
168
50
222
2
1
Residence
Renovated 1998
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
75-F1
Residential Furnace
75,000
Natural Gas
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
75-DHW
Domestic Hot Water Heater
1
33,000
BTU/hr
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 70 - HEIDELBERG HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 211 of 282
70
Heidelberg House
190 Lester Street
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1960
168
50
2382
2
1
Residence
-
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
1
26
-
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
197
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
25
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 70 - HEIDELBERG HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 212 of 282
70
Heidelberg House
190 Lester Street
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1960
168
50
2382
2
1
Residence
-
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
70-B1
Boiler
McLain Boilers
Firetube
245,000
Natural Gas
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
70-D
Dryers
6
-
70-DHW
Domestic Hot Water Heater
AO Smith MasterFit
2
120,000
BTU/hr
70-POP
Pop Machine
1
-
70-W
Washing Machines
6
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 71 - ST. CLEMENTS HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 213 of 282
71
St. Clements House
188 Lester Street
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1960
168
50
2389
2
1
Residence
-
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
1
26
-
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
197
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
25
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 71 - ST. CLEMENTS HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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71
St. Clements House
188 Lester Street
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1960
168
50
2389
2
1
Residence
-
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
71-B1
Hot Water Heating Boiler
Atomspheric Hot Water Boiler
1,010,000
Natural Gas
1
0.5 hp
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
71-D
Dryers
6
-
71-DHW
Domestic Hot Water Heater
Laars Mighty Therm
1
250,000
BTU/hr
71-POP
Pop Machine
1
-
71-W
Washing Machines
6
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 72 - CONESTOGO HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 215 of 282
72
Conestogo House
205 Sunview Street
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1960
168
50
3765
2
1
Residence
-
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF13
13W Compact Fluorescent
13
1
18
-
1 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
1
1
-
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
144
-
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
58
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 72 - CONESTOGO HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 216 of 282
72
Conestogo House
205 Sunview Street
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1960
168
50
3765
2
1
Residence
-
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
72-F1
Residential Furnace
66,000
Natural Gas
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
72-DHW
Domestic Hot Water Heater
1
32,400
BTU/hr
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 72 - CONESTOGO HOUSE
Page 217 of 282
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
72
Conestogo House
205 Sunview Street
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1960
168
50
3765
2
1
Residence
-
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T12
40W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
40
2
36
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 72 - CONESTOGO HOUSE
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BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
72
Conestogo House
205 Sunview Street
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1960
168
50
3765
2
1
Residence
-
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 73 - ST. JACOBS HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 219 of 282
73
St. Jacobs House
186 Sunview Street
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1960
168
50
1488
2
1
Residence
-
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
56
-
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
16
-
2 x T12
40W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
40
2
8
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 73 - ST. JACOBS HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 220 of 282
73
St. Jacobs House
186 Sunview Street
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1960
168
50
1488
2
1
Residence
-
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
73-F1
Residential Furnace
66,000
Natural Gas
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
73-DHW
Domestic Hot Water Heater
1
38,000
BTU/hr
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 76 - 187 ALBERT
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 221 of 282
76
187 Albert
187 Albert Street
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1940
80
50
371
2
1
Office
Renovated 1998
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN25
25W Incandescant
25
1
8
-
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
23
-
1 x MR16
50W MR-16
50
1
8
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
3
-
2 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
2
3
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
Wall Mounted HID
-
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 76 - 187 ALBERT
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 222 of 282
76
187 Albert
187 Albert Street
Waterloo
Residences - Waterloo
1940
80
50
371
2
1
Office
Renovated 1998
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
76-F1
Residential Furnace
80,000
Natural Gas
-
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
76-DHW
Domestic Hot Water Heater
1
38,000
BTU/hr
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 85 - FACULTY OF SOCIAL WORK
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 223 of 282
85
Faculty of Social Work
120 Duke Street
Kitchener
Academic - Kitchener
1907
80
50
3655
4
1
Academic/Administration
Major renovation 2005 - Building Ventilation does not function properly
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
85-W
Double Pane
Metal
Y
0.74
205
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN35
35W Incandescant
35
1
4
-
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
6
-
2 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
2
77
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 85 - FACULTY OF SOCIAL WORK
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 224 of 282
85
Faculty of Social Work
120 Duke Street
Kitchener
Academic - Kitchener
1907
80
50
3655
4
1
Academic/Administration
Major renovation 2005 - Building Ventilation does not function properly
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
85-HVAC-1
Carrier VVT
Variable Volume & Temp.
30 Ton
-
85-HVAC-2
Carrier VVT
Variable Volume & Temp.
30 Ton
-
85-HVAC-3
Carrier VVT
Variable Volume & Temp.
12 Ton
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
85-DHW
Domestic Hot Water Heater - Electrical
NA
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 85 - FACULTY OF SOCIAL WORK
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 225 of 282
85
Faculty of Social Work
120 Duke Street
Kitchener
Academic - Kitchener
1907
80
50
3655
4
1
Academic/Administration
Major renovation 2005 - Building Ventilation does not function properly
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
307
-
3 x CF50
50W Compact Fluorescent
50
3
7
-
3 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
3
41
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 85 - FACULTY OF SOCIAL WORK
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 226 of 282
85
Faculty of Social Work
120 Duke Street
Kitchener
Academic - Kitchener
1907
80
50
3655
4
1
Academic/Administration
Major renovation 2005 - Building Ventilation does not function properly
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 85 - FACULTY OF SOCIAL WORK
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
85
Faculty of Social Work
120 Duke Street
Kitchener
Academic - Kitchener
1907
80
50
3655
4
1
Academic/Administration
Major renovation 2005 - Building Ventilation does not function properly
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
2
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
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WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 85 - FACULTY OF SOCIAL WORK
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
85
Faculty of Social Work
120 Duke Street
Kitchener
Academic - Kitchener
1907
80
50
3655
4
1
Academic/Administration
Major renovation 2005 - Building Ventilation does not function properly
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
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WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 90 - CARNEGIE HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 229 of 282
90
Carnegie Hall
73 George Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1902
80
50
1642
1
1
Academic/Administration
Obtained by WLU in 1999. Converted from City Library to University's main academic and admin building
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF40
40W Compact Fluorescent
40
3
4
-
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
14
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
90-EF-1
Ceiling Mounted
Electrical Room (204)
-
90-EF-2
Electrical Room (Basement)
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 90 - CARNEGIE HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 230 of 282
90
Carnegie Hall
73 George Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1902
80
50
1642
1
1
Academic/Administration
Obtained by WLU in 1999. Converted from City Library to University's main academic and admin building
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
90-B-1
Boiler (1962)
Volcano
5A-50F-G7
Hot Water - Perimeter Heating
50 hp
Possibly Oil
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
90-HVAC-1
EngAir FWA-224/DJ-40-0
8,000
300,000
8:00 AM
10:00 PM
DDC
90-HVAC-2
EngAir FWA-224/DJ-40-0
8,000
300,000
8:00 AM
10:00 PM
DDC
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
90-DHW
Domestic Hot Water Heater - Electrical
1
6000
W
90-POP
Pop Machine
2
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 90 - CARNEGIE HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 231 of 282
90
Carnegie Hall
73 George Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1902
80
50
1642
1
1
Academic/Administration
Obtained by WLU in 1999. Converted from City Library to University's main academic and admin building
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x MR16
50W MR-16
50
1
18
-
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
21
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
90-EF-3
Basement Room 102
Entire buildling
-
90-EF-4
Basement Room 102
Entire buildling
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 90 - CARNEGIE HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 232 of 282
90
Carnegie Hall
73 George Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1902
80
50
1642
1
1
Academic/Administration
Obtained by WLU in 1999. Converted from City Library to University's main academic and admin building
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
90-HVAC-3
Carrier #48HJE008-131DA
180,000
Interior
8:00 AM
10:00 PM
Waterloo BAS System
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 90 - CARNEGIE HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 233 of 282
90
Carnegie Hall
73 George Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1902
80
50
1642
1
1
Academic/Administration
Obtained by WLU in 1999. Converted from City Library to University's main academic and admin building
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x CF13
13W Compact Fluorescent
13
2
8
-
2 x T8
17W 2' Linear Fluorescent Tube
17
2
3
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 90 - CARNEGIE HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 234 of 282
90
Carnegie Hall
73 George Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1902
80
50
1642
1
1
Academic/Administration
Obtained by WLU in 1999. Converted from City Library to University's main academic and admin building
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 90 - CARNEGIE HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 235 of 282
90
Carnegie Hall
73 George Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1902
80
50
1642
1
1
Academic/Administration
Obtained by WLU in 1999. Converted from City Library to University's main academic and admin building
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
115
-
3 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
3
60
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 90 - CARNEGIE HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 236 of 282
90
Carnegie Hall
73 George Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1902
80
50
1642
1
1
Academic/Administration
Obtained by WLU in 1999. Converted from City Library to University's main academic and admin building
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 90 - CARNEGIE HALL
Page 237 of 282
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
90
Carnegie Hall
73 George Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1902
80
50
1642
1
1
Academic/Administration
Obtained by WLU in 1999. Converted from City Library to University's main academic and admin building
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
4
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 90 - CARNEGIE HALL
Page 238 of 282
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
90
Carnegie Hall
73 George Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1902
80
50
1642
1
1
Academic/Administration
Obtained by WLU in 1999. Converted from City Library to University's main academic and admin building
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 91 - GRAND RIVER HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 239 of 282
91
Grand River Hall
171 Colborne Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1986
80
50
7698
6
1
Multi-Use
Newly renovated apartment suites. University took control and made renovations in 2001.
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
66
-
2 x CF13
13W Compact Fluorescent
13
2
71
-
2 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
2
216
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
HPS Wall Packs
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
91-EF-1
Rooftop
Floor 1 through 5
-
91-EF-2
Rooftop
Floor 1 through 5
-
91-EF-3
Rooftop
Floor 1 through 5
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 91 - GRAND RIVER HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 240 of 282
91
Grand River Hall
171 Colborne Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1986
80
50
7698
6
1
Multi-Use
Newly renovated apartment suites. University took control and made renovations in 2001.
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
91-HVAC-1
34,000
VAV boxes and humidifier units
1,400,000
Interior
Waterloo BAS System
91-HVAC-2
34,000
VAV boxes and humidifier units
1,400,000
Interior
Waterloo BAS System
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
91-DHW-1
Domestic Hot Water Heater - Electrical
1
3
kW
91-DHW-2
Domestic Hot Water Heater - Electrical
1
9
kW
91-DHW-3
Domestic Hot Water Heater - Electrical
1
9
kW
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 91 - GRAND RIVER HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 241 of 282
91
Grand River Hall
171 Colborne Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1986
80
50
7698
6
1
Multi-Use
Newly renovated apartment suites. University took control and made renovations in 2001.
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
213
-
2 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
2
27
-
2 x T8
17W 2' Linear Fluorescent Tube
17
2
42
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
91-EF-4
Basement
Basement
-
91-EF-5
Basement
Basement
-
91-EF-6
Parking Garage
Parking Garage
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 91 - GRAND RIVER HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 242 of 282
91
Grand River Hall
171 Colborne Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1986
80
50
7698
6
1
Multi-Use
Newly renovated apartment suites. University took control and made renovations in 2001.
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 91 - GRAND RIVER HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 243 of 282
91
Grand River Hall
171 Colborne Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1986
80
50
7698
6
1
Multi-Use
Newly renovated apartment suites. University took control and made renovations in 2001.
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
3 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
3
43
-
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
63
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 91 - GRAND RIVER HALL
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 244 of 282
91
Grand River Hall
171 Colborne Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1986
80
50
7698
6
1
Multi-Use
Newly renovated apartment suites. University took control and made renovations in 2001.
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 92 - OLD POST HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 245 of 282
92
Old Post House
41 George Street
Brantford
Residences - Brantford
1870
168
50
2828
3
1
Residence
Building once housed a post office but is now apartment style housing for 68 students. Renovated 2005
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
249
-
1 x IN65
65W Incandescant
65
1
9
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
HPS Wall Packs
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 92 - OLD POST HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 246 of 282
92
Old Post House
41 George Street
Brantford
Residences - Brantford
1870
168
50
2828
3
1
Residence
Building once housed a post office but is now apartment style housing for 68 students. Renovated 2005
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
92-AHU-1
ICG Mfg. MPB-11-300
Common Areas
-
92-F1 to F17
Carrier
Each Unit
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
92-AC-1
Air Conditioning Unit (Condensing)
Carrier 38CKC018340
14
-
92-AC-2
Air Conditioning Unit (Condensing)
Carrier 38CKC030340
2
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 92 - OLD POST HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 247 of 282
92
Old Post House
41 George Street
Brantford
Residences - Brantford
1870
168
50
2828
3
1
Residence
Building once housed a post office but is now apartment style housing for 68 students. Renovated 2005
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
2
1
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
45
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 92 - OLD POST HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 248 of 282
92
Old Post House
41 George Street
Brantford
Residences - Brantford
1870
168
50
2828
3
1
Residence
Building once housed a post office but is now apartment style housing for 68 students. Renovated 2005
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
92-AC-3
Air Conditioning Unit (Condensing)
Carrier 38CKC048360
1
-
92-D
Dryers
4
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 92 - OLD POST HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 249 of 282
92
Old Post House
41 George Street
Brantford
Residences - Brantford
1870
168
50
2828
3
1
Residence
Building once housed a post office but is now apartment style housing for 68 students. Renovated 2005
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
2
9
-
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
31
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 92 - OLD POST HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 250 of 282
92
Old Post House
41 George Street
Brantford
Residences - Brantford
1870
168
50
2828
3
1
Residence
Building once housed a post office but is now apartment style housing for 68 students. Renovated 2005
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
92-DHW-1
Domestic Hot Water Heater (Recovery Rating 455 Gal/hr)
1
500,000
BTU/hr
92-H-1
Entrance Heaters
3
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 92 - OLD POST HOUSE
Page 251 of 282
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
92
Old Post House
41 George Street
Brantford
Residences - Brantford
1870
168
50
2828
3
1
Residence
Building once housed a post office but is now apartment style housing for 68 students. Renovated 2005
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 92 - OLD POST HOUSE
Page 252 of 282
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
92
Old Post House
41 George Street
Brantford
Residences - Brantford
1870
168
50
2828
3
1
Residence
Building once housed a post office but is now apartment style housing for 68 students. Renovated 2005
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
92-W
Washing Machines
4
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 93 - WILKES HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 253 of 282
93
Wilkes House
119-121 Darling Street
Brantford
Residences - Brantford
1870
168
50
2205
3
1
Multi-Use
Renovated 2006, 3rd floor added
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF13
13W Compact Fluorescent
13
1
153
-
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
1
-
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
32
-
2 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
2
1
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 93 - WILKES HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 254 of 282
93
Wilkes House
119-121 Darling Street
Brantford
Residences - Brantford
1870
168
50
2205
3
1
Multi-Use
Renovated 2006, 3rd floor added
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
93-HVAC-1
Carrier 48TFE012-A-511
224,000
EMS Electrical Control
93-HVAC-2
Carrier 48TFE012-A-511
180,000
EMS Electrical Control
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
93-COND-1
Condensing Unit
Carrier 38TKB048370
1
-
93-COND-2
Condensing Unit
Carrier 38TKB024330
1
-
93-COND-3
Condensing Unit
Carrier 38TKB042330
1
-
93-COND-4
Condensing Unit
Carrier 38TKB030330
1
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 93 - WILKES HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 255 of 282
93
Wilkes House
119-121 Darling Street
Brantford
Residences - Brantford
1870
168
50
2205
3
1
Multi-Use
Renovated 2006, 3rd floor added
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T8
17W 2' Linear Fluorescent Tube
17
2
5
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
118
-
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
11
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 93 - WILKES HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 256 of 282
93
Wilkes House
119-121 Darling Street
Brantford
Residences - Brantford
1870
168
50
2205
3
1
Multi-Use
Renovated 2006, 3rd floor added
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
93-COND-5
Condensing Unit
Carrier 38TKB024330
1
-
93-COND-6
Condensing Unit
Carrier 38TKB024330
1
-
93-COND-7
Condensing Unit
Carrier 38TKB030330
1
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 93 - WILKES HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 257 of 282
93
Wilkes House
119-121 Darling Street
Brantford
Residences - Brantford
1870
168
50
2205
3
1
Multi-Use
Renovated 2006, 3rd floor added
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
Metal Halide
100
1
5
Timer
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 93 - WILKES HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 258 of 282
93
Wilkes House
119-121 Darling Street
Brantford
Residences - Brantford
1870
168
50
2205
3
1
Multi-Use
Renovated 2006, 3rd floor added
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
93-DHW-1
Domestic Hot Water Heater (Recovery 281.8 Gal/hr)
RHEEM-RUUD G100-310A
2
310,000
BTU/hr
93-F-1
Furnace
Carrier 58MCA0-20
1
60,000
BTU/hr
93-F-2
Furnace
Carrier 58MCA060-08
1
60,000
BTU/hr
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 93 - WILKES HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 259 of 282
93
Wilkes House
119-121 Darling Street
Brantford
Residences - Brantford
1870
168
50
2205
3
1
Multi-Use
Renovated 2006, 3rd floor added
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 93 - WILKES HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 260 of 282
93
Wilkes House
119-121 Darling Street
Brantford
Residences - Brantford
1870
168
50
2205
3
1
Multi-Use
Renovated 2006, 3rd floor added
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
93-F-3
Furnace
Carrier 58MCA060-08
1
60,000
BTU/hr
93-F-4
Furnace
Carrier 58MCA060-12
1
60,000
BTU/hr
93-F-5
Furnace
Carrier 58MCA060-08
1
60,000
BTU/hr
93-F-6
Furnace
Carrier 58MCA060-16
1
60,000
BTU/hr
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 93 - WILKES HOUSE
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BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
93
Wilkes House
119-121 Darling Street
Brantford
Residences - Brantford
1870
168
50
2205
3
1
Multi-Use
Renovated 2006, 3rd floor added
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
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BUILDING 93 - WILKES HOUSE
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BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
93
Wilkes House
119-121 Darling Street
Brantford
Residences - Brantford
1870
168
50
2205
3
1
Multi-Use
Renovated 2006, 3rd floor added
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
93-F-7
Furnace
Carrier 58MCA060-08
1
60,000
BTU/hr
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 94 - JOURNALISM HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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94
Journalism House
111 Darling Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1900
80
50
503
2
1
Academic
Renovated 2006
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN60
60W Incandescant
60
1
3
-
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
10
-
2 x CF13
13W Compact Fluorescent
13
2
7
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
56
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 94 - JOURNALISM HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 264 of 282
94
Journalism House
111 Darling Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1900
80
50
503
2
1
Academic
Renovated 2006
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
94-COND-1
Condensing Unit
Lennox
2 ton
-
94-COND-2
Condensing Unit
Lennox
2 ton
-
94-COND-3
Condensing Unit
Lennox
2 ton
-
94-F-1
Furnace
Bryant
Plus 90 Energy Star
80,000
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
94-HVAC-1
70,000
EMS Electrical Control
94-HVAC-2
70,000
EMS Electrical Control
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
94-DHW-1
Domestic Hot Water Heater - Electrical
GSW
2
3000
W
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 94 - JOURNALISM HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 265 of 282
94
Journalism House
111 Darling Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1900
80
50
503
2
1
Academic
Renovated 2006
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 94 - JOURNALISM HOUSE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 266 of 282
94
Journalism House
111 Darling Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1900
80
50
503
2
1
Academic
Renovated 2006
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
94-F-2
Furnace
Bryant
Plus 90 Energy Star
80,000
-
94-F-3
Furnace
Keeprite
80,000
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 96 - NIPISSING UNIVERSITY
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 267 of 282
96
Nipissing University
67 Darling Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1978
80
50
1215
1
1
Classroom/Training
Originally a bank, extensively renovated in 2003
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
0
-
2 x CF13
13W Compact Fluorescent
13
2
4
-
2 x CF32
32W Compact Fluorescent
32
2
48
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 96 - NIPISSING UNIVERSITY
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 268 of 282
96
Nipissing University
67 Darling Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1978
80
50
1215
1
1
Classroom/Training
Originally a bank, extensively renovated in 2003
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
96-HVAC-1
74,000
-
96-HVAC-2
74,000
-
96-HVAC-3
115,000
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
96-AC-1
Air Conditioning Unit - Server Room (70F)
1
-
96-DHW-1
Domestic Hot Water Heater - Electrical
2
4500
W
96-ERV
Energy Recovery Ventilator
5
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 96 - NIPISSING UNIVERSITY
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 269 of 282
96
Nipissing University
67 Darling Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1978
80
50
1215
1
1
Classroom/Training
Originally a bank, extensively renovated in 2003
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T8
17W 2' Linear Fluorescent Tube
17
2
2
-
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
11
-
2 x T12
96W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
96
2
5
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 96 - NIPISSING UNIVERSITY
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
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96
Nipissing University
67 Darling Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1978
80
50
1215
1
1
Classroom/Training
Originally a bank, extensively renovated in 2003
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
96-HVAC-4
74,000
-
96-HVAC-5
115,000
-
96-HVAC-6
300,000
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 96 - NIPISSING UNIVERSITY
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
96
Nipissing University
67 Darling Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1978
80
50
1215
1
1
Classroom/Training
Originally a bank, extensively renovated in 2003
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
108
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
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WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 96 - NIPISSING UNIVERSITY
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
96
Nipissing University
67 Darling Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1978
80
50
1215
1
1
Classroom/Training
Originally a bank, extensively renovated in 2003
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
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WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 97 - ODEON THEATRE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 273 of 282
97
Odeon Theatre
50 Market Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1948
80
50
1958
2
1
Academic/Administration
Extensively renovated 2004
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x IN50
50W Incandescant
50
1
22
-
1 x IN120
120W Incandescant
120
1
26
-
1 x MR16
50W MR-16
50
1
16
-
2 x T8
17W 2' Linear Fluorescent Tube
17
2
8
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 97 - ODEON THEATRE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 274 of 282
97
Odeon Theatre
50 Market Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1948
80
50
1958
2
1
Academic/Administration
Extensively renovated 2004
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
97-HVAC-1
Carrier 48HJE004G541HQ
115,000
-
97-HVAC-2
Carrier 48HJE005G551
115,000
-
97-HVAC-3
Carrier 48HJE005G551
Equipped with ERV
115,000
-
97-HVAC-4
Carrier 48HJE005G551
Equipped with ERV
115,000
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
97-DHW-1
Domestic Hot Water Heater - Electrical
1
6000
W
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 97 - ODEON THEATRE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 275 of 282
97
Odeon Theatre
50 Market Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1948
80
50
1958
2
1
Academic/Administration
Extensively renovated 2004
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
149
-
4 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
4
54
-
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 97 - ODEON THEATRE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 276 of 282
97
Odeon Theatre
50 Market Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1948
80
50
1958
2
1
Academic/Administration
Extensively renovated 2004
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
97-HVAC-5
Carrier 48HJE005G551
Equipped with ERV
115,000
-
97-HVAC-6
Carrier 48HJE004G541HQ
Equipped with ERV
115,000
-
97-HVAC-7
Carrier 48HJE004G541HQ
180,000
-
97-HVAC-8
Carrier 48HJE004G541HQ
Equipped with ERV
180,000
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 97 - ODEON THEATRE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 277 of 282
97
Odeon Theatre
50 Market Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1948
80
50
1958
2
1
Academic/Administration
Extensively renovated 2004
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 97 - ODEON THEATRE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 278 of 282
97
Odeon Theatre
50 Market Street
Brantford
Academic - Brantford
1948
80
50
1958
2
1
Academic/Administration
Extensively renovated 2004
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
97-HVAC-9
Carrier 48HJE005G551
Equipped with ERV
72,000
-
97-HVAC-10
Carrier 48HJE005G551
115,000
-
97-HVAC-11
Carrier 48HJE005G551
115,000
-
97-HVAC-12
Carrier 48HJE009G571
115,000
-
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 98 - STUDENT CENTRE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 279 of 282
98
Student Centre
103 Darling Street
Brantford
Ancillary - Brantford
2005
80
50
1546
2
1
Administration
-
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
1 x CF32
32W Compact Fluorescent
32
1
14
-
1 x MR16
50W MR-16
50
1
10
-
1 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
1
5
-
2 x CF26
26W Compact Fluorescent
26
2
147
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
98-EF-1
Rooftop
Washrooms
-
98-EF-2
Ceiling Fan
2nd Floor Lounge
-
98-EF-3
Ceiling Fan
Elevator Machine Room
-
98-EF-4
Ceiling Fan
Mechanical Room
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 98 - STUDENT CENTRE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 280 of 282
98
Student Centre
103 Darling Street
Brantford
Ancillary - Brantford
2005
80
50
1546
2
1
Administration
-
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
98-HVAC-1
Lennox LGC09052Hj
240,000
EMS Electrical Control
98-HVAC-2
Lennox LGC07252B
125,000
EMS Electrical Control
98-HVAC-3
Lennox LGC09052Hj
240,000
EMS Electrical Control
98-HVAC-4
Lennox LGC09052Hj
240,000
EMS Electrical Control
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
98-AC-1
Split AC System (Computer Lab)
1
-
98-AC-2
Split AC System (Server Room)
1
-
98-DHW-1
Domestic Hot Water Heater
1
36,000
BTU/hr
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 98 - STUDENT CENTRE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 281 of 282
98
Student Centre
103 Darling Street
Brantford
Ancillary - Brantford
2005
80
50
1546
2
1
Administration
-
ROOF
Roof ID
Type
Colour
-
-
WALLS
North
South
East
West
-
-
WINDOWS
Window ID
Exposure
Glazing
Sash Type
Operable (Y/N)
Outside Shading
Inside Shading
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
DOORS
Door ID
Construction Code
R-Value
Area (m2)
Count
-
-
INDOOR LIGHTING
Indoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
2 x T8
32W 4' Linear Fluorescent Tube
32
2
78
-
-
OUTDOOR LIGHTING
Outdoor Lighting ID
Type
Watts
No Lamps/Fixture
Number
Use
Control Type
-
-
HVAC SYSTEMS: AIR HANDLING SYSTEMS
HVAC ID
Perimeter System Designation
Principle of Operation
Interior System Designation
-
-
AIR HANDLING UNITS
System Description
Manufacturer
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Location
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
Method of Operation
-
-
COOLING PLANT
Cooling Plant ID
Make
Model
Type
Size
Chilled Water Supply Temperature (deg C)
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
-
-
WILFRED LAURIER UNIVERSITY
BUILDING 98 - STUDENT CENTRE
BUILDING
Building ID
Building Name
Address
City
Campus
Year of Construction
Occupancy Average Hrs/Week
Occupancy Average Week/Year
Average Number Of Occupants
Conditioned Floor Area (m2)
Number of Conditioned Floors Above Grade
Number of Conditioned Floors Below Grade
Primary Building Type
Revisions to Original Building Functions
Page 282 of 282
98
Student Centre
103 Darling Street
Brantford
Ancillary - Brantford
2005
80
50
1546
2
1
Administration
-
BOILER PLANT
Boiler Plant ID
Description
Manufacturer
Model No
Type
Size (BTU/hr)
Fuel Used
Hot Water Supply Setpoint (deg C)
Return Temp (deg C)
Number of Pumps
Total Pump HP
-
-
ROOFTOP/UNITARY SYSTEM
Roof System ID
Manufacturer/Model
SF (hp)
RF (hp)
SF Motor Efficiency
RF Motor Efficiency
Capacity (CFM)
Type
Btu Output/BTU Input
Number of Zones
Area Served
Start Time
Stop Time
Method of Start-Stop
98-HVAC-5
Lennox LGC07252B
125,000
EMS Electrical Control
98-HVAC-6
Lennox LGC07252B
125,000
EMS Electrical Control
OTHER EQUIPMENT
Equipment ID
Description
Make/Model No
Quantity
Size/Capacity Value
Size/Capacity Unit (BTU, kW, HP, etc)
-
-
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