Abraxas Energy Consulting conducted an energy assessment for Quantico Naval Health Clinic in Quantico, Virginia in August 2013. There is 1 building in the scope of this project at this facility: a 101,000 square foot health clinic. The goal of the audit was to assist Quantico in identifying and developing energy investment initiatives that achieved the federally required energy reductions.

Abraxas Energy Consulting conducted an energy assessment for Corpus Christi Naval Health Clinic in Corpus Christi, Texas in November 2013. There are 2 buildings in the scope of this project at this facility: a 224,376 square foot health clinic and a 26,208 square foot branch health clinic. The goal of the audit was to assist Corpus Christi in identifying and developing energy investment initiatives that achieved the federally required energy reductions.

Abraxas Energy Consulting conducted an energy assessment for Oak Harbor Naval Hospital in Oak Harbor, Washington in August 2013. There is 1 building in the scope of this project at this facility: a 108,611 square foot hospital. The goal of the audit was to assist Oak Harbor in identifying and developing energy investment initiatives that achieved the federally required energy reductions.

Abraxas Energy Consulting conducted an energy assessment for Lemoore Naval Hospital in Lemoore, California in June 2013. There are 2 buildings in the scope of this project at this facility: a 200,749 square foot hospital and a 23,540 square foot health clinic. The goal of the audit was to assist Lemoore in identifying and developing energy investment initiatives that achieved the federally required energy reductions.

Abraxas Energy Consulting conducted an energy assessment for Bremerton Naval Hospital in Bremerton, Washington in August 2013. There are 5 buildings in the scope of this project at this facility: a 24,799 square foot building which 3rd floor will serve as a dental clinic (B-506), three health clinics of 29,868 square foot, 32,801 square foot and 32,780 square foot respectively (B-940, B-2010 and B-2050), and a 17,425 square foot health and education center (B-2850). The goal of the audit was to assist Bremerton in identifying and developing energy investment initiatives that achieved the federally required energy reductions.

Our client was Clayton Valley Charter High School, a 182,370 sq. ft. campus located in Concord, California. While the California Clean Energy Jobs Act (Prop. 39) is a well-conceived means to provide schools funding for energy efficiency improvements, the process can be confusing. Abraxas conducted an ASHRAE Level 2 Energy Audit and filed the necessary paperwork to the California Energy Commission for funding. Abraxas is providing the ongoing support necessary to ensure Prop. 39 funds are spent on projects that matter most to the client.

Our client was the United States Army Corps of Engineers. Abraxas Energy Consulting was contracted to perform an energy audit on 112 buildings consisting of barracks, office buildings, warehouses, convenience stores, vehicle maintenance shops, and others that constituted 1,921,798 square feet.

Our client was GSA Region 8. The location was a US Border Station in Montana consisting of 5 buildings comprising 12,000 square feet. The buildings include a main building, two garages, an office/firing range, and a water treatment plant. An ASHRAE Level II audit was conducted.

Our client was a VA Hospital in Texas. The hospital campus had roughly 700,000 square feet.

“One of the most useful reports is cost and use per square foot, with buildings ranked against those in other districts. My clients can get a snapshot of how any particular building ranks against those in other districts.”
- Margaret Bishop, Energy Engineer