Trane U.S., an Ingersoll Rand subsidiary, has received a potential $114 million contract from the General Services Administration to provide energy conservation support and implement related measures at 10 federal facilities in New York.
GSA said Monday Trane U.S. will perform building automation system updates and mechanical replacements at several courthouses and federal buildings in Brooklyn, Manhattan and White Plains in New York under the Energy Savings Performance Contract.
Denise Pease, regional administrator for the Northeast and Caribbean region at GSA, said the ESPC contract aims to reflect the agency’s efforts to reduce carbon emissions and commitment to energy conservation.
The federal buildings covered under the ESPC contract are:
- 201 Varick Street Federal Building
- Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House
- Charles L. Brieant Jr. Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse
- Conrad B. Duberstein U.S. Bankruptcy Courthouse
- Daniel P. Moynihan U.S. Courthouse
- Emanuel Celler U.S. Courthouse
- Jacob K. Javits Federal Building
- Ronald H. Brown U.S. Mission to the U.N. Building
- Ted Weiss Federal Building
- Theodore Roosevelt U.S. Courthouse and Federal Building
Trane U.S. manufactures and provides heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, building controls, air cleaning and dehumidying products for commercial, industrial and residential markets.