We provide a comprehensive set of cost-effective operations and maintenance services intended to keep energy systems running smoothly and efficiently. Our experienced professionals support your customers and allow them to stay focused on what is most important.

Experts in Optimization & Reliability

Operations and maintenance is one of our core businesses. In addition to operating and maintaining every asset in our portfolio, we perform the same functions under long-term contracts for many customers as well. Our O&M experiences extends back for over four decades. Through the years our focus on reliability and cost-effectiveness has earned us the loyalty of our customers and a reputation for consistency and reliability.

We have accumulated millions of hours of experience operating and maintaining assets in North America, as demonstrated by our top-decile safety record and exemplary reliability rating. In that time, we developed unmatched knowledge of best practices, policies and procedures for the care and improvement of these systems. We perform predictive, preventative maintenance routines designed to complement our customers’ operations, maximize efficiency and eliminate downtime. Our skilled operation and maintenance personnel are equipped to support long-term goals and deliver optimized and efficient performance throughout a system’s life cycle.

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Case Study: Sun Devil Energy Center

Sun Devil Energy Center maintains a combined heat and power plant that provides heating, cooling and electricity to 88 buildings on Arizona State University’s Tempe campus and a chilled-water plant that serves five buildings on the ASU Polytechnic campus in Mesa.

  • System supplies approximately 15 percent of ASU Tempe’s total electrical needs
  • It produces steam, hot water and cold water used for air conditioning and heating throughout the ASU and ASU Polytechnic campuses
  • Sun Devil Energy Center completed a full upgrade of the combined heat and power facility, including added capacity. The upgrade was named Best Project in the Energy/Industrial category by ENR Southwest
ASU Combined Heat and Power Plant