2 Building Lifecycle Costs Design/Build20%Energy40%POST-BUILT ENERGY CONSUMPTION = 32%OF TOTAL LIFECYCLE COSTS!Operations60%In Use80%Now let’s take a look at one of the key factors that is driving the need for more efficient and sustainable buildings.About 20% of a building’s total lifecycle cost is tied up in the construction phase, meaning that 80% of lifecycle costs are left to energy and building use operations.CLICKFrom that 80% of total lifecycle costs, 60% are tied up in the operations of the building and 40% are dedicated to energy consumption. In short, approximately 32% of a building’s total life-cycle costs are dedicated to energy use!Because energy represents such a large proportion of a building’s costs, and because rising energy prices can have a significant impact, energy has a significant and measurable impact on a company’s core business. This means that effective Energy & Sustainability solutions can also have a substantial, positive impact on your bottom line.
3 The Importance of Building Performance Management 100%Building PerformanceMBCx Impacts 22% of the Building Lifetime Cost1YearsN+1
4 The Importance of Building Performance Management 100%Building PerformanceMBCx Software (Technology and Algorithms) Service Detects Faults/Waste - Software alone provides Minimal ImpactMBCx Software drives savings throughout the process1YearsN+1
5 The Importance of Building Performance Management 100%Building PerformanceBasic repairs based on actionableinformation from MBCx SoftwareService Organization to Perform the Identified Repairs MBCx Software + Service is Critical to Achieve Saving PotentialMBCx Software drives savings throughout the process1YearsN+1
6 The Importance of Building Performance Management 100%Advanced Control StrategiesEx: Chilled Water System OptimizationBuilding PerformanceBasic repairs based on actionableinformation from MBCx SoftwareAdvanced Optimization Control Strategies Drive Higher PerformanceMBCx Software drives savings throughout the process1YearsN+1
7 The Importance of Building Performance Management Equipment Replacement and Upgrades100%Advanced Control StrategiesEx: Chilled Water System OptimizationBuilding PerformanceBasic repairs based on actionableinformation from MBCx SoftwareEquipment Replacement and UpgradesMBCx Software drives savings throughout the process1YearsN+1MBCx impacts 32% of lifetime cost!
8 Where Does Technology Fit In? Top Facility GoalsSustainabilityEnergy EfficiencyReliabilitySystem PerformanceLifecycleFinancialIndoor EnvironmentComplianceIT/building convergenceSystems: building, business, IT, enterpriseBig dataNetworks and storage are readily available and accessibleCloud deliveryMedium to easily deploy and update solutionsUser experienceCustomized visualization for a range of stakeholdersData analyticsSophisticated analytics to turn data into actionsEfficient buildings use Technology as an Enabler
9 Commissioning strategy leverages Fault Detection & Diagnostics Strategy & PlanningEBCx (Existing Building Commissioning):An EBCx program will involve work in the Plan, Evaluate and Implement phases and will rely on people, processes and technologies in order to drive home results.MBCx (Monitoring Based Commissioning):MBCx programs will involve ongoing service and data driven measurement and reporting. Like EBCx, a combination of people, process and technology are necessary for a successful MBCx program.FDD (Fault Detection Diagnostics):FDD is an important tool that can be leverage to create quick and cost effective results during the Evaluate, Service and Measure phases. FDD relies heavily on technology in order to be successful.Example – Presented to a large city on their commissioning strategy. They were not interested since they spent $300k for a report sitting on a shelf.Key message is to make sure you budget and bring a partner that will help you implement what you find. Will an IT company help you implement?EBCxFDDMBCx
10 About the Authors Jim Butler – CTO – Cimetrics Strategy & PlanningJim Butler – CTO – CimetricsCraig Engelbrecht – Director of Smart Services and Technology – SiemensJim Lee – CEO, Founder – CimetricsJim Sinopoli - Managing Principal, Founder – Smart Buildings, LLC
11 Siemens Whitepaper The 12 Things You Need to Know About MBCx Freier TextSiemens Whitepaper The 12 Things You Need to Know About MBCxJim Butler, Craig Engelbrecht, Jim Lee, Jim Sinopoli12 Things You Need to Know About MBCxIt goes beyond energy savingsIt’s a team effortProcess, Process, ProcessImplementation requires full buy-inIt’s more than just a rule developed in a labYou might not have all the data you want and needWhen it comes to data, it’s all hands on deckMBCx doesn’t work on its ownThe software doesn’t “drop in” and get to workDon’t turn it all on at onceIf your not committed to fixing issues, don’t waste your money on MBCxOptimization strategies go hand-in-hand with analyticsPoint out #11# 12 is good – This is a solution to audit your optimization strategies. i.e. demand flow, we guarantee savings and we see performance take a drive. We find out that whomever is responsible for maintenance did not deliver or we see manual overrides. Use analytics & FDD to audit and find those problemsBuilding Technologies / Abteilung