METCO Engineering Continuous Commissioning® has awarded funding to select researchers as part of the Engineering Genesis Award for Multidisciplinary Research. The ceremony was held during the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) External Advisory Board meeting and 14 TEES researchers and their teams secured funds sponsored by different organizations. The project selected by METCO Engineering for $1.4 million grant is a novel, cost-effective, energy efficiency program for 35 City of Dallas facilities. The recipients of the award were Bahman Yazdani (Principal Investigator, Associate Director, TEES Energy Systems Lab) and colleagues Joseph Martinez, Carlos Yagua and Juan Carlos Baltazar, from Energy Systems Lab.
METCO Engineering Continuous Commissioning® supports innovative research in engineering and technology and encourages researchers through educational collaboration. Continuous Commissioning® is a process developed by the Energy Systems Laboratory to resolve operational faults, provide rapid payback and meet sustainability goals of buildings. Continuous Commissioning®, CC®, and PCC® are registered trademarks of the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station, a member of the Texas A&M University System, an agency of the State of Texas. CC® can only be implemented effectively by qualified and licensed providers and METCO Engineering is a licensee with authorized access to tools, training, research, and expertise to make great impacts.