Celebrating Back to School with Pro-Bono ENERGY STAR® Verifications

  • September 6, 2019
  • by Barry Abramson
  • energy star, epa, k-12 education, pro bono, recognition,
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We are proud to report that Servidyne Project Engineer Meghan McNulty was highlighted in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s recent announcement about pro bono verification for ENERGY STAR® certification applications.

We know the many benefits that come from certifying a building as ENERGY STAR, but we also know that not every organization can afford to hire a licensed professional to verify their application. That’s why Meghan signed up to offer her services pro bono to organizations in need. Last year, she was proud to perform 3 verifications, free of charge, for the following buildings, all K-12 Schools:

  • Drew Charter School Junior/Senior Academy (Atlanta, GA)
  • Drew Charter School Elementary Academy (Atlanta, GA)
  • Gilbert Elementary School (LaFayette, GA)

Servidyne engineer Meghan McNulty takes indoor air quality readings in a classroom at Gilbert Elementary School with Beth Pelham, Principal.

You can read the EPA’s full announcement here. Combined with the efforts of about 40 other engineers and architects across the country, we helped over 160 commercial buildings earn EPA’s prestigious ENERGY STAR.

We are inspired by the good work that we see our clients doing every day, and it’s our honor to do our part to help every organization save energy, save money, and protect the environment.

Drew Charter School Facility Manager Sri Nagendran with the energy recovery ventilators that efficiently pre-heat and pre-cool fresh air for the Junior/Senior Academy.



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