Case Studies

Hill York has a proven track record of delivering ENERGY EFFICIENCY PROGRAMS to our clients.

Our approach is to partner with our clients to co-author the solutions that are in line with their mission and financial requirements. Once our clients realize the results of our programs, additional phases are often implemented as we strive for continual cost reductions whether they be from project implementation, operational modifications, or continued maintenance/energy services.

ADP Miami Headquarters


As a world leader in commercial real estate outsourcing services, CBRE | Global Corporate Services takes a proactive approach to optimizing their clients’ facility management, energy efficiency and cost containment. At the heart of their infrastructure improvement strategy is a focus on replacing systems near the end of their life cycles, investing in green initiatives and ENERGY STAR® certification efforts, and lowering carbon emissions through reduced utility consumption.

The Villages Regional Hospital – Central Energy Plant Expansion


Hill York was selected by Central Florida Health Alliance to work with the consulting engineer as a design assist partner for the expansion of the central energy plant at The Villages Regional Hospital. Based on a successful track record of comparable projects, the hospital group sought to tap Hill York’s expertise in achieving optimal plant configuration, lowest lifecycle cost design having the highest efficiency, and high quality construction.

New Vision Eye Center


Hill York engineered a turnkey energy management system to help New Vision Eye Center obtain greater control over their indoor climate and cooling costs.

Central Florida Health Alliance – Alliance Day Surgery Center


Hill York executed an energy savings project to help the Alliance Center Day Surgery Center drastically lower monthly utility bills, improve space comfort, and extend the life of the building’s HVAC systems.

Leesburg Regional Medical Center Operating Rooms Renovations


Hill York executed a challenging implementation schedule to help Leesburg Regional Medical Center attain new indoor environmental code compliance for comfort in their operation rooms without disrupting surgeries.

Nova Southeastern University’s Central Energy Plant


Earlier this year, the International District Energy Association (IDEA) invited Hill York and Nova Southeastern University (NSU) to present on the university’s Central Energy Plant. The plant is a terrific success story because of the foresight in planning for efficiency and the savings which are projected to be 17.3 million dollars over the life of the system.

Nova Southeastern University Central Energy Plant (Zone 4)


An extraordinary collaboration between Hill York and Nova Southeastern University. When the ice tank is built out to full capacity, it will be one of the largest ice storage facilities within the United States.

ICORR Properties International ENERGY STAR® Certification


CORR Properties International’s Partnership with Hill York’s Energy Solutions Group Earned the EPA’s ENERGY STAR® Certification for Superior Energy Efficiency.

The City of Port St. Lucie Energy Efficiency Program


Hill York’s Energy Solutions Group spearheaded a comprehensive energy savings program to help the City of Port St. Lucie save in excess of $154,000 a year in energy costs at their main municipal complex.

The City of St. Pete Beach – Energy Efficiency & Community Reinvestment Program


After being awarded an energy efficiency grant from the State Energy Office, the City of St. Pete Beach selected Hill York’s Energy solutions group for design and implementation of a comprehensive energy efficiency program. Hill York ranked first amongst all companies competing for the City’s business through the public procurement process.

Leesburg Regional Medical Center


Recently, the South Campus of Leesburg Regional and the Day Surgery Center underwent a major infrastructure improvement project to increase the energy efficiency and comfort of the facilities. The hospital’s comprehensive program will reduce existing operational expenses of Central Florida Health Alliance by over $175,000 per year.

GulfCoast Surgery Center


GulfCoast Surgery Center is an outpatient surgical facility in Sarasota that performs knee and hip replacements, cervical fusions, lumbar fusions, and arthroscopic and pain management procedures. The 17,179 square foot single story building has operating rooms, patient areas, and administrative offices that all have different climate control requirements.

The City of Clearwater, Phase I – Long Recreation Center, Phase II – City Wide Energy Efficiency


Both projects have proven to be a great success and Hill York has earned the City of Clearwater’s trust as evidenced by their strengthened relationship and glowing recommendation.

Orlando Utilities Commission Service and Maintenance Program


Established in 1923, the Orlando Utilities Commission (OUC) is the second largest municipal utility in Florida. OUC provides electric and water services to nearly 230,000 customers in Orlando, St. Cloud and parts of unincorporated Orange and Osceola counties. To support its innovative OUCooling initiative, a service enabling commercial property owners to outsource the production of chilled water for their air conditioning, OUC needed a partner that could manage maintenance for five major chiller plants.

ICORR Properties International, Phase I, II, III


At the completion of all three phases, One Sarasota Tower will have reduced its overall energy consumption by over 33% and should qualify for the prestigious Energy Star Building designation from the Department of Energy creating yet another avenue to promote the facility as one of Sarasota’s Premiere Class A commercial office spaces.

Express Scripts – A Multi-Tiered Efficiency Program


A Fortune 100 company and one of the nation’s leading pharmacy benefit management services, Express Scripts operates a number of call centers around the country. The HVAC equipment at their flagship call center in Port St. Lucie, Florida was near the end of its lifecycle and problems were mounting. More frequent breakdowns and repairs had become the norm, and unusually high humidity and hot and cold spots throughout the facility were causing a crisis in comfort and employee productivity.

Southern Command


The intent of this massive project was to provide a building designed from the ground up to support 24/7/365 operation, to provide an internal data center capable of meeting the base’s needs, and to provide the necessary security for Sensitive Compartmentalized Information Facility areas for processing classified information.