Exploit opportunities to conserve
as an integral part of every project.
Rockwood Management Services
52 Johnson Drive
Chatham, New Jersey 07928-1168 U.S.A.
info @ rockwood.com
Whether through technology, processes, procedures or just plain common
sense, we have a proven track record of helping get more out of less.
Our initiatives assist our clients to comply with governmental mandates,
find and adopt paradigm shifting products and technologies and combine
innovative ideas to reflect improved design and operating practices.
Greater total-value is realized as our physical and logical (cyber) worlds
converge for real-time
automation, integration and efficiencies. Building systems including
HVAC (heating, ventilating and air-conditioning) can now be monitored and
controlled from the same dashboard consoles that are used for
administering access to buildings and data
With better, real-time controls comes a better understanding of usage.
This added intelligence facilitates better planning and use of resources
thereby improving our ability to use them more wisely and efficiently.
It enables us to determine where our greatest attention and conservation
efforts should be applied and contributes to efforts to reverse global
warming and helps to offset escalating energy costs.
technical aspects of conservation are essential, no one should overlook the
impact of people and processes. Everyone has a role to play. We assure that
awareness, motivation and training are reflected in every project implementation.
begin with audits and assessments, proceed to planning and analysis,
solution development, product and vendor selection, and project management.
Efforts conclude with change management and verification that all objectives
have been met successfully. We apply the same level of
professional excellence to energy and resources that we use for all of our
other service offerings.
We pride ourselves
on keeping a close eye on affordability, value received and timeliness.
Good results do not always require the most elegant and costly approach.
For example, painting a dark roof a lighter color can go along way toward
reducing air-conditioning requirements and the CO2 emissions that
contribute to global warming.