Case Study | Olive 8 Residences
MARTY MCFADDEN | FACILITY MANAGER
“This being my first experience with Resound Energy’s turnkey approach to high yield, economically priced LED retrofit projects, I enjoyed a trouble free, hand’s off, and reliably completed project. The installation will save me thousands of dollars annually in electrical consumption costs. It was also done right the first time, which saves me lots of time and effort.”
We start every engagement with a free facility walk through to generate a detailed cost benefit analysis and proposal which includes product spec sheets.
Utility Rebate Management
Our customers only pay net project cost after rebate. Utility rebate application services are provided by Resound staff to ensure correct rebate funding.
As a licensed general contractor, Resound provides product demo’s to illustrate light quality and output in addition to our comprehensive installation services.
You will never have to change a light again for the term of the warranty. Product warrantees ranging from 3 to 7 years are managed by Resound staff.
Olive 8 Steps up to LEDs
Olive 8 Residences is a high end condominium community occupying the top 22 stories of the 39 story Olive 8 Tower which is Seattle’s first LEED Silver certified hotel/condominium. The building uses 23% less energy than comparable sites through advanced HVAC, efficient lighting design and even onsite wind power generation.
Even with this advanced design, Resound Energy was able to work with Marty McFadden, Facility Manager, to assess the site, propose and implement a project that will generate significant energy and monetary savings for the building owner(s).
44 stairwell fixtures retrofitted to LED
47 four foot strip fixtures in elevator vestibules retrofitted to LED
Installation was completed in less than 2 days
Resound Energy managed the utility rebate process throughout from initial application to post installation verification
Harbor Steps Results
$3,112 in annual electric savings
75.7% of total costs covered by Seattle City Light rebate
Project payback of 1.1 years