Devon Energy Center
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Overview of Project
It has been ten years since ES2 helped build the Devon Energy Center, also known as Devon Tower. Devon Tower is a 50-story corporate skyscraper and the most noticeable building in the Oklahoma City skyline, and it holds the distinction of being the tallest building in Oklahoma. Construction began in October 2009, and the building was completed in October 2012. The tower is comprised of a six-story rotunda and a six-story podium structure making it more than 1,800,000 square feet.
ES2 contributed to this project by furnishing and installing the building's temperature controls and integrating the interior lighting into a single Automated Logic WebCTRL Building Automation System. WebCTRL was also used to integrate third-party software to support lighting controls, energy metering, UPS monitoring, generator, and generator fuel systems. ES2 also assisted with a high-performance sequence of operations, helping achieve the building as a Certified LEED Gold facility. The building achieved LEED certification by adhering to the USGBC prerequisites and credits that address carbon, energy, water, waste, transportation, materials, health, and indoor environmental quality. ES2 continues to furnish Energy Star Certifications annually, reviewing the facility's operational characteristics and utility data. Being an Energy Star Certified facility through the EPA’s strict energy performance standards means the building saves energy, saves money, and helps protect the environment by generating fewer greenhouse gas emissions than typical buildings.
ES2 was able to provide Devon Tower with controls as well as training for Devon’s operational teams, which allowed them to continue to observe and monitor the energy efficiency of their building. Through our Continued Support Agreement, ES2's engineering team has used the WebCTRL software to monitor and update the Devon Energy Center to ensure that the controls run as efficiently as possible and provide additional savings on energy costs.
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