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  • Home - Utilities & Energy Services
    A13 A10 A17 A12 A2 A14 A15 A16 A18 A11 A5 A3 Ever wonder how much energy a campus building uses How much it costs for that energy Click to find out Our Vision A world class leader in the production delivery and management of utilities and energy services fostering a culture of excellence in support of the vision and mission of Texas A M University Our Mission Providing world class service through the production delivery and management of safe reliable and efficient utility and energy systems effectively stewarding university resources and the environment Customer Commitment UES is committed to continuously improve the quality and value of service provided to our customers to not only meet but exceed expectations Initiatives Leading into the Future FY14 Strategic Overview Water Conservation Initiative Utility and Energy System Improvements TAMU Carbon Footprint Student Engagement News Campus Building Cost and Usage for December 2013 View Your Building Data By Chart this report displays Read more Campus Building Cost and Usage for November 2013 View Your Building Data By Chart this report displays Read more Campus Building Cost and Usage for October 2013 View Your Building Data By Chart this report displays Read more Campus Building

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  • Customer Service - Utilities & Energy Services
    Management Report Annual Water Report Cost Saving Tips Main menu Skip to primary content Skip to secondary content Customer Service Billing Statement and Reports https utilities tamu edu utilitybillingstatement Billing Inquiries Alec Pointer Senior Energy Analyst Phone 979 862 8001 Email Enable Javascript to see the email address Temperature Adjustment Request Energy Services Phone 979 458 5500 Email Enable Javascript to see the email address Services Application to Disconnect Utility

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  • Services Provided - Utilities & Energy Services
    and pedestrian walkway lights Solid Waste and Recycling 6 Solid waste collection vehicles Solid waste collection containers across Main and Riverside Campus 150 Recycling stations 3 Major campus recycling collection locations Water Production and Treatment 14 million gallons per day production capacity 9 1 million gallon storage capacity with redundant water transmission lines from well field to campus 3 deep wells 3 200 feet 1 intermediate well 1 300 feet 3 shallow wells 500 feet Waste Water Treatment 4 million gallon per day capacity WWTP serving Main Campus 125 000 gallon per day WWTP serving Riverside Campus Plumbing Distribution Systems Over 150 miles of piping to distribute and collect chilled water heating hot water domestic cold water domestic hot water steam condensate sanitary sewer storm water and natural gas Business Services manages the procurement process and departmental inventory in three warehouses annual budgeting financial and budget reporting for both internal and external customers HR Administrative Services manages the departmental human resources payroll communications training vehicle fleet telephone and administrative support IT Energy Services manages the campus building automation system campus utility metering systems energy stewardship program and building retro commissioning process Provides all department IT service including desktop support server management and fiber network infrastructure The energy services team is also the first responder to all campus building HVAC related work requests and environmental control Technical Services manages the campus utility infrastructure drawings and utility projects under 4 million acts as a liaison to Facilities Planning and Construction FPC on major capital projects over 4 million provides design guideline input to FPC for campus construction represents UES on campus construction projects and provides process engineering support to production facilities Analytical Services manages the campus energy consumption and budget projections approval of purchased energy invoices customer invoicing utility rate setting cost

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  • Leadership Team - Utilities & Energy Services
    s mission This team has participated in reducing the overall campus energy consumption by 40 per GSF over a 10 year period FY02 to FY12 He received an Associate in Arts from Blinn College and holds a number of professional certifications and licenses including Certified Energy Manager Texas Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Contractors License ASHRAE Associate Member APPA Educational Facilities Professional Cogeneration Institute of AEE Energy Services Marketing Society of AEE City of Bryan Journeyman Electrician License Refrigeration Service Engineers Society 2005 Certificate from TAMU Leadership Institute Prior to joining Utilities Energy Services Bruner was the Energy Coordinator for St Joseph Regional Health Center Bryan Texas for six years He was also in the electrical construction field specializing in large commercial and industrial projects Jessica Li Jessica Li Manager Business Services Utilities Energy Services Jessica Li is the Manager Business Services for Utilities Energy Services UES in the Division of Administration She is responsible for financial reporting for UES and the procurement group within UES She joined Texas A M University TAMU in 2006 Jessica Li holds a Bachelor of Science in Business from Beijing Institute of Technology and a Masters of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Detroit Mercy She is a Certified Management Accountant CMA and a Certified Financial Manager CFM Prior to her current position Jessica worked as the Utilities Business Analyst for 5 years She had more than 10 years experience as Senior Accountant Financial Analyst before joining TAMU Bob Henry Bob Henry Manager Technical Services Utilities Energy Services Mr Robert Bob Henry currently serves as Manager Technical Services for Utilities Energy Services in the Division of Administration since the fall of 2006 In this role he manages a technical services team of engineers an architect designers responsible for planning design coordination and project management for Utilities Energy Services projects power production campus chilled water heating hot water domestic hot cold water and wastewater development of master planning documents implementation of key elements of the University s existing 5 and 30 year master plans and providing input on the design and location of new campus buildings We develop and manage projects from the conceptual stage through implementation Henry is personally managing over 14 million worth of projects including 7 500 tons of new chillers 12 boilers at 2 Satellite Utility Plants a campus supply and demand side utilities and energy management master plan a campus water systems engineering study and a performance optimization program for the utility plants Recently completed projects include a distributed control system upgrade several chiller projects and a flammable materials storage facility The technical services team is responsible for project management on 30 additional projects Bob plays an active part in writing and updating various elements of the University s Facilities Design Guidelines Last year he wrote the technical proposals for 2 applications for ARRA funding whereby the University received 15 million for energy cost reduction projects Bob is currently serving on the University Architect Search Committee at Texas A

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  • Energy Action Plan 2015 - Utilities & Energy Services
    improving energy efficiency and conservation The Energy Stewardship Program includes stewardship of energy and customer service outreach in all major buildings on campus Charlie has worked in the field of energy management for over 20 years with the City of College Station and at Texas A M University Jack Cook Jack Cook Energy Steward Utilities Energy Services Mr Jack Cook serves as an Energy Steward for the Utilities Energy Services department in the Division of Administration In this role he works closely with students faculty staff building occupants departmental representatives facility managers building proctors and technical staff to educate inform and raise awareness about opportunities for improving energy efficiency and conservation Jack s primary areas include the Health Science Center on west campus Veterinary Medicine and the MSC Complex He holds a Bachelor of Ministry from International Seminary in Plymouth Florida and has been awarded Honorary Doctorate of Theology from the Sacramento Theological Seminary Jack also graduated from the Apprentice Program and worked for TAMU from 1979 1985 Cook is also certified by the State of Texas and the U S Department of Labor as an air conditioning refrigeration and heating mechanic He has held various jobs in the private sector over the last 37 years offering vast experience in the field of HVAC Keith Bornmann Keith Bornmann Energy Steward Utilities Energy Services Mr Keith Bornmann serves as an Energy Steward for the Utilities Energy Services department in the Division of Administration In this role he works closely with students faculty staff building occupants departmental representatives facility managers building proctors and technical staff to educate inform and raise awareness about opportunities for improving energy efficiency and conservation Primary areas include the engineering and architecture buildings Bornmann holds a Master Electrical License and serves on the Utilities Energy Services Safety Committee Prior to joining UES Keith was the owner operator of an electrical contracting business for six years Betty Morgan Betty Morgan Energy Steward Utilities Energy Services Ms Betty Morgan serves as an Energy Steward for Utilities Energy Services Department in the Division of Administration In this role she works closely with students faculty staff building occupants departmental representatives facility managers building proctors and technical staff to educate inform and raise awareness about opportunities for improving energy efficiency and conservation Betty s primary areas include AgriLife Campus Libraries and CIS buildings She received an Associate in Arts in General Business and a Bachelor of Arts in Geography from Sacramento State College Prior to accepting her current position Betty served as a Research Assistant for the Department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology for eleven years and as a Building Proctor for four years at Texas A M University Johnny Smith Johnny Smith Energy Steward Utilities Energy Services Mr Johnny Smith serves as an Energy Steward for the Utilities Energy Services department In this role he works closely with students faculty staff building occupants departmental representatives facility managers building proctors and technical staff to educate inform and raise awareness about opportunities for improving

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  • News - Utilities & Energy Services
    Oct 3rd 2013 Campus Building Cost and Usage for July 2013 Posted on Sep 10th 2013 Campus Building Cost and Usage for June 2013 Posted on Aug 2nd 2013 Campus Building Cost and Usage for May 2013 Posted on Jul 5th 2013 UES Overview 2013 Posted on Jun 27th 2013 Campus Building Cost and Usage for April 2013 Posted on Jun 5th 2013 2012 Campus Building Cost and Usage for December 2012 Posted on Feb 11th 2013 Campus Building Cost and Usage for November 2012 Posted on Feb 1st 2013 Utilities Energy Services World Class Awards 2012 Posted on Dec 17th 2012 Campus Building Cost and Usage for October 2012 Posted on Nov 29th 2012 TAMUS CFO Briefing Posted on Nov 14th 2012 Campus Building Cost and Usage for September 2012 Posted on Nov 13th 2012 Campus Building Cost and Usage for August 2012 Posted on Oct 2nd 2012 Continued Energy Conservation by the Aggie Community Posted on Aug 30th 2012 Campus Building Cost and Usage for June 2012 Posted on Aug 9th 2012 Campus Building Cost and Usage for May 2012 Posted on Jul 3rd 2012 2011 Texas A M University Raises it Goals for Sustainability Posted on Jun 30th 2011 Texas A M To Save 1 1 Million Annually Through Efficiency Upgrades Posted on Jun 29th 2011 Texas A M Teams With Siemens to Save 1 1 Million in Annual Energy Savings Via Performance Contract Posted on Jun 29th 2011 Texas A M A Brighter Future for Parking Posted on Jun 27th 2011 Proactive Utilities and Energy Management Posted on Apr 28th 2011 Siemens Strengthens Texas A M s Tradition of Energy Management Posted on Apr 28th 2011 TAMU Carbon Footprint Posted on Feb 11th 2011 Burns McDonnell Validates and Expands Texas A M Utilities Energy Master Plan

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  • Contact Us - Utilities & Energy Services
    us via the following options General Inquiry Email Enable Javascript to see the email address Service Request AggieWorks http aggieworks tamu edu Organization Hierarchy Chart Location UES Business Office UES Energy Office UES Central Office Facilities Services Complex UES Distribution Office UES Procurement Office Central Utility Plant General Services Complex Campus Maps Emergency Phone Business Hours 458 5500 or After Hours 845 4311 Website AggieWorks Online Email Enable Javascript to

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  • Accomplishments - Utilities & Energy Services
    orders processed by UES technicians annually Additional responsibility assumed by UES freed up significant Facilities Services resources to meet other essential needs Operate maintain and optimize one of the world s largest campus building automation systems Close working relationship with campus community and departmental representatives Support Research Compliance Biosafety and Comparative Medicine Program to maintain high level safety standards and meet accreditation requirements Established Energy Stewardship Program ESP to ensure customer needs are met most efficiency Building retro commissioning program optimizes energy system operation for peak performance Strategic Initiative Five Deferred Maintenance Utility infrastructure capital renewal and upgrade program proactively avoids deferred maintenance 200 million capital plan completed since 2002 to meet infrastructure upgrade and expansion needs Actively managing 5 million annual capital renewal program with cost recovery through utility rates Updated utility energy capital plan in FY12 defining specific requirements through FY16 Actively involved in planning design and construction of utility infrastructure expansion for all facilities Strategic Initiative Six Workforce Employee Development Program Established career development ladders and appropriate compensation updates for all UES employees Implemented organizational changes to support continued progress and optimize organization Developed and implemented extensive training and development program to enhance employee skills Strategic Initiative Seven Sustainability Energy efficiency and environmental improvement through consumption and cost reduction Reduced university energy consumption by 40 percent per square from FY02 to FY12 Achieved corresponding reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and GHG footprint Cost avoided 125 million since 2002 through improved operating efficiency and optimization Implemented Energy Action Plan EAP 2015 and Energy Stewardship Program ESP Energy Action Plan EAP 2015 Comprehensive program to reduce energy consumption an additional 20 percent from FY10 baseline Achieved 10 percent consumption reduction per GSF since FY10 50 percent of EAP 2015 goal EAP 2015 Advisory Committee established in FY12 with faculty

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