Brookfield Property Partners has awarded a contract to utiliVisor for a customized utility submetering solution for seven commercial office towers in New York and Houston.
The properties include 1 Liberty Plaza, 245 Park Avenue, 1114 Avenue of the Americas (The Grace Building), and 200 Liberty Street in New York City as well as 2 Allen Center and 3 Allen Center in Houston. The buildings represent a total of 9.5 million square feet of office space.
The utiliVisor solution for the Brookfield buildings involves enterprise-wide submeter reading and utility cost allocation services, with 928 meters and 206 separate tenant accounts. Utility cost allocation data from the meters will be collected via the web and formatted into user files for automatic loading into Brookfield’s existing accounting package
Management teams for the buildings will receive web access to the utiliVisor Account Profile data via a secure login and can obtain real-time energy usage date from the field at any time via ipad and smartphone mobile applications. Brookfield’s tenants will be provided with a custom computer dashboard detailing all utility charges, as well as comprehensive utility profiles/consumption reports. Tenants will be able to download their utility bills in PDF format directly from their web-based utiliVisor account.
Founded in 1978, utiliVisor offers comprehensive energy monitoring and submetering services, providing accurate, reliable solutions to boost efficiency and lower energy consumption. The utiliVisor system is a web-based, networked solution, built on open standards, that works in real time to collect and format data, monitor operations and equipment errors, and deliver oversight via web-based alerts and alarms. UtiliVisor services more than 250 million square feet of commercial and institutional space nationwide and oversees more than 175,000 service data points, more than any other service provider in the United States. It is also the largest submetering company in the tri-state New York metropolitan area and an approved Meter Data Service Provider (MDSP) for the State of New York.
Originally published on Businesswire