"In reviewing our portfolio and speaking with tenants, wedetermined that a formal energy conservation program would providebenefits to our company, our tenants and the overall environment,"says Kurt Padavano, Advance's COO. "GSH has a history of providingfacilities and energy management solutions. We feel that expertisewill provide significant savings throughout the buildings that arepart of this program rollout."

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That rollout will include three properties within Advance's4.5-million-sf portfolio. The three are One Gateway Center, a467,000-sf, 26-story Downtown tower in Newark; 1400-1430 and 1545Route 206, a four-building, 144,000-sf campus here; and Metro EastBusiness Campus, nine suburban office buildings totaling 580,000 sfin Landover, MD.

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According to GSH US president Jamie Reynolds, the program willinvolve comprehensive preventive maintenance, beginning with anevaluation of all building systems leading to specificrecommendations. "Overall, the energy conservation program willhave a meaningful impact on many fronts," Reynolds says.

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