"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."


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.


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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