Group14 has a multi-year contract with Denver International Airport to provide sustainability, energy efficiency services, and commissioning for various projects, including the upcoming one million SF upgrade to the airport’s Great Hall. We are also implementing SkySpark building analytics software to provide sophisticated monitoring of equipment operation and assist the airport in meeting their energy goals. Some of our DEN projects include:
Concourse A and B West Expansion: Group14 is providing commissioning and monitoring-based commissioning for DIA’s Concourse A-West and Concourse B-West expansion projects, where 16 gates have been added and over 620,000 SF has been built or renovated.
Concourse B and C East Expansion: Group14 was the sustainability and energy consultant for the 632,000 SF, Concourse B and C-East expansion projects, which included the addition of several gates, shops and restaurants and is required to meet LEED v4 Gold.
DEN Fire Station No. 35: Group14 provided LEED, energy consulting, and commissioning for a new 18,000 SF fire station on the Denver International Airport campus.
Sustainability and Utilities On-Call Services: Our team is providing DEN with on-call sustainability and utilities services, assisting the DIA team in the identification and development of energy and water efficiency & reduction projects, emissions reduction project planning, and development of opportunities and strategies to implement an Energy Master Plan.
Concourse A and B West: During the commissioning process, Group14 helped to troubleshoot and resolve issues for complex equipment. As part of the required Passenger Boarding Bridge testing, Group14 used sophisticated connected devices and SkySpark software to identify pressurization issues and resolve them quickly as a team.
Concourse B and C Expansion: To address water scarcity in Colorado, the project’s indoor water demand was reduced by 45% using high efficiency plumbing fixtures. The updated concourses are also projected to use about 30% less energy than a typical project of its size. This was achieved through a 40% interior lighting reduction, reduced exterior lighting, energy recovery of exhaust air, and a high efficiency central plant.
DEN Fire Station No. 35: The LEED Gold project achieved 48% energy cost savings and included interior and exterior water efficiency measures, superior indoor air quality and a PV system.