Honeywell to support Kunsan AB modernisation
Honeywell is to support a $28 million infrastructure modernisation project at US Air Force Kunsan Air Base (AB) in South Korea.
As part of the project, Honeywell will help upgrade building controls and centralise management through its enterprise buildings integrator (EBI), an integrated platform that ties together building systems for centralised monitoring and control. EBI will help enhance mission readiness and resiliency at the base by delivering a single point of control and enabling real-time decision making. EBI will also provide insights to help operators more quickly identify operational issues, and it will also help optimise energy demand and efficiency by providing equipment scheduling capabilities.
The project includes facility upgrades that aim to help improve infrastructure and equipment reliability while lowering the base's annual energy consumption by more than 18 percent and water consumption by over seven percent.
The project will be funded by a 25-year energy savings performance contract awarded to Honeywell by Kunsan AB, the Air Force Civil Engineer Center and Defense Logistics Agency-Energy.
Honeywell and Kunsan AB expect to complete the project in November 2020.
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