The Buildings That Work campaign showcases customer examples of how Johnson Controls is making buildings work more efficiently, sustainably, and profitably. Click on the thumbnails below to view the advertisements.
Aberdeen Proving Ground
Saving $134 million in energy costs through 2030.
City of Baltimore, MD
Modernizing 50 city buildings and saving $60 million over 15 years.
Empire State Building
Retrofitting an icon to make it more than 38 percent more energy-efficient.
Houghton-Portage Township Schools
Upgrading facilities and saving $3 million over 20 years.
Saving $32 million in operational, maintenance, and real estate costs over 10 years.
Pioneers Memorial Hospital
$3.8 million facility upgrade that pays for itself.
Restored its campus after Hurricane Katrina and is saving $71 million.
U.S. Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center
Generating $138 million in energy savings over 20 years.
Saving $4.9 million in operational costs in just seven months.
City of Fort Worth, TX
Upgrading 96 city buildings and saving $29 million by 2025.
Efficient and Sustainable Buildings
Reduce buildings energy and operating costs by as much as 30 percent.
Johnson Controls Corporate Headquarters
Creating a campus that has the largest concentration of LEED® Platinum buildings on one site.
Phoenix Children’s Hospital
Saving $10.9 million in energy and operational costs over the next 15 years.
The George Washington University
Reducing carbon footprint 40 percent by 2025.
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Saving $55.5 million over 10 years through retrofits and facility improvements.