Project: Energy Procurement
Brandolini Property Management, Inc. is a diversified real estate management organization that develops, owns, and operates a varied portfolio of properties. In addition to providing submetering services, EMS has saved Brandolini over one hundred thousand dollars by securing the lowest possible electric rates through its energy procurement program. Says Harry Watts, VP of Property and Asset Management, "I continue to put my trust in EMS because they provide the results that are required by Brandolini." EMS has provided various energy services to Brandolini since 2004.
Project: Avenir On Fifteenth
Scully Company's beautiful multi-family renovation of this former 150,000 sf office building included EMS's EMStat wifi thermostats for residential and retail spaces. The EMStat is both a smart meter and a building amenity. Giving residents and management the ability to set schedules and control temperatures remotely via their computer, tablet or smartphone adds comfort and saves money. The EMStat also accurately meters the HVAC runtime to allow management to fairly charge residents for their individual HVAC usage.
US Realty Associates
Project: Energy Benchmarking
US Realty Associates, Inc. is a commercial Real Estate brokerage company specializing in the leasing and sale of high profile properties throughout Philadelphia and its suburbs. In addition
to submetering services, EMS has provided annual Energy Benchmarking services for all of US Realty's applicable Philadelphia properties since 2013. EMS has provided various energy services to US Realty Associates since 1996.
Project: AKA, Philadelphia PA
Sister to the iconic Cira Centre is Philadelphia's newest addition to high end multi-family living. EMS provides submetering services to the residents on behalf of Korman Communities.
EB Realty Management
Project: Divine Lorraine, Philadelphia PA
Designed by architect Willis G. Hale and built between 1892 and 1894, the building originally functioned as apartments for some of Philadelphia's wealthy residents. Lorraine Apartments was one of the most luxurious and best preserved late 19th-century apartment houses in Philadelphia. In 1900 the building became the Lorraine Hotel when the Metropolitan Hotel Company purchased the apartments. Later it would become the first hotel in Philadelphia to be racially integrated under Father Divine. The hotel was abandoned and left to deteriorate, with graffiti all over the walls, broken windows, and crumbling stone. On September 16, 2015, a massive renovation project was begun by Eric Blumenfeld. EMS continues it long partnership with EB Realty Management by providing The Divine Lorraine with submeters and billing services for the domestic water and electricity.