Success Stories

Read how we help building owners upgrade their infrastructure by saving on energy bills.

125 Maiden Lane, New York

Built in 1958, 125 Maiden Lane is a 320,000 square foot mixed-use building near Wall Street containing commercial office condominiums. The core systems had not been upgraded since it was built. The project will increase the equity of the owners, help reduce emissions, and give occupants a better live/work environment

Corporate Office Properties Trust (COPT)

Transcend Equity, now part of SCIenergy, offers a financial mechanism known as MESA (Managed Energy Service Agreements). MESA is a way for commercial property owners to make their buildings more energy efficient without financing new capital.

Drexel University

Drexel University sought to address critical energy system needs on the campus without adding to its debt load or affecting its credit.  Blue Hill Partners and the Campus Energy Efficiency Fund (CEEF) helped Drexel evaluate financial options ad selected the Managed Energy Services Agreement (MESA) as the appropriate vehicle.

Childress Klein Properties

Childress Klein Properties (CKP), one of the leading real estate developers in the Southeastern United States, owns and manages more than 20 million square feet of property in Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. CKP has a longstanding relationship with SCIenergy working together to implement preventive building maintenance practices at many of its properties in Georgia.

The Hurt Building, Getting Older and Wiser

BOMA Insights Magazine takes a look at how SCIenergy updated The Hurt Building, an iconic building in Atlanta, Georgia and a member of the National Register of Historic Places.