Fairway Independent Mortgage

We estimated that a geothermal water-source VRF system would save Fairway Mortgage $0.50 - $0.75 per square foot in annual utility costs compared to a traditional hot water VAV rooftop system.

Headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin, Fairway Independent Mortgage has experienced exponential growth in recent years and in 2015, committed to build a new, 96,000-square-foot, energy-efficient office building. Working with Excel Engineering, a full-service architectural and engineering firm, Fairway Mortgage selected Mitsubishi Electric CITY MULTI® Water-Source Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) systems. By selecting VRF, Excel was able to design a spacious floorplan and provide energy savings. Download the PDF below to read more. You’ll hear from the facility manager, HVAC engineer, architect and a Mitsubishi Electric sales representative.


Fairway Independent Mortgage

Project Location: Madison, Wisconsin
Completion Date: November 2017

Project Team

  • Architect/Engineer: Excel Engineering, Inc., Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
  • Distributor/HVAC Consultant: Access Engineering, LLC, Neenah, Wisconsin

Mitsubishi Electric Equipment Installed (Per Home)

  • (12) PQRY-PYLMU WR2-Series Water-Source VRF Heat Recovery Units
  • (3) PQHY-PYLMU WY-Series Water-Source VRF Heat Pump Units
  • (106) PEFY-PNMAU-E3 Horizontal-Ducted Indoor Units
  • (6) PKFY-PNHMU-E2 Wall-Mounted Indoor Units
  • (1) Diamond Controls™ Solutions
  • (1) AE-200A Centralized Controller
  • (2) AE-50A Centralized Controllers
Product Category
VRF Zoning Systems
Application
Commercial Office
Completion Date
November, 2017
Location
Wisconsin
Case Study Type
For Professionals
Text Box Type
energy recovery systems/lossnay
energy savings/rebates/efficiency
footprint
geothermal
new construction
zoning

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