Servidyne sees massive potential in lighting upgrades at military bases

Servidyne Inc., Atlanta, a building performance efficiency and real estate company, has started work on a major energy-efficient lighting retrofit project at the United States Navy Base in Guam. The company is upgrading approximately 3 million square feet of the base’s facilities with new interior and exterior lighting systems as part of a comprehensive, wide-ranging energy savings performance contract awarded to Johnson Controls. Upon completion of the lighting retrofits, Servidyne

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