For the second year in a row, privatized military housing provider Balfour Beatty Communities (BBC) has been named a Motili Carbon Reduction Champion. Last year, BBC partnered with Motili to replace outdated HVAC systems across more than 1,200 housing units, reducing carbon emissions across its Military Housing Privatization Initiative (MHPI) portfolio.
The new HVAC systems are expected to reduce energy usage by almost 25%, as well as significantly reduce carbon emissions emitted from each unit. This carbon reduction effort is just one of the ways MHPI providers are working to increase the portfolio’s sustainability.
“We are honored to be recognized as a Motili Carbon Reduction Champion for our efforts to improve the sustainable performance of our HVAC units and deliver an exceptional experience to our residents,” said Rick Taylor, President Facility Operations, Renovation & Construction at BBC. “At Balfour Beatty Communities, we believe a rigorous preventative maintenance program is critical to ensuring our homes are comfortable and HVAC systems operate effectively over the long-term. We remain enthusiastic about our partnership with Motili and look forward to continuing the positive momentum in 2022.”