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utiliVisor Helps The New Valley Hospital Save $1.025M+

·2-min read

Collaborative approach creates an energy-efficient hospital despite the challenges of COVID-19

NEW YORK, August 03, 2021--(BUSINESS WIRE)--utiliVisor, a leader in utility submetering and plant optimization, announces that their collaboration with The New Valley Hospital has helped the hospital save more than $1.025 million. utiliVisor was initially brought in to help evaluate bids from service contractors during construction.

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Joseph Lorino, PE, LEED AP | Vice President, Facilities Management, Valley Health System, in collaboration with utiliVisor, a leader in utility submetering and plant optimization, saved The New Valley Hospital more than $1.025 million. (Photo: Business Wire)

"Because of utiliVisor's knowledge and great negotiating skill, we received - and awarded - a bid that was below what we had budgeted for. And we received more from that bid than we originally had asked for. It's been a very successful process and saved over $1.025 million. And we couldn't have done it without utiliVisor's involvement.​​​​​​​"
- Joseph Lorino, PE, LEED AP | Vice President, Facilities Management, Valley Health System

utiliVisor continues to collaborate with The New Valley Hospital team in establishing sustainable energy practices. Even after the hospital opens, utiliVisor will provide ongoing monitoring and metering to maintain long-term solutions that save energy and costs.

"utiliVisor's continued involvement will help us in making decisions, whether it's their own expertise or bringing us experts. They make sure we’re consistently achieving peak efficiency. Their involvement is critical to our success because we need to operate and maintain this system to give our patients a great healing environment. That's why we value utiliVisor and what they do," said Lorino.

The New Valley Hospital is a community hospital currently being built in Paramus, New Jersey, and plans to have its first patient by the end of 2023.

For more information on the collaborative approach that The New Valley Hospital is taking, read utiliVisor’s case study here.

ABOUT UTILIVISOR

Your tenant submetering and energy plant optimization services are an essential part of your operation. You deserve personalized energy insights from a team that knows buildings from the inside out, applies IoT technology and is energized by providing you with accurate data and energy optimization insights. When you need experience, expertise, and service, you need utiliVisor on your side. Experts that deliver consistent energy and cost-saving strategies for you. What more can our 40 years of experience and historical data do for you? Call utiliVisor at 212-260-4800 or visit https://www.utilivisor.com/.

View source version on businesswire.com: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20210803005197/en/

Contacts

Kathy Fealy
utiliVisor Marketing Director
kathleen.fealy@utilivisor.com

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