Lindahl Reed was awarded a 4 year contract to provide Resource Efficiency Management (REM) services at Joint Base Elmendorf–Richardson (JBER), Alaska, by the 673 Civil Engineer Squadron. The award builds on Lindahl Reed’s previous support of the JBER Energy Program and will focus on addressing energy resilience and optimization of operations through data driven decision-making. This focus includes the integration of Internet of Things (IoT) related to building automation and energy projects and technologies to monitor and control the mechanical, electrical and electronic systems in use at base facilities, such as: Smart Grid, Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI); IoT-capable Building Automation Systems (BAS); and, Energy Management Control Systems (EMCS). REM services also include reducing energy consumption and demand, improving operations and building performance, and ensuring compliance with DoD and Air Force energy goals and requirements.
“We are pleased to be selected to support the development of JBER’s next generation REM program focused on energy resilience and identification and implementation of new opportunities created by digitization of energy,” said Nicole R Hough, President and Chief Executive Officer. “Our track record of delivering leading edge REM programs that result in high-quality, high-impact results differentiates Lindahl Reed’s approach to REM services.”
Lindahl Reed is a Women-Owned Small Business (WOSB) and certified Economically Disadvantaged Women-Owned Small Business (EDWOSB) that provides program management, engineering and technical, and management advisory services to federal, state, institutional, and commercial customers. We offer expertise in the health, energy, and environmental markets. Lindahl Reed was founded on the belief that we can advance a safer, healthier, and more resilient and sustainable world. Our solutions keep our homeland secure, make our communities healthier, increase energy resilience, and help to protect our environment.