GZA to Provide Energy Audit and Conservation Analysis for the Salvation Army's Adult Rehabilitation Command Sites

MANCHESTER, NH AND NORWOOD, MA…ISSUED March 17, 2011…GZA GeoEnvironmental Inc., a leading environmental & geotechnical consulting firm, has been retained by The Salvation Army’s Adult Rehabilitation Command to perform Energy Audit and Conservation Analysis (EACA) at twenty Sites throughout the Salvation Army’s Eastern Territory.

The EACA Services will include an evaluation of the existing buildings and will identify conservation and efficiency improvement opportunities for major energy using systems. The objective will be to identify conservation measures, develop order of magnitude costs, and quantify potential cost savings benefits to the Salvation Army.

GZA will also be evaluating existing site conditions to generally evaluate site potential for sustainable energy opportunities such as Photovoltaic (Solar) power, and geothermal heat exchange. John C. Murphy of the Manchester, NH office will oversee the project as a Principal-in-Charge and Eric Nelson, P.E., LEED AP, CEA of the Hammonton, NJ office will serve as technical lead on the project.

“We are pleased to work with this outstanding community organization to provide technical expertise that will assist them in running a more efficient organization,” said William R. Beloff, President and CEO of GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc. “With a not for profit organization every cost savings measure allows them to allocate more resources towards their mission and we are privileged to have the opportunity to assist them.”