Johnson Controls receives $120 million contract for Census Bureauís processing center

Freeman Staff

July 7, 2015

MILWAUKEE ó At the end of June, Johnson Controls Government Solutions was awarded a $120 million Energy Savings Performance Contract by the Census Bureauís National Processing Center in Jeffersonville, Ind., according to a Tuesday announcement.

The Johnson Controls Government Solutions is a firm that helps the federal government maximize building performance in technology, energy and security.

According to the announcement, the awarded contract will decrease NISTís environmental impact, and savings on NISTís utility bills will range from $4.1 to $6.7 million annually during the 25-year life of the contract. It will also earn one-time utility rebates of up to $3.2 million when finished and operating. 

The features of the energy conservation effort will be the construction of a Combined Heat and Power plant and a 4,100-square-foot building addition onto the NIST campusís Central Utility Plant that will save NIST $3.9 million, in addition to other work and potential savings.