What We've Done

AERCO's commercial condensing boilers and high efficiency water heaters are the trusted heating systems in thousands of installations nationwide. Read our case studies to find out how our systems have added value and provided significant energy savings and Return on Investment.

Modulex Boilers Cut University’s Heating Costs with De-centralized System

In September 2006, Concordia University, a 187-acre campus nestled on the banks of the Huron River in Ann Arbor, Michigan, began a project to reduce energy use and strive for a greener campus. To help accomplish this goal, the school’s engineering and management team knew the existing centralized steam heating system would have to be replaced.

AERCO is the Cure for Hackensack University Medical Center’s Heating Woes

Hackensack University Medical Center (HUMC) has come a long way since it first opened its doors as Bergen County, New Jersey’s first hospital. Back then, it had 12 patient beds – a far cry from the 781-bed teaching and research hospital it is today. In becoming the nation’s fourth-largest hospital according to inpatient admissions, HUMC has had to undergo more than a few renovations over the years, and AERCO has been there along the way.

A Blissfully Silent, but Powerful Heating System for JFK Library and Museum

The John F. Kennedy Library and Museum is one of Boston's most revered architectural structures. The 135,000 square foot library/archive features a nine story, white precast concrete tower building, glass-enclosed pavilion and 18,000 square foot museum. Two 230-seat orientation theaters, the 20,000 square foot Stephen E. Smith Center and the adjoining library, are housed within. An electric heating plant was installed during initial construction in 1967. However, the sharply rising cost of electricity made heating the building increasingly expensive.

Eight AERCO Benchmarks Heat a 1.1M Square Foot Glass Office Complex

Long Island is known for having some of the highest electricity prices in the United States. For a decade and a half, the 1.1M sq. ft. RexCorp Plaza, the largest building structure on Long Island, was heated by way of an electric space heating plant.  Year after year, the stifling energy costs put a substantial drag on the building’s bottom line. Consequently, building owners undertook a massive project in 1999 to switch their electric heating plant to a more affordable, natural gas-fired alternative.

AERCO Anchors High-Efficiency Heating System in 22-Story Government Building

Built in downtown Boston in 1975, the McCormack Building has always relied upon the city’s district steam supply to provide space heat and domestic hot water. As it was initially designed, the government facility also depended upon two 1,200-ton steam-absorption chillers for cooling. However, rising energy costs during the ensuing 25 years, coupled with an office automation upsurge, culminated in a $6 million HVAC overhaul in 2003.