McCormick & Company, a Fortune 1000 manufacturer of food and flavorings, has been recognized by Energy Star for a Top Energy Project of 2018. The honor was awarded for a “compressed air system with heat recovery” in the company’s Dallas manufacturing plant.
IMEC has been chosen by Dow Chemical to design and build a chiller plant to augment current capacity in its Marlborough, MA facility. Two new 700 Ton chillers will be integrated to create 1,400 Tons of additional capacity.
MACOM, a worldwide semiconductor and component manufacturer, has hired IMEC to assist with one aspect of its plant expansion project in Lowell, MA. Total electric and natural gas savings will total $52,000 annually.
Our engineering team recently devised an efficiency solution that potentially applies to every manufacturing plant using air-cooled oil-injected air compressors.
The concept focuses on the re-engineering of compressors into a cogeneration system producing high-grade heat recovery from both the oil cooler and aftercooler.
As a result of recent customer feedback, IMEC has elevated our project manager job title to that of project director.
Our leaders on the front line have always been "directors" more than managers. They combine traditional PM duties with the key responsibilities of a construction supervisor and project engineer.
A long-time customer was concerned about increasing power costs, as one of their manufacturing plants in Massachusetts was facing rising utility “demand charges” for peak power usage. The scenario presented a perfect opportunity for our engineering team to go beyond traditional Combined Heat & Power (CHP) and dramatically reduce peak electricity and demand charges.