Comprehensive Strategies

Sitton serves as our clients’ strategy partner, helping each client develop comprehensive strategies to deliver maximum return-on-investments in their facilities. Together, we develop various strategy roadmaps, and hold quarterly strategy sessions to review progress.

This unique process involves the application of the following tools to establish a strategic roadmap, plan its implementation, and effectively execute it to deliver the maximum return-on-investment.

The Strategy Builder™ — a streamlined process of establishing goals and a strategic roadmap to optimize facility performance.

The Implementation Planner™ —specific solutions to optimize every aspect of building performance and maximize return-on-investment.

The Execution Maximizer™ — the execution, implementation, and continuous support of projects to ensure expected results.

The core strategies we help our clients develop and implement are listed below.

Comprehensive Energy Strategy™ (CES™)

Sitton’s Comprehensive Energy Strategy™ (CES™) optimizes every aspect of building performance. The CES™ is a beginning to end process including strategy, planning, and execution used to transform our clients’ facilities. Through our CES™ process, your facilities will attain immediate energy savings, the highest return on investments, and overall increases in occupant satisfaction.

Facility Optimization Strategy™ (FOS™)

Sitton’s Facility Optimization Strategy™ (FOS™) is a process that we created to help buildings become and stay more energy efficient. Our process starts by optimizing the existing facilities by way of retro-commissioning (RCx) and utility analytics. From there, we optimize all new projects with the use of commissioning (Cx). Then, we sustain energy efficiency with monitoring-based commissioning (MBCx).
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Construction Optimization Strategy™ (COS™)

Sitton’s Construction Optimization Strategy™ (COS™) is a process that we created to help maximize the results of the planning, design, and construction of capital improvements. It starts with establishing the right metrics in the planning process, and using them continuously through construction completion. Metrics are established under the categories of: quality, budget, schedule, and communication/teamwork.

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