3 edition of The school custodian and operation of the school plant. found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. -77.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 108 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
|3||Bulletin (Louisiana. Dept. of Education) ;|
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The analysis results in a plan that looks at both the nutrients needed by the turf and the turf's ability to access these nutrients. An Energy Performance Contract is another revenue neutral program. Aeration, coupled with a schedule of regular over seeding, will lead to healthier denser turf. Energy The Maintenance and Custodial staffs, assisted by our Temperature Controls Contractor, are working to establish heating temperatures of 65 to 68 degrees building wide. Thermostats have been checked and calibrated, control valves were replaced, and set points adjusted.
If the preliminary reports are favorable, the District will issue a formal RFP.
Typically proposals will include energy management systems, lighting upgrades, photovoltaic panels, wind energy, and building envelope improvements.
Energy Service Companies ESCO submit proposals for energy saving improvements. Plant Facilities Administrator Fred Koelbel Secretary for Operations and Maintenance Christine Pierre High School Head Custodian, Salvatore Figliolia, Elementary School Head Custodian, Paul Scalcione Crew Leader, Rich Lautato The Operations and Maintenance Staff is working to update and improve. Another avenue being explored is Energy Performance Contracting.
A major factor affecting the turf's ability to access nutrition is compaction.