Table 4-23. Total Annual Values by Square Footage
Rinker Hall $1.19 80,761.8 1.1 8.0
Frazier Rogers $2.93 148,689.8 28.6 13.0
Anderson Hall $1.18 77,350.1 10.4 7.0
"Cost" represents the total cost for Utility consumption divided by total building
square footage. "BTU" calculations take into account the total annual energy
consumption in BTU's including Chilled Water, Steam, and Electricity. "Gal." represents
total gallons of potable water consumed annually divided by building square footage. The
"KWh" column represents the annual electrical consumption per square foot with
electricity being the only resource taken into account. In consistency with earlier results,
Frazier Rogers hall is highly inefficient in comparison to the other two structures, and
Anderson Hall narrowly edges Rinker Hall by $.01 per square foot.
By modifying to take into account the hours of operation differences between the 3
structures, an approximation can be made on a theoretically more accurate level.
However, results are merely theoretical as the added hours to Anderson Hall and Frazier
Rogers Hall would not be during peak building load hours. Therefore, Table 4-24 is
adjusted to the average hours of operation per week for Rinker Hall, 90.5.
Table 4-24. Total Annual Values by Square Footage Adjusted for Hours of Operation
Rinker Hall $1.19 80,761.8 1.1 8.0
Frazier Rogers $3.07 156,124.3 30.3 13.7
Anderson Hall $1.48 96,687.6 13 8.75
As is visible in figure 4-24, this theoretical comparison skews results
heavily in Rinker Hall's favor. Anderson Hall operates on a uniform schedule and was
adjusted directly by a 25% increase in consumption to match Rinker Hall's hours of
operation. Frazier Rogers Hall was modified based on square footages of usage type, with