Southeast Fountain, VEEDERSBURG, IN
Southeast Fountain Community School Corporation wanted to reduce energy consumption and demand while improving the infrastructure and minimizing operational and maintenance costs across the entire energy and operations architecture for their elementary school.
ECS Midwest was able to deliver projected annual savings of $231,871.00 for 10 years, totaling $2,318,710.00.
The upgrades and remodels performed by ECS Midwest were focused on Southeast Fountain Elementary:
- 3rd and 4th Grade Boy’s Restroom Remodel
- 3rd and 4th Grade Girl’s Restroom Remodel
- 5th and 6th Grade Boy’s Restroom Remodel
- 5th and 6th Grade Girl’s Restroom Remodel
- HVAC Upgrade
Southeast Fountain Elementary School has an enrollment of approximately 600 students in grades K-6. The elementary school was built in 1972. It was designed with an “open concept” layout where each grade level hallway had one large area with no walls dividing the classrooms. In 2005 renovations were started to construct walls for each classroom. Also in 2005, three additional kindergarten classrooms were built to accommodate the start of all-day kindergarten. A gymnasium was added in 2007.