Quincy, MA (PressExposure) July 27, 2011 -- Alares announced today a new energy division to provide better, cleaner, more cost-effective methods necessary in clean-build construction.
"We are committed to helping our clients clean up the environment, reduce energy consumption and decrease carbon emissions," said Don Maggioli, a former Green Beret and owner/president of Alares LLC. "With our new energy division, we can offer an even broader range of energy services in the area of energy audits, feasibility studies, Energy Conservation Measures (ECM), sustainability and LEED services."
Alares' new energy division specializes in:
Feasibility and comparative assessments of alternatives
Evaluation of environmentally impacted sites for renewable energy alternatives
Economic analyses including ROI and financial incentives
Advanced metering design and installation
Feasibility Studies including Life Cycle Cost Analysis
Energy Modeling (eQuest)
Geothermal Design and Installation
Wind Studies and Turbine System Installation
Alares' new energy division abilities are not constricted to just commercial enterprises, but also for municipalities, state and federal agencies. Their recent project for the Connecticut Air National Guard garnered them an energy award from the Association of Energy Engineers for the design and installation of a geothermal heating and cooling system.
For this recognized Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB), the military niche is purely natural. Led by a former Green Beret, 75 percent of Alares' senior staff served in the military.
"While it may seem like two different things, there are a lot of parallels between running a greener, more cost-efficient building or organization and the military," said Maggioli. "In the military, you conserve your resources-manpower, ammo or weaponry-all with a goal toward saving lives. Running a greener operation may not save lives directly, but it can have a definite impact on saving the planet."
Alares' staff includes licensed engineers and architects, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professionals (AP), and Certified Energy Managers (CEM), experienced energy auditors, scientists and other specialists. Alares is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB)-veterans make up 75 percent of Alares' senior staff. For more information, please visit or their website http://www.AlaresLLC.com or call 617-995-4397.