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Moore Hall at University of Hawaii Improves Comfort, Achieves $150,000 Annual Energy Savings

Blake Araki, PE, MPA, is the Engineering Manager in the Mechanical Division at the University of Hawaii. It’s a big, important job — Araki manages 527 buildings totaling more than 6.1 million square feet of facility space. Araki said, “Our goal is to keep the campus operating efficiently, comfortably and safely to provide an environment conducive to productive teaching, learning and research. We serve the needs of the academic community. We treat them as our clients and clearly understand that they are the reason we are here and not the reverse.”