Thermal Energy Corporation (TECO) provides critical steam and chilled water for the Texas Medical Center (TMC) campus - the largest medical city in the world.
Customers serviced by TECO use steam for space heating, dehumidification, humidification, sterilization, kitchen, sanitary, and research. Chilled water is used for space cooling, cold rooms, and refrigeration. In all, TECO’s combined-heat-and-power-based system pipes steam and chilled water to 24.3 million square ft. in 51 buildings in 17 different institutions.
TECO's two interconnected plants, which house 27 chillers and nine boilers, form the largest district cooling center in North America.
As a result of ongoing expansion projects, the company had over 20,000 engineering drawings that were not digitalized. This made it difficult for employees and engineers to locate key documents across various physical and online locations.
TECO sought a solution to streamline drawings and attach training videos and other documents, which was easy to maintain and use. It was vital for all key stakeholders to have quick access to this content.
Download the full case study to learn more about how RedEye is now supporting TECO to digitally manage, access, update and share their facilities information quickly, easily, and in perpetuity.