GreenPath team provided engineering and construction management services to create an Energy Dashboard/System Modifications at the U.S. Army Southern Command, Generator/Utility Monitoring and Control System (GUMCS).
U.S. Army Southern Command
The project’s scope of services included install, modify, and calibrate the existing Generator/Utility Monitoring and Control System (GUMCS) at the Southern Command center. The intent of the modification to the existing GUMCS was to provide redundant supervisory monitoring and control of the base-wide building generator control system and utility control system in a single location with dashboard monitoring. In addition, updated software was installed to provide reports and trend data, as specified by the Government. GreenPath’s engineering team designed and installed a redundant HMI and PC workstation remotely located in the Central Utility Plant (CUP) building., The new energy dashboard included upgraded software, compliance and quality control of the GUMCS systems to perform dual supervisory monitoring and control of base-wide building generator control systems and utility control systems using Modbus (TCP/IP) Framework. The energy dashboard system performed supervisory monitoring and control functions including but not limited to Scheduling, Alarm Handling, Trending, Overrides, Report Generation, and Electrical Demand Limiting as specified.