The City of Farmington Hills, in Michigan, is using QA Graphics’ Energy Efficiency Education Dashboard® to educate staff and the public on the City Hall’s sustainable initiatives.
Farmington Hills’ City Hall went through a major revitalization project, constructing a new building in 2008. The building earned the United States Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification. To inform the community on these sustainable efforts, Farmington Hills looked to QA Graphics to develop an Energy Efficiency Education Dashboard. The dashboard is an interactive application used to highlight the building’s performance and educate about the sustainable features. The solution has been in place for over a year now. Displayed on a touchscreen in the main corridor, it serves as a central communication resource to demonstrate the City Hall’s commitment to sustainability.
“The solution looks great and is very user friendly,” said Nate Geinzer, Assistant to the City Manager, The City of Farmington Hills. “QA Graphics did a great job with the visual content. The interactive demonstrations are the most used feature on the dashboard, showing how the geothermal and solar panel systems work.”