True Media Case Study

Client background

In a former life, the True Media building in Columbia, MO used to be a well-known bank. It is an elegant two-story, flat-roof brick structure with a concave front wall of north facing windows. The tasteful redesign consists of an open atrium with a balcony off the second floor. This 1970s era building was converted to offices for the marketing firm True Media in the summer of 2012 and opened for business that fall.

True Media St. Louis, on the other hand, is a 5,066 square-foot building that houses another branch of the well-known marketing agency.

Products installed

Quick facts

Project location

St. Louis & Columbia, Missouri

Project date

October 2015 & June 2016

Project length

One month each

Payback period

Four years

Projected utility savings (year 1)

$17,490

Projected utility savings (10 years)

$174,900

Projected utility savings (20 years)

$349,800

Annual kWh Savings

111,120

Pounds of coal burned

85,904

Acres of U.S. forests preserved

0.638

Number of smartphones charged

10,019,742

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