SFO Energy Management Control System


San Francisco, California


San Francisco International Airport

Project Dates

2018 - 2021

Services Provided

Project Management Support Services


The Energy Management Control System (EMCS) is a utility management and consumption tool for building management for indoor air quality and campus-level metering. EMCS inter-operates with existing systems used at the Airport provides stakeholders with toolsets geared toward mechanical maintenance, electrical operations, mechanical engineering, and technology infrastructure, and empowers each Airport user of EMCS with the ability to glean insights into the health and long-term sustainable ownership of Airport Systems. EMCS is a critical tool to achieve the Airport's Strategic Plan Goal #2 of Net Zero Energy by 2021. In 2019, as part of the EMCS Program, SFO’s Airfield Operations Facility, an essential facility, was certified as the first Zero Net Energy (ZNE) airport building. Dabri team was a key sub-consultant to oversee the design-build contract and coordinate Airport stakeholders throughout the project. This complex infrastructure and information technology project highlights our ability to effectively bridge multiple disciplines in design, engineering, construction, and IT.