Our list of clients we’ve partnered with in the past shows how varied our project sizes can truly be.
No company is too small, or too big, for Utilities Dynamics to help.
“To date, they [Utilities Dynamics] have completed retrofits in 100+ stores. The projects have met my expectations for costs and schedule… We are pleased with the results to date. Our plan is to engage UDI for more lighting projects in the future.”
“I have had the opportunity to work with Utilities Dynamics, Inc. for several years on multiple projects including the $25M University of Kentucky, $13M Hamilton County Ohio Phases 1A and 2 and the $5M Kentucky Community and Technical College System Northern Phase.
UDI has always demonstrated professionalism and quality workmanship, maintained construction schedules, and consistently demonstrated their willingness to collaborate with Ameresco as valuable team players.
I consider UDI a valuable partner and have a sincere desire to continue our relationship as we move forward with additional opportunities.”
“Undertaking a project this large was intimidating to say the least. We looked at many different companies to upgrade our dealership to LED lights. We chose Utilities Dynamics due to their competitive price, the overwhelming information they provided us, and their professionalism. It wasn’t long after we made the decision that their team began the installation. The Utilities Dynamics installation team was fast, professional, very knowledgeable.
We had a Kenergy representative in the dealership who said that out of their 10,000 clients, Champion Ford was #60 in revenue. With our new LEDs they expect us to drop to around the 7,000 mark. That’s great news for us!”
“Utilities Dynamics has been a very good partner for me. They have been able to find economic solutions to my problems and needs. There is a commitment from start to finish and is backed up by professional service. I would recommend them for your utility and lighting needs no matter where it is located at. Utilities Dynamics is truly a company that wants to do the right thing and not just score a sale.”
School and College Systems