Who we are

Intelligent Conservation Systems, Inc. (ICS) is the leading provider of intelligent water conservation solutions. We provide and install state-of-the-art, innovative systems that have proven track records in both performance and savings. While developing a custom solution for each of our customers, we completely evaluate all water use within a facility to provide a comprehensive water conservation plan. We specialize in retrofitting existing systems thereby saving the cost of a completely new installation.

Right from the start, our team works with each of our customers to assess every facility’s needs to determine the most advantageous solution. As a project moves forward, we provide flexible financing options, allowing facilities to immediately benefit financially. Our installations produce immediate water and cost savings and deliver an impressive return on investment with short payback periods; coupled with lower ongoing maintenance costs, the savings continue year after year.

While we can provide water conservation solutions for various facility types, we currently specialize in correctional facilities. With over 13 years of experience in correctional facilities working both as a subcontractor to Energy Service Corporations (ESCOs) and directly with city, county, state, and federal governments spanning all security levels (I-V / pre-release to maximum). With solutions provided for over 100 facilities, ICS is the qualified leader in installations of correctional water conservation systems.

Our people

Chris
Peterson

Vice President of Construction

Mr. Peterson is responsible for overseeing all construction projects, bringing with him over 35 years of project management and plumbing expertise. Before joining ICS, he spent 15 years as President and CEO of a large Central Florida plumbing company overseeing all aspects of the company, including their commercial division. Prior to which he also worked 15 years as a senior project manager for a premier commercial construction company.

Mr. Peterson received a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Building Science from Auburn University, where he also competed on an NCAA Division 1 swim team. He holds a number of professional licenses, including Class A Certified General Contractor and Certified Plumbing Contractor in multiple states.

Adam
Kane

National Sales Manager

Mr. Kane is responsible for the sales and development of all projects across the U.S. He brings with him vast experience in water and energy conservation from his work throughout the correctional industry. Prior to joining ICS, he served as an account manager for I-CON Systems, managing over 400 regional accounts. Prior to joining I-CON, he spent six years as a manager of a Fortune 500 rent-a-car company in Orlando, where his stores grew their business at a record rate while bringing in substantial profits.

Mr. Kane attended the University of Central Florida where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration with a minor in Communications.

Mike
Campbell

Project Developer / Engineer

Mr. Campbell specializes in all phases of project development for water, energy, and fuel conservation measures. These areas include onsite customer meetings, preliminary to investment grade audits, fixture design, savings analyses, pre-construction M&V and consumption studies. He has developed water conservation systems for correctional and commercial projects at the county, state, and federal levels, and is proficient in the IPC and UPC.

Mr. Campbell attended the University of Central Florida and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in energy systems. While in college, he worked at a local school system as a maintenance technician and gained valuable troubleshooting experience with plumbing, HVACR, and electrical systems. In addition, he obtained years of facility management experience which required the daily coordination of internal and contracted staff, as well as volunteer workers.

Steve
Musso

Project Developer

Mr. Musso has been involved in all phases of development of water, energy, and fuel conservation analysis. These areas include onsite customer meetings, preliminary to investment grade audits, fixture design, water savings analyses, and pre-construction M&V and consumption studies. He has developed water conservation systems for correctional projects at the county, state, and federal levels.

Mr. Musso attended the University of Central Florida where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in mechanical systems. While attending college, he worked with general contractors and certified electricians where he gained valuable troubleshooting knowledge of general construction concepts and plumbing and electrical system applications.