The AECOM team was commissioned by University of California, Merced to assist them in the formulation of a new Public Private Partnership procurement process for a 1.2 million campus expansion that included student housing, new academic buildings and additional student life facilities.
This effort involved the development of the programmatic needs, technical, and energy performance requirements of the proposed campus expansion. The energy effort included the initial energy performance benchmarks beyond code compliance, development of energy strategy to serve growing demand, along with the development of the proposed contractual pain share / gain share methodology that would be leveraged over the 30-year concession period to ensure that the proposed facilities are operating at optimal performance.
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