Cost-justify smarter building and site designs

Efficiently create business cases to optimize capital investments and construction

Autocase is the market leader for TBL-CBA software

Triple bottom line cost benefit analysis for buildings and infrastructure

Autocase for Buildings

Understand the long-term financial, social, and environmental impacts from capital investments to prioritize projects, shape design, and engage stakeholders around value drivers such as improved health and productivity of occupants, energy savings and renewable generation, water conservation, passenger experience, and broader community co-benefits.

Autocase for Sites

Provide cost-effective, sustainable, and resilient stormwater management, watershed/sewershed, and land planning solutions for your project or client by incorporating social, environmental, and financial value into the design and stakeholder outreach process.

Industry leaders use Autocase

Trusted by top AEC firms, Governments and Fortune 500 companies

To be sustainable and resilient, airports need to choose the most effective and cost-efficient investments. In order to accomplish this, Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson airport (ATL) needed the right tools and support.

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Leading AE firm, Dewberry, assesses the costs and benefits of their own headquarters renovation

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June 26, 2019

High Performance and Resilient Buildings and Sites: Best Practices and How to Overcome Obstacles

The New York City Autocase Advisory Group (AAG) meeting brought together a diverse mix of professionals across multiple disciplines to discuss sustainability and resilience in both New York and North America at large.

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April 23, 2019

I Love Buildings

Great buildings like Notre-Dame de Paris have inspired us at Autocase to commit to do good and great things. Buildings play important roles in our lives.

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April 21, 2019

Vogons, Intergalactic Highways, and Who Benefits?

TBL-CBA can shine a light into who benefits and who doesn’t. While its probably too much to ask the Vogons to use it, it is not over the top to ask our governments to.

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