Autocase offers software and triple bottom line support for building designs that benefit the occupants, owners and the environment. Autocase for Buildings adds value to LEED and non-LEED projects.
Architects designing high performing building projects or pursuing LEED certification need to make the business case. Autocase compares the benefits and costs to the environment, occupants, and owner your building designs.
Make the case for LEED and/or secure extra LEED Pilot Credits just by running the software
Take advantage of dozens of regionally-specific values to cater the analysis to your building
Gain a better understanding of how your building decisions are affecting value for passengers, employees and the environment
Collaborate on your projects with colleagues or share results with clients with one click
LEED and TBL-CBA building projects
Analyze the effects of decisions regarding building energy systems, power procurement, daylighting and views, interior lighting, thermal comfort, indoor & outdoor water use, stormwater, etc.
Architecture is your vocation. Ours is economics. Our team of professional graduate-level economists have extensive experience with all kinds of building projects. Our team is a cost-effective alternative to an in-house economics group.
Our economists can make the business case for new building technologies
We provide economic support for project stakeholder meetings
We’ve already data collected the data for your city, automated the business case, and worked on similar projects
Allow us to make the case for the benefits to the owner, occupants, community, and environmental
A complex project can be costly and time consuming. Have our experienced economists take some of that burden
Tap into over $100 billion of expertise. Our economists have conducted economic analyses on architecture projects across a wide range of sectors
Retrofits mean working with constraints. Autocase allows you to easily compare different design options against each other by assessing the financial, occupant, community and environmental impacts in a common metric. Autocase helps you to justify valuable design initiatives and ensures that you can prioritize retrofit investments.
Our annual software licenses come with a range of training and economist support from minimal to extensive as needed. Our experts can support you leveraging our software, as well as develop custom analyses and bespoke analytics for all market sectors.
Resilient site design starts with effective management of airport stormwater. Apply TBL-CBA to the green infrastructure/low impact designs on your site. Autocase for Sites calculates the benefits and costs of best management practices (BMPs) that can clean stormwater, reduce flooding, clean the air, sequester carbon, and reduce air temperature.Learn More
Here’s how our everyone benefits from better buildings
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.See full case study
Leading AE firm, Dewberry, assesses the costs and benefits of their own headquarters renovationSee full case study
What's going on in our world...
My call to arms is that architects, engineers and other sustainability professionals need to gird themselves with the weapons of training and tools to run the numbers to avoid previous stimulus program mis-steps. Only then will we be able to make rational and informed decisions for the public good. The Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure is providing the venue and tools to help guide how to ensure projects are done right and that the right projects are done.Read
It’s been a long week. Our San Francisco office cheered us up with this: Your quarantine name = How you feel + what you last ate. See below for an introduction to some of the Autocase team’s pseudonyms.Read
Since the first method for evaluating building sustainability, in 1975, till today, more than six hundred methods have been developed. Now we are converging on one standard.Read