Autocase can help with that
Resiliency and sustainability cost more in the short run but climate change and engaged citizens demand longer-term value-based decision making. Triple Bottom Line value ensures community, environmental and financial concerns are addressed. Autocase provides the Triple Bottom Line Cost Benefit Analysis (TBL-CBA) balance to plan and design high performing buildings and resilient and sustainable sites.
Resilient city design starts with effective stormwater management. Autocase for Sites calculates the benefits & costs of best management practices that can clean stormwater, reduce flooding, clean the air, and more.
Model 25+ land use and stormwater BMPs Model the impacts for 25+ stormwater design options, including bioretention, swales, and permeable pavement
Rely on regional defaults or override them with inputs of your choosing
Repeatedly run and refine the business case from early planning through detailed design
See results in risk-adjusted dollars, and account for uncertainty using the software’s Monte Carlo simulation of low/expected/high ranges
Compare and collaborate on your projects with others
Build resilient stormwater management into your designs
Cities planning high performing building projects or pursuing LEED certification need to make the business case. Autocase for Buildings compares the benefits and costs to the environment, community, and occupants of building designs.
Analyze effects of decisions regarding building energy systems, power procurement, daylighting and views, interior lighting, thermal comfort, water use, stormwater, etc.
Make the case for LEED and/or secure extra LEED Pilot Credits just by running the software.
Collaborate on your projects with colleagues or share results with clients with one click.
Gain a better understanding of how your building decisions are affecting value for passengers, employees and the environment
LEED and TBL-CBA building projects
Take advantage of dozens of regionally-specific values to cater the analysis to your airport
Triple Bottom Line Cost Benefit Analysis (TBL-CBA) provides an objective, transparent, and defensible business case framework that goes beyond least cost to best value. With TBL-CBA your city-wide or site project can be designed to be resilient, sustainable and high-performing -- providing benefits to residents, the environment, and the financial bottom line.
Because we believe our success, is your success
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.
Our team of experiences consultants have completed economic analyses on over $50 billion worth of projects and grant applications. We have worked across all types of city projects from city-wide prioritization of tens of thousands of stormwater management sites to green roof policies and most everything in between.Leverage our experts
Trusted by top AEC firms, Governments and Fortune 500 companies
Autocase assists the City of Pittsburgh in conducting Triple Bottom Line Cost Benefit Analysis (TBL-CBA) as part of its“Green First Plan”.See full case study
The professional economists who support Autocase® calculate the environmental, social, and economic benefits of the alternatives for ownership of a landfill gas upgrading facility for the City of Vancouver.See full case study
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