A public private partnership (P3) consortium, made up of a builders, architects, engineers, investors and others are often led by construction companies. This new breed of master builders need to understand the value of a P3 bid to all of the project stakeholders. The best way to do this is with Triple Bottom Line Cost Benefit Analysis.
Resilient construction practices starts with effective management of site stormwater. Autocase for Sites calculates the benefits and costs of BMPs that can clean stormwater, reduce flooding, clean the air, sequester carbon, and reduce air temperature.
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
Construction of high performing building projects -- LEED certified or otherwise -- need to make the business case. Autocase for Buildings compares the benefits and costs to the environment, building occupants, and owner of competing building alternatives.
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
A construction firm’s new lead role in P3’s means that while they use to just build, now they manage architecture firms, engineers, designers, operators, as well as the people holding the purse strings. To win a P3 contract the new master builder must understand what is of value to the owner. That is, they need to have a deep understanding of the public value of the project. They also need to make sure that the designs being proposed are in line with what the public/owner wants as well as what is financially beneficial for the consortium as the operator. Managing the multiple bottom lines of different stakeholders requires a TBL-CBA perspective. TBL-CBA, can be used to choose the right projects, provide the information to make them acceptable to stakeholders, and help ensure that they are designed and built in an optimal fashion.
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