Historically, changes in technology, such as the development of the personal computer, or fuel source, such as the recent trends in natural gas, have dramatically changed the geography and function of a campus. How can a master plan maintain its relevancy over the life span of a site and be flexible enough to accommodate future modifications?
This presentation will cover the following:
- Day 1 build-out with flexible subsequent steps
- Utility consumption forecasting
- Timing capital expenditures to maximize benefits
- Use of life cycle cost analysis to compare build-out alternative
Sara Harari, Jacobs Engineering Group#Optimization #NorthAmerica #2016 #MasterPlanningandSystemDesign #Data #CampusEnergyConference #JacobsEngineering #ConferenceProceeding