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Dynamic Utility Master Planning Best Practices

08-15-2017 11:27

Summary

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

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Sara Harari, Jacobs Engineering Group



#Optimization #NorthAmerica #2016 #MasterPlanningandSystemDesign #Data #CampusEnergyConference #JacobsEngineering #ConferenceProceeding

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Sara Harari, Jacobs Engineering Group