Energy Performance Contracts (EPCs) offer an innovative solution to finance critical infrastructure improvements through a budget-neutral solution with no out-of-pocket costs. But all too often, districts are wary of executing EPCs in unison with capital bond projects. During these challenging times, districts are overwhelmed and need guidance to understand and manage capital bond funding and EPCs. That’s why CSArch and The ECG Group developed a strategic partnership.
The fallout from COVID-19 has left many school districts faced with a new reality: increased operational costs, uncertain funding, and a heightened moral imperative to provide the safest, healthiest learning environments for their students. In response to these challenges, CSArch and The ECG Group are proud to announce a newly-formed strategic partnership.
“Our partnership with CSArch, one of the leading PK-12 Architecture Design firms in New York State, provides us with a whole-building approach to better help school districts from day one of a project. This results in a more collaborative process, ensuring that EPCs are seamlessly integrated into our mutual clients’ overall capital project goals.”
“An integrated approach, tackling two initiatives at the same time, when done well, saves time and money by utilizing an EPC as part of a capital improvement project. Our expertise in New York State Building Aid, combined with The ECG Group’s specialization in controlling EPCs, provides our clients with a streamlined process to realize maximum value through EPCs, as well as an innovative, fiscally responsible approach to funding capital improvements district-wide.”
“CSArch and ECG have worked collaboratively and strategically to help our district move toward bringing the best designed and most cost-effective projects before our voters. Every step of the way, ECG has listened to the needs of the district through the process of RFP and ESCO selection. We have been well-served by their collaboration and professionalism.”