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File #: 11-382    Version: 1 Name: Guaranteed Energy Savings Performance Contracting (GESPC) to Repair County Building Infrastructure, Phase 2- Revised list of County Buildings Recommended for a Technical Energy Audit
Type: Action Report Status: Signed
File created: 8/30/2011 In control: County Clerk
On agenda: Final action: 10/7/2011
Title: From the Director, Department of Transportation and Public Works, requesting authorization to prepare, review, approve, and execute all contract documents as required to hire Johnson Controls, Inc. (JCI), an Energy Services Company (ESCO) previously approved as qualified by the County Board, to conduct a Technical Energy Audit (TEA) for the buildings at the County Correctional Facility South (CCFS).
Attachments: 1. REPORT, 2. RESOLUTION, 3. FISCAL NOTE, 4. CB Resolution 04-267(a)(i), 5. Audio TPWT 09/14/11
Related files: INF 11-376, 12-442, 11-195
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From the Director, Department of Transportation and Public Works, requesting authorization to prepare, review, approve, and execute all contract documents as required to hire Johnson Controls, Inc. (JCI), an Energy Services Company (ESCO) previously approved as qualified by the County Board, to conduct a Technical Energy Audit (TEA) for the buildings at the County Correctional Facility South (CCFS).
 
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POLICY
The Director of Transportation and Public Works is requesting authorization to conduct a Technical Energy Audit (TEA) for the buildings at the County Correctional Facility South (CCFS).
BACKGROUND
In the July 2008 County Board cycle DTPW submitted to the TPW/T Committee a report that recommended which buildings should be considered as part of the 20% of all County buildings to be audited in 2009 for potential GESPC in keeping with the "Green Print" resolution.  DTPW requested proposal from the 3 qualified ESCOs to perform the Technical Energy Audits (TEA) in 2009.
In the September 2008 County Board cycle, the County Board approved a funding source for conducting the TEAs for the County-owned buildings listed in the report. Johnson Controls Inc. (JCI) performed TEAs at the Children's Court Center, Fleet Management and the Parks Administration building in addition to revisiting the ZOO.  AMERESCO performed TEAs at the Sports Complex in Franklin, the Boys & Girls Club in Sherman Park, Transit Fleet Maintenance and Administration, the Marcus Center, the Charles Allis and Villa Terrace Museums in addition to revisiting the King and Kosciuszko Community Centers, Washington Park Boat House, Wilson Park Ice Arena and the Noyes and Pulaski indoor pools.  Honeywell performed TEAs at the City Campus, the 5 Senior Centers and the 2 Wil-O-Way facilities in addition to revisiting the Courthouse and the Criminal Justice Facility.
Subsequently, a Phase 2 Guaranteed Energy Savings Performance Contract (GESPC) was awarded to Honeywell at the Courthouse Complex.  The work is nearing completion.  Also, a Phase 2 GESPC was awarded to JCI at the Children's Court Center and Fleet Management buildings on the County Grounds. The work is ongoing.  A Phase 2 GESPC is currently being negotiated with AMERESCO at the Sports Complex in Franklin, the Boys & Girls Club in Sherman Park, Transit Fleet Maintenance and Administration and the Wilson Park Ice Arena.
In March 2011, the County Board authorized DTPW to assign to JCI the TEA and development of a GESPC proposal for City Campus, the 5 Senior Centers and the 2 Wil-O-Way facilities based on JCI's excellent previous work at the Zoological Gardens and in order to expedite the implementation of Energy Conservation Measures (ECMs) at these other facilities.  The preliminary results of these TEAs have been submitted.  While there are energy savings to be achieved at each of the facilities, the portion of the GESPC proposal for City Campus does not meet the 10 year simple payback criteria used in borrowing the implementation funding.  Therefore DTPW would like to assign JCI to conduct a Technical Energy Audit (TEA) for the buildings at the County Correctional Facility South (CCFS).  Once the TEAs are complete, DTPW will submit a report to the County Board to request authorization to enter into GESPC contracts upon completion of the required "due diligence" by the Department of Administrative Services (DAS).       
The additional buildings at the County Correctional Facility South (CCFS) recommended in 2011 for a Technical Energy Audit (TEA) are as follows:
Administration and 600 and 400 Bed Dormitory Addition      288,000 square feet
      Dormitory Bldg. Boiler House                              116,707
      Training Academy                                      47,000
Surges Multi-Purpose Bldg.                                37,351
      Lotter Dormitory Bldg. (Annex)                          36,971
      Warehouse                                            13,326
      Industries Building                                        9,625
      Garage/Print Shop                                        5,500
      Miscellaneous Bldgs.                                      10,000
 
      Total Square Footage                                    564,480 square feet
 
RECOMMENDATION
The Director of the Department of Transportation and Public Works (DTPW) recommends adoption of a resolution authorizing DTPW to assign JCI to conduct a Technical Energy Audit (TEA) for the buildings at the County Correctional Facility South (CCFS).
Prepared by:  Gregory G. High
 
Approved by:
            
_____________________                  ______________________
Jack H, Takerian, Director                  Gregory G. High
Transportation & Public Works            Director, AE&ES Div., DTPW
      
cc:       County Executive Chris Abele
      George Aldrich, CEX Chief of Staff
John Schapekahm, Principal Assistant Corporation Counsel
Pam Bryant, Interim Fiscal & Budget Administrator, Admin. & Fiscal Affairs Division, DAS      
Sarah Jankowski,  Fiscal Mgt. Analyst, Admin. & Fiscal Affairs Division, DAS
Jon Priebe, Public Safety Fiscal Administrator, Office of the Sheriff