February 19th, 2019

usd 480 logoELLY GRIMM • Leader & Times


Monday evening will prove busy for the USD 480 school board, with both a workshop and regular meeting scheduled for that night, both which will take place at the Education Services Center at 624 N. Grant. 

The workshop is scheduled for 5 p.m. and will concern discussion of performance contracting. 

“Energy Solutions Professionals’ team appreciates the opportunity to have been of service to USD 480. We view the Investment Grade Audit (IGA) as the technical and financial corner-stone for effective facility planning,” a memo in the agenda information noted. “The IGA for USD 480 was intended to identify all potential fast-payback energy-saving opportunities, and to evaluate much-needed facility upgrades. A primary goal of the audit was to identify energy saving opportunities which, if installed, would enable USD 480 to redirect funds from the utility company to investment in your students and facilities. The objective was to identify an economically viable approach to reducing operating costs, improve the learning environment, address critical infrastructure issues and positively impact the global environment. The measures recommended for inclusion in a comprehensive energy and facility improvement project would address all of these issues. Many audits tend to focus solely on energy, technical and financial parameters. However, we purposely take a more holistic view that includes understanding your needs and the concerns of your administration and board of education.”

The audit provides the basis from which decisions can be made which will impact your operating costs, comfort, and the environment for many years, the memo noted. 

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