California Energy Commission Seeks LEED Accredited Professional Firm

May 29, 2014
The California Energy Commission seeks a LEED Accredited Professional consulting firm to help make its headquarters an energy efficiency showcase.

The California Energy Commission seeks a LEED Accredited Professional consulting firm to evaluate the commission’s headquarters building located at 1516 Ninth Street, Sacramento, California.

The consulting firm will help the commission develop and implement a LEED Existing Building: Operations and Maintenance plan to achieve a certification level of at least Silver. The commission envisions the transformation of its building from a solid performer into one of the most resource-efficient buildings in California. Commission also wants the building to be a showcase for energy and green innovation.

The deadline for proposals is June 27.

There will be one pre-bid conference; participation in this meeting is optional but encouraged. It will be held at 10 a.m., June 3 in the California Energy Commission Hearing Room A, 1516 9th Street, Sacramento, CA:
The Conference also will be broadcast via WebEx. Go to https://energy.webex.com and enter the meeting number: 920 893 321.The meeting password is welcome@123.

More information is available here.

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