|Agency:||The New York State Contract Reporter|
|Type of Government:||State & Local|
|Posted:||Oct 30, 2019|
|Due:||Apr 22, 2020|
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The Buildings of Excellence Competition aims to accelerate the design, development, construction and operation of very low or zero carbon emitting buildings that are capable of withstanding increased risks and impacts from future climate change. NYSERDA seeks proposals for projects that reduce their energy consumption and per capita carbon emissions while increasing climate change resilience, including passive survivability, in a manner which can be replicated at scale. Selected projects are eligible to receive up to $1,000,000 in direct funding, as well as support for initiatives focused on broad marketing and public awareness.
The competition accepts proposals for projects that are in early or late design status. Proposers must demonstrate (1) how the project will generate interest in and demand for the construction of low carbon and climate-resilient advanced clean energy buildings, (2) their commitment to share information related to the project’s design, costs, and performance, which is expected to support decision-making processes employed to achieve the desired outcomes, and (3) architectural and urban design quality and innovation. Proposers must also demonstrate how their projects provide superior financial benefits for owners, and provide attractive, healthy, safe, and otherwise outstanding living environments for occupants. The competition intends to identify and select proposals for projects that demonstrate the greatest potential for success and replication.
The funding provided through the competition may be used in conjunction with other funding offered by NYSERDA and utilities service providers. However, proposers must review the rules of the other programs to determine if those funds are accessible in combination with funds offered by this competition.
For a submission to be eligible for the first round of the competition, the project identified in the proposal must incorporate multifamily occupancy as the primary use. Additionally, the project must be, or intend to be, located in one of the six investor-owned New York State electricity distribution companies and pay into the System Benefits Charge (SBC) at that site. Project eligibility is fuel-neutral; however, projects must demonstrate low-carbon attributes. The proposer must be the owner or developer and have the authority to select and direct all other members of the project team. The proposer must also clearly demonstrate the team selected has the capabilities to perform and successfully complete the proposed project as a multidisciplinary and integrated project delivery team. NYSERDA, at its sole discretion, determines a proposal’s eligibility for the competition.Due Date: 04/22/2020 3:00 PM
Contract Term: A minimum of two years following completion of construction and building occupancy.
Location: The project must be located in New York State, and in the service territory of one of the six investor-owned New York State electricity distribution companies.
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