September 09, 2016

Ecosystem Partners with William Floyd School District on $22M Contract

Ecosystem is the successful bidder of a Request for Proposals (RFP) with the William Floyd School District (WFSD) in Long Island, New York. The district’s board has given approval for Ecosystem to move forward with a comprehensive energy audit and design that will confirm the project scope.

In March 2016, an RFP was issued to solicit bids from qualified contractors to perform a district-wide implementation of energy conservation measures on a performance contracting basis. The district’s evaluation committee reviewed the proposals submitted and determined Ecosystem to be the “most competent, experienced and cost effective firm.”

Ecosystem serves as the design-build energy performance contractor and Tetra Tech is the district’s entrusted architectural firm that will play a key role in developing the design package and submittal process for State approvals and building permits.

“The Ecosystem team is excited about this partnership opportunity with WFSD and Tetra Tech,” said Ahmed Ibrahim, Ecosystem’s business development manager. “This award is a testament to the company’s customer-centric approach, and continued focus to deliver value through performance engineering as we have for many other clients in Long Island and the region.”

The 8 schools included in the WFSD project are:

  • John S. Hobart Elementary School, Shirley, NY
  • Moriches Elementary School, Moriches, NY
  • Tangier Smith Elementary School, Mastic Beach, NY
  • William Floyd Elementary School, Shirley, NY
  • Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School, Shirley, NY
  • William Paca Middle School, Mastic Beach, NY
  • William Floyd Middle School, Moriches, NY
  • William Floyd High School, Mastic Beach, NY

The comprehensive energy audit and design process starts immediately and will continue through early 2017. Once the final project scope is approved by the district’s board, the project will proceed under an energy performance contract.

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