C.T. MALE ASSOCIATES
Engineering, Surveying, Architecture & Landscape Architecture, P.C.
50 Century Hill Drive, Latham, NY 12110 518.786.7400 FAX 518.786.7299 firstname.lastname@example.org
Architecture & Building Systems Engineering
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February 25, 2014 Mr. Ralph Swenson, P.E. City Engineer City of Kingston Kingston City Hall 420 Broadway Kingston, NY 12401
Regarding: City of Kingston Street Lighting Energy Analysis Proposal
Dear Mr. Swenson: C.T. Male Associates Engineering, Surveying, Architecture & Landscape Architecture, P.C. (C.T. Male Associates) is pleased to provide to you this proposal for Energy Services to analyze your existing street lights in the City of Kingston. The City is looking for opportunities to reduce the significant operating and energy costs associated with them. As we understand it, the City of Kingston has approximately 2,421 street lighting fixtures. That total is made up by three distinct groups. 1,995 fixtures that are owned and maintained by Central Hudson Gas & Electric (utility), 335 that are owned by the City and maintained by the utility and 91 that are owned and maintained by the City and there may be others that will be identified during this study. The following scope of work was developed after discussions with you and your Team and we believe it will accomplish the goals you desire.
Scope of Services
Meet with the City and utility to confirm project goals, initiate the project and have periodic reviews. We anticipate a maximum of three meetings for this. 2.
Coordinate with the City to develop a schedule of existing fixture types including style, lamp type (high pressure sodium, mercury vapor, etc.), lamp wattage, etc. and the current number of street lights owned or operated by the City. This will be provided by the City to C.T. Male Associates in editable Microsoft Excel format. 3.
Work with the utility, Central Hudson, and energy service provider to calculate annual operational costs for each fixture type based on tariff agreement. Identify opportunity to reduce or eliminate these operational costs based on new fixture installation.