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... 17 An effective starting place for an airport operator to integrate environmental sustainability into contracts is where the greatest return on effort exists. In this context, this would be where environmental sustainability performance can be maximized through the scope of the contract.
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... 18 Department, under Building Ordinance, must incorporate the following requirement for airport capital projects at Hartsfield– Jackson Atlanta International Airport: "Facilities and buildings over 5,000 gross square feet of occupied space or two million dollars total project cost shall at a minimum incorporate sustainable design criterion as defined by this article. Design and project management teams are required to meet LEED Silver rating level [33–38 points -- Ord.
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... 19 Concessionaire shall use compostable service ware along with consumer facing packaging and source separate all food service wastes for direct transport to off-airport composting facilities .
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... 20 over a long contract period, it is important that the airport operator negotiate for more in terms of contract value. For a contract to deliver maximum value to the airport operators, interviewees offered the following ideas: • Flexible contract language -- Contractors and suppliers are typically the subject matter experts for the contract they are in competition to win.
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... 21 for all. Performance can be measured on a monthly basis through the achievement of Key Performance Measures or Key Performance Indicators.
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... 22 tial energy audit through long-term monitoring and verification of project savings. – Comprehensive measures -- ESCO tailors a comprehensive set of measures to fit the needs of a particular facility and can include energy efficiency, renewables, distributed generation, water conservation, and sustainable materials and operations.

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