BOND is a premier full-service construction management and general contracting company offering coordinated building and self-performing civil & utility services. As a key area of expertise, we are focused on INTEGRATING DISTRICT ENERGY SYSTEMS into existing facilities, new construction and comprehensive preconstruction and pre-planning. BOND ensures successful project outcomes that are safe, reliable and cost effective.
BOND has been working in the power & energy industry for many decades. Navigating todayâ€™s complex energy landscape takes expert leadership, investment in fast-developing technology and focused engagement. Our mission is to help our clients navigate through this complex environment and find solutions that achieve their energy and power goals now, and well into the future. BOND understands that power & energy is the lifeblood that enlivens campuses, hospitals, communities and urban districts.
Tim is responsible for leading BONDâ€™s District Energy market sector, with a focus on developing new strategies and integrated solutions that exceed client expectations. A licensed professional engineer, Tim has over 25 yearsâ€™ experience in the evolving power & energy industry, specializing in campus district heating, cooling and microgrids. He has also provided engineering and consulting services to the District Energy industry with CHA Consulting. Prior to that, Tim worked at Cornell University for over 22 years exclusively focused on their world-class district energy systems.
SYSTEM EXPERTS THAT DELIVER
WORLD-CLASS DISTRICT ENERGY PROJECTS
OUR DISTRICT ENERGY TEAM JOHN TURNER Project Executive, District Energy
NICK ANASTASI Sr. Superintendent
STEVE LIECHTI Sr. Project Manager
KURT MORNEAULT Assistant Project Manager
WILLIAM DALE BURR Sr. Project Manager
JESSE CONKLIN Sr. Project Manager
MANY STRENGTHS. ONE BOND. PAM BAILEY Project Manager
EVI MANDALOU Assistant Project Manager
MARK ROLLINS Superintendent
WILL ROSSI Project Manager
JEN CARLSON Assistant Project Manager
BO KOLOSKI Director, Client Services
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OUR DISTRICT ENERGY
Program Management Feasibility Assessments Design-Build Condition Assessments Technology Selection & Procurement Budgeting & Scheduling Laser Scanning & 3D Model Creation
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DISTRICT ENERGY AT A GLANCE BOND has been working in the power & energy industry for many decades. However, energy generation, delivery and resources are continually undergoing transformation. Resiliency and sustainability are also becoming key factors that must be addressed as the landscape evolves. As this market continues to develop and our clientsâ€™ requirements change, BOND continues to position itself to meet the expanding needs of our clients. With Tim Peer, P.E. spearheading BONDâ€™s District Energy focus, we will provide enhanced and additional integrated solutions to assist clients through the entire life cycle of their projects.
THE FUTURE OF DISTRICT ENERGY & POWER GENERATION Navigating today’s complex energy landscape takes expert leadership, investment in fast-developing technology and focused engagement. BOND understands that power & energy is the lifeblood that enlivens campuses, hospitals, communities and urban districts. It’s also an ever-changing landscape, with a variety of fuel types and renewable energy sources. Our mission is to help our clients navigate through this complex environment and find solutions that achieve their energy and power goals now and well into the future. DISTRICT ENERGY SOLUTIONS BOND’s construction of district heating and cooling systems improves energy efficiency, reliability and maximizes cost efficiency for our clients. District energy systems produce steam, hot water, chilled water and/or electricity at a central plant and then distributes them underground to individual buildings within a specific district. These systems provide cost-effective, reliable energy to the districts or campuses they serve.
SOLUTIONS Central Energy Plants Chiller/Boiler Upgrades
Cogeneration/Trigeneration Thermal Distribution Piping Micro-grid Integration On-Site Water Reuse Facilities
DISTRICT ENERGY SERVICES PROGRAM MANAGEMENT
PROGRAM MANAGEMENT The experienced professionals at BOND can provide comprehensive program management and consulting services for district heating, district cooling and micro-grid systems. BOND’s team has extensive experience related to engineering, energy master planning and central plant operations. This diverse expertise can be put to work for a concept through completion approach to project delivery or to develop operational refinements to improve performance. The goal of this program is to achieve operational excellence and meet the Owner’s goals of safety, reliability and efficiency. BOND’s services are specifically tailored to the client’s needs and desired outcomes. The goal is to determine which strategic investments and improvements are needed to achieve operational excellence, then assist the owner to implement and validate the supporting projects. The service offerings can include, but are not limited to, the following:
CAPITAL PROJECTS: • Preconstruction Services • Project Controls • Design Build • Construction Management (@Risk, Agency CM) • General Contracting • Start-Up & Commissioning OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE: • Utility Expense Analysis & Procurement Support • Environmental Health & Safety Training • Training Program Development • Operating Procedure Development • O&M Readiness Programs • Condition Assessments • Deferred Maintenance Planning SUPPORT SERVICES: • Feasibility Studies • Project Management • Consulting & Technical Oversight • Site Assessments & Evaluations • 3D Laser Scanning & Logistic Planning • Permitting Support • Technical Consulting & 3rd Party Reviews • Asset Management Programs • Capital Plan Estimating & Development • Procurement & Materials Management • QA/QC Plan Development & Oversight • Start-Up Supervision • Manufacturer Inspections & Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT) Oversight • Facilitation of 3rd Party & Alternative Financing Options • Commissioning Plans
DISTRICT ENERGY SERVICES FEASIBILITY ASSESSMENTS The experienced professionals at BOND can provide initial feasibility assessments, analysis and conceptual designs for steam, chilled water and combined heat & power (CHP) projects. These range from central plant upgrades, renewal and analysis of CHP alternatives to upgrades and expansion of thermal or electrical distribution systems. The BOND approach is to develop early concept
level budgets and schedules that are truly representative of the technical options being considered. Couple this with BONDâ€™s working knowledge and relationships with the gas and electric utilities and our ability to bring a level of realism to the early feasibility analysis provides critical insight to support sound decision-making. The BOND approach mitigates risks associated with future
FINANCIAL • Capital Cost Estimating • Utility Expense Analysis • Operations & Maintenance Costs Assessments • Operational Modeling Comparing Options with Financial Metrics (SPB, NPV, ROI) • Monte Carlo Simulations (@RISK Modeling) • Research & Application Writing for Financial Incentive Programs MECHANICAL • Energy Curve Development & Analysis • Load Growth Forecasting, Scenario Development & Firm Capability Analysis • Heat & Mass Balance Assessments (Thermoflex Modeling) • Preliminary Equipment Lists & Specifications • Preliminary Concept Drawings Including: Process Flow Diagrams, P&IDs & General Arrangements • Fuel Assessments SITE / CIVIL • Preliminary Cut, Fill & Grading Plans • Preliminary Structural Design Criteria • Preliminary Structural & Foundation Review or Design • Site Access & Construction Staging Review
budget or schedule unforeseen related to the Owner’s selected technology option. BOND can also deliver the selected technology option via a design/build arrangement. This method provides a focused management process around project risks while obtaining a competitive solicitation for the major cost centers. The BOND team has staff with extensive experience related to engineering,
ELECTRICAL • Review of Utility Interconnection Process • Preliminary Short Circuit & Utility Impact Analysis (ETAP Modeling) • Preliminary Protection & Coordination Review • Preliminary Equipment Lists & Specifications • Preliminary Concept Drawings Including: Single Line Diagrams, Controls • Architecture & General Arrangements PERMITTING & SUPPORT • Conceptual Project Schedule • Existing Conditions Assessment • Zoning & Local Ordinance Review • Photo Simulations for Visual Impact Analysis • Work Sequencing Simulations for Traffic or Operational Impact Analysis • CHP Emission Reduction Summary • Preliminary Emission Rates & Preliminary Air Permitting Review
energy master planning and central plant operations. Having this significant depth of engineering and operational experience on the team conducting the early feasibility analysis is invaluable to sound decision-making. BOND has the right team and experience to assist you with charting your energy future.
DISTRICT ENERGY SERVICES DESIGN-BUILD The experienced professionals at BOND can provide Design-Build (DB) delivery for steam, chilled water and combined heat & power projects. District energy and central plant related projects are not simple construction undertakings. They require a specialized team with the right skills and experience to ensure a seamless transition within the operating facility. Our team has a focused expertise on managing the critical components of these
projects thus allowing the customer to stay focused on their core business needs. The BOND team will design, build and commission any central plant project including chillers, boilers, CHP (combustion turbine, steam turbine, or reciprocating engine) while the customer stays focused on their job. Our team understands the complexity of these projects. We have in-depth knowledge
NECESSARY STEPS FOR A SUCCESSFUL DESIGN-BUILD APPROACH
of the operations, engineering design, utility interconnections, environmental & local permitting, regulatory issues, fuel sourcing, construction and commissioning. The DB project delivery model is best suited for customers who want a single point of contact for the project. The BOND approach is a disciplined process to develop, design and deliver projects on an expedited delivery schedule. This will allow the operational savings to be realized much earlier than alternative project delivery methods. The BOND process ensures consistent oversight and careful monitoring of quality, cost and, schedule. ENGINEERING BOND has worked with the premier engineering firms in this field and can solicit the design services competitively or work with the Ownerâ€™s incumbent engineer. Our approach is to select the right engineering team based on their current workload, project location and any specialized requirements of the Owner or interconnecting utility company. EQUIPMENT BOND has a solid working relationship with the major equipment suppliers. Our team will work with the owner to obtain a competitive price from their pre-selected equipment suppliers or
conduct a competitive solicitation process to ensure client satisfaction. SUBCONTRACTORS BOND maintains an extensive list of prequalified subcontractors. This ensures a competitive solicitation using construction partners that have the bandwidth to support the work and live up to the BOND standards of quality and performance. BOND will also work with the Owner to prequalify bidders from their pool of trusted subcontractors. Using this project delivery method, BOND will provide the Owner with market competitive construction management services. In this case, BOND is responsible for managing all aspects of detail design and construction while ensuring the Ownerâ€™s goals in terms of quality, scope, cost and schedule are met. For the customer, this process will: 1. Reduce project risk 2. Deliver predictable results 3. Allow the customer to stay focused on their core business Projects can be completed open book or with a GMP. As shown on the chart of typical cost centers, the sole-sourced component of the work is relatively small. This factor will be countered with the savings associated with a faster project delivery.
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INDICATIVE SCALE OF THE DIFFERENT COST CENTERS FOR A TYPICAL CHP PROJECT EQUIPMENT PROCUREMENT MECHANICAL WORK CONTINGENCY CM WITH FEE ENGINEERING SITE/CIVIL WORK ELECTRICAL WORK
HARVARD FACULTY OF ARTS & SCIENCES
Central Northwest Laboratories Central Energy Plant
contract value $29 million (cep)
CM AT RISK
rmf engineering (cep)
BOND provided preconstruction and construction management for a new 500,000 SF science building which included dry, wet, teaching and physics laboratories; seminar rooms; collections facilities; and a central energy plant (CEP). Prior to the start of building construction, BOND completed an extensive enabling phase with underground utilities. BOND oversaw a costsaving and innovative “up-down” construction methodology to accelerate the schedule by mining four below-grade stories in conjunction with the construction of four above-grade stories. Located on a tight urban site adjacent to a residence hall required extensive vibration monitoring, careful coordination of utility cut-overs and a detailed plan to dispose of contaminated soils.
Allston District Energy Facility & Energy Distribution Systems
MILLION contract value
rmf engineering (cep)
CM AT RISK
BOND has been selected to implement a District Energy Facility (DEF) with distribution systems in support of Harvard Universityâ€™s expansion of campus energy systems in Allston, Mass. The 60,000 sf facility will include hot water boilers and Combined Heat and Power (CHP) to supply the Low Temperature Hot Water (LTHW) distribution system. Chilled Water (CW) is supplied by high efficiency electric centrifugal chillers and includes stratified thermal storage. The scope of work includes the LTHW, CW and 13.8 kV electrical distribution systems for the campus. The entire system is designed and constructed for resiliency and severe weather events.
REALITY CAPTURE | VIRTUAL DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION | MEP SERVICES
INTEGRATED SERVICES START WITH THE END IN MIND.
BOND’s Integrated Services model is a collaborative approach that combines the latest technology innovations with the brightest teams to manage a project’s entire life-cycle.
Develop Logistics Plans Supported by Model Renderings, 4D Timeline Simulations and Critical Pick Rigging Animations Conduct Constructability Peer Reviews Provide Laser Scanning Services that Create Accurate As-Built Models of Existing Conditions Evaluate Installation Accuracy with use of Hololens Augmented Reality, BIM Box and BIM 360 Field Resolve Spatial Conflicts and Constructability Issues Provide Solution-Based Clash Detection Manage â€œSupplementalâ€? Revit Model to Enhance the Detail of the Coordination Long Lead Equipment Validation Touch QA/QC Technology for Real-Time Analytics and Metrics (Accessed in the Field on iPads) Deliver Long-Term Operations & Maintenance (O&M) Ready Facilities
LAHEY HOSPITAL & MEDICAL CENTER Combined Heat & Power Facility
$12 MILLION contract value
DESIGN-BUILD bondâ€™s services
Under a design-build arrangement, BOND constructed this 3 MW facility powered by a Caterpillar G260-12 3 MW engine. The generator is fueled by natural gas from the local distribution utility and housed in the new 4,800 SF addition. The system generates both steam and hot water in the energy recovery systems. To increase the resiliency of the system, BOND also installed a new custom main NSTAR switchgear station. This allows the facility to respond to loss of power and switch from redundant grid feeds to self contained island mode. An intensive logistics plan was developed to minimize disruption to an operational health facility with 4,000 visits a day.
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MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Central Utility Plant Upgrade
MILLION contract value
CM AT RISK
BOND is delivering this significant project which includes 42MW of CHP which is based on two Solar Titan 250 combustion turbines with Hamon Deltak Heat Recovery Steam Generators (HRSG). Included is a 90,000 gallon basement/ below grade fuel storage capacity, new high pressure gas service, gas compressors and a 2 MW diesel generator. The plant has black start and campus islanding capability. The entire system is designed and constructed for resiliency and severe weather events. BOND also provided preconstruction services.
BOND uses LEAN construction strategies on all projects as a means to minimize costs and maximize value. This process challenges each project stakeholder to develop, and apply, better ways to manage the construction process.
ELIMINATE WASTE. ADD VALUE.
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Central Utility Plant Expansion / Boiler and Deaerator Upgrade
$13 MILLION contract value
rmf engineering da upgrade
power engineers boiler
CM AT RISK
This project included the installation of a new 100,000 pound per hour boiler, new deaerator as well as a 5,000 sf addition to house the new equipment. Located within a tight urban site, abutting the existing CUP, nearby railroad and parking lot slated for future construction, the new building required creative planning and coordination. To address this, BOND developed a pre-task analysis & coordination plan which was documented in the teamâ€™s tablet-based BIM360 software. Through close collaboration with MIT, BOND delivered a logistics plan that facilitated the safe delivery of the equipment without incident.
MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Chiller Plant Expansion, Chiller #9 & #10
$30 MILLION contract value
CM AT RISK
BOND constructed a new 60,000 sf addition housing two new 2,500 ton electric chillers, two cooling towers, an elevated common 200,000 gallon condenser water sump and electrical switchgear room. The new steel frame addition spans an active railroad requiring significant advanced planning and intensive mitigation and safety planning. Another challenge was the installation of equipment while maintaining an uninterrupted supply. Building Information Modeling (BIM) was utilized to plan for the building construction over the active rail line but also the installation of the equipment into the structure.
BOND considers protecting every person within or near the construction site its foremost priority. No priority overrules safety at any time. We integrate safety into our construction planning and activities. This is represented by
OUR 2017 - 2018 EMR RATING OF .68
SAFETY FORWARD BEST PRACTICES.
UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS BOSTON
Central Utility Plant Upgrade / Campus-Wide Utility Corridor
MILLION contract value
bvh integrated services
CM AT RISK
BOND upgraded the Central Utility Plant (CUP) and replaced the utility distribution systems for the entire campus. The CUP upgrade included state-of-the-art controls. The energy distribution systems are being upgraded in quality and size to deliver the energy demands of existing and future planned buildings. Systems include: hot water, chilled water, domestic water, sanitary sewer, fire protection, fiber optic network wiring and electrical services. Selective upgrades to gas, sanitary and storm drainage are also included. The construction program necessitates extensive planning and coordination with campus operations.
DISTRICT ENERGY CAPABILITIES / SERVICES BOND is not just a construction management firm. Our District Energy Division offers a team of professionals that has integrated the core strengths of the BOND construction management philosophy into years of experience constructing, commissioning, operating and maintaining utility (district energy) systems. With extensive college, university and healthcare experience, we understand the difficulties and nuisances of constructing and operating these types of facilities| in those environments. At BOND we put that experience to work for our clients.
BONDâ€™S KEYS TO SUCCESS
Incorporate operations and maintainability into design reviews Integrate specific commissioning requirements in the design Customize schedules that incorporate tasks that are unique to energy systems Budgets that include trades, vendors and specialty contractors required to construct, pre-test and commission utility grade mechanical, electrical and controls systems Collaborate with the critical constituencies such as the interconnecting utility, permitting & approval agencies and fuel suppliers Logistics plans that incorporate the challenges of working in operating, mission-critical facilities Work with the plant operations and maintenance staff to incorporate their institutional knowledge and expertise Understand and analyze future expansion needs in the initial equipment sizing and subsequent design reviews Outline the project turnover requirements early in a manner that supports and seamlessly integrates into the long-term needs of the client Support the project after turnover to the owner with ongoing operator training and support as may be desired
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edward a. bond, jr., chief executive officer robert c. murray, president
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thomas c. baillie, executive vice president, c&u division richard small, chief financial officer
paul james, sr. vice president, risk management
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total program $1,000,000,000
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