Buyers Guide

Better than searching on the Internet. Easier to find than a business card.

Our Buyers Guide is a listing of products and services supplied by CASBO-associated businesses, organized within categories that match our 15 school business disciplines to make it easier than ever to find just what you need. We believe that how well you approach your job on a daily basis depends in part on having the best resources. If you have a budget, this is one resource that has your back!

 Cumming Corporation
 (303) 619-3721
For over 20 years, Cumming has provided value-added solutions that enable projects to be executed on time and within budget. Cumming provides a comprehensive suite of services – including project and cost management, scheduling, energy consulting, and more – that specifically addresses its clients' unique challenges, no matter the sector or project type.
 Kathleen Pratt
 (714) 708-4747
Schneider Electric enables California school districts to achieve their goals of energy savings, modernized facilities, and reduced operational costs. Our team is dedicated to helping districts find innovative funding solutions to reduce the burden of deferred maintenance and enhance the learning environment for their students.
 Ken Casey
 (949) 929-4650
As a leading independent provider of energy efficiency and renewable energy services in North America, Ameresco has a long history of partnering with K12 institutions to provide comprehensive energy efficiency, renewable energy and sustainability solutions. Ameresco’s services include upgrades to a facility’s energy infrastructure, renewable energy offerings, a suite of energy monitoring and information tools, and curriculum and student engagement programs. Projects are designed to maintain both fiscal responsibility and environmental stewardship.
 Bert Johnson
 (916) 988-8808
SitelogIQ is dedicated to the idea that an organization’s facilities play a crucial role in its success. Efficient, comfortable, and forward-thinking spaces all help organizations keep overhead costs down, improve productivity, and plan for a sustainable future. Since 1988, we have delivered projects for educational institutions from the Oregon border to San Diego. SitelogIQ is a Program Manager with in-house Planners, Architects, Professional Engineers, Project Managers, Construction Managers, Certified Energy Managers, and Commissioning Agents experienced and ready to help School Districts maximize their participation in the School Facility Program. Our goal is to create healthy, comfortable indoor environments.
 John Paul Jewell
 (415) 672.3014
ENGIE is a national energy infrastructure and building services company that helps education, government, commercial and industrial customers become more efficient, productive and sustainable. Customers benefit from our wide spectrum of highly customizable building system maintenance and facility management services, technical projects and integrated programs. Over the past 40 years, thousands of our customers have captured more than $2.7 billion in savings, while also improving the performance of their facilities in terms of reliability, safety, comfort and resource use.
 Tom Barentson
 (916) 769-4725
By holistically approaching a school district’s energy needs, Southland Energy offers long-term solutions for each stage of the building life cycle. Southland has helped many K-12 clients reduce operational costs, while improving the learning and teaching environment. In today’s dynamic education environment, it’s imperative to keep operational costs low in order to direct dollars to classrooms and students. Every dollar saved on utilities can be used for improvements that not only lower operating costs, but also provide cleaner, healthier and safer learning environments. Upgrades such as implementing new HVAC technologies and lighting solutions can help filter out common cold and flu viruses.
 Anastasia Beckett
 (949) 701-2774
Metrus provides Efficiency as a Service to its customers, accelerating the adoption of energy efficiency measures in the built environment by removing the barrier of initial capital outlay and treating efficiency as a resource.
 Michael Rochman
 (925) 609-1140
The School Project for Utility Rate Reduction (SPURR), a JPA, aggregates purchasing power for CA public agencies in procurement of solar energy and storage, electricity demand response, LEDs, telecommunications and networking, natural gas commodity supply, electricity commodity supply, and conservation. We aggregate buying power and add our decades of expertise to obtain the best available value for our hundreds of program participants.
 Bob Fletcher
 (916) 575-8888
Since 1980, Vanir Construction Management, Inc., has been one of the nation’s leading construction management firms. We provide full-service construction, program and project management. Our firm has been consistently ranked by Engineering News-Record a “Top 100 Construction Management firms” for over 25 years. By tailoring our services and teams, we exceed our clients' needs, budget and expectations in education, healthcare, justice, public buildings, water/wastewater, transportation and sustainability markets. Our industry-leading experts find solutions to guarantee project success. Vanir, a minority- and woman-owned firm, is headquartered in California with offices across the U.S.
 Sarah Tchechel
 (510) 282-0389
ForeFront Power is paving the way for public agencies to reap the benefits of clean, affordable solar and energy storage. A trusted partner in California for over a decade, we’ve helped schools and colleges save money and meet sustainability goals by taking control over their own energy procurement. Our innovative energy solutions, proven methodology, and trusted affiliates have made us a preferred provider of solar and storage to California’s public sector with over 200 MW of capacity delivered.