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Facilities Management

Central Plant Replacement


Meridiam-led consortium and its partner NORESCO (together known as “Bulldog Infrastructure Group”) have been selected as the developer for a 33-year public-private partnership (P3) project to modernize and maintain Fresno State’s central utility infrastructure system.

As part of the modernization project, Bulldog Infrastructure Group will implement renewable energy generation and energy conservation measures, with a target to provide significant energy savings to Fresno State during the 33-year contract, with more than 30% of energy savings expected in the first year of operation.   

A full website is coming soon that will provide further information as the project progresses, as well as list opportunities for involvement to the larger campus community.

See Updated Construction Impacts

Scholarships and Internships


NORESCO is pleased to announce the two scholarships awarded for the 2021-2022 Academic Year:

  • Outstanding Technical Achievement in Energy Efficiency
    Rebecca Allen | Major: Water Resources & Environmental Engineering
  • Outstanding Achievement in Community Outreach, Education, and Promotion of Energy Efficiency
    Sydney Fox | Major: Biochemistry

NORESCO is pleased to announce the six internships awarded for Fall 2021:

  • Marketing & Communications Intern
    Marcela Hernandez
    Academic Year: Senior | Major: Business Marketing 
  • Project Documentation Intern
    Eslam Dandini
    Academic Year: Junior | Major: Business Marketing
  • Website Content Curator Intern
    Jose Flores
    Academic Year: Senior | Major: Business Marketing
  • Engineering Intern
    Andrew Raymond
    Academic Year: Senior | Major: Mechanical Engineering
  • Construction Management Intern
    Patrick Hernandez
    Academic Year: Senior | Major: Construction Management
  • Human Behavior Energy Audit Intern
    Arlo Liang
    Academic Year: Graduate Student | Major: General Experimental Psychology