No financial terms were disclosed.
The city government has allotted $1.5 billion over the next four years for energy efficiency measures and building retrofits in order to realize its One City, Built to Last plan, Willdan said. The company said that it can deliver energy retrofits and projects including HVAC, lighting and domestic hot water upgrades.
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