When Nashville’s airport needed to update their Sustainability Master Plan, Wilmot leveraged extensive local experience to identify partnerships and funding sources to improve the original plan.
Wilmot saved the city over $500,000 by recycling C&D debris during the construction of the Titans football stadium.
Nashville Metro Water Services makes sustainability a priority at its five facilities. Wilmot was tasked with measuring the impact of those improvements at the Central Wastewater Treatment Plant and identified $493M in community benefits.
Wilmot partnered with Nashville International Airport as part of their master planning effort to inform sustainability considerations and analyze waste reduction opportunities. Wilmot used the triple bottom line to evaluate airport expansion layout alternatives.
Wilmot studied and monetized the triple bottom line impacts of the Let’s Move Nashville transportation plan, helping to effectively communicate the plan and its benefits to Nashville residents.
What happens when you spend $14M to fix sewer lines that included manholes underneath houses? Wilmot was contracted to found out.
What happens when a major water line breaks? Wilmot’s triple bottom line analysis and economic impact analysis helped Nashville’s Metro Water Services find out.
Wilmot’s benefit-cost analysis for the I-440 Phase One TIGER Grant application identified over $300M in community benefits from a new greenway expansion.