Infrastructure as a Service®

We pay to convert infrastructure into a reliable, safe and efficient utility-like service in a manner that protects institutions, the assets, and taxpayers.

Zero upfront costs, month-to-month, government friendly contracts for municipalities, universities, schools, hospitals, water/rail/power districts, ports, and HOAs.

We partner with these important institutions to replace unreliable, unsafe and costly infrastructure with modern solutions, robustly engineered with embedded long-term support. Sustainability Partners is a usage-based utility-like model. We assume ownership responsibilities of essential infrastructure without interfering with your use.

SP can pay for 100% or any combination of design, materials and installation, and ensure that assets are continually maintained in a state of good repair. We can also help meet funding match requirements for state and federal grants.

Turnkey Solutions & Ongoing Benefits

  • Asset use is entirely in your control

  • Usage-based billing versus long-term debt financing

  • Month-to-month lease and non-lease contracts with 30-day termination; no penalties

  • Anytime option to take ownership of assets

  • Fully compliant procurement options

  • Usage fees aligned with your revenue sources

  • Open book accounting, contracts, leases, warranties, designs, and documentation

  • 24/7 monitoring and real-time alerts for reliability and performance

  • No impact on bond/credit ratings

  • Eliminate CapEx budget and long term debt

  • Focus on maintenance and upgrades

  • Environmental benefits through increased efficiency and reduced carbon footprint

When essential infrastructure assets are modernized, significant cost savings are achieved as old, unreliable and costly assets are replaced.

SP’s robustly engineered design requirements, direct procurement, and uncompromising maintenance yield real total cost savings. SP is a clear alternative to traditional purchase or public works procurement of RFPs, Budgeting, Financing, Bonding, Renting, PPPs, EPCs and Shared Savings arrangements.

Infrastructure as a Service®, as per GASB 87, 88, and 99, is a simple service agreement which is not a purchase financing and, unlike a bond or lease, incurs no disclosable debt. Customers to obtain their own auditor disclosure instructions as to SP transactions without reliance on SP.

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ComparisonTermCost is user BasedAgreement ComplexityIs it CAPEX?Continually MaintainedPenalties to CancelOn Balance SheetRequired Guarantees
SP UtilityMonthlyYes10 PageNoYesNoNoNo
Loan5-20 YearsNo75 PageYesNoYesYesYes
Lease5-10 YearsNo50 PageYesNoYesYesYes
PPP3-10 YearsNo1,000 PageYesNoYesYesYes
ESCO7-30 YearsNo120 PageYesNoYesYesYes
Shared Savings Agreement10+ YearsNo100 PageYesNoYesYesYes

SP Makes the Old Become New



Smart Flow Metering | Water Heaters | Watering Systems | Sewage Pipes & Pumps | Gravity Sewer and Force Mains | Wastewater Treatment | Wells


Water is one of the world’s most precious resources. Our good stewardship is imperative and made possible with advanced water technologies and communications which improve water resource management. Real time data yields operational and energy-related benefits including automated leak detection, water measurement and verification, optimized system operations, reduced pollution, and inherent water and energy conservation all contributing to the overall health of communities and future generations. 



Government Fleet Vehicles & Optimization | Charging Infrastructure | Trucks & Refuse Vehicles | Compression Station


The United States imports about 45% of the petroleum it consumes and transportation accounts for more than 70% of total U.S. petroleum consumption. Replacing just 7% of the oil used in the U.S. each year with natural gas would save consumers $25.6 billion a year. That works out to $130.61 per licensed driver every year. The number is meaningful, but remember: That’s generated by replacing only 7% of oil used with natural gas. If half of the current amount of oil used was replaced with natural gas there would be a $182.9 billion a year savings, or nearly $1,000 per year per driver.



HVAC | RTUs | Cooling Towers | Air Handlers | Heat Pumps | Boilers | Pumps | Smart LED Lighting | Occupancy Sensors  


Modern facility solutions eligible for LEED certification rating system points are efficient, environmentally friendly, significantly cut costs, and provide real-time energy saving updates. Utilizing smart controls and remote monitoring along with optimization software can transform an inefficient building to an extraordinarily improved system providing better comfort at a lower cost.



Sports Fields | Parks | Recreational Centers 


Decrease maintenance and chemical use with artificial turf for safe, durable, long-term community use regardless of the weather.



VFD’s | ECM | Pumps | Induction


Replacing old motors with new technologies reduces power requirements due to the improved efficiency of the newer technology. Variable speed motors in pumping applications, like those in swimming pools, ponds, and other bodies of water, allow for proper water turnover at lower speeds while still providing necessary cleaning at high speeds.



Demand Charge (Stem) | Conditioning | Peak Storage | Batteries | Ultracaps


Power conditioning and storage upgrades help level load and peak requirements while also preventing damage to essential equipment.



Solar Syngas Generator | Natural Gas Engine | Micro Turbine Electricity Generation | Fuel Cell CoGen


Natural gas is unique among our energy choices because we have vast domestic supplies and underutilized capacity. It plays a growing role in generating cleaner, affordable electricity for America’s homes and businesses. Current natural gas generation capacity is underutilized and natural gas is a highly attractive choice for building new capacity. Natural gas is also a strong complement to renewable energy, providing reliable power when the wind isn’t blowing or the sun isn’t shining.