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Case Studies


Student Housing Solutions (SHS) - Tallahassee, FL

Apartment Utility Billing Service

American Conservation & Billing Solutions, Inc. (AmCoBi) helped Student Housing Solutions (SHS) improve its utility billing process by:

  • Eliminating the need to manually enter billing data into their property management system
  • Significantly reducing the time and effort property managers spend administering billing
  • Responding quickly to resident and property managers' questions and concerns
  • Identifying water leaks and notifying onsite managers.

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Multifamily Owner & Developer - Dallas, TX

Apartment Sub-metering & Billing Service

AmCoBi recently worked with a multifamily developer and property management firm that owns thirteen properties located in Oklahoma and Texas. AmCoBi:

  • Repaired the submetering systems at several properties in less than 30 days
  • Corrected problems with late and inaccurate billings
  • Prevented the loss of thousands of gallons of water by detecting leaks
  • Dramatically accelerated and improved response to resident and management questions.

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TH_S_BrightonHi-Land Acres Water & Sanitation District - Brighton, CO

AmCoBi helped Hi-Land Acres Water & Sanitation District improve its water/wastewater billing process by:

  • Enhancing communications and providing timely problem resolution to residents
  • Significantly reducing the time and effort Board members spend managing utility billing
  • Developing custom reports to simplify past due account management
  • Reducing billing service fees by 15-20%.

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Galen Terrace - Washington, DC

Galen Terrace in Washington, DC in the "Presentation to the Maryland Association of Housing and Redevelopment Agencies (PDF)."  This multifamily complex has: 

  • 84 units, 3 buildings, 1-4 bedrooms
  • 100% Section 8 residents
  • Implemented metering in all units.

 


Carlyle Towers / Scott Towers - New York City, NY

Carlyle Towers (194 units), Scott Towers (352 units) in New York City, NY.  Study by New York State Energy Research & Development Authority (NYSERDA).