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9/8 THUR 10:45 | Lessons Learned -Environmental Planning 1

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Dr. Jennifer Languell …

Dr. Jennifer Languell

The land planning process today is heavily regulated and complex. This session highlighted real life examples from three senior level executives who drew upon past experiences
and demonstrated how they turned adversity into opportunity by employing creative and environmentally sound land planning
techniques. The presentation provided the audience with environmental solutions that can be successfully applied to their own projects. The panel presented their challenges, reviewed
the methodology and application of their solutions and discussed lessons learned throughout the process.

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  • 1. Sustainable Development Dr. Jennifer Languell
  • 2. Trifecta - Sustainability• Certified over 4 Million Square Feet of 3rd party certified single and multi-family residential• Over 2 Million Square Feet of certified LEED Projects• Over 1 Million Square Feet of Green Globes or FGBC Commercial• Over 30,000 acres of certified Green Developments• Active Board and Standard Committees • USGBC, FGBC, NAHB• Host Discovery Channel’s PROJECT EARTH• Florida Contractor #1330049
  • 3. Green Remodel Home Built 1974 Alva FL
  • 4. Green Remodel
  • 5. Dream Home…
  • 6. Before
  • 7. Landscape After
  • 8. After
  • 9. FPL
  • 10. Home ImprovementImprove House to Code: $9,000Efficiency Improvements above Code: $7,500Eye Candy Improvements: cork, granite, travertine,…
  • 11. 300 290 280 HIGHENERGY 270 USE 260 250 240 230 220 Typical New Home 1979 210 200 190 Low HERS 180 Index 170 Save 160Energy 150 Typical New Home 1982 140 130 120 Typical New Home 1997 110 Typical New Home 2004 100 90 80 ZERO 70 Energy Star HI = 77Energy 60 Use 50 40 30 20 10 Zero Energy Home 0
  • 12. Energy
  • 13. Simple Conservation53,000 Barrels/day lost 2,000,000 Barrels/day lost
  • 14. In Florida• 125 gallons of water/person/day (up to 174 gpd)• ENERGY NEEDED TO SUPPLY DAILY WATER NEEDS• Withdrawal, treatment, distribution, collection, sewage treatment,…• 5 gallon of gas per person per day
  • 15. Florida & Energy Use SOLID WASTE 3% RESIDENTIAL 20% TRANSPORTATION 39% COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL 34% 4%
  • 16. WHY Very desirable Smallest of niches market, set to grow
  • 17. We don’t always have a good plan
  • 18. We don’t always have a good plan
  • 19. Development Challenges
  • 20. So what is the Industry’s Response ?• Green Building• Sustainable Development• Ecological Design• LEED™ Certified Projects• High Performance Design and Construction• Sustainable Construction• New Urbanism• Smart Growth
  • 21. Sustainability
  • 22. Sustainability• NO single answer• commitment, change, improvements, support, … from everyone and on many levels • Leaders • Contractors • Staff • Families • Community
  • 23. Demographics • 40 million “Green Boomers” • ½ of the 79 million baby boomers • Plus younger green minded consumers • They are all high-educated, involved, active, merely urban, double income, early-adapting, ... And marketers are starving to get them
  • 24. Demographics• 71% Women• 66% annual income > $55,000• 30% under 35 years old• 37% 35 – 54 years old• 26% 55 – 64 years old• 7% > 65+ years old
  • 25. Green Packaging - Food• Natural or “organic” - $25 Billion/year• 10% of the grocery store space• 20% increase since 2000
  • 26. Green Development1. Protect Ecosystems and Conserve Natural Resources2. Create a Green Circulation System3. Green Utilities Practices4. Amenities5. Covenants and Deed Restrictions6. Provide Educational Information to Help Achieve and Promote Green Living Practices
  • 27. LEED for Neighborhood Development 1. Smart Location & Linkage 2. Neighborhood Pattern & Design 3. Green Construction & Technology 4. Innovation & Design Process
  • 28. What is Sustainable Development?A “Noun”
  • 29. What is Sustainable Development? A “Verb”
  • 30. Critter Crossings
  • 31. Design around trees
  • 32. Stormwater
  • 33. What is the Goal?The goal is tomake this… …function like this Slide Content from: Franklin Baker, U.S. EPA Region 4
  • 34. Solutions
  • 35. Centralized Versus Decentralized Systems
  • 36. ExamplePervious Surfaces
  • 37. Cisterns
  • 38. $38,000
  • 39. Cistern
  • 40. Water
  • 41. In 2011 – is this the best we can do?
  • 42. Non Potable Water for Irrigation - Rainwater
  • 43. Access – mixed use
  • 44. Town Center
  • 45. Town Center
  • 46. Connections and Transportation
  • 47. Traditional
  • 48. Compact with Open Space Treatment & Subsurface Drip in Greenspace
  • 49. Seven Concepts of Green Building For Both Energy Efficiency Residential and Commercial Indoor Environmental Quality & Water Efficiency and Quality Renovations Passive Design Material Selection Construction Process Site and Landscape
  • 50. Faulhaber Residence – 0 Energy Home (-9)
  • 51. AFCEE Zero-Net Energy Demonstration StudyProfessional Development and Education Center Hurlburt Field, FL
  • 52. Renewable Energy
  • 53. Energy & Atmosphere Techniques
  • 54. Local, Recycled, Recyclable Materials
  • 55. Shipping Containers…
  • 56. Emerging Trends1. Smart Grid & Connected Homes2. Building Energy Labels3. Building Information Modeling (BIM)4. Lenders/Insurers begin to understand Green5. Rightsizing of Homes6. Eco – districts7. Water conservation8. GHG Calculations9. Net Zero10. Education
  • 57. Smart Grid & Connected Homes
  • 58. Building Energy Labels
  • 59. Building Information Modeling
  • 60. Rightsizing Homes
  • 61. Eco - Districts
  • 62. Water
  • 63. Plasma Energy
  • 64. Renewable Energy
  • 65. Alternative Fuels/Hybrid Technology
  • 66. jennifer@trifectaconstruction.com (239) 278-3175 www.trifectaconstruction.com Drlanguell.com