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This introductory seminar will address the new LEED for Existing Building: Operations and Maintenance (LEED EBOM) rating system and will be focused on medium to large sized commercial and......

This introductory seminar will address the new LEED for Existing Building: Operations and Maintenance (LEED EBOM) rating system and will be focused on medium to large sized commercial and institutional buildings. Recently, LEED Existing Buildings Version 2.0 was replaced with an updated version called LEED EBOM. This move was designed to encourage greater industry participation.

This seminar aims to review the new LEED EBOM rating system, discuss the differences between the new and the old system, and to share our experience administering the new LEED EBOM rating system. Topics that will be covered include LEED EBOM Process and Administration and all LEED EBOM credit categories.

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  • 1. The Green Roundtable and Intro to LEED EBOM
  • 2. Training Agenda Section 1: Intro to LEED EBOM Section 2: Differences between EBOM and Other Rating Systems Section 3: LEED EBOM Categories Defined The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 3. What is LEED-EBOM? LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations and Maintenance (LEED-EBOM) is a LEED rating system developed for existing commercial and institutional buildings (especially office buildings). The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 4. What is LEED-EBOM? LEED for Existing Buildings: Operations and Maintenance (LEED-EBOM) is a rating system applicable to building operations, processes, systems upgrades, and minor space use changes. Armstrong HQ, Lancaster PA, LEED-EB Platinum The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 5. Who uses LEED-EBOM? LEED-EBOM is targeted towards building owners and operators of existing buildings. Oregon Convention Center, Portland OR, LEED-EB Certified The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 6. LEED-EBOM Building Eligibility LEED-EBOM is targeted at single buildings that are 100% owner- occupied, multiple-building projects, and single multi-tenant buildings. In order to certify multi tenant projects, Adobe HQ, San Jose CA tenant cooperation and participation LEED-EB Platinum will be required. LEED-EBOM is a whole-building rating system; individual tenant spaces are ineligible. The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 7. LEED-EBOM Building Eligibility Other criteria needed for EBOM eligibility includes: 1. A minimum of 75% occupancy (by square footage) for 12 consecutive months prior to Adobe HQ, San Jose CA registration LEED-EB Platinum 2. 90% - 100% of the floor area of the project LEED-EBOM is a whole-building rating system; individual tenant spaces are ineligible. The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 8. LEED-EBOM Performance Period The LEED-EBOM Performance Period is the time frame within which all applicable policies, programs, and tracking systems must be in place and operational. In this way, the USGBC can verify that there will be no delays in instituting policies outlined in the LEED-EBOM requirements. The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 9. LEED-EBOM Performance Period Initial certification Performance Period: Minimum of 3 months for all applicable prerequisites and credits and 12 months for the energy performance credits (EA prerequisite 2 and EA credit 1) All performance periods must end within 1 week of each other (EAp2 and EAc1 notwithstanding) The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 10. LEED-EBOM Policy Model Many LEED-EBOM credits require a policy to be written and put in place for future actions. All of the policies required by LEED-EBOM must contain the following components of the Policy Model. The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 11. LEED-EBOM Policy Model 1. Scope: the processes to which the policy applies 2. Performance Metric: how performance will be measured or evaluated 3. Goals: the sustainability goals for the building (note: high goals are encouraged, actual achievement is not required) The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 12. LEED-EBOM Policy Model 4. Procedures: outline of strategies to meet the goals 5. Responsible Party: teams and individuals involved and their key tasks 6. Time Period: time period over which the policy applies The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 13. LEED-EBOM Recertification LEED-EBOM buildings must submit for recertification at least once every 5 years to maintain their LEED-EBOM status. Recertification Performance Period: For previously awarded credits and prerequisites, the performance period begins right after initial certification. For newly active credits, the period is 3-12 months, just like the initial performance period. The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 14. Tips from the Pros Many of the LEED-EBOM credits require different submittals for initial certification and recertification. For example, for recertification you may be able to submit a signed statement declaring that there have been no changes to certain items. The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 15. LEED-EBOM Certification Levels Platinum 68 – 92 points Gold 51 – 67 points Silver 43 – 50 points Certified 34 – 42 points The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 16. Training Agenda Section 1: Intro to LEED EBOM Section 2: Differences between EBOM and Other Rating Systems Section 3: LEED EBOM Categories Defined The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 17. LEED-EBOM and LEED-NC Although a building does not need LEED-NC certification to pursue LEED-EBOM certification, a LEED- NC building may be easier to certify in EBOM because many credits overlap. Some of the overlapping credits are easier to implement during design and construction. These credits are identified in the LEED-NC reference EB guide with the symbol shown here. The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 18. LEED-NC & CI vs. LEED-EBOM LEED-NC & CI LEED-EBOM An Event An On-Going Process VS Design & Construction Life of Building Capital Budgets Operating Budgets The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 19. LEED-EBOM and LEED-NC If a major renovation, alteration, or retrofit exceeds 50% of the existing square footage of the building, then LEED EBOM should not be used. LEED NC at this point becomes more appropriate. The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 20. Training Agenda Section 1: Intro to LEED EBOM Section 2: Differences between EBOM and Other Rating Systems Section 3: LEED EBOM Categories Defined The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 21. General LEED EBOM Categories What are the main categories within LEED EBOM? Sustainable Sites Water Efficiency Energy and Atmosphere Materials and Resources Indoor Environmental Quality Innovation in Operations The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 22. Sustainable Sites What are the goals of the Sustainable Sites credits? The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 23. Sustainable Sites What are the goals of the Sustainable Sites credits? To manage stormwater more efficiently and sustainably by reducing runoff, increasing infiltration, and safeguarding water supplies The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 24. Sustainable Sites What are the goals of the Sustainable Sites credits? To encourage the implementation of official building protocols which increase the sustainability of O&M activities outside the building. The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 25. Sustainable Sites What are the goals of the Sustainable Sites credits? Reduce Heat Island Effect The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 26. Sustainable Sites What are the goals of the Sustainable Sites credits? Reduce dependency on single-occupancy automobiles and fuel inefficient vehicles The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 27. LEED EBOM Credits – Sustainable Sites No Prerequisites, 12 points SS C1 LEED Certified Design and Construction 1 SS C2 Building Exterior and Hardscape Management 1 Plan SS C 3 Integrated Pest Management, Erosion Control 1 and Landscape Management Plan SS C 4.1- 4.4 Alternative Commuting Transportation 4 SS C 5 Reduced Site Disturbance 1 SS C 6 Stormwater Management 1 SS C 7.1-7.2 Heat Island Reduction 2 SS C 8 Light Pollution Reduction 1 The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 28. Water Efficiency What are the goals of the Water Efficiency credits? The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 29. Water Efficiency What are the goals of the Water Efficiency credits? Reduce potable water consumption for irrigation The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 30. Water Efficiency What are the goals of the Water Efficiency credits? Reduce potable water consumption for irrigation Reduce indoor potable water consumption The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 31. Water Efficiency What are the goals of the Water Efficiency credits? Reduce potable water consumption for irrigation Reduce potable water consumption Reduce sewage volume The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 32. LEED EBOM Credits – Water Efficiency 1 Prerequisite, 10 points WE P1 Minimum Indoor Plumbing Fixture and Required Fitting Efficiency WE C 1.1- Water Performance Measurement 2 1.2 WE C 2.1- Additional Indoor Plumbing Fixture and 3 2.3 Fitting Efficiency WE C 3.1- Water Efficient Landscaping 3 3.3 WE C4.1- Cooling Tower Water Management 2 4.2 The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 33. Energy & Atmosphere What are the goals of the Energy & Atmosphere credits? The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 34. Energy & Atmosphere What are the goals of the Energy & Atmosphere credits? Reduce energy consumption The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 35. Energy & Atmosphere What are the goals of the Energy & Atmosphere credits? Reduce energy consumption Increase on-site renewable energy generation Behrain World Trade Center The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 36. Energy & Atmosphere What are the goals of the Energy & Atmosphere credits? Reduce energy consumption Increase on-site renewable energy generation Increase market for off-site renewable energy generation The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 37. Energy & Atmosphere What are the goals of the Energy & Atmosphere credits? Reduce energy consumption Increase on-site renewable energy generation Increase market for off-site renewable energy generation Reduce ozone layer depletion and global warming gas generation The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 38. LEED EBOM Credits – Energy and Atmosphere 3 Prerequisites, 30 points EA Pr 1 Energy Efficiency Best Management Practices Required EA Pr 2 Minimum Energy Efficiency Performance Required EA Pr 3 Refrigerant Management Required EA C 1 Optimize Energy Efficiency Performance 15 EA C 2.1- Existing Building Commissioning 6 2.3 EA C 3.1- Performance Measurement 3 .3.3 EA C 4.1- Renewable Energy 4 4.4 EA C 5 Refrigerant Management 1 EA C 6 Emissions Reduction Reporting 1 The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 39. Materials and Resources What are the goals of the Materials and Resources credits? The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 40. Materials and Resources What are the goals of the Materials and Resources credits? Increase the sustainability of purchasing and waste management polices for existing buildings The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 41. Materials and Resources What are the goals of the Materials and Resources credits? Reduce embodied energy of purchasing by emphasizing goods with: recycled content local materials rapidly renewable materials The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 42. Materials and Resources What are the goals of the Materials and Resources credits? Provide recycling collection access to all (including tenants) The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 43. Materials and Resources What are the goals of the Materials and Resources credits? Reduce waste generated by the ongoing operations and maintenance as well as during periodic alteration construction The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 44. LEED EBOM Credits – Materials and Resources 2 Prerequisites, 14 Points MR Pr 1 Sustainable Purchasing Policy Req. MR Pr 2 Solid Waste Management Policy Req. MR C 1.1 - Sustainable Purchasing – Ongoing Consumables 3 1.3 MR C 2.1 - Sustainable Purchasing – Durable Goods 2 2.2 MR C 3 Sustainable Purchasing – Facility Alterations and 1 Additions MR C 4.1 - Sustainable Purchasing – Reduced Mercury in 2 4.2 Lamps The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 45. LEED EBOM Credits – Materials and Resources 2 Prerequisites, 14 Points MR C 5 Sustainable Purchasing – Food 1 MR C 6 Solid Waste Management – Waste Stream Audit 1 MR C 7.1 - Solid Waste Management – Ongoing Consumables 2 7.2 MR C 8 Solid Waste Management – Durable Goods 1 MR C 9 Solid Waste Management – Facility Alterations and 1 Additions The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 46. Indoor Environment Quality What are the goals of the Indoor Environmental Quality credits? Air supply Air supply short circuit Air exhaust Panels Too hot inhibit flow Too cold The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 47. Indoor Environment Quality What are the goals of the Indoor Environmental Quality credits? Provide effective ventilation The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 48. Indoor Environment Quality What are the goals of the Indoor Environmental Quality credits? Provide effective ventilation Reduce harmful chemical pollutants inside building by instituting green cleaning, indoor IPM, and green custodial policies The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 49. Indoor Environment Quality What are the goals of the Indoor Environmental Quality credits? Provide effective ventilation Reduce harmful chemical pollutants inside building by instituting green cleaning, indoor IPM, and green custodial policies Survey occupants regarding thermal comfort and act on results The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 50. Indoor Environment Quality What are the goals of the Indoor Environmental Quality credits? Provide effective ventilation Reduce harmful chemical pollutants inside building by instituting green cleaning, indoor IPM, and green custodial policies Survey occupants regarding thermal comfort and act on results Provide occupants with access to daylight and views The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 51. LEED EB O&M: Credits – Indoor Environmental Quality 3 Prerequisites, 20 Points EQ Pr 1 Outside Air Introduction & Required Exhaust Systems EQ Pr 2 Environmental Tobacco Required Smoke (ETS) Control EQ Pr 3 Green Cleaning Policy Required EQ C 1.1 – 1.5 IAQ Best Management 5 Practices EQ C 2.1 – 2.5 Occupant Comfort 5 EQ C 3.1 – 3.9 Green Cleaning 10 The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 52. Innovation in Operations What are the goals of the Innovation in Operations credits? 1. Encourage exemplary performance in existing base credits 2. Encourage new methods for reducing the impacts of O&M 3. Encourage the participation of a LEED AP on the project team 4. Encourage the tracking of sustainable building costs The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 53. LEED EBOM Credits – Innovation in Operations 5 points IO C 1.1 Innovation in Operation (TBD by Project Team) 1 IO C 1.2 Innovation in Operation (TBD by Project Team) 1 IO C 1.3 Innovation in Operation (TBD by Project Team) 1 IO C 1.4 Innovation in Operation (TBD by Project Team) 1 IO C 2 LEED Accredited Professional 1 IO C 3 Documenting Sustainable Building Cost Impacts 1 The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)
  • 54. Questions? The Green Roundtable (copyright © Green Roundtable 2007)