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Iibc Ahr Bit Jan242006

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  • Reed Construction Data RS Means LCC Calculator
  • Overview
    • Create Web interface to LCC Calculator for savings from Intelligent Building Systems Integration
    • RS Means to create benchmark data from internal and external resources
    • Annual Dollar savings from integration
      • Characteristics of high, medium, low integration
      • Phase I study
    • Market Analysis and Intelligence
  • Functionality
    • INPUTS
      • Building type
      • Size of Building
      • Location
      • Integration level
  • Issues to be evaluated
    • Operational costs
    • Labor costs
    • Repair
    • Maintenance
    • Initial construction
    • Regulatory Issues
  • Types of Integration
    • Security
    • Lighting
    • HVAC
    • Occupancy Sensors
    • Elevators
  • Benchmarking Requirements
    • Data gathering
    • Analysis
    • Comparative Data sets
    • Mapping
    • Input from Manufacturers
  • Life Cycle Cost Results
    • Annual Energy Savings
    • R&M Savings
    • Direct Labor
    • 20 year comparison
  • Activities
    • Data Input from manufactures
    • Workgroup to define parameters
    • Develop working prototype
  • Phase I – IB Integration Evaluation
    • Definitions
      • High, Medium and Low
    • LCC Issues
    • Roadblocks
    • Current Level of Integration
    • Benefits of Integration implementation
  • Preliminary Findings
  • BIQ Building Intelligence Quotient BIQ Consortium David Katz, MBA – Project Manager [email_address]
  • Building Intelligence, Reality and Perception
    • cost savings
    • functional enhancements (comfort, security, flexibility, reliability)
    • Increased productivity
    • expensive
    • complex – hard to implement
    • a luxury
    • not “mainstream”
  • Objectives of the BIQ Tool
    • Promote building intelligence integration and products by:
    • demonstrating the added value they can bring to a property
    • demystifying implementation of building intelligence
  • Rating and Certification (demonstrates the added value) Upgrade Design and Implementation Guidance (demystifies implementation) + BIQ - an online tool
  • BIQ concept is based on:
    • Technology Roadmap for Intelligent Buildings
    • CABA’s Best Practices Guide for Evaluating Intelligent Building Technologies IS2002-28
    • Green Globes Rating Assessment Protocol that is used for:
      • Integrated design of new buildings
      • Improving existing buildings (BOMA Go Green)
      • Facility fit-up (Commercial Interiors)
      • Emergency management of buildings
  • Why online?
    • Interactive
    • Makes it possible to change inputs at the click of a mouse
    • Generates scores and reports effortlessly
    • Makes it easy to store and compare data about various properties
    • Allows for multiple users
    • Puts product information at your fingertips
  • How can BIQ promote building intelligence ?
    • Provides a baseline assessment of an existing building
    • Helps to articulate the targets for a high performance building
    • Provides a gap analysis between the baseline building and the high performance version
    • Provides step-by-step guidance on how to get there
    Base building profile High performance intelligent building targets Gap analysis Building intelligence design guidance
  • Discussion Points
    • CABA $/ BIQ, Annual License & Sponsorship?
    • “ Fixed assessment” or “Needs-based” assessment?
    • How to integrate “technology product solutions”?
    • Technical Steering Committee Membership?
    • User Group Establishment?
    • BIQ Verification and Certification Process ?
    BIQ Consortium David Katz, MBA – Project Manager [email_address]
  • Intelligent Building Road Map (IBRP)
    • Guy Millaire
    • CABA Technical Director
  • Intelligent Buildings Roadmap (IBRM)
    • "The CABA Technology Roadmap
    • for Intelligent Buildings is a well
    • researched and written document
    • that I promote as recommended
    • reading for our people as well
    • as architects, engineers and owners.
    • It presents a solid portrait of the
    • state of our industry and a clear
    • vision of where we are headed."
    • Terry Hoffmann, Johnson Controls
    • (www.caba.org/trm)
    • Technology Roadmap for Intelligent Buildings re-write.
  • Intelligent Buildings Roadmap (IBRM)
    • Technology Roadmap for Intelligent Buildings (TRM) was written in 2002 and needs updating.
    • Property of Federal Government and, unless involved in rewrite, TRM can only be used as reference to produce the IBRM.
    • TRM focused on commercial, institutional and high-rise residential buildings and provided an in-depth examination of intelligent buildings technologies.
  • Intelligent Buildings Roadmap Project Plan Requirements
    • Task Force for project scope definition.
    • Steering Cttee to contribute to & oversee
    • the content of the report.
    • Sponsor(s) to fund the project:
      • Governments, Research or Training Institutes.
      • Private enterprises.
    • Contractor to conduct the research and produce the report.
    • IBRM project is projected to secure 10 contributors @$15K US = $150K.
    • Panduit Corp., CABA Board Member, already committed their share to fund the project.
  • Intelligent Buildings Roadmap TimeTable (2006-07)
    • Task Force to assist in IBRM scope def., Jan 31, 06.
    • Funding solution in place by Feb 28, 06.
    • Task Force to become IBRM Steering Cttee, Mar 10, 06
    • RFP to marketplace, Mar 15, 06.
    • Contractor selection, Apr 30, 06.
    • Industry input at CABA Intelligent Building Summit,
    • June 26-26, 06.
    • Draft report, Sep 30, 06.
    • Final report approval, Nov 30, 06.
    • Publishing and distribution, Feb, 07.
  • Intelligent Buildings Roadmap (IBRM)
    • Questions:
  • Intelligent Building Demo
    • Demo Building NRC/IRC M20
    • Tom Lohner, VP TENG Solutions Inc.
  • Intelligent Building Demo (Project Concept)
    • Show that an intelligent building can contribute to objectives of Kyoto Accord.
    • Monitor the before and after bldg performance to establish a reference to quantify the savings.
    • Provide the Government and Industry with a model to use in their efforts to improve building efficiency.
    • Publish the findings for use as applied research reference for new construction.
  • Intelligent Building Demo (Project Update)
    • TENG Solutions was contracted to conduct an analysis of the National Research Council/Institute for Research in Construction (NRC/IRC) Bldg M20.
    • Report tabled and approved, Sep, 2005.
    • Some of the report recommendations will be implemented in future NRC/IRC building retrofits.
    • NRC/IRC M20 retrofit project presently on hold pending funding.
    • Focus is now on Bldg M59, utilizing a unique private-sector energy services company (ESCo).
  • Intelligent Building Demo Project (Opened for Proposal)
    • Public and private organizations are invited to take part in this project and offer an on-going retrofit initiative to serve as a model of intelligent buildings.
    • CABA would continue to monitor, publish findings and inform the industry at large.
    • CABA would also use its marketing position to promote the efforts being made towards intelligent buildings.
    • More information: http://caba.infopop.cc/6/ubb.x
  • Intelligent Building Demo Project
    • Questions.
    • Suggestions.
    • Recommendations.