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LEED CI
Case Study
Robert Klingerman
Jasmin Mercado
Tim Shook
Tyler Jadot
The offices are on the second floor of the schickel design building, which is just over 160 years old now.

This project, which was designed by Chuck Lohre, earned LEED platinum on May 5th 2011 at a low cost because of the materials the were salvaged and reused.

Also this was a big step for Green Cincinnati because as the quote stated it marked the first marketing communications office worldwide to receive the LEED platinum certification.

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  • The offices are on the second floor of the schickel design building, which is just over 160 years old now.This project, which was designed by Chuck Lohre, earned LEED platinum on May 5th 2011 at a low cost because of the materials the were salvaged and reused.Also this was a big step for Green Cincinnati because as the quote stated it marked the first marketing communications office worldwide to receive the LEED platinum certification.
  • Resources such as:LEED AP services, seminars, local tours and classes
  • These offices are located in the inner city of Cincinnati Ohio. The address is 126 West 14th Street #A And as you can see from the map there are a lot of places in walking distance such asTHE MUSIC HALL3 RESTAURANTS A SCHOOL AND ACROSS THE STREET THERES A PARK.
  • 5pts for site selection cause they didn’t have to do much to the site since it was a historical building that was renovated6pts for development density and community connectivity for being located in the inner city as I stated before.
  • They were able to reduce water consumption with a number of features such as low flowing fixtures.
  • This project had zero construction waste, which gave them 2pts towards this category, by sending carpets to be recycled. And also reusing old aluminum blinds from the existing building. Since they downsized from a larger office they didn’t need any new furniture or furnishing which added 3 more points. Everything else they had was donated.
  • 1) He said he could have solved some problems if he had given them more thought

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  • LEED CI Case Study Robert Klingerman Jasmin Mercado Tim Shook Tyler Jadot
  •  Built in 1850  LEED Platinum Certified on May 5th, 2011 86/110 Points  Schickel Design was the original owners of the space “Marks the first marketing communications office worldwide to receive the Certification.”
  • “Green Cincinnati’s goal is to help promote Green Building and provide the public with the resources needed to advocate for the U.S Green Building Council's LEED Certification process.” “A renaissance is taking place to restore Cincinnati to a walkable and sustainable community.” “Center of a $48 million expansion and revitalization”
  • Chuck Lohre, LEED AP ID+C President  Had his students help him with the certification process  It was his goal to acquire LEED Platinum at an affordable, low cost.
  • 126 West 14th Street Cincinnati, OH
  • Climate  Winters: moderately cold  Summers: warm and humid Site Conditions  Urban area  Native trees and sedum  Drought-resistant flowers  Park next to site
  •  Type • Commercial Office  First Floor - Schickel Design Company (Fine Art and Architecture)  Second Floor - Lohre and Associates  Third Floor - Apartments  Size • 800 sq./ft.  Construction • Masonry Brick  Cost • $9500  LEED fees - $3000  Wood-Pellet Stove - $3500
  • SUSTAINABLE SITES: 21 out of 21
  • WATER EFFICIENCY: 6 out of 11
  •  Sustainable Features • Water-saving features  Reduced by 30%  A single-flush toilet with a dual flush attachment and an added hand-washing basin over the water closet.  A 1.25 gpm(gallons per min.) showerhead along with a 1.5 gpm kitchen sink aerator.
  • ENERGY & ATMOSHPERE: 25 out of 37
  •  Sustainable Features • Lighting and Energy Star  All incandescent bulbs were replaced with CFLs(Compact Fluorescent Light bulbs) and LEDs  Energy Star Cannon copier and Mac computers, contributed to 91% Energy Star plug loads  Over 92% occupancy sensors with daylight cut offs were installed
  • MATERIALS & RESOUCRES: 12 out of 14
  •  Sustainable Features • Reduce, Reuse, Recycle  The project include 100% reused furniture  100% existing interior walls and new-salvaged carpet squares from Building Value, a local building material reuse center.  11 lbs. of carpet scraps were diverted from landfill and were recycled by Recovery 1, Inc., Tacoma, Washington.
  • INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY: 12 out of 17
  • INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY: 12 out of 17
  •  Indoor Air Quality • The quality was improved with:  MERV 13 air filter  CO2 sensor  Low-VOC shellac to paint the FSC plywood sink cover  Walk off mats to keep dirt from entering the office
  • INNOVATION: 6 out of 6 REGIONAL PRIORITY CREDITS: 4 out of 4
  •  Wood Pellet Stove • The pellets are made of saw dust waste which is considered renewable  Solar Blinds were thought about but not added!!!
  • LESSONS LEARNED • Did not know that reusing furniture and furnishing counted towards LEED credits • Learned that having zero waste is obtainable RECOMMENDATIONS • More time towards planning • Using renewable energies • Reuse and recycle as much materials as possible
  • 1. http://www.usgbc.org/projects/lohre-and-associates-offices 2. http://www.usgbc.org/projects/lohre-and-associates- offices?view=stories 3. http://www.usgbc.org/projects/lohre-and-associates- offices?view=scorecard 4. http://www.city-data.com/us-cities/The-Midwest/Cincinnati- Geography-and-Climate.html 5. http://green-cincinnati.com/green-cincinnati-leed-office-project- documentation/ 6. Chuck Lohre, LEED AP ID + C 1. PRESIDENT OF LOHRE & ASSOCIATES