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This was given at the ACCE Mid Year Meeting in Albuquerque, NM. The presentation covers my experiences through the Victor L. Traveling Fellowship.

This was given at the ACCE Mid Year Meeting in Albuquerque, NM. The presentation covers my experiences through the Victor L. Traveling Fellowship.

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  • 843 Sears/Willis Towers in only one year
  • (demolition contractors, structural engineers, architects, construction managers, professors, code consultants, manufactures)Must understand costs, schuedules, the market, and what needs to happen in order to make it more feasible.

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  • Designing for Deconstruction
    Dustin Stephany
    2008 Victor L. Regnier Traveling Fellow
  • Thank you!
  • Construction and Demolition Waste Generation in 2007
    Plan
    51.8 Million Tons
    47.9 Million Tons
    42.0 Million Tons
    Sources:
    Chini, Abdol, Deconstruction and Materials Reuse, An International Overview
    Franklin Associates, Characterization of building related Construction Demolition Debris in the US
    US Census - 2000
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  • Proposal Objectives
    Plan
    Research Design for Deconstruction (D4D) practices in Europe and Canada.
    Reduce Construction and Demolition (C+D) waste by determining ways to utilize new and existing materials in the most economical, ecological and social manner possible.
    Develop a website that establishes standard practices which can be used in the U.S.
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  • Understand Deconstruction
    WRAP website
    Waste prevention, collection and sorting, recycling and reprocessing and marketing
    Action
  • Construction/Deconstruction Industry
    Action
    Bill Addis @ BuroHappold Interview
    Lack of interest
    Lack of education
    Economics
    Lack of support from codes
    Manufacture wants the business
  • Reclaimed Construction Materials Industry
    Action
    Steve Toliman @ MASCO
    Focus on the quality of materials
    Focus on the needs of the customer
    Construction Materials Recycling Plant
    Reprocess glass, concrete, asphalt and hardcore
    Design considerations for best reprocessing materials
  • EcoDeco Conference
    Action
    “We need to learn how to do more with less because less is the new more.”
    NATURAL BUILDING MATERIALS @ Hill Holt Community Hall
    Rammed earth, sheep’s wool, straw bale, hempcrete reciprocal roof
  • Non-Natural Building Materials
    Action
    Earthships – Mike Renoylds @ Biotecture
  • Building Information Modeling (BIM)
    Action
    Construct IT Conference
    Foresee problems and track material usage
    Generate list of building materials
    Deconstruction plan
  • BioRegional
    Action
    One Day One Planet Conference
  • Dutch Culture
    Action
    • Government pushes for waste diversion
    • 95% building material reuse
    • IDF Program (new and existing buildings)
    • Industrial, Flexible, Demountable projects
    • Published in “Learning by Demonstration”
  • IDF Projects
    Action
  • Waste Calculator
    Action
    England – BRE
    Smartwaste Calculator (new projects)
    Calculated material waste generated and CO2 emissions
    Germany – Frank Schlutman and Nichole Sunke
    Material Flow Management (existing projects)
    Audit material’s quality, toxicity, building deconstruction techniques
    Produce different schedules based on labor availability, material reuse value and transportation costs.
  • North American Culture
    Action
    Convenient and cheap
    “Human Footprint” – National Geographic
    Vancouver
    Promotes healthy living
    Food and Energy consumption and waste reduction
    CaGBC MR 8 Credit - Design for durability
    Prevent premature failure of building materials
  • Website Features
    Result
    What is D4D?
    Common Principles
    Case Studies
    100+ Residential, Commercial, Educational, Health, Industrial, and Offices
    Rating system (bronze, silver, gold, platinum)
    Discussion Forum
    FAQ’s
    Additional Resources
    Books, Websites, Software, Reports
    Contact Information
  • Fellowship Expenses
    Result
  • Thank you!
    “We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children” – Native American Proverb