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  • 1. Green Drinks Talk November 8th, 2012
  • 2. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP1. INTRODUCTIONS2. THE LEED SYSTEM3. NAKED STABLES & LEED ACHIEVEMENTS4. LEED INTERNATIONAL5. GBPP2|34
  • 3. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP1. INTRODUCTIONS VMC Constructions With over 10 years experience in China and overseas, we leverage on our interior construction, design and consultancy capabilities so as to represent the new generation of construction professionals that really care for sustainability and low carbon print solutions. BEE inc. We are a sustainability consultancy based in Shanghai that aims to bring together design and engineering know-how with construction expertise and materials specialization to provide the missing link that enables a project to truly achieve its sustainability goals.
  • 4. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP1. INTRODUCTIONS2. THE LEED SYSTEM3. NAKED STABLES & LEED ACHIEVEMENTS4. LEED INTERNATIONAL5. GBPP4|34
  • 5. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP2. THE LEED SYSTEMLeadership    in  Energy    and  Environmental  Design  §  Voluntary green building certification system§  Governed by the USGBC§  Most globally accepted benchmark for the design, construction, and operation of high performance green buildings 5|34
  • 6. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP2. THE LEED SYSTEM Platinum 80 ~ 110 §  Credit-based rating system – “LEED Checklist” §  8 Prerequisites + Credits Gold 60 ~ 79 §  Credits based off US best-practise standards (consensus based), for example ASHREA Silver 50 ~ 59 §  Proof of compliance is documented and then submitted by LEED Consultant on virtual platform – “LEED Online” Certified 40 ~ 496|34
  • 7. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP2. THE LEED SYSTEM8|34
  • 8. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP2. THE LEED SYSTEM Current worldwide: Current China: •  Total projects to date: 46,636 •  249 projects certified •  91 countries •  889 projects registered •  Covering 300 square km of •  None before 2005 development area •  China 3-Star System: 570 certified • There were 86 projects in 2011 alone and 58 Projects until November 2012 •  NC - 75 / CI - 96 / CS - 57 / EB - 13 / ND - 8 •  Only 18 Platinum projects • More than 90% of the projects are commercial spaces/functions7|34
  • 9. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP2. THE LEED SYSTEM 2004: 0 (2) 2005: 2 (8) 2006: 4 (8) 2007: 0 (48) 2008: 10 (97) 2009: 33 (160) 2010: 56 (241) 2011: 86 (285) 2012: 58 (280) (to November)7|34
  • 10. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP2. THE LEED SYSTEM Construction  Label   Design  Label   Only  6%  of  all  projects  have  obtain  the  GBL  Construc;on  Label  –  a  total   of  only  approx.  27  projects!  7|34
  • 11. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP2. THE LEED SYSTEM  Subsidies  for  China  Green  Building  Label:   Only  2  and  3  star  can  apply  for  the   subsidy.     Subsidy  for  GBL  in  2012:   2  Star  :45  RMB/㎡   3  Star: 80  RMB/㎡   7|34
  • 12. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP1. INTRODUCTIONS2. THE LEED SYSTEM3. NAKED STABLES & LEED ACHIEVEMENTS4. LEED INTERNATIONAL5. GBPP9|34
  • 13. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP3. nS & LEED naked Home10|34
  • 14. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP3. nS & LEED naked Stables11|34
  • 15. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP3. nS & LEED            SITE    PLANNING     •  Construction activities were be monitored closely to create very little air pollution and no water pollution that can affect the growth of the local rice farms around the site. •  Promoted means of transport that reduced the need for cars and maximized the use of bicycles and vehicles that do not emit carbon dioxide or other gases that can pollute and destroy the local environment. •  Maintained local vegetation and protected local animal species. The development had minimal impact and ensured that nature is protected in the long run. •  Designed the buildings to fit the topography and favored development in graded areas.12|34
  • 16. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP3. nS & LEED13|34
  • 17. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP3. nS & LEED            SITE    PLANNING     •  Construction activities were be monitored closely to create very little air pollution and no water pollution that can affect the growth of the local rice farms around the site. •  Promoted means of transport that reduced the need for cars and maximized the use of bicycles and vehicles that do not emit carbon dioxide or other gases that can pollute and destroy the local environment. •  Maintained local vegetation and protected local animal species. The development had minimal impact and ensured that nature is protected in the long run. •  Designed the buildings to fit the topography and favored development in graded areas.12|34
  • 18. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP3. nS & LEED13|34
  • 19. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP3. nS & LEED            SITE    PLANNING     •  Construction activities were be monitored closely to create very little air pollution and no water pollution that can affect the growth of the local rice farms around the site. •  Promoted means of transport that reduced the need for cars and maximized the use of bicycles and vehicles that do not emit carbon dioxide or other gases that can pollute and destroy the local environment. •  Maintained local vegetation and protected local animal species. The development had minimal impact and ensured that nature is protected in the long run. •  Designed the buildings to fit the topography and favored development in graded areas.12|34
  • 20. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP3. nS & LEED Maintain natural features14|34
  • 21. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP3. nS & LEED            SITE    PLANNING     •  Construction activities were be monitored closely to create very little air pollution and no water pollution that can affect the growth of the local rice farms around the site. •  Promoted means of transport that reduced the need for cars and maximized the use of bicycles and vehicles that do not emit carbon dioxide or other gases that can pollute and destroy the local environment. •  Maintained local vegetation and protected local animal species. The development had minimal impact and ensured that nature is protected in the long run. •  Designed the buildings to fit the topography and favored development in graded areas.12|34
  • 22. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP3. nS & LEED Low site disturbance13|34
  • 23. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP3. nS & LEED Chose pre-disturbed sites15|34
  • 24. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP3. nS & LEED            WATER     •  All storm water is naturally filtered to avoid flooding that can harm local residents and improve the overall water quality. •  High-efficiency water fixtures were be used so that water use will be minimized. •  All grey water and wastewater is treated and reused to lower the demand for potable water. •  The project far exceed 35% water efficiency from LEED requirements. •  Extensive use of local species to avoid added irrigation.  16|34
  • 25. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP3. nS & LEED Closed Loop Water System17|34
  • 26. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP3. nS & LEED18|34
  • 27. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP3. nS & LEED              ENERGY         •  No ozone-harming gases were be used for any systems on the project. •  Used on-site solar water heaters. •  The project off-set its energy use by purchasing green power credits. •  The overall energy use for the whole project is 40% lower than typical buildings. •  Passive design strategies coupled high insulation materials and efficient MEP systems. •  Energy and water systems have sub-meters to allow energy monitoring. •  Price discounts are applied for clients reducing their consumptions.19|34
  • 28. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP3. nS & LEED Rammed earth20|34
  • 29. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP3. nS & LEED Rammed earth20|34
  • 30. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP3. nS & LEED Reduce  the  NEED  for  energy  with  sound  design   Install  Energy  Efficient  M&E  Equipment   Generate  On-­‐Site  Energy   Offset   “A Green Building should only sip energy to be able to operate.” - Chris Klehm As Marginal Costs increase for decisions, your options decrease, and you can move to the next level of the pyramid.21|34
  • 31. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP3. nS & LEED              MATERIALS       •  Collected and recycled all construction waste. •  Used FSC-certified & reclaimed wood floors to reduce the need for new products. •  Over 50% of all the materials purchased for the project are be from the local area. •  Exterior cladding was made from bamboo, a natural and rapidly renewable material that has a smaller impact on the environment. •  A recycled-plastic & wood material was be used for all the decking in the resort.22|34
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  • 47. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP3. nS & LEED                                                INDOOR  ENVIRONMENTAL  QUALITY     •  No smoking allowed indoors. •  Natural ventilation reduced the need for air conditioning. •  All CO2 is monitored indoors to ensure that the air does not have toxic elements. •  All adhesives, paints, sealants, and coatings have ultra-low VOC levels to reduce toxicity. •  The interior space is designed in such way that daylighting and views to the outside can improve the well-being and health of the guests. •  All hotel guests have full-control of their lighting and thermal conditions in the guest rooms.24|34
  • 48. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP3. nS & LEED Ultra-low VOC interiors.25|34
  • 49. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP3. nS & LEEDInnovation & Design•  Think local – Act Local•  At all costs protect the natural environment•  Give back to the local community•  Waste management•  Hire local staff & add training programs•  Promote a sense of awareness and responsibility among staff & guests•  Either grow crops on-site or purchase from community Operate & Educate5|8
  • 50. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP1. INTRODUCTIONS2. THE LEED SYSTEM3. NAKED STABLES & LEED ACHIEVEMENTS4. LEED INTERNATIONAL5. GBPP27|34
  • 51. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP4. LEED INTERNATIONAL28|34
  • 52. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP4. LEED INTERNATIONALINTEGRATED OPTIONS Where appropriate, local equivalencies are allowed in place of U.S. federal regulations & definitions EXAMPLE: In SSc1, local definitions of “prime farmland”, “100-year flood” and “wetland” are considered equivalent to U.S. based definitions already identified in the credit.29|34
  • 53. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP4. LEED INTERNATIONALNEW OPTIONS Whole new options have been added into credits for projects outside the U.S. EXAMPLE: In SSc4.1 rideshare options such as rickshaws and taptaps, widely used in areas around the world, are recognized as a method of public transportation and m a y b e u s e d a s compliance for the credit.30|34
  • 54. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP4. LEED INTERNATIONALUSGBC APPROVED EQUIVALENCY A new process allows equivalency to be determined for ASHRAE 90.1-2007. E X A M P L E : T h i s equivalency approval is only required for credits referencing ASHRAE 90.1- 2007, including EAp2 and EAc1.31|34
  • 55. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP1. INTRODUCTIONS2. THE LEED SYSTEM3. NAKED STABLES & LEED ACHIEVEMENTS4. LEED INTERNATIONAL5. GBPP32|34
  • 56. INTRO LEED SYSTEM nS & LEED ACHIVEMENTS LEED INTERNATIONAL GBPP5. GBPPThe primary goals of the group are:1.  Coordinate with the USGBC to disseminate their updates to the LEED AP community in China2.  Information sharing to the general market3.  Be a voice for China LEED AP’s to the USGBC – i.e. raise collective concerns and questions4.  Keep the group private-sector focused5.  Source of education for existing LEED AP’s GBPP6.  Source of education for non-LEED AP’s and end users7.  Industry networking GREEN BUILDING PROFESSIONAL PARTNERSHIP ‐ CHINAEngaging LEED AP’s in China.33|34
  • 57. Thank you!