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Tim Gaidis, architect at HOK, presented this overview of several projects in midwestern United States that utilized the Fully Integrated Thinking (FIT) approach at the First Annual FIT Gathering in ...

Tim Gaidis, architect at HOK, presented this overview of several projects in midwestern United States that utilized the Fully Integrated Thinking (FIT) approach at the First Annual FIT Gathering in Chicago, 2010.

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    ST LOUIS/ MIDWEST REGIONAL FIT APPLICATIONS
    North Central Region
    Wisconsin Energy Institute, St Louis County EECBG, Colorado Corporate Campus, U of Wyoming Energy Center
    An Innovative Process Yields Innovative Outcomes…
    FIT
    2010
  • ECOSTRUCTURE
    WATER
    ATMOSPHERE
    MATERIALS
    ENERGY
    FOOD
    SHELTER
    TRANSPORT
    COMMUNITY
    CULTURE
    HEALTH
    EDUCATION
    ETHICS
    COMMERCE
    VALUE
  • PRE – FiT…
    “THE MATRIX”
    Wisconsin Energy Institute
  • Categories
    FACILITY LIFETIME
    OBJECTIVES
  • Pre-flight checklist
  • Pre-desIGN checklist
    1. OBJECTIVES…
    3. METRICS…
    2. STRATEGIES…
  • FIT = Fully Integrated Tacos…
    CALORIES
    1
    CARBOHYDRATES
    2
    PROTEIN
    3
    FIBER
    4
    FAT
    5
    ELECTROYLTES
    6
    MINERALS
    7
    VITAMINS A, C, D
    8
    VIT B-COMPLEX
    9
    CHOLESTEROL
    10
    ANTIOXIDANTS
    11
    SPICE
    12
    13
    PACKAGING
    14
    DISTRIBUTION
    15
    EMISSIONS
  • 1. Energy Efficiency & Conservation Strategy
    2. Long-Term Sustainability Framework
  • EECBG/County Defined Focus Areas
    • GHG Inventory & Forecast
    • Energy Usage Analysis
    Land Use & Development
    Environmental Conservation
    Building Mgmt. & Energy Conservation
    Waste Management
    Community Engagement
    Procurement & Administration
    Transportation
    Economic Development
  • Could it FIT?
    1
    ATMOSPHERE
    GHG INVENTORY & ENERGY USAGE
    2
    ENERGY
    3
    SHELTER
    BLDG MGMT & ENERGY CONSERVATION
    4
    ECOSTRUCTURE
    LAND USE & DEVELOPMENT
    5
    TRANSPORTATION
    ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
    WATER, SOILS…
    6
    MATERIALS & WASTE
    7
    COMMERCE
    TRANSPORTATION
    8
    COMMUNITY
    WASTE MANAGEMENT
    HEALTH…
    9
    GOVERNANCE
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
    CULTURE…
    COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
    PROCUREMENT & ADMINISTRATION
    When does
    FIT become
    Partially
    Integrated
    Thinking?
    WATER
    SOILS
    FOOD
    CULTURE
    HEALTH
  • Evaluation Criteria…
    1
    1
    GHG INVENTORY & ENERGY USAGE
    2
    BLDG MGMT & ENERGY CONSERVATION
    2
    3
    TRANSPORTATION
    4
    LAND USE & DEVELOPMENT
    3
    5
    ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
    6
    WASTE MANAGEMENT
    4
    7
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
    5
    8
    COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
    9
    PROCUREMENT & ADMINISTRATION
    6
    7
    8
    9
    Establishing what matters,...and by how much!
  • Initiative Proposals…
    1
    GHG INVENTORY & ENERGY USAGE
    GHG INVENTORY & ENERGY USAGE
    2
    BLDG MGMT & ENERGY CONSERVATION
    3
    TRANSPORTATION
    BLDG MGMT & ENERGY CONSERVATION
    4
    LAND USE & DEVELOPMENT
    TRANSPORTATION
    5
    ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
    LAND USE & DEVELOPMENT
    6
    WASTE MANAGEMENT
    7
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
    ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
    Life’s Principles Leverage Moment!
    8
    COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
    WASTE MANAGEMENT
    9
    PROCUREMENT & ADMINISTRATION
    ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
    COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT
    PROCUREMENT & ADMINISTRATION
    106 Strategies!
  • Integrated Prioritization… “Subjective, then Objective”
    1
    2
    3
    4
    5
    6
    7
    8
    9
    5+ yrs…
    2-5 yrs…
    1-2 yrs…
    NOW!
  • LINK
  • University of Wyoming Energy Center… Visioning
    Economic Development
    Social Capital
    Environmental Stewardship
    Enhances equity, health, education, dignity and interaction – and strengthens community bonds.
    Preserves, enhances and leverages the natural environment.
    Catalyzes and strengthens economic growth in new and established communities.
    TRANSPORT
    8
    ATMOSPHERE
    2
    WATER
    3
    5
    MATERIALS
    6
    SHELTER
    9
    COMMUNITY
    4
    FOOD
    ECOSTRUCTURE
    1
    7
    ENERGY
    EDUCATION
    HEALTH
    Sustainable building and practices raises awareness and increases reputation of the University
    Builds awareness and respect for the environment amongst students and staff
    Maintains and fosters the health and integrity of the native physical and ecological landscapes
    Lowers cooling costs, reduction in lost production due to poor air quality
    Clean air contributes to human health, reduces rates of asthma and other air pollution syndromes
    Protects and enhances air quality, lower CO2 emissions
    Lowers cost for water treatment and irrigation
    Protects and enhances water quantity and quality, reduces groundwater contamination
    Clean water contributes to human health and well-being
    Supports local farming while processing less transportation cost
    Provides healthy food options in the building or nearby
    Provides safe, clean, abundant, reliable, consistent, free sustenance for all inhabitants in perpetuity
    Confirm Predefined Objectives…
    Supports recycling industry and reuse networks/ exchanges
    Minimizes trash/ waste and increase recycling and/or composting for a cleaner/ healthier building
    Fosters closed material loops and eliminates waste
    Optimizes footprint equating to smaller plot of land and lower cost
    Provides optimal operating environments for inhabitants & equipment, provide connections to external environments
    Conserves and preserves the natural environment on the building site, smallest footprint possible
    10
    CULTURE
    Renewable energy business opportunities
    Strives for energy independence
    Provides safe, clean, abundant, reliable, consistent, free energy for all inhabitants in perpetuity
    11
    Reduces transit expenses and increases property value
    Provides access to alternative modes of transportation and pollution-free mobility promoting healthier lifestyles
    Exhibits energy independence/ conservation and reduced pollution (air, water, soil)
    12
    Leading Questions Help Develop Strategy Proposals…
    13
    ETHICS
    Creates desirable building and setting that fosters collaboration
    Fosters integrated, connected community identity for all inhabitants
    Curbs sprawl development, build with readily available infrastructure, revitalization of existing site
    14
    COMMERCE
    Attracts talented students and staff contributing to the value of the program and University
    Respects and appreciates the natural environment
    Reflects a vibrant exchange of historical and modern identity, food, art, music, and science rooted in place
    15
    VALUE
    Provides a healthy and productive workplace and learning environment
    Ensures health and well being for all citizens and universal access to quality health care
    Respects and appreciates the natural environment
    Attracts and retains skilled workforce adaptable to the changing economy through innovative research
    Fosters world-class, life-long learning opportunities in a quality learning environment
    Exhibits appreciation and understanding of environmental education
    Reports on activities and provides improvement opportunities
    Upholds the highest ethical standards and represent the institution’s cultural values and philosophies.
    Creates transparent systems
    Fosters the balanced exchange of goods and services
    Provides diversity of activities and goods in multiple locations on campus
    Attracts workforce with environmental ethics
    Sustains value for investors
    Augments value and minimize risk for shareholders
    Invests in industries that demonstrate sustainable stewardship
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  • PASSIVE VENTILATION STRATEGIES
    ENERGY
    5
    TRANSPORT
    8
    ATMOSPHERE
    3
    FOOD
    6
    ECOSTRUCTURE
    1
    COMMUNITY
    9
    MATERIALS
    4
    SHELTER
    7
    WATER
    2
    EDUCATION
    HEALTH
    Passive ventilation strategies have the potential to save energy while providing a well balanced and healthy air supply to building inhabitants. The project team is currently exploring opportunities to leverage these strategies, using the General Office component as a template model.
    10
    CULTURE
    11
    12
    13
    ETHICS
    14
    COMMERCE
    15
    VALUE
  • Environmental Performance Standards
    Energy
    Carbon
    Water
    Material Flows…
    SOLAR FLUX: WATTS/ Sq meter
    We GET: 100-650 W/SqM
    We NEED: 0.5 W/SqM
    Hours in a day
  • INTEGRATED SCALABILITY OF FiT
    ORGANIZATION
    COMMUNITY
    BUILDING
    PRODUCT
    ECOSTRUCTURE
    1
    ECOSTRUCTURE
    1
    ECOSTRUCTURE
    1
    ECOSTRUCTURE
    1
    2
    2
    2
    2
    WATER
    WATER
    WATER
    WATER
    ATMOSPHERE
    3
    ATMOSPHERE
    3
    ATMOSPHERE
    3
    ATMOSPHERE
    3
    MATERIALS
    4
    MATERIALS >>>
    4
    MATERIALS
    4
    MATERIALS
    4
    ENERGY
    5
    ENERGY
    5
    ENERGY
    5
    ENERGY
    5
    FOOD
    6
    FOOD
    6
    FOOD
    6
    FOOD
    6
    SHELTER >>>
    7
    SHELTER
    7
    SHELTER
    7
    SHELTER
    7
    TRANSPORT
    8
    TRANSPORT
    8
    TRANSPORT
    8
    TRANSPORT
    8
    COMMUNITY
    9
    COMMUNITY
    9
    COMMUNITY
    9
    COMMUNITY
    9
    10
    10
    10
    10
    CULTURE
    CULTURE
    CULTURE
    CULTURE
    11
    11
    11
    11
    HEALTH
    HEALTH
    HEALTH
    HEALTH
    EDUCATION
    EDUCATION
    EDUCATION
    EDUCATION
    12
    12
    12
    12
    13
    13
    13
    GOVERNANCE
    GOVERNANCE
    GOVERNANCE
    GOVERNANCE
    <<< 13
    14
    14
    14
    14
    COMMERCE
    COMMERCE
    COMMERCE
    COMMERCE
    15
    15
    15
    15
    VALUE
    VALUE
    VALUE
    VALUE