Best Practices
Matthew Henson HOPE VI
Matthew Henson
History of the Matthew
  Henson Property

Named after Matthew Henson,
the African American explorer,
who co...
The Matthew Henson
The Matthew Henson
The Matthew Henson
The Matthew Henson
The Matthew Henson
The Matthew Henson
Matthew Henson HOPE VI


Project Specifics
•   The project began in 2001

•   $35 million federal HOPE VI grant provided t...
Team Approach
Vision
Urban Revitalization

Project Scope
• Site: 160 Acres

• On-Site New Units: 463 ea

• Off-Site New Units: 148 ea

Total Ne...
Street Elevation
Case Study with
 Sustainability
Sustainability Breakdown

Categories

•   Sustainable Sites
•   Water Efficiency
•   Energy & Atmosphere
•   Materials & R...
Sustainable Sites




Source: USGBC
Sustainable Sites               Program Areas

              Paving/Striping




                                         ...
Sustainable Sites

Sustainable Sites
The Six Sustainable Sites (SS)
credits in the LEED for Homes
Rating System:
• Site St...
Sustainable Sites

Adaptive Re-Use




                  Development Density
Sustainable Sites

Development Goals
•   Partnerships with;
     – City of Phoenix Parks &
       Recreation Department

 ...
Sustainable Sites
Sustainable Sites
Sustainable Sites
Water Efficiency




Source: USGBC
Water Efficiency

Water Efficiency
•   The Water Efficiency (WE)
    category in the LEED for
    Homes Rating System has
...
Water Efficiency

Waterless Urinals at
 Common Areas
Water Efficiency
Low Flow Fixtures
Water Efficiency
Water Efficient Landscaping

     Reclaimed Water

       Native Plants

    Capture Rainwater
Energy and Atmosphere




Source: USGBC
Energy and Atmosphere
Energy Star Home

1.   Effective Insulation
2.   High Performance Windows
3.   Tight Construction Du...
Energy and Atmosphere

Energy & Atmosphere
• The average certified
  LEED home uses 30%
  to 40% less electricity

• LEED ...
Energy and Atmosphere

Average Predicted Energy Savings of LEED Homes

Based on their average Home Energy Rating System (H...
Energy and Atmosphere
                 Upgraded
                  Stucco
                  System

                 Featur...
Energy and Atmosphere
Thermally Broken
  Windows

Feature:
• Installed with special
  low E glass with 1” inch
  air gap b...
Energy and Atmosphere
Spray In Recycled Insulation

Roof: R-38
Walls: R-21
Floors: R-13


Benefit: Increased insulating
  ...
Energy and Atmosphere
Energy Efficient HVAC Systems

Feature:
• All units have 13 SEER heat
  pumps in lieu of 10 SEER

• ...
Energy and Atmosphere
Building Efficient Duct System

•   Ducts in conditioned space

•   Sealed Ducts by using mastic or ...
Energy and Atmosphere

Substantially lower overall payback period
•State and Federal Tax reductions
•AZ Dept of Commerce +...
Energy and Atmosphere
APS Residential AC Rebate Program

•   The APS Residential Air Conditioner (AC) Rebate Program offer...
Energy and Atmosphere
Residential Solar and Renewable Incentives
System type Up-front incentive with 20 year REC agreement...
Energy and Atmosphere
Compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs is one
of the easiest ways to start making an
impact on your e...
Material & Resources




Source: USGBC
Material & Resources
Material & Resources
Materials & Resources

•   The Materials & Resources
    (MR) category in the LEED
    for Homes Rati...
Material & Resources
Wood Products

Feature
• Wood products recycled and
  from rapidly renewable, local
  forest.

Benefi...
Material & Resources
Building Exterior

Feature
• Upgraded paint system

Benefit:
• Resists fading and heat
  absorption w...
Material & Resources
Flooring Materials

Feature:
• 100% recycled 8.5LB Carpet
  Pad
• Carpet made from recycled
  carpet
...
Indoor Environmental Quality




Source: USGBC
Indoor Environmental Quality
Indoor Environmental Quality

Indoor Environmental Quality
 Pathway 1: ENERGY STAR with Indoor Air Package

 EQ 4.2: Enhan...
Indoor Environmental Quality

Indoor Environmental Quality
 Pathway 2: Prescriptive Approach
 The following strategies can...
Indoor Environmental Quality

Pressure Relief & Air Balancing

  – Balanced Air Flow

  – Dedicated Returns

  – Undercut ...
Indoor Environmental Quality

Materials

Feature:
• Low VOC Material

Benefit:
• Reduces Impact on
  Environment

•   Impr...
Market Trends
Green Programs
•   Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design

•   Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (S...
LEED RATING SYSTEMS
                                 new
                      LEED-NC    construction

                  ...
LEED Checklists
Costing Green
Does LEED Cost More?
The industry is providing 2 short answers:
No, If your definition of cost includes;
        – Life Cy...
Sample Life Cycle Cost Analysis




Source: USGBC
Morrison Hershfield Study

 Platinum                                                  11.5%
    Gold                      ...
Sasaki Associates Study
Increase in project construction costs, on a
  percentage basis for LEED certification.


       C...
Benefits of Green
Benefits




Source: USGBC
Benefits




Source: USGBC
Benefits
A Recent Owner Poll:
  • Economic benefits
  • Higher quality of life/healthier buildings
  • Reduced liability/c...
Questions
Phoenix   Hope VI And Green Building Presentation
Phoenix   Hope VI And Green Building Presentation
Phoenix   Hope VI And Green Building Presentation
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Phoenix Hope VI And Green Building Presentation

  1. 1. Best Practices Matthew Henson HOPE VI
  2. 2. Matthew Henson History of the Matthew Henson Property Named after Matthew Henson, the African American explorer, who co-discovered the North Pole on April 6, 1909
  3. 3. The Matthew Henson
  4. 4. The Matthew Henson
  5. 5. The Matthew Henson
  6. 6. The Matthew Henson
  7. 7. The Matthew Henson
  8. 8. The Matthew Henson
  9. 9. Matthew Henson HOPE VI Project Specifics • The project began in 2001 • $35 million federal HOPE VI grant provided through HUD • Public, private and non-profit financial and in-kind support from various partners involved in the revitalization effort. • McCormack, Baron, Salazar has overseen the development process since 2002 and McCormack, Baron, Ragan facilitates the leasing process.
  10. 10. Team Approach
  11. 11. Vision
  12. 12. Urban Revitalization Project Scope • Site: 160 Acres • On-Site New Units: 463 ea • Off-Site New Units: 148 ea Total New Housing = 611 units (Net Gain of 239 Units) Estimated Project Value = $113 M
  13. 13. Street Elevation
  14. 14. Case Study with Sustainability
  15. 15. Sustainability Breakdown Categories • Sustainable Sites • Water Efficiency • Energy & Atmosphere • Materials & Resources • Indoor Environmental Quality
  16. 16. Sustainable Sites Source: USGBC
  17. 17. Sustainable Sites Program Areas Paving/Striping Site Concrete Overall Site
  18. 18. Sustainable Sites Sustainable Sites The Six Sustainable Sites (SS) credits in the LEED for Homes Rating System: • Site Stewardship • Landscaping • Local Heat Island Effects • Surface Water Management • Non-toxic Pest Control • Compact Development
  19. 19. Sustainable Sites Adaptive Re-Use Development Density
  20. 20. Sustainable Sites Development Goals • Partnerships with; – City of Phoenix Parks & Recreation Department – Dunbar Elementary – Phoenix Memorial Hospital – Includes; – After School Programs – Art Programs – Quality Education – Workshops – Health Fairs
  21. 21. Sustainable Sites
  22. 22. Sustainable Sites
  23. 23. Sustainable Sites
  24. 24. Water Efficiency Source: USGBC
  25. 25. Water Efficiency Water Efficiency • The Water Efficiency (WE) category in the LEED for Homes Rating System has three kinds of credits: • Water Reuse • Irrigation Systems • Indoor Water Use
  26. 26. Water Efficiency Waterless Urinals at Common Areas
  27. 27. Water Efficiency Low Flow Fixtures
  28. 28. Water Efficiency Water Efficient Landscaping Reclaimed Water Native Plants Capture Rainwater
  29. 29. Energy and Atmosphere Source: USGBC
  30. 30. Energy and Atmosphere Energy Star Home 1. Effective Insulation 2. High Performance Windows 3. Tight Construction Ducts 4. Efficient Heating and Cooling 5. Lighting and Appliances 6. 3rd Party Verification Note: These homes are 15% more efficient than 2004 Int. Res. Code (IRC)
  31. 31. Energy and Atmosphere Energy & Atmosphere • The average certified LEED home uses 30% to 40% less electricity • LEED homes save up to 100 metric tons of CO2 emissions over its lifetime. • Exceed ASHREA 90.1 by 15%
  32. 32. Energy and Atmosphere Average Predicted Energy Savings of LEED Homes Based on their average Home Energy Rating System (HERS) scores, homes certified under LEED for Homes since the program launched in January 2008 are predicted, on average, to have the potential for reduced energy usage compared with International Energy Conservation Code standards: LEED-Certified LEED-Silver LEED-Gold LEED-Platinum ~30% ~30% 48% 50-60%
  33. 33. Energy and Atmosphere Upgraded Stucco System Feature: • Blue DOW Stucco Foam Benefit: • 15% better R- Value to the System
  34. 34. Energy and Atmosphere Thermally Broken Windows Feature: • Installed with special low E glass with 1” inch air gap between dual panes. Benefit: • Reduce Heat Transfer and allows natural light
  35. 35. Energy and Atmosphere Spray In Recycled Insulation Roof: R-38 Walls: R-21 Floors: R-13 Benefit: Increased insulating quality by 15% over conventional insulation. First Cost & Long-term Savings Insulation – Go with the Best
  36. 36. Energy and Atmosphere Energy Efficient HVAC Systems Feature: • All units have 13 SEER heat pumps in lieu of 10 SEER • Youth and Management buildings 16 SEER Benefit: • Saves residents 5% - 10% in utility costs annually. • Saves Youth and Management buildings between 15% - 20% in cooling costs per year.
  37. 37. Energy and Atmosphere Building Efficient Duct System • Ducts in conditioned space • Sealed Ducts by using mastic or UL tapes • Insulated Ducts • Right Sized Ducts (ACCA Guidelines)
  38. 38. Energy and Atmosphere Substantially lower overall payback period •State and Federal Tax reductions •AZ Dept of Commerce + Electric Utilities – APS, SRP, TEP •Installation credits; installed watt credits •Yearly credits; Production based credits •Accelerated depreciation •General rules of thumb at this time: •50% to 70% overall cost reduction •Federal Tax incentive now at 30%, may go to 10% at YE
  39. 39. Energy and Atmosphere APS Residential AC Rebate Program • The APS Residential Air Conditioner (AC) Rebate Program offers rebates to APS residential customers who replace their existing heat pump or AC unit with a new high-efficiency system. Efficiency requirements and rebate amounts are shown below. Minimum Efficiency Levels – APS Rebate Amount • SEER 14 = $250 • SEER 16 = $400 Note: Add $100 if installed by a APS Qualified Contractor
  40. 40. Energy and Atmosphere Residential Solar and Renewable Incentives System type Up-front incentive with 20 year REC agreement Photovoltaic systems – Grid tied Up to $3/watt*4000 watt (4kW) – Grid Tied system installed. $3 x 4000 watts = $12,000 incentive – Off grid Up to $2/watt* Solar water heating $0.75/kWh savings – Water heater with first year savings of 1800 kWh based on OG-300 rating. $0.75 x 1800 kWh = $1,350 incentive Wind Energy – Grid tied $2.50/watt 5000 watt (5kW) Grid Tied system installed. $2.50 x 5000 watts = $12,500 incentive – Off grid $2/watt Up-front Incentives cannot exceed 50 percent of the total system cost (before any state and federal tax credits are applied).
  41. 41. Energy and Atmosphere Compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs is one of the easiest ways to start making an impact on your energy bills. Facts: • ENERGY STAR bulbs use 75 percent less energy • Save more than $30 in energy costs over the life of the bulb • Bulbs last up to 10 times longer • Operate at cooler temps – increasing indoor comfort
  42. 42. Material & Resources Source: USGBC
  43. 43. Material & Resources
  44. 44. Material & Resources Materials & Resources • The Materials & Resources (MR) category in the LEED for Homes Rating System has three components: • Material-Efficient Framing • Environmentally Preferable Products • Waste Management
  45. 45. Material & Resources Wood Products Feature • Wood products recycled and from rapidly renewable, local forest. Benefit: • Reduces use of non- renewable resources
  46. 46. Material & Resources Building Exterior Feature • Upgraded paint system Benefit: • Resists fading and heat absorption was used throughout.
  47. 47. Material & Resources Flooring Materials Feature: • 100% recycled 8.5LB Carpet Pad • Carpet made from recycled carpet Benefit • Saves landfill space by reusing old materials • Resist Staining • Durability • Feels Real Good on Feet!
  48. 48. Indoor Environmental Quality Source: USGBC
  49. 49. Indoor Environmental Quality
  50. 50. Indoor Environmental Quality Indoor Environmental Quality Pathway 1: ENERGY STAR with Indoor Air Package EQ 4.2: Enhanced Outdoor Air Ventilation EQ 5.2: Enhanced Local Exhaust EQ 5.3: Third-Party Testing EQ 7.2 or 7.3: Better or Best Air Filters EQ 8.2: Indoor Contaminant Control
  51. 51. Indoor Environmental Quality Indoor Environmental Quality Pathway 2: Prescriptive Approach The following strategies can earn points in this credit category: EQ 2: Combustion Venting EQ 3: Moisture Control EQ 4: Outdoor Air Ventilation EQ 5: Local Exhaust EQ 6: Distribution Systems EQ 7: Air Filtering EQ 8: Contaminant Control EQ 9: Radon Protection EQ 10: Garage Pollutant Protection
  52. 52. Indoor Environmental Quality Pressure Relief & Air Balancing – Balanced Air Flow – Dedicated Returns – Undercut Doors (1/2”) – Transfer Grills/Jumper Ducts
  53. 53. Indoor Environmental Quality Materials Feature: • Low VOC Material Benefit: • Reduces Impact on Environment • Improves IAQ • Safety of Workers
  54. 54. Market Trends
  55. 55. Green Programs • Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design • Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS) • Advanced Building Guidelines • Energy Star for Multifamily High-Rise (MFHR Pilot) • Green Globes (Canada) • S.P.I.R.I.T – Rating system used by Army Corp of Engineers • BREEAM Guidelines – Standards used by Canada and UK • NAHB Guidlines
  56. 56. LEED RATING SYSTEMS new LEED-NC construction existing LEED-EB buildings Commercial commercial Buildings LEED-CI interiors core & LEED-CS shell LEED for HOMES neighborhood LEED-ND development
  57. 57. LEED Checklists
  58. 58. Costing Green
  59. 59. Does LEED Cost More? The industry is providing 2 short answers: No, If your definition of cost includes; – Life Cycle Cost Analysis » “We are now at a point where you can build to LEED standards and it is not one penny more than conventional building”. Rick Fedrizzi CEO USGBC • Yes, If your definition of cost is only based on; – First Cost Analysis
  60. 60. Sample Life Cycle Cost Analysis Source: USGBC
  61. 61. Morrison Hershfield Study Platinum 11.5% Gold 4.5% Silver 3.1% Certified 0.8% 0.0% 2.0% 4.0% 6.0% 8.0% 10.0% 12.0% 14.0% Compilation of 4 U.S. Incremental Cost Studies Building function, location, LEED Level will determine your costs.
  62. 62. Sasaki Associates Study Increase in project construction costs, on a percentage basis for LEED certification. Certified 0– 2.5% Silver 0– 3.3% Gold 0.3 – 5.0% Platinum 4.5 – 8.5%
  63. 63. Benefits of Green
  64. 64. Benefits Source: USGBC
  65. 65. Benefits Source: USGBC
  66. 66. Benefits A Recent Owner Poll: • Economic benefits • Higher quality of life/healthier buildings • Reduced liability/cost of compliance • Strategic leadership opportunities • Energy & Operating Costs • Potential for higher rents
  67. 67. Questions
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