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This presentation details the sustainable strategies employed in the Remodeling and Addition for the Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center, the first major building to be designed according to the …

This presentation details the sustainable strategies employed in the Remodeling and Addition for the Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center, the first major building to be designed according to the Minnesota Sustainable Building Design Guide or B3 requirements.. This High Performance Building Case Study also summarizes the extensive daylighting analysis performed during the design of the project. The $20 Million Government Center houses a 60,000 SF public Library, Social Services Offices, Community Center, Courts facility, and state license service center. This project has won numersous awards and has been acclaimed as one of the best examples of daylighting in a public library in the US by library experts.

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  • 1. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects A High Performance Building Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center By Loren E Abraham AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects
  • 2. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects The "Whole Building" Design Approach Goal: to create a successful high-performance building. Strategy: Apply an integrated design approach during the planning and programming phases, e.g… • Involve all stakeholders in the design process The owner Design Team Building occupants Construction Manager Operation & maintenance personnel Government agencies Community Groups • Act on the premise that all building systems are interdependent – e.g., modeling the building using all available simulation tools
  • 3. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects The Basic Concept Recognizing that buildings:  are complex  consume vast amounts of energy and material resources over their life time The 'whole buildings' design approach is:  a collaborative effort  a comprehensive evaluation and modeling of materials, systems and assemblies for: cost quality-of-life future flexibility Efficiency overall environmental impact productivity and creativity how the occupants will be enlivened
  • 4. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Celebration of light Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Brooklyn Center, Minnesota
  • 5. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Brookdale Regional Center – What is sustainable? • Sustainable Building Overview • Minnesota Sustainable Building Guide and Comparison to LEED’s Rating System • Environmental Quality • Daylighting Design and Verification • Energy & Atmosphere • Excel Energy Assets Program • Brookdale Life-cycle Cost Analysis • Avoided Pollution (Externalities) • Material & Resource Strategies • Building Systems • Value Engineering – Value Analysis • Importance of Post Occupancy Evaluation
  • 6. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Brookdale Key Strategies 1. Reuse/Reduce/Recycle 2. Site & Water Strategies 3. Environmental Quality Strategies a. Daylighting b. Indoor Air Quality c. Thermal Comfort d. Human Factors 4. Energy Strategies (Energy Assets) 5. Value Engineering/Value Analysis 6. Building Commissioning
  • 7. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Minnesota State Guidelines B3 (Formerly: Minnesota Sustainable Buildings Guidelines) Similar in scope to LEED
  • 8. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects LEED Vs. MSBG What is LEED? The LEED Green Building Rating System™, developed by the USGBC, is the only nationally recognized green building rating system. LEED evaluates the performance of buildings from a “whole building” perspective, over the course of a building’s lifecycle, which provides a definitive standard for what constitutes a green building. LEED Credit Categories and point system – Sustainable Sites – 14 pts – Water Efficiency – 5p pts – Energy & Atmosphere – 17 pts – Materials & resources – 13pts – Indoor Environmental Quality – 15 pts – Innovation & Design Process – 5 pts
  • 9. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Optimize Resource Utilization Maximize Reuse of Existing Structure Before After
  • 10. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects
  • 11. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Optimize Site Potential • Site Access, Circulation and parking • Access to Public Transportation • Encourage Use of Bicycles, Motorcycles and car pools • Location of Buildings & Landscaping responds to climate & solar orientation • Site Lighting contained to site • Security not an afterthought • LID, stormwater Management Practices, Habitat, Ecosystems
  • 12. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Sustainable Building Sustainable architecture is foremost about reimagining the relationship between human beings and living systems. The most powerful expression of this is our built environment. Today, architects must work with systems; they must design new ways of living and working in which buildings play a key role. __Paul Hawken from the preface to Sustainable Architecture White Papers Thermal envelope optimized with R25 walls and an R40. Landscape buffer at park boundary. Locally quarried limestone colonade. Structural systems optimized to reduce embodied energy by making frame lighter. Pond landscaped with native wetland plant materials. Building demolition waste materials were ground up and reused on site as base for parking lot. Permeable paving at plaza. Deciduous trees control solar rays based on seasonal requirements. Advanced selective low-e glazing optimizes daylight and solar gains with an R4 insulating value. Clerestory windows to harvest Daylight. Existing building and infrastructure were reused.
  • 13. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Protect and Conserve Water Ecological Stormwater Management • Pro-active watershed wide planning approach • Draintiles adjusted and removed to let as much rain as possible soak into the ground where it falls • Minimize impervious surface area • Deep-Rooted Plant Communities in Pervious Areas • Direct Runoff from Impervious Surfaces to Pervious Surfaces • Swales with checkdams carry runoff to stormwater wetlands • Runoff detained and cleansed in stormwater wetlands Bio-swale schematic Courtesy Pierce County, WA/WSU Extension
  • 14. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Protect and Conserve Water – Rainwater Gardens – Wetland Restoration – Bio-filtration Pond takes runoff from parking lot
  • 15. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects
  • 16. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects
  • 17. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Optimize Resource Utilization Reuse/Reduce/Recycle • Renovate and Reuse Existing Building • Salvage/Recycle Demolition Materials • Separate/Recycle Construction Wastes • Use Recycled Materials • Use Recyclable Materials • Reduce Embodied Energy • Design for Reuse/Disassembly • Reduce Life-cycle Operation & Maintenance
  • 18. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Celebrating light
  • 19. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Daylighting Design & Verification • Daylighting Principles • Daylighting Goals • Daylighting Strategies • Daylighting Assessment
  • 20. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Daylighting Design & Verification Daylighting Principles – Bring Light in High – Control and diffuse it – Bounce and redirect it
  • 21. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Daylighting Design & Verification Goals – Optimize ambient levels in both perimeter and core zones – Reduce glare, increase visual acuity and comfort – Maintain minimum ambient levels in key areas e.g., 20 fc at floor in stack areas – Control direct light more in task areas, less in non-task areas • Daylighting Strategies
  • 22. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Daylighting Strategies Implemented Figure A: Schematic Section showing the daylighting strategies employed. Figure C: Small punched openings positioned high along mainstreet allow direct sunlight into non-critical task areas and the resulting light and shadow create movement and interest. The openings are beveled to optimize light and minimize uncomfortable contrasts between window and wall. Figure D: The condition at the new and existing building interface presents an opportunity to create clerestrories at the high-low roof intersection. The clerestory on the left faces north and brings in soft diffuse light while the clerestory on the right faces west. Figure E: Existing clerestories in the renovated portion of the regional center were retained and re-glazed with new higher performance glazing for improved daylighting performance. They allow daylight in the areas of the building core that would otherwise be windowless. Figure B: Prismatic glass redirects intense rays of light coming from the West up onto the plaster scoop.
  • 23. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Daylighting Strategies Implemented Figure 1: Shafts of daylight stream into West Rotunda Interior providing a feeling of well-being as well as valuable information. Figure 2: High clerestories in the library at”Mainstreet” provide glare free abundant light to the room below without the problems of direct light. The vertical surfaces bounce and diffuse the light Figure 3: Sloping the ceiling has the same effect as maintaining the higher level throughout the space with the added advantages of greater clearance above the ceiling for mechanical systems where it is needed and the ceiling is brighter than it would be if flat because it reflects incident horizontal light much better. Figure 4: A highly efficient reflective film called SOLF (short for solar optic lens film) made by 3M, optimizes the effectiveness of these light shelves in the Library which bounce light up onto the sloped ceiling providing more even illumination in the space. They also reduce glare near the windows Figure 5: By providing a graduated “frit” pattern on the glass above the light shelf instead of using the solar shade, we ensure that there will always be illumination for the light shelf and the frit reduces heat gains similar to the shade system but with far less cost. Figure 6: The molded plaster light “Scoop” in the Courts waiting area effectively softens and distributes light not only to this space but the adjacent rooms as well.
  • 24. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Daylighting Studies Illuminance Study Results – Benefits of Clerestories – Excess Light at Curtainwall – Light Shelves Effective – Skylights Beneficial at Low Ceiling Areas
  • 25. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects
  • 26. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Daylighting Studies Illuminance Study Results – Benefits of Clerestories – Excess Light at Curtainwall – Light Shelves Effective
  • 27. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects A B C D E F G 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 0.00 0.05 0.10 0.15 0.20 0.25 0.30 0.35 SE Area 1 Daylight Factors - No Light Shelves 0.30-0.35 0.25-0.30 0.20-0.25 0.15-0.20 0.10-0.15 0.05-0.10 0.00-0.05 South Facing Glass Curtainwall Mainstreet in Library Daylighting Studies – curtainwall & lightshelves A B C D E F G 1 3 5 7 9 11 13 15 17 19 21 23 25 27 29 SE Area 1 Daylight Factors - With Light Shelves South Facing Glass Curtainwall Mainstreet in Library No light shelves Light shelves
  • 28. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Daylighting Studies Illuminance Study Results – Benefits of Clerestories – Excess Light at Curtainwall – Light Shelves Effective
  • 29. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Daylighting Studies Illuminance Study Results – Benefits of Clerestories – Excess Light at Curtainwall – Light Shelves Effective – Skylights Beneficial at Low Ceiling Areas
  • 30. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects
  • 31. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 A C E G K M O Q S U South East Daylight Factors - Area 2 0.200-0.250 0.150-0.200 0.100-0.150 0.050-0.100 0.000-0.050 -0.050-0.000 West Wall Mainstreet Clerestory North Daylighting Studies No Skylights at Low Ceiling
  • 32. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Daylighting Studies 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 A B C D E F G H K L M N O P Q R S T U South East Area 2 Daylight Factors With Skylights 0.200-0.250 0.150-0.200 0.100-0.150 0.050-0.100 0.000-0.050 West Wall Mainstreet Clerestory North Skylights at Low Ceiling
  • 33. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Daylighting Studies Irradiance Studies Purpose: To Determine Times and Source of Undesirable Direct Ray penetration into interior WSolstice WSolsticeSSolstice Equinox SSolstice Equinox WSolsticeSSolstice Equinox WSolsticeSSolstice Equinox D B E A
  • 34. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Daylighting Studies Exterior Shading Studies EquinoxSSolstice Equinox
  • 35. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Daylighting Study Analysis Conclusions & Corrective Measures  Solar Shading System needed at Curtainwall below light shelf  Graduated frit preferred for solar control above light shelf  Light shelf helps to create a more uniform illuminance level across area South of Main Street  Window Blinds will be needed at all perimeter windows
  • 36. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Daylighting Study Analysis
  • 37. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Daylighting Study Analysis Conclusions & Corrective Measures Prismatic Glazing preferred for solar control at West facing clerestory Rotundas will not present a visual disability problem to adjacent task areas Black out shades needed at Storytime
  • 38. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Shafts of daylight stream into Rotunda Interiors providing a feeling of well-being as well as valuable subliminal information.
  • 39. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Clerestories in the library at”Mainstreet” provide glare free abundant light to the spaces below without the problems of direct light. The vertical surfaces bounce and diffuse the light.
  • 40. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Sloping the ceiling has the same effect as maintaining the higher level throughout the space with the added advantages of greater clearance above the ceiling for mechanical systems here it is needed and the ceiling is brighter than it would be if flat because it reflects incident horizontal light much better. Sloped Ceiling
  • 41. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Light Shelves Light Shelves: A highly efficient reflective film called SOLF (short for solar optic lens film) made by 3M, optimizes the effectiveness of these light shelves in the Library which bounce light up onto the sloped ceiling providing more even illumination in the space. They also reduce glare near the windows
  • 42. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects By providing a graduated “frit” pattern on the glass above the light shelf instead of using the solar shade, we ensure that there will always be illumination for the light shelf and the frit reduces heat gains similar to the shade system but with far less cost. Fritted Glass
  • 43. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Plaster light scoop The molded plaster light “Scoop” in the Courts waiting area effectively softens and distributes light not only to this space but the adjacent rooms as well.
  • 44. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Daylighting Hardware Strategies order to harvest the energy savings made possible from harvesting the natural daylight, photosensors detect natural light levels and send a message to the light fixture ballast (shown at right) dimming the light proportionately between 25-100% of the total lamp output. Electronic dimming ballasts are used in all light fixtures serving designated Daylight Zones and allow photosensor controlled dimming A highly efficient reflective film called SOLF (short for solar optic lens film) made by 3M, optimizes the effectiveness of these light shelves in the Library which bounce light up onto the sloped ceiling providing more even illumination in the space. They also reduce glare near the windows Charcoal Gray Eco-veil 5% open shade cloth is used. Darker colors appear transparent to occupants, whereas lighter colors diffuse light and add glare. Solar Trac II – Automated sun tracking shade control system.
  • 45. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects
  • 46. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects
  • 47. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects
  • 48. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects
  • 49. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects
  • 50. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Indoor Environmental Quality • Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) • Thermal Comfort • Lighting Quality and Visual Acuity • Human Factors
  • 51. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Indoor Air Quality Factors affecting Indoor Air Quality a. Ventilation b. Source Control & Material Selection c. Cleansing and Maintenance
  • 52. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Human Factors • User adjustable work surfaces and seating • Facilities designed for accessibility • Appropriate selection of hardware • Logically laid out spaces with intuitive way-finding circulation design • Easily seen and understood signage
  • 53. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Energy and Atmosphere Significance of Energy Consumption in Buildings
  • 54. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Energy and Atmosphere Excel Energy Assets • Thermal Loads • Optimization and Design • Energy Use Reduction • Peak Demand Load Reduction • Utility Cost Reduction • Computer Simulation (DOE 2) • Life Cycle Cost Benefit Analysis • Building Commissioning • Energy Strategy Verification and Utility Rebate ($50,000)
  • 55. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Energy Efficiency Strategies Employed High Performance Lighting Systems: • Daylight Harvesting – Continuous Dimming Controls… • High Performance AzurliteTM Glazing (high transmittance-VT /low shading coef.) • Occupancy Sensor Lighting Controls Wherever feasible, e.g., Private Offices, Conference Rooms, Storage Rooms, etc. • Programmable Multi-purpose Lighting Systems in Meeting and Training Rooms • Timer Control of lighting wherever feasible by BAS • Improve Lighting Quality & Reduce FC Levels • T8 lamps w/Electronic Ballsts • Compact Fluorescents used in lieu of Incandescent and HID
  • 56. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Energy Efficiency Strategies Employed High Performance HVAC Systems: • Reduced Thermal Loads (reduce equipment size) through high performance Glazing, solar controls & landscaping - Result: 20% (100 ton) reduction in cooling loads • VFD’s on pumps and AHU fans • High Efficiency Chiller (modular screw type) • Building Automation System • All Direct Digital Temperature Controls (in lieu of Pneumatic) • Occupancy Sensor Control of VAV Boxes where appropriate
  • 57. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Other Energy Strategies Employed • Hi-reflectance Ceilings (improved lighting efficacy) • Increased Thermal Insulation R- Values (R25 avg. walls & R40 Roof) • Commissioning Process • Expanded Daylighting Strategy • Increase VAV boxes (greater degree of individual user control)
  • 58. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Energy Simulation Results
  • 59. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects
  • 60. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Importance of Commissioning • Establish Design goals that are optimal and comprehensive • Ensure that construction details and specifications are installed as designed • Provide for optimal calibration of Daylighting Controls and Occupancy Sensors • Provide for Proper Programming of Temperature Controls and Building Automation Systems • Evaluate effectiveness of design and possible need for modifications Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects
  • 61. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Importance of Post-Occupancy Evaluation • Determine whether Design functions as intended • Evaluate user satisfaction • Identify and resolve problems • Verify Predicted Energy savings • Verify Predicted performance of Renewable Energy Systems (e.g., photovoltaic, wind turbines, Ground source Heat Pumps, etc.) • Verify stormwater management system performance • Identify gains in Productivity and Absenteeism Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects
  • 62. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects OWNER TEAM Hennepin County Property Services Department Mark Merrill, Project Manager Greg, Karr, Design Construction Manager Tom Peters, Facilities Manager Roy Earl, Engineering Manager Susie Graber, Interiors Manager Tom Billings, Engineering Manager Dick Eisner, Industrial Hygienist Phrashant Kharkar , Planning Director Jon Gravender, Planner Mark Lee, Acting Security Manager Hennepin County Libraries Janet Leick, Librarian Administrative Director Charles Brown, Director David Cramer, Administrative Service Manager Sharon Charles, Tech Server Manager Larry Aamot, Purchasing Manager Bruce Wilda, Facilities Bill Berg, Audio Visual Systems Rick Johnson, Audio Visual Systems Henn. County Children, Family, Adult service David Sanders, Director Joan Smith, Deputy Director Bruce Gottsche, Deputy Director Terri McGinley, Deputy Director John Sellen, Deputy Director Randy Stacy, Deputy Director Karen Wahlund Lea Bloomquist County Economic Assistance Deborah Huskins, Director Don Holmberg Cathy Lindberg Gloria Lundberg Hennepin County Community Corrections Fred LaFleur, Director Juli Jones Linda Berg Donna Griffin Les Pratt Bob Roeglin Elizabeth Sands Hennepin County Sheriff's Office Patrick McGowan, Sheriff Mike Hubred, Sargeant Brian Kasbohm, Deputy Dick Loose, Captain Thomas Merkel, Inspector Hennepin County District Court Mark Thompson, Administrator Michael Kelley, Assistant Administrator Mike Hickey Wayne Minske Sandra Pugh Hennepin County Taxpayer Services Pat O'Conner, Director Mark Oswald, Manager Barb Ramaker, IT Information Technology Operations Leanne Combs Gary Kamp Bob Lerner Hennepin County Communications Deb Holweger Greg White
  • 63. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects BROOKDALE USER GROUPS Hennepin County Property Services User Group Kandice Barnes, Building Manager Jeff McGregor, Building Engineer Brookdale Library User Group Michael McConnell, Head Librarian Julaine Heit, Youth Service Library Jackie Gillespie, Service Manager Gail Mauer, Adult Service Library Molly Schaaf, Youth Service Library Jeanne Stevens, Adult Service Library Joe Manion Diane Deutsch Brookdale Regional Center Children, Family, Adult service User Group Lynn Malfeld, CFS Supervisor Pam Reinke Hal Schippitz, AS Supervisor Laura Linn, AS Supervisor Hennepin County Public Defender User Group Sheila Faulkner James Grochal Barry Merchant Hennepin County District Court User Group Sheldon Spack, Supervisor Hennepin County Sheriff's Office User Group June Johnson, Sargeant Brian Kasbohm, Deputy Brookdale Service Center User Group Lyn Juntunen, Manager Michael Hanson
  • 64. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects PROJECT DESIGN TEAM OWNER REPRESENTATIVE Hennepin County Property Services Mark Merrill, Project Manager ARCHITECTS Abraham + Associates Architects Loren E. Abraham, AIA, Lead Designer and Principal Architect Greg Ludwig, AIA, Project Manager Buetow & Associates, Inc. Tom Dunwell, AIA, Principal Mod Feders, AIA, Project Manager Dave Olds, AIA Project Architect James Kampmann, Project Captain INTERIOR DESIGNER Nelson (E-Design) Debra Emert, ASID, Principal Jennifer Gilligan, Senior Interior Designer CIVIL & STRUCTURAL Clark Engineering Corporation ENGINEERS Hadi Sajadi, P.E., Principal Structural Engineer Barry Wagner, P.E., Principal Civil Engineer MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL Gausman & Moore ENGINEERS Robert Full, P.E., Principal Mechanical Engineer Bill Kosanke, Mechanical Engineer Lane Hersey, Principal Electrical Engineer Steve Schroeder, Electrical Engineer Jim Keller, P.E., Consulting Engineer (Sustainable Design)Da Jeff Westlund, P.E. Communications Engineer
  • 65. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects PROJECT TEAM (Other Consultants) LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS Brodsho Consulting Debbie Brodsho, Landscape Architect and Kestrel Design Group, Inc. Peter McDonagh, RLA Sean Jergens, Landscape designer DAYLIGHTING Abraham + Associates/Daybreak Technology, L.L.C. Loren Abraham, Principal Facilities: UofM Daylighting Lab ENERGY ASSISTANCE The Weidt Group Jay Johnson, Project Manager SUSTAINABLE DESIGN University of Minnesota Center for Sustainable Building Research John Carmody, Director AUDIO VISUAL Elert & Associates Will Craig, CTS-D SECURITY James L. Johnson Associates, Inc. James L. Johnson, Principal CONTRACTOR Shaw-Lundquist Associates, Inc. Dave LaPree, Project Manager Spencer Jurens, Job Superintendant Paul Rosendale, Project Manager at large
  • 66. Daylighting Case Study The Hennepin County Brookdale Regional Center Loren E. Abraham, AIA, LEED AP abraham + associates architects Questions