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How to build to Net Zero in Commercial Construction.

How to build to Net Zero in Commercial Construction.

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  • 1. “ Providing Excellence for the Next Generation”
  • 2. Insulated Concrete Form Building Technology
      • ICF Technology Overview and Applications
      • Code Approvals
      • Benefits of ICF technology
      • Details of “Nudura” – Insulated Concrete Forms
      • High Performance Schools and Achieving Net Zero
  • 3. Today’s construction industry is looking for Innovative Materials... ...that meet the challenges and concerns of the changing world.
  • 4. ICF Technology Overview
  • 5. NUDURA Integrated Building Technology
    • NUDURA patented locking mechanism
    4” form unit 6” form unit 8” form unit 10” form unit 12” form unit Available in 4”, 6”, 8”, 10” & 12” core thickness
  • 6. Features and Benefits
    • Web design provides full 1 ½” fastening strip
  • 7. 8’ Standard Folding Form Units 8’ long
  • 8. 45 ° / 90 ° Form Units
  • 9. Radius Wall Forms
  • 10. Gable End Walls
  • 11. Radius Topped Windows
    • Radius topped openings can easily be formed into NUDURA’s walls using a number of different methods
    Note: Refer to 3.7-34 in the Installation Manual
  • 12. Footings installed… Standard footings are installed according to applicable building codes and engineering requirements. Stepped footings are easily accommodated with the flexibility of ICF construction.
  • 13. Block are set… Form units are stacked similar to building blocks to the required building dimensions.
  • 14. Reinforcing rebar is placed according to the design requirements into notches provided by the webbing. Reinforcing Rebar added…
  • 15.
    • Window and door “Bucks” or frames are placed in the wall.
    • “ Bucks” can be created using several different material options.
    Wall openings installed…
  • 16. Electrical Installations
    • Rough-In for electrical work is
    • accomplished in various ways
  • 17. Plumbing Installations
    • Up to 1 ½” PVC pipe with coupler
    • in most flat wall systems
    • Rough in same as electrical
  • 18. Mechanical Penetrations
  • 19. Alignment Systems
    • NUDURA’s Alignment System is made up of four components
    Box channel Adjustable diagonal brace
      • Guard rail post
      • Cat walk bracket
  • 20. NUDURA’s Tall Wall Alignment Solution
  • 21. Brick Ties and Flashing
  • 22. Load Bearing Beams and Columns
  • 23. Load Bearing Imbeds and Beam Pockets
  • 24. Floor and Roof Truss Attachments
  • 25. Completed Walls
  • 26. Concrete Placement
    • Concrete placement rate should not exceed 4’ of lift per hour (per ACI 304 and CAN/CSA A23.1 for proper placement of concrete)
    • Factors that affect speed of concrete placement:
        • Slump of concrete
        • Size of aggregate
        • Air temperature
        • Concrete temperature
        • Rebar size and spacing
        • Concrete mix design
  • 27. Waterproofing Below Grade
    • Apply the waterproofing membrane below grade.
  • 28. Nudura Applications
    • Schools, Universities and Educational Facilities
    • Healthcare Facilities
    • Hotels
    • Condominiums
    • Retail Facilities
    • Swimming Pools
  • 29. Alvaton Elementary School – Bowling Green, KY Energy Star Award Winning School • CEFPI Southwest Region Elementary School of the Year
  • 30. Alvaton Elementary School - 2006 Warren County Schools Bowling Green, Kentucky 750 Student Capacity 77,000 sf SCB: Case Study 35 kBtu/sf/year $167,259 Savings Annually
    • ICF Exterior wall construction (First ICF School in the Nation!)
    • Geothermal heating and cooling
    • Sandwich panel metal roof system R-30 insulation value
    • Lighting and HVAC motion sensors
    • Daylighting
    • Energy efficient glazing at windows
    • GREENGUARD certified interior finishes
    High Performance Features:
  • 31. Hearn Elementary School - 2008 Franklin County Schools Frankfort, Kentucky 550 Student Capacity 67,853 sf SCB: Case Study 36 kBtu/sf/year $164,401 Savings Annually
    • ICF Exterior wall construction
    • Geothermal heating and cooling
    • Automatic building shut-down system
    • Daylighting
    • Energy efficient glazing at windows
    • GREENGUARD certified interior finishes
    High Performance Features:
  • 32. Joseph Warren Middle & High School – Bowling Green, KY
    • 326,000 sq ft project
    • Live webcam – visit
    • www.holdfast.com
  • 33. Anderson County Board of Education – Frankfort, KY
  • 34. Anderson County Elementary School
  • 35. Nudura ICF Wall On the left a Nudura ICF wall; On the right a traditional CMU wall Anderson County School
  • 36. Bellarmine University Dormitories – Louisville, KY
    • Awarded this project based on
    • the speed of construction.
    • 104,000 sq ft project
    • Construction began – Jan 2007
    • Completed – July 2007
  • 37.
    • Millville Seniors Housing – Millville, NJ
    • 83,000 sq ft LEED project
    • 1 floor per week - 6 man crew
    • Improved building schedule by 2 months
  • 38.
    • Elm Terrace Gardens – Lansdale, PA
    • 45,000 sq ft
    • 2 story – 72 bed facility
  • 39. Biotech Medical Center
  • 40. Hilton Garden Inn – Lewisville, TX 6-stories + conference center ICF system allowed switch from PTAC units to Diakin System Able to reduce electric service to building by 3,500 AMPS (saved approx. $130,000)
  • 41. West Village Time Lapse Insulating Concrete Forms
  • 42. 0 Months 2006 10 19
  • 43. 2006 10 19
  • 44. 2006 11 09
  • 45. 2006 10 19
  • 46. 2006 11 09
  • 47. 2006 11 09
  • 48. 1 Months 2006 11 17
  • 49. 2006 11 20
  • 50. 2006 11 22
  • 51. 2006 12 06
  • 52. 2006 12 12
  • 53. 2 Months 2006 12 18
  • 54. 2006 12 21
  • 55. 2006 12 30
  • 56. 2006 12 30
  • 57. 2007 01 01
  • 58. 2007 01 02
  • 59. 2007 01 02
  • 60. 2007 01 12
  • 61. 2007 01 13
  • 62. 2007 01 16
  • 63. 3 Months 2007 01 18
  • 64. 2007 01 25
  • 65. 2007 01 25
  • 66. 2007 02 10
  • 67. 2007 02 14
  • 68. 4 Months 2007 02 15
  • 69. 2007 02 21
  • 70. 2007 02 28
  • 71. 2007 03 09
  • 72. 2007 03 09
  • 73. 5 Months 2007 03 09
  • 74. 6 Months 2007 04 23
  • 75. 2007 04 23a
  • 76. 2007 04 24
  • 77. 2007 04 24
  • 78. 2007 05 17
  • 79. 7 Months 2007 05 23
  • 80. 2007 05 23
  • 81. 2007 05 24
  • 82. 8 Months 2007 06 26
  • 83. 2007 06 26
  • 84. 2007 07 10
  • 85. 9 Months 2007 07 10
  • 86. 1 Year 2007 10 01
  • 87. 2007 10 01
  • 88. 1 Year 2007 10 01
  • 89. West Village – Canada LEED Platinum Certified 107 Units - $20 Million Cost
  • 90.  
  • 91. NUDURA Pools
  • 92. Below is a list of some of Nudura’s current projects
    • 17 condominium projects
    • 20 hotels
    • 34 medical facilities
    • (eye care centers, cancer research centers, hospitals, emergency centers and assisted living centers)
    • 12 government center and military facilities
    • 9 movie theaters
    • 28 retail centers
  • 93. North American Code Approvals
    • USA
    • ICC-ES: ER-6163
    • NES NER-663
    • Various Individual State approvals as applicable
    • CANADA
    • CCMC (NRC – Canada #13063-R)
    • Ontario Ministers Ruling
    Nudura Corporation is a certified Energy Star Partner and the Nudura ICF block does qualify for LEED Program points.
  • 94. Building Green Starts With NUDURA
    • NUDURA is manufactured from recycled or recyclable material
    • NUDURA Buildings produce little waste during the construction process and all waste is 100% recyclable
    • NUDURA Forms emit no CFC’s or HCFC’s
    • NUDURA Forms are manufactured under strict guidelines using only processes that are non-ozone depleting
    • NUDURA’s unique technological design reduces waste during the construction process reducing the amount of waste sent to landfills.
  • 95.
    • Fire / Flammability Resistance
      • Non-combustible self extinguishing materials
      • Mandatory flame retardant in all foam plastic insulation (bromine)
        • Flame spread 5
        • Smoke Developed 300 (from UL File R5817(A))
      • Code dictates all foam plastics be protected with a thermal barrier
      • Exteriors of multi storey buildings must be protected from flame propagation
      • Flame ignition temperature of 698 ° F and self ignition temperature of 806 ° F in accordance with ASTM D1929
      • Concrete core provides a fire resistance rating of up to 4 hours.
      • (ASTM E119 – CAN/ULC - 101)
    Code Approvals
  • 96.  
  • 97. Broad Wall Height and Building Type Capabilities
    • Flexible Core Thicknesses
    • 4,6,8,10,12 inch up to 24”
    • Below Grade
    • Single Story
    • Multi-story
    • Bearing and Curtain Walls
  • 98. Versatile Finish Flexibility
      • Brick Veneer
      • Stone
      • Cement Board Siding
      • Stucco
      • Direct Applied EIFS
      • Almost any finish can be applied to the inside and outside of an ICF
  • 99. Nudura Details And Cost Comparisons Please visit www.Nudura.com
  • 100. Nudura Wall Section
  • 101. Nudura Wall Section
  • 102. Miscellaneous Wall Connection Details
  • 103. Cost comparison completed by a hotel developer and contractor Block and Plank Interior walls – every other one Exterior 6” walls 18500 Labor Internal non-bearing walls includes labor & materials Insulation – interior walls only Foam Fill Red Steel 20 Tons (fabricated odd jobs, $1) Footing Design Add for 5’ additional to building for drywall & brick additions Precast Floor System Concrete SOG Elevator walls Total $170,000.00 157,250.00 Included $159,360.00 $12,000.00 $21,757.00 $50,000.00 $1,890.00 $330,825.00 $42,600.00 $60,000.00 $1,005,682.00 Nudura ICF Wall System Interior walls – every other one includes $1 of contingency Exterior 6” walls 18500 Labor includes a $1 of contingency Internal non-bearing walls includes labor & materials Insulation – interior walls only Shoring Red Steel 20 Tons (fabricated odd jobs, $1) Footing Design Add for 5’ additional to building for drywall & brick additions Precast Floor System Concrete SOG Elevator walls Total $171,800.00 $158,915.00 Included $121,360.00 $12,000.00 Not Required $50,000.00 $1,890.00 $330,825.00 $42,000.00 $60,000.00 $950,025.00 Infinity Systems Metal Stud Wall System 42057 sf of Composite deck epicore msr Pourstop Structural internal walls Installation estimate Exterior non-load bearing walls 18500 Exterior installation 18500 Internal non-bearing walls includes labor & materials Insulation – interior walls only Shoring Red Steel 20 Tons Check lateral loads Footing Redesign Shear Panel walls Sheathing Brick Relief Angle 30’ 3 rd floor Brick Relief Angle 30’ 4 th floor Concrete Pours 5” slab Concrete SOG Elevator walls and stairs Total $365,325.00 Included Included $157,775.00 $150,500.00 $25,000.00 $81,360.00 $6,000.00 Included $50,000.00 $5,000.00 $3,500.00 ?? $4,500.00 $4,500.00 $168,228.00 $42,600.00 $60,000.00 $1,124,288.00
  • 104. Cost comparison completed by a hotel developer and contractor Wood 2 x 6 Construction Panel Walls interior and exterior Interior walls 2 x 4 staggered Interior Framing Exterior 2 x 6 Labor to install should be 3.25sf bid at 4.25 Tyvek 30 rolls Insulation – interior walls only R19 insulation .52st, .62sf both sides (please note attic $38 is .51sf – this building will cost approximately 7542 Insulation exterior walls 24k Exterior 2 x 6 walls, 28000 ½ foam and R19 insulation, 3” 50,000 Red Steel 16 Tons Shear Panel walls Footing Redesign Fire stopping, fire collars Sheathing In-between floors 42500, .52 Drywall Costs Additional Brick Costs Floor trusses and OSB Concrete SOG Elevator walls and stairs Total $113,447.00 $25,000.00 Included Included $138,125.00 $5,400.00 $34,560.00 $28,000.00 $40,000.00 $20,000.00 $5,000.00 $10,000.00 Included above $22,100.00 $35,000.00 $16,286.00 $114,000.00 $42,600.00 $60,000.00 $709,518.00 Nudura ICF Wall System Interior walls – every other one includes $1 of contingency Exterior 6” walls 18500 Labor includes a $1 of contingency Internal non-bearing walls includes labor & materials Insulation – interior walls only Shoring Red Steel 20 Tons (fabricated odd jobs, $1) Footing Design Add for 5’ additional to building for drywall & brick additions Floor truss system and OSB Concrete SOG Elevator walls Total $171,800.00 $158,915.00 Included $121,360.00 $12,000.00 Not Required $50,000.00 $1,890.00 $114,000.00 $42,000.00 $60,000.00 $733,200.00
  • 105. Weiland-Davco Corporation Hopevale Church
  • 106. SPEED OF CONSTRUCTION = NUDURA’s Standard Form Places 12 sq. Ft in one Building Step.
  • 107. SPEED OF CONSTRUCTION : LABOR PRODUCTION RATES
    • Following Rates are quoted from “RS-Means Labor Rates for the Construction Industry-2009”
    • 8 - inch thick foundation walls –
    • cut joints no reinforcing     0.094 man hrs/sf
    • 10 - inch thick                           0.114 man hrs/sf
    • 12 – inch thick                          0.160 man hrs/sf
    • 8 - inch thick above grade walls-
    • tooled joints- foam inserts 0.111 man hrs/sf
    • 10 – inch thick                          0.138 man hrs/sf
    • 12 - inch thick                           0.192 man hrs/sf
  • 108. SPEED OF CONSTRUCTION : LABOR PRODUCTION RATES
    • Following Rates are quoted from “RS-Means Labor Rates for the Construction Industry-2009”
    • 8 - inch thick foundation walls –
    • cut joints no reinforcing     0.094 man hrs/sf
    • 10 - inch thick                           0.114 man hrs/sf
    • 12 – inch thick                          0.160 man hrs/sf
    • 8 - inch thick above grade walls-
    • tooled joints- foam inserts 0.111 man hrs/sf
    • 10 – inch thick                          0.138 man hrs/sf
    • 12 - inch thick                           0.192 man hrs/sf
  • 109. SPEED OF CONSTRUCTION NUDURA’s Standard Form Places 12 sq. Ft in one Building Step.
    • 6 - inch below grade walls-
    • few openings simple plan layout                 
    •               -0.020 man hrs/sf
    • 6 - inch above grade walls
    • – average openings
    • – experienced crew                  -0.040 man hrs/sf
  • 110. SPEED OF CONSTRUCTION NUDURA’s Standard Form Places 12 sq. Ft in one Building Step.
    • 6 - inch below grade walls-
    • few openings simple plan layout                 
    •               -0.020 man hrs/sf
    • 6 - inch above grade walls
    • – average openings
    • – experienced crew                  -0.040 man hrs/sf
    • 6 - inch above grade walls
    • – commercial construction
    • - 10 foot walls          -0.050 man hrs/sf
    • 8 - inch above grade tall walls
    • – commercial warehouse
    • - avg. openings                  -0.070 man hrs/sf
  • 111. SPEED OF CONSTRUCTION NUDURA’s Standard Form Places 12 sq. Ft in one Building Step.
    • 6 - inch above grade
    • - multi-story complex plan
    • - avg. openings                - 0.060-0.070 man hrs/sf
    • 10 - inch tall walls
    • -(gymnasium-warehouse)
    •                                   - 0.070-0.080 man hrs/sf
  • 112. KENNY STANFIELD, AIA WWW.SCB.KY WWW.SCB.KY HIGH PERFORMANCE SCHOOL FACILITIES
  • 113.
    • WALLS BRACED FROM INSIDE
    • BUILDING FOOTPRINT WHICH
    • REDUCES CONSTRUCTION IMPACT
    • ON SITE
    High Performance Features of Nudura Wall System
    • REDUCES CONSTRUCTION TIME DUE
    • TO SPEED OF WALL ASSEMBLY
    • LABOR COSTS LOWER THAN
    • TRADITIONAL MASONRY WALL
    • CONSTRUCTION
  • 114.
    • ICF WALL SYSTEM ALLOWS ANY TYPE OF VENEER SURFACE
    • ALVATON FAÇADE CONSISTS OF ACCENT & FIELD BRICK, GROUND FACE CMU, AND E.I.F.S. TRIM & SOFFITS
  • 115. SCB’s Energy Cost Case Studies
  • 116. DESIGNING THE SCHOOL OF THE FUTURE TODAY ACHIEVING NET ZERO ENERGY
  • 117.  
  • 118. Richardsville Elementary School 18 kBtu/sf/year $223,744 Savings Annually Innovation
  • 119. Innovation
  • 120. Innovation Active Daylight
    • Projects both direct and indirect sunlight into classroom space by light shelves and/or solar tubes while reducing the need for artificial light
    • Results in enhanced day lit classroom space and reduced lighting energy consumption.
    • Natural light in classrooms creates a pleasant, comfortable visual environment which can increase student and teacher performance
  • 121. HIGH PERFORMANCE FEATURES OF ICF WALL SYSTEM Typical ICF Wall Section
  • 122. Innovation High Performance Wall System – Insulated Concrete Forms (ICF)
    • Improves speed of construction
    • Comprised of greater than 50% recycled
    • material
    • Reduces construction waste
    • Reduces noise infiltration
    • Blocks out allergens and air pollutants
    • High strength / storm resistant
  • 123. Innovation Photo Voltaic System (PV)
    • 280 kW System size
    • Grid tied system
    • PV System to produce 358,000 kWH annually
    • 44,400 square feet of panels on roof
    • 5,600 square feet of panels on covered parking structure
    • Tennessee Valley Authority program
  • 124. Innovation Richardsville Elementary School Warren County Schools Bowling Green, Kentucky 550 Student Capacity 72,285 sf Net Zero Energy
    • Photo Voltaic System
    • ICF Interior and exterior wall construction
    • Geothermal heating and cooling
    • De-centralized pumping
    • Lighting and HVAC motion sensors
    • White reflective membrane roof
    • Bio-retention swales
    • Active daylighting with light shelves and solar tubes
    • “ GREEN” Kitchen management
    • Wireless technology
    • Energy efficient glazing at windows
    • GREENGUARD certified interior finishes
    High Performance Features:
  • 125. Innovation Richardsville Elementary School in Kentucky will be the first Net Zero Energy designed public school in the nation.
  • 126. NUDURA Educational Sector Projects
    • 14 college / university student residences completed
    • 3 community colleges in design
    • 7 additions to existing facilities specified (specifically
    • for sound attenuation capabilities)
    • 12 schools have been secured and/ or broken ground
    • 87 primary and secondary schools specified
    • 278 School districts considering NUDURA ICF’s
    • Currently working on 3 net-zero schools
  • 127.
    • Is there any other type of wall system that will meet these specifications and provide these benefits?
    • Benefits
    • Structural Stability
    • Energy Efficiency
    • Sound Resistance
    • Finished Wall System – ready for exterior façade and interior finishes
    What type of buildings do you feel that this product is suitable for?
  • 128. “ Progress occurs when courageous, skillful leaders seize the opportunity to change things for the better.” Harry S. Truman (1884-1972)
  • 129. Thank you NUDURA and its network of Distributors wants to thank everyone for taking time out of their busy schedules to attend today.

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