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LEED/Transportation Symposium - Justin Schor

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Justin Schor, a senior TDM specialist at Wells + Associates, presents the different scenarios and plans that building developers and others can get towards points for LEED certification, focusing on …

Justin Schor, a senior TDM specialist at Wells + Associates, presents the different scenarios and plans that building developers and others can get towards points for LEED certification, focusing on the significant amount they can easily achieve through transportation planning and adjustments.

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    • 1. 11.29.12 LEED POINTS THROUGH TDMHigh Point Value for Low Cost and Effort.
    • 2. WHAT TDM IS NOT
    • 3. W H AT T D M I STransportationDemandManagement
    • 4. SUPPLY VS. DEMAND SOLUTIONS
    • 5. SUPPLY SIDE SOLUTIONS*Image Source: http://www.aaroads.com/forum/index.php?topic=808.50
    • 6. IF YOU BUILD IT, THEY WILL COMEImage Source: http://conroyandtheman.blogspot.com/2011/08/better-cars-and-worse-roads.html
    • 7. DEMAND SIDE SOLUTIONS
    • 8. SingleOccupantVehicleT R AV E LB E H AV I O RWhat’sOn theOutside *Image Source: The Clean Air C
    • 9. SOVT R AV E LB E H AV I O RWhat’sOn theInside *Image Source: The Clean Air Campaign
    • 10. TDMT R AV E LB E H AV I O RWhat’sOn theInside *Image Source: The Clean Air Campaign
    • 11. WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF TDM?
    • 12. ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF TDM • Reduced Travel Time • Expanded Labor Force Access • More Efficient Land Use • Parking Reduction • Stronger Neighborhood Retail
    • 13. SOCIAL BENEFITS OF TDM • More Personal Time • Expanded Access to Jobs • Improved Health/Fitness • Increased Sense of Community & Safety
    • 14. ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS OF TDM • Reduced CO2, NOx, VOCs • Improved Respiratory Health • Decreased Noise Pollution
    • 15. • Demographics • Increased Urbanization • Rising Facility Costs • Energy Costs • Consumer TRENDS PreferenceINCREASING • Environmental THE VALUE Concerns OF TDM
    • 16. What is value of TDM to your developments/properties? LABOR FORCE ACCESS
    • 17. What is value of TDM to your developments/properties? PA R K I N G R E D U C T I O N
    • 18. What is value of TDM to your developments/properties? TENNANT RETENTION
    • 19. What is value of TDM to your developments/properties? GOODS MOVEMENT
    • 20. LEVELS OF CERTIFICATION40-49 Points to be CERTIFIED50-59 Points to be SILVER60-79 Points to GOLD80+ Points to be PLATINUM
    • 21. LEVELS OF CERTIFICATION100 Possible Points6 Additional Points forFor Innovation in Design & Operations4 Additional Points forRegional Priority Credits
    • 22. TYPES OF LEED CERTIFICATION• Existing Buildings/Operations & Maintenance• New Construction• Neighborhood Development• Commercial Interiors• Core and Shell• Homes• Schools• Retail• Healthcare
    • 23. LEED – NEW CONSTRUCTIONSUSTAINABLE SITES (SS 4.0) 26 Total Possible Points 12 Alternative Transportation Points
    • 24. LEED – NEW CONSTRUCTIONSUSTAINABLE SITES (SS 4.0)
    • 25. LEED NEW CONSTRUCTION (NC) 45 40 35 30 25 28 Balance to Achieve Certification 20 Alternative 15 Transportaion 10 5 12 0 LEED Points
    • 26. 6 Points BUS RAIL x LEED NC SS 4.1 – Public Transportation AccessLOCATE PROJECT WITHIN ½ MILE OF RAIL OR WITHIN ¼ MILE OF BUS
    • 27. 1 PointLEED NC SS 4.2 – Bicycle AccommodationsPROVIDE STORAGE, SHOWER, AND CHANGING ROOM.
    • 28. 3 Points LEED NC SS 4.3 – LEV ParkingPROVIDE PREFERENTIAL PARKING SPACES FORLOW EMITTING VEHICLES AND FUEL EFFICIENT VEHICLES
    • 29. 2 Points http://gotriangle.wordpress.com/2012/09/24/more-parks-less-parking-parkingweek/ LEED NC SS 4.4 – Parking Capacity PROVIDE MINIMUM PARKING, CAR/VANPOOLSPACES, CAR/VANPOOL DISCOUNTS, NO NEW PARKING
    • 30. LEED NC TDM OPPORTUNITY12/60 Total Points toward GOLD (20%)12/50 Total Points toward SILVER (25%)12/40 Total Points toward C ER TIFIED (30%)
    • 31. LEED – EXISTING BUILDINGSUSTAINABLE SITES (SS 4.0)
    • 32. LEED – EXISTING BUILDINGSUSTAINABLE SITES (SS 4.0)
    • 33. LEED EXISTING BUILDING OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE (EBOM) 100% 90% 80% 70% 25 Balance to 60% Achieve 50% Certification 40% Alternative 30% Commuting 20% Transportation 15 10% 0% LEED Points
    • 34. LEED EBOMSSC4 – ALTERNATIVE COMMUTING Mode Split and Surveys
    • 35. LEED EBOM SSC4 – ALTERNATIVE COMMUTING PointsLEED Certification Points 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 0 Percent Trip Reduction
    • 36. LEED EBOMSSC4 – ALTERNATIVE COMMUTING
    • 37. LEED EBOM TDM OPPORTUNITY15/60 Total Points (25%) for GOLD15/50 Total Points (30%) for SILVER15/40 Total Points (38%) for CERTIFIED
    • 38. WHAT ARE YOUR NEXT STEPS?1. ID existing buildings w/LEED opportunities2. ID future buildings/neighborhoods with LEED Opportunities3. Determine value TDM Provides Your Buildings
    • 39. W O R K I N G S M A RT E R , N O T H A R D E R TO G E T L E E D P O I N T S
    • 40. THANK YOU Justin B. SchorWELLS + ASSOCIATES | SENIOR TDM SPECIALIST 1420 Spring Hill Road, Suite 600 | McLean, VA 22102 P: 703.917.6620 | www.mjwells.com