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  • 1.
  • 2. Sustainable Design for Historic StructuresReaching for LEED GOLD
  • 3. Solar Panels (PV)
    Reduce demand on outside power sources by providing on-site renewable energy.
    EA Credit 2 On-Site Renewable Energy
    9.6 Kilowatt system reduces CO2 emissions
    Total life time generation 1376.5 kWh’s
    1 LEED POINT
  • 4. 9.6 Kilowatt PV System
  • 5. Pervious Pavement in Upper Parking Lot
    Controls storm water by allowing runoff to infiltrate to groundwater instead of discharging to city’s combined sewer system. Filter layer removes contaminants from storm water prior to combining with groundwater.
    SS Credits 6.1 & 6.2 Storm Water Management Quality & Quantity Control
    2 LEED POINTS
  • 6. Pervious Pavement
  • 7. Vegetated Roof
    Vegetated Roof
    Roof gardens reduce roof runoff through evapotranspiration and the heat island effect.
    SS Credits 6.1 & 6.2 Storm Water Management Quality & Quantity Control
    SS Credit 7.2 Heat Island Effect - Roof
    2 LEED POINTS
  • 8. Vegetated Roof
  • 9. White Membrane Roof
    High reflectivity material reducesbuilding’s heat island effect.
    SS Credit 7.2 Heat Island Effect - Roof
    1 LEED POINT
  • 10. High Performing Building Features within Space
    High-efficiency packaged roof top units.
    Co2 Sensors to ensure good air quality.
    21% better energy performance than ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1-2004.
    EA Credit 1 Optimize Energy Performance
    EQ Credit 1 Outdoor Air Delivery Monitoring
    6 LEED POINTS
  • 11. New and Old Design – Building Re-Use Concepts Philosophy
    Use of existing building significantly reduces the carbon footprint of the project and volume of materials disposed of at landfills.
    MR Credit 1.1 Building Reuse, Maintain 75% of Existing Walls, Floors and Roof
    1 LEED POINT
  • 12. Site Selection
    This is a former Brownfield’s site located in an urban setting. Site proximity allows easy access to public transportation.
    SS Credit 2 Development Density and Community Connectivity
    SS Credit 3 Brownfield Redevelopment
    SS Credit 4.1 Alternative Transportation, Public Transportation Access
    3 LEED POINTS
  • 13. Rapidly Renewable Materials
    Plan table is manufactured from compressed sunflower seeds. This is an example of a material source that completely renews in less than 10 years.
    MR Credit 6 Rapidly Renewable Materials
     
    Daylight Harvesting
    Sensors in the building’s lighting system detect sunlight levels in the building and adjust interior light levels to conserve energy during peak sunlight hours.
    EA Credit 1 Optimize Energy Performance
    5 LEED POINTS
  • 14. Motion-Detecting Light Switches
    Conserves energy by using motion detectors to turn on lights when occupied, and to turn them off when vacant.
    EA Credit 1 Optimize Energy Performance
    5 LEED POINTS
     
    Carpeting
    The carpet tiles are made of 100% recycled material, designed to be easily maintained or replaced.
    MR Credit 4.1 Recycled Content, 10%
    1 LEED POINT
  • 15. Non-VOC Emitting Materials
    All materials utilized inside of the building, including wood products, paints, carpets and adhesives, were non-voc emitting.
    EQ Credit 4.1 Low Emitting Materials, Adhesives & Sealants
    EQ Credit 4.2 Low Emitting Materials, Paints & Coatings
    EQ Credit 4.3 Low Emitting Materials, Carpet Systems
    EQ Credit 4.4 Low Emitting Materials, Composite Wood and Agrifiber Products
    4 LEED POINTS
  • 16. Power Sensor/Occupancy Sensor
    Sensor mounted under work surface turns off computer monitor and task lighting when user is not at workstation further reducing the building’s energy use.
    Innovation in Design Credit
    1 LEED POINT
  • 17. Task Lighting
    Task lighting provides lighting controllability for workstation user.
    EQ Credit 6.1 Controllability of Systems - Lighting
    1 LEED POINT
  • 18. Water Efficiency
    Waterless Urinal, Dual-Flush Toilets, Low-Flow Fixtures
    Reduce building’s water consumption. Water usage was reduced by more than 40%, earning the building credit for Exemplary Performance.
    WE Credits 3.1 & 3.2 Water Use Reduction, 30% Reduction
    Exemplary Performance Credit, 40% Water Use Reduction
    3 LEED POINTS
     
    Water Efficient Landscaping
    Native and drought tolerant planting used; no irrigation system needed to be installed.
    WE Credits 1.1 & 1.2 Water Efficient Landscaping, No Irrigation
    2 LEED POINTS
  • 19. Permeable Concrete Pavers for Patio Outside Kitchen
    Control storm water by allowing runoff to infiltrate to groundwater instead of discharging to city’s combined sewer system. Filter layer removes contaminants from storm water prior to combining with groundwater.
    SS Credits 6.1 & 6.2 Storm Water Management Quality & Quantity Control
    2 LEED POINTS
    Recycling
    Receptacles for recycling waste located throughout building. During construction, 95% of all construction materials were recycled and thus diverted from landfills.
    MR Prerequisite 1 Storage & Collection of Recyclables
    MR Credits 2.1 & 2.2 Construction Waste Management, Divert 75% from Disposal
    2 LEED POINTS
  • 20. Building Shell
    Energy-efficient building shell comprised of windows with double glazed low-e glass, closed shell insulation spray on walls, and enhanced roof insulation.
    EA Credit 1 Optimize Energy Performance
    5 LEED POINTS
    Green Clean
    Cleaning/janitorial service utilizes only green cleaning products.
    Innovation in Design Credit
    1 LEED POINT