Craig Kelley, Housing Development Center

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Craig Kelley, Housing Development Center

  1. 1. Financing Green Building in Oregon Oregon Housing & Community Services - Weatherization Program Consolidated Funding Cycle Community Action Agency Programs Energy Trust of Oregon Energy incentive funds for multifamily conservation projects and mixed use projects. On-site assistance is available for qualifying projects to help develop and implement an energy management plan Early design assistance for qualifying new construction and major renovation projects. Business Energy Tax Credits Conservation Tax Credits LEED/Sustainable Tax Credits Renewable Energy Tax Credits HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CENTER Building and Sustaining Affordable Housing
  2. 2. Madrona Studios/Hooper Center Case Study in applying green building practices to urban, mixed use redevelopment in Portland, OR Craig Kelley Senior Project Manager Housing Development Center Portland, OR HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CENTER Building and Sustaining Affordable Housing
  3. 3. Development Team • Sponsor: Central City Concern • Project Manager: Housing Development Center • Architect: william wilson architects • General Contractor: Howard S Wright Constructors HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CENTER Building and Sustaining Affordable Housing
  4. 4. Housing Development Center Comprehensive Development Services Support our clients in financing, constructing and preserving projects Produced or rehabilitated 2,500 affordable homeownership and rental housing units since 1993 More than 750 units, totaling almost $120 million, under development Asset Management Services Provide in-depth knowledge and effective strategies to train and support nonprofit clients through the challenges of owning and managing affordable housing and related community services facilities. Program and Policy Development Provide technical analysis, research, and program development services to inform regulatory and policy changes in the affordable housing industry. We support nonprofit-led initiatives and governmental program and policy development to ensure the success of community based housing and service delivery systems. The HDC Community Fund, Related nonprofit Community Development Financial Institution, provides feasibility, predevelopment and acquisition loans to get projects going. HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CENTER Building and Sustaining Affordable Housing
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  6. 6. HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CENTER Building and Sustaining Affordable Housing
  7. 7. HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CENTER Building and Sustaining Affordable Housing
  8. 8. Project Description • Adaptive Reuse of 1960’s hotel • 94,890 SF Mixed Use Development • 5 story concrete building with basement • 85 structured parking spaces • Residential - 176 Studio Apartments All units restricted to 50% AMI 80 Permanent Supportive Housing Units • Commercial - Hooper Center 16,900 Drug& Alcohol Treatment Facility Commercial kitchen run by VOA • Construction complete March 2010 HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CENTER Building and Sustaining Affordable Housing
  9. 9. Project Description Cost/unit - $109,750 HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CENTER Building and Sustaining Affordable Housing
  10. 10. Project Financing HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CENTER Building and Sustaining Affordable Housing
  11. 11. Process • Early assembly of development team • Charrettes • Focus on energy and water conservation • Extensive energy modeling HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CENTER Building and Sustaining Affordable Housing
  12. 12. Site Location HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CENTER Building and Sustaining Affordable Housing
  13. 13. Site Strategies • Constructed bike turning lane • Secure bicycle parking for up to 120 bicycles • Pedestrian improvements on all 3 street frontages will benefit both residents and Rose Garden Arena event-goers. • Stormwater swales for pretreatment of right of way stormwater HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CENTER Building and Sustaining Affordable Housing
  14. 14. Energy Conservation – Envelope • Large west exposure of windows. Concern about solar heat gain and cost of cooling. • Explored exterior shading but were cost prohibitive • Installed new window glazing with solar heat gain reducing film • White TPO roofing to reduce cooling load and urban heat island effect • Insulation to code only on roofing. Higher than code insulation would have increased cooling load more than savings on heating load. HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CENTER Building and Sustaining Affordable Housing
  15. 15. Energy Conservation – HVAC • Heat pumps (PTHPs) with remote thermostats, occupancy sensors, and central controller for residential heating & cooling • High efficiency cooling for commercial space • High efficiency central water heaters for domestic hot water • Modeled ductless split system but payback too long HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CENTER Building and Sustaining Affordable Housing
  16. 16. Energy Conservation – Lighting & Appliances • Energy Star appliances • Energy Star lighting • Energy Star rated equipment for commercial kitchen and laundry • Occupancy sensors for commercial lighting HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CENTER Building and Sustaining Affordable Housing
  17. 17. Energy - Renewables • 80 kW solar thermal system • Existing solar hot water heating system at building formerly used to heat pool • System is 3rd largest in the state and will provide 28% of the total hot water for the building. • The equivalent of producing 2,500 gallons of hot water per day or enough to take over 150 showers HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CENTER Building and Sustaining Affordable Housing
  18. 18. Water conservation • 1.5 GPM faucets • 2.0 GPM showerheads • Front loading laundry • Efficient irrigation and low water landscaping HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CENTER Building and Sustaining Affordable Housing
  19. 19. Materials • Construction waste management 90% construction waste recycling Some waste source-separated. Balance is commingled and separated by hauler • Local & regional materials to reduce transportation impact • Interior durability – No carpet • Detailing to prevent bed bugs. Custom steel frame beds HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CENTER Building and Sustaining Affordable Housing
  20. 20. Indoor Environmental Quality • Low VOC paints & finishes • Continuous bath ventilation for residential units • Ultraviolet air purifier for Hooper dorms • Could not add vented range hoods because of cost, code issues with new shafts or soffits. HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CENTER Building and Sustaining Affordable Housing
  21. 21. Lessons Learned • Select team members who share goals and are willing to put in extra time necessary to achieve them • Adaptive reuse/preservation saves significant financial and environmental resources over new construction • Existing building conditions can limit options regarding solar design, ventilation, HVAC systems • Energy modeling can provide surprising information – Reduced amount of insulation due to heat retention •It helps to start with a really ugly building because anything is a major improvement HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CENTER Building and Sustaining Affordable Housing
  22. 22. THANKS Photos courtesy of Sally Painter Photography HOUSING DEVELOPMENT CENTER Building and Sustaining Affordable Housing

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