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    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 Bill Bobenhausen FAIA, CCS, LEED AP • Consultant: President – Sustainable Design Collaborative LLC, Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. Currently Directing 21 LEED Registered Projects of all types. Chair of USGBC New York Chapter, 2003. • Educator: Sustainable Arch. – NJIT; Adjunct - CCNY; Pratt Inst. Bill Bobenhausen • Author: FAIA, CCS, LEED AP Simplified Design of HVAC Systems (Parker/Ambrose) President Co-Author (with James Marston Fitch): bill@sdcollab.com American Buildings the Environmental Forces That Shape It – Third Edition (1999) What Does It Represent? LEED 2009 (Rating System Enhancements) LEED Online (Faster, Improved Interface) Certification Program Expansion/GBCI . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 1
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 SUSTAINABILITY the ability to achieve continuing economic prosperity while protecting the natural systems of Looking at LEED from the planet and providing a high Different Angles quality of life for its people. Achieving sustainable solutions calls for stewardship provided by individuals, communities, businesses and governments. One of many “Google” Photo Cars LEED’s Pilot Project U.S. BUILDING IMPACTS ON… Program, also referred to as LEED Version 1.0, was launched at the USGBC Membership Summit in August 1998. After extensive revisions, LEED Green Building Rating System Version Market Transformation 2.0 was released in March 2000, with LEED Version 2.1 following in 2002, and Version 2.2 in 2005. . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 2
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 Leadership in Energy & LEED Certification Levels Environmental Design LEED “LEEDS”, England The Impact of Building Type LEED NC 2.2 SYSTEM RATINGS Certified 26—32 points Silver 33—38 points Gold 39—51 points Platinum 52—69 points “Pre-LEED 2009” CS, CI, EB have different scales . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 3
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 LEED 2009 SYSTEMS USE Prerequisite/Credit A 100 POINT BASIC RATING Alignment Credits have been aligned and updated to reflect their “most effective common denominator,” provide consistent prerequisites and credits across the commercial and institutional LEED systems. Credit interpretation rulings (CIRs) were examined, and necessary clarifying language was incorporated. LEED 2009 Major Changes affect all the Main Systems New Construction & Major Renovations (incl. Schools) IMPORTANCE OF RATING Core & Shell Existing Buildings (Operations & Maintenance) Commercial Interiors . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 4
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 LEED 2009 Reference Guide Major changes in LEED 2009 • A 20% reduction of in- LEED for New building water use is now a Construction prerequisite for certification in all of the LEED 2009 and Major rating systems (EB is Renovations different). LEED for Core • In v2.2 the 20% reduction & Shell had been the first optional credit for in-building water LEED for use. Now it’s a Prerequisite. Schools (K-12) Member Review/Approval Major changes in LEED 2009 Process • All four rating systems have been re- weighted and standardized so that each rating system will have 100 available base points, and 110 points total (including 6 Innovation points and 4 Regional points). • The re-weighting emphasizes credits and categories determined to be most important (e.g., ENERGY & ATMOSPHERE). . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 5
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 Major changes in LEED 2009 V 2.2 V 3 • In LEED-NC v2.2, there were 17 energy points out of a total of 69 points available Major changes in LEED 2009 (24.6 percent). In the LEED 2009 version of NC, there are 35 energy points, or 31.8 • In LEED 2009 EB, the extra Innovation credit percent of the total number of points. will be specifically for Documenting Sustainable Cost Impacts. • Increase in number of Innovation Points. This is perhaps a sign of possible things to But limitations as well. come? Remember – When evaluating costs consider • Introduction of up to 4 Regional Priority ALL impacts – not just cost increases! Points. “Right-size” the HVAC systems. V 2.2 V 3 IDc1 Innovation in Design Innovation in Design, Up to 4 Innovation in Design, Up to 5 Exemplary Performance, Exemplary Performance, Up to 4 Up to 2 Total : 4 Points Total : 5 Points RPc1 Regional Priority Earn 1 to 4 of the 6 Regional Priority credits identified for a project’s region. A database of Regional Priority credits is available on the N/A USGBC website, http://www.usgbc.org One point is awarded for each Regional Priority credit achieved; no more than 4 credits identified as Regional Priority credits may be earned. REGIONAL PRIORITY . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 6
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 REGIONAL PRIORITY A Charrette… • Satisfaction of up to four of the “six credits designated” for a project's location will earn Regional Priority points under LEED 2009 • Credits are specific to a project's ZIP code in an Excel Spreadsheet downloadable by state. (XLS) EARLY in the design process V 2.2 V 3 LEED Design Charrettes ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1-2004 Standard 90.1-2007 EAp2 Minimum Energy Performance An interactive planning workshop EAc1 Optimize Energy Performance that brings together the client, the design team, key stakeholders and ASHRAE 62.1-2004 ASHRAE 62.1-2007 project-specific experts at the outset EQc2 Increased Ventilation of a project before design paths EQc6.2 Controllability of Systems — Thermal Comfort become rigid and fixed. ANSI/SMACNA ANSI/SMACNA 008-2008 Construction Indoor Air Quality Charrettes deal with EQc3.1 Management Plan— During Construction Concepts, not Details! . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 7
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 V 2.2 V 3 MINIMUM POINTS REQUIRED Category Prerequisites Credits Possible Points Sustainable Sites 1 8 14 26 Water Efficiency 0 1 3 5 10 V2.2 Certified Rating: Energy & 3 6 17 35 Atmosphere A minimum of 26 Points Materials & 1 7 13 14 Resources Indoor Environmental 2 8 15 15 Quality Innovation & Design Process 0 2 5 6 V3 Certified Rating: Regional Priority 0 0 1 0 4 A minimum of 40 Points Totals: 7 8 34 35 69 110 V 2.2 V 3 LEED NC – POINTS REQUIRED V2.2 Certified Rating: A minimum of 26 Points V3 Certified Rating: A minimum of 40 Points V 2.2 V 3 SSc2 1 6 ptsc EAc1 10 19 pts Certified 26—32 40-49 SSc4.1 1 5 pts EAc2 3 7 pts SSc4.3 1 3 pts EAc3 1 2 pts Silver 33—38 50-59 SSc4.4 1 2 pts EAc4 1 2 pts WEc3 2 4 pts EAc5 1 3 pts Gold 39—51 60-79 MRc1 3 4 pts EAc6 1 2 pts IDc1 4 5 pts RPIDc1 0 4 pts Platinum 52—69 80+ Additional V3 Total Available 30 68 pts Points for These Credits 38 pts . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 8
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 SS 2 Development Density V 2.2: 1 point V3: 6 points & INTENT Community Channel development to Connectivity urban areas with existing infrastructure, protect greenfields and preserve habitat and natural resources. ½ miles Site Sustainable Sites • Multiple Pt. Change SS 4.1 Credit 1: Site Selection Alternative Transportation: V 2.2: 1 point V3: 5 points • Credit 2: Development Density & Comm. Conn. Public Transportation Credit 3: Brownfield Redevelopment INTENT Access • Credit 4: Alternative Transportation Reduce pollution and land development Credit 5: Site Development impacts from automobile use. Site Site ½ mile ¼ mile Credit 6: Stormwater Design Credit 7: Heat Island Effect Credit 8: Light Pollution Reduction . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 9
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 Sustainable Sites SS 4.3 WE 3 Alternative Water Use V 2.2: 2 point V3: 4 points Transportation: V 2.2: 1 point V3: 3 points Reduction INTENT Low-Emission & Fuel-Efficient Maximize water efficiency within INTENT buildings to reduce the burden on Vehicles municipal water supply and wastewater Reduce pollution and land development systems. impacts from automobile use. Energy Policy Act of 1992 Water Efficiency • Multiple Pt. Change Energy & Atmos. • Multiple Pt. Change Credit 1: Water Efficient Landscaping • Credit 1: Optimize Energy Performance Credit 2: Innovative Wastewater Technologies • Credit 2: Renewable Energy • Credit 3: Enhanced Commissioning Credit 3: Water Use Reduction Credit 4: Elimination of HCFCs and Halons • Credit 5: Measurement and Verification Credit 6: Green Power . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 10
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 EA 1 EA 5 Optimize V 2.2: 10 point V3: 19 points Measurement V 2.2: 1 point V3: 3 points Energy & Performance INTENT Verification INTENT Achieve increasing levels of energy performance above the baseline in the Provide for the ongoing accountability prerequisite standard to reduce of building energy consumption over environmental and economic impacts time. associated with excessive energy use. Primary Reference ASHRAE 90.1-2007 EA 2 Materials & Res. • Multiple Pt. Change On-Site V 2.2: 3 point V3: 7 points Credit 1: Building Reuse Renewable Energy INTENT Credit 2: Construction Waste Management Encourage and recognize increasing levels of on-site renewable energy self- Credit 3: Resource Reuse supply in order to reduce environmental and economic impacts associated with Credit 4: Recycled Content fossil fuel energy use. •Solar Credit 5: Local/Regional Materials •Wind •Geothermal Credit 6: Rapidly Renewable Materials •Hydro •Biomass Credit 7: Certified Wood . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 11
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 Indoor Envir. Qual. • Multiple Pt. Change Credit 1: Outdoor Air Delivery Monitoring Using LEED Online Credit 2: Increasing Ventilation allows you to: Credit 3: Construction IAQ Management Plan Submit technical inquiries Credit 4: Low-Emitting Materials Submit documentation review Credit 5: Indoor Chemical & Pollutant Source Control Coordinate project team members Credit 6: Controllability Of Systems Manage project details Credit 7: Thermal Comfort: Design; Verification Track Certification progress Credit 8: Daylight and Views LEED Online LEED ONLINE V3 IMPROVEMENTS Incorporates LEED 2009 Project organization: users who are team members on more than one registered Improved User LEED project will be able to sort, view, and Interface group their projects according to a number of Simplifies Reporting project characteristics. & Project Management Team administration: more flexible assignment of team members and credit “Scalable” - Flexible assignments. Credits can be assigned by Structure for LEED name rather than by project role. Evolvement . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 12
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 Data linkages – some data, such as a Status indicators and timeline: building’s gross floor area or FTE occupancy, are required in the documentation for several LEED the system explains all the steps in the review and credits. V3 automatically populates fields in all certification process. The system displays specific appropriate forms. Override available. dates associated with each phase and step, including the target dates each review will be returned to the customer. Automatic data checks – many applications are submitted without required data, causing processing delays. V3 will alert users when required data is missing. Certification Review and Submittals: LEED Online v3 also offers many new features Context-based content – many LEED supporting the LEED certification review process submittal templates have several options with the itself, as well as enhancements to the functionality applicant required to only one of them. V3 will of submittal documentation and certification forms. show only the relevant data fields once an option has been selected. Process support: V3 shepherds each project team through the entire certification process, from initial project registration through all review phases. Extra help for beginners to decide which LEED rating system is best suited for their project while allowing experienced users to move quickly. Improved process communication: during a LEED review, a mid-review clarification page will allow the LEED reviewer to contact the project team through the system if any minor clarifications are needed to complete the review. . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 13
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 LEED-NC V2.2 Prerequisites IMPORTANCE OF SS Prerequisite 1 Construction Activity Pollution Prevention AWARD LEVELS Fundamental Commissioning of the EA Prerequisite 1 Building Energy Systems EA Prerequisite 2 Minimum Energy Performance EA Prerequisite 3 Fundamental Refrigerant Management MR Prerequisite 1 Storage & Collection of Recyclables EQ Prerequisite 1 Minimum IAQ Performance EQ Prerequisite 2 Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) Control ALL Prerequisites MUST be met! Now 1 more! LEED 2009 Min. Requirements LEED New Construction and Major Renovations POINTS 1. Must Comply with Environmental Laws. How much are 2. Must be a Complete, Permanent Building or they Worth? Space 3. Must Use a Reasonable Site Boundary 4. Must include minimum of 1,000 gross sq.ft. How valuable 5. Comply with Minimum Occupancy Rates (FTE) are they toward 6. Share Whole-Building Energy and Water Data 7. Building must be no less than 2% of the gross LEED land area within the LEED project boundary. Certification??? . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 14
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 V 2.2 V 3 V 2.2 POINTS Category Prerequisites Credits Possible Points Sustainable Sites 1 8 14 26 Under LEED-NC V 2.2 Water Efficiency 0 1 3 5 10 where it takes 26 Energy & Atmosphere 3 6 17 35 Points for Minimum Materials & 1 7 13 14 Resources Certification? Indoor Environmental 2 8 15 15 Quality Innovation & Design 0 2 5 6 Process 1/26 = 3.85% of min. Regional Priority 0 0 1 0 4 certification per point Totals: 7 8 34 35 69 110 V3 POINTS V 2.2 versus V3 Under LEED 2009 where it takes 40 Points for Minimum Certification? 1/40 = 2.5% of min. certification per point . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 15
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 V 2.2 V 3 V 2.2 V 3 - Credits - – Percent Total Points in System 35 100% 35 34 100 30 90 80 25 70 20 60 NC V2.2 50 NC V2.2 15 NC V3 40 NC V3 UP 10 30 5 20 DN 10 0 SS WE EA MR EQ ID NEWTOTAL RP 0 SS WE EA MR EQ ID RP TOTAL V 2.2 V 3 V 2.2 V 3 - Points - - By Category Min. Certification WAY 120 110 90 UP 80 UP 100 70 80 60 69 % 50 40 60 NC V2.2 40 DN NC V2.2 NC V3 NC V3 40 WAY UP 30 26 20 NC 10 20 UP NEW 0 SS WE EA MR EQ ID RP MIN. 0 CERT. SS WE EA MR EQ ID RP TOTAL PT. . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 16
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 LEED V2.2 vs. V3 – POINT CHANGES LEED’s Zip Code Regionalism V2.2 Certified Rating: A minimum of 26 Points is Not Just Climatic V3 Certified Rating: A minimum of 40 Points SSc2 1 6 pts EAc1 10 19 pts SSc4.1 1 5 pts EAc2 3 7 pts SSc4.3 1 3 pts EAc3 1 2 pts SSc4.4 1 2 pts EAc4 1 2 pts WEc3 2 4 pts EAc5 1 3 pts MRc1 3 4 pts EAc6 1 2 pts IDc1 4 5 pts RPIDc1 0 4 pts Additional V3 Total Available 30 68 pts Points for These Credits 38 pts Regional Priority Credits Six RP Credits per Zip Code USGBC chapters have identified 6 geographically specific environmental credits per rating system that are of particular importance within their region. Each regional priority credit is worth 1 point. A total of 4 regional priority points may be earned. LEED-Online uses project Zip Code to automatically determine available regional priority credits. . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 17
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 LEED 2009 NC – Partial Westchester Overview – Credit Weighting SSc2 Development Density Point distribution is based on the potential SSc4.1 Public Transportation environmental impacts and human benefits of SSc6.1 Stormwater: Quality Control each credit with respect to impact categories. SSc6.2 Stormwater: Quantity Control WEc2 Innovative Wastewater Impacts defined as the environmental or EAc1 Optimize Energy Performance human effect of the design, construction, EAc2 On-Site Renewable Energy operation, and maintenance of a building, such MRc1.1 Building-Reuse as greenhouse gas emissions, fossil fuel use, URBAN toxins and carcinogens, air and water URBAN pollutants, indoor environmental conditions. URBAN RURAL A combination of approaches, including energy SM. CITY modeling, life-cycle assessment, and SM. CITY transportation analysis, were used to quantify. LG. CITY LEED 2009 Credit Weighting Uses the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s TRACI environmental impact categories to assist with impact evaluation for life-cycle assessment, industrial ecology, process design, and pollution prevention. Considers the weightings developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology LEED 2009 (NIST) which compare impact categories with one another and assign relative weights to each. Credit The TRACI and NIST approaches provide a solid Weightings foundation for credit point values in LEED 2009. . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 18
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 LEED 2009 Consistent Credit ID 1- Innovation in Design Weighting Across Systems V2.2 & V3 All LEED credits worth a minimum of 1 v2.2: ID1.1 ID1.2 ID1.3 ID1.4 point. All LEED credits are positive, whole v3: ID1.4 ID1.5 numbers; there are no fractions or negative values. Points awarded for exceptional performance LEED credits receive a constant weight above the requirements set by the LEED for New Construction Green Building Rating in each rating system; there are no System and/or innovative performance in individualized weightings based on Green Building categories not specifically project location. addressed by the LEED for New Construction Green Building Rating System. All LEED rating systems have 100 base . points; then ID and Regional Priority Provide in writing the intent of the proposed innovation credit, the proposed requirement for compliance, the proposed credits which provide opportunities for up submittals to demonstrate compliance, and the design to 10 “bonus” points for 110 total points. approach (strategies) to be used to meet the requirements. STATES WARMING??? ID 1.1-1.4 (v2.2) ID 1.1-1.3 (v3) Exemplary Performance SSc4 Alternative Transportation Case By Case SSc5.1 Site Devel: Protect or Restore Habitat 75% SSc5.2 Site Devel: Maximize Open Space DOUBLE SSc7.1 Heat Island Effect: Non-Roof 100% SSc7.2 Heat Island Effect: Roof 100% Greenroof WEc2 Innovative Wastewater Technologies 100% WEc3 Water Use Reduction 40% 45% EAc6 Green Power DOUBLE 100% . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 19
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 ID 1.1-1.4 (v2.2) ID 2 ID 1.1-1.3 (v3) Exemplary Performance LEED Accredited Exemplary Performance Professional MRc2 Construction Waste Management 95% MRc3 Materials Reuse 15% MRc4 Recycled Content 30% To support and encourage the design MRc5 Regional Materials 40% integration required by LEED to streamline the application and certification process. MRc6 Rapidly Renewable Materials 5% MRc7 Certified Wood 95% Requirement: At least one principal participant of the project shall be a LEED EQc8.1 Daylight 75% of Spaces 95% Accredited Professional (AP). . . EQc8.2 Views for 90% of Spaces Case by Case ID 1.1-1.4 (v2.2) Eligibility to Upgrade to LEED 2009 ID 1.4 -1.5 (v3) ID 1.1-1.3 (v3) NOT ADDRESSED WITHIN LEED • Project must be in one of the following rating systems: The second type of innovation LEED CI strategies are those that are LEED CS NOT addressed by any existing LEED NC (v2.1 and v2.2) LEED credits. LEED for Schools Only those strategies that LEED EB (all versions) demonstrate a comprehensive approach and have significant, • Registration fee must be paid measurable environmental benefits are applicable. • Project registered but not submitted • Project administrator must transfer . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 20
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 ASHRAE STANDARD V2.2 TARGETED V2.2 POSSIBLE V3 TARGETED New Office Bldg. V3 POSSIBLE V2.2 POINTS Switching to LEED 2009 V3 POINTS CREDIT Construction CREDIT NAME SSp1 Prerequisite: Construction Activity Pollution Prevention REQ -- -- REQ -- -- SSc1 Site Selection 1 1 1 1 SSc2 Development Density & Community Connectivity 5 5 1 1 SSc3 Brownfield Redevelopment 1 1 No additional SSc4.1 Alt. Transportation, Public Transportation Access 6 6 1 1 fee for SSc4.2 Alt. Transportation, Bicycle Storage & Changing Rooms 1 1 1 1 SSc4.3 Alt. Transportation, Low-Emitting and Fuel-Efficient Vehicles 3 3 1 1 switching until SSc4.4 Alt. Transportation, Parking Capacity 2 2 1 1 the end of SSc5.1 Site Development, Protect of Restore Habitat 1** 1 1 1 SSc5.2 Site Development, Maximize Open Space 1 1 1 1 2009. SSc6.1 Stormwater Design, Quantity Control 1** 1 1 1 SSc6.2 Stormwater Design, Quality Control 1 1 1 1 SSc7.1 Heat Island Effect: Non-Roof 1 1 1 1 SSc7.2 Heat Island Effect: Roof 1 1 1 1 SSc8 Light Pollution Reduction 1 1 1 1 ASHRAE STANDARD Preliminary LEED Evaluation New Office Bldg. V2.2 TARGETED V2.2 POSSIBLE V3 TARGETED V3 POSSIBLE V2.2 POINTS V3 POINTS CREDIT Construction CREDIT NAME WEp1 Prerequisite: Water Use Reduction, 20% (See Below) REQ -- -- N/A -- -- WEc1.1 Water Efficient Landscaping, Reduce by 50% 2 -- 1 1 WEc1.2 No Potable Use or No Irrigation or 4 4 1 1 Confidential SDC Project: WEc2 Innovative Wastewater Technologies 2** 1 WEc3 Water Use Reduction, 20% Reduction Summer 2009 – Schematic Design WEc3 Water Use Reduction, 30% Reduction NA 2 -- -- 2 1 1 1 1 New Jersey WEc3 WEc3 Water Use Reduction, 35% Reduction Water Use Reduction, 40% Reduction 1 1 1 1 NA * -- -- Prelim. Fund. Commissioning of the Bldg. Energy EAp1 REQ -- -- REQ -- -- Systems EAp2 Pre: Minimum Energy Performance REQ -- -- REQ -- -- New Office Building – 2 Floors EAp3 Pre: Fundamental Refrigerant Management REQ -- -- REQ -- -- EAc1 Optimize Energy Performance: NC/min 7%, EB/min 19** 7 4 10 4 2 EAc2 On-Site Renewable Energy 7** 7 3 3 EAc3 Enhanced Commissioning Management 2 2 1 1 EAc4 Enhanced Refrigerant Management 2 2 1 1 Not Actual Building EAc5 Measurement & Verification 3 1 EAc6 Green Power 2 2 1 1 . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 21
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 V V ASHRAE STANDARD New Office Bldg. 2.2 3 V2.2 TARGETED V2.2 POSSIBLE V3 TARGETED V3 POSSIBLE V2.2 POINTS V3 POINTS Construction CREDIT CREDIT NAME LEED NC-V2.2: MRp1 Storage and Collection of Recyclables REQ -- -- REQ -- -- Targeted: 18 pts Possible: 36 pts MRc1.1 Building Reuse, 75%, 95% of Existing Walls, Floors & Roof 3** 2 MRc1.2 Building Reuse, - Maintain Interior Nonstructural Walls 1 1 (Certified 26 Silver 33 Gold 39 Platinum 52-69) MRc2.1,2.2 Const.Waste Mgmt., Divert 50% or 75% from Disposal 2 1 1 2 1 1 MRc3.1,3.2 Materials Reuse, 5%, 10% 2 -- -- 2 -- -- Projected Rating: High Certified or Possible Silver MRc4.1, 4.2 Recycled Content: 10%, 20% 2* 1 1 2 1 1 MRc5.1, 5.2 Regional Materials: 10%, 20% 2* 1 1 2 1 1 MRc6 Rapidly Renewable Materials: 2.5% 1 1 MRc7 Certified Wood 1 1 1 1 LEED 2009 NC: EQp1 EQp2 Minimum IAQ Performance Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) Control REQ REQ -- -- -- REQ REQ -- -- -- -- Targeted: 21 pts Possible: 61pts EQc1 Outdoor Air Delivery Monitoring 1 1 1 1 EQc2 Increased Ventilation 1 1 1 1 (Certified 40 Silver 50 Gold 60 Platinum 80+) EQc3.1 Construction IAQ Management Plan, During Construction 1 1 1 1 Projected Rating: Certified or Unlikely Silver EQc3.2 Construction IAQ Management Plan, Before Occupancy 1 1 1 1 EQc4.1 Low-Emitting Materials: Adhesives & Sealants 1 1 1 1 New Office Bldg. EQc4.2 Low-Emitting Materials: Paints & Coatings 1 1 1 1 Construction ASHRAE STANDARD New Office Bldg. V2.2 TARGETED Pre-Submission LEED Evaluation V2.2 POSSIBLE V3 TARGETED V3 POSSIBLE V2.2 POINTS V3 POINTS Construction CREDIT CREDIT NAME EQc4.3 Low-Emitting Materials:Carpet Systems 1 1 1 1 EQc4.4 Low-Emitting Materials:Comp. Wood+ Agrifiber Products 1 1 1 1 EQc5 Indoor Chemical & Pollutant Source Control 1 1 1 1 EQc6.1 Controllability of Systems, Lighting 1 1 1 1 EQc6.2 Controllability of Systems, Thermal Comfort 1 1 1 1 EQc7.1 Thermal Comfort, Design 1 1 1 1 Confidential SDC Project: EQc7.2 Thermal Comfort, Verification 1 1 1 1 EQc8.1 Daylighting and Views, Daylight 75% of Spaces 1 1 1 1 Summer 2009 – Construction EQc8.2 IDc1.1 Daylighting and Views, Views 90% of Spaces Exemplary Performance (V3), ID (V2.2) 1 1 1 1 1 1 Stage IDc1.2 IDc1.3 Exemplary Performance (V3), ID (V2.2) Exemplary Performance (V3), ID (V2.2) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 New York IDc1.4 Innovation in Design (V3 or V2.2) 1 1 1 1 IDc1.5 Innovation in Design (V3) 1 1 N/A -- -- IDc2 LEED™ Accredited Professional 1 1 1 1 RPc1 Regional Priority 4 2 N/A -- -- Historic Renovation – 4 Floors Not Actual Building . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 22
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 ASHRAE STANDARD ASHRAE STANDARD V2.2 TARGETED V2.2 POSSIBLE V3 TARGETED V2.2 TARGETED V2.2 POSSIBLE V3 POSSIBLE Historic Historic V2.2 POINTS V3 TARGETED V3 POSSIBLE V3 POINTS V2.2 POINTS V3 POINTS CREDIT Renovation CREDIT Renovation CREDIT NAME CREDIT NAME SSp1 Construction Activity Pollution Prevention PRE PRE EQp1 Minimum IAQ Performance PRE PRE SSc1 Site Selection 1 1 11 1 EQp2 Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) Control PRE PRE SSc2 Development Density & Community Connectivity 5 5 1 1 EQc1 Outdoor Air Delivery Monitoring 1 1 1 1 SSc4.1 Alt. Transportation, Public Transportation Access 6 6 1 1 Construction IAQ Management Plan, During EQc3.1 1 1 1 1 SSc4.2 Alt. Transportation, Bicycle Storage & Changing Rooms 1 1 1 1 Construction SSc4.4 Alt. Transportation, Parking Capacity 2 2 1 1 EQc3.2 Construction IAQ Management Plan, Before Occupancy 1 1 1 1 SSc5.1 Site Development, Protect or Restore Habitat 1 1 1 1 EQc4.1 Low-Emitting Materials: Adhesives & Sealants 1 1 1 1 SSc7.1 Heat Island Effect: Non-Roof 1 1 1 1 EQc4.2 Low-Emitting Materials: Paints & Coatings 1 1 1 1 1 SSc7.2 Heat Island Effect: Roof 1 1 1 1 EQc4.3 Low-Emitting Materials: Carpet Systems 1 1 1 1 SSc8 Lighting Pollution Reduction 1 1 * EQc4.4 Low-Emitting Materials: Composite Wood 1 1 1 1 EQc5 Indoor Chemical and Pollution Source Control 1 1 1 1 WEp1 Water Use Reduction, 20% Reduction PRE N/A EQc6.1 Controllability of Systems, Lighting 1 1 1 1 Water Efficient Landscaping, No Potable Use or No WEc1..2 Irrigation 2 2 1 1 EQc6.2 Controllability of Systems, Thermal Comfort 1 1 1 1 WEc1.1 Water Efficient Landscaping, Reduction by 50% 2 2 1 1 EQc7.1 Thermal Comfort, Design 1 1 1 1 WEc3.1 Water Use Reduction, 20% Reduction N/A 1 1 EQc7.2 Thermal Comfort: Verification 1 1 1 1 WEc3.2 Water Use Reduction, 30% reduction 1 1 1 1 EQc8.1 Daylighting and Views, Daylight for 75% of Spaces 1 1 1 1 WEc3.2 Water Use Reduction, 40% reduction 1 N/A EQc8.2 Daylighting and Views, View for 90% of Spaces 1 1 1 1 ASHRAE STANDARD V2.2 TARGETED V2.2 POSSIBLE V3 TARGETED ASHRAE STANDARD V3 POSSIBLE V2.2 POINTS V3 POINTS Historic Historic V2.2 TARGETED V2.2 POSSIBLE V3 TARGETED V3 POSSIBLE V2.2 POINTS V3 POINTS CREDIT Renovation CREDIT Renovation CREDIT NAME CREDIT NAME Fundamental Commissioning of the Bldg. Energy EAp1 Systems PRE PRE IDc1.1 Innovation in Design: Green Educational Program 1 1 1 1 EAp2 Minimum Energy Performance PRE PRE IDc1.2 Innovation in Design: Green Housekeeping Products 1 1 1 1 Innovation in Design (V2.2): EAp3 Fundamental Refrigerant Management PRE PRE IDc1.3 Low-Emission Service Vehicles NA 1 1 (2 Pure Innovation points only under V3) EAc1 Optimize Energy Performance: NC/min 7%, EB/min 19 3 2 10 5 1 EAc3 Enhanced Commissioning 2 2 1 1 IDc1.4 Innovation in Design (V2.2): Kitchen Equipment Donation NA 1 1 IDc1.5 Exemplary Performance 3 0 2 NA -- -- EAc4 Enhanced Refrigerant Management 2 2 1 1 IDc2 LEED™ Accredited Professional 1 1 1 1 EAc5 Measurement & Verification 3 3 1 1 RPc1-4 Regional Priority: NY, 10803 4 2 0 NA -- -- MRp1 Storage and Collection of Recyclables PRE PRE MRc1 Building Reuse 3 3 2 2 Construction Waste Management: Divert 50%, 75% From MRc2 Disposal 2 2 2 2 MRc4 Recycled Content: 10%, or 20% 2 2 2 2 MRc5 Regional Materials: 10%,(5.1) or 20% (5.2) 2 2 2 2 . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 23
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 V V ASHRAE STANDARD 2.2 3 V2.0 TARGETED Core & V2.0 POSSIBLE V3 TARGETED V3 POSSIBLE V2.0 POINTS V3 POINTS CREDIT Shell LEED NC-V2.2: CREDIT NAME Targeted: 38 pts Possible: 10 pts SSp1 Construction Activity Pollution Prevention 1 Y 1 Y SSc1 Site Selection 1 1 1 1 (Certified 26 Silver 33 Gold 39 Platinum 52-69) SSc2 Development Density & Community Connectivity 5 5 1 1 SSc4.1 Alt. Transportation, Public Transportation Access 6 6 1 1 Projected Rating: High Silver or Possible Gold SSc4.2 Alt. Transportation, Bicycle Storage & Changing Rooms 2 2 1 1 (Shower) SSc4.3 Alt. Transportation, Low-Emitting and Fuel-Efficient Vehicles 3 3 1 1 SSc4.4 Alt. Transportation, Parking Capacity 2 2 1 1 LEED 2009 NC: SSc5.2 Site Development, Maximize Open Space 1 1 1 1 Targeted: 51 pts Possible: 14 pts SSc6.1 Stormwater Design, Quantity Control 1 1 1 1 SSc6.2 Stormwater Design, Quality Control 1 1 1 1 (Certified 40 Silver 50 Gold 60 Platinum 80+) SSc7.1 Heat Island Effect: Non-Roof (50% Hardscape) 1 1 1 1 SSc7.2 Heat Island Effect: Roof (75% ) 1 1 1 1 Projected Rating: Likely Silver or Slight Chance for Gold SSc8 Light Pollution Reduction 1 1 1 1 Historic SSc9 Tenant Design & Construction Guidelines (Recertification: Allows Owner to 1 1 1 1 Renovation Advertise Development of a LEED Project) Preliminary LEED Evaluation Core & ASHRAE STANDARD V2.0 TARGETED V2.0 POSSIBLE V3 TARGETED V3 POSSIBLE V2.0 POINTS Shell V3 POINTS CREDIT CREDIT NAME WEp1 Water Reduction 1 Y 1 Y Confidential SDC Project: WEc1.1 Water Efficient Landscaping, Reduce 50% Water Efficient Landscaping, No Potable Use or No 2 2 1 1 WEc1.2 2 2 1 1 Irrigation Summer 2009 – Schematic Design WEc3.1, 3.2 Water Use Reduction, 30% , 35%, 40%Reduction 3 1 2 1 1 1 Westchester EAp1 Fundamental Commissioning of the Bldg. Energy Systems 1 Y 1 Y EAp2 Minimum Energy Performance 0 Y 1 Y EAp3 Fundamental Refrigerant Management 0 Y 1 Y Small “Core & Shell” Office EAc1 Optimize Energy Performance: 21 4 4 8 3 1 Building – 3 Floors EAc2 On-Site Renewable Energy 4 1 2 1 1 EAc3 Enhanced Commissioning Management 2 1 2 1 1 EAc4 Enhanced Refrigerant Management 2 2 2 1 1 Not Actual Building EAc6 Green Power 2 2 1 1 . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 24
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 V V ASHRAE STANDARD 2.0 3 V2.0 TARGETED Core & V2.0 POSSIBLE V3 TARGETED V3 POSSIBLE V2.0 POINTS V3 POINTS Shell LEED CS-V2.0: CREDIT CREDIT NAME MRp1 Storage and Collection of Recyclables 1 Y 1 Y Targeted: 22 pts Possible: 24 pts MRc2.1, 2.2 Construction Waste Management, Divert 50% or 75% 2 1 1 1 1 1 (Certified 23 Silver 28 Gold 34 Platinum 45-61) MRc4.1, 4.2 Recycled Content: 10%, 20% (a steel frame structure-SPEC) 2 1 1 1 1 1 MRc5.1, 5.2 Regional Materials: 10%, 20% 2 1 1 2 1 1 Projected Rating: High Certified or Possible Silver MRc6 Certified Wood 1 1 1 1 EQp1 Minimum IAQ Performance 1 Y 1 Y EQp2 Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) Control 1 Y 1 Y EQc2 Increased Ventilation 1 1 1 1 1 LEED 2009 NC: EQc3.1 Construction IAQ Management Plan, During Construction 1 1 1 1 1 Targeted: 40 pts Possible: 34 pts EQc4.1 Low-Emitting Materials: Adhesives & Sealants 1 1 1 1 1 EQc4.2 Low-Emitting Materials: Paints & Coatings 1 1 1 1 1 EQc4.3 Low-Emitting Materials: Carpet Systems 1 1 1 1 * EQc4.4 Low-Emitting Materials: Comp. Wood+ Agrifiber Products 1 1 1 1 (Certified 40 Silver 50 Gold 60 Platinum 80+) EQc5 Indoor Chemical & Pollutant Source Control 1 1 1 1 1 EQc6.2 Controllability of Systems, Thermal Comfort 1 1 1 1 1 Projected Rating: High Certified or Possible Silver EQc7.1 Thermal Comfort, Design 1 1 1 1 1 EQc8.1 Daylighting and Views, Daylight 75% of Spaces 1 1 1 1 EQc8.2 Daylighting and Views, View 90% of Spaces 1 1 1 1 1 Core & Shell ASHRAE STANDARD Core & V2.0 TARGETED V2.0 POSSIBLE LEED 2009 Templates - USGBC V3 TARGETED V3 POSSIBLE V2.0 POINTS V3 POINTS CREDIT Shell CREDIT NAME Goals for Improvement IDc1.1 Innovation in Design: TDB 1 1 1 1 More Understandable for Owner IDc1.2 Innovation in Design: TDB 1 1 1 1 IDc1.3 Innovation in Design: TDB NA 1 1 Geared for “Ordinary” Buildings IDc1.4 Innovation in Design (V2.2): Kitchen Equipment Donation NA 1 1 (odd term) IDc1.5 Exemplary Performance 3 0 2 NA -- -- IDc2 LEED™ Accredited Professional 1 1 1 1 Clearer Presentation of Process RPc1-4 Regional Priority: NY, 10803 4 2 0 NA -- -- Less Ambiquity and Interpretation Fewer Rounds of More Consistent Review Less Costly and Quicker Certification . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 25
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 26
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 LEED 2009 REG. FORMS FORM 1 – MIN. PROGRAM REQ. FORM 2 – PROJECT SUMMARY DETAILS FORM 3 – OCCUPANT & USAGE DATA FORM 4 – SCHEDULE AND OVERVIEW DOCUMENTS . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 27
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 Template Comparison – SSP1 Pollution Prevention” Template Comparison – SSc2 Development Density V2.2 – 1 Point . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 28
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 Template Comparison – SSc2 Development Density LEED 2009 LEED 2009 NC – 5 Points REFERENCE GUIDE Bill B Assessment….. • Greatly expanded • Well Organized • Well Proof-read (problems surfacing) • Not like a “Spec” – Say it Once • Big & Heavy • Unexciting… “Not Green Buildings for Dummies….” • A “Must” for all Key Team Members . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 29
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 WEc4 Water – Schools and Elsewhere To receive thus credit, “No refrigeration equipment using once-through cooling with potable water” OK, No Credit! But this can practice can waste hundreds or thousands of times the water saved through WE Credit 3. Maybe Penalty Points should be considered! Process Water Use Reduction Language in LEED 2000 WE Credit 4 – page 207 Reference Guide for “Part 9 Exemplary Credits”. “So and So”… • “…. will be considered…” (page 284) • “.… is available ….” (page 330) • “…. may earn….” (page 385) . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 30
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 It’s the Process… LEED POINTS & BUILDINGS How much do they Cost? … not the Gadgets!!! INTEGRATED DESIGN Over 100,000 LEED APs Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI). Reported by www.SustainableBusiness.com News, April 22, 2009 An Integrated Project can have Design Features that earn multiple LEED credits It can cost more, less, or about the same – Reported Meeting It Depends! of LEED APs in Forest Hills? . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 31
    • . Sustainable Design Collaborative . LEED V3 Workshop / July 2009 So much… much mo Bill Bobenhausen FAIA, CCS, LEED AP SDC President bill@sdcollab.com 914-478-43 914-478-4361 EVALUATION FORM Bill Bobenhausen FAIA, CCS, LEED AP President bill@sdcollab.com . Bill Bobenhausen, FAIA, CCS, LEED AP . 914-478-4361 32