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Overview of LEED NC v4 credits and changes from v2009 with particular emphasis on those credits related to Mechanical, Electrical, and Commissioning as presented by a USGBC Designated v4 Liaison.

Overview of LEED NC v4 credits and changes from v2009 with particular emphasis on those credits related to Mechanical, Electrical, and Commissioning as presented by a USGBC Designated v4 Liaison.

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    • Many slides are courtesy of USGBC and the LEED v4 Team! The ViewThe ViewThe ViewThe View from thefrom thefrom thefrom the MEP Seats!MEP Seats!MEP Seats!MEP Seats!
    • Scott Bowman, PE LEED AP BD+C Principal Corporate Sustainability Leader bowmansc@kjww.com
    • LEED 2009 FOUNDATIONAL LEED v4 A SHIFT IN FOCUS DEEPER TRANSFORMATION
    • LEED v4
    • Location and Transportation Sustainable Sites Water Efficiency Energy and Atmosphere Indoor Environmental Quality Innovation and Design Process Regional Priority Integrative Process Materials and Resources
    • Platinum Gold Silver Certified CERTIFICATION TRENDS
    • GREEN BUILDING MARKET Source: McGraw-Hill Construction’s 2013 Dodge Construction Green Outlook
    • COMMERCIAL OFFICE MARKET SHARE Source: McGraw-Hill Construction’s 2013 Dodge Construction Green Outlook
    • DOE 30% Reduction Target Courtesy PNNL ASHRAE 90.1-2013? ASHRAE 90-1975 ASHRAE 90A-1980 ASHRAE 90.1-1999 ASHRAE 90.1-2001 ASHRAE 90.1-2007 ASHRAE 90.1-2004 ASHRAE 90.1-1989 ASHRAE 90.1-2010 Improvement in ASHRAE Standard 90.1 (Year 1975 – 2010)EnergyUseIndex(1975Use=100) Year 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 50 1995 20152000 20102005 110 100 90 80 70 60 14% 4.5% .5% 12.3% 4.5% 18.5%
    • LEED v4 IMPACT CATEGORIES IMPROVED ENVIRONMENTAL OUTCOMES
    • LEED CERTIFICATION TRENDS MARKET SECTOR ADAPTATIONS Data Centers Warehouses and Distribution Centers Hospitality Existing Buildings for Schools Existing Buildings for Retail Homes Multifamily Midrise
    • BD+C LEED v4 BUILDING DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION
    • New Categories • Integrated Practice 1 point • Location & Transport 16 points • Sustainable Sites 10 points • Water Efficiency 11 points • Energy and Atmosphere 33 points • Materials and Resources 13 points • Indoor Environmental Quality 16 points • Innovation & Design Process 6 points • Regional Priority Credits 4 points Total 110 points
    • No Change in Level Requirements 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 Certified Silver Gold Platinum Total
    • Change in Weightings!
    • Change in Weightings!
    • Use v4 Credits now! • Select v4 credits can be substituted for v2009 • Complete v4 sample form • In v2009 form, check alternate compliance path and list the substitution • Credits marked are approved for substitution • Site below has more detailed information • Can also use Pilot Credits that are applicable http://www.usgbc.org/articles/use-v4-credits-your-v2009-project/ v2009
    • IP101r Integrated Project Planning and Design • The prerequisite only applies to HC • Credit library now says “required” • New prerequisite, but not quite a category! • Requires: – OPR – Preliminary Rating Goals – Integrated Project Team – Design Charette
    • IP102 Integrative Process • New credit (HC too) • 1 point • Early “simple box” energy analysis • Lists parametric options to reviewed • Includes water performance • Requires cost analysis and bundling • Documentation in Word Document Template • Reward for doing the analysis early
    • Performance in Location and Transportation LOCATION AND TRANSPORTATION
    • Highlights: New credit category to improve alignment between commercial rating systems and LEED ND. More performance-based credits with improved ties to anticipated outcome. bicycle facilities [link to bike network] quality transit [trip frequency, walking distance]
    • Possible Points: 16 Credit 1 16 Credit 2 1 Credit 3 2 Credit 4 5 Credit 5 5 Credit 6 1 Credit 7 1 Credit 8 Green Vehicles 1 BD+C Location and Transportation Sensitive Land Protection LEED for Neighborhood Development Location Bicycle Facilities High Priority Site Surrounding Density and Diverse Uses Access to Quality Transit Reduced Parking Footprint
    • Performance in Sustainable Sites SUSTAINABLE SITES
    • Highlights: New credit for site assessment. Financial support option in protect or restore habitat. Major simplification to Light Pollution Reduction credit through new option for BUG rated equipment.
    • Possible Points: 10 Y Prereq 1 Required Credit 1 1 Credit 2 2 Credit 3 1 Credit 4 3 Credit 5 2 Credit 6 1 BD+C Site Assessment Site Development--Protect or Restore Habitat Rainwater Management Light Pollution Reduction Heat Island Reduction Open Space Construction Activity Pollution Prevention Sustainable Sites
    • LEED 2009 LEED v4 SS112 LIGHT POLLUTION REDUCTION SS112: Light Pollution Reduction CREDIT Significant revisions – very little original content Removed interior lighting requirements (part of 90.1-2010 requirements now) References IES/IDA Model Lighting Ordinance Included the BUG rating system for prescriptive compliance Added Lighting Zone 0 Included exterior storage signage requirements SSc8: Light Pollution Reduction CREDIT POINTS 1 POINTS 1 v2009
    • Performance in Water Efficiency WATER EFFICIENCY
    • Highlights: Addressing all water uses including fixtures & fittings, process, appliance, cooling towers, and outdoor water. Focus on measuring water use through fundamental building metering requirements. Additional points in credit for metering of subsystems.
    • Possible Points: 11 Y Prereq 1 Required Y Prereq 2 Required Y Prereq 3 Building-Level Water Metering Required Credit 1 2 Credit 2 6 Credit 3 2 Credit 4 Water Metering 1 BD+C Water Efficiency Outdoor Water Use Reduction Indoor Water Use Reduction Outdoor Water Use Reduction Indoor Water Use Reduction Cooling Tower Water Use
    • WE PREREQ 1 OUTDOOR WATER USE REDUCTION Requires a reduction in landscape water use by 30% using EPA’s WaterSense Water Budget Toolkit Option to comply by having no irrigation Cannot use rainwater capture for prerequisite! LEED v4 WEp1: Outdoor Water Use Reduction PREREQ LEED 2009 Didn’t Exist
    • WE PREREQ 2 INDOOR WATER USE REDUCTION WaterSense label required for eligible fixtures and fittings Maintains 20% reduction requirement No once-through cooling allowed! Cooling towers must have meters, conductivity control, and drift eliminators Additional appliance and process water requirements for Retails, Schools, Healthcare and Hospitality only. LEED v4 WEp2: Indoor Water Use Reduction PREREQ LEED 2009 WE: Water Use Reduction PREREQ
    • WE PREREQ 3 BUILDING LEVEL WATER METERING Requires each project to be capable of measuring whole building water use LEED v4 WEp3: Building Level Water Metering PREREQ LEED 2009 Didn’t Exist
    • WE CREDIT 1 OUTDOOR WATER USE REDUCTION Changed from “Landscape” to “Outdoor” Limits use of “water”, not just potable water Requires a reduction in landscape water use by at least 50% using EPA’s WaterSense Water Budget Tool Reductions beyond 30% can be from “alternate water sources” such as rainwater capture Option for no irrigation LEED 2009 LEED v4 WEc1: Outdoor Water Use Reduction CREDIT POINTS 2WEc1: Water Efficient Landscaping CREDIT POINTS 2-4
    • WE CREDIT 2 INDOOR WATER USE REDUCTION Limits use of “water”, not just potable water Reductions beyond 30% can be from “alternate water sources” such as rainwater capture WaterSense label required for eligible fixtures and fittings Added Appliance and Process Water requirements for Schools Retail, Hospitality and Healthcare Added more thresholds for achievement LEED 2009 LEED v4 WEc2: Indoor Water Use Reduction CREDIT POINTS 6 WE: Water Use Reduction CREDIT POINTS 2-4 WE: Process Water Use Reduction (Schools) CREDIT POINTS 1
    • Credit no longer available for sustainable wastewater technologies Reduces credits available for rainwater capture New concept of nutrient recovery will be tested with Pilot Credit LEED 2009 WE: Innovative Wastewater Technologies CREDIT POINTS 2 LEED v4 Does Not Exist
    • WE CREDIT 3 COOLING TOWER WATER Started in EBOM, then added to HC Addresses cooling tower efficiency based on maximizing a cooling tower cycles of concentration Water may continue to be cycled through the tower until a certain chemical threshold Can also gain point for using recycled non-potable water LEED 2009 Didn’t Exist LEED v4 WEc3: Cooling Tower Water CREDIT POINTS 2
    • WE CREDIT 4 WATER METERING Encourages projects to sub-meter additional water systems Requires meters for 2 or more of following (typically to 80%): Irrigation Indoor plumbing fixtures and fittings Domestic hot water Boiler make-up (units > 500 MBH) Reclaimed water (including makeup, proper math!) Process Water HC requires 5 more meters from list of 10 LEED v4 WEc4: Water Metering CREDIT POINTS 2 LEED 2009 Didn’t Exist
    • Defining Performance in Energy & Atmosphere ENERGY AND ATMOSPHERE
    • Highlights: Minimum Energy Performance: five percent above ASHRAE 90.1-2010; minimum ENERGY STAR score now 75. New credit for Demand Response. Building level energy metering required for all projects.
    • Possible Points: 33 Y Prereq 1 Required Y Prereq 2 Required Y Prereq 3 Required Y Prereq 4 Required Credit 1 6 Credit 2 18 Credit 3 1 Credit 4 2 Credit 5 3 Credit 6 1 Credit 7 2 BD+C Green Power and Carbon Offsets Enhanced Commissioning Demand Response Renewable Energy Production Enhanced Refrigerant Management Optimize Energy Performance Energy and Atmosphere Minimum Energy Performance Building-Level Energy Metering Fundamental Commissioning and Verification Fundamental Refrigerant Management Advanced Energy Metering
    • EA PREREQ 1 FUNDAMENTAL COMMISSIONING AND VERIFICATION Expanded intent to ensure project meets the owners projects requirements related to energy, water, indoor environmental quality and durability CxA must be engaged before the end of Design Development phase Added design review; not specific to when (ie before 50%) Added requirement for preparing an Operations and Maintenance Plan (similar but not as extensive as Systems Manual) Requires Pre-Functional Checklists (often done, was not required) LEED v4 EAp1: Fundamental Commissioning and Verification PREREQ LEED 2009 EAp1: Fundamental Commissioning of Building Energy Systems PREREQ v2009
    • EA PREREQ 1 FUNDAMENTAL COMMISSIONING AND VERIFICATION Requires exterior enclosures to be included in OPR and BOD Requires the exterior enclosures to be included in design review, completed by design team member that is not directly involved in the design to complete Intent was to provide incremental step into requiring envelope commissioning Clarified language for who can be the commissioning agent (more to be included in reference guide) LEED v4 EAp1: Fundamental Commissioning and Verification PREREQ LEED 2009 EAp1: Fundamental Commissioning of Building Energy Systems PREREQ v2009
    • EA PREREQ 2 MINIMUM ENERGY PERFORMANCE Updated reference standard to ASHRAE 90.1-2010 Must achieve minimum of 5% savings over baseline, 3% for renovation Clarifies that project must meet performance levels prior to application of renewable energy References COMNET Modeling Guidelines for reduction of unregulated loads Special methods for data centers, still including equipment loads LEED v4 EAp2: Minimum Energy Performance PREREQ LEED 2009 EAp2: Minimum Energy Performance PREREQ
    • EA PREREQ 2 MINIMUM ENERGY PERFORMANCE Updated Advanced Energy Design Guide prescriptive option to 50% AEDG for Office, Retail, Schools, and Healthcare Updated Core Performance Guide prescriptive option to meeting core requirements plus six additional strategies. LEED v4 EAp2: Minimum Energy Performance PREREQ LEED 2009 EAp2: Minimum Energy Performance PREREQ
    • ASHRAE 90.1-2010 • More equipment is being regulated • Envelope must have more south glazing then east or west • Skylights or clearstories required in large, tall, top-floor rooms • Reheat loop holes closed – no more hospitals with constant volume reheat! • Heating overhead the SA cannot be more than 20 F from space temperature • Economizers are required for smaller systems • Many more automatic lighting and daylighting controls required • 50% of 120V receptacles in offices require automatic switching
    • Appendix G • More detailed documentation requirements • Enhanced exceptional calculation requirements • Requires modeling of shading from adjacent structures • Clarified definition of unmet load hours • Removes unmet load hours delta of 50 • Purchased HW or CW treated like utility – no trade-offs • Modified baseline systems for DES • Consistent with LEED DES requirements now • Allows different level of ventilation in proposed and baseline design • Adds heating only baseline systems
    • EA PREREQ 3 BUILDING-LEVEL ENERGY METERING Requires each project to be capable of measuring whole building energy use. LEED v4 EAp3: Building-Level Energy Metering PREREQ LEED 2009 EA: Measurement and Verification CREDIT POINTS 3 EA: Measurement and Verification Base Building CREDIT POINTS 3 Measurement and Verification Tenant Submetering CREDIT POINTS 3
    • EA PREREQ 4 FUNDAMENTAL REFRIGERANT MANAGEMENT No substantive changes No CFC refrigerants Existing small units with less than 0.5 pounds are exempt LEED v4 EAp4: Fundamental Refrigerant Management PREREQ LEED 2009 Fundamental Refrigerant Management PREREQ v2009
    • EA CREDIT 1 ENHANCED COMMISSIONING Option 1, Path 1 is for the typical MEP enhanced commissioning and is now worth 3 points (1 more than v2009) Reduced the tasks in enhanced (design review and manual moved to fundamental) Added requirements to prepare the building operators for the intended operation of building systems Option 1, Path 2 is a new Monitoring Based Commissioning worth 1 more point after Path 1 achieved Similar to Measurement and Verification . LEED 2009 LEED v4 EAc1: Enhanced Commissioning CREDIT EA: Enhanced Commissioning CREDIT POINTS 2 POINTS 6
    • EA CREDIT 1 ENHANCED COMMISSIONING Option 2 rewards Envelope Commissioning for 2 more points Can be done separate from MEP systems References NIBS Guideline 3-2006 Very inclusive standard, no other guidance in the standard We have seen huge variation in this service and fee! CxA can be qualified employee of owner, an independent consultant, or disinterested subcontractor to the design team . LEED 2009 LEED v4 EAc1: Enhanced Commissioning CREDIT EA: Enhanced Commissioning CREDIT POINTS 2 POINTS 6
    • EA CREDIT 2 OPTIMIZE ENERGY PERFORMANCE Updated referenced standard to ASHRAE 90.1-2010 Reduced weightings due to advancing standard Maximum of 6 points using prescriptive paths Updated Advanced Energy Design Guides prescriptive option to 50% AEDG for Office, Retail, Schools, and Healthcare Updated Core Performance Guide prescriptive option to meeting core requirements plus six additional strategies Removed Core Performance Guide prescriptive option LEED 2009 LEED v4 EAc2: Optimize Energy Performance CREDIT EA: Optimize Energy Performance CREDIT POINTS 19 POINTS 18
    • EAc1 v2009
    • EAc2 v4
    • EA CREDIT 3 ADVANCED ENERGY METERING LEED v4 LEED 2009 EA: Measurement and Verification CREDIT POINTS 2 EA: Measurement and Verification Base Building CREDIT POINTS 3 EA: Measurement and Verific- ation Tenant Submetering CREDIT POINTS 3 EAc3: Advanced Energy Metering CREDIT POINTS 1 Requires all energy end-uses representing 10%+ of the total energy consumption to be metered Meters must be connected to the building automation system and log data at appropriate intervals with 36 months data retention Core and Shell projects required to address future tenant spaces
    • EA CREDIT 4 DEMAND RESPONSE Encourages projects to design and install systems necessary to participate in a demand response program Also available to projects located in areas without demand response programs = 1 point if ready to engage Added requirement to include demand response processes in the commissioning scope LEED v4 EAc4: Demand Response CREDIT POINTS 2 LEED 2009 Didn’t Exist
    • EA CREDIT 5 RENEWABLE ENERGY PRODUCTION Added new option provision for community-scale renewable energy systems Reduced thresholds and points available 1% = 1 point; 5% = 2 points; 10% = 3 points LEED 2009 LEED v4 EAc5: Renewable Energy Production CREDIT EA: On-site Renewable Energy CREDIT POINTS 7 POINTS 3
    • EA CREDIT 6 ENHANCED REFRIGERANT MANAGEMENT Added retail-specific requirements LEED 2009 LEED v4 EAc6: Enhanced Refrigerant Management CREDIT EA: Enhanced Refrigerant Management CREDIT POINTS 2 POINTS 1
    • EA CREDIT 7 GREEN POWER AND CARBON OFFSETS Credit based on total building energy usage Carbon offsets allowed for scope 1 or 2 emissions Required contract length extended from 2 years to 5 years Eligible resources must have come online after January 1, 2005 LEED 2009 LEED v4 EAc7: Green Power and Carbon Offsets CREDIT EA: Green Power CREDIT POINTS 2 POINTS 2 v2009
    • LEED v4 LEED 2009 EA: Measurement and Verification CREDIT POINTS 2 EA: Measurement and Verification Base Building CREDIT POINTS 3 EA: Measurement and Verific- ation Tenant Submetering CREDIT POINTS 3 EAc3: Advanced Energy Metering CREDIT POINTS 1 Measurement and Verification no longer exists in same form EAc1 – Option 1, Path 2 – Monitoring Based Commissioning Would significantly enhanced future EBOM application LEED v4 EAc1: Enhanced Commissioning CREDIT POINTS 6
    • Materials & Resources MATERIALS AND RESOURCES
    • Highlights: Life cycle thinking approach to category. Optional whole building life cycle assessment for new construction. Focus on product transparency and outcomes through Building Disclosure & Optimization credits. .
    • Possible Points: 13 Y Prereq 1 Required Y Prereq 2 Required Credit 1 5 Credit 2 2 Credit 3 2 Credit 4 Building Product Disclosure and Optimization - Material Ingredients 2 Credit 5 2 BD+C Building Product Disclosure and Optimization - Sourcing of Raw Materials Building Life-Cycle Impact Reduction Construction and Demolition Waste Management Construction and Demolition Waste Management Planning Materials and Resources Storage and Collection of Recyclables Building Product Disclosure and Optimization - Environmental Product Declarations
    • INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
    • Highlights: Category focused on key indicators of air, light, sound, and occupant experience. More performance-based credits focused on health and wellbeing outcomes. Systems approach to material emissions.
    • Indoor Environmental Quality Possible Points: 16 Y Prereq 1 Required Y Prereq 2 Required Credit 1 2 Credit 2 3 Credit 3 Construction Indoor Air Quality Management Plan 1 Credit 4 2 Credit 5 1 Credit 6 2 Credit 7 3 Credit 8 1 Credit 9 1 BD+C Quality Views Enhanced Indoor Air Quality Strategies Low-Emitting Materials Indoor Air Quality Assessment Minimum Indoor Air Quality Performance Environmental Tobacco Smoke Control Thermal Comfort Acoustic Performance Interior Lighting Daylight
    • EQ PREREQ 1 MINIMUM INDOOR AIR QUALITY PERFORMANCE Changed reference standard to ASHRAE 62.1-2010 Added requirements for outside air delivery monitoring Actual measurement on variable flow Current switch on fixed flow Added requirements for residential projects addressing combustion appliances, CO monitors, and radon LEED v4 EQp1: Minimum Indoor Air Quality Performance PREREQ LEED 2009 EQ: Minimum Indoor Air Quality Performance PREREQ v2009
    • EQ CREDIT 1 ENHANCED INDOOR AIR QUALITY STRATEGIES Added additional options for mathematical modeling, additional sensors, and mixed mode systems. Gives projects multiple options for compliance most suitable to project LEED 2009 LEED v4 EQc1: Enhanced Indoor Air Quality Strategies CREDIT POINTS 2 EQ: Outdoor Air Delivery Monitoring CREDIT POINTS 1 EQ: Increased Ventilation CREDIT POINTS 1 EQ: Indoor Chemical and Pollutant Source Control CREDIT POINTS 1
    • • Option 1 for 1 point requires: – Entryway systems – Cross-contamination prevention (exhaust) where hazardous gases or chemicals used or present – Filtration (MERV 13), OA only, not return – Calculations for natural ventilation or mixed mode • Option 2 for 1 point requires: – Minimize entry of pollutants into building using CFD or dispersion analysis or wind tunnels – Increased ventilation by 30% – CO2 monitoring in all densely occupied spaces – Additional source control and monitoring – Room by room natural ventilation calculations • Not mutually dependent EQ CREDIT 1 ENHANCED INDOOR AIR QUALITY STRATEGIES
    • EQ CREDIT 3 CONSTRUCTION INDOOR AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLAN No substantive changes Cannot smoke during construction Protect materials from moisture and dirt Must prevent infiltration of high VOC activities in renovation projects LEED 2009 LEED v4 EQc3: Construction Indoor Air Quality Management Plan CREDIT EA: Construction IAQ Management Plan—During Construction CREDIT POINTS 1 POINTS 1 v2009
    • EQ CREDIT 4 INDOOR AIR QUALITY ASSESSMENT Added a maximum temperature limit for flush outs Expanded the list of contaminants for which to test under Option 2 Clarified that furniture must be installed LEED 2009 LEED v4 EQc4: Indoor Air Quality Assessment CREDIT Construction IAQ Management Plan—Before Occupancy CREDIT POINTS POINTS 2 1
    • EQ CREDIT 4 INDOOR AIR QUALITY ASSESSMENT Option 1 for 1 point: Path 1, flushing before occupancy Path 2, flushing during occupancy Sets upper limit for temp and humidity during flush LEED 2009 LEED v4 EQc4: Indoor Air Quality Assessment CREDIT Construction IAQ Management Plan—Before Occupancy CREDIT POINTS POINTS 2 1
    • EQ CREDIT 4 INDOOR AIR QUALITY ASSESSMENT Option 2 for 2 points: Testing (rewarding with more points) Much more detail on testing limits Contaminant list has been expanded Clarifies that hand-held devices are not acceptable must be gravimetric method LEED 2009 LEED v4 EQc4: Indoor Air Quality Assessment CREDIT Construction IAQ Management Plan—Before Occupancy CREDIT POINTS POINTS 2 1
    • EQ CREDIT 5 THERMAL COMFORT Updated reference standard to ASHRAE 55-2010 Must meet both comfort AND controllability (50%) Credit removed from Core and Shell LEED 2009 LEED v4 EQc5: Thermal Comfort CREDIT POINTS 1 EQ: Controllability of Systems Thermal Comfort—Design CREDIT POINTS 1 EQ: Thermal Comfort—Design CREDIT POINTS 1
    • EQ CREDIT 6 INTERIOR LIGHTING Added requirements to address lighting quality Option 1 (1 point): control for 90% of occupant spaces Clearly defines 3 levels as on, off, mid-level AND/OR Option 2 (1 point): Lighting Quality; requires 3 of 8 features LEED 2009 LEED v4 EQc6: Interior Lighting CREDIT EQ: Controllability of Systems- Lighting CREDIT POINTS 1 POINTS 2
    • EQ CREDIT 7 DAYLIGHT Increased weighting Removed prescriptive option Added option for spatial daylight autonomy Changed units from footcandles to lux Added a timing requirement to measurement option LEED v4 EQc7: Daylight CREDIT LEED 2009 EQ: Daylight and Views – Daylight CREDIT POINTS 1 POINTS 3
    • EQ CREDIT 8 QUALITY VIEWS Added requirement for quality view, defined by the LEED 2009 exemplary performance criteria Much more definition, angles, etc. Must be clear viewUno frits, fibers, patterns, or tints Must include objects 25 feet away, flora, fauna, sky, and movement! Interior atria may be used for 30% of area LEED v4 EQc8: Quality Views CREDIT LEED 2009 EQ: Daylight and Views – Quality Views CREDIT POINTS 1 POINTS 1 v2009
    • EQ CREDIT 9 ACOUSTIC PERFORMANCE New credit except in Schools and Healthcare Added requirements for room noise levels, speech privacy and sound isolation, reverberation time, and paging, masking, and sound reinforcement systems LEED v4 EQc9: Acoustic Performance (Except: CS, Retail) CREDIT LEED 2009 EQ: Acoustic Performance (Schools) CREDIT POINTS 1 POINTS 1
    • Innovation Regional Priority Innovation Possible Points: 6 Credit 1 5 Credit 2 1 Innovation LEED Accredited Professional Regional Priority Possible Points: 4 Credit 1 Regional Priority: Specific Credit 1 Credit 2 Regional Priority: Specific Credit 1 Credit 3 Regional Priority: Specific Credit 1 Credit 4 Regional Priority: Specific Credit 1
    • Innovation • One point reserved for true innovation • One point reserved for Pilot Credit – Intended to be testing next versions • Remaining three points can be: – Up to 3 more true innovations – Up to 3 more Pilot Credits – Up to 2 exemplary performance • IDc2 requires LEED AP with specialty
    • Regional Priority • Every chapter in identified RP credits • Award is similar to v2009 • Credits by GPS coordinates, not zip code! • Zones are being created by chapters – Iowa is one zone – Not enough “definition” to warrant more – Understand many states are similar
    • Regional Priority Iowa - NC • LTc4 – Surrounding Density – Option 1, 2 points • SSc2 – Protect/Restore Habitat – Option 1, On site restoration • SSc4 – Rainwater Management – Option 2, Natural Land Conditions • EAc2 – Optimize Energy Performance – 20% threshold, 8 points • EAc5 – Renewable Energy – 1% threshold, 1 point • MRc3 – Responsible Resourcing – Option 2, Leadership Illinois - NC • LTc3 – High Priority Site – Option 2, Priority Designation • SSc2 – Protect/Restore Habitat – Option 1, On site restoration • SSc4 – Rainwater Management – Option 2, Natural Land Conditions • EAc3 – Advanced Energy Metering • MRc1 – Building Life Cycle Impact Reduction – Option 4, Whole Building Analysis • EQc1 – Enhanced Indoor Air Quality Strategies – Option 2, Exterior Prevention, CO2, increased ventilation
    • What about other states?
    • » Six public comment periods with over 23,000 comments » Passed ballot in June 2013 with 86% approval » Extended registration for LEED 2009 until June 2015 » Engaged over 100 project teams in LEED v4 beta test » Program launched at Greenbuild in November 2013 LEED v4: CURRENT STATUS
    • Implementation? • KJWW status… – 112 projects certified • 12 Platinum • 29 are v2009 – 130 more seeking • 28 are still viable v2.2 projects – Just a few v4 projects at this time • Need to keep track of v2.2, v2009, and v4 all at the same time!
    • www.usgbc.org/leedv4
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    • LEED CREDIT LIBRARY
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    • SELF REPORTING GBCI CREDIT See document provided that can be used to cut and past the suggested information to get CE credit.