ORNL’s 3rd Annual
Southeast Sustainability
Summit
Knoxville, Tennessee
August 2013
Howard S. Wertheimer, FAIA, LEED AP
wer...
View of Historic Campus from Across North Ave.
Georgia Tech
1800’s
1910’s
1920’s
1930’s
1940’s
1950’s
1960’s
1970’s
1980’s
1900’s
1990’s
9,500 Undergraduates
3,500 Graduate Students
...
2004 Master Plan
Plan targets for 2014
13,500 Undergraduates
8,700 Graduate Students
7,600 Faculty/Staff
15.6 M GSF
2012 Existing Conditions
13,948 Undergraduates
6,993 Graduate Students
7,365 Faculty/Staff
14.7 M Gross SF
Gross Sq. Ft. by Year Chart (1997-2011) and projected thru 2014
1997 - 2011
• 540,000 gsf average
growth per year
• Facult...
Research & Development Expenditures FY 1997-FY2011
Annual Growth
INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH AND PLANNING, MAY 2012
$-
$100.0
$...
Comprehensive Approach to Sustainability
“Georgia Tech as a Living Learning Laboratory”
• Education:
Learning in the Class...
Education
• Technologically appropriate
learning spaces
• Research neighborhoods to
promote inter-disciplinary
• Open spac...
Landscape Master Plan
Key Concepts:
• Ecological Landscape
• Human Landscape
Goals:
 Develop integrated, ecologically-
ba...
Cistern Master Plan
Clough Commons Cistern:
- 1.4M gallon cistern capacity
- 28 day supply for irrigation
- 28 day supply ...
Stormwater Master Plan
Space Management Strategy
• INSITE Database
• Event Management System (EMS)
• Classroom & Event Scheduling
• Space Request...
• State Appropriations
• Philanthropy
• Cost Recovery
• Grants
Funding Strategies
• Purpose is to promote and support the Georgia Institute of
Technology, an instrumentality of the Board of Regents of the...
Georgia Tech Facilities Growth since 1997
Project Locations
Case Study:
Carbon-Neutral Energy Solutions Laboratory Building (C-NES)
LEED Platinum
Design/Builder: HDR/Gilbane Building...
• Slab-on-grade high-bay and mid-bay space
U N I V E RS I T Y N E E D S
Growing Demand
V I S I O N & L E A D E RS H I P
Change the Paradigm
of technically complex high -bay research
• Ballroom Concept
• Mid-ba...
V I S I O N & L E A D E RS H I P
Climate Leadership
Net Zero Facility
• A m e r i c a n C o l l e g e a n d U n i v e r s ...
V I S I O N & L E A D E RS H I P
Design Excellence
• Planning and Design Commission
• Executive Planning and Design Commis...
NARA Campus
Preliminary
Planning
Document
Mid-bay lab
Computational labs/offices
High bay lab
lab
office
Project Overview
Pre-Planning Program
Preliminary
Planning
Document
Preliminary
Planning
Document
Preliminary
Planning
Document
CARBON NEUTRAL*
Net Zero Energy Building
Carbon Neutral
Offset carbon: for building energy use
for building construction
t...
The Scale of the Problem
Small Office Large Office Laboratory
44.0
83.2
290.1
EnergyUseinkBtu/ft2PerYear
Typical Lab Energ...
New Funding Opportunities
A LT E R N AT I V E F U N D I N G
K E Y M E T R I C S
NIST Funding: $11.6 Million
GT Matching Funding: 11.6 Million
Add’l GT Expenses: 2.3 Million
Total Pro...
NIST Grant Application
• Re-packaged the project
• More aggressive program: Combustion
• Increased space need
• “Shovel Re...
A LT E R N AT I V E F U N D I N G
D E V E LO P I N G T H E G R A N T
I nterdisciplinary Research Model
D E V E LO P I N G T H E G R A N T
Additional Program Space = “Shovel Ready Project”
D E V E LO P I N G T H E G R A N T
Basement Access
To Additional
Program Space
Grant Awards
• 176 Grant Applications
• 12 Awards
• $123 Million in Funding
C-NES LAB AS DESIGNED/BUILT
Sustainable Site Strategies
Sustainable Site Strategies + Landscape Master Plan Integration
Building Components:
Case Study:
Carbon-Neutral Energy Solutions Laboratory Building (C-NES)
LEED Platinum
Design/Builder: HDR/Gilbane Building...
ENR Southeast ‘Owner of the Year’
Awards and Recognitions
Clough Commons and Tech Green
•LEED Platinum 2013
•University System of Georgia - Award of Excelle...
Architecture + Engineering + Landscape + Ecology + Technology
ORNL’s 3rd Annual
Southeast Sustainability
Summit
Knoxville, Tennessee
August 2013
Howard S. Wertheimer, FAIA, LEED AP
wer...
Institutes for Sustainable Research Development & Deployment - Georgia Institute of Technology
Institutes for Sustainable Research Development & Deployment - Georgia Institute of Technology
Institutes for Sustainable Research Development & Deployment - Georgia Institute of Technology
Institutes for Sustainable Research Development & Deployment - Georgia Institute of Technology
Institutes for Sustainable Research Development & Deployment - Georgia Institute of Technology
Institutes for Sustainable Research Development & Deployment - Georgia Institute of Technology
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Institutes for Sustainable Research Development & Deployment - Georgia Institute of Technology

  1. 1. ORNL’s 3rd Annual Southeast Sustainability Summit Knoxville, Tennessee August 2013 Howard S. Wertheimer, FAIA, LEED AP werth@gatech.edu Director, Capital Planning & Space Management www.space.gatech.edu
  2. 2. View of Historic Campus from Across North Ave. Georgia Tech
  3. 3. 1800’s 1910’s 1920’s 1930’s 1940’s 1950’s 1960’s 1970’s 1980’s 1900’s 1990’s 9,500 Undergraduates 3,500 Graduate Students 4,000 Faculty/Staff 7,400,000 GSF Georgia Tech Campus--circa 1997 Georgia Tech Campus-circa 1997
  4. 4. 2004 Master Plan Plan targets for 2014 13,500 Undergraduates 8,700 Graduate Students 7,600 Faculty/Staff 15.6 M GSF
  5. 5. 2012 Existing Conditions 13,948 Undergraduates 6,993 Graduate Students 7,365 Faculty/Staff 14.7 M Gross SF
  6. 6. Gross Sq. Ft. by Year Chart (1997-2011) and projected thru 2014 1997 - 2011 • 540,000 gsf average growth per year • Faculty/Staff: 161 increase per year • UG Students: 248 increase per year • Grad Students: 297 increase per year • Total Population Growth: 706 per year Annual Growth CAPITAL PLANNING AND SPACE MANAGEMENT, MAY 2011
  7. 7. Research & Development Expenditures FY 1997-FY2011 Annual Growth INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH AND PLANNING, MAY 2012 $- $100.0 $200.0 $300.0 $400.0 $500.0 $600.0 $700.0 Dollars(InMillions)
  8. 8. Comprehensive Approach to Sustainability “Georgia Tech as a Living Learning Laboratory” • Education: Learning in the Classroom • Research: Discovery in the Laboratory • Campus: Practice in Managing our Campus
  9. 9. Education • Technologically appropriate learning spaces • Research neighborhoods to promote inter-disciplinary • Open spaces for recreation Ecology • Green buildings • Native vegetation systems • Reduce impervious surface • Environmental Stewardship • Sustainability Economy • Effective use of Physical and Fiscal Resources • Historic Districts Campus Master Plan
  10. 10. Landscape Master Plan Key Concepts: • Ecological Landscape • Human Landscape Goals:  Develop integrated, ecologically- based landscape and open space systems (storm water management).  Enhance living, working and learning environment.  Unify the campus with a distinct sense of place.  Increase tree canopy-replace aging trees  Create an Eco-Commons (80 acres)  Implement ecological performance requirements of 50% reduction of storm water runoff
  11. 11. Cistern Master Plan Clough Commons Cistern: - 1.4M gallon cistern capacity - 28 day supply for irrigation - 28 day supply for toilet flushing - 30% reduction in stormwater Athletic Precinct 280,000 gallon 40,000 gallon
  12. 12. Stormwater Master Plan
  13. 13. Space Management Strategy • INSITE Database • Event Management System (EMS) • Classroom & Event Scheduling • Space Request Form • New Hire Process • People • Money • Space • Equipment • BOR Space Utilization Initiative • Space Committee
  14. 14. • State Appropriations • Philanthropy • Cost Recovery • Grants Funding Strategies
  15. 15. • Purpose is to promote and support the Georgia Institute of Technology, an instrumentality of the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, and to erect such suitable buildings and other facilities as may be appropriate to the needs and goals of the Institute. • Board appointed by the President of the Institute GT Facilities Inc.
  16. 16. Georgia Tech Facilities Growth since 1997
  17. 17. Project Locations
  18. 18. Case Study: Carbon-Neutral Energy Solutions Laboratory Building (C-NES) LEED Platinum Design/Builder: HDR/Gilbane Building Co.
  19. 19. • Slab-on-grade high-bay and mid-bay space U N I V E RS I T Y N E E D S Growing Demand
  20. 20. V I S I O N & L E A D E RS H I P Change the Paradigm of technically complex high -bay research • Ballroom Concept • Mid-bay Space • Research the Research
  21. 21. V I S I O N & L E A D E RS H I P Climate Leadership Net Zero Facility • A m e r i c a n C o l l e g e a n d U n i v e r s i t y P r e s i d e n t ’s C l i m a t e C o m m i t m e n t • P l a n n i n g a n d D e s i g n C o m m i s s i o n “ We c a n d o b e t t e r t h a n L E E D ”
  22. 22. V I S I O N & L E A D E RS H I P Design Excellence • Planning and Design Commission • Executive Planning and Design Commission • Regular Design Reviews
  23. 23. NARA Campus
  24. 24. Preliminary Planning Document
  25. 25. Mid-bay lab Computational labs/offices High bay lab lab office Project Overview Pre-Planning Program
  26. 26. Preliminary Planning Document
  27. 27. Preliminary Planning Document
  28. 28. Preliminary Planning Document
  29. 29. CARBON NEUTRAL* Net Zero Energy Building Carbon Neutral Offset carbon: for building energy use for building construction transit of materials used (total embodied energy) net zero site energy net zero source energy net zero energy emissions “Carbon neutrality is defined here as eliminating or offsetting fossil based electricity and fuel use. For example, if the electricity grid is 60% fossil fuel and 40% hydroelectric, reducing grid electricity use by 60% and eliminating / offsetting on-site fuel use will make the project carbon neutral.” Green Building Studio, 2008 * Oxford word of the year 2006 Definition
  30. 30. The Scale of the Problem Small Office Large Office Laboratory 44.0 83.2 290.1 EnergyUseinkBtu/ft2PerYear Typical Lab Energy Use • As much as (10) Typical Office Buildings. • 6’ Fume Hood = (1) 2,500 s.f. house
  31. 31. New Funding Opportunities A LT E R N AT I V E F U N D I N G
  32. 32. K E Y M E T R I C S NIST Funding: $11.6 Million GT Matching Funding: 11.6 Million Add’l GT Expenses: 2.3 Million Total Project Budget: $25.5 Million Project Size: 42,000 sf
  33. 33. NIST Grant Application • Re-packaged the project • More aggressive program: Combustion • Increased space need • “Shovel Ready” • Re-cast the budget • Cost model / Buy-American • More aggressive Schedule • Constructability Reviews A LT E R N AT I V E F U N D I N G
  34. 34. A LT E R N AT I V E F U N D I N G
  35. 35. D E V E LO P I N G T H E G R A N T I nterdisciplinary Research Model
  36. 36. D E V E LO P I N G T H E G R A N T Additional Program Space = “Shovel Ready Project”
  37. 37. D E V E LO P I N G T H E G R A N T Basement Access To Additional Program Space
  38. 38. Grant Awards • 176 Grant Applications • 12 Awards • $123 Million in Funding
  39. 39. C-NES LAB AS DESIGNED/BUILT
  40. 40. Sustainable Site Strategies Sustainable Site Strategies + Landscape Master Plan Integration
  41. 41. Building Components:
  42. 42. Case Study: Carbon-Neutral Energy Solutions Laboratory Building (C-NES) LEED Platinum Design/Builder: HDR/Gilbane Building Co.
  43. 43. ENR Southeast ‘Owner of the Year’
  44. 44. Awards and Recognitions Clough Commons and Tech Green •LEED Platinum 2013 •University System of Georgia - Award of Excellence 2011 •Atlanta Business Chronicle - Best in Atlanta Real Estate – 2011 Hinman Building Renovation •Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation - 2012 Excellence in Rehabilitation Award •University System of Georgia - Sustainability Award 2011 •Interior Design Magazine - 2011 Best of Year Award •Architect Magazine - 2011 P/A (Progressive Architecture) Award •Architect Magazine - The Annual Design Review Award 2011 •AIA - 2012 CAE Educational Facility Design Awards - Merit Award •AIA New York - AIA NY Design Awards 2012 - Honor Award, Interiors •AIA Georgia - 2011 Design Awards Program - Honor Award Carbon Neutral Energy Solutions Laboratory (CNES) •ENR Southeast – Best Green Building - 2013 •LEED Platinum - 2013 •R&D Magazine Lab of the Year – 2013 •AIA / SCUP – Excellence in Architecture – 2013 •AGC Build Georgia Award; Best Sustainable Building – 2013 •AIA Georgia - 2012 •ASLA Georgia - 2012 •ENR Southeast - Best New Building – 2012 •AIA New Jersey Other Recognitions •Princeton Review Green Honor Roll 2009 - present •Sierra Club Sustainable Campus •League of American Cyclists – Silver Bike Friendly Campus 2012 •Tree Campus USA 2008-present •Landscape Master Plan - SCUP Excellence in Planning for an established Campus, Merit Award, 2009 •Electrical Substation - Atlanta Urban Design Commission Award of Excellence for Public Art, 2008 •National Wildlife Federation Exemplary Green Campus 2008 •ENR Southeast – 2013 Owner of the Year
  45. 45. Architecture + Engineering + Landscape + Ecology + Technology
  46. 46. ORNL’s 3rd Annual Southeast Sustainability Summit Knoxville, Tennessee August 2013 Howard S. Wertheimer, FAIA, LEED AP werth@gatech.edu Director, Capital Planning & Space Management www.space.gatech.edu

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