TERWILLIGER CENTER FOR
HOUSING HOUSING
OPPORTUNITY 2014
Southwest Minnesota Housing Partnership
SWMHP
Service
Area
Health as a Framework
HEALTHY HOMES + HEATHY
COMMUNITIES
 Our Initiatives
 Integrative design incorporates Health First
 Green/health impact ...
SWMHP Case Studies
 Viking Terrace, Worthington, MN
 60 units substantial rehabilitation
 General Occupancy – large fam...
Project Research Components
 Green Communities Pilot Projects
 Planning Charrette – integrated design –
energy/water con...
Dark Green vs. Light Green
Viking
Terrace
Cherry Ridge
Total Rehab Cost $49/SF $11/SF
Green Practices: %
of Overall Cost
1...
Viking Terrace
Apartments
Before & After
Green Features
Roof truss system with standing seam steel
roof & enhanced attic insulation
Geo-thermal heating and cooli...
Health First Elements
 Ventilation
 Low-VOC adhesives, paints & coatings
 Testing & mitigation of contaminants, e.g. Ra...
Viking Terrace Health Impacts
 33% to 62%
 Chronic bronchitis: 10% -
0%
 Hay fever: 12% - 4%
 Sinusitis: 12% - 2%
 As...
Orness Plaza
Before & After
The Successes
 Preservation of key community resources.
 Integration of health and performance modifications
through pla...
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Housing Opportunity - Improving Health Outcomes through Residential Energy Efficiency, Rick Goodeman

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  • Our vision: Effective positive change at all levels
    Adopt rational investment system – Health First
    Reduce societal costs
    Break down silos
    Initiate effective intervention through partnerships
    Strengthen local policies
    Educate to increase awareness
    Create opportunity & relevance within our industry
    Our Initiatives – Placed based & project based approaches
    Healthy housing curriculum
    Home safety curriculum
    Public health forums with MDH
    Public health partnership
    Targeting resources
    Integrative design
    Intentionality of connectiveness
    Impact research
    On-site management & Tenant Education
  • Housing Opportunity - Improving Health Outcomes through Residential Energy Efficiency, Rick Goodeman

    1. 1. TERWILLIGER CENTER FOR HOUSING HOUSING OPPORTUNITY 2014 Southwest Minnesota Housing Partnership
    2. 2. SWMHP Service Area
    3. 3. Health as a Framework
    4. 4. HEALTHY HOMES + HEATHY COMMUNITIES  Our Initiatives  Integrative design incorporates Health First  Green/health impact research  Integrated green & healthy principals across HO/tenant curriculum  Public health partnership for in-home health assessments  Targeted resources through regional referral system
    5. 5. SWMHP Case Studies  Viking Terrace, Worthington, MN  60 units substantial rehabilitation  General Occupancy – large family tenant base  Cherry Ridge Apartments, Mankato, MN  83 units substantial rehabilitation  General Occupancy – large family tenant base  Orness Plaza, Mankato, MN  101 public housing substantial rehabilitation  Senior & disabled tenant base
    6. 6. Project Research Components  Green Communities Pilot Projects  Planning Charrette – integrated design – energy/water conservation & health  Post Energy & Water Use Comparative Analysis  HVAC/Ventilation Commissioning  Health Impact Study  Tenant & Property Management Education  Green & Health informed PCNA process
    7. 7. Dark Green vs. Light Green Viking Terrace Cherry Ridge Total Rehab Cost $49/SF $11/SF Green Practices: % of Overall Cost 15% 19% Reduction Energy Use 45% 18% Reduction Water Use 28% 41% Savings per Unit $115/year $113/year
    8. 8. Viking Terrace Apartments Before & After
    9. 9. Green Features Roof truss system with standing seam steel roof & enhanced attic insulation Geo-thermal heating and cooling system Energy star rated appliances Water conserving appliances and fittings Energy efficient lighting & windows, occupancy sensors, & enhanced wall insulation Recycled materials Recycled content flooring
    10. 10. Health First Elements  Ventilation  Low-VOC adhesives, paints & coatings  Testing & mitigation of contaminants, e.g. Radon  Pest management  Smoke-free requirements  Energy star continuous exhaust ventilation  Surface water drainage control  Outdoor spaces & pedestrian connections  Education
    11. 11. Viking Terrace Health Impacts  33% to 62%  Chronic bronchitis: 10% - 0%  Hay fever: 12% - 4%  Sinusitis: 12% - 2%  Asthma: 12% - 4%  Hypertension: 10% - 4%  53% to 65%  Respiratory allergies: 15% - 4%  Ear infections: 15% - 4%  Eczema/skin allergy: 23% - 0%. Adults Children General health reported as very good or excellent Specific medical conditions decreased:
    12. 12. Orness Plaza Before & After
    13. 13. The Successes  Preservation of key community resources.  Integration of health and performance modifications through planning, implementation and post data collection.  Integration of community space outdoors.  National recognition for the green and healthy features.

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