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    Los Angeles Community College District LACCD Sustainable Building_Program Redefining the Student Experience Los Angeles Community College District LACCD Sustainable Building_Program Redefining the Student Experience Presentation Transcript

    • The LACCD Sustainable Building Program Redefining the Student Experience
    • INTRODUCTION SESSION OVERVIEW LACCD Sustainable Building Program Overview Sustainability and the Student Experience PRESENTERS Tom Hall – Build LACCD Bruce Risley - ARCADIS Girish Kripalani - ARCADIS Tim Spaeth - ARCADIS
    • INTRODUCTION LA City College – Life Sciences Building LA City College – Communications Building LA City College – Chemistry Building FORMER CAMPUS EXPERIENCE LA Harbor College – General Classrooms Building
    • INTRODUCTION LA Valley College – Allied Health & Sciences West LA College – Math and Science Building LA Mission College – Parking Lot Photovoltaic Structures Pierce College – Student Mall SUSTAINABLE CAMPUS EXPERIENCE East LA College – Entry Plaza
    • The Los Angeles Community College District
    • LA Mission College LACCD BUILDING PROGRAM LACCD - Overview Nine Campuses: Los Angeles City College Pierce College LA Valley College East Los Angeles College Los Angeles Harbor College Los Angeles Mission College LA City College Pierce College Los Angeles Trade-Technical College Los Angeles Southwest College East LA College LA Trade Tech West LA College Los Angeles Valley College West Los Angeles College Southwest LA College District covers 882 sq. miles Serves 36 Cities Educates Nearly 250,000 Students/yr Student Population Includes: More than 40% Over the Age of 25 Nearly 20% Over the Age of 35 More than 65% of LACCD Students are Underserved Minorities LA Harbor College
    • LACCD BUILDING PROGRAM BuildLACCD - Overview Three Voter Approved Issues: Proposition A: $1.245 billion Proposition AA: $980 million Measure J: $3.5 billion Major Projects Completed: 145 Major Projects in Progress: 184 Actual Budget Spent To Date: $3,282,752,811 Remaining Budget Amount: $2,911,340,361
    • LACCD BUILDING PROGRAM BuildLACCD - Sustainability At $6 Billion, One of the Nation’s Largest Sustainable Building Programs Sustainability Policy Adopted in 2002 Requirements: LEED™ Buildings 10% Renewable Energy BuildLACCD Sustainable Standards Design Guidelines (furniture, carpet, etc.) Cradle-to-Cradle Products Water Efficiency Building Information Modeling (BIM) Building Site Management (orientation) Energy Plan
    • LACCD BUILDING PROGRAM BuildLACCD - Sustainability One of the World’s Largest LEED Building Programs Groundbreaking - Early Adopter of the LEED System 89 LEED Projects 16 Have achieved a LEED Rating: 8 LEED Gold 6 LEED Silver 2 LEED Certified 13 Under Review by USGBC 20 Currently Under Construction 40 Currently in Programming/Design
    • LACCD BUILDING PROGRAM BuildLACCD – Sustainability: LEED Gold Los Angeles Harbor College Project: Northeast Academic / Student Services & Administration Scope: (2) 2 Story Buildings, 116,800 GSF Project Completion: January 2009 Project Cost: $54 Million Architect: Steinberg Architects Contractor: Mallcraft, Inc.
    • LACCD BUILDING PROGRAM BuildLACCD – Sustainability: LEED Gold Los Angeles Trade Technical College Project: South Campus Buildings Scope: (2) 5 Story Buildings, 122,000 GSF Project Completion: January 2010 Project Cost: $100 Million Architect: Johnson Favaro Contractor: Taisei Construction Corp.
    • LACCD BUILDING PROGRAM BuildLACCD – Sustainability: LEED Platinum* Los Angeles Harbor College Project: Science Complex Scope: 3 Story Building, 80,000 GSF Project Completion: Summer 2012 Project Cost: $62 Million Architect: HGA Architects Contractor: Pinner Construction Co. * Anticipated LEED Rating
    • LACCD BUILDING PROGRAM BuildLACCD – Sustainability: Net Zero Buildings Pierce College Project: Horticulture and Animal Science Facility Scope: New Complex of Buildings on an 8 Acre Site Project Completion: Winter 2012 Project Cost: $19 Million Architect: Hill Partnership, Inc. Contractor: J.D. Diffenbaugh, Inc.
    • LACCD BUILDING PROGRAM BuildLACCD - Sustainability: Net Zero Buildings Pierce College Project: Horticulture and Animal Science Facility Scope: New Complex of Buildings on an 8 Acre Site Project Completion: Winter 2012 Project Cost: $19 Million Architect: Hill Partnership, Inc. Contractor: J.D. Diffenbaugh, Inc.
    • LACCD BUILDING PROGRAM BuildLACCD - Sustainability ENERGY STRATEGY Reducing Energy Demand Renewable Energy Systems Energy Storage Knowledge Transfer / Green Jobs Long Term / Budget Issues LA Valley College – Solar Thermal Water Heating Installation CORE ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES Central Plants – Demand Management Thermal Energy Storage – Peak Management Solar Photovoltaic Arrays Solar Thermal Systems Micro-Turbine Generators Centralized Monitoring LA Southwest College – Thermal Storage Facility (Ice Farm)
    • LACCD BUILDING PROGRAM BuildLACCD – Sustainability: CENTRAL PLANTS Primary Function: Central Plant Campus with No produce hot and cold water that is used to air condition and heat buildings Each Building has its own air-conditioning and heating system Natural Gas Boilers CENTRAL PLANT Cooling Towers Electric Chillers Hot Cold §Reduces equipment cost §Lowers cost to maintain & operate §Introduces higher efficiency equipment that lowers utility bills §Makes it easier to add new technology over time
    • LACCD BUILDING PROGRAM BuildLACCD – Sustainability: SOLAR THERMAL WATER HEATING Generates hot water using the sun that is stored in tanks at the Central Plant LA Valley College – Solar Thermal Water Heating Installation Cool Buildings absorption chiller Sinks, showers, Washing machines Distributes hot water to buildings for Heat swimming pools Central Plant Heating Buildings
    • LACCD BUILDING PROGRAM BuildLACCD – Sustainability: ICE FARM - THERMAL STORAGE LACCD EXAMPLE: LA Southwest College Cool storage system comprised of: 72 Ice Storage tanks Two Chillers LA Southwest College – Ice Farm Thermal Storage Supply Ice-Cooled Water During Peak Hours Central Plant Ice Storage Tanks Chiller Produce Ice During Off-Peak Hours Chiller Chilled Water Supply to Campus Chilled Water Return From Campus Supplies about 9,900 ton-hours of cooling capacity to the campus over the course of a typical design day. Chillers each have a capacity of 910 tons during the "daytime mode" and 640 tons when in icemaking mode. Operating with an average cooling supply temperature of 23°F and return temperature of 30°F .
    • LACCD BUILDING PROGRAM BuildLACCD – Sustainability: ENERGY SAVINGS 8.0 million square feet 63% Growth After Bond Program complete 6 4 Total College Building Area 4.9 million square feet Total College Building Area Before Bond Program § Added 3.1 million square feet § Buildings provide much more technology 12 6 2 $6.05 M annual electric bill 2007 0 18 Before 2001 $5.4 M annual electric bill 2014 After 2014 0 Annual College Electric Cost $ Millions (2014 Rates) Total College Building Area, Millions SF 8
    • LACCD BUILDING PROGRAM BuildLACCD - Sustainability Direct Effects of the LACCD Sustainable Building Program: ENERGY Reduced the Energy Usage per Student as represented by the Energy Usage Intensity Index (EUI). EUI developed from research undertaken by various environmental and energy regulating agencies. EUI correlates energy consumption from all fossil-fuel sources into one convenient index. EUI (kBtu/sf-yr) = (E * 3.41) + (NG * 100) + (FO * 138) + (P * 91) / SF Where: E is the electric use for the building in kWh NG is Natural Gas in therms FO is fuel oil in gallons P is Propane in gallons SF is the gross square footage of the building The EUI presents a 12 month usage index. Energy Usage Intensity Index Community Colleges (avg) 70 ELAC 65.44 LACC 53.95 LAHC 40.84 LAMC 40.47 LAPC 59.95 LASC 48.87 LATTC 60.25 LAVC 47.31 VDK 36.04 WLAC 38.80
    • LACCD BUILDING PROGRAM BuildLACCD - Sustainability LACCD SUSTAINABLE PROGRAMS: CAMPUS RECYCLING/WASTE PROGRAMS Solar Compactors Recycling Separation Facilities GREEN CLEANING PROGRAMS Use of Environmentally Friendly cleaning products Maintaining a safe and healthy Indoor Environment GREEN JOBS CURRICULUM Learn from actual green projects Sustainable curriculum Solar, wind, geothermal, etc. Economics, business, life cycle, etc. Operations and maintenance Certificates, licenses and degrees Train for green collar jobs Climate solutions today
    • Sustainability and the Student Experience
    • SUSTAINABLE CAMPUS Overview Influences of the Sustainable Campus Infrastructure Sites and Landscape LEED Buildings Overt, Interactive Experiences Subtle, Underlying Influences LA Southwest College – Central Plant LA Mission College – Central Quad LA Mission College – Family and Consumer Studies
    • SUSTAINABLE CAMPUS Green Campus Infrastructure VISIBLE Photovoltaic Installations Wind Turbines LA Mission College – Parking Lot Photovoltaic Installation LA Harbor College – Parking Lot 6 PV Carports
    • SUSTAINABLE CAMPUS Green Campus Infrastructure UNDERLYING Central Plant – Chilled/Hot Water Loop Stormwater Management Systems Thermal Energy Storage - Ice Farms, Geothermal LA Harbor College – Stormwater Detention Area LA City College – Thermal Storage Units (Ice Farm) East LA College – Central Plant
    • SUSTAINABLE CAMPUS Sustainable Sites and Landscaping VISIBLE Drought Resistant Landscaping Electric Car Charging Stations Preferred Parking – Alt. Fuel Vehicles, Carpool Bike Racks/Storage LA Harbor College – West Parking Structure LA Harbor College – FMO Building LA Mission College – Central Quad West LA College – Math and Sciences Building Pierce College – S. Mark Taper Foundation Life Science Botanic Garden
    • SUSTAINABLE CAMPUS Sustainable Sites and Landscaping UNDERLYING Reclaimed Water Irrigation High Albedo Paving Materials Permeable Surfaces Grass Pavers LA Harbor College – West Parking Structure Pierce College – Center for the Sciences LA Harbor College – Technology Building
    • SUSTAINABLE CAMPUS LEED Buildings - Exterior VISIBLE Shading Systems Reflective Roofing Systems / Green Roofs Exterior Circulation Corridors Innovative Cladding Systems LA City College – Martin Luther King, Jr. Library Pierce College – Center for the Sciences LA Mission College – Culinary Arts Institute Pierce College – Center for the Sciences
    • SUSTAINABLE CAMPUS LEED Buildings - Exterior UNDERLYING High Efficiency Glazing Materials w/Recycled or Reclaimed Content Building Integrated Photovoltaic Systems Solar Thermal Water Heating Systems LA Valley College – North Gym LA City College – Science and Technology Building LA City College – Child Development Center
    • SUSTAINABLE CAMPUS LEED Buildings – Exterior: ANATOMY OF A LEED BUILDING Optimized Energy Performance Chilled Beams High Albedo Roof Shade Structure Thermal Mass/High Fly Ash Content Recycled Content High Performance Glass Exterior Shading Optimized Building Orientation Water Efficient Landscaping Permeable Surfaces Rainwater Capture Daylit Lower Level Natural Ventilation Controllability of Systems East LA College – Language Arts
    • SUSTAINABLE CAMPUS LEED Buildings - Interior VISIBLE Natural Daylighting – Direct and Indirect Restroom Fixtures – Waterless Urinals LA City College – Science and Technology Building West LA College – General Classrooms Building LA Mission College – Culinary Arts Institute * LACCD is saving what is estimated to exceed 25 million gallons of water per year through the installation of more than 1,100 waterless urinals. LA Harbor College – SSA
    • SUSTAINABLE CAMPUS LEED Buildings - Interior UNDERLYING Occupancy Sensors Natural Ventilation High Efficiency Mechanical Systems Renewable/Recycled Materials East LA College – Multimedia Center LACCD DEMAND MANAGEMENT Retrofit all energy consuming elements LA Harbor College – PE & Wellness Center Lights, fans, pumps, etc. Install conservation features in all buildings Insulation, low-E glass, white roof, green roof State of the art and new technologies Occupancy sensors, Operable windows Metering and monitoring systems Centralized monitoring systems, EMS East LA College – Baum Center
    • SUSTAINABLE CAMPUS LEED Buildings - Interior: ANATOMY OF A LEED BUILDING 1,2 Natural daylight 5. Warm air venting, chimney effect 7. Rapidly renewable materials 3,4 Natural ventilation 6. Radiant heating and cooling 8. Educational kiosk 5 1 2 5 7 4 3 8 6 East LA College – Campus Student Center and Bookstore
    • SUSTAINABLE CAMPUS LEED Buildings – Interactive Experience LEED Informational Signage LACCD EXAMPLE: LA Harbor College – Child Development Center Comprehensive LEED Signage Package Identifies LEED Elements of the Building Enables Interactive Learning Experience about the LEED Program.
    • SUSTAINABLE CAMPUS LEED Buildings – Interactive Experience Touchscreen Green Kiosk 42” Interactive Touch Screen Monitor Located in the Lobby or Entrance of a Building Provides an interactive educational experience about the sustainable strategies employed in the design of the building. The information in the Touchscreen Green Kiosk is organized and delivered in a four tier matrix: GLOBAL – includes video documentaries which address sustainability practices on a global scale. DISTRICT – video clips of sustainability experts involved in the Los Angeles Community College District’s projects. CAMPUS – displays how the campus is engaging in environmental practices such as, alternative transportation methods, landscape design, counter heat island effect, light pollution and the use of a central plant for maximizing energy on the campus BUILDING – a 3d model is utilized to provide a customized case study on the building, and it’s used to portray the building’s schematic performance, sustainable features. LA Harbor College – Child Development Center
    • SUSTAINABLE CAMPUS LEED Buildings – Interactive Experience Touchscreen Green Kiosk
    • CONCLUSION Sustainability Becoming the Norm What Value Does LEED Add? The Holistic Learning Experience Instilled Narrative of Sustainability Preparation for the Green Workforce
    • MORE INFORMATION: LOS ANGELES COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT www.laccd.edu BUILD LACCD – SUSTAINABLE BUILDING PROGRAM www.build-laccd.org ARCADIS – PROGRAM MANAGEMENT www.arcadis-us.com