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  • BUILDING SUSTAINABILITY SERVICES
  • 03 INTRODUCTION 04 CHALLENGE & RESPONSE BUILDING LIFECYCLE 05 PRE-DESIGNOUR WORLD HAS CHANGED FROM ONE OF 09 DESIGN & CONSTRUCTIONINFINITE POSSIBILITIES AND LIMITLESS RESOURCESTO ONE OF LIMITLESS POSSIBILITIES AND LIMITED RESOURCES. 13 OPERATIONS 19 REDEVELOPMENT 24 TEAM EXPERTISE 25 CONTACT CONTENTS 2
  • TOGETHER WE CAN LOOK AT BUILDINGS DIFFERENTLY,INNOVATE AND BE ECONOMICALLY, ENVIRONMENTALLY ANDSOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE IN OUR CHOICES. SUSTAINABILIT Y SERVICES AT A GL ANCE Building Operations Consulting Commissioning Consulting Services Energy Analysis Energy Modeling Comprehensive Facility Optimization SECTION 3
  • WE SHARE A In response, we’ve organized specialized sustainable design servicesCHALLENGE WITH that create enduring value through reducing cost, optimizing energy andEVERY ONE OF OUR water consumption and creating durable, lasting and respected buildings.CLIENTS—WORKINGWITH INCREASINGLYLIMITED ANDVALUED RESOURCES. PRE-DESIGN ECONOMIC DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION VALUE REDEVELOPMENT SOCIAL ENVIRONMENTAL BUILDING LIFECYCLE By looking at building in the long view—from pre-design through redevelopment—we uncover OPERATIONS new possibilities for achieving cost savings, improving the environmental impact and taking seriously our shared civic and social responsibility. CHALLENGE & RESPONSE 4
  • PRE-DESIGN GREEN DECISIONS ARE MOST EFFECTIVE PRIOR TO CAPITAL SPENDING 5
  • As projects are planned, Cannon Design helps clients with a wide range of services beyond building design—from PRE-DESIGN infrastructure master plans to site selection and analysis. More broadly, we work with clients both to develop portfolio-specific green building practices and standards and to train staff in effectively applying them. OUR SERVICES BENEFIT YOUThe world population –  nergy and Sustainability Masterplans E –  e help you take a strategic approach to managing Wwill likely increase to infrastructure, resources and costs. –  uilding Site and Climate Analysis B9,200,000,000 in 2050. –  s well-informed leaders you are better able to direct A –  onceptual Design Energy Modeling CThis almost 40% increase real estate and facilities departments to make long-means we must change –  ombined Heating and Power (CHP)/ C term cost-saving decisions.the way we plan our Cogeneration Analysis –  y planning sustainably, your facilities or real estate Bcities, our buildings – Performance Standards Development departments become an integral part of yourand our infrastructure –  ducation and Learning Program Development E social responsibility policies.across the developed and Deliveryand developing regionsof the world.UNITED NATIONS POPUL ATIONDIVISION, 20 07 PRE-DESIGN 6
  • “[THE CHICAGO GREEN HOMESPROGRAM HELPS] US WORK WITHHOMEOWNERS, BUILDERS ANDDEVELOPERS TO SHOW THEM HOWTHEIR PROJECTS CAN HELP IMPROVETHE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR ALLRESIDENTS OF CHICAGO.”HONORABLE RICHARD M. DALEY, CHICAGO‘S MAYOR CASE STUDY GREEN HOMES FOR CHICAGOSERVICES PROVIDED Mayor Richard M. Daley wants Chicago to be the greenest big city 1,126.4 tons of CO2  emission reduction in the world. Individual projects can certainly help demonstrate thisConsulting Services 3  4,057 gallonsEducation and Learning Program commitment, but the Mayor charged his Department of Environment of stormwaterConsulting with thinking broadly about policy initiatives. A major step in runoff reductionEnvironmental Impact Reporting achieving the greenest city goal: working with our team to create  1  0,851 gallonsGreen Urban PlanningGreen Standards Development incentives for building green housing at all residential market levels. of potable water use reduction ANNUAL CIT Y WIDE SUSTAINABILIT Y AWARDS IMPACT OF GREEN HOMES IMPROVEMENTS Financial Times and Urban Land Institute: Sustainable Cities Award, 2008 ( THROUGH 20 0 9) PRE-DESIGN 7
  • CASE STUDY BUFFALO PUBLIC SCHOOLS COMPREHENSIVE FACILITY ASSESSMENTPRE-DESIGN New York state law mandates that all school districts conduct building surveys every five years. Our process uses detailed data collection techniques to document the condition of each facility on a system-by-system and room-by- room basis—providing Buffalo Public Schools (BPS) with a complete database of assets. This information enables BPS to identify and reduce the extent of deferred maintenance, 9  million sf assessed prioritize needs and develop short- and long-term capital budgets. 6  0 facilities included in capital budget Our customized online tool helps reduce time spent on finding problems to afford more time forSERVICES PROVIDED solving them. By updating theBuilding Condition Surveys data regularly, BPS can experienceComputer-aided Facility Management significant long-run cost savings inDatabase Development ELEMENTARY SCHOOL energy management, maintenance HIGH SCHOOL and operations. OFFICES/ TEMPOR ARY SCHOOLS PRE-DESIGN 8
  • DESIGN &CONSTRUCTION INFORMED DESIGN & BUILDING ADD UP TO RESOURCE SAVINGS 9
  • Once a project starts, Cannon Design’s sustainability expertise reinforces the design of high-performance buildings. Our DESIGN & systems analysis, commissioning and consulting expertise CONSTRUCTION supports the architectural and engineering design across a wide range of building types from the earliest stages of design through occupancy. OUR SERVICES BENEFIT YOUResearchers have –  omputational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Modeling C –  ou can make informed decisions about Ycreated a method building systems based on both first-cost and – Lighting/Daylighting Analysisfor projecting and lifecycle payback terms. – Thermal Comfort Analysisevaluating up to 37 –  our real estate holdings can be evaluated according Ydistinct environmental –  uilding Envelope Analysis and Commissioning B to short- and long-term asset value as they areimpacts that result from – HVAC Load Calculations designed and built.building construction. –  enewable Energy Modeling & Screening R –  n integrated process enables the project team to ASince we have meet high performance goals and achieve sizable – LEED Commissioningmethods for energy reductions. – New Building Commissioningmeasuring theseimpacts, we must – LEED Administration Sustainability Consultingnow work to manage – A/E Consulting and Peer Reviewthem effectively.GROUP OF CONSTRUCTIONRESE ARCH AND INNOVATION(GRIC), POLY TECHNICUNIVERSIT Y OF CATALONIA DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION 10
  • CASE STUDY HERMAN MILLER CONVIA SHOWROOM DESIGN & How does a company sell a product that redefines the way office workers can CONSTRUCTION control their environment? We helped Herman Miller design a showroom in which responsible lighting and electricity use are foremost in every visitor’s mind as they tour through a wildly varied collection of the workstations, private offices, conference rooms and amenity spaces that make up today’s workplace. Product display is at the heart of a showroom, and this project immerses visitors in a Convia system that offers highly programmable, easy-to-use controls of electrical zones. Our sustainability services worked to enhance the technology: from maximizing daylight harvesting to demonstrate the effectiveness of Convia’s controls to commissioning the showroom’s systems so they operate according to the design standards.SERVICES PROVIDED The design optimizes  80% daylighting in a wideLighting/Daylighting Analysis range of settings—Thermal Comfort Analysis from private offices of occupiedCommissioning to conference rooms, building area from workstations to that is daylit open teaming areas. SUSTAINABILIT Y AWARDS CoreNet Global: Sustainable Leadership Awards Commendation | Interiors & Sources: Top Ten LEED Projects DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION 11
  • 88% 65% 22%of construction of occupied of materialswaste diverted building area with a recycledfrom landfill with access content to views DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION 12
  • OPERATIONS SMARTLY MANAGED FACILITIES CREATE LONG-RUN BENEFITS 13
  • As their facilities are put in action, building owners turn to Cannon Design to ensure that energy, lighting, heating, cooling, OPERATIONS ventilation and power systems are performing up to current design standards as well as to re-engineer under performing systems for more efficient operation. OUR SERVICES BENEFIT YOUCities occupy 2% of the –  etailed Energy Modeling D –  e find intelligent short-term and long-term savings Wworld’s land mass yet in your operating expenses, utility consumption and –  xisting Building Calibrated Energy Modeling Econtribute more than greenhouse gas emissions. –  e-Commissioning R66% of global greenhouse –  y seeking out and solving building problems before Bgas emissions. –  ontinuous Commissioning C they happen, we help you improve operational efficiency.This disproportionate –  uilding Operation Assessment B –  ur consistent, cost-effective methods of measuring and Orelationship can –  reventative Maintenance Program Development P verifying your building systems lead to greater occupantbe significantly comfort, productivity and satisfaction. –  nergy Audits (ASHRAE 1, 2 and 3) Eimproved throughretro-commissioning –  tility Bill Analysis Uand energy efficiency –  emand Response Analysis Dimprovements – LEED Commissioningin our currentbuilt environment. – New Building CommissioningCLINTON CLIMATE INITIATIVE – LEED Administration/Consulting – A/E Consulting and Peer Review OPERATIONS 14
  • CASE STUDY CAMILLE KENDALL ACADEMIC CENTER OPERATIONS With a goal of being recognized as a national model for a green university, the University System of Maryland treats sustainability as serious business. When the opportunity arose to create a new academic center on USM’s Shady Grove campus, we designed an energy- and resource-efficient building that responds to evolving curricula and technology with a humane learning environment.Cannon Design provided post-occupancy “ HE SUCCESS OF THIS BUILDING IS THE RESULT Tcommissioning to ensure that buildingsystems would operate according to OF GOOD PLANNING AND TREMENDOUSthe modeled standard. COLLABORATION WITHIN THE PROJECT TEAM. E  nergy Savings were 25% THE RESULT IS A GREAT BUILDING WE ARE below LEED Baseline Models PROUD OF, APPRECIATED BY OUR FACULTY, P  otable Water Use was 44% STUDENTS AND STAFF.” below LEED Baseline Models SCOTT LUPIN, DIRECTOR, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND OFFICE OF SUSTAINABILITY SERVICES PROVIDED Lighting/Daylighting Analysis Thermal Comfort Analysis Commissioning LEED Administration/Consulting OPERATIONS 15
  • $97,000 - $127,000 ANNUAL SAVINGSTO THE UNIVERSITY DUE TO CANNON DESIGN’S MEASUREMENT AND VERIFICATION SERVICES 75% 75% 40% 25% of construction of spaces have of materials reduction of waste diverted access to manufactured storm water from landfill natural daylight within 500 miles runoff OPERATIONS 16
  • 23% more energy efficient Patient Care Tower mechanical systems than required by codeOPERATIONS CASE STUDY ADVOCATE LUTHERAN T  he new Patient Care Tower is the first GENERAL HOSPITAL LEED Gold hospital in the Midwestern United States. Over a series of projects spanning the Advocate Lutheran General Hospital campus, our team has provided design 1  ,000,000 gallons of water are saved annually from treating water with and consulting services. Cannon Design hosted a series of pulsed-power cooling tower. sustainability workshops with hospital administration, and they embraced the subject as an inherent piece of their operations. Patient satisfaction is at 73%, its highest point on-record, andSERVICES PROVIDED energy savings from the most recent new project on campus is approaching $200,000 a year.Lighting/Daylighting AnalysisBuilding Operation AssessmentGreen Standards Development $190,000 ANNUAL ENERGY SAVINGSLEED Administration IN NEW PATIENT CARE TOWER OPERATIONS 17
  • 100% 39% of irrigating water for of rainwater reused campus comes from with stormwater stormwater retention management plan OPERATIONS B  uilding energy use ranks the school in the 79th percentile as compared to other schools in the US. A.E. STEVENSON HIGH SCHOOL CASE STUDYSERVICES PROVIDED As a client of ours for more than twenty-five years, A.E. Stevenson High School has a campus our architecture/engineering team knows and loves. By leading the schoolFacility Condition AssessmentsExisting Building Calibrated Energy Modeling through LEED-EB certification, we became more intimate with campus operations—LEED Commissioning from helping Stevenson conduct an occupant comfort survey to coauthoring a greenBuilding Operation Assessment standard that allowed the school administration to refine its purchasing policies. ThePreventative Maintenance Program DevelopmentEnergy Audits process even offered an educational opportunity as students helped lead the processLEED Administration for calculating the school’s on-site stormwater management. OPERATIONS 18
  • REDEVELOPMENT A STRONG VISION ALLOWS BUILDINGS TO THRIVE AGAIN AND AGAIN 19
  • When a building has out-lived its intended purpose, many of our opportunistic clients look to redevelop or adapt for a newREDEVELOPMENT use. Cannon Design supports these value-added developments with broad consulting services: from conducting condition assessments to sourcing and supporting applications for grants and tax credits.A 2004 report projectedthat building owners inthe United States alone OUR SERVICES BENEFIT YOUwill demolish and replace –  acility Condition Assessments F –  ur thorough analysis of buildings helps you unlock O82,000,000,000 square –  etro-Commissioning Study R added value and development opportunities infeet of buildings (or overlooked assets. –  rant/Tax Credit Submittals Gapproximately one-third – nherently, we look at both long-term asset value and Iof the current total payback time frames in helping you evaluate projectbuilding stock) by 2030. costs and benefits.Re-imagining existing –  e augment the benefits of redevelopment by helping Wbuildings offers a you seek out government and utility incentives.strategy for reducingdemolition waste andpreventing greenhousegas emissions fromnew construction.BROOKINGS INSTITUTIONAND NATIONAL TRUST FORHISTORIC PRESERVATION REDEVELOPMENT 20
  • CASE STUDY ST. LOUIS POWERHOUSE Constructed in 1928, the Power House provided coal-fired steam heat to REDEVELOPMENT a dozen downtown buildings until the City of St. Louis decommissioned the building in 1980. Cannon Design purchased and re-developed the building and reinforced our commitment to triple-bottom line solutions: simultaneously developing a cost-effective new office, reducing our ecological footprint by preserving a landmark building and embodying our cultural commitment to the urban renewal of St. Louis. 100% 75% 30% 38% of the existing of the space reduction in of energy walls, floors, and has access to water usage savings below roof were reused natural daylight ASHRAE StandardThe empty volume created by the building’srelatively small floorplate and grand height ofits interior that had confounded developersfor many years allowed the project team toestablish one of the signature elements ofthe project: a curvilinear structure that exists $1.7 MILLION FEDERAL & STATE TAX CREDITSwithin the power house’s now restored shell. ON $7 MILLION PROJECT B  y purchasing and adapting an historic downtown power plant, Cannon Design took advantage of generous tax credits andSERVICES PROVIDED incentives for historic preservation and energy efficient design.Facility Condition AssessmentsLighting/Daylighting AnalysisGrant/Tax Credit Submittals SUSTAINABILIT Y AWARDSLEED AdministrationLEED Commissioning 2010 Green GOOD Design Award, The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies and The Chicago Athenaeum REDEVELOPMENT 21
  • “ HIS PROJECT DEMONSTRATES THE T NOTION THAT THE MOST SUSTAINABLE BUILDING IS THE ONE NOT BUILT. IF SUSTAINABILITY EMPHASIZES ‘LEAVE NO FOOTSTEPS,’ THIS ONE SEEMS TO DANCE.”CONTRACT MAGAZINE, SUSTAINABLE DESIGN AWARD JURY 2010 SECTION 22
  • SUSTAINABILITY SERVICESBUILDING OPERATIONS COMMISSIONING on a range of sustainability measures across a wide a detailed economic and engineering analysis of range of building types, develops comparisons and capital improvement projectsCONSULTING Continuous Commissioning Monitors building standards to inform capital and O&M spending system performance on an ongoing basis using Energy Masterplans Develops short- and long-termBuilding Operation Assessment: Reviews Space Utilization Studies: Examines the current strategies for energy use across a campus or group building automation systems and develops programbuilding operations, including energy management occupancy and usage within a building or across a of buildings to maintain system performanceand facility maintenance policies, compares real estate portfolio to optimize facility efficiency, New Building Commissioning Spans from Utility Bill Analysis Reviews a facility’s energyto industry standards and develops plan for operations, maintenance and other related measures planning through occupancy, commissioning agent and water usage rates, offers benchmarkoperational improvements and cost savings documents owner’s performance requirements and Computer-aided Facility Management comparisons with utility use at similar facilitiesPreventative Maintenance Program Database Development: Tailors a Web-based and develops before-and-after analysis of verifies that the building meets these measuresDevelopment: Works with operations staff to facility management tool for the needs of conservation opportunitiescreate a long-term strategy for maintaining building Re-Commissioning Re-evaluates the systems facilities management and ownership teams tosystems at optimal performance levels in an existing building for compliance with the owner’s performance expectations and identifies establish long-term priorities according to owner- ENERGY MODELING specified measuresCONSULTING SERVICES systems that require corrective action Post-Occupancy Evaluations: Uses a consistent Conceptual Design Energy Modeling Develops and tests energy use factors as design Retro-Commissioning implementationA/E Consulting and Peer Review: Collaborates set of measures and customized tools to examine decisions are made to establish a concept that assistance Confirms results of retro-with A/E teams outside Cannon Design to a building’s performance as it is in operation meets the owner’s program needs and energy commissioning study by assisting buildingestablish design strategies that improve building according to quantitative measures and qualitative use expectations operators with plans to set recommended energy-performance and offers periodic review of design user survey evidence saving measures into action Detailed Energy Modeling Creates adocuments to ensure strategy compliance comprehensive analysis of a building’s energyEducation and Learning Program Consulting: Retro-Commissioning Study Audits an existing ENERGY ANALYSIS use and evaluates against an established baseline building’s energy use and systems, recommendsWorks with public and private-sector clients to Combined Heating and Power (CHP)/ comparison to estimate total expected savings in energy-saving measures using a payback analysisteach facilities or real estate staff about green Cogeneration Analysis: Assesses validity of energy costsbuilding programs or develops client-specific staff implementing large-scale systems integrationtraining and education programs COMPREHENSIVE FACILITY and energy feedback across a campus or group Existing Building Calibrated Energy Modeling Employs a detailed energy model to compareGreen Standards Development: Authors OPTIMIZATION of buildings expected energy performance against actual usagesustainable design standards in collaboration with Demand Response: Analysis Reviews a building’s to bring to light untapped savings Building Condition Surveys: Evaluates theclients that meet each client’s specialized needs; energy use with the goal of achieving energy condition of the major building and site systems and Renewable Energy Modeling & ScreeningLEED Administration/Consulting: Manages conducts a room-by-room analysis of architectural savings and incentives for participating in public Determines the appropriateness of applying athe documentation required by the USGBC for features and finishes within a individual facility or utility peak-shaving energy use programs renewable energy technology to a given buildingsubmitting projects for certification across any of across a multi-building campus Energy Audits (ASHRAE 1, 2 and 3) Audits that and calculates anticipated energy usage based onthe available LEED products range from one-day walk-through assessments applying these technologies Facility Benchmarking and Assessment: Drawing on both proprietary and publicly accessible research to an intermediate energy survey and analysis to
  • TEAM EXPERTISE Michael Tillou PE, LEED AP Rand K. Ekman AIA, LEED AP Joe Cassata AIA Michael Eardley PE, LEED AP, CCP, CDT Director of Energy Services Director of Sustainable Design Director of Comprehensive Director of Commissioning Services Facilities Optimization Mike Tillou brings a wealth of knowledge Rand Ekman is Director of Sustainability With extensive commissioning experience and experience in energy modeling, at Cannon Design and leads the With a diversified background and over with a variety of client and project types, analysis and design – knowledge firm’s Sustainability Services group, two decades of professional experience, Mike Eardley leads Cannon Design’s that is indispensable in the design of which provides consulting services to Joe Cassata has developed an efficient, Commissioning Group. Mike combines high-performance buildings that are clients, organizations and institutions consistent framework for conducting this expertise with an in-depth knowledge increasingly demanded by Cannon Design including design assistance, building building condition assessments and has of energy design and studies and HVAC clients. In addition to providing integrated energy analysis, sustainable program spearheaded the transfer of building engineering to offer a comprehensive expert design and sustainability consulting management, LEED consulting, building condition data into customized Web- skill set to any project. services to support the LEED certification commissioning and environmental based databases for clients of all sizes. Mike holds commissioning certifications efforts of numerous university and standards development. Rand is a This suite of services helps allow owners from both the Building Commissioning corporate entities, he is an expert at member of the AIA Chicago Board of to manage and evaluate properties Association and the Association of Energy HVAC and control system analysis, Directors, the USGBC Market Advisory effectively throughout all stages of the Engineers. He is active in professional commissioning, optimization and Committee and the Underwriters building lifecycle. associations from the local to national troubleshooting. He specializes in energy Laboratories UL Environment Council, Joe is also one of Cannon Design’s most levels, in areas ranging from commissioning auditing, benchmarking and demand- and in 2010 he helped the AIA Large accomplished project managers. His to engineering, energy efficiency, and side energy planning. His professional Firm Round Table develop the 2030 expertise in technical detailing, project sustainability. He has project experience publications have focused on innovative Commitment recording protocol and tools, organization and execution, along with covering over a million square feet of LEED applications of systems approaches and which allow architectural firms to measure a thorough knowledge of the contract registered and certified buildings in roles data analysis to improve buildings’ energy their progress toward driving the industry administration process, provides Joe including commissioning, measurement & efficiency and performance. to carbon-neutral buildings over the next with the ability to successfully manage verification, and project management. twenty years. Mike was recently named one of scheduling and budgetary issues on Consulting Specifying Engineer projects of all types, including educational, magazine’s 2010, 40 under 40. municipal and commercial. TEAM EXPERTISE 24
  • For more information, pleasecontact us at Cannon Design.Michael TillouDirector of Energy ServicesBuffaloTel. 716 774.3550mtillou@cannondesign.comRand K. EkmanDirector of Sustainable DesignChicagoTel. 312 960.8146rekman@cannondesign.comMichael EardleyDirector of Commissioning ServicesBostonTel. 617 517.6249meardley@cannondesign.comJoe CassataDirector of ComprehensiveFacilities OptimizationBuffaloTel. 716 774.3258jcassata@cannondesign.comChris LambertSustainability ServicesBusiness LeaderChicagoTel. 312 960.8339clambert@cannondesign.com SECTION 25
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