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Land: Correlating Transportation, Energy Efficiency, and Urban Heat Island Mitigation Land: Correlating Transportation, Energy Efficiency, and Urban Heat Island Mitigation Presentation Transcript

  • LAND Correlating Transportation, Energy Efficiency, and Urban Heat Island Mitigation Richard M. Daley, Mayor City of Chicago Janet L. Attarian, AIA LEED, Project Director Streetscape and Sustainable Design Program
  • Corresponding Project Goals
    • Material Recycling
      • Divert 90% of Construction Waste from Landfills
      • Install materials with a minimum 10% recycled content
      • Material Reuse
  • Construction Waste Recycling The Contractor is required to dispose of 90% of all non-hazardous construction and demolition debris at a recycling facility or transfer station. The contractor will choose to track the materials slated for disposal by weight or volume.
  • Construction Waste Recycling The following waste categories, at a minimum, shall be diverted from landfill. Land clearing debris and soil will not be included in the calculation of diverted materials. This includes organic material from landscape area and excavation materials. • Clean dimensioned wood, pallet wood • Plywood, OSB, and particleboard • Concrete • Bricks • Concrete Masonry Units (CMUs) • Asphaltic concrete • Cardboard, paper, packaging • Metals
  • Construction Waste Recycling
    • Documentation/Enforcement:
    • Construction Waste Management Plan
    • Monthly Progress Reports
    • Monetary deduction for percentage point deficiency
  • Recycled Content The Contractor shall install materials which in total contain a minimum of 10% recycled content for those items denoted in the summary of quantities as potential items for recycled content.
  • Recycled Content
  • Recycled Content Documentation
    • Documentation/Enforcement:
    • Recycled Content Utilization Plan
    • Monthly Progress Reports
    • Monetary deduction for percentage point deficiency
  • Innovation in Recycled Content
    • Asphalt: Warm Mix, GTR, 50% FRAP
    • Concrete: Sidewalk with 30%recycled aggregates and recycled water
  • Material Reuse Requirement The Contractor shall track and quantify all materials reused in the construction of this improvement and all materials returned to the City of Chicago for re-use by the City at other locations.
    • Undisturbed portions of the project site
    • Cut/fill performed onsite
    • Sign panels
    • Sign assemblies
    • Sign posts
    • Sewer structure frames and lids
    • Street lighting equipment
    • Traffic signal equipment