Phase 1: Students measure on sight and draw a         model of existing conditions.     Pre – Design Drawings         •   ...
The following Architectural drawings are cut from the3D model and put into layout where the title block isinserted and the...
FLOORPLAN
ELEVATIONWALLA
ELEVATIONWALLB
ELEVATIONWALLC
ELEVATIONWALLD
The kitchen area in the Nursing ClassroomII                         I                         I                         TT...
The Examination roomII                       I                       IT                       TS                       S  ...
The Dental ClassroomII                       I                       IT                       TS                       S  ...
E                    X                    I                    S                    T                    I                ...
Phase 2: Students consider which LEED Rating System                best fits their project.                               ...
Phase 2, part b: Once the Rating System has been selected,students first meet ‘Pre-requisites,’ and then consider how toma...
1. Project Category: Sustainable Sites q Project meets standards for all Pre-requisites Credits:                          ...
3. Project Category: Energy and Atmosphere  q Project meets standards for all Pre-requisites Credits:                     ...
4. Project Category: Materials and Resources q Project meets standards for all Pre-requisites Credits:                    ...
5. Project Category: Indoor Environmental Qualityq Project meets standards for all Pre-requisitesCredits:                 ...
. . Continued (Indoor Environmental Quality)Credit 5     Indoor Chemical and Pollutant Source Control       1Credit 6.1   ...
6. Project Category: Innovation in Design q Project meets standards for all Pre-requisites Credits:                       ...
Indoor Environmental Quality                               Credit 4.2 Low emitting material:                              ...
ENERGY AND ATMOSPHERE                        Optimize Energy                        Performance:                        Eq...
ENERGY AND ATMOSPHERE                        Credit 1.1 Optimize                        Energy performance:               ...
MATERIALS AND RESOURCES                          Credit 3.1 -materials reuse
Credit 1 Water use                   Reduction:    (automatic                   faucets)WATER EFFICIENCY
INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY                               Credit 8.2 Daylight                               and Views– Vi...
Energy and Atmosphere                                            Credit 1.3                        Credit 1.2          Opt...
Teacher’s office space
Birds Eye View
Phase 3: After the presentation drawings are viewed,    discussions are initiated with the client to consider all ideas   ...
• The Use & re-use of existing materials.• The LEED benefits are then discussed to fully  understand the enhanced value of...
After the detailed discussions . . .• These ideas are drawn into the existing model and   presented again to assure clear ...
In thanks to the collaborative efforts of:               Marcos Arce               Michael Hagee               Daniel Perr...
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  1. 1. Phase 1: Students measure on sight and draw a model of existing conditions. Pre – Design Drawings • Floor Plan • Wall Elevations • 3D Model screen shots & walk through • LEED Strategies for Green Building Renovation
  2. 2. The following Architectural drawings are cut from the3D model and put into layout where the title block isinserted and the scale is applied. At this point, important detail dimensions areadded.
  3. 3. FLOORPLAN
  4. 4. ELEVATIONWALLA
  5. 5. ELEVATIONWALLB
  6. 6. ELEVATIONWALLC
  7. 7. ELEVATIONWALLD
  8. 8. The kitchen area in the Nursing ClassroomII I I TT ES S XC GOONN ND
  9. 9. The Examination roomII I IT TS S X ENDNC NOO G
  10. 10. The Dental ClassroomII I IT TS S X ENDNC N GOO
  11. 11. E X I S T I N G C O NThe X-Ray Station D I T I O N S
  12. 12. Phase 2: Students consider which LEED Rating System best fits their project. Rating Systems: 1. LEED for New Construction 2. LEED for Existing Buildings 3. LEED for Commercial Interiors 4. LEED for Core and Shell 5. LEED for Homes 6. LEED for Schools 7. LEED for Retail 8. LEED for Healthcare 9. LEED for Neighborhood DevelopmentThe Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) standard, developed by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)
  13. 13. Phase 2, part b: Once the Rating System has been selected,students first meet ‘Pre-requisites,’ and then consider how tomaximize their potential achievable credits from each ‘Category’in order to earn highest level of certification for their project. LEED for Commercial Interiors Certified 40-49 points Silver 50-59 points Gold 60-79 points Project Categories: Platinum 80 pts and above 1. Sustainable Sites (21 pts) 2. Water Efficiency (11 pts) 3. Energy and Atmosphere (37 pts) 4. Materials and Resource (14 pts) 5. Indoor Environmental Quality (17 pts)
  14. 14. 1. Project Category: Sustainable Sites q Project meets standards for all Pre-requisites Credits: possible points: 21 Credit 1 Site selection 1-5 Credit 2 Development Density and Community Connectivity 6 Credit 3.1 Alternative Transportation--Public Transportation Access 6 Credit 3.2 Alternative Transport.—Bicycle Storage & Changing Rooms 2 Credit 3.3 Alternative Transportation--Parking Availability 22. Project Category: Water Efficiency q Project meets standards for all Pre-requisites Credits: possible points: 11 Credit 1 Water use reduction 6 - 11
  15. 15. 3. Project Category: Energy and Atmosphere q Project meets standards for all Pre-requisites Credits: possible points: 37 Credit 1.1 Optimize Energy Performance—Lighting Power 1-5 Credit 1.2 Optimize Energy Performance—Lighting Controls 1-3 Credit 1.3 Optimize Energy Performance—HVAC 5-10 Credit 1.4 Optimize Energy Performance—Equipment & Appliances 1-4 Credit 2 Enhanced Commissioning (digital measurement devices) 5 Credit 3 Measurement and Verification 2-5 Credit 4 Green Power 5
  16. 16. 4. Project Category: Materials and Resources q Project meets standards for all Pre-requisites Credits: possible points: 14 Credit 1.1 Tenant Space—Long-Term Commitment – (10 year minimum) 1 Credit 1.2 Building Reuse—Maintain Interior Nonstructural Components 1-2 Credit 2 Construction Waste Management 1-2 Credit 3.1 Materials Reuse 1-2 Credit 3.2 Materials Reuse--Furniture and Furnishings 1 Credit 4 Recycled Content 1-2 Credit 5 Regional Materials 1-2 Credit 6 Rapidly Renewable Materials 1 Credit 7 Certified Wood 1
  17. 17. 5. Project Category: Indoor Environmental Qualityq Project meets standards for all Pre-requisitesCredits: possible points:17Credit 1 Outdoor Air Delivery Monitoring 1Credit 2 Increased Ventilation 1Credit 3.1 Reduce Indoor Air Quality Problems– During Construction 1Credit 3.2 Reduce Indoor Air Quality Problems– Before Occupancy 1Credit 4.1 Low-Emitting Materials– Adhesives & Sealants 1Credit 4.2 Low-Emitting Materials– Paints & Coatings 1Credit 4.3 Low-Emitting Materials– Flooring Systems 1Credit 4.4 Low-Emitting Materials– Composite Wood & Agrifiber Products 1Credit 4.5 Low-Emitting Materials– Systems Furniture and Seating 1
  18. 18. . . Continued (Indoor Environmental Quality)Credit 5 Indoor Chemical and Pollutant Source Control 1Credit 6.1 Controllability of Systems—Lighting 1Credit 6.2 Controllability of Systems—Thermal Comfort 1Credit 7.1 Thermal Comfort– Design 1Credit 7.2 Thermal Comfort– Verification 1Credit 8.1 Daylight and Views– Daylight 1-2Credit 8.2 Daylight and Views– Views for Seated Spaces 1
  19. 19. 6. Project Category: Innovation in Design q Project meets standards for all Pre-requisites Credits: possible points: 6 Credit 1 New Design Techniques 1- 5 Credit 2 LEED Accredited Professional 17. Project Category: Regional Priority q Project meets standards for all Pre-requisites Credits: possible points: 4 Credit 1 New Design Techniques 1- 4
  20. 20. Indoor Environmental Quality Credit 4.2 Low emitting material: paints and coatings
  21. 21. ENERGY AND ATMOSPHERE Optimize Energy Performance: Equipment and Appliances
  22. 22. ENERGY AND ATMOSPHERE Credit 1.1 Optimize Energy performance: Lighting
  23. 23. MATERIALS AND RESOURCES Credit 3.1 -materials reuse
  24. 24. Credit 1 Water use Reduction: (automatic faucets)WATER EFFICIENCY
  25. 25. INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY Credit 8.2 Daylight and Views– Views for Seated Spaces
  26. 26. Energy and Atmosphere Credit 1.3 Credit 1.2 Optimize Optimize Energy Energy Performance— Performance Lighting Controls —HVAC
  27. 27. Teacher’s office space
  28. 28. Birds Eye View
  29. 29. Phase 3: After the presentation drawings are viewed, discussions are initiated with the client to consider all ideas and possibilities for the renovation. • The Conversion of existing use to desired new use of space. • The additions and subtraction of walls, electrical, plumbing, windows or doors, floors and ceilings.
  30. 30. • The Use & re-use of existing materials.• The LEED benefits are then discussed to fully understand the enhanced value of the project through sustainable design solutions.
  31. 31. After the detailed discussions . . .• These ideas are drawn into the existing model and presented again to assure clear communication between client and designer/builder.• Once agreed upon, cost estimates are made and submitted with revised drawings and specifications.• Contracts are drawn and signed and project work is then scheduled.
  32. 32. In thanks to the collaborative efforts of: Marcos Arce Michael Hagee Daniel Perry Dylan Wood2011-2012 Green Technology Class at CATEC, Charlottesville, Virginia 22901

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