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  1. 1. David J Carpenter PMP LEED AP Windwood Designs Santa Rosa, CA Ford Elementary SchoolSenior Project Manager SALLY SWANSON ARCHITECTS, INC., San Francisco, CA 03/07-09/09 •Recruited to transition the firm from minor modernizations to major “green” projects. •Contract preparation for Ford E.S., Richmond, CA, $24M construction budget, 3 acres, 62,500 sq. ft. •Received 48 DSA HPI pts (best to date), construction bid Inc. 1 - $1.3M & Inc. 2 - $16.7M. DSA 01-109512 Inc. 2 Description and Location: Ford Elementary School Inc. 2 Dates Constructed: Summer 2009-11 Construction Costs: $16.7M, Change Orders NA Description of Services Provided: Senior Project Manager, Green design, simulation and documentation Owner Reference: Bill Savidge, WCCUSD (510) 812-0604 Contractor Reference: Chris Chierici (415) 559-4671 Daylight studies were accomplished by first computer simulation and then physical modeling at the Pacific En-ergy Center. The design was an integration of sizing and type of glazing, position of sun shading devices and reflectivity ofinterior surfaces. Coupled with the available daylight are the Finelight T8 pendant lighting system utilizing direct / indirect,dimmable electronic ballasts and photocell sensors for daylight harvesting. 100% of the classrooms were designed fordaytime use without the need for interior lighting. This also reduced the heat and noise generated within the classrooms. Fresh air required a careful selection of interior finishes and casework. We chose exterior walk off mats to reduceindoor pollution entering from the outside and developed a displacement ventilation system delivered at the floor levelbelow casework that provides a once through ventilation system at a high volume and low speed. We also incorporatedducted returns and MERV 11 filtration. Quiet was designed for by carefully studying the wall, floor and roof assemblies to reduce the transfer of out-side decibels and studying the reverb time of the interior finishes. Because linoleum was chosen for the floor finish weincreased the performance of the acoustic ceiling tile and tack walls in order to maintain reverb times of less than .6. Byreducing the interior mechanical noises and acoustically isolating the classrooms we were able to model enhanced acous-tics for those spaces.
  2. 2. David J Carpenter PMP LEED AP Windwood Designs Santa Rosa, CA Ford Transition CampusDSA 01-109936Description and Location: Ford Transition Campus, Richmond, CA 500 student modular campus Dates Constructed: Fall 2008Construction Costs: $870K (est.), Change Orders NADescription of Services Provided: Senior Project Manager, Design and ConstructionOwner Reference: Jose Chapa (510) 812-0130Contractor Reference: Dave Pezel, Bay Cities Paving & Grading Inc. (925) 687-6666 This project required two months to coordinate the construction documents, 1 day to permit and three months to build. AOR: Sally Swanson Senior Project Manager: David Carpenter Designer: Carlos Velilla Civil Engineer: BKF Electrical Engineer: O’Mahony & Meyer Mechanical Engineer: Turley & Associates
  3. 3. David J Carpenter PMP LEED AP Windwood Designs Santa Rosa, CA Ford Elementary School We enabled the energy management system to run the lighting aswell as the HVAC systems. We also provided VAV economizers. Thecombinations of these measures provided 27.01% above title 24 energyrequirements. We provided recycling and trash areas within each classroom and col-lection areas on each floor. On the exterior we provided a gated recyclingarea and trash enclosure with hot and cold water, roof and sanitary sewerdrain with a 12” thick concrete approach. Water usage was reduced 40% by using 1.2 gallon flush toilets and1 pint urinals combined with a low water use landscape design. We werealso able to reduce sewage production by 49%. Storm water was reduced 38% from the existing conditions and 98%was treated onsite. Being a small urban setting, this was one of the moredifficult design and construction tasks, requiring a dual storm drain systemfor treated and untreated water connecting a combination of in groundplanters, flow through planters, bioswales and detention basin. Exterior light pollution was verified by photometric study and wespecified an enhanced commissioning process to assure the systems workas designed. Under the Division of State Architect’s High Performance Initiativewe were able to obtain 48 points, making Ford the highest green schooldesign in California to that date, without the use of photovoltaic. As seniorproject manager, I initiated the choices, assured the coordination acrossdisciplines and provided documentation to DSA.
  4. 4. David J Carpenter PMP LEED AP Windwood Designs Santa Rosa, CA Heritage High SchoolProject Manager QUATTROCCHI KWOK ARCHITECTS, Santa Rosa, CA 03/04-02/07 •Recruited to assure the success of the firm’s largest project to date. •Construction Administration of Heritage H.S., Brentwood, CA, $74M, 60 acres, 245k sq. ft. •Winner North Bay Best Construction of 2006, $6.4M in change orders. DSA 01-105009 Inc. 1 & 2 Description and Location: Heritage High School, Brentwood, CA Dates Constructed: 2004-2006 Construction Costs: $74M – Change Orders $4.5M, 6% (Owner 70%, Contractor 15%, Architect 15%) Description of Services Provided: Project Architect, Construction Administration Owner Reference: Wayne Reeves & Rick Kendrick, LUHSD, (925) 634-2166 (DJ) Contractor Reference: Anthony D’Amante, Lathrop Construction (707) 746-8000 The 60 acre campus, with a significant change in eleva-tion (165’) required extensive accessible path of travel features.The contract had 2 increments. Increment one, performed byLathrop included wood frame and steel buildings. Incrementtwo, performed by Mobile Modular included two story modularbuildings. There were upwards of 160 workers onsite at onetime. The campus was designed for two thousand students laidout in an academy setting. The high school included all of thebest features available in 2006, performance hall, TV / soundstudio, library, stadium, gymnasium, swimming pool, solar array,laboratories, dining halls, concession stands and art and tech-nology studios. The project included interactive marker boards,Ceiling mounted projectors, CCTV, Wi-Fi, Energy ManagementSystem, synchronized Clock / alarm system, Occupancy Sen-sors, Cat5, Optical feed, Exterior shading devices, Acoustictreatments, Linoleum, cool roof and fume hoods. This was agreat project to be a part of because of the diversity of buildingtypes, diversity of materials and quality of consultants that cametogether to design and build it.
  5. 5. David J Carpenter PMP LEED APWindwood DesignsSanta Rosa, CA Hercules High School DSA 01-108174 Description and Location: Hercules M.S. Press Box, Hercules, CA Stadium Press Box Dates Constructed: Spring 2006 Construction Costs:$283K – Change Orders (-9K), -3% (breakdown NA) Description of Services Provided: Project Architect, Design & Construction Owner Reference: Bill Savidge, WCCUSD (510) 812-0604 DSA 01-108490 Description and Location: Hercules M.S. Ball fields, Hercules, CA Artificial turf, grading & site work Dates Constructed: Summer 2006 Construction Costs: $4.3M - Change Orders $4.2K, <1% (breakdown NA) Description of Services Provided: Project Manager, Design Owner Reference: Bill Savidge, WCCUSD (510) 812-0604 Contractor Reference: NA
  6. 6. David J Carpenter PMP LEED AP Windwood Designs Santa Rosa, CA City of Ten Thousand BuddhasProject Architect THOMAS HISE ARCHITECTS, Hopland, CA 02/00-02/01 •Change of Occupancy for City of Ten Thousand Buddha’s, $300M, 322,711 sq. ft., 42 buildings, and 42 acres. •It took ten years and three false starts for the client to find someone who could do this project. Combining univer- sal design, Feng Shui, construction typing buildings and expert code analysis satisfied their needs.C.T.T.B. Boys Dormitory Talmadge, CA March 2001 Project ArchitectC.T.T.B. Dining Hall Talmadge, CA February 2001 Project ArchitectC.T.T.B. Library Talmadge, CA January 2001 Project ArchitectC.T.T.B. Girls H.S. Talmadge, CA December 2000 Project ArchitectC.T.T.B. Lower School Talmadge, CA November 2000 Project ArchitectC.T.T.B. Boys H.S. Talmadge, CA October 2000 Project ArchitectC.T.T.B. Fire Flow study Talmadge, CA September 2000 Project Architect
  7. 7. David J Carpenter PMP LEED APWindwood DesignsSanta Rosa, CA Gallery Sketch Up
  8. 8. David J Carpenter PMP LEED APWindwood DesignsSanta Rosa, CA Grace Hudson MuseumRenovation and addition to the Grace Hudson Museum in Ukiah, CA. Incorporatingmuseum quality lighting, security systems and argon fire suppression system in thestorage area.
  9. 9. David J Carpenter PMP LEED APWindwood DesignsSanta Rosa, CA Blackwelder Residence
  10. 10. David J Carpenter PMP LEED AP Windwood Designs Santa Rosa, CA City of Ten Thousand Buddhas TempleMaster planning for the temple included a 100’ free span glulam design pre-engineered byStandard Structures for covering a 40,000 sq. ft. gathering area behind the existing temple.
  11. 11. David J Carpenter PMP LEED APWindwood DesignsSanta Rosa, CA Gallery Autocad
  12. 12. David J Carpenter PMP LEED APWindwood DesignsSanta Rosa, CA Urban Cottage Revit
  13. 13. David J Carpenter PMP LEED AP Windwood Designs Santa Rosa, CA Summerfield Waldorf School, Santa Rosa, CAWest of Santa Rosa is this k-12 private school and organic farm. As facilitiesmanager from 09/92 - 06/99 I oversaw the development of the irrigation and nat-ural gas lines, sport fields, playgrounds, high school building, performance halland parking lots. I also directed the maintenance schedule and budget providingmonthly reports to the board. I also oversaw the master planning for a gymna-sium, technology center and library. Performance Hall Gymnasium
  14. 14. David J Carpenter PMP LEED APWindwood DesignsSanta Rosa, CA Shining Mountain Waldorf School, Boulder, COA k-12 private school in the northwest of Boulder, CO. As facilities managerfrom 09/84 - 06/91, I oversaw the site selection, planning, special use permit,development and move in of a modular lower school campus and later therenovation for the high school to the southeast. I was also involved in themaster planning for the performance hall.
  15. 15. David J Carpenter PMP LEED APWindwood DesignsSanta Rosa, CA Boulder, CO
  16. 16. David J Carpenter PMP LEED APWindwood DesignsSanta Rosa, CA Universal Temple International Design Competition
  17. 17. David J Carpenter PMP LEED APWindwood DesignsSanta Rosa, CA Precast Concrete Design Competition
  18. 18. David J Carpenter PMP LEED APWindwood DesignsSanta Rosa, CA Arborles, CO
  19. 19. David J Carpenter PMP LEED APWindwood DesignsSanta Rosa, CA Hotchkiss, CO
  20. 20. David J Carpenter PMP LEED APWindwood DesignsSanta Rosa, CA Displacement Ventilation with Energy Recovery

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