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This is a presentation I gave for the AIA Redwood Empire Chapter in 2010.

This is a presentation I gave for the AIA Redwood Empire Chapter in 2010.

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  • Irrigation Other non potable uses, e.g. fountains, toilets Pros: Free water! Can significantly aid in runoff volume reduction Cons: Seasonality of rains require large storage volumes

Sustainable Site Design Sustainable Site Design Presentation Transcript

  • SUSTAINABLE SITE|DESIGN SS|D Image courtesy of David Baker + Partners Architects
  • Copyright MaterialsThis presentation is protected by US and Internationalcopyright laws. Reproduction, distribution, display and useof the presentation without written permission of thespeaker is prohibited.© CSW/Stuber-Stroeh Engineering Group, Inc. 2010 LEED and related logo is a trademark owned by the U.S. Green Building Council and is used by permission.
  • Learning Objectives1. Participants will be able to identify several Sustainable Site Strategies: Bioswales Subsurface Detention Hardscape “Diet” Bioretention Basins Geothermal Heating and Cooling System SS|D View slide
  • Learning Objectives2. Participants will learn which LEED credits can be achieved through Sustainable Site Strategies under the newly adopted 2009 LEED V3 in comparison to the former LEED V2.2. SS|D View slide
  • Sustainable Site StrategiesA. Minimize impact on watershed 1) Preserve natural drainage features, minimize roofs and paving 2) Use pervious surfaces and “green roofs” 3) Disperse runoff from impervious surfaces on to adjacent pervious surfaces 4) Drain impervious surfaces to engineered Best Management Practices (BMPs)B. Conserve or reuse water SS|DC. Conserve energy
  • Stormwater QuantityWhat’s the problem?
  • LEED Sustainable Site Credits V2.2 V3 (2009) 1 Site Selection 1 1 2 Dev. Density & Comm. Connectivity 1 5 3 Brownfield Redevelopment 1 1 4.1 Public Transportation Access* 1 6 4.2 Bike Storage and Changing Rooms 1 1 4.3 Low-Emitting Vehicles 1 3 4.4 Parking Capacity 1 2 5.1 Protect or Restore Habitat 1 1 5.2 Maximize Open Space* 1 1 6.1 Stormwater Quantity Control* 1 1 6.2 Stormwater Quality Control 1 1 7.1 Heat Island: Non-Roof 1 1 7.2 Heat Island: Roof 1 1 8 Light Pollution Reduction 1 1   Total 14 26 * Exemplary Credit AvailableThe LEED® (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Rating System is the nationally acceptedbenchmark for the design, construction, and operation of high performance green buildings.
  • Case Study #1:Hamilton Marketplace  Size: 8 Acres  Location: City of Novato  Commercial/retail on abandoned lot  LEED: n/a SS|D
  • Bioswale SS|D
  • Subsurface Detention SS|D
  • Subsurface Detention SS|D
  • Case Study #2:Marin County Health and Wellness Campus  Size: 5.7 Acres  Location: San Rafael  Conversion of five office buildings to public health clinic and county health services  LEED Gold Certified SS|D
  • Reduced Hardscape SS|D
  • LEED Gold Achieved, 45 Points LEED Sustainable Site Credits 4.2 Bike Storage and Changing Rooms 1 4.3 Low-Emitting Vehicles 1 4.4 Parking Capacity 1 5.1 Protect or Restore Habitat 0 5.2 Maximize Open Space 2 6.1 Stormwater Quantity Control 0 6.2 Stormwater Quality Control 0 7.1 Heat Island: Non-Roof 1 7.2 Heat Island: Roof 0   Total 6
  • Case Study #3: College of MarinIndian Valley College Campus
  • SS|D
  • Geothermal Heating andCooling System SS|D
  • Attempting LEED Gold LEED Sustainable Site Credits 4.2 Bike Storage and Changing Rooms 1 4.3 Low-Emitting Vehicles 1 4.4 Parking Capacity 1 5.1 Protect or Restore Habitat 1 5.2 Maximize Open Space 1 6.1 Stormwater Quantity Control 0 6.2 Stormwater Quality Control 1 7.1 Heat Island: Non-Roof 1 7.2 Heat Island: Roof 1 Total 8
  • Case Study #4: H2Hotel Size: 0.55 Acres Location: Healdsburg Redevelopment of a former gas station site to a 36-room high-end hotel over 400 SF of retail LEED Goal: Gold SS|D Image courtesy of David Baker + Partners Architects
  • SS|D
  • Attempting LEED Gold LEED Sustainable Site Credits 4.2 Bike Storage and Changing Rooms 1 4.3 Low-Emitting Vehicles 0 4.4 Parking Capacity 1 5.1 Protect or Restore Habitat 1 5.2 Maximize Open Space 2 6.1 Stormwater Quantity Control 1 6.2 Stormwater Quality Control 1 7.1 Heat Island: Non-Roof 1 7.2 Heat Island: Roof 1  Total 9
  • Open Grid Pavers andPervious Concrete  For vehicular and pedestrian areas  ADA compliant  LEED Credits:  Stormwater Quantity - 1  Stormwater Quality - 1  Non-roof Heat Island Effect -1  Maximize Open Space - 1 SS|D
  • Water Reuse SS|D10 LEED Points Possible
  • In Summary Call your Civil Engineer! Sustainable measures can be incorporated more easily if done so early in the project SS|D
  • QUESTIONS?Gina Benedetti-Petnic, C.E. Emily Dean, C.E., LEED AP (415) 883-9850 www.cswst2.com SS|D