Formula for LEED GoldLab Remodels without Increased Project CostsProject OverviewLEED Submittal ComparisonConclusionsJ u n...
Patti MitchellAssociate Director,UCSF CapitalProgramsSustainabilityCoordinatorEric PeabodyProject ArchitectChristie Coffin...
THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIP
THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIP
LABORATORYLABORATORYMODULAR SUPPORTOFFICESCORETHE DESIGN PARTNERSHIP
THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIP
THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIP
THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIP
THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIP(21) Certified(27) Silver(32) Gold(42) Platinum
THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIPCA Statutory RequirementsEA1.2 Optimize Energy Performance, LightingEA1.3 Optimize Energy Performanc...
THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIPLaboratory RequirementsIEQ2 Increased VentilationID1.1 Labs21 Fumehood Commissioning*+2 = 9 Credits
THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIP+Campus SettingSS2 Development DensitySS3.1 Public Transportation AccessSS3.3 Parking AvailabilityMR...
THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIPCommon CA PracticeMR2.1 Divert 50% from LandfillMR2.2 Divert 75% from LandfillIEQ3.1 Construction IA...
THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIPEasily Achieved – AllMR4.1 Recycled Content, 10%IEQ3.2 Construction IAQ Before OccupancyIEQ6.1 Contr...
THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIPEasily Achieved – MostEA2 Enhanced CommissioningIEQ1 Outside Air Delivery MonitoringIEQ8.1 Daylight ...
THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIPAchieved by HalfEA1.1 Optimize Energy - Lighting PowerIEQ5 Indoor Chemical &Pollutant ControlIEQ6.2 ...
THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIP-Campus SettingSS 3.2 Bicycle Storage & Changing RoomsSS 1A Brownfield RedevelopmentSS 1B Stormwater...
THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIPDifficult/MiscellaneousMR1.2 Building Reuse, Maintain 40%MR1.3 Building Reuse, Maintain 60%MR3.3 Res...
THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIPUCSF CP Mandatory CreditsS S 2 D e v e l o p m e n t D e n s i t yS S 4 . 1 A l t e r n a t i v e T ...
Path to Gold1. Laboratory on CA Campus – Certified2. Plan for daylight & views3. Pick easy ID credits – Silver4. Max out I...
THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIPPath to PlatinumGet all credits achieved by other lab remodelsOptimize Energy PerformancePick a bett...
THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIP
A Formula for LEED Gold: Lab Remodels without Added Project Costs
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There have been four LEED Lab Remodels completed in the UC/CSU/CCC systems; three at UCSF and one at UC Davis. This presentation discusses the results of a comparative analysis of the LEED submittals of all four projects and proposes a formula for achieving LEED Gold on lab remodels with minimal additional project costs. The formula we will be presenting is only one credit away from achieving LEED Platinum without significant cost increases. This work validates that sustainability is more tactical than costly. We will also discuss sustainability issues for lab remodels that go beyond current LEED metrics including frugal planning, energy zoning, and building fewer square feet. Most of these issues will apply broadly to other types of interior remodels in existing buildings.

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A Formula for LEED Gold: Lab Remodels without Added Project Costs

  1. 1. Formula for LEED GoldLab Remodels without Increased Project CostsProject OverviewLEED Submittal ComparisonConclusionsJ u n e 2 4 , 2 0 1 3
  2. 2. Patti MitchellAssociate Director,UCSF CapitalProgramsSustainabilityCoordinatorEric PeabodyProject ArchitectChristie CoffinSeniorArchitect/Planner
  3. 3. THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIP
  4. 4. THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIP
  5. 5. LABORATORYLABORATORYMODULAR SUPPORTOFFICESCORETHE DESIGN PARTNERSHIP
  6. 6. THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIP
  7. 7. THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIP
  8. 8. THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIP
  9. 9. THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIP(21) Certified(27) Silver(32) Gold(42) Platinum
  10. 10. THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIPCA Statutory RequirementsEA1.2 Optimize Energy Performance, LightingEA1.3 Optimize Energy Performance, HVACIEQ4.1 Low-Emitting Materials, SealantsIEQ4.2 Low-Emitting Materials, PaintsIEQ4.3 Low-Emitting Materials, CarpetIEQ4.4 Low-Emitting Materials, Comp MaterialIEQ7.1 Thermal Comfort Compliance7 Credits
  11. 11. THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIPLaboratory RequirementsIEQ2 Increased VentilationID1.1 Labs21 Fumehood Commissioning*+2 = 9 Credits
  12. 12. THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIP+Campus SettingSS2 Development DensitySS3.1 Public Transportation AccessSS3.3 Parking AvailabilityMR1.1 Tenant Space Long Term Commitment+4 = 13 Credits
  13. 13. THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIPCommon CA PracticeMR2.1 Divert 50% from LandfillMR2.2 Divert 75% from LandfillIEQ3.1 Construction IAQ During Construction+3 = 16 Credits
  14. 14. THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIPEasily Achieved – AllMR4.1 Recycled Content, 10%IEQ3.2 Construction IAQ Before OccupancyIEQ6.1 Controllability of LightingID1.2 Innovation in DesignID2 LEED Accredited Professional+5 = 21 Credits (Certified)
  15. 15. THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIPEasily Achieved – MostEA2 Enhanced CommissioningIEQ1 Outside Air Delivery MonitoringIEQ8.1 Daylight 75% of SpacesIEQ8.2 Daylight 90% of SpacesIEQ8.3 Views for 90% Seated SpacesWE1.1 Water Use Reduction, 20%ID1.3 Innovation in DesignID1.4 Innovation in Design+8 = 27 Credits (Silver)
  16. 16. THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIPAchieved by HalfEA1.1 Optimize Energy - Lighting PowerIEQ5 Indoor Chemical &Pollutant ControlIEQ6.2 Controllability of Systems, TemperatureMR4.2 Recycled Content, 20%MR5.1 Regional Materials, 20%MR7 Certified WoodWE1.2 Water Use Reduction, 30%+7 = 34 Credits (Gold+)
  17. 17. THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIP-Campus SettingSS 3.2 Bicycle Storage & Changing RoomsSS 1A Brownfield RedevelopmentSS 1B Stormwater Management: QuantitySS 1C Stormwater Management: TreatmentSS 1E Heat-Island Reduction, RoofSS 1F Light Pollution ReductionSS 1G Irrigation: Reduce by 50%SS 1H Irrigation: No Potable UseSS 1I Innovative Wastewater Tec hnologiesSS 1J Water Use Reduction: 20% ReductionSS 1K Onsite Renewable Energy
  18. 18. THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIPDifficult/MiscellaneousMR1.2 Building Reuse, Maintain 40%MR1.3 Building Reuse, Maintain 60%MR3.3 Resource Reuse, 30%MR5.2 Regional Materials, 10% ExtractedMR6 Rapidly Renewable MaterialsEA1.4 Optimize Energy Equipment (No Scope)ID 1.3 Innovation in Design (Anomaly?)
  19. 19. THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIPUCSF CP Mandatory CreditsS S 2 D e v e l o p m e n t D e n s i t yS S 4 . 1 A l t e r n a t i v e T r a n s p o r t a t i o nS S 4 . 2 B i c y c l e S t o r a g e & C h a n g i n g R o o m sS S 4 . 4 P a r k i n g C a p a c i t yW E 3 . 1 W a t e r U s e R e d u c t i o n – 2 0 %W E 3 . 2 W a t e r U s e R e d u c t i o n - 3 0 %E A 6 G r e e n P o w e rM R 2 . 1 W a s t e M a n a g e m e n t - 5 0 % f r o m l a n d f i l lM R 2 . 2 W a s t e M a n a g e m e n t - 7 5 % f r o m l a n d f i l lM R 4 . 2 R e c y c l e d c o n t e n t - 1 0 %M R 6 R a p i d l y R e n e w a b l e M a t e r i a lM R 7 C e r t i f i e d W o o dI E Q 3 . 1 I A Q M a n a g e m e n t P l a n - D u r i n g C o n s t r u c t i o nI E Q 3 . 2 I A Q M a n a g e m e n t P l a n - B e f o r e O c c u p a n c yI E Q 4 . 1 L o w - e m i t t i n g m a t e r i a l s - A d h e s i v e & s e a l a n t sI E Q 4 . 2 L o w - e m i t t i n g m a t e r i a l s - P a i n t s & C o a t i n g sI E Q 4 . 3 L o w - e m i t t i n g m a t e r i a l s - C a r p e tI E Q 4 . 4 L o w - e m i t t i n g m a t e r i a l s - C o m p o s i t e W o o dI E Q 5 I n d o o r C h e m i c a l & P o l l u t a n t S o u r c e C o n t r o lI E Q 8 . 1 D a y l i g h t i n g a n d v i e w s ( 7 5 % )I E Q 8 . 2 D a y l i g h t i n g a n d v i e w s ( 9 0 % )I D 2 L E E D A c c r e d i t e d P r o f e s s i o n a l22 Credits (Certified+)
  20. 20. Path to Gold1. Laboratory on CA Campus – Certified2. Plan for daylight & views3. Pick easy ID credits – Silver4. Max out IEQ Credits5. Pick a few 50/50 credits – Gold0246810121416IEQ MR EA ID SS WE0%10%20%30%40%50%60%70%80%90%IEQ ID WE SS MR EATotal Credits Achieved Achieved % of Available
  21. 21. THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIPPath to PlatinumGet all credits achieved by other lab remodelsOptimize Energy PerformancePick a better building to Remodel
  22. 22. THE DESIGN PARTNERSHIP
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