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Conor Merrigan Handout

  1. 1. LEED ND Application of Sustainable Guidelines Green Communities and LEED ND Gulf Coast Green April 16, 2009 Terry Miller Conor Merrigan Green Building Services YRG sustainability YRG sustainability
  2. 2. Joint effort of the US Green Building Council, the Congress for New Urbanism, and the Natural Resources Defense Council LEED for Neighborhood Development (LEED-ND) YRG sustainability
  3. 3. Why do we need LEED-ND? YRG sustainability
  4. 4. Average American Office Building Total Building Energy Assumes ASHRAE 90.1-2004 Code Compliance Building v. Transportation Energy Source: BuildingGreen,com http://www.buildinggreen.com/auth/article.cfm?fileName=160901a.xml
  5. 5. Urban v Suburban Energy Use Source: Jonathan Rose Companies, LLC
  6. 6. Report: 98 Percent Of U.S. Commuters Favor Public Transportation For Others November 29, 2000 | Issue 36•43 quot;With traffic congestion, pollution, and oil shortages all getting worse, now is the time to shift to affordable, efficient public transportation,quot; APTA director Howard Collier said. quot;Fortunately, as this report shows, Americans have finally recognized the need for everyone else to do exactly that.quot;
  7. 7. More Good Less Bad Health and Wellness Energy Fostering community Water Economic growth Resources Social Justice Health Connection with sources and Land Use disposal Natural Systems Connection with natural landscape and agriculture Beauty, civic pride, etc. What do we care about? YRG sustainability
  8. 8. New Construction and Major Renovations (NC) Existing Buildings Operations and Maintenance (EBOM) Commercial Interiors (CI) Core and Shell (CS) Homes (H) Neighborhood Development (ND) Retail Schools Health Care Volume / Portfolio Program LEED Rating Systems
  9. 9. LEED-NCv2.2 Prerequisites and Credits 7 Prereqs, 69 Points Total Sustainable Sites (1 prerequisite / 14 points) Water Efficiency (0 prerequisite / 5 points) Energy and Atmosphere (3 prerequisites / 17 points) Materials and Resources (1 prerequisite / 13 points) Indoor Environmental Quality (2 prerequisites / 15 points) Innovation in Design (0 prerequisite / 5 points)
  10. 10. LEED-ND Prerequisites and Credits (current pilot) 13 Prereqs 110 Points Total Smart Location and Linkage (6 prerequisite / 27 points) Neighborhood Pattern and Design (3 prerequisite / 44 points) Green Infrastructure and Buildings (4 prerequisites / 29 points) Innovation in Design (0 prerequisite / 6 points) Regional Priority Credit (0 prerequisites / 4 points)
  11. 11. LEED-ND Levels of Certification Certified (40-49 points) Silver (50-59 points) Gold (60-79 points) Platinum (80 + points) Total Points = 110
  12. 12. Pre-Review (optional): Intended to assist with entitlement approvals Certification of Approved Plan: Certification of what has been approved to build Certification of a Completed Project: As construction is complete or near complete Three Stages of Certification YRG sustainability
  13. 13. 27 Points Possible 6 Prerequisites Location Water Imperiled Species Wetlands Ag. Land Floodplains Major Credit Bundles Infill Redevelopment (10 pts) Credit: DenverInfill.com Transit (7 pts) Smart Locations and Linkages (SLL) YRG sustainability
  14. 14. 44 Points Possible 3 Prerequisites Urban Design Density Connectivity Major Point Bundles Urban Design (12 pts) Density (6 pts) Mixed-Income AND/OR Diverse Housing Types (7 pts) Neighborhood Pattern and Design (NPD) YRG sustainability
  15. 15. 29 Points Possible 4 Prerequisites Certified Green Building Energy Efficiency Water Efficiency Construction Pollution Plan Major Bundles Green Buildings (5 pts) Stormwater Management (4pts) Green Infrastructure and Building (GIB) YRG sustainability
  16. 16. 10 Points Possible Innovation Exemplary Performance Regional Priorities Innovation in Design (ID) / Regional Priorities YRG sustainability
  17. 17. July 2007 - July 2009 Early Adoption Program Development ND Pilot Process YRG sustainability
  18. 18. Alliance Town Center, Fort Worth Montgomery Farm, Allen Mueller Airport Redevelopment, Austin Cypress Village Station, Cypress YRG sustainability
  19. 19. “LEED-ND was designed to encourage project A and discourage project B, while most of the actual projects fall in the C-Z range” -Liza Trafton, YRG LEED-ND: Application YRG sustainability
  20. 20. Challenges - Large Projects YRG sustainability
  21. 21. Infill? Challenges- Definitions & Methods YRG sustainability
  22. 22. Challenges- Market Transformation vs. Market Leadership YRG sustainability
  23. 23. Comprehensive Plans Area Plans Land Use Regulations How to Apply ND- Public Sector YRG sustainability
  24. 24. Analysis Implementation Design Guidelines How to Apply ND – Private Sector YRG sustainability
  25. 25. 2.41 Acres 51 DUs/ Acre 7,301 SF of Non-residential MU-30 Zoning Developer: Denver Housing Authority Architect: Studio Completiva LA: Studio Insite Park Avenue Redevelopment Block 3, Denver (Five Points) YRG sustainability
  26. 26. Block 3 Site Plan YRG sustainability
  27. 27. Block 3 Walk-Through YRG sustainability
  28. 28. YRG sustainability
  29. 29. Documentation YRG sustainability
  30. 30. Overall Score: Gold? (60 pts) Highlights Transit Infill Urban Design Affordability Project Scorecard YRG sustainability
  31. 31. 25 Acres 46 DUs/ Acre 1.05 FAR New Transit Center Developer: Related WestPac Architect: Oz Architecture Snowmass Base Village, Snowmass Village, CO YRG sustainability
  32. 32. YRG sustainability
  33. 33. YRG sustainability
  34. 34. Documentation YRG sustainability
  35. 35. Wetlands Sidewalks Surrounding Connectivity Design Challenges YRG sustainability
  36. 36. Overall Score: Certified (44 points) Highlights Transit Diverse Uses LEED Buildings Project Scorecard YRG sustainability
  37. 37. 1,415 Acres 2.5 Residential FAR 6.3 Commercial FAR 350 Buildings 15.35 miles of Bike Paths <25 miles of roads 65,000 residents; 300,000 jobs Developer: Gale International New Songdo City, Korea Architect: KPF
  38. 38. International Differences Intersecting Highways Walk Distances Project Scale Design Challenges
  39. 39. Overall Score: Certified (40 pts) Highlights Density Diverse Uses LEED Buildings Diverse Housing Types Project Scorecard YRG sustainability

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