Gulf Coast Green 2012 Jody Henry & Jeff Windsor

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Gulf Coast Green 2012 Jody Henry & Jeff Windsor

  1. 1. Your Child Deserves a Learning Environment Like This One: Let’s Make it Happen
  2. 2. Gloria Marshall Elementary School Spring Independent School District Spring, TEXAS
  3. 3. Carl Wunsche Senior High School Spring Independent School District Spring, TEXAS
  4. 4. Andy Dekaney High School Spring Independent School District Spring, TEXAS
  5. 5. Carolee Booker Elementary School Spring Independent School District Spring, TEXAS
  6. 6. Define the NEED Before designing the solution
  7. 7. Thoughtful Building Design Enhanced Engaging Learning ExperiencesThoughtfulCurriculum Design
  8. 8. REDUCE ENERGY& BULDING COSTS
  9. 9. REDUCE ENERGY& BULDING COSTS STUDENT PERFORMANCE & TEST SCORES
  10. 10. What is BEST for the KIDS?
  11. 11.  Learning  Teachers retention  Higher test scores  Less absenteeism  Fun Sustainability  Healthier building environment  Most energy efficient building in Houston  LEED Silver  Economical to operate Craft  Economical building  On budget  On schedule  Efficient Revit job for Houston office Recognition  2015 Spring vision statement  TASA/TASB award  AIA/CAE  Last project of the bond, but the first of things to come objectives
  12. 12. 75 KBTU US Average school73 KBTU ASHRAE72 KBTU Houston Average school66 KBTU Spring49 KBTU GM Promised39 KBTU GM Predicted Burchett, Clark, Cooper, Lewis, McNabb, Salyers benchmarking
  13. 13. Architectural More compact design Better orientation Day lighting Engineering Geothermal CO2 monitoring Energy recovery Advanced Kitchen Design Reduced Connected Lighting Loadsenergy goals
  14. 14. geothermal
  15. 15. geothermal
  16. 16. site plan
  17. 17. site plan
  18. 18. first floor
  19. 19. second floor
  20. 20. low maintenance materials
  21. 21. rainwater collection
  22. 22. eco pond
  23. 23. garden like entry
  24. 24. proportionately designed for students
  25. 25. ample communal spaces
  26. 26. earth tone materials
  27. 27. abundant daylight
  28. 28. tree house
  29. 29. daylight harvesting
  30. 30. Discovery Approach Learning
  31. 31. LEED Gold recognition
  32. 32. 2011 AIA Houston Design Award2011 TASA TASB Caudill Award2011 American School and University William W.Caudill CitationUGSBC Balcones Chapter Green School AwardSchool Planning and Management’s Judge’s ChoiceAwardLearning by Design Grand Prize
  33. 33. Incentive check to Spring ISD
  34. 34. daily consumption - Sep12 / Sep16 energy consumption
  35. 35. daily consumption - Sep12 / Sep16 energy consumption
  36. 36. energy consumption
  37. 37. 75 KBTU US Average school73 KBTU ASHRAE72 KBTU Houston Average school55 KBTU Spring Average School25 KBTU Gloria Marshall ES success

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