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Gulf Coast Green speaker, Kathleen English, presented "Petrobras Americas: An ROI Case Study" on 4/16/2010 in Houston, Texas

Gulf Coast Green speaker, Kathleen English, presented "Petrobras Americas: An ROI Case Study" on 4/16/2010 in Houston, Texas

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  • Return on Investment for a LEED Commercial ÇàxÜ|ÉÜá Project j english + associates architects, inc. yÉÜ petrobras americas headquarters
  • English + Associates Architects, Inc. g , Principal Architect Kathleen English Interior Designer Rose Lopez Project Designer Maritza Vega Project Designer P j tD i Chris H l Ch i Hale Dominion Interests, Inc. MEP Engineer Michael Green Redding Lidden Burr Commissioning Agent g g Roscoe Rogers g HOAR Construction Project Manager David Stallman DIRTT Modular Walls DIRTT Champion Benjamin Urban team players +
  • This program is registered with the AIA/CES for continuing professional education. As such, it does not include content that may be deemed or construed to be an approval or endorsement by y pp y the AIA of any material of construction or any method or manner of handling, using, distributing, or dealing in any material or product. Questions related to specific materials, methods, and services will be addressed at the conclusion of this , presentation. L E A R N I N G O B J E C T I V E S: 1. Understand a Return On Investment evaluation process as applied to various construction methods and design solutions solutions. 2. Comprehend the sustainable advantages to designing with reconfigurable and flexible construction materials in commercial interior spaces. View slide
  • modular walls access floors lighting components of the project + View slide
  • The churn rate within the office is relatively high high. Petrobras is a rapidly evolving company. p y g p y HSE policies are a core part of the company’s values. programming considerations +
  • need for flexibility no need to be punished with costs for the way they practice business already green based on company philosophy designing portable elements into the spaces critical issues +
  • modular walls highly efficient lighting modular furniture access flooring early design solutions +
  • Can we afford it?
  • e+a f framework k vendors and contractors d d t t were involved in providing preliminary cost estimates estimates. decision process +
  • ( (modular walls) ) cost analysis +
  • _Compare the total cost of "real estate" for a specified number of people (625) over a designated timeframe (11 years). _80% of the program space is typical office. We created 1 full floor of typical office for comparison. i l ffi f i one full floor typical as modular (148 people) 4.25 floors one full floor typical as conventional (125 people) 5 full floors If modular construction is utilized for the full 5 floors, it will house 748 people, an additional 123 p pl without an i dditi l people ith t increase i lease cost. in l t premise +
  • 1 Identified additional construction cost for modular furniture in the initial build-out: $11.33/S.F. 2 Assume 15% of space is reconfigured annually @ $30/NRSF $30/NRSF. Assume $30/NRSF for reconfigured area for conventional construction Assume $15/NRSF for reconfigured area for modular construction 3 A cost escalation of 2% annually was added to future construction cost per square foot. 4 A depreciation savings was calculated for use of furniture vs. hard walls 7 years versus 31.5 years 5 Cost comparison assumes all new furniture for both scenarios. cost criteria +
  • 31 private offices 15 shared offices 64 cubicles 125 spaces conventional scheme +
  • 31 private offices 15 shared offices 87 cubicles 148 spaces modular scheme +
  • SI# Description Qty. Unit Unit Cost Projected Cost 5 Floor Cost 05120 Structural Steel 1 l.s. 2,593.25 $2,593.25 $12,966.25 (unistrut for TV's, projectors and screens) 06100 06200 06201 conventional construction Rough Carpentry (blocking in wall for millwork, etc.) Finish Carpentry/Millwork/upper and low. Cabinets Wood Wall Finish 1,600 65 850 b.f. l.f. s.f. 2.51 363.06 77.80 $4,016.00 $23,598.90 $66,130.00 $20,080.00 $117,994.50 $330,650.00 06202 Wood base 800 s.f. 3.41 $2,728.00 $13,640.00 07210 Sound Insulation 2,000 s.f. 0.36 $720.00 $3,600.00 07211 RA Boots 50 ea. 77.80 $3,890.00 $19,450.00 08000 Doors & Frames 58 ea. 561.57 $32,571.06 $162,855.30 08001 Double Herculite Entry Doors 2 pr. 5,186.50 $10,373.00 $51,865.00 08400 Glass Partitions 4,050 s.f. 23.86 $96,633.00 $483,165.00 08700 Hardware 58 ea. ea 512.16 512 16 $29,705.28 $29 705 28 $148,526.40 $148 526 40 09200 Gyp. Bd. Partitions to grid 9,000 s.f. 3.69 $33,210.00 $166,050.00 09201 Gyp. Bd. Partitions to deck 2,795 s.f. 3.40 $9,503.00 $47,515.00 09202 Gyp. Bd. Partitions at columns 2,376 s.f. 2.55 $6,058.80 $30,294.00 09201 Gyp. Bd. Finish at perimeter spandrels 1,563 s.f. 0.49 $765.87 $3,829.35 09500 Ceiling/Tile (install only) 20,855 s.f. 0.93 $19,395.15 $96,975.75 09600 Linoleum 460 s.f. 2.07 $952.20 $4,761.00 09650 Carpet/Carpet Tiles 20,000 s.f. 3.33 $66,600.00 $333,000.00 09651 6 Rubber B R bb Base ( l (columns, perimeter, and offices) i d ffi ) 3,250 l.f. lf 1.56 6 $5,070.00 $25,350.00 09652 Stone Flooring Projected Cost 500 s.f. 5 Floor Cost 20.75 $10,375.00 $51,875.00 09700 fabric wrapped homasote w/ aluminum trim 3,300 s.f. 11.04 $36,432.00 $182,160.00 09701 Dryerase marker surface/walltalkers w/ alum. trim 3,800 s.f. 13.25 $50,350.00 $251,750.00 09702 W.C. @ Core ($8 materials) Subtotal $756,041.01 2,268 s.f. $3,780,205.05 2.07 $4,694.76 $23,473.80 09900 Paint 14,065 s.f. 0.57 $8,017.05 $40,085.25 10400 Signage 125 ea. 75.00 $9,375.00 $46,875.00 11310 G.C. OHP Appliances (dishwashers icemakers, microwaves, refrigerators) (dishwashers, icemakers microwaves $113,406.15 6 ea. ea $567,030.76 800.00 800 00 $4,800.00 $4 800 00 $24,000.00 $24 000 00 12400 Window Coverings (by landlord) 0 0.00 $0.00 $0.00 15000 15400 Mechanical System (interior zones) Fire Protection Sprinklers Subtotal $869,447.16 20,855 20,855 s.f. s.f. $4,347,235.81 2.59 1.24 $54,014.45 $25,860.20 $270,072.25 $129,301.00 15500 Plumbing 4 1,815.28 $7,261.12 $36,305.60 16000 16001 Electrical Lighting (install only-stocked) Specialty Lighting Contingency $43,472.36 321 50 ea. ea. $217,361.79 67.42 250.00 $21,641.82 $12,500.00 $108,209.10 $62,500.00 16001 Electrical Plug Load 200 ea. 158.34 $31,668.00 $158,340.00 16002 Electrical floor cores 20 ea. 77.80 $1,556.00 $1 556.00 $7,780.00 $7 780.00 16004 Fire alarm system TOTAL $912,919.52 $ 20,855 s.f. $4,564,597.60 $ 6 1.04 6 $21,689.20 $108,446.00 17000 Commissioning 20,855 s.f. 1.98 $41,292.90 $206,464.50 Cost/S.F. $38.87 $38.87 Subtotal $756,041.01 $3,780,205.05 15% G.C. OHP $113,406.15 $567,030.76 Subtotal $869,447.16 $4,347,235.81 5% Contingency $43,472.36 $217,361.79 TOTAL $912,919.52 $4,564,597.60 COST/SF (based on 23,488 NRSF/Floor) $38.87 $38.87 itemized cost comparison +
  • 5 SI# Description Qty. Unit Unit Cost Projected Cost 5 Floor Cost 05120 Structural Steel 1 l.s. 2,593.25 $2,593.25 $12,966.25 06100 Rough Carpentry 250 b.f. 2.51 $627.50 $3,137.50 modular construction 06200 06201 06202 07210 Finish Carpentry/Millwork/upper and lower cabinets Wood Wall Finish (Elevator Lobby only) Wood base (base in modular walls) Sound I l i ( f S d Insulation (conferences) ) 87 360 0 2,000 l.f. s.f. s.f. s.f. f 363.06 77.80 0.00 0.366 $31,586.22 $28,008.00 $0.00 $720.00 $157,931.10 $140,040.00 $0.00 $3,600.00 6 07211 RA Boots 50 ea. 77.80 $3,890.00 $19,450.00 08000 Doors & Frames 9 ea. 561.57 $5,054.13 $25,270.65 08001 Double Herculite Entry Doors 2 pr. 5,186.50 $10,373.00 $51,865.00 08400 Glass Partitions 450 s.f. 23.86 $10,737.00 $53,685.00 08700 Hardware 9 ea. 512.16 $4,609.44 $23,047.20 09200 Gyp. Bd. Partitions to grid 486 s.f. 3.69 $1,793.34 $8,966.70 09200 Gyp. Bd. Partitions to deck 2,795 s.f. 3.40 $9,503.00 $47,515.00 09202 Gyp. Bd. Partitions at columns G Bd P i i l 2,376 6 s.f. f 2.55 $6,058.80 6 88 $30,294.00 09201 Gyp. Bd. Finish at perimeter spandrels 1,563 s.f. 0.49 $765.87 $3,829.35 09500 Ceiling/Tile (install only) 20,855 s.f. 0.93 $19,395.15 $96,975.75 09600 Linoleum 460 s.f. 2.07 $952.20 $4,761.00 09650 Carpet/Carpet Tiles 20,000 s.f. 3.19 $63,800.00 $319,000.00 09651 Rubber Base (bldg. perimeter and columns) 1,150 l.f. 1.56 $1,794.00 $8,970.00 09652 Stone Flooring (Elevator Lobby Only) 500 s.f. 20.75 $10,375.00 $51,875.00 09700 fabric wrapped homasote w/ Alum. Trim 300 s.f. 11.04 $3,312.00 $16,560.00 09701 Dry-erase marker surface w/ Al D k f / Alum. T i Trim 300 s.f. f 13.25 $3,975.00 $19,875.00 8 09702 W.C. @ Core ($8 material) Projected Cost 2,268 s.f. 5 Floor Cost 2.08 $4,717.44 $23,587.20 09900 Paint 3,600 s.f. 0.85 $3,060.00 $15,300.00 10000 Access Floor System 18,513 s.f. 6.16 $114,040.08 $570,200.40 10001 Subtotal Modular Wall System (doors, hardware, tackwall, writeboard, glass, wood and base) $976, 428.86 1,295 l.f. $4,882,144.30 308.89 $400,012.55 $2,000,062.75 10400 Signage 133 ea. 75.00 $9,975.00 $49,875.00 11310 Appliances (dishwashers, icemakers, microwaves, refrigerators) 6 ea. 800.00 $4,800.00 $24,000.00 12400 Window Coverings (by landlord) G.C. OHP $146,464.33 0 $732,321.65 0.00 $0.00 $0.00 15000 Mechanical System (interior zones) 20,855 s.f. 2.59 $54,014.45 $270,072.25 15400 Fire Protection Sprinklers 20,855 s.f. 1.24 $25,860.20 $129,301.00 15500 Plumbing Subtotal $1,122,893.19 4 ea. $5,614,465.95 1,815.28 $7,261.12 $36,305.60 16000 Electrical Lighting (install only - stocked) 321 ea. 67.42 $21,641.82 $108,209.10 16001 Specialty Lighting 50 ea. 250.00 $12,500.00 $62,500.00 16001 Electrical Plug Load Contingency $56,144.66 40 ea. $280,723.30 158.38 $6,335.20 $31,676.00 16002 Electrical floor cores 20 ea. 77.80 $1,556.00 $7,780.00 16004 Fire alarm system 20,855 s.f. 1.04 $21,689.20 $108,446.00 16002 17000 Commissioning TOTAL modular electrical (cost included in the access floor) $1,179,037.85 $ 185 20,855 8 ea. s.f. $5,895,189.24 $ 8 8 150.00 1.98 $27,750.00 $41,292.90 $138,750.00 $206,464.50 Cost/S.F. $50.20 $50.20 Subtotal $976,428.86 $4,882,144.30 15% G.C. OHP $146,464.33 $732,321.65 Subtotal $1,122,893.19 $5,614,465.95 5% Contingency $56,144.66 $280,723.30 TOTAL $1,179,037.85 $5,895,189.24 COST/SF (based on 23,488 NRSF/Floor) $50.20 $50.20 itemized cost comparison +
  • conventional construction *117, 440 NRSF allows 625 people 188 sf/person build out: $454 198 ut $454,198 Year 1 Y Year 2 Y Year 11 Y furniture: $5,753,750 NPV: $21,107,718 June 2008 June 2009 June 2018 rent $1,455,766 $2,495,600 $2,495,600 reconfiguration fi ti $0 $ $528,480 $ 8 8 $631,583 $6 8 tax/depreciation -$283,132 -$481,828 -$4,725 cost of construction: total $1,172,634 $2,542,252 $3,122,458 $ ,2 7,94 $6,207,948 cumulative $7,380,581 $9,922,834 $36,406,183 modular construction *98,125 NRSF allows 625 people 157 sf/person build out: $1,491,250 Year 1 Year 2 Year 11 furniture: $4,583,750 NPV: $17,218,656 June 2008 June 2009 June 2018 rent $1,216,341 $2,085,156 $2,085,156 reconfiguration $0 $264,240 $315,791 tax/depreciation -$293,025 -$502,153 $0 cost of construction: total $923,316 $1,847,243 $2,400,947 $6,075,000 6 cumulative $6,998,316 $8,845,558 $28,985,693 cost comparison +
  • $7.4 million over an 11 year p 74 y period $40,000,000 Conventional $35,000,000 $ Construction C i $30,000,000 Modular Construction $25,000,000 $20,000,000 $15,000,000 $10,000,000 $5,000,000 $0 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 construction cost comparison +
  • freestanding furniture g Approximately 30% less components = 20-30% less initial cost modular furniture design considerations +
  • design considerations +
  • (lighting) (li h i ) cost analysis y other issues evaluated +
  • lighting energy comparison $800,000 $700,000 $600,000 Option A $500,000 Base Building Option B $400,000 Current Standard $300,000 Option C $200,000 Energy Eff E Efficient U Upgrade d Option D $100,000 State of the Art $0 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 ROI Lighting +
  • intangible benefits High performance space with lower cost of operation flexibility Longer design duration faster construction duration, framework for evaluating future projects aesthetics conclusion +