Hampton Roads Green Building Council (HRGBC) 2014 Morning Buzz Chesapeake


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  • This is Woolpert’s first LEED-certified office space also located in a LEED Core and Shell (CS) certified building.Features contributing to the certification include an aggressive reduction of energy use through high-efficiency lighting, ventilation and air-conditioning systems; ENERGY STAR equipment and appliances; water-efficient plumbing fixtures, which reduce water use by 30 percent; and floor covering, ceiling tiles, drywall and cabinetry made either in whole or in part of locally sourced, recycled materials.The office also features low- or no-emitting paints, adhesives, furniture and sealants to protect indoor air quality as well as carbon dioxide sensors to provide adequate ventilation at all times, lighting sensors for energy efficiency and commissioning of the office’s energy systems.
  • The 60,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art building features computer and LED video that supports the varied teaching and presentation requirements of the college.The building includes 21 general purpose classrooms, as well as four tiered classrooms that provide a dynamic classroom experience for students. The furniture in many of the classrooms features adaptable desks and tables on wheels, which can be rearranged to facilitate collaborative learning. Each classroom contains a sophisticated Learning Technology System with multiple LED, high-definition display monitors that are strategically placed in the space enabling faculty to share content with students. Additionally, high definition document cameras display full color objects and can be used as a webcam to capture classroom materials and lectures.  The building also features a multi-purpose assembly space with seating for 120. TCC Theatre will hold productions in the space, and it will be used for lectures, concerts, meetings and workshops.Faculty will teach a variety of classes in the building, including general education, college composition, speech/communications, humanities, fine arts, social and behavioral sciences and world languages.The Interior Design program will also be housed in the building, along with the Batten Faculty Development Center and the division office for Languages, Mathematics and Sciences.All of the new buildings on TCC's campuses are expected to achieve LEED Silver certification as defined by the U.S. Green Building Council due to their energy-conscious design and environmentally friendly building material.
  • New construction versus addition and renovation - same rating system could apply
  • Hampton Roads Green Building Council (HRGBC) 2014 Morning Buzz Chesapeake

    1. 1. A Hampton Roads where sustainable building is the norm, providing a foundation for healthy, vibrant communities Wednesday, January 15, 2014 Welcome to Chesapeake
    2. 2. A Special Thanks to our Annual Sponsors
    3. 3. Special Thanks to our Host Tidewater Community College Division of Business, Public Services, and Technologies Chesapeake Campus Jim Perkinson, Dean Interior Design Program Jennifer Hopkins, Chair Rob Pappas, CID Project Manager/Adjunct Faculty Alex Reichardt, Faculty
    4. 4.       About TCC! Over 44,000 students 11th largest 2-year community college in the US 2nd Largest provider of undergraduate education in VA 11 accredited degree programs Largest degree producing institution in Tidewater 3,992 graduates in 2012/2013, 66% went on to 4 year institutions  4 campuses, 5 regional centers, and 128.7M budget  Programs in CADD, Environmental Protection, Sustainable Energy, and Interior Design • AAS Degree (REVIT Classes offered Sat Mornings) • Interior Design Certificate | Kitchen and Bath Certification • Green Design
    5. 5. Roundtable Discussion Rob Pappas, CID Project Mgr/Adjunct Faculty TCC Ruth Diebler, KSA Interiors Jana Hadder, Arrington Commercial Interiors
    6. 6. We asked. 37 responded. What brings you to the Buzz… Featured Speakers Networking Visiting a different venue Community Roundtable Building Tour Soapbox 23 19 18 16 8 5 100% of the 33 respondents who previously attended the Buzz would attend again
    7. 7. Survey Says… top answers on the board TOPICS VENUES | Peninsula Transportation 27 Wind Power 25 Jefferson Labs Hampton University Christopher Newport University Preservation 19 VENUES | Southside Green Careers 17 Interiors 15 Maritime 13 TCC - Chesapeake Campus Old Dominion University Eastern Virginia Medical School Virginia Wesleyan College HRT Southside Norfolk Multimodal Center 21 11 8 21 20 16 13 13 13 Other topics included native plants, co-generation, non-traditional collaborations, energy efficiency/savings, home performance
    8. 8. THANK YOU FOR YOUR INPUT, which is already guiding our Morning Buzz planning in 2014 As a token of our appreciation, the lucky winner of the $40 Taste Unlimited gift certificate is …
    9. 9. HRGBC's 2014 Board of Directors Our unanimously elected Directors are: Chad Adkins - AECOM Mike DeLaura - Sto Corp Jamie McIntosh Dubbe - Burns & McDonnell Andrew Friend - Tidewater Planning & Design, LLC Kathy Grubbs - Harvey Lindsay Commercial Real Estate Jeff Hall - Sustainable Building Solutions Jonathan Honchar - RDS Recycling & Disposal Solutions Scott Kattwinkel - Damuth Trane Kori Nichols - Roof Services Corporation Frank Oncken - Cavalier, Inc. Errol Plata - MMM Design Group Michael Winner - HBA Architecture & Interior Designs
    10. 10. Welcome New Members • Joey Allen - MJT Engineers • Karin Martin • Leslie Trainer Jefferson Lab • Michael Winner HBA Architecture and Interior Design soapbox
    11. 11. MEMBERSHIP CATEGORIES: • REGULAR MEMBER - $70 • USGBC MEMBER ORGANIZATION EMPLOYEE - $50: For employees of USGBC member organizations. • EMERGING PROFESSIONAL - $35: For those out of school and 30 years of age and under • FULL-TIME STUDENT - $25 We’ll help you join today… or go to www.usgbc.org/chapters “I originally joined HRGBC to obtain CEU’s for my LEED certification, but now I realize that there’s so much more to the organization. The members certainly have a finger on the pulse of sustainability in Hampton Roads.”
    12. 12. Upcoming Events & Announcements Board of Directors Meetings, every third Friday Friday, January 17 12:00-1:30 MMM Design Group, 300 Main Street, Suite 200, Norfolk January 21, 2014, Learning Series – Integrative Process & Location and Transportation
    13. 13. Liberty Property Trust (Landlord) LEED Core and Shell (CI) Certified Gold Building Size: 73,345 Woolpert’s Chesapeake Office(Tenant) LEED Commercial Interiors (CI) Certified Gold September 20, 2011 The High Five! Program features recent sustainably designed projects in Hampton Roads. Office Size: 11,259 sq ft
    14. 14. TCC Chesapeake Campus, Academic Building LEED New Construction Silver (Pending) Building Size: 60,000sf Architect: Moseley The High Five! Program features recent sustainably designed projects in Hampton Roads.
    15. 15. Special Thanks to our Building History and Tour Host Derek Larimer, LEED AP BD+C, Sustainability Coordinator, Almost ready for the tour?
    16. 16. Tidewater Community College Academic Building
    17. 17. TCC Chesapeake Academic Building SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES: LEED SCORECARD
    19. 19. SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES: SUSTAINABLE SITES SITE IMPROVEMENTS •Vegetated Open Space •4 acres, 20% of total site area •Stormwater Management •10.41 Acres of impervious area treated •Heat Island Effect Reduction TCC Chesapeake Academic Building
    20. 20. •Water Efficient Landscaping •Water Use and Wastewater Reduction •Dual Flush Water Closets, .5 gpm Lavatories, .125 gpf Urinals •205,201 gallons p/yr •51% better than baseline TCC Chesapeake Academic Building SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES: WATER USE REDUCTION WATER CONSERVATION
    21. 21. SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES: MATERIALS MATERIAL USE •Occupant Recycling •Construction Waste Management •88% construction waste diversion rate •Recycled and Regional Materials •22% recycled content, 20% regional content •Certified Wood •Marmoleum TCC Chesapeake Academic Building
    22. 22. SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES: INDOOR ENVIRONMENT INDOOR ENVIRONMENT •Construction IAQ Management •Indoor Pollutant Source Control •Daylight and Views •Low-Emitting Materials TCC Chesapeake Academic Building
    23. 23. SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES: ENERGY & ATMOSPHERE ENERGY PERFORMANCE •Low-E Glazing •Perimeter and Slab Insulation •Variable Air Volume •Energy Recovery • 29.5% energy savings •$30,000 per year TCC Chesapeake Academic Building
    24. 24. See you at the next Jefferson Labs Wednesday, March 12th 7:30-8:30 am Sign up for our newsletter @ HRGBC.org