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Week 13 class notes

  1. 1. Hospitality Facilities Design and Planning Week 13
  2. 2. Overview • Guest Lecture: Rolf Kielman – TruexCullins • Project: – Updates from each team, review and critique – Determine status
  3. 3. ROLF KIELMAN, AIA, LEED AP
  4. 4. Master of Architecture, University of Pennsylvania Bachelor of Arts, Dartmouth College Diploma in Furniture Design, Skolen for Brugkunst (Denmark) “I was born in Holland, immigrated to Canada as a youth, and with the exception of work and study abroad, have spent my adult life in Vermont. While studying in Holland and Scandinavia, I developed an interest in sustainable design and I learned how to express a people’s culture through design. New England has similar architectural traditions….build what is needed, let the craft of building be expressed, include a dose of understated whimsy”
  5. 5. Sustainable design is at the core of our practice at TruexCullins. From the design of the Church Street Marketplace in the 1970s to the positive energy and LEED- certified buildings of today, we engage our clients and demonstrate the benefits of green design. In doing so, we deliver beautiful, high performance buildings and interiors that illustrate how sustainability enhances their lives and our environment TruexCullins on Sustainable Design:
  6. 6. Course Grading
  7. 7. Next Class Lighting Systems
  8. 8. Project • November 30th : Content 80% complete, pulling together presentation format • December 7th : Presentation complete, dry run, review and fine tuning • December 14th : Exam - Final Presentation with Redstone principals
  9. 9. Electrical Systems • Electricity: costly and high use • As much as 90% of utility bill
  10. 10. “eco-tique” hotels • http://www.greenlodgingnews.com/treasure-mou
  11. 11. Guestroom – Electrical Plan • Sample Jay Peak (08-3213 – Elec – E3.3)
  12. 12. Electric Motors High users of electricity Think of: pumps that move water for heating and domestic use. Since several years being replaced with “variable speed pumps”
  13. 13. Lighting • Next class will address more in detail but: – Energy savings (some hotels go 100% CFL’s) – Occupancy sensors
  14. 14. Power outages! • What is your back up plan (what functions will you lose? How can you continue to operate for 2 hours, 12 hours, 1 day, 5 days) • Back up power?
  15. 15. Power back up system • Back up generator, important. What functions would you connect to it? (example discussion Hotel Jay)
  16. 16. Stowe Mountain Lodge • Back up generator covers: – All compressors (AC) – Kitchen hood and make up air unit – Heat and domestic hot water boilers – Critical water circulation pumps – Egress lighting – All life safety equipment (fire panel, fire pump) – Computer room (front desk computers etc) – Some time clocks for HVAC – Electronic key system – Pool pumps
  17. 17. Cruise ship power plants: http://www.youtube .com/watch?v=gpwLQGGdL90
  18. 18. Hotel Electric Bill Important! We looked at this before. Components: -Customer Charge -Demand Charge – why so important? -Off-Peak Energy -Peak- Energy

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