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    Cavallo point sustainability focus short- sonoma state 7-25-09 final Cavallo point sustainability focus short- sonoma state 7-25-09 final Presentation Transcript

    • Fort Baker, California
    • Early History• Established early 1897 by U.S. Army to support seacoast defense batteries• Parade Ground and buildings constructed 1902 to 1905• Designed as a new model for Army life
    • Development Objectives• Adaptively develop the site as world class lodge and conference center with restaurant, meeting space, and spa/Healing Arts Center. Minimize room count (as well as traffic and other site impacts) to greatest extent possible.• Develop existing buildings (on National Register of Historic Landmarks) in accordance with Secretary of Interior’s Standards for Historic Rehabilitation.• Demolish and replace non-historic Capeharts with contemporary, yet compatible, sustainably designed buildings.• Achieve LEED Silver or Gold Certification for entire project.• Create a center for ongoing learning (lectures, workshops, conferences, classes). Incorporate and collaborate with the NPS’ Institute at the Golden Gate, as well as other partners, to bring the brightest minds and ideas to Cavallo Point.
    • Building 605 Interior after Construction
    • Historic Rehabilitation – Post-Construction Common Building Interiors Building 602 Farley Bar
    • Historic Rehabilitation – Post-Construction Common Building Interiors Building 602 Murray Circle Restaurant
    • 602 Second Floor – Pre-Construction
    • New Lodging Construction
    • New Lodging
    • Healing Arts Center- Post-Construction
    • Healing Arts Center Post-Construction
    • Sustainability Measures-LEED Credits• Site Selection • Materials – Rehabilitation of Previously Developed Brownfield – Recycling areas in all rooms and public spaces site (Asbestos, Lead in Soils, Underground – Extensive Building Reuse Storage Tanks) – Over 80% of construction waste diverted – Access to Public Transportation-Shuttle – Extensive use of recycled, regionally produced, or – Bike Storage rapidly renewable materials – Preferred Parking for Carpools and Hybrids – Maximized Open Space-2 to 1 ratio – Storm Water Design-Infiltration Ponds, Permeable • Indoor Quality Parking – Non smoking facility – Light Pollution Reduction-Dark Skies Initiative – Natural Ventilation – Low emitting materials (paints, carpets, adhesives, sealants)• Water Efficiency – Radiant Heating – Water Efficient Landscaping-Weather Monitoring, – Individual lighting and thermal controls Drip Irrigation, Drought Tolerant Species – Day Lighting and Views – Water Use Reduction – Efficient Fixtures, Dual Flush Toilets, Reclaimed Water System at Laundry • Innovation & Design – Habitat Restoration- Mission Blue Butterfly• Energy & Atmosphere Habitat; Propagation of 58,000 Native Plants – Commissioning of all Mechanical Systems – Green Housekeeping/Operations – Refrigeration Management-No CFCs – Green Building Education-Tours and Materials – On Site Renewables-Thin Film Solar Panels – Innovative Technologies Utilized for Wastewater Reclamation – Optimized Energy Performance-Tight, Well Insulated Buildings, Efficient Mechanical Systems, – LEED accredited professionals on Design, Natural Ventilation, Efficient Appliances, Low E Engineering and Construction Teams Glass
    • Thin Film Photovoltaic Install
    • Recycled Cotton Denim Insulation Hydronic Radiant Heating
    • 58,000 Native Plants Grown from SeedCollected within Watershed