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  1. 1. Today’s Agenda9:00-11:00 EcoHaus Field Trip12:00-12:30 Lunch12:30-1:15 Quiz: Home Performance & Zero Energy1:15-2:00 GPR & LEED LCA & Green Certifications2:00-2:15 Break2:15-3:00 Green Materials Case Study - Specifications3:00-4:00 Quiz and Review Quiz
  2. 2. OBJECTIVES –Learn about Green Materials:  Life Cycle Analysis (LCA)  Green Certifications  Green Specifications  Project Manuals ○ CSI Divisions 1-16  LEED Rating System  Green Building Products
  3. 3. What are Green Materials? What is Greenwashing?
  4. 4. GREENWASHING Greenwash-o-rama youtube.com
  5. 5. What Makes It Green? 1. Where did the material come from? 2. What are the byproducts of the process used to manufacture or produce it? 3. How is the material transported from the factory to the job site, and how will it be installed?
  6. 6. 4. How will the material bemaintained and/or operated?5. How healthy are the materials to bearound?6. What will happen to these materialsif and when they are discarded oroutdated? (Can they be recycled orreused?)
  7. 7. What is Green Point Rated? -California grown & community based - Builder, government & non-profit stakeholders - Direct consumer outreach
  8. 8. What is Green Point Rated?  Ratings reflect practices ABOVE code in CA  Rated in 5 categories with specified minimums  At least 50 points overall
  9. 9. Green Point Rated Single Family ChecklistCategory Minimum Required Possible PointsCommunity 0 4Energy 30 108Indoor Air Quality – IAQ 5 45Resources 6 66Water 9 47Innovative 0 20Total 50 290
  10. 10. Resource Requirements:6 Points Required 66 Possible Points
  11. 11. Third-partycertification program and nationallyaccepted benchmark for the design, construction, and operation of high performance green buildings.
  12. 12. Rating Systems and Awards LEED for New ConstructionLEED Rating Systems Awards  Certified 26-32 points New Construction  Silver 33-38 points Existing Buildings:  Gold 39-51 points Operations &  Platinum 52-69 points Maintenance Commercial Interiors Core & Shell Schools Retail Healthcare Homes Neighborhood Development
  13. 13. Total Possible Points – LEED NC LEED Category Prerequisites Possible PointsSustainable Sites (SS) 1 14Water Efficiency (WE) 0 5Energy & Atmosphere (EA) 3 17Materials & Resources (MR) 1 13Indoor Environmental Quality 2 15(EQ)Innovation in Design (ID) 0 5Total 69
  14. 14. Levels of LEED RatingsPlatinum: 52-69 pointsGold: 39-51 pointsSilver: 33-38 pointsCertified: 26-32 points
  15. 15. Materials & Resources (MR)Credits: 13 Possible Points
  16. 16. Prerequisite 1:Storage and Collection of Recyclables
  17. 17. Credit 1.1: Building Reuse Maintain 75% of Existing Walls, Floors & Roof Based on area Credit 1.2: Building Reuse Maintain 95% of Existing Walls, Floors & Roof Based on area
  18. 18. Credit 1.3: Building Reuse Maintain 50% of Interior Non-Structural Components
  19. 19. Credit 2.1: ConstructionWaste Management Divert 50% from Disposal Based on weight
  20. 20. Credit 2.2: ConstructionWaste Management Divert 75% from Disposal
  21. 21. Credit 3.1: Materials Reuse Use salvaged, refurbished or reused materials such that the sum constitutes 5%, of the total value of materials on the project.Credit 3.2: 10% of total value of materials
  22. 22. Credit 4.1: Recycled Content 10% (post-consumer + ½ pre-consumer)Credit 4.2: Recycled Content 20%
  23. 23. Recycled content….. Post-consumer : material generated by end users of a product, which can no longer be used for its intended purpose. Pre-consumer : material diverted from the waste stream during the manufacturing process.
  24. 24. Metal Roofing
  25. 25. Recycled barnwood, cobblestones and concrete rubble
  26. 26. Floors from reclaimed lumber
  27. 27. Credit 5.1: Regional Materials Use building materials and products that have been extracted, harvested or recovered, as well as manufactured, within 500 miles of the project site for a minimum of 10% (based on cost) of the total materials value. Credit 5.2: Regional Materials Minimum of 20% (based on cost) of the total materials value.
  28. 28. Shot Earth
  29. 29. Credit 6: Rapidly RenewableMaterials Use rapidly renewable building materials and products for 2.5% of the total value of all building materials and products,
  30. 30. Bamboo Flooring
  31. 31. Bamboo Flooring
  32. 32. Cork Flooring
  33. 33. Resilient Flooring
  34. 34. Wool Carpeting
  35. 35. Credit 7: Certified Wood Use a minimum of 50% of wood-based materials and products, which are FSC certified. These include: structural framing and general dimensional framing, flooring, sub-flooring, wood doors and finishes.
  36. 36. Ecological Functions of aNatural Forest Provides shelter and protection, and maintains stability of air, soil and water. Preserves the perfectly adapted genetic material of plants and animals. Buffers cyclones and tsunamis Absorbs carbon dioxide If large enough, will offer sanctuary to indigenous mammals, birds and reptiles in the event of fire or drought, cyclones or tsunamis, especially if it is linked to wildlife corridors.
  37. 37. What is FSC ? INDEPENDENT – Not-for-profit organization JUST – Balance in decision making between economic, ecological and societal interests. APPLICABLE WORLDWIDE- Criteria implemented in tropical and temperate forests. CREDIBLE – Chain of Custody (CoC) is monitored from forest to end product.Only system that specifies objective, verifiable forest management and closely monitors if these have been achieved.
  38. 38. Same old Forest Industry www.dontbuysfi.com
  39. 39. Activists @ GreenBuild 2009
  40. 40. Innovation in DesignExemplary Performance Points Project teams may earn an Innovation in Design point for exemplary performance when the requirements reach the next incremental step.
  41. 41. Life Cycle Analysis (LCA) A life cycle assessment is the investigation and valuation of the environmental impacts of a given product or service caused or necessitated by its existence.
  42. 42. Life Cycle Assessment
  43. 43. Cradle to Grave –LCA considers environmentalimpacts related to: Extraction or harvesting of raw materials Refining and manufacturing processes Transportation of those products Eventual disposal or reuse
  44. 44. Look at the whole buildingfrom a life-cycle perspective Addressing the impacts of building operation, including energy use, water use, and maintenance impacts should be a high priority.
  45. 45. Certification of Products
  46. 46. Green Specifications
  47. 47. Summary of Product Standards for GreenSpec Products made from environmentally attractive materials
  48. 48.  Products that are green because of what isn’t there Products that reduce environmental impacts during construction, renovation, or demolition Products that reduce environmental impacts of building operation Products that contribute to a safe, healthy indoor environment:
  49. 49. CSI Divisions &Green Specifications
  50. 50.  Division 1 - General Requirements Division 2 - Site Construction Division 3 - Concrete Division 4 - Masonry Division 5 - Metals Division 6 - Woods and Plastics Division 7 - Thermal and Moisture Protection Division 8 - Doors and Windows
  51. 51.  Division 9 - Finishes Division 10 - Specialties Division 11 - Equipment Division 12 - Furnishings Division 13 - Special Construction Division 14 - Conveying Systems Division 15 - Mechanical Division 16 - Electrical
  52. 52. Cost codes: Green Builders of MarinCost code# Description Cost Code# Description Cost Code# Description1000.000 General Requirements 6000.000 Wood 9150.000 Sheetrock1003.000 Administration 6050.000 Material Run 9200.000 Lathe & Plaster1005.000 Marketing & Sales 6060.000 Shoring & temp Bracing 9250.000 Gypsum Board1010.000 Estimating 6100.000 Rough Framing 9300.000 Stone/Tile/Concrete1020.000 Supervision 6110.000 Sub-Floor 9500.000 Acoustical Treatment1030.000 Project Management 6120.000 Wall Framing 9640.000 Stone Flooring1035.000 After job admin 6130.000 Roof Framing 9650.000 Wood Flooring1310.000 Permits 6140.000 Shearwall 9660.000 Resilient Flooring1510.000 Temp Utilities 6150.000 Siding/Exterior trim 9680.000 CarpetI520.000 Field office and sheds 6160.000 Plywood Roof Sheathing 9900.000 Painting Interior1540.000 Mobilize & Demobilize 6170.000 Rough Hardware 9910.000 Painting Exterior2000.000 Site work 6180.000 Glued/laminated beam 9950.000 Wall Coverings2020.000 Rent Equipment 6190.000 Truss (pre-fab) 10000.000 Specialties2030.000 Repair Equipment 6200.000 Finish Carpentry 10100.000 Chalk & Tack Boards2100.000 Waste management 6220.000 Layout 10200.000 Louvers & Vents2150.000 Shoring & Bracing 6240.000 Clean Up 10300.000 Fireplaces & Stoves2200.000 Demolition 6250.000 Interior trim 10500.000 Lockers & Shelving2300.000 Excavation/Export/ Fill 6400.000 Custom casework 10600.000 Partitions2900.000 Landscaping 6700.000 Rough Hardware 10800.000 Bath Accessories3000.000 Concrete 7000.000 Thermal & Moisture 10900.000 Wardrobe/Closet Access3100.000 Foundation formwork 7200.000 Insulation 11000.000 Equipment3200.000 Foundation Reinforcement 7300.000 Roofing 11450.000 Appliances3300.000` Foundation cast in place 8000.000 Doors and Windows 12000.000 Furnishings3330.000 Drainage 8050.000 Delivery of Structural Material 13000.000 Special Construction3340.000 Slab Prep 8100.000 Metal doors and Frames 14000.000 Conveying Systems3350.000 Slab cast in place 8200.000 Wood doors 15000.000 Mechanical3600.000 Grout 8250.000 Labor for doors 15100.000 Plumbing4000.000 Masonry 8300.000 Special doors 15400.000 Plumbing Fixtures4300.000 Tile sub 8500.000 Windows 15700.000 HVAC5000.000 Metals 8600.000 Skylights 16000.000 Electrical5100.000 Structural Steel 8700.000 Hardware door & window 16100.000 Electrical Wiring5500.000 Metal Fabrications 9000.000 Finishes 16250.000 Electrical Fixtures5700.000 Ornamental Metal 9100.000 Stucco
  53. 53. Time Cards WEEK BEGINNING/ENDING_______________________________________ JOB NAME C/O # HOURS NOTESFRIMONTUESWEDTHURS
  54. 54. Division 1: General Requirements 01300 submittals 01630 substitutions 01710 cleaning
  55. 55. The RAIS RondoThe Rondo is offered in steel, eithergray or black. A soapstone top plateis an optional extra. It can be eithertop or rear vented.Stove exteriorFirebox interiorStove black or gray steel withsoapstone baking compartment shelf$3,926Stove black or gray steel withsoapstone top and bakingcompartment shelf $4,416Turn table system $480
  56. 56. Division 2: Site Work
  57. 57. Division 3: Concrete 03300 cast-in-place concrete  1.01 Section includes: Concrete structural slabs, footing and stem walls, patio slab, exterior finish stairs and retaining walls, fireplace surround, shower pan and curb, finished floor under stove  1.02 See structural drawings and soils reports for general concrete specifications
  58. 58. Flyash
  59. 59. Flyash
  60. 60. Advantages of Fly Ash in Concrete Fly Ash is a pozzolan. Fly Ash improves concrete workability and lowers water demand. Fly Ash has a lower heat of hydration. Fly Ash generally reduces the permeability and adsorption of concrete. Fly Ash is economical.
  61. 61. Division 4: Masonry
  62. 62. Division 5: Metals 05100 structural steel 05500 metal fabrications 05586 architectural metalwork Use recycled content when possible.
  63. 63. Structural Steel
  64. 64. Metal Fabrications
  65. 65. Architectural Metalwork
  66. 66. Division 6: Wood & Plastics 06062 lumber 06100 composite wood panels 06150 wood decking 06200 finish carpentry 06400 architectural woodwork 06420 wood paneling Use FSC certified, renewable, reclaimed or recycled materials
  67. 67. 06062 Lumber
  68. 68. 06100 Composite wood panels 1.01 Plywood  A. All exposed interior plywood to be ¾” T&G underlayment, FSC certified  B. All exposed exterior plywood to be exterior grade phenol-bonded weatherproof type, FSC certified
  69. 69. 06150 wood decking 1.01 5/4” X 6” Ipe wood decking, installed per manufacturer’s instructions
  70. 70. 06400 architectural woodwork 1.01 Section includes: Kitchenette, Bathroom and Closet cabinets
  71. 71. 06420 wood paneling 1.01 Wood paneling shall be T&G clear western red cedar siding, no finish
  72. 72. Renewable, reclaimed, recycled and restoration forestry Bamboo, wheatboard, strawboard, reclaimed flooring and siding, and many other renewable material options are now widely available
  73. 73. Bamboo Cabinets
  74. 74. Wheatboard Cabinets
  75. 75. Reclaimed lumber
  76. 76. Flooring and Siding
  77. 77. Division 7: Thermal &Moisture Protection PART 2 – PRODUCTS  A. Insulate walls and floor joists with Bonded Logic Ultra Touch. Wall thicknesses vary, provide maximum thickness of insulation. See cutsheet.  B. Insulate roof with Dyplast DP Foam Polyiso Roof Insulation, 6” and 1.5” for total R-34. See cutsheet.  C. Sound board: Celotex SoundStop, see cutsheet.
  78. 78. Recycled Denim Insulation
  79. 79. Division 8: Doors & Windows 08266 glazed wood doors  1.01 Manufacturer to be Duratherm 08350  1.01 Manufacturer to be Duratherm
  80. 80. Division 9: Finishes 09300 tile 09640 wood strip flooring  1.02 For wood type and finish, refer to 06200 – finish carpentry and 09910 – painting and transparent finishes
  81. 81. 09910 painting and transparent finishes C. PAINT SCHEDULE  A: MFR: Safecoat Semi-Gloss Cabinet & Trim Enamel – Color: TBD  B: MFR: Safecoat A;; Purpose Exterior Satin Enamel – Color: TBD  C: MFR: Safecoat Watershield & Clear Penetrating Oil  D: MFR: Safecoat Polyureseal BP, Satin  E: MFR Safecoat Watershield & Clear Penetrating Oil  F: MFR Ttnemec (steel) Primer: Enviro-Prime Series 18
  82. 82. DIVISION 10: SPECIALTIES 10300 fireplaces and stoves 10800 toilet & bath accessories 10826 bathroom mirrors 10900 closet specialties
  83. 83. DIVISON 11: EQUIPMENT 11452 residential appliance schedule (see cut sheets)Includes: Refrigerator, cooktop, oven, dishwasher, washer, dryer, outdoor grill and grill ignitor
  84. 84. DIVISION 12: FURNISHINGS
  85. 85. DIVISION 13: SPECIAL
  86. 86. DIVISION 14: CONVEYING
  87. 87. DIVISION 15: MECHANICAL 15000 mechanical general provisions 15410 plumbing fixture schedule  1.01 Kitchen (faucet, sink, sink disposal, soap dispenser)  1.02 Bath (sink & faucets, toilet, shower) 15480 domestic water heater 15700 heating & air-conditioning equipment 15852 registers, grilles and diffusers
  88. 88. DIVISION 16: ELECTRICAL 16000 electrical general provisions 16140 wiring devices 16501 lighting fixture schedule 16850 television equipment
  89. 89. Review OBJECTIVES:  Green Building Products  LEED Rating System  Life Cycle Analysis (LCA)  Certifications  Green Specifications  Project Manual of Case Study ○ CSI Divisions 1-16
  90. 90. HomeworkPrepare for Final Exam- Review all: Reading Assignments Quizzes

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