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A presentation that i created for RSP i_SPACE and Gausman & Moore that was presented in a BOMA (Building Owners and Managers Association) Conference in 2008.

A presentation that i created for RSP i_SPACE and Gausman & Moore that was presented in a BOMA (Building Owners and Managers Association) Conference in 2008.

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    The Dollar and $ense of Going Green The Dollar and $ense of Going Green Presentation Transcript

    • The Dollars and $ense of Going Green October 31, 2007 Presented By: Jim Keller LEED AP Gausman & Moore Partner Mike Lyner AIA RSP i_SPACE Principal L E E D C E R T I F I C A T I O N - E X I S T I N G B U I L D I N G S
    • Complete Lifecycle LEED addresses the complete lifecycle of commercial buildings LEED NC Ratin g DESIGN NEW CONSTRUCTION CO N STR UC CORE AND SHELL TIO N COMMERCIAL INTERIORS LE ED OP ING LIFECY EB ILD ERA U CL R B ating TION E S * EX G S IS TI *Certification available 2 years after the N G B UI LDIN construction of the building L E E D C E R T I F I C A T I O N - E X I S T I N G B U I L D I N G RSP i_SPACE + GAUSMAN & MOORE All Rights Reserved, 2007
    • LEED Balance Triple Bottom Line ECONOMICS RESOURCE ALIGNMENT GREEN INVESTING IN THE FUTURE Profitable ENVIRONMENT PEOPLE OPPORTUNITY L E A D E R S H I P I N E N E R G Y A N D E N V I R O N M E N T A L D E S I G N RSP i_SPACE + GAUSMAN & MOORE All Rights Reserved, 2007
    • LEED Advantage 8-9% Operating cost 3% Rent 3.5% Occupancy rate 25-40% ROI 7.5% Building value 2-16% Increase productivity Data: USGBC L E A D E R S H I P I N E N E R G Y A N D E N V I R O N M E N T A L D E S I G N RSP i_SPACE + GAUSMAN & MOORE All Rights Reserved, 2007
    • LEED EB- Overview LEED - EB CATEGORIES BREAKDOWN LEED - EB CERTIFICATION Sustainable Sites 18% Platinum 64-85 pts Water Efficiency 6% Gold 48-63 pts Energy & Atmosphere 28% Materials & Resources 20% Silver 40-47 pts Indoor Environmental Quality 28% Certified 32-39 pts Innovation + Design (Bonus Categories) Data: USGBC L E E D C E R T I F I C A T I O N - E X I S T I N G B U I L D I N G RSP i_SPACE + GAUSMAN & MOORE All Rights Reserved, 2007
    • LEED for Existing Buildings The LEED Rating System for Existing Buildings addresses: Sustainable Policies + Planning Recycling program + facilities Maintenance + Cleaning Systems Upgrade Ongoing Indoor Environmental Quality and Energy + Water Efficiency GOALS: Optimizing operational efficiency, Minimizing environmental impacts. L E E D C E R T I F I C A T I O N - E X I S T I N G B U I L D I N G RSP i_SPACE + GAUSMAN & MOORE All Rights Reserved, 2007
    • Why “Green”? PRODUCTIVITY Annual Commercial Expenses 88% Salaries 9% Rent 1% Utilities 1% Taxes 1% Maintenance DATA: “Business Case For Green Design” -1998- Steve Morton L E E D E B > P R O D U C T I V I T Y RSP I_SPACE + GAUSMAN & MOORE All Rights Reserved, 2007
    • Why “Green”? PRODUCTIVITY SCENARIO # of Employee: 100 Building sq: 27,500 PREMISE...Productivity Range: 2-16% (USGBC Study) 1% Increase In 1 Person’s Productivity (5 min. per day) = $ 2 / s f / y r s a v i n g s $ 550,000 $ 275,000 1 0 % Producti v i ty 5 % Pr o d u c t i vi ty $ 55,000 1 % Pr o d u c t i vi ty DATA: “Business Case For Green Design” -1998- Steve Morton L E E D E B > P R O D U C T I V I T Y RSP i_SPACE + GAUSMAN & MOORE All Rights Reserved, 2007
    • Why “Green”? PRODUCTIVITY San Diego Federal Building & Courthouse 3-15% increase productivity in office and courthouse area Pennsylvania Power & Light 13% increase productivity, 25% reduction in sick leave West Bend Mutual Insurance Company HQ 16% increase productivity ($2M of a total $13M payroll) L E A D E R S H I P I N E N E R G Y A N D E N V I R O N M E N T A L D E S I G N RSP i_SPACE + GAUSMAN & MOORE All Rights Reserved, 2007
    • Case Study National Geographic Society HQ Complex Owner: Washington, D.C. Management: Chief Engineer: Contractor: LEED-EB Silver Pilot Project 2003 LEED Accredited Professional: RESULTS Employee satisfaction Credit rating Energy use by 20%. Water utility expenses by 18%. 45% waste expenditure Age: 20-100 years old Employee alternative vehicle incentives Use: Offices, retail , commercial, cultural Number of Buildings: 4 Floor Space: 829,704 square feet. C A S E S T U D I E S RSP i_SPACE + GAUSMAN & MOORE All Rights Reserved, 2007
    • Case Study - National Geographic Society HQ HIGHLIGHTS “The Society added $24 million in value from this LEED certification…” - Chris Liedel, CFO, National Geographic Society - Infrastructure upgrade cost $ 7 million (3 years) Market Value Increase $ 4 / $ 1 invested in upgrade Energy Expenditure Savings $ 300,000 per year L E E D C E R T I F I C A T I O N - E X I S T I N G B U I L D I N G RSP i_SPACE + GAUSMAN & MOORE All Rights Reserved, 2007
    • Case Study California EPA HQ Building Sacramento, CA. LEED-EB Platinum 2003 Built: RESULTS 2000 26% energy use per year Use: Class A 70% water use per year (50% exterior, 20% interior) High Rise Offices Storys: 60% of occupants use alternative transportation 25 Floor Space: 56% recycling rate (200 tons of garbage) 950,000 sf 80% office space has natural light Invested: $ 500,000 C A S E S T U D I E S RSP i_SPACE + GAUSMAN & MOORE All Rights Reserved, 2007
    • Case Study - California EPA Office SAVINGS BENEFIT HIGHLIGHTS Total Savings per year Occupant recycling Landscape management $ 610,000 $ 29,000 $ 95,000 Increase of Building Value Reduced landfill disposal costs Exterior lighting systems $ 12,000,000 $ 10,000 $ 9,500 Elimination of bin liners Water efficient landscaping + restroom + cooling system $ 60,000 $ 19,000 Entryway cleaning to prevent buildups Collection + storage of recycleables $ 9,000 $ 48,000 Systems alignment for energy performance optimization $ 190,000 After-hours heating + lighting controls $ 100,000 L E E D C E R T I F I C A T I O N - E X I S T I N G B U I L D I N G RSP i_SPACE + GAUSMAN & MOORE All Rights Reserved, 2007
    • Case Study JohnsonDiversey’s Global Headquarters Sturtevant, Wisconsin LEED Gold, March 2004 RESULTS +50% of site generated solid waste is recycled. Personal Environment Modules (PEM) in 93% of the total building office areas. Grass and ponds cover 93% of the site area Integrated cleaning program in alignment with LEED requirements. Built: 1997 Occupants’ interest on environmental aspect. Use: Office Space + Research Lab Use of collected stormwater for turfgrass irriga- Storys: 3 tion reduces potable water use by 2-4 million Floor Space: 277,440 ft gallons/yr. ROI: 0.5 years C A S E S T U D I E S RSP i_SPACE + GAUSMAN & MOORE All Rights Reserved, 2007
    • Case Study - JohnsonDiversey Global HQ HIGHLIGHTS Initial Implementation Cost Energy Savings per year Water System Upgrade $ 73,800 $ 90,000 $ 21,000 Initial Implementation Cost per sf Water Use Saving per year $ 0.27 $ 10,000 Annual Net Savings $ 137,320 Annual Net Savings per sf $ 0.49 Life Cycle Net Present Value $ 1,351,535 Life Cycle Net Savings per sf $ 4,87 L E E D C E R T I F I C A T I O N - E X I S T I N G B U I L D I N G RSP i_SPACE + GAUSMAN & MOORE All Rights Reserved, 2007
    • BUILDING A CASE FOR CERTIFYING YOUR BUILDINGS Every building can benefit. Not every building will justify the cost of certification. How do you know if your building will be worth certifying? How do you assess your baseline? How do you calculate your potential ROI? L E E D C E R T I F I C A T I O N - E X I S T I N G B U I L D I N G RSP i_SPACE + GAUSMAN & MOORE All Rights Reserved, 2007
    • ARTICLES + JOURNALS + STUDIES RESOURCES + LINKS “A Business Case for Green Buildings In Canada” -2005- Natural Capitalism: McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry, LLC (MBDC) WEBSITES WEBSITES BOOK Mark Lucuik, Wayne Trusty, Nills Larsson, Robert Charette Creating the Next Industrial Revolution www.mbdc.com Paul Hawken, Amory Lovins, and L. Hunter Lovins “Health And Productivity Gains From Better Indoor Environments And Their Relationship With Building Energy Minnesota Sustainable Design Guide Efficiency” -2000- American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy www.sustainabledesignguide.umn.edu William J. Fisk - Laurence Berkeley National Laboratory, CA- www.aceee.org National Renewable Energy Laboratory, (NREL) “A Look At Commercial Buildings in 1995; Characteristics, Energy Consumption, And Energy Expenditure” -1998- American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and www.nrel.gov Mark Lucuik, Wayne Trusty, Nills Larsson, Robert Charette Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) www.ashrae.org Rocky Mountain Institute “Indoor Quality Update” -Oct 1996 Vol. 9 No. 10- www.rmi.org Building Energy Efficiency Research Project at the Department of “Business Case For Green Design” -1998- Architecture (BEER), The University of Hong Kong U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) Steve Morton (National Research Council of Canada) www.arch.hku.hk/reseach/beer/ www.usgbc.org “Windows & Offices; A Study Of Office Worker Performance And The Indoor Environment” -Oct 2003- ENERGY STAR® USGBC Mississippi Headwaters Chapter Heschong & Mahone Group Inc. (CA) www.energystar.gov www.usgbcmn.org “Using The Advantage Of Office Technology To Increase Productivity ”- 1992 The Hanover Principles Union of Concerned Scientists Stark-Martin Kroner, Willeman (Rensselaer Polutechnic University) www.mindfully.org/Sustainability/Hannover-Principles.htm www.ucsusa.org L E E D C E R T I F I C A T I O N - E X I S T I N G B U I L D I N G RSP i_SPACE + GAUSMAN & MOORE L E E D C E R T I F I C A T I O N - E X I S T I N G B U I L D I N G RSP i_SPACE + GAUSMAN & MOORE All Rights Reserved, 2007 All Rights Reserved, 2007 Complete Lifecycle Presenters: LEED addresses the complete lifecycle of commercial buildings L E E D NC Ratin g R S P i _ S P A C E G A U S M A N & M O O R E DESIGN Analyze • Strategize • Optimize A s s o c i a t e s NEW CONSTRUCTION CON STR UC CORE AND SHELL TI O N COMMERCIAL INTERIORS Mike Lyner A.I.A Jim Keller, P.E., LEED® AP LE ED Principal Partner OP DING LIFECYC EB ER UIL Ratin ATIO B L P 612 677 7212 P 651-604-3120 N E g* S E mike.lyner@rsparch.com E jkeller@gausman.com www.rspispace.com www.gausman.com EX IS TI GS N G B UIL DI N *Certification available 2 years after the construction of the building L E E D C E R T I F I C A T I O N - E X I S T I N G B U I L D I N G RSP i_SPACE + GAUSMAN & MOORE L E E D C E R T I F I C A T I O N - E X I S T I N G B U I L D I N G RSP i_SPACE + GAUSMAN & MOORE All Rights Reserved, 2007 All Rights Reserved, 2007