Green Goes Mainstream420 Delaware Drive Ft Washington, PA
Incremental Change    Transforms marketplace• Committed owner, high end, seeks  economic benefit from green building• Expe...
LEED Credits• 6 Categories• Menu of credits• Levels of certification
6 Categories•   Sustainable Sites•   Water Efficiency•   Energy & Atmosphere•   Materials & Resources•   Indoor Environmen...
Menu of Credits• Prerequisites• Choices based on  – Goals of Client  – Cost  – Suitability to project  – Expertise of team...
Levels of Certification• Goal to be Certified• Delivered Silver• Gold and Platinum are other levels
420DelawareDrive• Flooded site• Near Ft  Washington  train station• Wetlands• CMU shell
Site•   Leave undisturbed wetland•   Crush building•   Use rubble to build floodplain•   Pervious paving
Water Efficiency• Native Species• Waterless Urinals, low-flow faucets• 41% Less water usage
Energy and Atmosphere•   Superior Insulation•   Efficient glazing•   Siting•   15% less energy usage
Materials & Resources• FSC certified wood• Basic materials -slag concrete, steel,  insulation                             ...
Indoor Air Quality• Increase Vent• Daylight• Low VOC products  – Carpet  – Paint  – Adhesives  – Composite Wood (doors & p...
Incremental change• LEED methodology is way for  building industry as a whole• Challenge for solar
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2006 presentation to Solar Energy Association on first suburban Core and Shell LEED building in the Philadelphia area.

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    1. 1. Green Goes Mainstream420 Delaware Drive Ft Washington, PA
    2. 2. Incremental Change Transforms marketplace• Committed owner, high end, seeks economic benefit from green building• Experienced design team seeks higher performance building and market edge• Interested client seeks accountability for green promises• Contractor seeks reliability and market edge
    3. 3. LEED Credits• 6 Categories• Menu of credits• Levels of certification
    4. 4. 6 Categories• Sustainable Sites• Water Efficiency• Energy & Atmosphere• Materials & Resources• Indoor Environmental Quality• Innovation & Design
    5. 5. Menu of Credits• Prerequisites• Choices based on – Goals of Client – Cost – Suitability to project – Expertise of team members
    6. 6. Levels of Certification• Goal to be Certified• Delivered Silver• Gold and Platinum are other levels
    7. 7. 420DelawareDrive• Flooded site• Near Ft Washington train station• Wetlands• CMU shell
    8. 8. Site• Leave undisturbed wetland• Crush building• Use rubble to build floodplain• Pervious paving
    9. 9. Water Efficiency• Native Species• Waterless Urinals, low-flow faucets• 41% Less water usage
    10. 10. Energy and Atmosphere• Superior Insulation• Efficient glazing• Siting• 15% less energy usage
    11. 11. Materials & Resources• FSC certified wood• Basic materials -slag concrete, steel, insulation QuickTime™ and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture.• Finish materials- fossil stone tile, recycled tile, acoustic tile, carpet• 25% recycled content• 35% local availability
    12. 12. Indoor Air Quality• Increase Vent• Daylight• Low VOC products – Carpet – Paint – Adhesives – Composite Wood (doors & particle board)
    13. 13. Incremental change• LEED methodology is way for building industry as a whole• Challenge for solar

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