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New Songdo City, South Korea: Bringing LEED to a Mega Project in a New Market (May 2013 Meeting)

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Songdo International Business Development (IBD), New Songdo International City LLC, Republic of Korea is a $30 billion, private 1554-acre (628-hectare) master-planned site with 350 commercial, …

Songdo International Business Development (IBD), New Songdo International City LLC, Republic of Korea is a $30 billion, private 1554-acre (628-hectare) master-planned site with 350 commercial, institutional, retail, and residential buildings. The client introduced LEED to Korea and Parsons Brinckerhoff’s task was to set the foundation for embedding LEED into the project on-site. Songdo IBD holds the first LEED-registered projects in Korea, with over 70 projects, mostly city blocks, in pursuit of LEED certification and ten projects certified.

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    • 1. 1Parsons BrinckerhoffSustainabilityHelping Clients Address Their NeedsNew Songdo City, South Korea:Bringing LEED to a Mega Project in a New MarketSuzanne JohnsonDirector of Sustainability - FederalNorthern Virginia Chapter, CSI20130508
    • 2. 4Presentation Goals• Review of Sustainability and LEED as aMeasurement Tool• Introduction to the World’s LargestPrivate Development• Basic Understanding of the KoreanConstruction Process and Practice• Basic Understanding of Working withLEED in New Foreign Markets
    • 3. 5Sustainability-Considering, aligning andinnovating to resolve theeconomic, social and environmentalimpacts of our actions as a means ofadding value
    • 4. 7Sustainability1. Planet2. People3. Profit
    • 5. 8Sustainability• Integration– American Institute of Architects– US Department of Defense• Measurement• Architecture and Total Energy Approach
    • 6. 9Measurement• Parts or Total• Local or Global• LEED• BEAM• Green Building Certification• Codes and Standards
    • 7. 10USGBC Developed in1993LEED Pilot 1998
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    • 10. 13• New Construction• Core and Shell• Schools
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    • 16. 19Songdo International BusinessDevelopment (IBD)• $30 billion, private 1554-acre (628-hectare) master-planned site with 350commercial, institutional, retail, andresidential buildings.• The client introduced LEED to Korea• First LEED-registered projects inKorea, with over 70 projects, mostlycity blocks, in pursuit of LEEDcertification and ten projects certified.
    • 17. 20Songdo Vision
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    • 19. 22Songdo City International Business District, KoreaClient: New Songdo City Development, LLC
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    • 22. 25From Incheon Free Economic Zone Authority
    • 23. 26Songdo IBD•607 Ha•First LEEDRegisteredProjects in Korea•LEED for NewConstruction•LEED for Core &Shell•LEED forNeighborhoodDevelopment•11 Certified, 60 inPursuit, 3 Active
    • 24. 27Core Design Goals• Open Space• Transportation• Water• Energy Use• Recycling• Operations
    • 25. 28Core Design Goals• Open Space• Transportation• Water• Energy Use• Recycling• Operations
    • 26. 29Open Space• 40% Open Space• 100 Acre Central Park• Block Connect Pedestrians to Space• Sunlight, Views, and Open SkiesOptimized• Native and Adaptive Species
    • 27. 30Core Design Goals• Open Space• Transportation• Water• Energy Use• Recycling• Operations
    • 28. 31Transportation• Incheon Subway into IBD• 25km (15.5 miles) of Bike Lanes• 5% Parking for Fuel-Efficient Vehicles• Underground Parking• Electrical Vehicle Charging Stations
    • 29. 32Core Design Goals• Open Space• Transportation• Water• Energy Use• Recycling• Operations
    • 30. 33Water• Seawater for Central Park Canal• Target 90% Reduction Irrigation-BasedPotable Water• Target 20-40% of Baseline PotableWater Use• Vegetated Green Roofs• Stormwater Management
    • 31. 34Core Design Goals• Open Space• Transportation• Water• Energy Use• Recycling• Operations
    • 32. 35Energy Use• ASHRAE Standards• City-Wide Co-Generation by NaturalGas• LED Traffic Lights• Centralized Pneumatic WasteCollection
    • 33. 36Core Design Goals• Open Space• Transportation• Water• Energy Use• Recycling• Operations
    • 34. 37Recycling/Materials• Target 75% Construction WasteRecycling• Recycled Content Materials• Flyash in Concrete to Reduce PortlandCement by 20%• Local Products• Low-VOC Products
    • 35. 38Core Design Goals• Open Space• Transportation• Water• Energy Use• Recycling• Operations
    • 36. 39Operations• Procurement Goals and RecyclingGuidelines through FM Digital Interface• FM Contracts Mandate SustainableProducts• Smoking Prohibited in Public Areasand Office Buildings
    • 37. 40Change Management
    • 38. 41LEED Document Flow ChartLEED FacilitatorArupCommercialUSArchitect/EngineerUSArchitect/EngineerKoreaLEED FacilitatorCosentiniResidentialUSLEED Project DirectorPBLEED CoordinatorsPBKoreaDesignersArchitect/EngineerUSArchitect/EngineerKoreaDesignConstructionDesignConstructionCM MCRequestDeliveryRequestRequestRequestDelivery DeliveryRequest
    • 39. 42Songdo ConvensiaLEED-NC v2.2 Certified• Use: Convention Center• Total Site Area: 27,005m²290,680f²• Total Floor Area : 54,054m²58,183f²• Building Stories : B1F, 3F
    • 40. 43Sheraton Incheon HotelLEED-NC v2.2 Certified• Use: Hotel• Hotel Rooms: 321• Buildable Area: 53,119m²571,768f²• Five Star-Rated•First Non-Smoking Hotel inKorea
    • 41. 44North East Asia Trade Tower (NEATT)LEED-CS v2.0 RegisteredLEED-CS Pre-Certification AppliedStartup Set May 2013 after Hold forInterior Design• Use: Office, Hotel• Total Site Area: 155,961m²1,678,750f²• Total Floor Area: 220,550m²2,373980f²• Building Stories: B3F, 68F
    • 42. 45Chadwick InternationalLEED-NC v2.2 Certified• Use: Education• Total Site Area: 71,404m²76,8587f²• Total Floor Area: 51,196m²551,091f²• Building Stories: B2F, 4F
    • 43. 46Songdo the # Central Park I (D22)LEED-NC v2.2 Certified• Use: Residential, Commercial• Total Site Area: 38,778m²417,403f²• Total Floor Area: 204,913m²2,205,560f²• Building stories: B2F, 47F• Number of Units: 729 units
    • 44. 47Songdo the # Harbor View (D13/14)LEED-NC v2.2 Certified• Use : Residential• Total Site Area: 50,773m²546,516f²• Total Floor Area: 238,854m²2,571,000f²• Building stories: B2F, 38F• Number of Units: 845
    • 45. 48Songdo Prugio (D19)LEED-NC v2.2 Certified• Use: Residential• Total Site Area: 31,736m²341,604f²• Total Floor Area: 142,033m²1,528,830f²• Building stories: 42F• Number of Units: 539
    • 46. 49Songdo Xi Harbor View (D20/21)LEED-NC v2.2 Certified• Use: Residential• Total Site Area: 266,822m²2,872,050f²• Total Floor Area: 264,916m²2,851,530f²• Building stories: B2F, 41F• Number of Units: 1069
    • 47. 50Songdo # Central Park II (D23)LEED-NC v2.2 Certified• Use: Residential, Commercial• Land Area: 32,596m²626,277f²• Total Floor Area: 184,588m²1,986,890f²• Housing Area: 147,640m²1,589,180f²• Building stories: B2F, 49F• Number of Units: 632
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    • 49. Suzanne JohnsonParsons Brinckerhoff465 Spring Park PlaceHerndon, VA 20170+1 703-742-5828 (Herndon office)johnsonsuz@pbworld.comwww.pbworld.com
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    • 52. 55Sustainability at Parsons BrinckerhoffDevelopment of infrastructure requiresnot only technical excellence but also“the mind and the knowledge toconceive that which is useful and willbe for the convenience of mankind inthe long run.”It is “not the design that governs, but itsadaptability to the economic and socialneeds of the time.”- William Barclay Parsons (1859-1932)