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Anne Scherschligt Haber talks about the process of designing and constructing a LEED Gold building at Plain Green Conference 2008.

Anne Scherschligt Haber talks about the process of designing and constructing a LEED Gold building at Plain Green Conference 2008.

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  • 1. Mary Jo Wegner and her Dog
  • 2. Cherapa Place is a 6-story commercial office complex built on the East Bank of the Big Sioux River in Downtown Sioux Falls. Built on the site of the old Zip Feed Mill, Cherapa Place is proud to be the catalyst for future riverfront development in Sioux Falls.
  • 3. What does “Cherapa” mean?
  • 4. who’s involved • Developer – Jeff Scherschligt • Owner/Tenants – Howalt-McDowell Insurance – RAS – CorTrust Bank – Sanford Health Plan • Architect – Koch Hazard Architects • Engineer – TSP • General Contractor – Sioux Falls Construction Company • TI & Site Contractor – Henry Carlson Construction Company
  • 5. Because of the negative impact buildings in the US have on the environments, we decided to build green. 12% 30% 65% 70% Water Use Greenhouse Waste Electricity Gas Emissions Output Consumption
  • 6. United States Green Building Council Mission: To transform the way buildings and communities are designed, built and operated, enabling an environmentally and socially responsible, healthy, and prosperous environment that improves the quality of life.
  • 7. United States Green Building Council Mission: To transform the way buildings and communities are designed, built and operated, enabling an environmentally and socially responsible, healthy, and prosperous environment that improves the quality of life.
  • 8. Average Savings of Green Buildings WASTE COST WATER SAVINGS USE 50-90% CARBON SAVINGS SAVINGS 30-50% 35% ENERGY SAVINGS 30% Source: Capital E
  • 9. What is the LEED System? LEADERSHIP in ENERGY and ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN A leading-edge system for certifying DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, & OPERATIONS of the greenest buildings in the world
  • 10. What is the Scores are tallied for LEED System? different aspects of efficiency and design in appropriate categories. LEADERSHIP in ENERGY and For instance, LEED ENVIRONMENTAL assesses in detail: DESIGN 1. Site Planning 2. Water Management A leading-edge 3. Energy Management system for 4. Material Use certifying 5. Indoor DESIGN, Environmental CONSTRUCTION, Air Quality & OPERATIONS 6. Innovation & of the greenest Design Process buildings in the world
  • 11. What is the Scores are tallied for LEED System? different aspects of efficiency and design in appropriate categories. LEADERSHIP in ENERGY and For instance, LEED ENVIRONMENTAL assesses in detail: DESIGN 1. Site Planning 2. Water Management A leading-edge 3. Energy Management system for 4. Material Use certifying 5. Indoor DESIGN, Environmental CONSTRUCTION, Air Quality & OPERATIONS 6. Innovation & of the greenest Design Process buildings in the world
  • 12. The Site
  • 13. This could be our playground
  • 14. The Future… Cherapa Place with the Event Center
  • 15. Developed, Owned, Designed, Built and Occupied Locally. Recognized Internationally