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WNY LEED Projects June2010
WNY LEED Projects June2010
WNY LEED Projects June2010
WNY LEED Projects June2010
WNY LEED Projects June2010
WNY LEED Projects June2010
WNY LEED Projects June2010
WNY LEED Projects June2010
WNY LEED Projects June2010
WNY LEED Projects June2010
WNY LEED Projects June2010
WNY LEED Projects June2010
WNY LEED Projects June2010
WNY LEED Projects June2010
WNY LEED Projects June2010
WNY LEED Projects June2010
WNY LEED Projects June2010
WNY LEED Projects June2010
WNY LEED Projects June2010
WNY LEED Projects June2010
WNY LEED Projects June2010
WNY LEED Projects June2010
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WNY LEED Projects June2010

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Regularly updated presentation on the LEED-Certified buildings of Western New York, prepared for the NY Upstate Green Building Council Chapter.

Regularly updated presentation on the LEED-Certified buildings of Western New York, prepared for the NY Upstate Green Building Council Chapter.

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  • Built on remediated brownfield Highly energy efficient building systems and recycled materials First LEED-certified factory in New York State
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    • 1. LEED ® Certified Projects in Western New York Presenter: Roxanne Button, AIA, MRAIC, LEED AP U.S. Green Building Council New York Upstate Chapter
    • 2. Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design - LEED ®
      • LEED ® Certification - Pre-2009:
      • New Construction (NC)
      • Commercial Interiors (CI)
      • Existing Buildings (EB)
      • LEED ® Certification - Post-2009:
      • Building Design & Construction (BD + C)
      • Interior Design & Construction (ID + C)
      • Existing Buildings – Operations & Maintenance (EB: O+M)
    • 3. LEED ® by the numbers
      • National LEED ® Statistics – June 2010:
      • Registered projects: 32,210
      • Certified projects: 7,522
      • LEED Accredited Professionals: 140,823
      • 16 LEED ® Certified buildings in Western New York:
      • Certified: 8 (1 through a Pilot)
      • Silver: 5
      • Gold: 2
      • Platinum: 1
    • 4. LEED ® Registered – more than 1700 are international
    • 5. Creekside Village Community Center, SUNY Buffalo First LEED ® Certified Project in WNY and first in SUNY system Photos: Katie Ingraham, UB
      • LEED ® NC Version 2.0, 2003
      • Access to public transit
      • Bike storage & changing rooms
      • No irrigation
      • 30% improvement on energy performance
      • Green power
      • Local/regional materials
      • Low-emitting materials
    • 6. Niagara Falls Bridge Commission, Lewiston LEED ® for New Construction / Certified Photo: CIR Electric
    • 7. Harris Hill Volunteer Fire Co., Williamsville LEED ® for New Construction / Certified Photo: J. Vogel
    • 8. Dunn Tire, Airport Commerce Park, Cheektowaga LEED ® for Commercial Interiors / Certified Photo: Ciminelli Development Company
    • 9. OGSI Audubon Machinery Corporation, North Tonawanda LEED ® for New Construction / Certified Photo: Audubon Machinery Corporation
    • 10. Niagara Falls Municipal Complex LEED ® for Commercial Interiors/ Certified Photo: Ciminelli Development Company
      • LEED ® CI Version 2.0, August 2009
      • 100% Energy Star compliant appliances
      • 100% of paints are low VOC
      • 43% reduction in water usage
      • 26% reduction in energy usage for lighting
      • 25% of site is vegetated green space
    • 11. Gerster Trane, 45 Earhart Dr., Buffalo LEED ® for Existing Buildings – Operations & Maintenance / Certified Photo: Uniland
      • LEED ® EB-O&M, 2009
      • Access to public transit
      • All HVAC and lighting upgraded for energy efficiency
      • Energy Management System
    • 12. Health Now New York, Buffalo LEED ® for New Construction / Silver Photo: CBO Glass
      • LEED ® NC Version 2.1, 2008
      • Brownfield redevelopment
      • Access to public transit
      • Energy efficient lighting
      • Recycled content materials
      • Local/regional materials
      • Low-emitting materials
      • Daylight and views
    • 13. Buffalo Life Sciences Center, SUNY Buffalo LEED ® for New Construction / Silver Photos: DASNY
      • LEED ® NC Version 2.1, 2008
      • Brownfield redevelopment
      • Access to public transit
      • Bike storage & changing rooms
      • Reflective roof
      • Additional commissioning
      • 75% reduction in Construction waste
      • Recycled content materials
      • Local/regional materials
      • Certified wood
      • Low-emitting materials
      • Daylight and views
      • 4 Innovation credits for lab design
    • 14. Burchfield-Penney Art Center, Buffalo First LEED ® Art Museum in New York / Silver Photos: Gwathmey Siegel Architects
    • 15.
      • LEED ® NC Version 2.1, 2009
      • Access to public transit
      • Bike racks and changing rooms
      • Power receptacles for electric vehicles
      • No new parking
      • 40% reduction in water use
      • No potable water for irrigation
      • Recycled content materials
      • Low-emitting materials
      • Local/regional materials
      • Certified wood
      • Energy-efficient lighting and HVAC systems – 20% reduction in energy use
      First LEED ® Art Museum in New York / Silver Burchfield-Penney Art Center, Buffalo
    • 16. Ecology & Environment Corporate Headquarters, Lancaster LEED ® for Existing Buildings / Platinum Photos: Ecology & Environment
    • 17.
      • LEED ® EB Version 2.0, 2008
      • Bike racks and changing rooms
      • Car pooling & telecommuting
      • Reduced site disturbance – protection of open space
      • Stormwater management
      • Reduced water use
      • Optimized energy performance
      • Renewable energy
      • IAQ compliant and low-emitting products & materials
      • Green cleaning
      • Occupant recycling
      • 4 Innovation credits: Green building education, Biophilic design, Exemplary performance for site disturbance, enhanced carpooling
      LEED ® for Existing Buildings / Platinum Ecology & Environment Corporate Headquarters, Lancaster
    • 18. J.W. Danforth & Company LEED ® for New Construction / Silver Photo: J.W. Danforth & Co.
      • LEED-NC Version 2.2
      • 27,000 SF Office & Warehouse building
      • Certified April 2010
    • 19. Research & Information Commons, Daemen College LEED ® for New Construction / Gold Photos: Darrell Moore, Daemen College
    • 20.
      • LEED ® NC Version 2.1, 2010
      • Achieved 39 out of 69 points
      • Occupancy sensors for lighting
      • Energy Star compliant reflective roofing
      • Recycled and low-VOC materials
      • Energy and water conservation measures
      • Daylighting
      Research & Information Commons, Daemen College LEED ® for New Construction / Gold
    • 21. Other LEED ® Projects
      • Also LEED ® Certified:
      • CFNA, Amherst NY – LEED Retail (CI) 1.0, Certified*
      • Dresser Rand, Olean NY – LEED EB-O&M 3.0 Gold (Office)
      • South Lockport Medical Campus – LEED-NC 2.2 Silver
      • LEED ® Registered – Pursuing Certification:
      • More than 40 buildings in Erie & Niagara Counties
      • *Pilot phase, not yet released for use
    • 22. Tracie Hall Executive Director U.S. Green Building Council New York Upstate Chapter [email_address] 315.729.9067 www.greenupstateny.org

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