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  • 1. Integrating Sustainability intoPublic SpacesPresented byNicole Holmes, PE Randall Luther, AIA Ryan ShubinLEED AP BD+C NCARB Design AssociateProject Manager Principal Mikyoung Kim DesignNitsch Engineering Tai Soo Kim Partners ArchitectsSeptember 20, 2012
  • 2. OUTLINE1. INTRODUCTION (NICOLE)2. THEMES: - WATER (NICOLE) - LANDSCAPE (RYAN)1. CASE STUDY (RANDALL)2. DISCUSSION (ALL)
  • 3. Frick Park Environmental Center, Pittsburgh Parks ConservancyImages: Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, La Quatra Bonci Associates
  • 4. What makes a place great?
  • 5. What makes a place great?What makes a place sustainable?
  • 6. What makes a place sustainable? LIVING BUILDING CHALLENGE “PETALS”
  • 7. Water Photo: OLIN
  • 8. Historic Precedents BEATRIX FARRANDLADY BIRD JOHNSONWILDFLOWER CENTER FREDERICK LAW OLMSTEAD
  • 9. Past-Present “Precedents”CONVENTIONAL STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
  • 10. A “New” Approach
  • 11. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, JOHN PAUL JONES ARENASTREAM DAYLIGHTING AND FLOODPLAIN RESTORATION
  • 12. UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, THE DELLSTREAM DAYLIGHTING, FEATURE POND, AND WETLAND RESTORATION
  • 13. MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (MIT) STATA CENTERWETLAND OUTWASH BASIN AND RAINWATER HARVESTING
  • 14. PRINCETON UNIVERSITY FRICK CHEMISTRY LABORATORYWOODLAND BUFFER RESTORATION AND RAIN GARDENS
  • 15. YALE UNIVERSITY KROON HALLSTORMWATER TREATMENT BASIN AND RAINWATER HARVESTING
  • 16. McCARTHY-TOWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (ACTON, MA)STORMWATER WETLANDS AND OUTDOOR LEARNING LABORATORY
  • 17. Public Art InstallationsH.O SMITH BOTANICAL GARDEN AT THE ARBORETUM AT PENN STATEARTIST: STACY LEVYSPRINGSIDE SCHOOL, PHILADELPHIA, PAPHILADELPHIA WATER DEPARTMENT AND THE PENNSYLVANIA HORTICULTURAL SOCIETYARTIST: STACY LEVY
  • 18. Landscape
  • 19. Moylan Elementary School Courtyard. Hartford, Connecticut
  • 20. Moylan Elementary School Courtyard. Hartford, Connecticut
  • 21. McKinley Elementary School. Fairfield, Connecticut
  • 22. Experiential Learning in the Environment-Classroom without ceiling or walls- Opportunity for hands-on learning outdoors- Learning about flora, fauna, role of trees in society and our role in a greater ecosystem
  • 23. University of Chicago Laboratory Schools. Chicago, Illinois
  • 24. Outdoor ClassroomRogers International Magnet School. Stamford, Connecticut
  • 25. Outdoor ClassroomRogers International Magnet School. Stamford, Connecticut
  • 26. Making Natural Systems Visible
  • 27. learning from visible natural systemsExperiential Learning with Water- Human use and relation to water- Understanding of hydrological systems at the micro and macro scale- Learning the driving forces and constrains of water in our society- Value of clean water
  • 28. ChonGae Canal Restoration Project. Seoul, Korea
  • 29. Mount Tabor Middle School Rain Garden. Portland, Oregon designed By: Kevin Robert Perry
  • 30. SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry. Syracuse, New York Rogers International Magnet School. Stamford, Connecticut
  • 31. SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry. Syracuse, New York
  • 32. Stamford Environmental Magnet School Tai Soo Kim Partners – architect Spiegel Zamelnik & Shah – structure Fuss & O’Neill – civil BVH Integrated Services – MEP/FP CR3 – landscape Viridian Energy & Environmental – LEED Mikyoung Kim – landscape CCR Pyramid – technology Nitsch Engineering – storm & biofiltration RIS – food service
  • 33. Reuse of Existing Foundation 1. Existing building 2. Building removed, basement saved 3. Basement divided: 4. Rain garden with an observation boardwalk above South side - mechanical room the retention tank. North side - retention tank for storm water Green roof above common spaces spans distance from existing hill to second floor science and art rooms.
  • 34. Aerial View
  • 35. Site Plan
  • 36. 1st Floor Plan
  • 37. 2nd Floor Plan
  • 38. Ecological Planning Intentions
  • 39. Drainage Studies
  • 40. Drainage Studies
  • 41. Fabricated Stream
  • 42. Fabricated Stream
  • 43. Fabricated Stream Stream and Rain Garden at Main Entry
  • 44. Rain Garden
  • 45. MeadowStream and RainGarden from Meadow
  • 46. Meadow Rogers International Magnet School. Stamford, Connecticut
  • 47. Green Roof | Classroom
  • 48. Green Roof | Classroom
  • 49. Wind Turbine
  • 50. Day Lighting
  • 51. Day Lighting
  • 52. Discussion PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS -COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT -STAKEHOLDER INVOLVEMENT -LOCAL/REGIONAL PRIORITIES -GOAL-SETTING -BUDGETING -FUNDING -DESIGNER SELECTION PROCESS -INTEGRATED DESIGN PROCESS -EDUCATION -CONSTRUCTION/COMMISSIONING -OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
  • 53. Contact Information Nicole Holmes Nitsch Engineering nholmes@nitscheng.com (617) 338 - 0063 Randall Luther Tai Soo Kim Partners Architects rluther@tskp.com (860) 547 – 1970 Ryan Shubin Mikyoung Kim Design rms@mikyoungkim.com (617) 782 - 9130