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2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation
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2010 Downtown Rochester - Earth Day Expo Presentation

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green building, affordable housing, sustainable, architecture, design

green building, affordable housing, sustainable, architecture, design

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  • 1. A Geothermal Dream Home On A Budget Presented by: Stephen McKay Jr., Associate AIA, LEED-AP, CNU, CGP Dominick Tringali Architects, Inc.
  • 2. Green Building – An Overview: Over the past 20 years, this fast-paced industry has led to a lot of building without a lot of thinking.
  • 3. These homes were complex and contained materials that cause asthma, cancer, allergy problems, and known for being ‘energy hogs.’
  • 4. The industry is moving away from this model over the past few years. Home sizes are shrinking… www.BuilderOnline.com
  • 5. Construction is not the only industry to take another look at over-consumption… Take a look at advertising over the last year: • Target advertising • Back to the basics – Allstate • More emphasis on family • Healthy foods • Less diet pills, more exercise • Hybrids & smaller cars • 50,000 people expected to attend Earth Day Expo
  • 6. What Does This All Mean? Our society is moving away from more quantity, less quality, to more quality, more value.
  • 7. What Does This All Mean? DTA designs a sustainable home: • Healthy • Energy Efficient • Affordable • Designed for today’s buyer
  • 8. What is Mainstream Green? • Designing homes as a ‘whole house system’ makes green building affordable for everyone. • Breakdown into three major considerations: 1. Energy savings for owner 2. Providing a healthy home 3. Constructing a home that will last, with no negative effects on the environment.
  • 9. The 2009 Affordable Green Home: DTA’s green philosophy is: • An energy efficient home • A healthy home • A sustainable home (low maintenance / operating expenses) • 2009 GreenBuilder Magazine “Green Home of the Year” • Two 2009 Platinum Best in American Living Awards for “Best Affordable Home” – Attached and Detached categories
  • 10. The 2009 Affordable Green Home: Our team analyzed the following: • Analysis of site and environment • Analysis of efficient structural systems and plan design • Analysis of construction methodology and building materials/systems used.
  • 11. The 2009 Affordable Green Home: • Deep overhangs designed for sun shading • Shed roofs • Deep porch • Windows on South side
  • 12. The 2009 Affordable Green Home: • 2’ module = minimized waste - Simple 6 corner house reduces waste and labor. • Roof pitch - no waste of roof sheathing • Consider furniture placement & eliminate rooms too big or small. • Minimized wasted circulation space (typically 15%) • No A/C, 2 windows per room
  • 13. The 2009 Affordable Green Home: • Windows and doors placed in 24” module to reduce added framing members - This is where an architect benefits you! • Walls built off-site as a system to cut waste and time – waste was recycled. • Originally designed for slab on grade construction • Built w/ sealed crawl space
  • 14. The 2009 Affordable Green Home: DTA analyzed actual costs of each system and ROI to determine what was most beneficial. - This is where an architect benefits you! • Standard code home: $1,632 / year •Affordable Green Home: $709 / year = Cost savings of nearly $900 / year •This means you can spend nearly $15,000 more and break even each month.
  • 15. 58584 Cory Lake Residence: Geo-thermal Dream Home
  • 16. 58584 Cory Lake Residence: “Before” photos
  • 17. 58584 Cory Lake Residence: “After” photos, showing how much of the original site was preserved.
  • 18. 58584 Cory Lake Residence:
  • 19. 58584 Cory Lake Residence:
  • 20. Concentrate on Systems:
  • 21. 58584 Cory Lake Residence:
  • 22. Concentrate on Systems:
  • 23. Concentrate on Systems:
  • 24. Concentrate on Systems:
  • 25. Concentrate on Systems:
  • 26. Concentrate on Systems:
  • 27. The Affordable Home Plan: Annual Energy Costs: 1,765 Sq. Ft. = $709 The Cory Lake Residence: Annual Energy Costs with GeoThermal: 2,750 Sq. Ft. + Bsmt = 4,750 Sq. Ft. = $400 Annual Energy Costs Built to Code: 2,750 Sq. Ft. + Bsmt = 4,750 Sq. Ft. = $3,000
  • 28. Throughout the home building process, live life, share dreams, experience design to have fun!

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