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Corporations to Colleges: Green Building in Pittsburgh, PA, USA

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Mike Schiller, CEO,
Green Building Alliance
Майкл Шиллер, генеральный директор
Зелёный Строительный Альянс

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  • 188 LEED certified buildings in western PA.
  • When my mom tries to figure out what I do for a living, she asks “green bldgs – so, that means saving energy, right?”
  • Two kinds of clay were used, a smaller amount for the stucco or earth plaster – this was a gray clay from a nearby brick manufacturer that was $27. per ton delivered to the jobsite. 2 tons of this clay was used. A red clay was also used for the clay straw infill walls at the interior partitions. Approximately 80 c.y. of this red clay material was mixed onsite for these walls – this red clay material came from a home that we are constructing in the Fox Chapel area near the job site. These materials provide thermal mass which helps to stabilize the temperature of a building. The interior temperature of a high thermal mass building will not change as dramatically as that of a low thermal mass building. The 80 c.y. of clay straw infill added approximately 135,000 lbs of thermal mass to the building. The clay material also creates a hygric mass i.e. walls that can take on and release humidity – this should reduce the amount of energy needed to dehumidify the building. This is the latent cooling. Approximately 35% of energy used in cooling buildings in the Pittsburgh area involves latent cooling. The use of these materials dramatically swings the labor material equation that is more labor is spent and less material cost. While we do not believe that the use of these materials will achieve widespread use in the construction industry – investigating low embodied energy materials with increased thermal and even hygric mass would seem to have promise in reducing the carbon footprint of buildings during their construction and their operating cost for the useful life of the building. The office investigates the use of natural building materials for their low embodied energy i.e. that energy it takes to make and transport building materials to the site. The straw and clay used originated very close to the building site. The structure of the building is conventional steel frame and concrete slab on deck. The exterior walls are constructed of straw bale with earth plaster finished with a lime / sand stucco. Straw bale construction originated in the United States over 100 years ago. There are still buildings that survive from that time period. The interior walls are constructed of clay straw infill also known as cob, and this material has been in use for over 500 years.A porous concrete driveway was installed to allow for storm water management and to cleanse the water. i.e. Beneficial bacteria grow on the gravel below the porous concrete and clean any oil deposits that may occur.
  • Zinc clad deep window pockets provide shading from summer sunbut allow winter sunlight.the ground source, or geothermal wells, and the associated piping and pumps. Pump energy, which uses one tenth of the energy as fan energy, is used to heat and cool the building. During the winter the water to water source heat pumps are used to raise the temperature of the water. these are WSHP 2 – WSHP 4. They are not used during the summer – no matter how hot it gets the natural cooling is simply pumped through the slab tubing to cool the building. HP1 runs only during the most humid parts of the summer to de-humidify the building. There is also an ERV, or energy recovery ventilator, that brings fresh air into the building while capturing the energy of the outgoing air – it is like opening a window but having no heat or cooling escape. Finished building showing 2 acres of native plants that were installed by Robin Ernst of Meadeville Land Development using seed mix from her father’s business Ernst Conservation Seed Company.
  • In slab radiant heating was used to heat the building – and a first for the Pittsburgh area is the use of in slab radiant cooling. 6 - 450’ deep closed loop geothermal wells were installed at the site. These water source heat pumps will mine the heat from the 58 d f water in the winter. In the summer the heat pumps will be bypassed since the cool water can cool the building without the use of the heat pumps thus saving compressor energy. A 5 ton dehumidification system is used in the building to condition ventilation air. An energy recovery ventilator is used to mine the energy from the outgoing ventilation air and pass it into the incoming fresh air. Radiant piping in place. This tubing must be carefully monitored during construction to avoid puncture – it will provide both radiant heating and cooling.
  • Identifying Seattle as a high performing building district:Goal – achieve climate stabilization by 2030Existing Buildings – Reduce energy by 50%New Construction / Renovation – Reduce by……
  • Square footage did not change, but percentage did …. Kelly has details
  • We have actually gained 90,900 SF in total in signatures since the launch, but the number we had for ALCOA went down when they finally submitted their form. As Aurora explained to me, the number we previously had for them included their parking garage and the number we have now does not (which is the number we are going to use).In your presentation, you probably want to point out this fact that our numbers haven’t really changed and stress the importance of our data collection during the partner-forming process. All in all, because we are rounding for our number presentations, the total SF change since launch has been somewhat small compared to the total (100,000 SF change on 23.3 million SF total).
  • Slides are from Diane Ramos, ramos@duq.edu Associate Director of the MBA Sustainability program, and Dr. Robert Sroufe, sroufer@duq.edu Murrin Chair of Global Competitiveness and the Duquesne University School of Business Administration
  • Since the MBA Sustainability was launched in 2007, it has consistently ranked among the top 25 in the world for social and environmental stewardship on the Aspen Institute’s Beyond Grey Pinstripes’ survey. The program is among the elite MBA programs accredited by accredited by AACSB-International.
  • Our MBA Sustainability program is aligned with the United Nation’s Principles for Responsible Management. In fact, we were among the initial signatories of this Global Compact. One year program, has two international study abroad trips (maybe Russia would be a destination in the future) and each student will have three consulting projects during the year.The program is grounded in the ethical management of social, economic and environmental resources. We’re among the elite 5% of MBA programs accredited by AACSB-International The curriculum combines rigorous coursework in all the traditional business disciplines while applying and integrating learning through cross-functional integration, professional development , global study trips, and field projects. Our graduates have the analytical and communication skills to solve real problems and inspire productive change.
  • The point here is that we are not just doing sustainability / green building at our new campus—we are infusing it across our locations, have have been doing so since well before we received the Eden Hall property.
  • Only about 30 schools in the US have achieved GOLD in the AASHE certification process. I was somewhat surprised to see my name in USA Today—we were listed as one of four schools who go “the extra step” for sustainability. We were even more surprised and pleased to be in Forbes, recognizing the business importance of sustainability/green building.
  • We now have 90 students in two programs: Master of Arts in Food Studies and Master of Sustainability. In Jan 2014 we hope to launch the Executive Master of Sustainability Leadership, and in Fall 2014 we will welcome the first class of the Bachelor of Sustainability. All programs are very experiential, with lots of problem based learning, client-based research, projects, as well as focus on communication and teamwork.
  • With our three locations, we work with a variety of communities as sustainability partners.
  • Master plan was approved by Richland Township in 2011. We have been growing food and teaching sustainable agriculture since then.
  • This and the following four slides explore the energy, water, and food systems. Hopefully self-explanatory for you.
  • Amphitheater is nearly finished, will be officially open in mid-October
  • Field lab shows contructed wetlands to the left, edible landscaping to the right. Will be open in October.
  • We would be thrilled to have this idea of a center for urban sustainability be part of your conversations in Moscow.
  • We have the Technology, Resource understanding, and People – these are NOT the issues.
  • We do not have the data (1) on actual performance; 2) on payback hx of loans; 3) on future (appraised) value of equipment and buildings), the financing or proven product:
  • But mostly we don’t care enough…but I submit that there are really only three reasons why people care…
  • We won’t win by preaching, by being the scold. We win by relating to people where they are. Where they have FUN.
  • There are lots of doors through which people might pass to reach “sustainability”
  • Think Healthy and High Performance, not Green
  • It is only when you are intimate with nature that you start to see the connections.
  • It is only when you are intimate with nature that you start to see the connections.
  • I started VO and KP to get people outside and give them a reason to care.
  • I started VO and KP to get people outside and give them a reason to care.
  • You have a sense of self – you already live there and get feedback every day. But what about the rest of your “self”? The places where you exist? One needs to develop that Sense of Place!
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    • 1. © 2011 Green Building Alliance1 Corporations to Colleges: Green Building in Pittsburgh, PA, USA Mike Schiller, CEO, Green Building Alliance Майкл Шиллер, генеральный директор Зелёный Строительный Альянс Moscow State University 25 July, 2013
    • 2. © 2010 Green Building Alliance2 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Россия 2013 - Год экологии Russia 2013 - Year of the Environment
    • 3. © 2010 Green Building Alliance3 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Питтсбург, Пенсильвания
    • 4. © 2010 Green Building Alliance4 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс
    • 5. © 2010 Green Building Alliance5 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс
    • 6. © 2010 Green Building Alliance6 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Питтсбург, Пенсильвания Питтсбург, Пенсильвания, 1940
    • 7. © 2010 Green Building Alliance7 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Питтсбург, Пенсильвания, 1980 “Hell with the lid off.” – James Parton. 1859
    • 8. © 2010 Green Building Alliance8 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Питтсбург, Пенсильвания, 1980
    • 9. © 2010 Green Building Alliance9 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Питтсбург, Пенсильвания, 1980
    • 10. © 2010 Green Building Alliance10 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс
    • 11. © 2010 Green Building Alliance11 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс 743 Green Building Projects
    • 12. © 2010 Green Building Alliance12 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс
    • 13. © 2010 Green Building Alliance13 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс “Most Livable City in USA” – Forbes Magazine, 2013 Питтсбург, Пенсильвания, 2013
    • 14. © 2010 Green Building Alliance14 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс
    • 15. © 2011 Green Building Alliance15 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс • What IS Green Building? • Что зеленый здание?
    • 16. © 2010 Green Building Alliance16 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс • What IS Green Building? • Что зеленый здание?
    • 17. © 2010 Green Building Alliance17 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс
    • 18. © 2010 Green Building Alliance18 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс • Sources: 2008 EIA Energy Outlook & USGS 2000 data Impacts of U.S. Buildings + 40% of primary energy use
    • 19. © 2010 Green Building Alliance19 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Что зеленый здание? What is Green Building?
    • 20. © 2010 Green Building Alliance20 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс HEALTH BENEFIT REDUCED ENERGY CONSUMPTION INCREASED PRODUCTIVITY POSITIVE MARKETING AND PROMOTION LOWER OPERATING COSTS OVERALL ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFIT
    • 21. © 2010 Green Building Alliance21 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Rebecca Flora (GBA) Gary Saulson (PNC Bank)
    • 22. © 2010 Green Building Alliance22 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс PNC FirstSide Operations Center – 2001 Third LEED certified building, ever
    • 23. © 2010 Green Building Alliance23 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Rebecca Flora (GBA) Tom Murphy (Mayor of Pittsburgh)
    • 24. © 2010 Green Building Alliance24 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс David L Lawrence Convention Center - 2003 -Largest LEED certified building (at that time) -2012: Only double-LEED-certified convention center (NC, EBOM)
    • 25. © 2010 Green Building Alliance25 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Ernie Sota, President Sota Construction
    • 26. © 2010 Green Building Alliance26 Sota Construction HQ -LEED Platinum, -5th highest score ever!
    • 27. © 2010 Green Building Alliance27
    • 28. © 2010 Green Building Alliance28 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Richard Piacentini, Phipps Conservatory Center for Sustainable Landscapes (Phipps Conservatory)
    • 29. © 2010 Green Building Alliance29 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Net-zero Energy
    • 30. © 2010 Green Building Alliance30 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Net-zero Water: Rain and Storm
    • 31. © 2010 Green Building Alliance31 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Net-zero Water: Sanitary
    • 32. © 2010 Green Building Alliance32 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Center for Sustainable Landscapes (Phipps Conservatory)
    • 33. © 2010 Green Building Alliance33 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс The Center for Sustainable Landscapes Before and After
    • 34. © 2010 Green Building Alliance34 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс The Tower at PNC Plaza
    • 35. © 2010 Green Building Alliance35 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс
    • 36. © 2010 Green Building Alliance36 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Ed Mazria Vincent Martinez Mike Schiller The Pittsburgh 2030 District
    • 37. © 2010 Green Building Alliance37 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс The 2030 Challenge : existing building targets 37Copyright © 2012, Green Energy, Water, and Transportation Emissions Reduction Energy, Water, and Transportation Emissions Reduction
    • 38. © 2010 Green Building Alliance38 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс The Pittsburgh 2030 District
    • 39. © 2010 Green Building Alliance39 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс 30,538,580 S.F. 98 properties 54% of the__ Current COMMITMENTS: Copyright © 2013, Green The Pittsburgh 2030 District
    • 40. © 2010 Green Building Alliance40 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Christine Mondor, evolve ea
    • 41. © 2010 Green Building Alliance41 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс COMMUNITY PROGRAM SITE PROGRAM INFRASTRUCTURE STABILIZE CONSOLIDATE RESOURCES GROW ECONOMIC SECURITY DIVERSIFY INCREASE RESILIENCY SUSTAIN MAINTAIN VIBRANCY
    • 42. © 2010 Green Building Alliance42 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс
    • 43. © 2010 Green Building Alliance43 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс
    • 44. © 2010 Green Building Alliance44 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс 44
    • 45. © 2010 Green Building Alliance45 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс University Programs in Green Building and Sustainability
    • 46. © 2010 Green Building Alliance46
    • 47. © 2010 Green Building Alliance47 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Program: • Internationally-accredited and ranked curriculum • Rigorous coursework in all business disciplines • Application of cutting- edge models for integrated bottom line results • First-hand investigation of global best practices Outcomes: • Competency for ethically managing human, environmental, and financial resources • Analytical tools for solving complex problems in a global economy • Communication skills for inspiring innovation and leading change
    • 48. © 2010 Green Building Alliance48 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Aligned with Principles for Responsible Management Education Program Foundations Program Design &Curriculum Delivery Model
    • 49. © 2010 Green Building Alliance49 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Carnegie Mellon University and The Center for Building Performance & Diagnostics 35 years of MS & PhD graduates 20 Years of ABSIC The Advanced Building Systems Integration Consortium 10 years an NSF Industry University Cooperative Research Center 10 Years of the Intelligent Workplace A living laboratory of systems integration for advanced building performance Next: Invention Works: The Building as Power Plant, a MMXCarneg Center for Building Performance and Diagnostics, a NSF/IUCRC, and ABSIC at Carnegie Mellon
    • 50. © 2010 Green Building Alliance50 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс • Green Buildings • Since 2000, Carnegie Mellon has been following the USGBC guidelines for Silver or Gold ratings, LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design).
    • 51. © 2010 Green Building Alliance51 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс SEARCH
    • 52. © 2010 Green Building Alliance52 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс • Curriculum Integration • Center for Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology (CEINT) • Center for Climate and Energy Decision Making • The Center for Risk Perception and Communication • Center for Ethics and Policy • Center for Sensed Critical Infrastructure (CenSCIR) • Center for Building Performance and Diagnostics • Center for International Corporate Responsibility • Center for Atmospheric Particle Studies • Western Pennsylvania Brownfields Center • Electricity Industry Center • Center for Iron and Steelmaking Research • Center for Sustainable Engineering • Studio for Creative Inquiry • Water QUEST
    • 53. © 2010 Green Building Alliance53 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс The Intelligent Workplace Living Lab & The Center for Building Performance and Diagnostics The CBPD in the School of Architecture at Carnegie Mellon University works hand in hand with the Advanced Building Systems Integration Consortium (ABSIC) to undertake research, demonstration and policy activities driven to transform the built environment. The CBPD was the first NSF Industry- Industry University Cooperative Research Center dedicated to the building industry in the United States, and one of only two in the history of the NSF IU/CRC.
    • 54. © 2010 Green Building Alliance54 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Center for Building Performance and Diagnostics, a NSF/IUCRC, and ABSIC at Carnegie Mellon Faculty in the CBPD/Architecture dedicated to Systems Integration for Sustainability Volker Hartkopf, PhD, RA, Director David Archer, PhD, PE Nina Baird, LEED AP Erica Cochran, LEED AP Azizan Aziz, LEED AP Khee Poh Lam, PhD, RIBA Steve Lee AIA, LEED AP Vivian Loftness, FAIA, LEED AP Associated Faculty: Civil and Environmental Engineering Heinz School of Public Policy and Management School of Computer Science/ ECE School of Design Engineering and Public Policy University of Pittsburgh Sustainable Construction Chatham Sustainable Landscapes University Collaborations: University of Stuttgart University of Braunschweig University of Darmstadt Technion University, Israel
    • 55. © 2010 Green Building Alliance55 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс BPD PhD Graduates 1980-2010 Chiu, Mao-Lin Kessner, Christine Wilson Cote, Pierre Lam, Khee Poh Berberidou (Kallivoka), Liana Mathew, Paul Li, Zhonghu Tu, Kung-Jen Wong, Nyuk Hien Kumar, Satish Shankavaram, Jayakrishna Ries, Robert Brahme, Rohini Chang, Seongju Suter, Georg Pal, Vineeta Eissa, Hesham Ilal, Mustafa Emre Gurtekin,Beran Mahattanatawe, Prechaya Mertz (Bosko), Kristie Mo , Zhengchun Mahattanatawe, Prechaya Boonyakiat, Jayada Yoon, Heakyung Yin, Hongxi Hua, Ying Center for Building Performance and Diagnostics, a NSF/IUCRC, and ABSIC at Carnegie Mellon Qu, Ming Zhai, Chaoqin Betz, Fred Chiou, Yun-Shang Choi, Joonho Srivastava, Viraj Dong, Bing PhD Candidates Baird, Nina Cochran, Erica Leininger, Chris Gu, Yun Park, Ji-Hyun Hu, Yang Huang, Yi Chun Karaguzel, Omer Zhang,RongPeng Snyder, Megan Zhao, Jie Yu, Yuebin Yang, Xiaodi Zhang, Rui MS BPD (since 1980 pre-PhD) MS Sustainable Design (since 2002)
    • 56. © 2010 Green Building Alliance56 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Established in 1988, the Advanced Building Systems Integration Consortium (ABSIC) is a university-industry-government partnership to pursue research, demonstration, and development towards improving the quality and performance of commercial buildings and building systems.
    • 57. © 2010 Green Building Alliance57 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Industrial Supporters of ABSIC and the CBPD • Air Advice • Aircuity • ALCOA • American Bridge Company/Continental • Engineering Corporation • Architect of the Capitol (AOC) • Armstrong World Industries Inc. • Bank of America • Bayer USA • Bechtel Corporation • Bell of Pennsylvania • Bosch GmbH • Bosse Design • BP Solar • Bricsnet • BROAD Air-conditioning, China • Consolidated Edison of New York, Inc. • Consortium (Bosch, Cisco Systems, Deutsche Telecom, IBM, Picturetel, Siemens, Sun Micro Systems) • DaimlerChrysler Global Field Support • Duquesne Light Company • Echelon • Edo Rocha, Architects, Brazil • Electricité de France • Grahl Industries, Inc. • Hüppe Form • ICC Technologies • Interface Inc. • Johnson Controls, Inc. • Josef Gartner & Company • Kimball International, Inc. • LG-Honeywell Co., Ltd. • LTG Aktiengesellschaft • Mahle GmbH (now Linder) • Mori Biru, Japan • North West Energy Efficiency Alliance • Nucor • Osram/Sylvania • PPG Industries • RetroSolar • Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc. • Siemens Building Technologies • Somfy • Steelcase, Inc. • Teknion Inc. • Thyssen Krupp AG • Tyco Electronics • United Technologies/Carrier • Vanadium • Westinghouse Electronic • Corporation/The Knoll Group • Zumtobel Staff Lighting, Inc.
    • 58. © 2010 Green Building Alliance58 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Foundations, Government Agencies and University Supporters of ABSIC and the CBP&D Foundations Gale Foundation Heinz Foundation Wege Foundation International Government Agencies Dutch Government Buildings Agency Public Works Government Services Canada Pennsylvania Government Agencies PA Department of Environment Protection Pennsylvania Energy Development Authority U.S. Government Agencies General Services Administration National Science Foundation U.S. Department of Defense U.S. Department of Energy U.S. Department of State U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Universities Carnegie Mellon University Texas A&M, ESL University of Maryland, CHP Sierra-Nevada/University California Davis Milwaukee School of Engineering Tsinghua University
    • 59. © 2010 Green Building Alliance59 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Guidelines for High Performance Low Energy Buildings Land-use, Site and water Enclosure HVAC Lighting Networking Interiors Building Delivery Process Example clients: State Department, Architect of the Capitol, Electricite de France, US Army CERL, BAC Singapore & of course Curriculum Development
    • 60. © 2010 Green Building Alliance60 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Sustainable Enclosures ensure: access to nature daylighting natural ventilation heat loss/ heat gain control solar heat and glare control load balancing heat & power generation water management longevity & change systems integration
    • 61. © 2010 Green Building Alliance61 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Building Investment Decision Support tool BIDS™ is a case-based cost-benefit analysis tool to support investments in advanced and innovative building systems that improve environmental quality, health and productivity in buildings. The CBPD continues to identify laboratory and field case studies demonstrating the relationship of high performance components, flexible infrastructures and systems integration to the range of economic, environmental and societal cost-benefit indices, with over 300 case studies in the tool by July 2007. http://cbpd.arc.cmu.edu/bids (password protected) and http://cbpd.arc.cmu.edu/ebids (public). 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 45000 Salary Benefits Technology Rent/Mortgage Energy Churn $perpersonperyear $45,000 Salary1 12.5% Productivity 2 $5,300 Turnover3 $765 (1.7%) Abseenteism4 $18,500 Benefits1 $5,000 Health1 $10,000 Technology $1,000 Connectivity (Forrester Group) $3,200 Rent/Mortgage 10 $450 Energy11 $200 Churn12 $244 Lower Respiratory 5 $101 Asthma 6 $95 Al lergies 6 $92 Back Pain 7 $73 Headaches 6 $68 Cold 8 $17 MSD 9 $19 Throat Irritation6 $18 Eye Irritation 6 $18 Si nus Conditions6 Worktime Loss Potential Benefits of Quality Bui ldings CBPD/ABSICBIDS TM
    • 62. © 2010 Green Building Alliance62 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс With the General Services Administration, the CBPD is completing before and after field evaluations of over 20 federal facilities nationwide, and the refinement of a POE toolkit that combines portable instrumentation with questionnaires and expert walkthrough to create robust baseline assessments of thermal, visual, acoustic, and air quality in the workplace. With GIS based data records, innovative data analysis tools from scatterplots to environmental ―EKGs‖ for buildings, this toolkit and the GSA field studies are central to building the business case for high performance buildings. POE & the National Environmental Assessment Toolkit (NEAT)
    • 63. © 2010 Green Building Alliance63 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Intelligent Workplace Energy Supply System (IWESS) & Smart Grids The Intelligent Workplace Energy Supply System is an integrated set of technologies that merge renewable energies with energy cascades to provide power, cooling, heating, and ventilation for buildings. Graduate students and faculty evaluate, install, test, and evaluate technologies for integration in the Intelligent Workplace testbed, interfacing with the campus power, steam, and chilled water grids towards provide a healthy, productive, and comfortable environment for the occupants with 70% less primary energy.
    • 64. © 2010 Green Building Alliance64 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс
    • 65. © 2010 Green Building Alliance65 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Performance Simulation • Lighting, thermal, CFD air flow, site and source energy • Prepare accurate, optimized and well managed models • Support design through parametric studies • Integrate simulation with entire building delivery process (BIM)
    • 66. © 2010 Green Building Alliance66 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Educational Living-labs South Oakland house, Manchester homes Pgh, IW, AWL at GSA, EDF Laboratory of Cognition, Tsinghua Lab, MOST China, 3 Solar Decathlon, Smith College, U Georgia Odum, EDF Campus, DOE Hub Navy Yard
    • 67. © 2010 Green Building Alliance67 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс The Building as Power Plant (BAPP) The Building as Power Plant initiative integrates advanced energy-effective building technologies (ascending strategies) with innovative distributed energy generation systems (cascading strategies) to achieve zero carbon & net energy performance at the same time as individual productivity and health, organizational flexibility, and technological adaptability as an dynamic classroom, office and research laboratory building. Through a series of workshops with leading professionals from around the world, the Center has developed design and engineering innovations for BAPP, and successfully written legislation and received over 2M in federal research funding towards a multi-university National Testbed effort.
    • 68. © 2010 Green Building Alliance68 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Chatham University Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA The emerging mission: Collaboration for sustainable localities The largest solar-thermal water heater installation in Pennsylvania on top of Woodland Dormitory (Rachel Carson’s dormitory when a student at Chatham).
    • 69. © 2010 Green Building Alliance69 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс A lasting legacy. A modern mission. Chatham’s Mission Initiatives: Sustainability and the Environment Women’s Leadership Global Understanding Sustainability at three locations: Repurposed high end residential Repurposed Eastside industrial building Repurposed agricultural site in Richland PA Rachel Carson, Class of 1929
    • 70. © 2010 Green Building Alliance70 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс //honoring the commitment at existing locations First in Pittsburgh to ban sale of bottled water. Largest solar-thermal water heater installation in Pennsylvania. Water management with rain gardens, barrels and more. Use of zip cars, 5% biodiesel blend shuttles and bike initiatives. Extensive campus composting and recyling programs. 100% purchase of renewable electricity. Banned the use of sythetic fertilizers and pesticides. Retrofit of old buildings—heating, cooling, water, lighting.
    • 71. © 2010 Green Building Alliance71 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс //recognition of sustainability efforts ―The greenest campus in one of America‘s greenest cities.‖ – Princeton Review
    • 72. © 2010 Green Building Alliance72 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс //academic integration School of Sustainability and the Environment (SSE) Founded 2008 • Promote economic, societal, and environmental well-being • Learning is active, practice-based, and collaborative • Collaborate with and engage communities in urban sustainability • Master and Bachelor – level programs • Use of campus and community in “living laboratory” research
    • 73. © 2010 Green Building Alliance73 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Downtown Urban Center Outer Pittsburgh Communities Chatham is uniquely situated to move beyond our own “sustainable campus living labs” to create and adapt sustainability policies that guide our entire region. //Chatham‘s sustainable ―campus labs‖
    • 74. © 2010 Green Building Alliance74 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс To build the first campus and program in the world to integrate sustainable development, living, and learning ―from below the ground up.‖ //Eden Hall Campus (opening Fall ‗13)
    • 75. © 2010 Green Building Alliance75 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс BNIM and Andropogon developed a systems- based Campus Master Plan for a comprehensive 388- acre campus for 1,200 students when fully built out over 20-25 years. Construction on the $90 million phase 1 of the master plan is underway. //Eden Hall Campus Master Plan Master Plan credit: BNIM and Andropogon.
    • 76. © 2010 Green Building Alliance76 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Phase 1opening fall 2013 //Eden Hall Campus Under Construction © 2013 Mithun
    • 77. © 2010 Green Building Alliance77 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс //impact area: energy © 2013 Mithun
    • 78. © 2010 Green Building Alliance78 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс //impact area: water © 2013 Mithun
    • 79. © 2010 Green Building Alliance79 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс //impact area: food & sustainable agriculture © 2013 Mithun
    • 80. © 2010 Green Building Alliance80 AMPHITHEATER Hilda Willis
    • 81. © 2010 Green Building Alliance81 FIELD LAB
    • 82. © 2010 Green Building Alliance82 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс //the next phase Drawing on our campus “living labs” and our outreach work to-date, Chatham and SSE are designing a center for urban sustainability to create a more sustainable region for the future.
    • 83. © 2010 Green Building Alliance83 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Current Challenges
    • 84. © 2010 Green Building Alliance84 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Current Challenges
    • 85. © 2010 Green Building Alliance85 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Current Challenges DATA CAPITAL
    • 86. © 2010 Green Building Alliance86 - Ben Franklin (Jedi Master)
    • 87. © 2010 Green Building Alliance87 Green Building Alliance >> Strategic Plan & Initiatives
    • 88. © 2010 Green Building Alliance88 Green Building Alliance >> Strategic Plan & Initiatives
    • 89. © 2010 Green Building Alliance89 Green Building Alliance >> Strategic Plan & Initiatives
    • 90. © 2010 Green Building Alliance90 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс
    • 91. © 2010 Green Building Alliance91 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Healthy and High Performance
    • 92. © 2010 Green Building Alliance92 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс - W. Shakespeare
    • 93. © 2010 Green Building Alliance93 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Don't tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass.” - Anton Chekhov
    • 94. © 2010 Green Building Alliance94 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс
    • 95. © 2010 Green Building Alliance95 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс
    • 96. © 2010 Green Building Alliance96 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс Sense of place
    • 97. © 2010 Green Building Alliance97 The places where we live, work, and play will be healthy and high performing. 97Copyright © 2012, Green gba vision
    • 98. © 2010 Green Building Alliance98 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс ―The Stone Age did not end because we ran out of stones. It came to an end because we found a better way.‖ Amory Lovins, Rocky Mountain Insti
    • 99. © 2010 Green Building Alliance99 Green Building Alliance / Зелёный Строительный Альянс