This is Every Building

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This is Every Building

  1. 1. GlobalInnovator’sAwardsCORENET GLOBALROD KRUSE, FAIA, LEED APCAREY NAGLE, AIA, LEED AP BD+C8.9.2012
  2. 2. Iowa Utilities Board /Office of Consumer AdvocateState of Iowa 28.O kBtu’s /SF/YR Demonstration Project 21.4 kBtu’s /SF/YR 17.4 kBtu’s /SF/YR ©2012 BNIM
  3. 3. (noun)a paradigm shift in the way business … reduces a new concept topractice and makes it a commercial success … the search for …discovery, development, imitation and adoption of new products,processes … ©2012 BNIM
  4. 4. BNIM RESEARCHAIA COTE USGBC LEED REGEN = Beyond LEED AIA COTE TOP 10 Impact Founder AIA COTE, USGBC, LEED $35-49 Billion Green Building Market 140,000+ LEED Professionals 100+ Countries with LEED Projects 30,000+ LEED Projects ©2012 BNIM
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  6. 6. A PROCESS FOR A MARKET RATENET ZERO READY BUILDING ©2012 BNIM
  7. 7. SIMPLE IDEASAND PROCESSFOR ANY: ©2012 BNIM
  8. 8. [ process ] REPLICATION INNOVATION [ continual improvement ]Waltham Workplace Autodesk | BNIM | Linbeck ©2012 BNIM
  9. 9. TRANSFORM THE FUTURE ACHIEVABLE + REPLICABLE ©2012 BNIM
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  11. 11. Iowa Utilities Board / Office of Consumer Advocate44,640 GSF$204 / GSF building$213 / GSF building + site ©2012 BNIM
  12. 12. EVERY BUILDING Owners Design Professionals Real Estate Industry ©2012 BNIM
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  14. 14. ORIENTATIONNET ZERO READY GEOTHERMALENVELOPE SUNSHADING FACADE TUNING DAYLIGHT HARVESTINGDAYLIGHT PLUG LOAD MANAGEMENTNATURAL WEATHER STATION OCCUPANCY SENSORS TEAM SELECTION PROGRAM INTEGRATED DESIGN PHOTOVOLTAICSVENTILATIONDEMAND CONTROLLED VENTILATION STORMWATER MANAGEMENT NATIVE PRAIRIE TREATMENT TRAIN SITE LOCATION PERVIOUS PAVEMENTOWNER VISION SHARED PARKING RECYCED MATERIALS REGIONAL MATERIALS CERTIFIED WOOD HEALTHY MATERIALS MATERIAL DUALITYCLIENT EDUCATION VIEWS CONSTRUCTION WATE RECYCLING HOURS OF OPERATION OCCUPANT TRAINING KNOWLEDGE SHARINGPLAN ORGANIZATION BUDGET EFFICIENCY COOL ROOF WATER CONSERVATION RAINWATER CAPTURE DISPLACEMENT VENTILATION WIND ENERGY ©2012 BNIM
  15. 15. 01/ VISIONARY GOALS Total EUI : 28.0 kBtu/sf/yr % Reduction from code base EUI 60% Model for othergovernment & private sector entitiesLEED – not discussed at outset ©2012 BNIM
  16. 16. 02/ COLLABORATION + INTEGRATED DESIGN PROCESS Owner ConsultantsIowa Energy Center INTEGRATE = Utility Companies UNITE State Legislature ©2012 BNIM
  17. 17. LAYERS OF DESIGN ©2012 BNIM
  18. 18. BIOCLIMATIC DESIGNDES MOINES, IOWA ©2012 BNIM
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  20. 20. 04/ Replication + InnovationREPLICATION INNOVATION• Orientation • Independent of Power Plant• Shared Parking ©2012 BNIM
  21. 21. FLOOR PLANREPLICATION INNOVATION• Passive Strategies First• Orientation + Planning• Shallow N-S Footprint depths• Daylighting• Natural Ventilation REPLICATION + INNOVATION ©2012 BNIM
  22. 22. REPLICATION INNOVATION• Solid West & East Envelope• Mitigate Heat Gain• Mitigate Glare ©2012 BNIM
  23. 23. DAYLIGHTING STRATEGIESREPLICATION INNOVATION• Daylight / Windows • Light Tubes• North Diffuse Daylight • Daylight Responsive Dimming• Views • Daylight Harvesting Sunscreen • 98% Daylit ©2012 BNIM
  24. 24. REPLICATION INNOVATION• Light Shelf • Daylight Harvesting Sunscreen• Screen Shade • Parabolic Louver Blades ©2012 BNIM
  25. 25. REPLICATION INNOVATION • High Angle Summer Daylight • Low Angle Winter Daylight ©2012 BNIM
  26. 26. REPLICATION INNOVATION • Shorter Furniture Panel System Provides Full Daylighting 70% More of the Time as Compared to Existing ©2012 BNIM
  27. 27. REPLICATION INNOVATION• Cost Effective Precast Envelope • Daylight Harvesting System Becomes the• Horizontal Windows Architecture ©2012 BNIM
  28. 28. NATURAL VENTILATIONREPLICATION INNOVATION• Operable Windows • Weather Station • Building Automation System Alert • Systems Tie-In • Cost Effective ©2012 BNIM
  29. 29. ENVELOPEREPLICATION INNOVATION• Good Thermal Envelope • Thermal Bridging Mitigation• Cost Effective Precast • Non-Conductive Precast System • Material Duality ©2012 BNIM
  30. 30. Material Duality, structural systems as finish systems Agrifiber, a rapidly renewable and regionally sourced material, was used for the door cores Furniture achieves Cradle-to-Cradle certification or equivalent standard Low V.O.C. materials used throughout All furniture within the project is Greenguard certified at a minimumREPLICATION INNOVATION• Appropriate Finishes • Responsible Material Selection • Healthy Indoor Environment ©2012 BNIM
  31. 31. 35% of total material content was recycled 67% of materials were regionally extracted, harvested and fabricated 96% of wood used was Forestry Stewardship Council certified, hence responsibly harvested 89% of construction waste was recycledREPLICATION INNOVATION • Material & Resource Conservation • Sustainable Manufacture and Harvesting ©2012 BNIM
  32. 32. ENERGY STRATEGIESREPLICATION INNOVATION• Passive Strategies • Occupancy Sensors Per Workstation• Geothermal • Demand Controlled Ventilation• Energy Recovery • Building Automation System • Photovoltaic Panels ©2012 BNIM
  33. 33. RENEWABLE ENERGY 19.1% of Building Energy UseREPLICATION INNOVATION• Passive First • Employ Loads Efficiently • Employ as Funding Becomes Available ©2012 BNIM
  34. 34. Energy Monitoring LEED Measurement & Verification Electrical Circuits Monitored • Lighting • Plug Loads • Mechanical Equipment • General Building Loads • IT Equipment Geothermal Loop Data Collected by Capitol Complex Energy Management SystemREPLICATION INNOVATION • Ensures Intended Operation • Identifies Additional Savings • Provides Research and Demonstration Data ©2012 BNIM
  35. 35. THE WATER STORY 100+% of the annual rainfall is captured and filtered on siteREPLICATION INNOVATION • Mitigate Catastrophic Flooding • Stormwater Diverter ©2012 BNIM
  36. 36. REPLICATION INNOVATION• Native Prairie • Stormwater Diverter• Shared Parking • Bioswales • Sediment and Infiltration Basins • Pervious Concrete ©2012 BNIM
  37. 37. 06/ RESULTS $54,000 Annual Savings ©2012 BNIM
  38. 38. 98% 75%Includes PV ©2012 BNIM
  39. 39. IMPACT ON THE ORGANIZATIONIn Addition to Obvious Energy and Operational Cost savingsPlanning Facilitates: • Collaboration • Shared Resources • Operational & Governmental Efficiencies ©2012 BNIM
  40. 40. 07/ POST-OCCUPANCY + KNOWLEDGE SHARING ©2012 BNIM
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  50. 50. Iowa Utilities Board /Office of Consumer AdvocateState of Iowa 28.O kBtu’s /SF/YR Demonstration Project 21.4 kBtu’s /SF/YR 17.4 kBtu’s /SF/YR ©2012 BNIM
  51. 51. BNIM | 317 6th Avenue Suite 100 | Des Moines, Iowa 50309 | 515.974.6462 | bnim.com Join the conversation

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