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Green Building

  1. 1. NIKE RETAIL STORE DEVELOPMENT Green Building Practices February 09
  2. 2. “A Convenient Truth”… As a global citizen, Nike is acutely aware of the need to drive sustainability in everything we do. It begins with concept and design and continues through the entire product lifecycle. The reach of sustainability extends into nearly every corner of Nike Operations. Flawless & Profitable Execution = Premium* Experience US Retail Store Development has turned our awareness into action: Win at the Moment of Truth: when and where the consumer shops Our long-term goal is for sustainability to Strategic Priorities become a part of our daily business decisions to 2. Disciplined 3. Integrate 4. Retail-centric 5. Reinforce 1. Defined Store/Digital planning and supply chain consumer-centric help ensure the health of the natural environment “global” Site execution flows right service, language, standards, within our stores for generations to come. regionally Development processes end- product at the and capabilities relevant and and to-end as a right time; to serve the locally executed. Operations “vertical” place; cost; and athlete XS, S, M, L, XL retailer inventory levels Nike strives to not only bring value to our Store, NFS, Partner and business, but to help secure the vitality of the digital formats. Foundation planet. We are accountable for our financial profits and are committed to addressing the Process Excellence People Sustainability Global process and environmental impact of our actions. Create retail excellence Do the right thing technology standards competencies through leveraged to extend diverse, experienced Assure earth-friendly practices, Nike Retail’s reach teams, inspired by Nike’s innovation and reduce carbon footprint leadership …Green on Both Sides – Environmental & Financial
  3. 3. Why Build “Green”? 3 According to the DOE, there are 76 million residential & 5 million commercial buildings in the U.S. that collectively consume & generate: Total Energy Use Electricity Consumption 6% 17% 14% Greenhouse Gas Emissions 19% 30% Raw Materials Use 14% Waste Output (136 million tons annually) Potable Water Consumption
  4. 4. What is USGBC and LEED® ? 4 The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) is a nonprofit organization with a community of more than 9,000 members from every sector of the building industry united by a common purpose: to transform the building marketplace to sustainability LEED® - Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design is the nationally accepted Green Building Rating System developed by the USGBC. LEED® certification provides independent, third-party verification that a building project meets the highest performance standards
  5. 5. How it Works… 5 To achieve LEED-CI certification, buildings must meet • Certified: 21-26 all prerequisites in the • Silver: 27-31 LEED®-CI Rating System Rating System • Gold: 32-41 and a minimum of • Platinum: 42-57 21 points. SS • Sustainable Sites = 7 WE • Water Efficiency = 2 EA • Energy & Atmosphere = 12 MR • Materials & Resources = 14 EQ • Indoor Environmental Quality = 17 ID • Innovation in Design = 5
  6. 6. 6 What is NIKE doing?
  7. 7. 7 Architectural busSTRUT New “Structure & Design” for Lighting ▪ Simplicity - eliminates conduit – wiring and track. ▪ Flexibility - lights & busway system are interchangeable, reusable, & fully portable. ▪ Effectiveness - lights are used only where needed, no waste. ▪ Efficiency - optimizes construction sequencing – reduces construction schedule, eliminates field painting and speeds installation.
  8. 8. Energy Efficient Lighting 8 Philips Alto Lower mercury T5 Lamp rated Fluorescent Lamps are content combined with average life over the most energy fewer lamps used 25,000 hours efficient and reduces the impact on w/lumen depreciation designed to use as the environment. at only 5%. Lifecycle few precious exceeds Halogen resources in lamps by 90% & manufacture as Metal Halide lamps possible. by 50%.
  9. 9. Lighting Control Panel 9 GR 2400 Turns lights on & off using a relay timer for energy efficiency. 50% reduction in cost compared to Fully digital. Free remote mechanical programming switching devices Complies with energy code laws.
  10. 10. Lighting Control Panel 10 Lighting Control Panel - ROI Calculations Cost Savings Annual Energy Savings w/LC & D - Lighting control only $4,067 LC & D System Cost - Lighting control only $4,200 Construction Materials not Required-Year 1 only $3,250 Reduce Lamp Maintenance (Annual Savings) $750 Reduction in HVAC due to less heat to be extracted (Annual Savings) $407 Total Annual Savings w/LC & D - Year 1 $4,274 Total Annual Savings w/LC & D - Year 2+ $5,224 1 yr savings $4,274 5 year savings $25,168 10 year savings $51,285 Payback-Months 5.95
  11. 11. DuctSox Air Distribution Systems 11
  12. 12. DuctSox Air Distribution Systems 12 Less materials No toxic paint used resulting in emissions from GREEN BUILDING reduced cost to VOC’s (volatile ADVANTAGES produce, organic package, ship, compounds) install & maintain Eliminates environmental Improves air impact at end of distribution and life cycle – no quality sheet metal to dispose of
  13. 13. 13 Polished Concrete Floors
  14. 14. Polished Concrete Floors 14 Reduces 21% less impact from costly than construction or epoxy floors WHAT MAKES IT demolition GREEN? Alternative to Reduces hazardous heating and components cooling loads Exceptional Releases durability minimal & low pollutants maintenance
  15. 15. Signage & LED Lighting 15 Switched to 100,000 hr LED’s ANNUAL ENERGY SAVINGS Per Store = $ 2,223* Total Energy Cost $2,853 $630 LED NEON *Energy modeling study conducted at NFS-Woodburn, OR
  16. 16. Nike Grind Floors… 16 From this… To this…
  17. 17. 17 To this… Nike’s Reuse-A-Shoe Program is a key component of Nike’s long-term commitment to waste elimination. Nike Grind is the innovative solution in keeping millions of old & tired footwear out of landfills. Since 1993, 19 million pairs of shoes have been recycled.
  18. 18. Fitting Rooms 18 Factory fabrication decreases project schedule by 1 week while reducing construction waste & VOC impact.
  19. 19. 19 What are the results of our efforts?
  20. 20. 20 Donating old fixtures to a local charity NFS – Petaluma, CA
  21. 21. NFS – Rio Grande, TX Achieves SILVER LEED Status* 21 44% water savings vs. current NFS average 40% energy savings vs. current NFS average Environmental 120 tons of carbon dioxide emissions Savings Metrics reductions & Performance 29% recycled content materials Measures 100% renewable energy 100% low-VOC materials, coating, adhesives *expected. Info provided by Lonny Knabe, Nike Sustainable Projects Coordinator
  22. 22. NFS – Rio Grande, TX Achieves SILVER LEED Status* 22 Operational Efficiency Savings $36,663 (over 5 year lease - 3% energy inflation rate) Certification Costs $31,710 *expected. Info provided by Lonny Knabe, Nike Sustainable Projects Coordinator
  23. 23. 23 What MORE can we do?
  24. 24. INDOOR SUSTAINABLE WATER ENERGY & MATERIALS & ENVIRONMENTAL SITES EFFICIENCY ATMOSPHERE RESOURCES QUALITY Select LEED Use low VOC Reduce quantity of Use energy Use GC’s familiar emitting materials certified sites water needed efficient HVAC units w/Green Building 20-30% by (where viable) Green clean Recycle all feasible changing to: janitorial program materials Alternative Zero use of CFC Develop & implement Transportation Metal studs to based refrigerants a Construction IAQ which includes: Low Flow toilets contain 65% in HVAC systems Management Plan recycled content a.Rail/Subway/Bus during construction & BOH lighting to access by tenant before occupancy Building reuse- Faucets – use high spec out same as occupants maintain 40-60% efficiency ETS control FOH b.Bicycle Storage & (Environmental sensors/restrictors Encourage Tobacco Smoke) Changing Rooms Develop energy environmentally models for climate responsible forest c.Parking Thermal Comfort HOT WATER regions management Environment & Availability-priority HEATER to be Monitoring before parking for 10-yr lease instant hot. Must At least 50% occupancy that van/carpools use 10% less complies with Green Power usage energy than ASHRAE standards w/2 yr contract allowed. Low “E” Glass