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Building Green in China

  1. 1. Northwest China Council Presents Building Green in China - A Case Study of LEED Platinum Design by Raymond Cheng LRS Architects, Inc. October 1, 2008
  2. 2. Firm Introduction • LRS Architects, Inc., founded in 1976, is an award-winning architectural design, planning and interiors firm specializing in commercial office, retail, industrial, mixed-use, multi-family housing, and civic projects nationally. • In 2007, LRS opened an office in Shanghai, China to better serve our clients in Asia. • Total staff of 80 people in US and China. Building Green in China - A Case Study of LEED Platinum Design
  3. 3. The Need for Sustainable Design in China “Unlike many other aspects of the environmental movement, sustainable design is a real, practical and long-term practice that could make a huge contribution to energy savings and environmental health around the world--if only architects and building owners would fully embrace its principles..….For China, sustainable design isn't merely an interesting idea. It's necessary for controlling energy usage in crowded and constantly expanding urban areas.” By Forbes.com Building Green in China - A Case Study of LEED Platinum Design
  4. 4. The Need for Sustainable Design in China “China's construction market, which builds nearly half the world's total new buildings every year, and by 2020 will account for 40 percent of the country's total energy consumption......While it contributes 15 percent of the world's GDP, China consumes 30 percent of the earth's steel and half its concrete. On top of which, buildings in China consume a third of the country's increasingly endangered water supplies.“ from Treehugger.com Building Green in China - A Case Study of LEED Platinum Design
  5. 5. What is LEED? • LEED stands for “Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design” • It is a Green Building Rating System™ encourages sustainable green building and development practices through the creation and implementation of performance criteria in the following areas: - Sustainable Site - Water Efficiency - Energy and Atmosphere - Materials and Resources - Indoor Environmental Quality • The total possible LEED points available are 69 (for new construction). LEED Certification is awarded at the following levels: Certified 26-32 points, Silver 33-38 points, Gold 39-51 points, Platinum 52-69 points. (from US Green Building Council) Building Green in China - A Case Study of LEED Platinum Design
  6. 6. Sustainable Site • Channel development to urban areas with existing infrastructure • Reduce pollution and land development impacts from automobile use. • Conserve existing natural areas • Provide a high ratio of open space to development • Limit disruption and pollution of natural water flows by managing stormwater runoff. Building Green in China - A Case Study of LEED Platinum Design
  7. 7. Water Efficiency • Limit or eliminate the use of potable water, or other natural surface or subsurface water resources available on or near the project site, for landscape irrigation. • Reduce generation of wastewater and potable water demand, while increasing the local aquifer recharge. • Maximize water efficiency within buildings to reduce the burden on municipal water supply and wastewater systems. Building Green in China - A Case Study of LEED Platinum Design
  8. 8. Energy and Atmosphere • Establish the minimum level of energy efficiency for the proposed building and systems. • Achieve increasing levels of energy performance above the baseline in the prerequisite standard to reduce environmental and economic impacts associated with excessive energy use. • Encourage and recognize increasing levels of on-site renewable energy • Encourage the development and use of grid-source, renewable energy technologies on a net zero pollution basis. Building Green in China - A Case Study of LEED Platinum Design
  9. 9. Materials and Resources • Extend the life cycle of existing building stock, conserve resources, retain cultural resources, reduce waste and reduce environmental impacts of new buildings as they relate to materials manufacturing and transport. • Divert construction, demolition and land clearing debris from disposal in landfills and incinerators. Redirect recyclable recovered resources back to the manufacturing process. • Increase demand for building products that incorporate recycled content • Increase demand for building materials and products that are extracted and manufactured within the region Building Green in China - A Case Study of LEED Platinum Design
  10. 10. Indoor Environmental Quality • Establish minimum indoor air quality (IAQ) • Minimize exposure of building occupants performance to enhance indoor air quality in to potentially hazardous particulates and Buildings chemical pollutants. • Minimize exposure of building occupants, • Provide a high level of lighting system indoor surfaces, and ventilation air control by individual occupants distribution systems to Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS). • Reduce the quantity of indoor air contaminants that are odorous, irritating and/or harmful to the comfort and well- being of installers and occupants. Building Green in China - A Case Study of LEED Platinum Design
  11. 11. Shanghai, China Building Green in China - A Case Study of LEED Platinum Design
  12. 12. LRS Architects Sustainable Design Mentor Graphics World Headquarters Campus (1993) Building Green in China - A Case Study of LEED Platinum Design
  13. 13. LRS Architects Sustainable Design adidas Village America Headquarters Campus – PGE Earth Advantage Award (2002) Building Green in China - A Case Study of LEED Platinum Design
  14. 14. LRS Architects Sustainable Design Hillsboro Civic Center – LEED Gold Certification (2004) Building Green in China - A Case Study of LEED Platinum Design
  15. 15. LRS Architects Sustainable Design LRS Architects Office – LEED Gold Certification (2008) Building Green in China - A Case Study of LEED Platinum Design
  16. 16. Zhangjiang Hi-tech Park Phase IV Project Conceptual Design 张江集电港四期项目概念性设计方案 Building Green in China - A Case Study of LEED Platinum Design
  17. 17. Zhangjiang Hi-tech Park Phase IV Project Conceptual Design 张江集电港四期项目概念性设计方案 Building Green in China - A Case Study of LEED Platinum Design
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  43. 43. Kunshan Dongxin Street Conceptual Master Plan 昆山东新街概念性总体规划 Building Green in China - A Case Study of LEED Platinum Design
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  49. 49. Highlights and Challenges of Doing Work in China Highlights: • Opportunities to work on large scale sustainable projects. • Promote cultural exchange between US and China staff. • Establish relationships with people with great hospitality. • Challenging opportunities to compete with international companies. • Great Chinese food! Challenges: • Understanding of the Chinese culture. • Fast paced work schedule. • Establish local presence to reduce cost. • Language barriers. • Adapting local practices. • China is a country that stresses on “Who You Know” not “What You Know”. Building Green in China - A Case Study of LEED Platinum Design

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