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Buildings Working Group 5-Year Strategic Sustainability Plan 2010-2015 Submitted to: Campus Environmental Sustainability Team Submitted by: Buildings Working Group December 8, 2009 I. Buildings Group Membership Chair Working Group Members II. Vision Statement

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Buildings Working Group 5-Year Strategic Sustainability Plan 2010-2015

Submitted to: Campus Environmental Sustainability Team

Submitted by: Buildings Working Group

December 8, 2009

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I. Buildings Group Membership 2010-2015

Chair

Working Group Members

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II. Vision Statement 2010-2015

Create, preserve and operate buildings that meet or exceed University needs in a sustainable and efficient manner and effectively communicate and demonstrate these values to current and future generations.

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III. Buildings 2010-2015Group Commitments & Mandates

  • NC General Statute 143-135.35-.40 (Energy Efficiency in Buildings Law)

  • NC State Commitment to LEED Silver Certified Buildings (New Construction & Renovations over 20,000 SF)

  • NC State Commitment as LED University

  • NC State Commitment to American Colleges & Universities Climate Commitment

  • UNC-GA Sustainability Policy

  • NC State Design & Construction Guidelines

  • FCAP

  • Repair & Renovations

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IV. Current Status 2010-2015

  • CVM Terry Hospital – LEED Silver pending

  • Facilities Operations Support Space – LEED Silver pending

  • Hunt Library – LEED Silver goal

  • Student Health Center - LEED Silver goal

  • Centennial Campus Student Housing – LEED Silver goal

  • Talley Student Center – LEED Silver goal

  • Nonwovens Facility – LEED Silver goal

  • Cates/ Yarbrough Plants – maximize campus energy efficiency

  • 13 Bldg Performance Contract – improve energy efficiency (lights, HVAC)

  • EB III – green roof

  • Design & Construction Guidelines incorporate Green initiatives

  • Integrated design approach has become the standard design model

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  • SCO- Life Cycle Cost Analysis and Energy Efficiency Requirements need to be resolved

  • Establishment of sustainable goals at project kick-off with Building Committee

  • Challenges of funding sustainable goals vs programmatic goals

  • Educating users, Building Committee members, etc.

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  • Building strategies:

  • Apply sustainable practices to all new buildings & renovations, including private buildings

  • LEED Silver certification for all projects over 20K GSF

  • Maximize space utilization

  • Minimize new building footprints

  • Create prototype documents for all projects to gain credit for campus-wide initiatives not currently recognized by USGBC

  • Obtain funding & political support to reach goals

  • Build flexible space that can be easily repurposed, plan for multiple uses

  • Consider micro-climate during planning & design

  • Holistic renovations

  • Adaptive re-use and renewal

  • Operable windows & individual controls for occupant comfort

  • Re-use and repurpose materials (doors, windows, hardware)

  • Market campus sustainable efforts, outreach

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Land use strategies 2010-2015:

  • Consider site during Master Planning to maximize site characteristics and climatic benefits

  • Master Plan for most effective development density

  • Respect and restore local watersheds

Energy & water strategies:

  • Reduce energy usage by 20% for all buildings

  • Reduce water usage by 30% for all buildings

  • Employ technologies that help conserve energyReduce energy usage by 20% across campus

  • Reduce water usage by 30% across campus

Academic strategies:

  • Increase distance learning initiatives and programs

  • Engage faculty & students and their research

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Materials & Purchasing strategies: 2010-2015

  • Use materials to help reduce the carbon footprint

  • Encourage use of local materials

  • Refurbish furniture for re-use

Waste reduction & recycling strategies:

  • Identify sources that will assist with recycling of materials

  • Employ construction reuse & recycling methods

  • Re-use furniture and other similar items rather than discard to a landfill

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