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Sustainability and the Airfield – What’s in Store for Airports. FAA Eastern Region Conference March 4 - 6, 2009 – Hershey, PA. O’Hare – Sustainable Design Manual. Completed December, 2003 Developed as a result of Mayor Daley’s vision to make Chicago the “Greatest City”

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Sustainability and the Airfield – What’s in Store for Airports

FAA Eastern Region Conference

March 4 - 6, 2009 – Hershey, PA


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O’Hare – Sustainable Design Manual

  • Completed December, 2003

  • Developed as a result of Mayor Daley’s vision to make Chicago the “Greatest City”

  • Four (4) Project Categories

    • Civil Landside

    • Civil Airside

    • Occupied Buildings

    • Unoccupied Buildings

www.OhareModernization.org


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OMP Sustainable Design Manual


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North Airfield Project Layout


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OMP Sustainable Design Manual Results


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CRAA – Sustainable Design Guidance Manual

  • Completed February, 2008

  • Institutes sustainable planning, design and construction methods into its 5-year CIP

  • Establishes a Policy and Approach to Considering Sustainable Principles when initiating a CIP Project

www.columbusairports.com/construction


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CRAA – Sustainable Design Guidance Manual

  • Apply USGBC’s LEED rating systems concepts

    • New Construction and Major Renovation (LEED-NC)

    • Existing Buildings (LEED-EB) to terminal, airside and landside projects

  • Helps projects acknowledge that a LEED certification goal is achievable


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LAWA – Sustainable Airport Guidelines

  • LA City Council introduced “Greening LAX” motion 10/10/06

  • Board of Airport Commissioners (BOAC) adopted LAWA’s Sustainability Vision and Principals Policy on 8/6/07

  • Guidelines completed January, 2008

www.lawa.org


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LAWA – Sustainable Airport Guidelines

  • LAWA’s sustainability viewpoint follows the “Triple Bottom Line” (TBL) approach


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LAWA – Sustainable Airport Guidelines

  • “Green” versus “Sustainable”

    • A “green” project focuses solely on the Environmental Stewardship of the TBL

    • A “sustainable” project moves beyond green components and includes Economic Growth and Social Responsibility


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LAWA – Sustainable Airport Guidelines

  • Contains 137 Performance Standards:

    • 97 – Planning and Design

    • 40 – Construction

    • 7 General Project Categories

      • general construction and maintenance

      • occupied buildings / facilities

      • unoccupied building / facilities

      • civil – landside

      • civil – airside

      • tenant projects

      • federal projects


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LAWA – Sustainable Airport Guidelines

  • 4 “LAWA – Sustainable Levels”

    • LAWA-Sustainable: Construction (CN) Level (10-12 CPs)

    • LAWA-Sustainable: Level 1 (10-15 CPs and greater than 60 DPs)

    • LAWA-Sustainable: Level 2 (16-20 CPs and greater than 70 DPs)

    • LAWA-Sustainable: Level 3 (21-30 CPs and greater than 90 DPs)

    • LEED vs. LAWA

      • LEED Silver Certified = LAWA-Sustainable: Level 1

      • LEED Gold Certified = LAWA-Sustainable: Level 2

      • LEED Platinum Certified = LAWA-Sustainable: Level 3


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ACRP – Airport Sustainability Practices

  • Compendium of best knowledge available on airport Sustainability Practices across triple bottom line of:

    • Environmental

    • Economic

    • Social issues

    • Issued in 2008

www.trb.com/news


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UW – Greenroads

  • University of Washington and CH2M Hill

  • Version 0.951/11/09

  • Categories / Points

  • Rating System

www.greenroads.us


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UW – Greenroads


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UW – Greenroads


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NYSDOT - GreenLITES

  • Developed September, 2008

  • To recognize project designs that incorporate a high level of environmental sustainability

  • A self-certification program

www.nysdot.gov/programs/greenlites


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NYSDOT - GreenLITES

  • 5 Certification Categories

    • Sustainable Sites

    • Water Quality

    • Materials and Resources

    • Energy and Atmosphere


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GreenLITES - Self Certification Program

15-29 pts

30-44 pts

45-59 pts

60+ pts


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Questions?

Contact:

Steve Moulton, PE

Vice President - Aviation

Reynolds, Smith and Hills, Inc.

[email protected]

w – 630/364/5220

c – 630/561/7184


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