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Gilbane Building Company. STATE SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY COUNCIL MEETING. Lazarus Government Office Columbus, Ohio August 16, 2012. Introduction. Why do we care? 136 million tons construction/demolition debris in 1996 1 Commercial Construction 2-2.5 lbs solid waste/ft 2

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Gilbane Building Company

STATE SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY COUNCIL MEETING

Lazarus Government Office

Columbus, Ohio

August 16, 2012


Introduction

Why do we care?

136 million tons construction/demolition debris in 19961

Commercial Construction 2-2.5 lbs solid waste/ft2

Example: a 80,000 ft2 school generates nearly 100 tons of waste during construction

1 LEED Reference Guide for Building Design and Construction v3 2009 p358


LEED Certification and Programs

  • Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)

    • Developed by USGBC in 1998

    • Third Party Certification

    • Certified, Silver, Gold, Platinum

  • Rating Systems:

    • New Construction (NC)

    • Existing Buildings (EB)

    • Commercial Interiors (CI)

    • Core and Shell (CS)

    • Schools

    • Retail

    • Healthcare

    • Homes

    • Neighborhood Development


LEED New Construction Checklist

  • Categories for LEED v3 New Construction Credits:

    • Sustainable Sites (24 points possible)

    • Water Efficiency (11 points possible)

    • Energy and Atmosphere (33 points possible)

    • Materials and Resources (13 points possible)

      • Building Reuse (3 points possible)

      • Construction Waste Management (2 points possible)

      • Material Reuse (2 points possible)

      • Recycled Content (2 points possible)

      • Regional Materials (2 points possible)

      • Rapidly Renewable Materials (1 point possible)

      • Certified Wood (1 point possible)

    • Indoor Environmental Quality (19 points possible)

    • Innovation and Design (6 points possible)

    • Regional Priority Credits (4 points possible)


LEED New Construction – Building Reuse

  • MR_1 Building Reuse (3 points)

    • Reuse/Repair existing structures including roof, floors, and exterior building envelop.

    • Thresholds:

      • 1 point – 55% reused ft2

      • 2 points – 75% reused ft2

      • 3 points – 95% reused ft2

  • Landfill Impact – Reducing the amount of waste associated with demolition of existing building structures will greatly reduce the solid waste generated by the project.


LEED New Construction – Waste Management

  • MR_2 Construction Waste Management (2 points)

    • Divert solid waste collected during construction from the landfill.

    • Thresholds:

      • 1 point – 50% diverted

      • 2 points – 75% diverted

      • Additional Innovation point – 95% diverted

    • Sorted Onsite or Offsite

    • Report in Tons or YD3

  • Landfill Impact – By pre-planning the construction waste management, the project can maximize waste recycling efforts.


LEED New Construction – Waste Management

Keys to Success

Plan Ahead

Buy the Plan

Educate the Contractors

Improve Access

Filling Containers

Removing Containers

Monitor Containers Needed

Documentation


LEED New Construction – Waste Management


LEED New Construction – Material Reuse

  • MR_3 Material Reuse (2 points)

    • Reuse onsite building components not included in MR_1.

    • Reuse building materials salvaged from another site.

    • Habitat for Humanity Restore

    • Thresholds:

      • 1 point – 5% reuse

      • 2 points – 10% reuse

  • Landfill Impact – Similar to MR_1 Building Reuse, reducing the amount of waste associated with demolition of miscellaneous building components will reduce the solid waste generated by the project.


LEED New Construction – Waste Management

  • MR_4 Recycled Content (2 points)

    • Fosters demand for products containing recycled materials.

    • Thresholds:

      • 1 point – 10% recy content

      • 2 points – 20% recy content

      • Additional Innovation point – 30% recycled content

    • Post-consumer recycled content is weighted higher than pre-consumer.

Photo courtesy of buildinggreen.com

  • Landfill Impact – Diverting solid waste is pointless unless there exists a market for its remanufacturer and reuse.


LEED New Construction – Bonus Points

Innovation and Design

Exemplary Performance

Innovative Plan (see photo below)

LEED Accredited Professional

  • Regional Priority Credits

    • Adds weight to credits most important to a region

    • Assigned by zip code

    • 43215: EA_2, EQ_8.1, MR_1.1, MR_2, SS_5.2, SS_6.1


Franklin County Courthouse

Awarded LEED Gold October 2011

Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Central Energy Plant

Awarded LEED Gold July 2011

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