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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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State solid waste management authority council meeting

Gilbane Building Company

STATE SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY COUNCIL MEETING

Lazarus Government Office

Columbus, Ohio

August 16, 2012


Introduction

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

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

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

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

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 management1

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 management2

LEED New Construction – Waste Management


Leed new construction material reuse

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 management3

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

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


State solid waste management authority council meeting

Franklin County Courthouse

Awarded LEED Gold October 2011

Nationwide Children’s Hospital

Central Energy Plant

Awarded LEED Gold July 2011

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