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General Motors Dealer Facilities Bill Hepburn & Gary Laundroche. Example: LaFontaine Buick – Pontiac - GMC – Cadillac. Located in Highland, Michigan 63,000 SF facility Pursuing a LEED “Gold” certification. Would be one of the first Gold certified dealerships in USA

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General Motors Dealer FacilitiesBill Hepburn & Gary Laundroche


Example:LaFontaine Buick – Pontiac - GMC – Cadillac

  • Located in Highland, Michigan

  • 63,000 SF facility

  • Pursuing a LEED “Gold” certification.

  • Would be one of the first Gold certified dealerships in USA

  • Dealers are independent businesses.


Short Term Goals

  • Assist our dealers:

    • Reduce energy use & cost

    • Develop a competitive advantage in the market place

    • Market & sell vehicles to environmentally conscious consumers

      • Expect an increase in sales

    • Improve image in the community

      • Part of solution – Not part of the problem

      • Stimulate local economies with regional materials

    • “Do the right thing”


Long Term Goals

  • Assist our dealers:

    • Reduce negative impact on the environment

    • Reduce long term lifecycle cost

    • Reduce the impact of spikes in energy cost

    • Help the local community

    • Be a good corporate citizen


Barriers to Success

  • Decision to go for LEED certification made too late in process

  • Project team including Architect, Contractors and Suppliers lacked LEED knowledge and experience at onset of project

    • Steep learning curve & sub education needed

    • Additional coordination efforts needed

  • General perception cost of construction would be considerably higher

    • Industry executives recently estimated 13-18%* incremental cost

  • Perception more difficult to build

  • General belief LEED is cost prohibitive

    * As reported by Market Barometer, Turner Construction


Business Case for Sustainability

  • Economic Benefits:

    • Reduced utility cost 2-30 %*

    • Improved employee productivity 2-16%*

    • Reduce total lifecycle cost over 20 years**

    • Sales & marketing benefits

    • Tax deductions & energy credits

  • Health & Community Benefits

    • Easier community permitting & less red tape

      in some cases

  • Environmental Benefits

* As reported by US Green Building Council (USGBC)

** As reported “The Cost of Green Revisited” Davis Langdon, July 2007


Best Practices & Lessons Learned

  • Make decision to go for LEED certification early in process

    • Before site selection

  • Assemble a team of LEED accredited

    professionals with experience in designing

    & building “Green” buildings

  • LEED is about more than “Green” – it’s

    about sustainability for generations to come


Sustainability at PepsiCo

Tim Carey


Global Food and Beverage Company

Over $35 Billion in Revenue, more than $6 Billion in Profit

17 billion-dollar brands

Major Operating Sectors

PepsiCo Americas Foods

(Frito Lay, Quaker Foods and Snacks)

PepsiCo Americas Beverages

(Pepsi Cola, Gatorade, Tropicana)

PepsiCo International

Profile of PepsiCo


Our Evolution

Phase I – Environmental:

  • Reduce environmental impact by improving PepsiCo’s operational effectiveness and eco-efficiency

  • Strengthen corporate environmental governance mechanisms

  • Enhance external communications and transparency

    Phase II – Social:

  • Through engagement, address key social issues local and global. AIDS/HIV, child labor, safety

    Phase III – Integration:

  • Full integration of the three legs of sustainability into all decision making

Phase 3

Phase 2

Phase 1

Integration

Maturity

Social

Environmental

2010

1990s

2000


Energy and Water

Environmental Platforms

Resource Conservation

2010 Goals = 30% reduction over 2004

To date savings: PepsiCo-Chicago

-- 1 billion gallons water

-- 520,000 equivalent bbl’s of oil

-- 386 million KWHs

Technology Development

- Faster product lines

- On-Site Bottle Delivery

- Waterless Rinsing

  • World Class Conservation

  • Largest LEED Bev Sites in World

  • Largest Energy Credits in World

  • Energy Star “Partner of Year”

  • (4) LEED Sites

  • - Facility Efficiency

  • - Process Innovation

  • - Sustainability Education


LEED Certification

Blue Ridge Gatorade Plant, 2nd Largest Food /Beverage

LEED Site in the World – LEED Gold – April 2007

Future

PepsiCo Chicago Headquarters will be the first PepsiCo office to achieve LEED Certification – JUL’08

Future

Tolleson, AZ Gatorade Plant

LEED GOLD – AUG’07

Pryor, OK Gatorade Plant, Largest Food/Beverage LEED site in the World – April 2008 -- LEED GOLD

Central Florida Gatorade DC

LEED GOLD – ca 2009


Example Projects – Facilities

Photovoltaics—Fullerton Warehouse

  • Capture Sun’s energy 

    convert to electricity

  • Warehouse will be off-grid during peak hours (11AM to 3PM)

  • Start-up May 2008

  • Target savings ~1,000 barrels of oil/year


Example Projects – Manufacturing

Nearly 63mm Gallons of Juice Storage

Tropicana Unit Train backhaul program

Modified storage and transportation methods

  • Significant decrease in operating costs

  • Reduced electrical consumption

  • Reduced waste water discharge and treatment costs

  • Significantly reduced GHG emissions


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