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DPW/BD&C Goals & Objectives. Impacts and Benefits Rating Tools Overview Green Globes LEED Costs Contract Requirements. Industry Responsibility Why must we change?. DPW / State of Connecticut DPW Impacts. As of fiscal year ending 2008:.

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dpw bd c goals objectives
DPW/BD&C Goals & Objectives
  • Impacts and Benefits
  • Rating Tools Overview
    • Green Globes
    • LEED
  • Costs
  • Contract Requirements
dpw state of connecticut dpw impacts
DPW / State of ConnecticutDPW Impacts

As of fiscal year ending 2008:

  • State owned building floor area = 62,762,347 gsf in 3,780 structures.
  • Most recent gains attributable to UCONN, CSU System, Community Technical Colleges and UCONN Health Center.
  • DPW construction contracts completed = $183,289,039
  • Let 114 consultant contracts = $24,888,896
  • from the State Properties Review Board 2007-2008 ‘Annual Report to the Governor’
dpw bd c ct statute requirements
DPW/BD&C CT Statute Requirements
  •       Building construction standards for new construction of certain state facilities. (a) …. any new construction of a state facility, except salt sheds, parking garages, maintenance facilities or school construction, that is projected to cost five million dollars or more, and is approved and funded on or after January 1, 2007, shall comply with the regulations adopted pursuant to subsection (b) of this section. ……      (b) Not later than January 1, 2007, …….. adopt building construction standards that are consistent with or exceed the silver building rating of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design's rating system for new commercial construction and major renovation projects, as established by the United States Green Building Council, or an equivalent standard, including, but not limited to, a two-globe rating in the Green Globes USA design program, and thereafter update such regulations as the secretary deems necessary.
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DPW/BD&C CT Statute Requirements
  • 2007 CGS 16a-38k.
    • 1) new construction of a state facility that is projected to cost five million dollars or moreand for which all budgeted project bond funds are ALLOCATED by the State bond Commission on or after January 1, 2008
    • 2) renovation of a state facility that is projected to cost two million dollars or more, of which two million dollars or more is state funding, that is “ approved and funded” on or after January 1, 2008, and
    • 3) new construction that is projected to cost five million or more of which two million dollars or more is state funding, and is authorized by the General Assembly pursuant to chapter 173 on or after January 1, 2009. (See 2008 Connecticut Supplement., Vol 2.)

((= ALL BUILDINGS))

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DPW/BD&CCT Statute Requirements
  • Overview of State Regulations (Equivalency) Program Connecticut Required Points (Mandatory) which will be required upon passing for all delivery systems.
  • Required Building Commissioning
  • Integrated Design Process
  • 21% Better than Code
  • Indoor Air Quality Management Plan
  • Water Efficiency – 20% Better than Code
  • Recycling of Materials
  • Erosion/Sedimentation Control
  • Sustainable Site Development
  • No Smoking Policy
  • Integrated Pest Management Plan
  • CFC Refrigerant Ban or Phase-out Plan
  • Metering of Buildings
dpw state of connecticut dpw responsibility
DPW / State of ConnecticutDPW Responsibility
  • Implementing LEED and/or Green Globes to meet Connecticut State statutes for building construction.
  • Establishing equivalents.
  • Training Staff…..

That means YOU !!

green globes ratings and assessment tools
Green Globes™ Ratings and Assessment Tools
  • New Buildings or Significant Renovation
  • Management and Operation of Existing Buildings
  • Building Emergency Management Assessment BEMA
  • Fit Up

Buildings that have a predicted rating of 35% or more can pursue third-party assessment. Third-party assessment is required to publicize your building as a Green Globes rated/certified building.

One to four globes are possible and our recognition program includes a plaque and PR kit. Case study development is encouraged.

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1 Project Management (100 pts. possible)

Integrated design process

Environmental purchasing

Commissioning (plans for systems testing after construction)

Emergency response plan

Emergency response flip charts

Environmental ChoiceTM Program

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Green Globes v.0 – Areas of Assessment

2 Site (120 pts. possible)

  • Development area
  • Ecological impacts (erosion, heat island, light pollution)
  • Watershed features
  • Site ecology enhancement

Natural corridor and Riparian Zone

Green roof

Brownfield

Native plant species – Bullrushes, Goldenrod, and Switchgrass

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Green Globes v.0 – Areas of Assessment

3 Energy (300 pts. possible)

Energy performance - benchmark to EPA Energy Star, pts. start at 75 mark

Reduced demand (space optimization, microclimatic design, daylighting, envelope design, metering)

Energy efficiency features (lighting, heating & cooling equipment).

Renewable energy

Transportation

Solar panels

Hydrogen station

Efficient lighting

Bicycle storage

Energy metering

Wind turbine

Green roof

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Green Globes v.0 – Areas of Assessment

4 Water (130 pts. possible)

  • Water performance
  • Water conserving features (equipment, meters, irrigation systems)
  • On-site treatment (stormwater, greywater, blackwater)

Permeable paving

Solar aquatics wastewater treatment,

Low-flush toilet

Bioswale,

Water-saving showerheads

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Green Globes v.0 – Areas of Assessment

5 Resources (145 pts. possible)

Low-impact systems and materials (LCA)

Minimal use of non-renewables

Reuse of existing buildings

Durability, adaptability and disassembly

Demolition waste

Recycling & composting facilities

Reused Buildings

Alternative composite panels

Recycled carpet

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Green Globes v.0 – Areas of Assessment

6Emissions & Storage of Haz. Materials (45 pts. poss.)

Air emissions (boilers)

Ozone depletion

Sewer & waterway protection

Pollution control (procedures, compliance with standards)

Recuperative boiler

Low-NOx burners

Pest prevention

Storage Tank

Smog

MSDSs, equipment manuals, etc.

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Green Globes v.0 – Areas of Assessment

7 Indoor Environment (160 pts. possible)

  • Ventilation system
  • Indoor pollution control
  • Lighting (daylighting & electric)
  • Thermal comfort
  • Acoustic comfort

Insulated cavity closer discourages mould and bacteria growth

dpw bd c what is leed
DPW/BD&C What is LEED?
  • Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design
    • In 1995 the USGBC (United States Green Building Council) with cooperation from the U.S. Dept. of Energy, developed the LEED rating system to define the term ‘green building’ and to stimulate energy conservation design.
    • Green Building Rating System that provides a suite of standards for environmentally sustainable construction
    • encompasses more than 14,000 projects in US and 30 countries covering 1.062 billion sq ft of development area.
    • the USGBC has stated support for the 2030 Challenge, an effort that has set a goal of using no fossil fuel green house gas emitting energy to operate by 2030.
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DPW/BD&C LEED Point (credits) Distribution

Innovation and Design 7 Pts

20 Pts

16 Pts

13 Pts

7 Pts

17 Pts

33-38

26-32

39-51

52-69

dpw bd c leed credits
DPW/BD&C LEED Credits
  • Pre-requisites
  • Credits – applicability and attainability
  • Design / Construction (certification)
  • Intent
  • Approach
  • References and Resources
  • Interpretations
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Biofilter

Light Pollution Reduction

Fuel Efficient Vehicles

Green Roof

Heat Island Effect - Roof

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Waterless

Urinals

Native or Adaptive Plant Material

Low Flow Fixtures

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Flexible PV

Flat plate PV

Evacuated tube

Parabolic reflector

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Construction Waste Management

Local Materials

Recycled Content

Ceiling Tiles

Steel

500 miles

Rubber

Slag / Fly ash

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Construction IAQ

LowEmitting Materials

Daylight and views

Carpets

Adhesives

Paints

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Evaluate each targeted point or green element:

Studies suggest an initial up front investment of 2% extra will yield over ten times the initial investment over the life cycle of the building

  • COSTS:
  • Not all green elements are affordable for every project
  • Evaluate first costs
  • Long-term maintenance / replacement costs
  • Energy costs
  • Design and documentation costs
  • Documentation costs
  • BENEFITS:
  • Environmental benefits
  • Long term cost savings – energy, operations, replacement
  • Payback period
  • Credit and Recognition
  • “Good will” benefits – demonstrated commitment
  • Increased Productivity
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Other costs associated with LEED:

DESIGN PROFESSIONAL Costs – This involves collecting of the pertinent information during the design process, plus minutes of milestone meetings and needed computations. This is true with both sections of the effort including submission information pertaining to points.

Design Phase Range dependent on the project ($20-40,000)

Construction Phase again dependent on the project ($20-60,000)

If a firm elects to hire a service to take on this duty the only cost we can identify that the design firm will then be responsible for will be the development of computations. Otherwise the fees should not be duplicated.

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Other costs associated with LEED:

COMMISSIONING – The work is defined in our contract documents, this party will be involved in the entire design and Construction process, additionally they will participate in the Post Occupancy Evaluation of the performance of the project. The cost is directly related to the size and complexity of the project and added fees if the project is phased.

Design Phase Range dependent on the project ($20-40,000)

Construction Phase Range “ ($20-200,000)

POE usually a one time effort ($5-12,000)

CONSTRUCTION – Different levels create different costs

Certification (Bronze) Little if any increase

Silver usually 0 to 1.5%

Gold (dependent on the innovations used) 3-6% of Construction

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Example of possible costs for a project:

  • Higher Ed Client - 80,000sf 4 story classroom building - $20,000,000 Construction cost
  • Application Fee $ 600
  • Certification for NC
  • Design Rev. 80k x .035 = $2,800 + 4 Challenges $2,000 $ 4,800
  • Const Rev. 80k x .015 = $1,200 + 2 challenges $1,000 $ 2,200

Total USGBC Costs= $ 7,600

  • A/E Costs Design Fee for Processing and design of LEED Issues including the

recording of the various important meetings and decisions, DOE 2 software,

collection of various materials and meetings $ 40,000

  • Construction fees for processing of LEED Issues $ 60,000

Total added Cost for LEED $100,000

  • Added Construction costs
  • Innovation cost of use of PV for water heating
  • PV costs of $100,000 CCEF rebate of $50,000 Added cost $ 50,000
  • All other costs for higher performance equipment off-set by
  • Efficiency in operation and smaller motors and Elec. needs. $ 0
  • Total Added cost for Construction $ 50,000
  • Grand total of project for sustainable design in range of $ 157,600

LESS THAN 1%

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DPW / State of ConnecticutSustainable Design Implementation

Approach

Provide minimum language in A/E contract identifying requirement for design, documentation, and submission for certification.

Include enhanced commissioning in the Construction Administration contract, and requirements for LEED oversight.

All parties must be engaged at the earliest definitions and scoping of the project.

Do not duplicate efforts for commissioning (i.e. within the MEP scope of services) nor the implementation of the LEED requirements.

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DPW / State of ConnecticutSustainable Design Implementation

A/E Contract Language (base services)

The Architect shall take all necessary measures and shall meet professional standards of care to provide design and other services for the project, including those elements necessary to achieve Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED™) Silver Certification, to file application documents to obtain LEED™ Silver Certification, and to take other measures necessary to obtain LEED™ Silver Certification. The silver level of certification is the minimum required. As identified and established with the Agency and the Owner, a higher level of certification may be achieved.

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DPW / State of ConnecticutSustainable Design Implementation

A/E Contract Language (as a special service)

LEED® & Sustainable Design Services

  • The Architect shall provide the following LEED® & Sustainable Design services to have the new construction receive a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) silver certification. The Architect is authorized to engage the services of ___ for the services set forth in this subsection.
  • Prepare strategic planning workshops with key stakeholders to establish project goals, strategies and establish LEED targets. Develop a matrix report that reconfirms the targeted LEED credits and level of certification.
  • Prepare LEED calculations during the planning phase to demonstrate potential LEED compliance for various credits.
  • Do energy modeling during the planning phase. Analyze & calculate the building’s energy use through the design process. Investigate LEED point eligibility and recommend energy efficiency &/or documentation strategy compliant with United States Green Building Council (USGBC) LEED requirements. Develop U.S. Department of Energy models reflecting the project design. Compare the models to display the project’s energy savings. Investigate the life cycle cost of Energy Efficiency measures.
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DPW / State of ConnecticutSustainable Design Implementation

A/E Contract Language (as a special service) continued….

  • Provide specification language for environmentally preferable products, suitable for inclusion in the Architect’s construction specifications during the planning phase. Include LEED Process specifications during early construction documentation. Assist design team in developing specification language for the green process items related to the LEED program.
  • Provide final documentation and submissions for the LEED-eligible credits. Assemble the documentation and upload to the LEED Online webpage which will be accessible at the time of registration. Submit the LEED application on DPW and the Owner’s behalf to the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) for approval. Respond to feedback from USGBC. Coordinate the application process through the final review by the USGBC. Fees payable to USGBC for the application are to be provided by the Owner.
  • During the construction phase, review the contractor submittals for materials &/or other green products to confirm compliance with the material-related requirements of the LEED New Construction (NC) program. Provide comments to the Architect, DPW and Owner. Provide all final documentation and submissions based on information from the design team. Assemble documentation and submit the LEED application on DPW and the Owner’s behalf to the USGBC for approval. Respond to USGBC comments to gain final approval.
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DPW / State of ConnecticutSustainable Design Implementation

(samples of) CA Contract Language

2. Design review:

Review the 50% and 90% design submittals provided by the design build contractor and provide written comments to DPW as a report. Each report will address site work …….. commissioning, electrical and plumbing (MEP) systems. Each report will also address the design provisions for LEED construction and its effect on the operations of the facility.

5. Supervision and Inspection

d. The Construction Administrator shall monitor all tests, equipment/systems start-ups, LEED certification, systems commissioning and operating/maintenance training.

references
References

Green Globes™ As of June 21st, 2008 Green Globes™ for Commercial New Construction tool has been fully integrated with the Green Building Initiative's main site.http://www.greenglobes.com/

Please click the link below to login and to register a new account:http://www.thegbi.org/commercial/use-green-globes/account/login.asphttp://www.thegbi.org/commercial/use-green-globes/account/register.asp.

LEED™

www.usgbc.org

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Leadership_in_Energy_and_Environmental_Design