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  1. MATERIALSELECTION CONSIDERATIONS

  2. Selecting Sustainable Strategies / Systems: Explore possible ideas and test for compatibility with: • Project Mission • Climate • Site • Program/Function • Budget • Code restrictions • Aesthetic requirements • Maintenance expectations • Other pre-determined strategies or aspects of the project

  3. Selecting Materials: Explore possible ideas and test for compatibility with: • Project Mission • Climate • Site • Program/Function • Budget • Code restrictions • Aesthetic requirements • Maintenance expectations • Other pre-determined strategies or aspects of the project

  4. Environmental Material Criteria • Recycled • Rapidly Renewable • Salvaged • Locally Manufactured • Locally Harvested • No Impact to Habitats • Recyclable /Biodegradable • Low Embodied Energy • Non Toxic

  5. Environmental Material Criteria • Recycled • Rapidly Renewable • Salvaged • Locally Manufactured • Locally Harvested • No Impact to Habitats • Recyclable /Biodegradable • Low Embodied Energy • Non Toxic

  6. Opportunities: • Steel • Concrete • Sheathing • Gypsum Board • Metals • Trex • Ceramic Tile • Carpet • Homosote • Fabrics • Ceiling Tile • Lab Top • Paving • Millwork Recycled

  7. Opportunities • Cork • Bamboo • Lyptus • Palm • Poplar • Wheatboard • Sunflower Seed Hull Board • Wool Carpeting • Cotton Insulation • Linoleum Rapidly Renewable

  8. Local Resources 500 mile radius

  9. Aluminum and Aluminum Products Alcoa (Goose Creek) JW Aluminum Company (N. Charleston) The Loxscreen Company (West Columbia) – door and door products Metal Fabrications Electrolux Construction Products (Columbia) Socar Inc. (Florence) – fabricated structural steel Vulcraft (Florence) – fabricated structural steel Steel Works and Blast Furnaces JM Steel Corp. (Huger) Nucor Steel (Darlington) SMI Steel (Cayce) Talley Metals Technology (Hartsville) Chatham Steel Corp. (Columbia) SMI Rebar of South Carolina (Columbia) – rebar manufacturing Concrete Giant Cement Co. (Summerville) North America (Harleyville) Hardaway Conc. Co. (Columbia) Concrete Products APAC (Darlington) Metromont (Greenville) Tindall Corporation (Spartanburg) Winyah Concrete & Block Company (Pawleys Island) Chapman Concrete Products Inc. (Spartanburg) Hardaway Concrete Co. (Columbia) Southeastern Concrete Products (Columbia) Stainless Steel American Stainless & Alloy Products (Darlington) Construction Sand and Gravel Thomas Sand Company (Greenville) Vulcan Materials Company (Columbia) Adhesives & Sealants Siroflex Inc. (Greenville) HVAC Equipment Trane (Columbia) Paint Sherwin Williams (Columbia) Waterproofing Materials Hydro-Stop Inc. (N. Charleston) Brick Boral Bricks (Van Wyck) – Brick Carolina Ceramics (Columbia) Hanson Brick & Building Products (Columbia) Palmetto Brick (Cheraw) Richtex Southern Brick (Ninety Six) Lumber and Building Materials Builders First Source (Conway) Lumber and Wood Products C.M Tucker Lumber Companies (Pageland) Collum’s Lumber Products (Allendale) Council Lumber Co. (Orangeburg) Dixie Products (Darlington) Georgia Pacific (Columbia) Norbord South Carolina Inc. (Kinards) Diamond Hill Plywood Company Inc. (Darlington) Furniture Duracase (Ridgeland) – and recycling program Skylights Velux (Greenwood) Local Resources

  10. Environmental Material Criteria • Recycled • Rapidly Renewable • Salvaged • Locally Manufactured • Locally Harvested • No Impact to Habitats • Recyclable /Biodegradable • Low Embodied Energy • Non Toxic

  11. Material Life-Cycle Analysis

  12. Case Study - CBF

  13. MISSION The Chesapeake Bay Foundation • Excess Nutrients in Waterways • Sedimentation • Point Source Toxins

  14. Each year, roughly 97.5 million pounds--comes from air deposition. Most of this comes from Site Water Effluent flow from sewage treatment plants into area waterways contributes Increase in urbanized land relative to population growth: MISSION Nutrient Pollution Sources 2.65 times the rate of population growth approx.300 million pounds of nitrogen pollution in the Bay each year. • Non-point Source Pollution • Water Treatment Plants Energy Materials & Resources Wetlands lost in the lower 48 states between the late 1700s • Air Pollution • Loss of Wetlands and the mid-1980s: More than half (53%) power plant smoke stacks & vehicle tailpipes.

  15. Site Conservation and Restoration • Ecosystem restoration • Stormwater reduction • Minimized site disturbance

  16. Conservation - Harnessing Natural Resources • Passive And Active Solar Design • Mixed-mode Natural Ventilation • Geothermal Heating And Cooling • Day Lighting • Rainwater Collection Orientation Sun Control Natural Daylight Energy Efficient Systems Renewable Energy

  17. Parallel Strand Lumber

  18. Structurally Insulated Panels

  19. Galvalume

  20. InteriorFinishes

  21. InteriorFinishes Cork: Rapidly renewable Durable Soft and Comfortable Quiet Maintained with non-toxic chemicals Beautiful

  22. Case Study - Sandhill

  23. Project Mission & Site

  24. Passive Cooling

  25. Site Palette