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Best Practices Awards Program A program created by the UC/CSU/IOU Energy Efficiency Partnership Program, and funded under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission. UC/CSU Sustainability Conference Santa Barbara, 2006 . LA KRETZ HALL. Best Overall Sustainable Design

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Best PracticesAwards Program

A program created by the UC/CSU/IOU Energy Efficiency Partnership Program, and funded under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission

UC/CSU Sustainability ConferenceSanta Barbara, 2006

la kretz hall
LA KRETZ HALL
  • Best Overall Sustainable Design
  • University of California, Los Angeles
  • George Conde, AIA, Project Director
project description
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
  • 22,000 ft2 new construction project
    • 350 seat general assignment auditorium
    • 45 seat distance learning classroom
    • Two 24 seat seminar rooms
    • 5,000 ft2 office space
project description4
PROJECT DESCRIPTION
  • Building cost: $6,933,000
  • Cost per gross ft2: $315
  • Total project cost: $9,600,000
  • Construction duration: 20-months
  • Occupancy: September 2005
process
PROCESS
  • “Walk the Talk”
    • Home for the UCLA Institute of the Environment (IoE)
  • Needed to find a building site on a land-poor, urban campus
    • La Kretz is built on top of 5 million gallons of chilled water
    • Stacking projects is an innovative and environmentally responsive solution to dwindling land resources
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PROCESS

La Kretz Hall

technical information
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
  • Sustainable Site
    • Transportation
      • Near public transit
      • Bicycle storage and showering facilities
    • Exterior design
      • Reflective paving reduces heat island effect
      • Energy Star roof
  • Water Efficiency
    • Low water-use fixtures
      • 20% reduction below EPA standards
  • Energy and Atmosphere
    • 32% energy savings below Title 24
    • Natural ventilation and operable windows
    • Photo-sensor, office lighting controls
    • Building systems commissioning
    • Metering
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
  • Renewable Energy
    • Landfill gases
      • contribute 17% by volume to heating and cooling campus buildings; 8% of electricity
    • Provisions for future photovoltaic system
  • Materials and Resources
    • Construction waste management
      • 77% diverted from landfill
    • Recycled content
      • Ceiling tiles, plastic toilet partitions, steel, gypsum wall board, flooring, office furniture
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TECHNICAL INFORMATION
  • Indoor Environmental Quality
    • CO2 monitoring and control
    • Indoor air quality management
      • Systems and materials protected during construction
      • Building flush before occupancy
    • Low-emitting materials
      • Paints, sealants, adhesives, carpet
    • Thermal comfort
      • Temperature, humidity monitoring
    • Daylight in office areas, low e glass
  • Innovation and Design Process
    • Innovative land use
    • LEED-AP consultants
barriers
BARRIERS
  • Inexperience with sustainable buildings
    • A new process with new goals
accomplishments
ACCOMPLISHMENTS
  • UCLA’s first LEED NC Silver building
  • Provisions for future photovoltaic system

First

LEED-NC

Silver

building

at UCLA

lessons learned
LESSONS LEARNED
  • Provide thorough “Basis of Design”
  • Empathize LEED aspect during pre-bid conference
  • Require a pre-construction meeting with contractor and applicable subs to discuss LEED related contract requirements
  • Designate a Point-Person to focus on LEED compliance and documentation
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TEAM
  • Mark Voltz, UCLA Project Manager
  • SmithGroup, Executive Architect
  • Englekirk and Sabol, Structural Engineers
  • Ideas for the Built Environment, MEP Engineers
  • KPFF, Civil Engineers
  • Katherine Spitz and Assoc., Landscape Architect
  • Eileen Kopelson, Specifications
  • CDC, Curtain Wall Consultant
  • CTG Energetics,Inc., LEED/Sustainability
  • Davis Langdon Adamson, Cost Estimating
  • Martin Newsom and Assoc., LLC, Acoustical
  • RolfJensen & Assoc., Fire/Life/Safety
  • WestCoast Nielsen, Santa Fe Springs, Contractor
contact information
CONTACT INFORMATION
  • Mark Voltz, Construction/Project Manager, UCLA Capital Programs
    • 310.794.4168
    • mvoltz@capnet.ucla.edu
  • Mark McVay, Architect, SmithGroup
    • 213.228.6900
    • mark.mcvay@smithgroup.com
  • Alan Locke, Engineer, IBE Consulting Engineers
    • 818.377.8220
    • alan.locke@ibece.net
  • Gregory Shank, Environmental Advisor, CTG Energetics
    • 949.790.0010
    • gshank@ctgenergetics.com