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  1. BuildTec Solutions, LLC Mark T. Woolley Principal BTC

  2. Introduction • Overview of Rawlins Wy project • Energy efficiency in home building Today • Zoning mechanisms / methods to provide opportunities for workforce housing

  3. Can only one Person make A difference?

  4. Sphere of Influence Self Family Friends Co-workers Neighbors Others with whom you associate (Religious, Educational, and Civic organizations)

  5. Rawlins Wy Project

  6. Rawlins Wy Project • Recognition • Lack of quality • Old Housing stock

  7. Rawlins Wy Project • Recognition • Action • Secured property • Determined general parameters • Requested RFP’s May ‘07

  8. Rawlins Wy Project • Recognition • Action • RFP Process • Initial presentations of 8 to 9 companies • Narrowed to three • Final presentation • Acceptance of Synergy Development • Development agreement

  9. Rawlins Wy Project • Recognition • Action • FRP process • Design & approval process • Currently has conditional approval from planning commission • Working with senior staff • Completion of development plan • Final city council meeting for approval

  10. Rawlins Wy Project • Recognition • Action • FRP process • Design & approval process • Land take down • Marketing of product • Installation of infrastructure • Build out & move in

  11. Rawlins construction • Cycle time • Quality of construction • Energy efficiency • Better use of & control of building materials • Less material waste

  12. Energy efficiency in home building Today

  13. Quote • “If builders truly want to provide ‘green’ housing, they need to put advertising and even editorial messaging in proper perspective and focus on what really matters: building high-performance housing based on actual and proven based science and independent certification processes.” Rich Binsacca

  14. Energy efficiency in home building Today • 1970’s energy crisis brought about: • Tighter building envelopes • Certain level of efficiency in HVAC • Mold issues not before experienced • Significant reduction in energy consumption

  15. Energy efficiency in home building Today • 1970’s energy crisis results: • Today’s needs • Less total demand on energy resources • Conservation of available resources including the use of recyclable products • Alternative energy sources • Focus on building science

  16. Energy efficiency in home building Today • 1970’s energy crisis results: • Today’s needs • Driven by demand / price / demographics

  17. Energy efficiency in home building Today • 1970’s energy crisis results: • Today’s needs • Driven by demand / price / demographics • Major efficiency contributors

  18. Major efficiency contributors

  19. Major efficiency contributors • HVAC • Heat / energy recovery systems

  20. Major efficiency contributors • Building envelope • Standard frame vs. SIP’s

  21. Major efficiency contributors • Insulation • Ceiling / Walls / Floors

  22. Major efficiency contributors • Windows & Doors

  23. Major efficiency contributors • Ventilation • Attics • Wet areas

  24. Major efficiency contributors • Appliances • Refrigerator, stove, freezer, dish washer, washer, dryer, vent hood.

  25. Major efficiency contributors • Lighting • Incandescent • CFL • LED

  26. Major efficiency contributors Examples: • Daybreak community by Kennecott Land. 1670 sq.ft., two story. $365,000. Energy savings of 70% over standard construction.Cost $45,000, 12% additional cost • Refurbish / renew • HVAC, Building envelope, Insulation, Windows & Doors, Ventilation, Appliances, Lighting.

  27. Key concepts • Up front planning • Best practices

  28. Quote • “Start with the basics, use passive orientation when possible, correctly size systems and perform best practices with all installations” Mark T. Woolley, BuildTec Solutions

  29. Quote • “It’s not the cost, it is the strain on the brain through the entire process” Kristin Nilssen, Gold Medallion Homes

  30. Zoning Mechanisms / methods to provide opportunities for workforce housing

  31. Zoning Mechanisms / methods to provide opportunities for workforce housing Paradigm shift

  32. Zoning Mechanisms / methods to provide opportunities for workforce housing Paradigm shift Traditional zoning laws vs. fresh approach

  33. Zoning Mechanisms / methods to provide opportunities for workforce housing Paradigm shift Traditional zoning laws vs. fresh approach PUD rules applied to smaller parcels

  34. Zoning Mechanisms / methods to provide opportunities for workforce housing Paradigm shift Traditional zoning laws vs. fresh approach PUD rules applied to smaller parcels Inclusionary Zoning

  35. Quote • “Inclusionary zoning is defined as an ordinance that requires new housing projects to set aside and price a certain percentage of their planned units at below - market rates, enabling workforce families to afford to live where they work.” Dimensions Magazine June 2008

  36. Zoning Mechanisms / methods to provide opportunities for workforce housing Paradigm shift Traditional zoning laws vs. fresh approach PUD rules applied to smaller parcels Inclusionary zoning Partnering vs. My way or the Highway

  37. Quote • “When do we move past the question, when do we move past the scorekeeping and start making real commitment to the future? For too long now, we have concerned ourselves with how many points we accumulate according to this template or that rating system or somebody’s version of a program rather than focusing on the intended results and benefits that have us practicing green building in the first place.” Ron Jones

  38. Quote • “Let’s make an authentic stand. Let’s exercise our intellect, our pride, and our conscience without regard to the loopholes that are made available to us. Let’s not wait for a third party to hold us accountable. Let's practice green building because we know we should, because we know we need to, and because we want to ensure a healthy future for the planet and generations of people yet to come.” Ron Jones