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Analyzing the Eco-District. Alisdair McGregor, PE, LEED AP Principal, Arup Fellow, Arup. Integrated Resource Management. A holistic quantitative model for improved understanding of urban systems and the impact of decisions. Synergy vs Efficiency.

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alisdair mcgregor pe leed ap principal arup fellow arup

Analyzing the Eco-District

Alisdair McGregor, PE, LEED AP

Principal, Arup Fellow, Arup

integrated resource management
Integrated Resource Management

Aholistic quantitative model for improved understanding of urban systems and theimpact of decisions

the irm model

Water consumption/wastewater generation

The IRM Model

land use

waste

carbon

transportation

energy

water

materials

Design life, material consumption

Water consumption rates

Landtake Density Units

Emission factors, trip length, %

Land use demand

Generation

Composition

Supply

Emission rates

Integrated Resource Management (IRM)

CO2 emissions (indirect, direct, mobile)

Energy consumption

Waste generated & diverted

VMTs

Embodied Carbon in Materials

compare baseline and design across multiple indicators

compare baseline with design

compare alternatives

compare with comparable everyday items (e.g. waste generation measured in # of garbage bins)

detect “hotspots” of resource consumption across the plan

the irm model1

Water consumption/wastewater generation

The IRM Model

land use

waste

carbon

transportation

energy

water

materials

Design life, material consumption

Water consumption rates

Landtake Density Units

Emission factors, trip length, %

Land use demand

Generation

Composition

Supply

Emission rates

Integrated Resource Management (IRM)

CO2 emissions (indirect, direct, mobile)

Energy consumption

Waste generated & diverted

VMTs

Embodied Carbon in Materials

compare baseline and design across multiple indicators

compare baseline with design

compare alternatives

compare with comparable everyday items (e.g. waste generation measured in # of garbage bins)

detect “hotspots” of resource consumption across the plan

the irm model2

Water consumption/wastewater generation

The IRM Model

land use

waste

carbon

transportation

energy

water

materials

Design life, material consumption

Water consumption rates

Landtake Density Units

Emission factors, trip length, %

Land use demand

Generation

Composition

Supply

Emission rates

Integrated Resource Management (IRM)

CO2 emissions (indirect, direct, mobile)

Energy consumption

Waste generated & diverted

VMTs

Embodied Carbon in Materials

compare baseline and design across multiple indicators

compare baseline with design

compare alternatives

compare with comparable everyday items (e.g. waste generation measured in # of garbage bins)

detect “hotspots” of resource consumption across the plan

optimized and informed planning
Optimized and Informed Planning

IRM model

Develop strategies

IRM model

Refine

strategies

Optimize

Strategies

  • - Plan evolution
  • Performance
  • optimization
results
Results
  • Chose 284 KPI’s.
  • Found all reference input (52,000 cells)
  • Found 1224 actual inputs
  • Packett-Burman Sensitivity Analysis
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People living in c_life will see their carbon footprint reduced by 37% in 2012 and by 43% in 2037.

Credit Sauerbach and Hutton Architken