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  1. San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum & San Antonio River Authority LID Design Competition Kick – Off & Q & A February 6, 2013

  2. Today’s Agenda Introductions Competition Background and Overview Project Design Challenge Overviews Urban Redevelopment Green Roadway Multi-family Mixed Use Redevelopment Questions Team Networking San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  3. Introductions Prize Sponsors Underwriter San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  4. Introductions Property Providers San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  5. Introductions Kick-off Event Contributors San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  6. Introductions • Design Competition Subcommittee • Mark Bird, City of San Antonio • Karen Bishop, San Antonio River Authority • Robert Brach, P.E., Bexar County • Julia Diana, City of San Antonio • Steve Graham, P.E., San Antonio River Authority • Dana Nichols, San Antonio Water System • David Batts, LEED AP, Construction EcoServices Not participating on teams. Not participating or involved in judging. May be viewed as a resource by all. San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  7. Introductions Thank you to the Competition’s property sponsor representatives and to the elected officials in attendance tonight. San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  8. Introductions • Keynote Speaker Darryl Byrd CEO, SA2020 San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  9. Welcome • From Suzanne Scott General Manager San Antonio River Authority San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  10. Competition Background and Overview • David Batts, LEED A.P. Chair, Texas Land / Water Sustainability Forum San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  11. Competition Background • TLWSF founded September 2007 • Collaborative effort to educate and drive adoption of sustainable development practices. • Those with a vested interest seeking to control their own destinies • Dozens of Educational Sessions to date • ‘Levelers’ • Workshops (1 – 2 day) • Houston Case Studies • LID Design Competition conceived to accelerate adoption, adaptation and implementation San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

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  15. Why Participate in the LID Competition? • Real Projects • Something will be built • Actual property data is available • ‘Owners’ want to build with sustainable development practices • Will category winners get the actual work? • $15,000 in Prize Money for each Category • Expert Judges • Leaders in their fields • What is impressing one or two or more of them worth? • Jury Panel • Leading developers and the politically influential • What is the opportunity to present to them worth? San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  16. Competition Objectives • Provide a hands-on learning experience with LID & Envision™ Checklist • Demonstrate the economic, environmental, quality of life, and marketing benefits inherent in projects developed using sustainable development practices. • Encourage greater use of sustainable development practices. • Recognize the creative adaptation and application of sustainable site practices. San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  17. Eligibility • Integrated design teams must include at least • one Engineer practicing in field of civil engineering • one Architect • one Landscape Architect • Inclusion of additional team members encouraged: • land planning • development and construction disciplines • students • artists • others! San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  18. Eligibility • Individuals may participate on only one team in any Design Challenge Category. • No limits on the number of individuals from a firm that may participate in the competition as members of teams. • Teams members based outside Bexar County and its contiguous counties are welcome, but at least one member (one of the required professionals) must be verifiably Bexar County/contiguous county-based. San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  19. Competition Calendar • 02/06/2013 Registration Opens Competition Begins • 03/05/2013 Registration Closes at midnight • 05/17/2013 Submittals Required by 4:00 PM. Competition Ends • 06/01/2013 Finalists Announced • 06/19/2013 Finals Event and Awards Program San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  20. Registration • Registration fee of $250 must accompany the completed Registration Form. • Each Registration Form must • Indicate the Design Project Challenge Category • Identify at least two of the required design professional team members (identify all others with submission) • Upon acceptance of the Registration, an Identifying Number will be provided to the team via e-mail. • This number must be placed on ALL materials submitted, including the first page of the electronic submission, and on any and all correspondence. • No other identifying information, including logos, shall be used on the submitted materials. San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  21. Design Goals • Conserve natural resources that provide natural functions associated with controlling and filtering storm water. • Use decentralized, small-scale landscape features and LID features to work as a system to: • Reduce the amount of runoff by mimicking the natural hydrologic function of the site and matching pre-development hydrology. • Minimize the use of and/or reduce the size of pipe and other centralized control and treatment infrastructure. • Lower the total cost of development when compared to traditional infrastructure design. • Minimize and disconnect impervious surfaces, lengthen time of concentration and promote bio-filtration of runoff to improve the quality of storm water leaving the site. San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  22. Design Goals • Adhere to the City of San Antonio Complete Streets Policy on all roadway components within project scopes. • Use only native or drought-tolerant, non-invasive plants. • Minimize or eliminate the use of potable water resources for irrigation and where practical provide for the reuse of rain water. • Use enhanced quality of life values and reduced maintenance costs inherent in LID practices to increase marketability of the development and long term property values. San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  23. Submissions • All entry submissions must be received no later than 4:00 PM, May 17, 2013. • Each entry must be submitted as follows: • At least one, but no more than two, foamcore presentation boards (30”x 40”), onwhich the team’s key concepts and elements of the design are presented visually, including a summary of the economic and hydrologic modeling results. • Selected boards will be displayed, with identifying team information, at the Finals Event and Awards Program, and may be used in a traveling exhibit, following the competition. San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  24. Submissions • An electronic submission package must be provided on CD or on USB drive, in Power Point (PPT) format which includes • All images and data contained on the foamcore presentation boards. • Images of all drawings, plans and details. • A written overview, presenting the design team’s concept. • Justification for the hydrologic/drainage modeling used to develop design conclusions San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  25. Submissions • An explanation of project costs and an economic comparison with the same project if developed using traditional methods. • Submission plan sets must include at a minimum: Site Plan, Drainage Plan, Landscape and Irrigation Plan, Elevations, Details. • Electronic submissions are limited to a maximum of 30 Power Point pages. • Submissions must include no identifying features or marks which might reveal the identity of any member of the design team or any organization that may be represented by members of the team. San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  26. Submissions • Submissions must include a Registration Form for team members not originally identified. • This Form must be submitted in a sealed envelope and marked on the outside with the team’s identifying number. • Submissions must also include an identification card (8.5”x11”) containing team, and team member identification for display with the team’s presentation boards at the Finals Event and Awards Program. • These cards must also be submitted in the sealed envelope on which the team’s Identifying Number is prominently displayed. San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  27. Stage One – Expert Judges • The first round of judging for each Project Design Challenge will be conducted by a panel of experts in fields such as those listed below: • Civil Engineering • Landscape Architecture • Low Impact Development • Architecture • Hydrology. San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  28. Stage One – Expert Judges Past Expert Judges ARCHITECTURE Brent Brown  AIA ,LEED AP - Director of bcWorkshop, City of Dallas Greg Papay, FAIA – Principle, Lake FlatoLANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE TanerOzdil  PhD, ASLA - Assistant Professor at the School of Architecture, UTA Dana Nunez-Brown, ASLA – Principle, Brown – Nunez Landscape ArchitectsLID EXPERT Justin R. Ring, P.E. - Senior Project Manager, EdminsterHinshaw Russ & Associates Larry Coffman – Director, Convergent Water Technologies CIVIL ENGINEERING Patricia Taylor  PhD, PE - Water Information and Analysis Team Leader, US EPA Art Storey, PE - Executive Director Harris County Public Infrastructure TRANSPORTATIONKeith Manoy - Senior Project Manager for Transportation and Planning, City of Dallas DEVELOPMENT Ocie Vest  PE - Senior Vice President, Stratford Land HYDROLOGYJerry Cotter Chief -Water Resource Branch, Corps of Engineers Stephen Costello, PE – City of Houston, City Council San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  29. Stage One – Expert Judges • Finalists will be determined by the scoring of the Expert Judges. • There will be two finalists for each category unless the LID Design Subcommittee and Judges decide unanimously otherwise • For Finalists, the Expert Judges’ scores will represent 80% of their total final score. San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  30. Stage Two – Finals Event • The Finals Event is scheduled for Wednesday, June 19, 2013, at the Pearl Stable. • The Final Event consists of • A networking reception featuring finalist teams and their project display boards • Dinner • Finalist presentations and Local Jury Panel judging • Award ceremony San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  31. Stage Two – Finals Event • Finalists will present their entries via Power Point to the audience and a local Jury Panel made up of interested and influential development, civic and government leaders. • Tickets will be available to the public for the Finals Event. • The Finals Event is designed with networking in mind. • The Pearl Stable will open early to allow viewing of presentation boards • An intermission while tabulations are made will provide time for networking, viewing of the presentation boards submitted by entrants, and conversation. San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  32. Stage Two – Finals Event Expert Jurors – North Texas • CITY OF DALLAS- Jill Jordan, Assistant City Manager • CITY OF DALLAS - Carolyn R. Davis, Member, City Council • CITY OF FORT WORTH- W.B.’Zim’ Zimmerman, Mayor Pro Tem • CITY OF FORT WORTH - Tom Higgins, City Manager • CITY OF ARLINGTON- Kathryn Wilemon, Mayor Pro Tem • CITY OF ARLINGTON - Jim Parajon, Community Development and Planning Director • NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS- Mike Eastland, Executive Director • US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS, Fort Worth District- Billy Haferkamp, Chief, Civil Works ProjectManagement • HUFFINES COMMUNITIES- ElvioBruni, Senior VP • HAVENER COMPANIES- Gary Havener, President and Director of Havener Management Corporation • OAKHOLLOW GROUP/CHS ARCHITECTS- MojyHaddad, President • MATTHEWS SOUTHWEST - Jack Matthews, President • TIG/CLARION - John Walsh, President of Real Estate Services • HILLWOOD PROPERTIES- Russell Laughlin, Senior VP, Land Development • WARE ARCHITECTURE STUDIO- Billy Ware AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, President, Founding Partner • DALLAS ACEC - Nancy Mitchell, President-Elect • THE DAVIS ADVOCATES, LLC- MaceyDavis, President • URBAN STRATEGIES OF TEXAS- Brand O’Quinn, CEcD, Principal • PRESCOTT REALTY GROUP- Jud Pankey, CEO • KDA DEVELOPMENT- Ken Davis, President San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  33. Stage Two – Finals Event Expert Jurors – Houston • ARCHITECTURE CENTER HOUSTON FOUNDATION - Ian Powell, President-Elect, AIA Houston • MISCHER INVESTMENTS – David Nussbaum, Vice President-Development • ASCE-HOUSTON – Carol (Ellinger) Haddock, Senior Assistant Director PW&E, City of Houston • BAYOU PRESERVATION ASSOCIATION - Terry Hershey • HARRIS COUNTY PRECINCT 2 - Commissioner Sylvia Garcia • CITY OF HOUSTON TIRZ 15 - Ralph DeLeon, TIRZ 15 Program Mgr • RICE UNIVERSITY, CENTER FOR SUSTAINABILITY - Richard Johnson • ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY – DovWeitman, Chief, Nonpoint Source Control Branch • PERON DEVELOPMENT - Perry Senn, Principal • METRO NATIONAL CORPORATION - Bill Huntsinger, VP-Planning • LOVETT HOMES - Frank Liu, Principal • GENERAL GROWTH PROPERTIES, INC. - Peter Houghton, Vice President-Master Planned Communities • WULFE & COMPANY - Ed Wulfe, President • CORINTHIAN DEVELOPMENT - Jimmy Pappas, President (formerly President, Midway Development) • HINES INTERESTS – Andrew Steffen, Project Manager • THE WOLFF COMPANIES - David Hightower, Executive VP and Chief Development Officer (also current Chairman of the Board of the West Houston Association) • SPAWGLASS CONSTRUCTION CORP. - Amer Al-Nahhas, President-Civil • GILBANE BUILDING COMPANY – Dan Gilbane, Development Manager San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  34. Stage 2 – Finals Event • Finalists must utilize a “Lightning Presentations Format” to present to the Jury Panel. • Presentation format chosen to make each short, exciting and to the point, and to allow for participation of a maximum number of semi-finalists. • Each Finalist team will have up to 7 minutes to make their presentation. • A maximum of 20 Power Point pages (slides) may be utilized in the presentation. • Regardless of the number of pages used, the presentation must be set up on a timed sequencing routine to advance each slide. • No remote slide changers will be permitted. San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  35. Stage 2 – Finals Event • For more information on presenting using ‘Lightning Presentations’ and similar fast-paced presentation techniques, see Wikipedia. • Scores of the Jury Panel will account for 20% of the Total Final Score for each Finalist team. • Jury Panel scores will be combined with the Expert Judges’ scores to determine the winners in each category. • Tabulation of Jury Panel scores and Total Final scores, and the determination of winners will take place immediately after the finalists make their presentations. San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  36. LID Resources • Low Impact Development Center • Texas Land / Water Sustainability Forum Website • San Antonio River Authority Website • Watershed Stewardship for the Edwards Aquifer Region: A Low Impact Development Handbook, Greater Edwards Aquifer Alliance • Managing Wet Weather With Green Infrastructure, EPA San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  37. Questions? For updated information, Q&A feedback and partnering opportunities, register at: http://groups.google.com/group/SAlwsf-lid-design-competition Today’s presentations AND THE MATERIALS ON THE dvd DISTRIBUTED TONIGHT will be posted on the TLWSF website www.LWSforum.org San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  38. Project Design Challenge Categories • Green Roadway • Manuel Longoria, Jr., City Manager City of Leon Valley Evers Road • Multi-family Mixed Use • Bruce E. Miller, President & CEO Port San Antonio Billy Mitchell Village, Port San Antonio • Urban Redevelopment • Andres Andujar, CEO Hemisfair Park Area Redevelopment Corporation Hemisfair San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  39. Green Roadway: Evers Road, Leon Valley • EversRoad_PPT.pptx • Manuel Longoria, Jr. City Manager, Leon Valley San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  40. Multi-family Mixed Use: Port San Antonio • PortSA_PPT.pptx • Bruce E. Miller President & CEO Port San Antonio San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  41. Urban Redevelopment, Hemisfair • Hemisfair_PPT.pptx • Andres Andujar • CEO • HemisFairPark Area Redevelopment Corporation (HPARC) San Antonio Land/Water Sustainability Forum

  42. Making Progress And making a difference…