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  1. Project Management Sustainable Buildings and LEED July 29, 2011

  2. AtSite Approach A holistic approach to Building Performance throughout their lifecycle • AtSite ensures performance objectives are incorporated into design and it supports specialized design needs • AtSite manages construction/delivery of buildings, spaces, retro-fits and specialty projects (solar, etc.) • Plan/ • Design • Construct/ Retrofit • Operate • Optimize • AtSite guides building improvement strategies and capital upgrades or modernizations • AtSite provides decision support and ongoing Building Performance Management

  3. AtSite Selected Experience American Society of Hematology Washington, DC LEED NC Platinum IDEA Public Charter School Washington, DC LEED NC Schools Gold Target Reznick Group Bethesda, MD LEED CI Silver Target Choice Hotels International Rockville, MD LEED CI Silver Target Washington Adventist University Takoma Park, MD LEED NC Gold Target Am. Speech-Language-Hearing Rockville, MD LEED NC - Gold

  4. Why Sustainable Buildings? Attract and retain tenants Decrease operating costs Improve overall return on investment (ROI) Establish competitive advantage Enhance public image and corporate responsibility Reallocate energy savings Increase market value of assets

  5. Typical Design/Construction Work Flow Start Design Bidding Construction Closeout Schedule Budget Assemble the Team Write Contracts Select Layouts Select Materials Select Systems Price Set Performance Expectations Move In Close Contracts Construct Coordinate

  6. Start Build in additional time for coordination Schedule Budget Assemble the Team Write Contracts Build in additional soft (and potentially hard) costs LEED kick off Assemble the team with LEED experience Establish project scorecard Add LEED design and documentation requirements in contracts

  7. Design Consider views, natural light, building orientation Build in additional time for coordination Enhanced Commissioning (review of drawings) Select Layouts Select Materials Select Systems Consider reused, recycled, regional or renewable materials LEED Design Review Consider high performance systems (LED lighting, water use reduction, geothermal, solar)

  8. Bidding Obtain competitive market price Price Set Performance Expectations • Recycle or salvage waste material • Reduce packaging • Improve air quality during construction

  9. Construction • Track materials • Track practices Construct Coordinate Document! Fundamental Commissioning (Review of construction process and review of installed systems)

  10. Closeout • Air Quality testing • Rent-a-crate • Post move surveys Move in Close Contracts LEED Construction Review Document!

  11. Strategies for Success Select experienced team Have designated LEED manager Write requirements into contracts Follow up; follow up; follow up

  12. Challenges LEED not a priority Goals not followed through Need to educate non design/construction team members Follow up; follow up; follow up