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  1. KI International Sales MeetingJanuary 2004

  2. Objectives • An overview of environmental sustainability through the A&D community • Raise your understanding of related terms, organizations, and initiatives, in particular U.S. Green Building Council and LEEDs. • Provide perspective on sustainability and contract furniture • Identify your KI contacts and support

  3. Green Building History • 1900’s Passive Systems • Edison invented the long lasting filament • humans averaged 10 hours of sleep, now we average 6 to 7 • 1930’s Enclosed glass and steel structures • 1960’s International style “glass box” • 1973 OPEC oil embargo • 1975 AIA Committee on Energy • 1977 Department of Energy commissioned • 1980’s Pre-fab wall, water reclamation, mod construction, “sick building syndrome”

  4. Green Building History • 1992 AIA Environmental Resource Guide • 1992 Earth Summit • 1993 “The Greening of the White House” • 1993 Birth of the U.S. Green Building Council • 1998 Clinton’s “Greening” executive orders • 1998 LEED Version 1.0 • 2004 3940+ LEED registered projects

  5. Environmental Footprints

  6. Buildings consume 1/3 of the earths resources create 1/3 of the earths pollution

  7. Raw Material Extraction3 billion tons of raw materials¼ wood harvested

  8. EnergyBuildings = 1/3 total energy use (2/3’s electricity)30% of total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions

  9. Water Consumption is increasing x2 the rate of population growth 12% of potable water in the U.S.

  10. Ecological and Human Toxicity The Great Lakes - mercury and pcb’s

  11. A Renewable Materials Economy? Carpet sold in 2002 1,800,000,000 sq yd Contribution to disposal 5% = 74,250,000 lbs 136 million tons of construction and demolition waste in the U.S. (approx. 2.8 lbs/person/day)

  12. Is consumptionor use the issue. . . or both?

  13. What is Green ?

  14. What is Green ? • Reducing impact on human health & environment through better design, construction, operation, maintenance, and removal • Increasing the efficiency and use of energy, water, and materials

  15. fish stories . . .farfetched inaccurate speculation & hype

  16. Product Information  • Features • Life Cycle Stories • Eco Language and Names • Products that are “free of” or what is “inside” • Suggest third party endorsements

  17. U.S. Green Building Council • National nonprofit organization based in Washington, DC • Diverse membership of organizations • Consensus driven • Committee based product development • Developer and administrator of the LEED Green Building Rating System

  18. A leading-edge system for designing, constructing, and certifying the world’s greenest buildings.

  19. Why Was LEEDTM Created? • Define “green” • Prevent “Greenwash” • Integrate Disciplines • Promote Competition • Market Transformation

  20. We aren't just a bunch of Hippies anymore . . What’s your perception?

  21. LEEDTM Market Transformation • 88 Certified Projects* • 1083 Registered Projects* • 49 States 12 Countries 140,241,142 gsf *As of January 2004

  22. Federal Use of LEEDTM • General Services Administration (GSA) • Department of Interior • Department of Energy (DOE) • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) • US Air Force • US Army Corps of Engineers • US Navy • Department of State

  23. State & Local Use of LEEDTM • Local Users • Austin, TX • Arlington, VA • Boulder, CO • Cook County, IL • Los Angeles, CA • Portland, OR • San Jose, CA • San Mateo, CA • Seattle, WA • State Users • Maryland • Massachusetts • New Jersey • New York • Oregon • Pennsylvania • California

  24. Progress - over 2 years: THENNOW • 509 USGBC members 3500+ • 13 LEED Certified Projects 74 • 176 LEED registered projects 1003 • % of Projects in Market 2-3% • % of Sq.Ft. in Market 4-7% • 2331 people trained >10,000 • 207 Accredited Professionals >5000 • 8 staff 27 + 6 • Budget $400k ($50k) $7-12M

  25. Membership Development

  26. Expectations

  27. The Money - Market Modeling

  28. New LEEDTM Products Customers for New Construction for Existing Buildings for Commercial Interiors for Core and Shell for Residential Buildings for Neighborhood Development

  29. LEEDTM for Existing Buildings For building owners and service providers that address building operation and on-going upgrades and performance improvements

  30. LEEDTM for Commercial Interiors For building owners, tenants and design teams that address commercial interiors design and installation process

  31. Applicability of LEEDTM(vertical markets) • LEED Program Development • Application Guides • Air Force Lodging/low-rise multi-family (complete) • Retail • Laboratories • Healthcare • K-12 Schools • Multi-family • Industrial • Airports

  32. Over 100 Applications! • Restaurants, Retail, Labs, Classrooms but mostly Offices • Projects span the US and Northern Canada • Kinko’s, BP, Warner Bros., Bank of America, Enterprise, Whole Foods and lots of design firms LEED for Commercial Interiors

  33. LEED-CI Point Distribution +Design Process & Innovation Points

  34. Sustainable Sites • Goals • Develop only appropriate sites • Reuse existing buildings and/or sites • Protect natural and agricultural areas • Reduce need for automobile use • Protect and/or restore sites

  35. Storm Water SystemComparison • Progressive Bus. Park • Traditional Business Park • Storm water managed on individual lots or • Conveyed in large diameter storm sewer to large regional detention facility • Storm water managed through entire park development and • Infiltrated and conveyed in small diameter storm sewer system prior to small detention facility

  36. Sustainable SitesLEED for Commercial Interiors

  37. Credits Point(s) • Erosion and Sedimentation Control NA • Site Selection 1-3 • Development Density 1 • Brownfield Redevelopment NA • Alternative Transportation 1-3 • Reduced Site Disturbance NA • Stormwater Management NA • Design to Reduce Heat Islands NA • Light Pollution Reduction NA Sustainable SitesLEED for Commercial Interiors

  38. Water Efficiency • Goals • Reduce the quantity of water needed for the building • Reduce Municipal water supply and treatment burden

  39. Water Use and Water EfficiencyLEED for Commercial Interiors

  40. Credit Point(s) • Water Efficient Landscaping NA • Innovative Wastewater Technology NA • Water Use Reduction 1-2 Water Use and Water EfficiencyLEED for Commercial Interiors

  41. Energy and Atmosphere • Goals • Establish energy efficiency and system performance • Optimize energy efficiency • Encourage renewable and alternative energy sources • Support ozone protection protocols

  42. Energy and AtmosphereLEED for Commercial Interiors

  43. Credit Point(s) • Fundamental Building Systems Commissioning Required • Minimum Energy Performance Required • CRC Reduction in HVAC&R Equipment Required • Optimize Energy Performance 1-9 • Renewable Energy NA • Additional Commissioning 1 • Ozone Protection NA • Measurement & Verification 1-2 • Green Power 1 Energy and AtmosphereLEED for Commercial Interiors

  44. Materials and Resources • Goals • Reduce the amount of materials needed • Use materials with less environmental impact • Reduce and manage waste

  45. Materials & ResourcesLEED for Commercial Interiors

  46. Credit Point(s) • Storage and Collection of Recyclables Required • Building Reuse 1-3 • Construction Waste Management 1-2 • Resource Reuse 1-3 • Recycled Content 1-2 • Local/Regional Materials 1-2 • Rapidly Renewable Materials 1 • Certified Wood 1 Materials & ResourcesLEED for Commercial Interiors

  47. CSI MasterFormat(what is furniture?) Division 12 12050 Fabrics 12100 Art 12300 Manufactured Casework 12400 Furnishings and Accessories 12500 Furniture 12600 Multiple Seating 12700 Systems Furniture 12800 Interior Plants and Planters 12900 Furnishings Repair and Restoration

  48. Indoor Environmental Quality(IEQ) • Goals • Establish good indoor air quality • Eliminate, reduce, manage the sources of indoor pollutants • Ensure thermal comfort and system controllability • Provide for occupant connection to the outdoor environment

  49. Indoor Environmental QualityLEED for Commercial Interiors