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Title: Build green. Everyone profits.


1
Build green. Everyone profits.
U.S. Green Building Council
2
Build Green
  • Why build green?
  • What is green building?
  • How will businesses profit?

3
Economy
The US construction industry represents
  • 12.7 of gross domestic product, or
  • 1.3 billion in annual construction activity
  • 10 million jobs

4
Economy
US buildings cost
  • The average annualized costs per square feet are
  • Energy 2
  • Bricks mortar 20
  • Personnel 200

5
Health
In US buildings
  • People spend 90 of their time indoors
  • Indoor pollutant levels may be 2 5 times higher
    than outdoor levels

6
Health
In the US
number one reason for missed school days
  • EPA ranks poor IAQ in the top 5 health risks
  • Costs to Americans estimated at
  • 1.5 billion in medical bills
  • Tens of billions in lost productivity
    absenteeism

INCREASE
Attack Asthma Why America Needs a Public Health
Defense System to Battle Environmental Threats
Pew Environmental Health Commission
INCREASE IN ASTHMA 1980 1994 BY AGE GROUPS
0 4 0 18 ALL
AGES
7
Environment
US buildings generate
  • 35 of greenhouse gas emissions
  • 39 of landfilled waste, or
  • 136 million tons annually,
  • 95 of which is recyclable

8
Environment
US buildings account for
  • 39 of total energy use
  • 70 of electricity consumption

9
Environment
US buildings use
  • 12 of potable water withdrawal, or
  • 15 trillion gallons / year
  • 30 of all raw materials, including
  • 25 of timber harvests

10
US Green Building Council
4500 member organizations 1000 growth in 4
years
  • Nation's foremost coalition of industry leaders
    promoting buildings that are
  • environmentally responsible,
  • profitable, and
  • healthy places to live and work.

11
US Green Building Council
  • Cascadia Region Green Building Council USGBC
    chapter
  • British Columbia
  • Washington
  • Oregon

LEED certified projects
BRITISH COLUMBIA WASHINGTON
OREGON
12
LEED
Leadership in Energy Environmental Design
  • Sets high-performance criteria for
  • Sustainable Sites
  • Water Efficiency
  • Energy Atmosphere
  • Materials Resources
  • Indoor Environmental Quality
  • Innovation Process

consensus-based committee-driven
LEED IS THE NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED STANDARD FOR
GREEN BUILDING FROM THE U.S. GREEN BUILDING
COUNCIL.
13
Green Building
Fisher Pavilion Seattle Center, Seattle,
WA Assembly LEED-NC Certified
  • Sustainable Sites
  • Stormwater management erosion control
  • Location / site selection
  • Alternative transportation
  • Habitat
  • Microclimate
  • Light pollution

58 STORMWATER RETAINED INFILTRATED ON SITE
14
Green Building
Stephen Epler Hall Portland State University,
Portland, OR Mixed-use Residential LEED-NC Silver
anticipated
  • Water Efficiency
  • Water efficient landscaping
  • Beneficial water reuse
  • Water efficiency

RAINWATER HARVESTED FOR IRRIGATION TOILET
FLUSHING
15
Green Building
Balfour Guthrie Building Balfour Guthrie LLC,
Portland, OR Commercial Office LEED-NC Silver
  • Energy Atmosphere
  • Performance measurement verification
  • Energy efficiency
  • Renewable energy
  • Ozone depletion

ENERGY PERFORMANCE 24 BETTER THAN CODE
16
Green Building
Kent Pullen Regional Emergency Communications
Center King County, Renton, WA Public
Safety LEED-NC Certified anticipated
  • Materials Resources
  • Recycle
  • Recycled-content
  • Reuse
  • Regionally manufactured
  • Rapidly renewable
  • Certified wood

RECYCLED 86 OF CONSTRUCTION DEMOLITION WASTE
17
Green Building
Traugott Terrace Catholic Community Services
Archdiocesan Housing Authority, Seattle,
WA Residential Low-Income Housing LEED-NC Silver
  • Indoor Environmental Quality
  • Construction management
  • Source control
  • Low-emitting materials
  • Monitoring
  • Ventilation
  • Thermal comfort
  • Daylight views

PROVIDING A HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT FOR PEOPLE IN
RECOVERY
18
Green Building
King Street Center King County, Seattle,
WA Commercial Office LEED-EB Gold, Pilot Project
  • Innovation Process
  • Innovation in design
  • LEED Accredited professional

EXCEPTIONAL BUILDING RECYCLING PROGRAM 60
RECYCLING RATE
19
LEED in the Marketplace
LEED in the Marketplace
5 of the market in 4 years
  • LEED projects
  • 108 certified
  • 1,497 registered
  • 168 million sq ft
  • In all 50 states 12 countries
  • Nearly 38 billion in capital investment
  • (225 / sq ft average construction cost)

2000 2002
2004
20
LEED in the Marketplace
5 billion in capital investment
  • LEED in Cascadia
  • 20 certified projects
  • 185 registered projects
  • Approx. 23 million sq ft

225 sq ft average cost
Carkeek Park Environmental Learning Center City
of Seattle, Seattle, WA Interpretive
Center LEED-NC Gold
USES 50 LESS ENERGY PVs GENERATE 20 ENERGY
21
LEED in the Marketplace
  • Owners of LEED projects
  • 28 private corporations
  • 24 local government
  • 30 state federal government
  • 18 non-profit organizations

State Federal
Non-Profit
Local Government
Private
LEED certified projects
PRIVATE LOCAL GOVERNMENT
STATE FEDERAL NON-PROFIT
22
LEED in the Marketplace
  • Types of LEED projects
  • 23 Mixed-Use
  • 16 Commercial Office
  • 8 Higher Education
  • 6 K-12 Education

LEED certified projects
MIXED-USE COMMERCIAL HIGHER ED
K-12
23
Benefits
PNC Firstside Center PNC Financial Services
Group, Pittsburgh, PA Commercial Office LEED-NC
Silver
  • Higher ROI
  • 02 investment results in 20 life-cycle savings
  • 40 higher sales in stores with skylights
    compared to similar stores without skylights

October 2003 report to Californias Sustainable
Building Task Force California Board of Energy
Efficiency Third Party Program
MET ROI CRITERIA OF 2 YEARS OR LESS
24
Benefits
Toyota Motor Sales South Campus Headquarters,
Torrance, CA Commercial Office Renovation LEED-NC
Gold
  • Higher NOI
  • 30 more energy efficient
  • Generating a 0.50 / sq ft savings (EPA)
  • 30 more water efficient
  • 80 projects eliminate potable water for
    irrigation

October 2003 report to Californias Sustainable
Building Task Force
60 MORE ENERGY EFFICIENT THAN TITLE 24
25
Benefits
Harvard School of Public Health Landmark
Building, Boston, MA Office Renovation LEED-CI
Pilot Project
  • Increased productivity
  • 7 increase in productivity following move to
    daylit facility
  • Flexible design features cut employee relocation
    costs by 90

Studies conducted by Judith Heerwagen,
Heerwagen Associates
RECOVERED COSTS FOR GREEN FEATURES IN 10 MONTHS
26
Benefits
J. Richard Carnall Center PFPC and PNC Financial
Services Group, Wilmington, DE Commercial
Office LEED-NC Gold
  • Enhanced health
  • 43 235 billion in potential US annual savings
    or productivity gains from better indoor
    environments

William Fisk, Health and Productivity Gains
from Better Indoor Environments, Indoor Air
7(3), 1997 pp. 158-172
EMPLOYEE RECRUITMENT RETENTION IMPROVED
27
LEED Case Studies
showcases LEED-CI and serves as a learning space
U.S. Green Building Council 1015 18th Street
Building, Washington, DC Office
Renovation LEED-CI Pilot Project
  • Demonstrated organizational values
  • Increased staff productivity
  • Reduced watts/sq ft provides owner with energy
    savings

Tenant U.S. Green Building Council Building
Owner The Donohoe Companies Architect
McAllister Architects Mechanical Engineer Girard
Engineering, P.C. Contractor DPR Construction
OPEN FLOOR PLAN DAYLIGHTING
28
LEED Case Studies
living laboratory for continuous improvement
Harvard School of Public Health Landmark
Building, Boston, MA Office Renovation LEED-CI
Pilot Project
  • 20 less water use
  • 40 reduction in lighting demand
  • Savings in energy and productivity gains resulted
    in 10-month payback for green features

Building Owner Abbey Group Architect/Interior
Design Janovsky/Hurley Architects Mechanical
Engineer SEi Companies Contractors Bond
Brothers Office Environments of New England
NEW OFFICES RECEIVE HIGH MARKS FOR EFFICIENCY
29
LEED Case Studies
doesnt look like a Prius, but sure runs like one
Toyota Motor Sales South Campus Headquarters,
Torrance, CA Commercial Office Renovation LEED-NC
Gold
  • Outperforms ROI criteria
  • 60 more energy efficient than Title 24
  • 94 reduction in potable water demand
  • Numerous awards, broad media coverage

Building Owner Toyota Motor Sales, USA,
Inc. Architect LPA Inc. Mechanical Engineer
Glumac International Contractor Turner
Construction LEED Consultant CTG Energetics
10 RETURN ON INVESTMENT WITH NO COST PREMIUM
30
LEED Case Studies
leased half-million sq. ft. in soft market
Gerding/Edlen Development Company, LLC Brewery
Block 4, Portland, OR Mixed-Use
Redevelopment LEED-CS Pilot Project
  • 85 leased in 1 year at higher than market rates
  • 21.5 energy savings - 58,700 annually
  • 25 reduction in potable water, and 25 reduction
    in stormwater leaving the site

Building Owner Gerding/Edlen Development
Company, LLC Architect GBD Architects
Incorporated Mechanical Engineer Glumac
International Contractor Hoffman Construction
Company
LISTENING TO MARKET DEMAND COMMUNITY VALUES
PAID OFF
31
LEED Case Studies
walking the talk a model for energy efficiency
Puget Sound Energy Corporate Headquarters,
Bellevue, WA Tenant Improvement LEED-CI Pilot
Project
  • 199,431 kWh or 10,000 annual energy savings
  • Improved employee satisfaction
  • Numerous awards, broad media coverage

Building Owner Bentall Capital Limited
Partnership Architect Mithun Mechanical
Engineer MacDonald Miller Contractor Lydig
Construction
COMMUNICATES CORE VALUES OF INNOVATION ENERGY
EFFICIENCY
32
LEED Case Studies
could have rented 3x as much space
Ecotrust Jean Vollum Natural Capital Center,
Portland, OR Commercial Office Retail LEED-NC
Gold
  • 100 leased in soft market
  • 21 energy savings 13,000 annually compared
    to ASHRAE 90.1-1999
  • Tenants report greater ability to attract
    retain employees

Owner Developer Ecotrust Heritage Consulting
Group Architect Holst Architecture Mechanical
Engineer Interface Engineering, Inc. Contractor
Walsh Construction Company
ITS NOT A SOFT MARKET IF YOU BUILD GREEN
33
Local LEED Projects
creating long-term value and appreciation
Touchstone Corporation 9th Stewart Life
Sciences Building, Seattle, WA Biotechnology
RD, Office Retail LEED-CS Silver anticipated
  • 27 energy savings for core shell 17,650
    annual savings
  • 45 less water 5,500 annual savings
  • WA NAIOPs 2004 Technology Building of the Year
    and Deal of the Year

Owner Developer Touchstone Corporation Architec
t MBT Architecture Mechanical Engineer
Holaday-Parks Contractor Lease Crutcher Lewis
RESPONDING TO THE CONSTANTLY EVOLVING REAL ESTATE
MAKRET
34
Local LEED Projects
reflecting a core value of the community
Harbor Properties Vulcan, Inc. Alcyone
Apartments, Seattle, WA Mixed-use
Residential LEED-NC Silver anticipated
  • 30 energy savings 80,000 annually
  • Uses 22 less water
  • Strengthened community support for project

Owner Developer Harbor Properties Vulcan,
Inc. Architect GGLO Architects Landscape
Architect Hewitt Architects Civil Structural
Engineer Magnusson Klemencic Associates Contracto
r Rushforth Construction
HEALTHY LIVING ENVIRONMENT FOR A CONTEMPORARY
LIFESTYLE
35
Local LEED Projects
more funding can be applied directly to research
Seattle Biomedical Research Institute, Harbor
Properties, Vulcan 307 Westlake, Seattle,
WA Laboratory, Office Retail LEED-CS Silver
anticipated
  • 35 beyond the ASHRAE 90.1-1999 43,400 annual
    savings
  • Uses 23 less water
  • Added income advances business goals of tenants

Owner Developer Harbor Properties Vulcan,
Inc. Architect CollinsWoerman Mechanical
Engineer McKinstry Company Contractor Lease
Crutcher Lewis LEED Consultant OBrien Company

ADVANCES SBRIS LIFE-SAVING INFECTIONS DISEASE
RESEARCH
36
GREEN BUILDINGS COMMUNITIES FOR A
HEALTHY PROSPEROUS PLANET
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