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1
Welcome
TO BREAKFAST WITH THE STARS
MEET THE STARSShowcasing Queensland's first
Green Star - Office Interiors Rating Monday 31
August 09 Hosted by Andrew Aitken QLD State
Manager
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EPA Toowoomba Tenancy
  • Green Star Office Interiors v1.1

DPW Lisa Britzman, Emily Webb, Ashley Newcomb,
David Barrick DERM Tim Boyle, Chris Hill
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PROJECT BACKGROUND
  • Client Brief
  • 4 star Green Star tenancy fitout for the
  • Western Region Branch of DERM.
  • A single level office in an existing three storey
  • commercial building, Located in Toowoomba, Qld.
  • ESD Project Objectives
  • Improve indoor environment quality for the
    occupants of the tenancy,
  • Minimising the potential energy consumed.
  • Focus on using sustainable materials in the
    fitout.

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PROJECT BACKGROUND
  • The Clients
  • Department of Environment Resource
  • Management (previously Queensland EPA)
  • The Accommodation Office (previously Queensland
    Government Accommodation Office, QGAO)

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PROJECT BACKGROUND
  • The Design Team
  • Interior Design Project Services- DPW
  • Engineering Services Project Services- DPW
  • Principal Contractor Q-Build- DPWInterior
    Designer/Project Manager/ GSAP Severina Baneva
    Mechanical Engineer/ Green Star A.P. Emily
    WebbESD Coordinator/Project Manager/ Green Star
    A.P. Lisa BritzmanElectrical Engineer/Green
    Star A.P. Vince JenkinsonElectrical Technician
    Vipan ChandCAD Technician Elisa McGavenQGAO
    Alison JonesQ-Build Project Manager Darryl
    McCarthy

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EPA Level 1, 173 Hume Street, Toowoomba, Qld.
The EPA tenancy is located on the top floor of
this existing 3 story, 20 year old building in
the middle of the commercial district in
Toowoomba, Queensland. GFA 1049m2 NLA 945m2
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FLOOR PLAN
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GREEN STAR RESULTS
Submitted Awarded Management
14 12 Man-1 ..2 2 Man-2
..2 0 Man-3 N/A N/A Man-4...............
..3 3 Man-5.................4 4 Man-6...3 3
IEQ 23
18 IEQ-1..4 0 IEQ-2..0 0 IEQ-3..
2 2 IEQ-4..1 1 IEQ-5..1 1 IEQ-6.
.0 0 IEQ-7..0 0 IEQ-8..3 3
Submitted Awarded IEQ-9..1 1 IEQ-1
01 0 IEQ-116 6 IEQ-121 1 IEQ-13
1 1 IEQ-141 1 IEQ-151 1 Energy
8 8 Ene-1.Conditional Ene-2
6 6 Ene-31 1 Ene-41 1 Transport
0 0 Tra-1..0 0 Tra-2..0 0
Tra-3..0 0

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GREEN STAR RESULTS
Submitted Awarded Water 12
9 Wat-1..12 9 Materials 21
21 Mat-1..7 7 Mat-2..5 5 Mat-3..0 0
Mat-4..3 3 Mat-5..1 1 Mat-6..1 1
Mat-7..1 1 Mat-8..1 1 Mat-9..2 2 Ma
t-10...0 0 Mat-11...0 0
  • Submitted Awarded
  • Ecology 2 2
  • Eco-1..0 0
  • Eco-2..0 0
  • Eco-3..0 0
  • Eco-4..0 0
  • Eco-5..0 0
  • Eco-6..2 2
  • Emissions 3 1
  • Emi-1.2 0
  • Emi-2.1 1
  • Round One Results
  • Total 57 49
  • Innovation 2 1
  • Inn-1.2 1
  • Final Round One Results
  • Total 59 50

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GREEN STAR RESULTS
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GREEN STAR RATINGS
Overall score Rating Outcome
10-19 1 star Not eligible for formal certification
20-29 2 star Not eligible for formal certification
30-44 3 star Not eligible for formal certification
45-59 4 star Eligible to apply for a 4 star Green Star Certified rating that recognises/rewards Best Practise
60-74 5 star Eligible to apply for a 5 star Green Star Certified rating that recognises/rewards Australian Excellence
75 6 star Eligible to apply for a 6 star Green Star Certified rating that recognises/rewards World Leadership
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EPA CREDIT REVIEW
  • MANAGEMENT CATEGORY
  • Man-1 Employ a Green Star Accredited
    Professional.
  • 2 points achieved
  • Man-2 Commissioning
  • To ensure building services operate to optimal
    design potential.
  • 0 points achieved
  • Man-3 Tuning
  • This tenancy has a NLA of gt1000m2 which
  • deems this credit N/A.

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EPA CREDIT REVIEW
  • Man-4 Tenancy Users Guide
  • Guide that enables tenants to achieve the
    environmental performance envisaged by the design
    team.
  • 3 points achieved
  • Man-5 Environmental Management
  • Q-Build, implemented the project specific
    Environmental Management Plan during the tenancy
    fitout. Q-Build has ISO 140012004 certification.
  • 4 points achieved
  • Man-6 Waste Management
  • Q-Build implemented the Waste Management Plan
    during the tenancy fit out, gt80 of waste by
    weight was reused or recycled and avoided going
    to land fill. 3 points achieved

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EPA CREDIT REVIEW
  • INDOOR ENVIRONMENT
  • IEQ-1 Ventilation rates
  • Outside air rates exceed requirements of AS
    1668.2 (1991).
  • 0 points achieved
  • IEQ-2 CO2 Monitoring
  • Use of carbon dioxide monitoring system to
    adjust outside air rates.
  • Credit not claimed

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EPA CREDIT REVIEW
  • IEQ -3 Daylight
  • 72 of work settings achieved a daylight factor
    of gt2.5 in the EPA tenancy using Solatubes. CIR
    submitted and approved.
  • 2 points achieved
  • IEQ-4 Daylight Glare Control
  • computer monitors on adjustable arms for glare
    control. Flat screen computer monitors on
    adjustable arms used.
  • 1 point achieved

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EPA CREDIT REVIEW
  • IEQ- 5 High freq. ballasts
  • High frequency ballasts were used in the EPA
    tenancy lighting system.
  • 1 point achieved
  • IEQ-6 Electric lighting levels
  • Luminance level of no more than 400lux _at_ the
    working plane or 2 component lighting system.
  • Credit not claimed

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EPA CREDIT REVIEW
  • IEQ- 7 External Views
  • External views connection to the outdoors for
    a percentage of work settings.
  • Credit not claimed
  • IEQ-8 Individual Comfort Control
  • Individual control of thermal comfort for a
    percentage of work settings. UCI Task Air
    workstations give individual control at each work
    settings.
  • 3 points achieved

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IEQ-3 Day lighting with the use of Solatubes
  • IEQ-4 ADJUSTABLE ELIPTA MONITOR ARMS
  • IEQ-8 TASK AIR WORK STATION FROM UCI

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EPA CREDIT REVIEW
  • IEQ-9 Asbestos
  • An asbestos survey of the site carried out. With
    appropriate removal disposal if identified on
    site. 1 point achieved
  • IEQ-10 Internal Noise Levels
  • Internal noise levels achieved to ensure
    occupant comfort.
  • 0 points achieved

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EPA CREDIT REVIEW
  • IEQ-11 Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)
  • Reduce health risks to occupants with low VOC
    emitting products. 95 of all painted surfaces
    are low VOCs. Carpet is reused, Low VOC
    adhesives sealants used.
  • 6 points achieved
  • IEQ-12 Formaldehyde
  • Reduce health risks to occupants with low
    Formaldehyde. Low formaldehyde emission
    composite wood products (E1 E0) are used
    throughout the EPA tenancy.
  • 1 point achieved

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EPA CREDIT REVIEW
  • IEQ-13 Air Supply Ductwork
  • Supply air ductwork in an existing tenancy is
    cleaned to remove dirt, dust and mould prior to
    occupancy.
  • 1 point achieved
  • IEQ-14 Tenant Exhaust
  • Dedicated printer/copier room in a tenancy that
    is separately exhausted to reduce occupant
    exposure to air pollutants.
  • 1 point achieved

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Install live plants in a tenancy to improve air
quality and the wellbeing of occupants.
IEQ-15 Indoor Plants
1 Point Achieved
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EPA CREDIT REVIEW
  • ENERGY CATEGORY
  • Ene-1 Conditional requirement of 4 stars NABERS
    (ABGR) Tenancy design must achieve a minimum
    predicted rating of 4 stars using Australian
    Building Greenhouse Rating schemes Validation
    Protocol for Tenancy Energy Estimation.
  • Conditional requirement achieved
  • Ene-2 Energy Improvement
  • Going above the Conditional Requirement to
    achieve a higher predicted energy rating for the
    tenancy. The simulated results for the EPA
    Tenancy were just over a 5 stars NABERS result.
  • 6 points achieved

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EPA CREDIT REVIEW
  • Ene-3 Electrical Sub-metering
  • Power, lighting and building services separately
    metered to allow energy monitoring of tenancy
    operation.
  • 1 point achieved
  • Ene-4 Lighting Zoning
  • 100m2 lighting zones across a tenancy floor to
    allow for the flexibility to light only occupied
    zones. Each room was separately switched the
    open office area was broken up into lighting
    zones (lt100m2) within the EPA tenancy.
  • 1 point achieved.

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EPA CREDIT REVIEW
  • TRANSPORT CATEGORY
  • Unable to apply for any transport points due to
  • regional location existing building
    restrictions.
  • Tra-1 Public Transport
  • Credit not claimed
  • Tra-2 Car Parking
  • Credit not claimed
  • Tra-3 Cyclist Facilities
  • Credit not claimed

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EPA CREDIT REVIEW
  • WATER CATEGORY
  • Wat-1 Potable Water Efficiency
  • To reduce potable water consumption by using
    water efficient fittings and appliances.
  • 9 points achieved

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EPA CREDIT REVIEW
MATERIALS CATEGORY
  • Mat-1 Workstations
  • Selection of workstations which have a reduced
    environmental impact. GECA
  • 7 points achieved

GECA certified UCI AERO2 workstations with task
air screens
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EPA CREDIT REVIEW
  • Mat-2 Flooring
  • Selection of flooring which have a reduced
    environmental impact. Flooring re-used in the EPA
    tenancy
  • 5 points achieved
  • Mat-3 Walls Partitions
  • Minimising built zones selection of materials
    which have a reduced environmental impact. Credit
    not claimed

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EPA CREDIT REVIEW
  • Mat-4 Chairs
  • Selection of chairs which have a reduced
    environmental impact.
  • GECA certified
  • Verde task chairs
  • Clue visitor chairs
  • Clue white laminate chairs
  • Linea Lounge chair
  • Metro ottoman
  • Reused 23 task chairs 2 lab. stools
  • 3 points achieved

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EPA CREDIT REVIEW
  • Mat-5 Tables
  • Selection of tables which have a reduced
    environmental impact. GECA Certified, CTS side
    tables, Figure 5 tables, Reused 1 light table
  • 1 point achieved
  • Mat-6 Storage
  • Selection of storage which have a reduced
    environmental impact. GECA Certified Compliant
    Information supplied
  • CSM rolling storage
  • Planex SM tambour door cabinets
  • FGP steel Cabinets-UCI
  • Non GECA, compliant information
  • used metal open book cases
  • from Planex
  • Reused Map storage units
  • 1 point achieved

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EPA CREDIT REVIEW
  • Mat-7 Joinery
  • Joinery has a reduced environmental impact.
    Joinery was made from GECA certified products and
    designed for modularity and disassembly.
    Overlaps with IEQ-12 Formaldehyde
  • 1 point achieved
  • Mat-8 Ceilings
  • Reduction of waste during the tenancy fitout.
    Ceiling re-used
  • 1 point achieved

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EPA CREDIT REVIEW
MAT-9 Waste Management for Tenancy Operation
1m2 has been designated for recycling storage
space per 12 workstations with fortnightly
collections as per CIR submitted. 2 points
achieved
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EPA CREDIT REVIEW
  • Mat-10 PVC Minimisation
  • Total PVC content is reduced in the tenancy and
    replaced by alternative materials.
  • Credit not claimed.
  • Mat-11 Timber
  • All timber composite timber products are
    either recycled or FSC certified.
  • Credit not claimed.

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EPA CREDIT REVIEW
  • LAND USE ECOLOGY CATEGORY
  • Eco-1 Green Star Office As-built Certified
    Building
  • Credit not claimed
  • Eco-2 Building Layout Efficiency
  • Building layout efficiency gt85.
  • Credit not claimed
  • Eco-3 Building Environmental Management
  • Building manager contractually required to
    monitor environmental initiatives in the tenancy.
  • Credit not claimed

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EPA CREDIT REVIEW
  • Eco-4 Commitment to Building Performance
  • Tenancy lease agreement requires the tenant to
    participate in the environmental initiatives in
    the tenancy.
  • Credit not claimed
  • Eco-5 Shell Core or Integrated Fitout Building
  • Credit not claimed
  • Eco-6 Building Conservation
  • Encourage tenancy fit outs undertaken in
    existing buildings in preference to new buildings
    reducing the demands for new construction
    materials.
  • 2 points achieved

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EPA CREDIT REVIEW
  • EMISSIONS CATEGORY
  • Refrigerant ODP
  • Refrigerants used in HVAC plant to be Zero Ozone
    Depletion Potential.
  • 0 points achieved
  • Insulation ODP
  • Thermal insulation that avoids the used of Ozone
    depleting substances in both manufacture
    composition.
  • 1 point achieved.

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EPA CREDIT REVIEW
  • INNOVATION CATEGORY
  • Inn-1 Use of Solatubes
  • - achieves a high of natural daylight across
    the tenancys work settings
  • -artificial lights are rarely used in approx.
    50 of the tenancy resulting in a quantifiable
    benefit of energy savings as well as occupants
    wellbeing
  • -1st time this product was used in Australia
  • 1 point awarded

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THE PROCESS
  • 1. Client initiated project requested 4 star
    Green Star result. Funding from EPA QGAO (50
    each). Building owner paid for half of Solatubes.
  • 2. Design, Research and Specification Writing.
    Approx. 8 months from inception to end of
    Construction Documents.
  • 3. Start up Green Star meeting with contractors,
    going through the Green Star requirements. Handed
    over template letters for suppliers and
    deliveries.

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THE PROCESS
  • 4. Construction Q-Build. Approx. 2 months from
    beginning to practical completion. Project
    Services design team worked closely with Q-Build
    Construction Manager during construction.
  • 5. Green Star Submission Compilation took approx.
    6 months after PC to complete.
  • Note The project was completed entirely within
    DPW without the aid of any external ESD
    consultant or Formal Peer review.

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THE LOW HANGING FRUIT
  • Which OI credits were easier to achieve in this
    project
  • Man-1 Green Star Accredited Professional
  • Man-5 Environmental Management
  • IEQ-9 Asbestos
  • Mat-1 Workstations (all GECA)
  • Mat-2 Flooring Reused- used what building owner
    supplied.
  • Mat-4 Chairs (all GECA)
  • Mat-5 Tables (all GECA)
  • Mat-6 Storage (GECA and complying information)

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  • Which OI credits were harder to achieve in this
    project
  • Man-2 Commissioning
  • IEQ-11 VOCs
  • IEQ-12 Formaldehyde
  • Mat-7 Joinery
  • Mat-10 PVC minimisation
  • Mat-11 Timber

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BENEFITS
  • Improved Indoor Environmental Quality through
  • Individual comfort control from the workstation
    screens
  • Indoor Plants
  • Low VOC paints, adhesives and sealants used
  • Flexible lighting and dimmable sky lighting
    system
  • Lower Energy use through
  • Zoned lighting air conditioning services,
    giving user control over building services.
    Occupants have the ability to reduce their energy
    use in the tenancy by turning off areas not in
    use.
  • Reduction of waste to land fill through
  • Collection of office recycling waste.
  • Construction waste was minimised.

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BENEFITS
  • This Green Star tenancy was a catalyst for
    operational change in the tenancy the
    construction process. The design construction
    knowledge gained from this project was certainly
    valuable and has had a positive influenced on
    other government projects!
  • Budget
  • This Green Star tenancy was achieved within
    the construction budget. The tenancy construction
    costs were between 1015 more than a typical
    tenancy fitout of this size.

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WHAT MADE THE PROJECT SUCCESSFUL?
  • Informed Client- Client Driven
  • Passionate informed team- very important
  • Believed in and embraced the Green Star process
  • Most team members are Green Star APs
  • Detailed tight specification documentation
  • Good communication within the team
  • It was a TEAM effort! One person could not have
    completed the Green Star process by themselves
  • Being proactive through all stages of the project

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LESSONS LEARNT ON THIS PROJECT
  • The design team GS AP needs to be available to
    the construction team to solve issues quickly
    effectively.
  • Be proactive with all the contractors, including
    the sub-contractors throughout the construction
    process.
  • If team members change during the design
    construction process, allow for a long cross
    over time.
  • If people are not motivated to get involved in
    the Green Star process the submission, dont
    expect decent Green Star documentation from them.
  • Standard contracts need to be improved to handle
    the Green Star requirements.

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Office Interiors Green Star Tool
  • There are currently 11 certified Office Interiors
    projects in Australia
  • Three projects certified under version 1
  • One 4 star
  • Two 5 star
  • Eight projects certified under version 1.1
  • Four 4 star
  • Two 5 star
  • Two 6 star
  • EPA Toowoomba is the first Office Interiors
    Green Star rating in Queensland. The first OI
    project to achieve their desired rating on a
    round one submission.
  • For further information see
  • http//www.gbca.org.au/greenstar-projects

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END RESULT
  • A HAPPY TEAM!

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Our Experts
TO BREAKFAST WITH THE STARS
Lisa Britzman Interior Designer Project
Services Emily Webb- Mechanical Engineer
Professional Services Portfolio of Project
Services Tim Boyle-Assistant
Manager Department of Environment and Resource
Management Chris Hill- Regional Manager
Environmental Services, South West Region of the
Department of Environment and Resource Management
(DERM). Ashley Newcomb- Director Lease
Management Group The Accommodation
Office David Barrack Operations/Construction
Manager Q-Build
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