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Title: MINING LEED Silver, Gold and Platinum


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MINING LEEDSilver, Gold and Platinum
Reflections from the Mountain Campus
CACUBO Conference October 7, 2007
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MINING LEEDSilver, Gold and Platinum
  • Dr. Kathe Shinham
  • Vice President
  • Administration and Finance
  • Northern Arizona University
  • Mark Flynn
  • Executive Director
  • Capital Assets and Services
  • Northern Arizona University

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MINING LEEDSilver, Gold and Platinum
  • Legislative Challenge
  • Governor Order

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  • What is it?
  • Leadership in Energy and
    Environmental Design
  • What does it mean?
  • The LEED Green Building rating
    system is the national benchmark
  • for high performance green buildings

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MINING LEEDSilver, Gold and Platinum
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MINING LEEDSilver, Gold and Platinum
A university going green
NAU takes the challenge
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College of Engineering and Natural
Sciences
  • SeekingLEED Silver

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College of Engineering and Natural
Sciences
  • Transparent mechanical operations

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Sustainable Strategies for Building at NAU
  • General Considerations
  • Develop Technical Standards
  • Design for Planned Commissioning
  • Smart Digital Controls
  • Renewable Energy Development Biomass,
    Gasification, Solar, Cogeneration, Wind, etc
  • Site Implications to Minimize Disturbance

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Sustainable Strategies for Building at NAU
  • Exterior Considerations
  • Solar Orientation
  • Reflective Roofing
  • Pervious Concrete
  • Extreme Ultra-Violet (UV)
  • Freeze / Thaw Cycles
  • Material Choices
  • Transit Spine and Parking

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Sustainable Strategies for Building at NAU
  • Interior Considerations
  • Building Mass
  • Vestibule Entries
  • Solar Gain / Daylighting
  • Adaptive Cooling (UFAD)
  • Low VOC / Recycled Materials
  • Double Plumbed Waste Conveyance (waterless
    urinals reclaimed water)
  • Natural Greenery in Public Spaces

12
College of Business
Administration
  • Seeking LEED Gold

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MINING LEEDSilver, Gold and Platinum
A university seeking platinum
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Applied Research Development
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Applied Research Development
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Detention Basin
Applied Research Development
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Gallery Study Rainwater
Cycle
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Applied Research Development
Gallery Study Comfort Criteria
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Applied Research Development
  • Atrium View

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Gallery Study
HIGH LEVEL VENTING REDUCES HEAT BUILD UP
TALL SPACE ALLOWS STRATIFIED CONDITIONS
LOW E, DOUBLE GLAZED TO LIMIT LOSS, LOCAL
FRITTING TO DIFFUSE LIGHT
INTERNAL BLINDS REDUCE RADIANCE/GLARE LOSS/GAIN
LOW LEVEL VENT-SUPPLIED OUTSIDE AIR
AIR CONDITIONED
EXTERNAL SHADING (ALLOWS WINTER GAIN, RESTRICTS
SUMMER GAIN)
EXTERIOR BLINDS AT OFFICES TO LIMIT GAIN
Comfort Criteria
OCCUPIED ZONE
RADIANT FLOOR SUPPLEMENTARY HEATING
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Applied Research Development
Gallery Study Comfort Criteria
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Gallery Study
WINTER
SUMMER
60F Typical
88F (db) Max Adaptive Comfort (10
Dissatisfied)
71F Capability
71F /- 3F
78F /- 3F
71F /- 3F
78F /- 4F
71F /- 3F
78F /- 4F
ASHRAE STANDARD 55 COMFORT (10 DISSATISFIED)
ASHRAE STANDARD 55 COMFORT (10 DISSATISFIED)
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Gallery Study
Comfort Criteria
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Gallery Study
WaterRecycling
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Applied Research Development
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Construction Challenges
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Construction Challenges
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Construction Challenges
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LEED Challenges at 7,000 Ft
  • Elevation
  • 20 Platinum Buildings Completed or in
    Development, all at elevations less than 1500
    feet
  • Atmospheric Conditions
  • Extreme Ultra -Violet (UV)
  • Freeze / Thaw Cycles
  • Low Humidity - Cooling Issues

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NAU Challenges to LEED
  • Concrete with High Fly Ash Content (40)
  • Designing a BSL3 laboratory building
  • Construction in an active detention basin
  • Construction in severe winter weather conditions
    envelope and glazing
  • Construction within an active campus

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Summary and Conclusions
  • Increased Body of Knowledge
  • Economic Driver for Rural Arizona
  • Higher Level of User Comfortand Productivity
  • Public Interest

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MINING LEEDSilver, Gold and Platinum
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