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Title: SUSTAINABLE DESIGN NEW DEVELOPMENTS


1
SUSTAINABLE DESIGN NEW DEVELOPMENTS
  • SMALL BUSINESS FORUM
  • 2008

2
  • Mark Nakahira, RA
  • NAVFAC Hawaii
  • Architect, Capital Improvements
  • 471-0045
  • mark.nakahira_at_navy.mil
  • Naval Facilities Engineering Command (NAVFAC)
  • NAVFAC Pacific (PAC)
  • NAVFAC Hawaii (HI)
  • NAVFAC Far East
  • NAVFAC Marianas
  • Guam build-up, NAVFAC HI to do more MILCON,
    larger projects in State of Hawaii

3
OVERVIEW
  • NEW DEVELOPMENTS - RESOURCES
  • US Green Building Council (USGBD)/LEED
  • USGBC Hawaii Chapter
  • Department of Business, Economic Development,
    and Tourism (DBEDT)
  • HECO
  • Whole Building Design Guide (WBDG)
  • NEW REQUIREMENTS/REGULATIONS
  • Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) 4-030-01
  • Engineering Construction Bulletin (ECB) 2008-01
  • Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007
  • NAVFAC Hawaii Sustainability Initiative

4
WHATS THE BIG IDEA?
  • THE MORE SMALL BUSINESS PROVIDERS KNOW ABOUT
    SUSTAINABILITY, THE MORE VALUABLE THEY WILL BE.
  • DESIGN BUILD EXECUTION PUTS THE EMPHASIS ON THE
    CONTRACTED PARTY, FEWER PRESCRIPTIVE REQUIREMENTS
  • LARGER DESIGN BID BUILD PROJECTS BY A-E (NAVFAC
    HI)
  • FIELD IS VERY DYNAMIC, EVER-CHANGING LOTS TO
    KNOW
  • PROVIDERS WHO KNOW AND CAN ASSIST THE GOVT THE
    MOST HAVE AN ADVANTAGE

5
ResourceUSGBC US GREEN BUILDING COUNCIL
  • Umbrella organization
  • Resource
  • Training
  • LEED
  • http//www.usgbc.org/

6
Resource Leadership in Energy and Environmental
Design (LEED)
  • LEED
  • Administered by the USGBC
  • Ratings systems
  • New Construction (NC)
  • Commercial Interiors (CI)
  • Existing Buildings (EB)
  • Others
  • Third party certification program
  • Professional Accreditation (LEED AP)
  • Version 3.0 2009

7
RESOURCES - LOCAL
  • USGBC Hawaii Chapter
  • http//chapters.usgbc.org/hawaii

8
RESOURCES - LOCAL
  • Department of Business, Economic Development and
    Tourism (DBEDT)
  • LEED NC/CI/EB training
  • Workshops 10/31-23
  • Gail Suzuki-Jones
  • 587-3802
  • http//hawaii.gov/dbedt/info/energy/efficiency/

9
RESOURCES - LOCAL
  • Hawaiian Electric Company
  • 2008 Energy Expo
  • September 18, 2008

10
ResourceWHOLE BUILDING DESIGN GUIDE
  • WBDG
  • The WBDG is the only web-based portal providing
    government and industry practitioners with
    one-stop access to up-to-date information on a
    wide range of building-related guidance, criteria
    and technology ..
  • http//www.wbdg.org/
  • All services

11
ResourceWHOLE BUILDING DESIGN GUIDE
  • WBDG
  • NAVFAC Sustainable Development Program
  • Policy and Mandates
  • Criteria
  • Tools
  • http//www.wbdg.org/references/pa_dod_sust.php

12
ResourceWHOLE BUILDING DESIGN GUIDE
  • WBDG
  • Unified Facilities Criteria (UFC) documents
    provide planning, design, construction,
    sustainment, restoration, and modernization
    criteria
  • UFC 4-030-01 Sustainable Development (12-21-2007)
  • http//www.wbdg.org/ccb/browse_cat.php?o29c4

13
New RequirementUnified Facilities Criteria
(UFC) 4-030-01
  • Work in progress, especially related to
    renovation/repair work (non-MILCON). Expect
    revisions
  • References are in some cases outdated
  • Not coordinated yet with other UFCs such as UFC
    1-200-01 General Building Requirements (11/2007)
  • 2-2.2.1 For all new construction and renovation
    building projects over 750K, reduce the
    life-cycle cost of shore facilities by
    incorporating sustainable concepts, strategies
    and features and meet the required LEED level
    rating, consistent with mission, budget and
    client requirements.

14
New Requirement Engineering and Construction
Bulletin (ECB) 2008-01
  • ECB 2008-01
  • Subject Energy Policy Act of 2005 Implementation
    and USGBC LEED Certification
  • 12/13/2007
  • Supersedes ECB 2007-05
  • Use of LEED ratings system
  • Not available on-line
  • Almost all applicable projects (new buildings,
    major renovations) will be Design Build, with the
    requirement to achieve LEED Silver performance
    based
  • Purpose
  • Provide guidance for complying with the design
    and construction requirements of the Energy
    Policy Act (EPAct) of 2005, reference (a), and
    the Executive Order 13423, reference (b).
    Additionally, provide guidance on achieving LEED
    Silver-level performance and USGBC certification
    described in reference (c).

15
New Requirement Engineering and Construction
Bulletin (ECB) 2008-01
  • FY09 Projects and Beyond
  • All projects for new buildings and major
    renovations where the work exceeds 50 percent of
    the buildings plant replacement value (PRV) must
    comply with EPAct 2005 requirements as codified
    under US Code 10 CFR 433 435, regardless of
    fund source, building size, location or temporary
    nature. Projects must also comply with the
    Executive Order 13423, reference (b). All
    projects must be registered with USGBC and have
    the required LEED submittal documentation
    certified by USGBC to meet the required LEED
    Silver-level rating.
  • Attachment 2
  • For all applicable projects (new buildings and
    major renovations where the work exceeds 50
    percent of the buildings plant replacement value
    (PRV)), use these credit strategies in meeting
    the LEED Silver-level performance.

16
New Requirement Engineering and Construction
Bulletin (ECB) 2008-01
  • Attachment 2 MOU High Performance LEED Credits
  • Title Credit Number of LEED Points
  • Employ Integrated Design Principles N/A 0
    points
  • Sustainable Sites
  • Stormwater Design, Quantity Control SS 6.1 1
    point
  • Stormwater Design, Quality Control SS 6.2 1
    point
  • Water Efficiency
  • Water Efficient Landscaping, Reduce by 50 WE
    1.1 1 point
  • Water Use Reduction, 20 Reduction WE 3.1 1
    point
  • Energy and Atmosphere
  • Fundamental Commissioning EAP 0 points
  • Optimize Energy Performance, 30
  • Reduction (EPACT 2005 Section 109) EA 1 4
    points
  • (6 points for major renovations)
  • Enhanced Refrigerant Management EA 4 1 point
  • Measurement and Verification EA 5 1 point

17
New Requirement Engineering and Construction
Bulletin (ECB) 2008-01
  • Attachment 2 MOU High Performance LEED Credits
  • Title Credit Number of LEED
    Points
  • Materials and Resources
  • Construction Waste Management MR 2.1 1 point
  • Recycled Content, 10 MR 4.1 1 point
  • Rapidly Renewable Products MR 6 1 point
  • Certified Wood MR 7 1 point
  • Indoor environmental Quality
  • Low Emitting Materials EQ 4 1 point
  • Thermal Comfort Design EQ 7.1 1 point
  • Daylighting EQ 8.1 1 point
  • Innovation and Design Process
  • Moisture Control Plan ID 1 1 point
  • Bio-Based Products ID 1 1 point
  • LEED Accredited Professional ID 2 1 point

18
New Requirement Energy Independence and
Security Act of 2007
  • 12/2007
  • Sec. 434 requires that any large capital energy
    investment in an existing building involving
    replacement of installed equipment (such as HVAC
    systems) employ the most energy efficient
    designs, systems, equipment, and controls that
    are life-cycle cost effective.
  • Sec. 523 requires new Federal buildings and
    existing buildings undergoing major renovation to
    supply not less than 30 of the hot water
    requirements through solar heating if life-cycle
    cost effective.
  • Navy is in the process of reviewing, assessing
    impacts, and developing implementation guidance

19
Pending Requirement NAVFAC HI Sustainability
Initiative
  • Reduce base energy consumption by 2 year.
  • Local initiative for NAVFAC HI only projects
    aimed at repair and renovation projects not
    covered by UFC 4-030-01 or EPAct 2005 (ECB
    2008-01)
  • Design-build projects task order awards based in
    part on quality of sustainability proposal
  • In-house design prescriptive in the use of
    sustainable strategies, products and systems
  • Energy modeling, life-cycle cost analysis
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