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Title: Building Standards for High Performance Buildings High Performance Building Council National Institute of Building Sciences Washington DC


1
Building Standards for High Performance
BuildingsHigh Performance Building
CouncilNational Institute of Building
SciencesWashington DC

2
Agenda
  • How did we get here?
  • Congressional Leadership
  • Federal Owners Perspectives
  • Future Opportunities and Challenges

3
High Performance means
  • Greening
  • Energy Efficient
  • Environmentally Preferable Products
  • Sustainable
  • Blast Resistant
  • Net-Zero Energy
  • High Performance Green
  • Return on Investment
  • Met Owners Requirements

4
Energy Policy Act of 2005
  • Sec. 914. BUILDING STANDARDS.
  • (a) DEFINITION OF HIGH PERFORMANCE BUILDINGS.
    In this section, the term high performance
    building means a building that integrates and
    optimizes all major high-performance building
    attributes, including energy efficiency,
    durability, life-cycle performance, and occupant
    productivity.

5
An Authoritative Source of Innovative Solutions
for the Built Environment
6
  • Public Law 93-383, Sect. 809 (1974)

Congress directed NIBS to exercise its functions
and responsibilities in four general areas,
relating to building regulations..
  1. Develop maintain performance criteria for
    maintenance of life, safety, health, and public
    welfare for the built environment.
  2. Evaluate building technology to meet the above
    criteria.
  3. Conduct related and needed investigations
  4. Assemble, store, and disseminate technical data
    and related information

7
Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007
  • Sec. 401. Definitions.
  • (12) HIGH-PERFORMANCE BUILDING The term high
    performance building means a building that
    integrates and optimizes on a life cycle basis
    all major high performance building attributes,
    including energy conservation, environment,
    safety, security, durability, accessibility,
    cost-benefit, productivity, sustainability,
    functionality, and operational considerations.

8
Need for a New Paradigm for Delivering High
Performance Buildings
  • Allow the industry to uniformly move in a
    direction to provide guidance for design
    practice, technology research and development and
    product manufacturing for high performing
    buildings
  • Allow owners to adopt high performance based on
    their economic/mission performance goals
  • Harmonize and coordinate a high performance model
    through one organization

9
  • Identify specific performance attributes that
    would be used to define a high performance
    building.
  • Identify specific performance metrics and
    benchmarks for providing for performance goals.
  • Catalogue existing industry standards and
    programs that are used to measure or validate the
    specific performance metrics including the
    identification of gaps and standards needed to
    measure and validate high performance buildings.
  • Harmonize these standards.

10
High Performance Building Council
  • Acoustical Society of America
  • Air Conditioning Contractors of America
  • Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute
  • Alliance to Save Energy
  • AABC Commission Group
  • American Architectural Manufacturers Association
  • American Chemistry Council
  • American Council of Renewable Energy
  • American Forest and Paper Association
  • American Institute of Architects
  • American Institute of Steel Construction
  • American Institute of Timber Construction
  • American Iron and Steel Institute
  • American National Standards Institute
  • American Society of Civil Engineers
  • American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and
    Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc.
  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers
  • American Solar Energy Society
  • American Welding Society

11
  • Gypsum Association
  • IEEE
  • Illuminating Engineering Society of North America
  • Internal Window Cleaners Association
  • International Association of Plumbing and
    Mechanical Officials
  • International Code Council 
  • Master Painters Institute
  • National Electrical Contractors Association
  • National Electrical Manufacturers Association 
  • National Environmental Balancing Bureau
  • National Fenestration Rating Council 
  • National Fire Protection Association
  • National Institute of Standards and Technology
  • National Roofing Contractors Association 
  • National Sanitation Foundation International
  • National Science Foundation
  • North American Insulation Manufacturers
    Association
  • Plumbing Manufacturers Institute 
  • Portland Cement Association 

12
High PerformanceBuilding Council

13
Industry Standards
  • Essential for Uniformity, Regulation and
    Procurement of Products and Systems
  • Adopted by Reference in Building Codes and
    Project Specifications by Regulators and
    Designers
  • Provide Minimum Safety Expectations
  • Linked to the State of Practice and Current
    Marketplace
  • Developed by over 300 Organizations

14
Definitions
  • Attributes major measurable intents
    (qualitative)
  • Metric measurement that indicates achievement
    of primary indicators (quantitative)
  • Standard agreed upon technique for measuring
    achievements (validation methods)

15
High Performance Attributes
  • Cost Effectiveness
  • Safety and Security
  • Sustainability
  • Accessibility
  • Functionality (Operational, Serviceable)
  • Productivity
  • Historic Preservation
  • Aesthetics

16
Executive Committee Initiatives
  • Cost
  • Energy Use
  • Environmentally Preferable Products
  • Curtain Wall and Glazing
  • Lighting and Electrical Equipment
  • Continuity of Operations

17
Building Industry Changes
  • Building procurement process that considers
    owners business model and expectations
  • Industry process for developing a consensus on
    improving design practice and product performance
    to meet high performance expectations
  • Documentation of these expectations of current
    and future building and product high performance
    levels

18
Assessments
  • We have done the broad paint brush
  • We have laid the initial groundwork
  • We have some deliverables in the pipeline
  • Challenges
  • Depth and breadth of every nook and cranny of
    building performance
  • Performance priorities
  • Competition where no competition intended
  • Federal Owner perspectives
  • Focused attention

19
Points of Contact
  • Get W. Moy-SAME-get.moy_at_aecom.com
  • Steve Mawn-ASTM-smawn_at_astm.org
  • Claire Ramspeck-ASHRAE-cramspeck_at_ashrae.org
  • Rich Walker-AAMA-rwalker_at_aamanet.org
  • Bill Hoyt-NEMA-wil_hoyt_at_nema.org
  • Michael Stark-AGC-starkm._at_agc.org
  • David Collins-AIA-pregrp_at_aol.com
  • Tom Frost-ICC-tfrost_at_iccsafe.org
  • Earle Kennett-NIBS-ekennett_at_nibs.org
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