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Title: Taking care of the Triple Bottom Line: PlanetPeopleProfit, Made Practical


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Taking care of the Triple Bottom Line
Planet-People-Profit, Made Practical
700 Brooksedge Blvd. Westerville, Ohio
43081 www.m-corporations.com 614-818-9070
  • Lori A. Bongiorno, R.A., LEED AP
  • Dr. George A. Schmidt

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Presentation Expectations
  • 60 Minutes MAX!
  • USGBC Intent
  • Beyond LEED
  • Triple Bottom Line People-Planet-Profit
  • Benefits
  • The Everyday

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What is your experience with LEED?
  • ?

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Their Answer…
Scores are tallied for different aspects of
efficiency and design in appropriate
categories. For instance, LEED assesses in
detail 1. Site Planning 2. Water Management 3.
Energy Management 4. Material Use 5. Indoor
Environmental Air Quality 6. Innovation
Design Process
Multiple Platforms of Applicability
LEADERSHIP in ENERGY and ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN A
leading-edge system for certifying DESIGN,
CONSTRUCTION, OPERATIONS of the greenest
buildings in the world
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How does this apply to me?
(both existing and new)
  • LEED isnt applicable to everyone use it as a
    driver.
  • Ideology over application.
  • Future thinking truly sustainable.
  • Who are you serving, where are you going?
  • Economy are you controlling your expenses?
  • Energy Audits / Efficiency Assessments (gov.).
  • Business Platform where is the intersection
    with profitability?
  • No longer what you spend, but how what you spend
    affects bottom line / PR.

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Future Thinking
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Paradigm shift
profit
Reduced Environmental Impact Energy and Resource
Reduction Lower Operational Costs Increased
Asset Value Increased Tenant Satisfaction Improve
d Productivity Reduced Absenteeism
planet
Triple Bottom Line
people
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R.O.I.

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Its Been Researched
  • Hershong Mahone Group Inc.
  • Office Worker Performance and the Indoor
    Environment 2003
  • Gregory Katz
  • Greening Americas Schools -2006
  • 3. CoStar Retail Leasing Report

there is a large body of research linking health
and productivity with specific building design
attributes
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The next step in thought processes
Can you better experience your buildings? What
affects your everyday life? How do those you
serve interact?
  • Low-emitting materials reduce the quantity of
    indoor
  • chemicals that are odorous, potentially
    irritating
  • and/or harmful to the comfort and well-being
    of
  • installers and occupants. V.O.C.s (Volatile
    Organic Compound) are found in Adhesives and
    Sealants Paints and coatings Carpet Urea-Form
    aldehyde Resins are found in most forms of
    particle board, oriented strand board OSB,
  • plywood. Think furniture laminates.

Wheres the Daylight maximize daylight to
minimize heating load and to offset artificial
lighting, either through controls or through
simply turning them off. Proper Lamping and
HVAC find the most efficient options out there
a professional can assist you in modeling new
buildings and auditing existing
systems. Material Selections material
conservation is of the utmost importance use
rapidly renewable and highly recycled materials
that have re-use opportunities Cleaning
Supplies Contract with a green cleaning entity
reduces harmful chemicals and cleans believe it
or not. Lemon is a chemical smell!
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Who We Are
29 years
Over 58 dedicated professionals 21
Registered Architects 17 LEED Accredited
Professionals 3 Interior Designers 25
Project Managers and Coordinators 1
Estimator 2 Specification Writers 6
Administrative and Technical Support 1
Graphics Specialist 2 State of Ohio Certified
Plans Examiners
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Services
Sustainability Related Services - Energy
Audits Reporting - Feasibility Studies -
Sustainable Site and Building Design -
Renewable Energy Funding Consultation - R.O.I.
Reporting Estimating - LEED Architectural
Services - Expert Sustainable Engineering
Consultants
CORPORATE FOCUS ON LEED The purpose and intent
of the programs demands have challenged us to
evaluate many aspect of our design process.
Though LEEDs requirements arent appropriate for
every client, its purpose is universal. We have
chosen to take environmental design beyond the
LEED programs requirement to include its
sustainable mindset throughout our projects. Its
ability to promote systematic change is what
defines the programs significance in the
building industry today - for design
professionals and owners. We anticipate LEED will
continue as a dynamic part of the future of
architecture and the built environment. Our
dedication to sustainable design practices will
continue to grow and aspire to meet the
philosophies of LEED as a base service, a service
we believe is highly beneficial to both our
owners and the environment.
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Passion for Sustainability
  • Architects and Engineers have always had a
    passion for designs that take care of the triple
    bottom line.
  • Planet
  • People
  • Profit

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Commissioning A Sustainability Tool
  • Commissioning (Cx) applies to new building or
    major renovations of existing buildings.
  • Re-Commissioning (ReCx) applies to buildings
    that have been previously commissioned.
  • Retro-Commissioning (RetroCx) applies to
    buildings that have never been commissioned.

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Benefits of Commissioning (Planet)
  • Building owners are finding that the energy,
    water, and productivity savings achieved by
    commissioned buildings can offset the cost of the
    commissioning process. Studies indicate 8 to 20
    percent savings in building operating costs over
    those in a non-commissioned building.

(Building Commissioning Guide, Version 2.2,
GSA/DOE, dated July 30, 1998)
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Benefits of Commissioning (People)
  • Aside from achieving documented cost savings
    and cost avoidance, commissioning enhances
    customer satisfaction by promoting proper
    training of the owners Operations Maintenance
    staff, which increases the longevity and
    efficient operation of building systems.

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The Triple Bottom Line
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Seems Environmentally Friendly
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Which Bottom Line Does This Hurt?
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Which Bottom Line Does This Effect?
A return air plenum!
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Energy Efficient Design
  • Intended Use of the Building or Space
  • HVAC
  • Lighting
  • Controls
  • Training
  • Maintainability
  • Sustainability

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Energy Audits
  • Systematic and documentation process to
    evaluate operational energy cost from current
    site to proposed changes. This will be
    calculated from as-built drawings and owner
    provided information. Results will include
    energy cost comparisons and ROI projections.

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Passion for Sustainability
  • Architects and Engineers have always had a
    passion for designs that take care of the triple
    bottom line.
  • Planet
  • People
  • Profit
  • It is practical!

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Collaboration
thats where the magic is
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