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Title: Building Materials Salvage and Reuse


1
Building Materials Salvage and Reuse
  • Virginia Projects
  • and
  • Locality Initiatives

G. Stephen Coe Va Dept of Environmental
Quality November 2005
2
Goals
  • To reduce waste
  • To recover materials that have further value in
    construction
  • To promote environmental awareness
  • To promote environmental building strategies
    (United States Green Buildings Council Leadership
    in Energy and Environmental Design Program - LEED)

3
Fort Monroe, Virginia
  • Base was faced with the removal of 58 buildings
  • 7 Duplex housing units
  • 7 WW II era barracks
  • 44 wood-framed brick buildings
  • DOD directive required a waste diversion of at
    least 40
  • Work planned and executed in 4 Phases

4
FORT MONROE, VIRGINIA
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Deconstruction I Phase I
  • 7 buildings removed on schedule
  • 56,500 square feet
  • 2,150 tons landfilled
  • 1,441 tons salvaged or recycled
  • 4.20 per square foot cost

7
Phase II
  • 7 buildings removed on schedule
  • 36,800 square feet
  • 204 tons landfilled
  • 638 tons salvaged or recycled
  • 13.33 per square foot cost

8
Phase III
  • True deconstruction project
  • 7 buildings deconstructed
  • 41,234 square feet
  • 864 tons landfilled
  • 2,525 salvaged or recycled 75 diversion
  • 9.98 per square foot cost

9
Deconstruction II Phase IV
  • 37 buildings
  • 152,425 square feet
  • 2,865 tons landfilled
  • 10,450 tons salvaged or recycled
  • 79 diversion
  • 8.71 per square foot cost

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Project Summary
  • 58 buildings totally nearly 290,000 square feet
    removed
  • Over 21,000 tons of waste material generated
  • Over 15,000 tons of material salvaged or reused
  • 72 diversion rate
  • Average cost of 8.60 per square foot

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Salvaged/Recycled Materials
  • Framing lumber Windows
  • Light fixtures Sinks
  • Faucets Toilets
  • Wood flooring Doors
  • Bricks Decorative trim
  • Vinyl/aluminum siding
  • Conduit/Electrical
  • Bathtubs Stair cases

12
Commonwealth of Virginia Consolidated Laboratory
Project
  • 14th and Main Streets
  • Site for new downtown 7-story parking deck
  • 6-story concrete building and related 1-story
    laboratory 204,000 square feet
  • Virginia Department of General Services developed
    contract ……to optimize a recycling and material
    conservation plan in a state construction project
    …….

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Project Goals
  • Minimize the debris sent to the landfill.
  • Recycle concrete on site.
  • Dispose of asphalt and metal at recycling
    facilities.
  • Reduce fuel consumption.
  • Reduce the construction project cost for states
    new parking deck.

15
Project Results
  • 10-month deconstruction project
  • Reuse/salvage operation removed items that had
    potential reuse, including wiring, plumbing and
    fixtures
  • Concrete from buildings was crushed on-site and
    was used as backfill material in preparation for
    the new parking deck
  • Other materials sent to recycling/process
    facilities

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Crushed Concrete
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Crushed Concrete as Backfill
18
New Parking Deck
Opened August 2005
Opening August 2005
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Project Results
  • Project savings estimated at almost 500,000
  • Savings on procurement of fill material 12,750
    tons of concrete were recycled on-site
  • Savings on disposal of construction debris
    14,000 tons of concrete, asphalt and metal were
    recycled
  • Salvaged materials generated more than 60,000 in
    revenue

20
Project Recognition
  • National Association of State Facilities
    Administrators Award for Innovation (Design and
    Construction Category)
  • Virginia Recycling Association's Greenbuilder
    Award for 2004
  • National and international newspaper articles

21
Arlington Countys Green Building Initiative
  • Arlington County has made the commitment to being
    a steward of its environment
  • Green procurement materials with recycled
    content and low environmental impacts
  • Green building design both public and private
    projects

22
County Initiatives
  • Adopted the US Green Building Councils
    Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design
    (LEED) Green Building Rating System
  • Promoted Green Building on its web site and
    through its zoning and building departments
  • Established a Green Building Fund to provide
    education and outreach to developers
  • Established a Green Building Incentive Program
    (site density and height consideration)
  • www.arlingtonva.us/departments/environmentalservi
    ces

23
Green Building Projects
  • Langston Brown Community Center
  • Walter Reed Community Center
  • Aurora Hills Fire Station
  • Park Operations Building
  • County Building at Courthouse Plaza
  • Shirlington Branch Library
  • Westover Branch Library
  • Green residential high-rise project approved for
    Rossyln

24
Virginia Sustainable Building Network
  • Virginia Sustainable Building Network (VSBN) is
    the only statewide organization that brings
    together representatives from diverse sectors who
    are interested in
  • building healthy, energy-efficient,
    environmentally friendly buildings and
    sustainable communities
  • changing the way homes, commercial and
    institutional buildings, and communities are
    built in the state.

25
Virginia Sustainable Building Network
  • www.vsbn.org
  • Green Building Information Resources
  • Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Renewable Energy
  • Green Building -- Residential
  • Green Building -- Commercial
  • Green Building -- Design and Products
  • Green Building -- Waste Reduction
  • Sustainable Development General, Livable
    Communities and Watersheds

26
Thank You. Questions?
  • CONTACTS
  • Steve Coe, VA DEQ
  • 804-698-4029
  • Bruce Brooks, VA DGS
  • 804-786-1821
  • Annette Osso, VA SBN
  • 703-486-2966
  • Joan Kelsch, Arlington County
  • 703-288-3359
  • Peter Van Dyke, Fort Monroe
  • 757-788-2444
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