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Title: SUSTAINABLE ROOFING cradle to cradle with modified bitumen


1
SUSTAINABLE ROOFING cradle to cradle with
modified bitumen
  • AIA Credit Presented by
  • _______________
  • __________________________________

2
AIA/CES
  • Performance Roof Systems Inc./DERBIGUM is a
    Registered Provider with The American Institute
    of Architects Continuing Education Systems.
  • Credit earned on completion of the program will
    be reported to CES Records for AIA members.
  • Certificates of Completion for non-AIA members
    are available on request.

3
AIA/CES
  • This program is registered with the AIA/CES for
    continuing education.
  • As such, it does not include content that may be
    deemed or construed to be an approval or
    endorsement by the AIA of any material of
    construction or any method or manner of handling,
    using, distributing, or dealing in any material
    or product.
  • Questions related to specific materials, methods,
    and services will be addressed at the conclusion
    of this presentation.

4
Learning Objectives
  • Upon completion of this program, participants
    will be able to
  • Identify some of the reasons why sustainability
    has become a hot topic of conversation
  • Define sustainability as it applies to
    development and the roofing industry
  • Identify the three critical elements of
    sustainable roofing
  • Identify questions that should be asked of a
    manufacturer.

5
Politics of Sustainability
  • ...each day brings further evidence that the ways
    we use energy strengthen our adversaries and
    threaten our planet...We will harness the sun and
    the winds and the soil to fuel our cars and run
    our factories...And to those nations like ours
    that enjoy relative plenty, we say we can no
    longer afford indifference to suffering outside
    our borders nor can we consume the worlds
    resources without regard to effect. For the world
    has changed, and we must change with it.
  • - President Barack Obama, inauguration speech
    (20 January 2009)

6
Why Sustainable Buildings?
  • Today we are faced with many questions
  • Energy Supply
  • Reliance on foreign resources
  • Economic growth worldwide
  • Rising Costs of Energy
  • Peak Energy Demands
  • Carbon Footprint
  • How big a role do Buildings play in this?

7
Why Sustainable Buildings?
8
Why Sustainable Buildings?
9
Why Sustainable Buildings?
  • LEED v. Non-LEED Buildings
  • 11.33/sf higher rent
  • 4.1 higher occupancy
  • 171/sf higher sale price
  • 25-30 less energy use
  • (Source CoStar Group, CoStar Study Finds Energy
    Star, LEED Bldgs. Outperform Peers, March 2008)

10
Sustainability Defined
  • Question
  • What is Sustainability in the Building Envelope
    and Roofing industry?
  • What is Sustainable Development?
  • What is Sustainable Roofing?

11
Sustainability Defined
  • Most Common Definition
  • Sustainable development is development that
    meets the needs of the present without
    compromising the ability of future generations to
    meet their own needs.
  • The Brundtland Report

12
Sustainable Roofing Defined
  • SUSTAINABLE
  • ROOFING

13
Sustainable Roofing Defined
  • Organizations Trying to Define
  • Asphalt Roofing Manufacturers Association
  • Center for Environmental Innovation in Roofing
  • National Roofing Contractors Association

14
Sustainable Roofing Defined
  • Advertising Trying to Define
  • Green Roofs?
  • White Roofs?
  • Black Roofs?
  • Longevity?
  • Recycled Content?
  • Recyclability?
  • Alternative Energy Systems?

15
Sustainable Roofing Defined
  • Couldnt Sustainable Roofing Be All of These

16
Sustainable Roofing Defined
  • AND MORE?

17
Sustainable Roofing cradle to cradle
  • Designing roof systems for future generations
  • Evolving concept
  • Must address all aspects of the roofing process
    and participants business
  • Maximize waterproofing service life while
    minimizing current and future resource usage
  • Lowest life cycle cost available

18
Sustainable Roofing cradle to cradle
Sustainable Production
Sustainable Relationships
Sustainable Systems
19
Sustainable Production
Sustainable Production
20
Sustainable Production practice what they preach
  • ISO 14001
  • Certifies Manufacturers Practices
  • They ask owners to buy in to the green program
    but do they?
  • Environmental Management
  • Do they have policies and procedures?
  • Minimal Impact on the Environment
  • Can you quantify their impact of production?

21
Sustainable Production practice what they preach
  • Recycled Content
  • Materials
  • Virgin Polymers
  • Recycled Content
  • Materials
  • Recycled Polymers

22
Sustainable Production practice what they preach
  • Recycled Content
  • Resources
  • Post Industrial
  • (Pre Consumer)

23
Sustainable Production practice what they preach
  • Recycled Content
  • Resources
  • Post Consumer

24
Sustainable Production practice what they preach
  • Recycled Content
  • Leadership in Energy Environmental Design
  • Materials Resources
  • Credit 4.1 - 4.2 Recycled Content
  • 10, 20 (30 for ID) Post-consumer ½
    Pre-consumer
  • Intent Increase demand for building products
    that incorporate recycled content materials,
    thereby reducing impacts
  • resulting from extraction and processing of
    virgin materials.

25
Sustainable Production practice what they preach
  • Raw Material Selection
  • High Quality Bitumen High Quality Polymers
    Positive Properties of Polymers
  • High Percentage Phase Inversion
  • On-site Laboratory Testing Throughout
    Manufacturing Process
  • Results
  • Increased Resistance to Heat Ultraviolet
    Penetration
  • Superior Cold Temperature Flexibility

26
Sustainable Production practice what they preach
  • Recycled Content
  • Production Waste
  • High Quality Control to Decrease Waste
  • Recycling Capability On-Site
  • Certified Disposal Program

27
Sustainable Systems
Sustainable Systems
28
Sustainable Systems high performance design
  • Critical Design Factors
  • Investment in Design vs. Correction later
  • Building green can have minimal affectif anyon
    construction costs if sustainability goals are
    discussed and integrated early in the design
    process.
  • Report by the cost management firm Davis Langdon

29
Sustainable Systems high performance design
  • Critical Design Factors
  • Thermal Design
  • Energy Cost (Efficiency / Conservation)
  • Multiple Layers
  • Eliminates Pre-mature Tear-Off

30
Sustainable Systems high performance design
  • Critical Design Factors
  • Slope
  • Positive
  • Adequate Drainage
  • Ponding (in some cases) accelerates the aging
    process

31
Sustainable Systems high performance design
  • Critical Design Factors
  • Details (Roof Area)
  • Flashing
  • Penetrations
  • Examples
  • Removable

32
Sustainable Systems high performance design
  • Critical Design Factors
  • Membrane
  • Durability
  • Proven Performance
  • Surface Characteristics may or may not be
    reflective

33
Sustainable Systems high performance design
  • MFG Choice
  • Product Design
  • Proven Performance
  • System
  • MFG

34
Sustainable Systems high performance design
  • MFG Choice
  • Product Design
  • Bitumen/Polymer Blend
  • Reinforce
  • Dual vs. Single
  • Top vs. Mid

35
Sustainable Systems high performance design
  • MFG Choice
  • Approved Application
  • Planned Specification Review
  • Trained Contractors
  • Supervision (MFG Approved Quality Control)
  • Quality Assurance Audit

36
Sustainable Systems traditional roofing process
  • Wastes in original cost of insulation, tear-off
    labor disposal
  • Wastes original natural resources
  • Requires greater amount of new non-renewable
    resources

37
Sustainable Systems sustainable roofing process
  • Closed loop is the goal for material flow
  • Maximum roof service life for minimal resources
  • Saves original investment in roof insulation
  • Eliminates cost for tear-off labor and disposal
  • Minimizes life cycle costs

38
Sustainable Relationships
Sustainable Relationships
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Sustainable Relationships partnering with
stakeholders
  • Join USGBC Local Chapters
  • GreenBuild International Conference and Expo
  • Attend local meetings
  • USGBC
  • ASHRAE
  • CSI
  • Green Drinks
  • Develop relationships with installers and
    contractors building green

40
Sustainable Relationships partnering with
stakeholders
  • Sustainable Guarantee
  • Promise Upfront
  • LCC
  • Consistency / Accountability

41
Sustainable Relationships partnering with
stakeholders
  • Inclusive Maintenance Program
  • Proactive
  • Comprehensive
  • Moisture
  • Cleaning
  • Relationship / Partnership Owner MFG Contractor
    Specification

42
Sustainable Relationships partnering with
stakeholders
  • Recover Options
  • Landfill / Tear off Costs
  • Recyclability / Material Reuse
  • Natural Resource Conservation
  • Minimal Disruption

43
Sustainable Roofing Defined
  • Couldnt Sustainable Roofing Be All of These

44
Sustainable Roofing Defined
  • AND MORE?

45
Sustainable Roofing cradle to cradle
Sustainable Production
Sustainable Relationships
Sustainable Systems
46
Thank You!!
  • QUESTIONS?
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