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I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 2011 Federal Planning Division 7 April to 0900 Energy Policy to Sustainable Practice
I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e Facilitator: Mary Anne Bowie, FAICP HQ AFGSC/Command Community Planner Booz Allen Hamilton Bart Barnhart, Colonel (via telephone) OSD Office of Sustainable Development Mark Gillem, PhD, AIA, AICP Principal, The Urban Collaborative Associate Professor, Univ. of Oregon Jerry Zekert, AICP Chief of Master Planning HQ US Army Corps of Engineers Energy Policy to Sustainable Practice
I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e Energy Policy to Sustainable Practice Bart Barnhart, Colonel OSD Office of Sustainable Installations
I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e Energy Policy to Sustainable Practice Mary Anne Bowie, FAICP HQ AFGSC/ Command Community Planner Booz Allen Hamilton
I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e Requirements of Executive Order 13514
I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e DoD Strategic Sustainability Performance Plan Department of Defense first Strategic Sustainability Performance Plan (DoD SSPP), dated 26 August 2010, lays out our goals and performance expectations for the next decade, establishing the path by which DoD will serve as a model of sustainability for the nation while enhancing our ability to achieve our mission.
I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e DoD Strategic Sustainability Performance Plan Reduce the use of fossil fuels. Reduce the energy intensity of facilities 30% by FY 15, and 37.5% by FY 20, relative to FY03 levels. 18.3% of energy consumed by facilities be produced or procured from renewable sources by FY20. Reduce petroleum used by vehicle fleets 30% by FY20, relative to FY05.
I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e DoD Strategic Sustainability Performance Plan Improve water resources management. Reduce water consumption of facilities by 26% of FY07 levels by FY20. Reduce the industrial and irrigation water consumption by 20% of FY07 levels by FY20.
I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e DoD Strategic Sustainability Performance Plan Reduce Green House Gas emissions. Employee air travel reduced by 1% by FY13. 10% of employees teleworking at least once a week on regular recurring basis in FY11. 42% of non-hazardous solid waste diverted from landfills not owned by DoD by FY % of energy consumed by facilities be produced or procured from renewable sources by FY20.
I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e DoD Strategic Sustainability Performance Plan Minimize solid waste and optimally manage it. Implement polices by FY14 to reduce the use of printing paper. 50% of non-hazardous solid waste be diverted from waste stream by FY15. 60% of construction and demolition debris be diverted from waste stream by FY15.
I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e DoD Strategic Sustainability Performance Plan Sustainability practices become the norm 95% of procurement is conducted sustainably by FY11. Goal 8: Sustainability built into DoD management systems. All installations have a integrated pest management plan prepared, reviewed and annually updated. Target is 100% by FY11.
I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e Goal #1-Build Ready Engineers Provide more effective Civil Engineer expeditionary and emergency response and management capabilities to meet current and emerging Air Force and CCDR requirements. Goal #3-Build Sustainable Installations Develop sustainable installations by implementing asset management principles for built and natural assets. Goal #2-Build Great Leaders Organize, develop, enable, and retain a trained and capable Total Force Civil Engineer team ready to meet current and emergent mission requirements Civil Engineer Strategic Goals Air Force A7C STRATEGIC GOALS
I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e New Construction and Major Renovation EO §2(g) requires all new buildings entering planning in 2020 or later designed to achieve zero-net-energy use by 2030, and new construction to be 30 percent more efficient than ASHRAE and IESNA standards, and major renovations 20 percent below pre-renovation 2003 baseline. EO §2(g) requires all new agency construction, major renovation and repair are to comply with the Guiding Principles set forth in the 2006 Memorandum of Understanding on Federal Leadership in High Performance and Sustainable Buildings with implementation guidance provided by the Interagency Sustainability Working Group. EO §2(f) requires that new construction and major renovation of agency buildings comply with the Guiding Principles. EISA §433: For new or majorly renovated buildings, fossil-fuel use halved by 2030 relative to FY 2003, and sustainable design principles are to be applied to their siting, design, and construction.
To Deter and Assure UNCLASSIFIED EISA In January 2010, the Department issued a policy memo titled "DoD Implementation of Storm Water Requirements under Section 438 of the Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) that outlines low impact development techniques for maintaining the predevelopment hydrology of project sites, as required by EISA and EO In April, the UFC Low Impact Development Manual was issued, indicating that the UFC is under revision to comply with EISA §438 and EO
I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e Energy Policy to Sustainable Practice In a 14 January 2011 memorandum to Air Force Civil engineers, Major General Timothy A. Byers wrote: Building more sustainable installations is the right thing to do and by being more conservation oriented, you can help achieve our goals. Direction is clear: Make our installations sustainable.
I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e 1. Commanders Cover Letter 2. Table of Contents 3. Executive Summary 4. Plan Alignment (Link to DoD, AF, CE, MAJCOM, & installation mission visions, goals and objectives) 5. Installation Setting (installation & Regional) 6. Planning Constraints (all operational, natural and built constraints to development) 7. Installation Capacity Profile (Mission Ops, Infrastructure, Mission Support, Quality of Life) 8. Future Development Planning 8.1 Future Land Use Plan Planning Districts Area Development Plans 8.2 Future Transportation Plan 8.3 Future Alternative Scenarios 8.4 Component Plans (linkage to other plans) 9. Plan Implementation (Capital Improvements Plan ) 9.1 Short Range Development Plan (1-5 years) CIP Goals Achievement Matrix 9.2 Medium Range Development Plan(6 to 10 years) 9.3 Long Range Development Plan (11-20 years) 9.4 Installation Development Map (color coded by development timeframe) 10. Sustainability Indicators Used for Planning 10.1 Air Quality 10.2 Energy Use 10.3 Water Conservation (Quality and Quantity) 10.4 Encroachment 10.5 Community Planning 10.6 Waste Reduction-Non HAZ 10.7 Renewable Energy 10.8 Space Optimization PROPOSED PLAN I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e
To Deter and Assure UNCLASSIFIED Comprehensive Planning What Will Be Measured COMMUNITY DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT ENERGY & GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS WATER EFFICIENCY NATURAL INFRASTRUCTURE BUILT INFRASTRUCTURE MISSION READINESS MATERIALS & WASTE MANAGEMENT TRANSPORTATION COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT INNOVATION & REGIONAL
I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e Energy Policy to Sustainable Practice Mark Gillem, PhD,AIA,AICP Principal, The Urban Collaborative Associate Professor, Univ. of Oregon
I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e Examples From the Field Fort Lewis Fort Carson Ellsworth AFB
I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e Energy Policy to Sustainable Practice Jerry Zekert, AICP Chief of Master Planning HQ US Army Corps of Engineers
I n t e g r i t y - S e r v i c e - E x c e l l e n c e QUESTIONS?
Planning for an Energy Efficient Future A discussion on how Energy/ Net-Zero concepts are integrated into Master Planning practices Jerry Zekert Chief Master Planning Team HQ U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Discussion What is Master Planning: from policy to practice… Current Initiatives and Practices Recommendations Our military's heavy reliance on fossil fuels creates significant risks and costs at a tactical as well as a strategic level. They can be measured in lost dollars, in reduced mission effectiveness and in U.S. soldiers' lives. Dr. Dorothy Robyn Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Installations and Environment
What is a Master Plan? A Master Plan documents the long-term vision for the comprehensive development of an installation. o defines all investment required to achieve the vision o year out o all installations must have a master plan o all stakeholders participate in the plan MDevelop Goals & Objectives Establish the Vision Collect & Analyze data Select & Evaluate Alternatives Develop & Evaluate Alternatives Monitor/ Amend Plan Implement Plan CIS Digest LRC Area Development Plans Installation Development Plan Vision Plan IDG Master PlanPlanning Process
Current Situation 100% US Japan Auto-Focused Abundantly Paved Widely-Spaced Downtown Olympia, Washington Downtown Fort Lewis Clearly Segregated Haphazardly Ordered 25 Increasingly Franchised The Problem: Unsustainable Energy- Inefficient Development
Planning and Army Campaign Plan Army Campaign Plan 1. Soldier, Family, and Civilian Readiness 2. Soldier, Family, and Civilian Well Being 3. Leader and Workforce Development 4. Installation Readiness 5. Safety 6. Energy Efficiency and Security Executive Order Federal Leadership in Environmental, Energy and Performance 8 October 2009 The Head of each agency shall advance regional and local integrated planning by: ensuring that planning for new Federal facilities or new leases includes consideration of sites that are pedestrian friendly, near existing employment centers, and accessible to public transit IMCOM Campaign Plan Sustainable Infrastructure That Supports Senior Commander Requirements Sustainable Army Communities of Excellence Installation Bootprints Streamlined and Transformed Enhanced Capabilities Through Partnerships The Armys Infrastructure Modernized and Sustainable Environmental Stewardship Quality Housing and Barracks A Safe and Secure Community for Soldiers, Family Members, Civilians and Installation assets. Reduced energy and water consumption Increased energy and waster efficiency and modernized infrastructure. Improved development of renewable and alternative energy, and access to energy and water supplies. Improved development of renewable and alternative energy for vehicle fleet. Reduced carbon bootprint on the environment. Installation Readiness Energy Efficiency and Security Installation Vision operational Installation Strategic Plan IMCOM Campaign Plan Federal Plans and Policy Directives Real property master plan long-term development plan
Planning and Army Campaign Plan Army Campaign Plan 1. Deliver USACE support to combat, stability, and disaster operations through forward deployed and reach back capabilities. 2 Deliver enduring and essential water resource solutions through collaboration with partners and stakeholders 3. Deliver innovative, resilient, sustainable solutions to the Armed Services and the Nation. 4. Build and cultivate competent, disciplined and resilient team equipped to deliver high quality solutions. Executive Order Federal Leadership in Environmental, Energy and Performance 8 October 2009 The Head of each agency shall advance regional and local integrated planning by: ensuring that planning for new Federal facilities or new leases includes consideration of sites that are pedestrian friendly, near existing employment centers, and accessible to public transit USACE Campaign Plan Deliver sustainable infrastructure via consistent and effective military construction and real estate support to customers. By e stablishing and implementing an improved infrastructure delivery process, USACE can formulate and implement comprehensive Master Planning doctrine that guides long- term sustainable, energy resilient base development, supported by first-class planning technical support and training for USACE, the Army and DoD, A well-defined future Army requirements process, An effective energy management doctrine, modernized and, technically automated PAX system for programming, requirements analysis, support and execution, and accurate and timely MILCON budget book to OSD and Congress. Deliver innovative, resilient, sustainable solutions to the Armed Services and the Nation. Army Real Property Master Planning Program USACE Campaign Plan IMCOM Campaign Plan Federal Plans and Policy Directives Real property master planning long-term development plan
Planning Initiatives & Practices Area Development Planning Installation Planning Efforts Planning Unified Facility Code Planning Institute
29 Assignable New Construction Area: 1.8M sf max Forecasted Energy Reduction: 14.5M kWh/year Forecasted Energy Cost Reduction: $1.3M/year (at $0.087/kWh) Potential Rainwater Catchment: 3.9M gallons/year (based on 17.4/year and 450KSF rooftop Area Development Planning: Fort Carson Garrison Commanders Motivation for Good Planning Living on an installation that is both sustainable and aesthetically pleasing is very important. Making it Realistic How do you make a good plan? Understand the environment. Practice the art of the doable. Think big, then do a reality check. COL McLaughlin Garrison Cmdr
Planning Codes: 30 Illustrative Plan Key benefits Synchronizes development Allows for determination of maximum capacity Illustrates one way to achieve the planning vision
Planning Codes 31 Regulating Plan Key benefits Allows for flexible future development Ensures vision and tenets are followed consistently Regulates sustainable building form and efficient land use patterns
Garden HomeCheckerboard Live WorkGreensCheckerboard Single FamilyEast Lofts Net-Zero Energy Mixed-Use Community Garden Courts West GreenParking Village Public Activities Central SquareMixed-UseGate house Neighborhood Plan Single Family Live/Work Townhomes Or Attached Dwellings Attached Dwellings Apartments Residential Mixed Use Common House Garages
Net-Zero Energy Mixed-Use Community Comprehensive Planning Open Areas Pedestrian Percolation Mixed-Use Meadows Property Line Planting Strip Civic Space Community Gardens
Net Zero Energy Mixed Used Community Density and Form-Based Coding Density Supports Energy Conservation, Mixed Use Urbanism Affordability Optimum solar Orientation Supports Passive Heating and Cooling Net-Zero Energy Consumption Checkerboard Single Family 20 Duplex, North-South Streets 35 3-Story Townhouse or Live/Work Or 2 Story Townhouse over Flat Transformation
Checkerboard Live/Work Checkerboard Single Family North-South Alleys Support Snow Melt Percolation Parks Replace Streets Checkerboard Live/Works Fruit Tree Terraces Street Tree Rain Garden Net Zero Energy Mixed Used Community Checkerboard Layout for Solar Access
Net Zero Energy Mixed Used Community
Vegetated basin Decomposed granite loading zone Perforated under Drain 5 ft sidewalk Street Tree Street Tree Pedestrian Level Vegetated basin Cobble Inlet Area Net Zero Energy Mixed Used Community
Brick Paving Decomposed Granite Trickle Channel Playground Net Zero Energy Mixed Used Community
Installation Planning Practicums Designed to invigorate installation planning programs. Collaborative installation-wide planning effort to embrace sustainable, energy efficient planning in creating base master plans. Transformational planning events, installation embracing of planning principles Learning by doing… Open to all to participate!!!
Installation Planning Practicums Ft Hunter Liggett full Master Plan Cold Regions Research and Development Laboratory full Master Plan Fort Hood: Visioning Report and 5 Area Development Plans Area Development Plans (Ft Sill, Ft Polk, Ft Carson). Designed to invigorate installation planning programs. 4 other installations. On-going efforts
Master Planning Unified facility criteria DoD effort to establish DoD wide installation planning practices Will embrace most of Army Planning tenets and practices Initial Draft March 2011, Final August 2011 National Federal Planning Guideline – While Building Design Guide: UFC Breakout session 1-2 PM Today Key institutionalize best planning, sustainability and energy practices.
Accredited Master Planning Institute American Planning Association Outstanding Federal Planning Program PROSPECT Courses Real Property Master Planning (75) Advanced Master Planning (952) Applied Skills (326) Master Planning Visualization Techniques (958) Planning Coding (2012) Energy and Sustainability for Planning (2012) Practicums Vision/Installation Design Guide: Fort Hunter Liggett (FHL) Area Development Planning: FHL, Fort Carson, Fort Hood Installation Development Plan: FHL, CRREL Army Planning Symposium 16 th year 4-5 April Boston Share best planning practices Only Accredited Planning training Program in the Federal Government
45 Components of the Enterprise FEDERAL AGENCIES (POLICY) INSTALLATION MANGEMENT COMMAND DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION AGENTS (usace) INSTALLATIONS Low-Impact Development Sustainability Resiliency/ Heath Energy Master Planning Standards And Policy Leadership Competency Culture
Take Aways 46 Embracing sound Planning practices ensures foundation for installation that is energy efficient and NET ZERO Using Area Development Planning provide the process to ensure energy considerations are included. Ensure that you participate in all efforts of the installation planning activities. KEY IS VISION. DoD leading edge professional planning continuing education program for entire community Jerry Zekert Chief, Master Planning Team HQ U.S. Army Corps of Engineers