Presentation on theme: "Intel Ocotillo Campus LEED for Existing Buildings: O&M Silver Certification A leading-edge building rating system used for designing, constructing, operating."— Presentation transcript:
1Intel Ocotillo Campus LEED for Existing Buildings: O&M Silver Certification A leading-edge building rating system used for designing, constructing, operating and certifying the world’s greenest buildings.
2OC12:Fab 32OC8:OfficeOC11:BridgeOC13:Em GenOC10:Fab 22OC9:CUBOC7:SortOC2:OfficeOC4:OfficeMSBOC6:CafeOC1:Fab 12PROJECT BOUNDARY =OC3:CUBNote: The OC5 and NTS warehouse buildings have been removed from the project boundary and this submittal due to their inability to meet the minimum energy efficiency requirements of EAp2/EAc1.
3LEED Certification of the Intel Ocotillo Campus Project Intention:Certify the entire Intel Ocotillo Campus under United States Green Building Council’s (USGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system for Existing Buildings Operations and Maintenance (EBOM) with no capital improvements.Project Result:Intel Ocotillo certified its three generations of wafer fabrication plants, support and office buildings to USGBC’s LEED for Existing Buildings: O&M rating system to the Silver LevelThis is a world 1st for a semiconductor campusto have achieved this certification as anexisting operating manufacturing based campus.Based off our research of ISMI and USGBC websites
4LEED Certification of the Intel Ocotillo Campus This is the world’s 1st semiconductor campus to achieve LEED certification for an existing manufacturing campus*.* Based off our research of ISMI and USGBC websites
5Resources and Time Commitment Time LineNovember the project beganMarch Submitted for review after 2 years of required data collectionMarch 2011 – Intel Ocotillo Campus has 12 of 14 buildings Silver Certified for LEED EBOMResources –5,500 man hoursApproximately $500,000 for total cost of the projectHigher cost due to 1st time for Intel and the USGBC191 Documents submitted110 questions from Green Building Certification InstituteNo other project in the history of USGBC/GBCI has had this level of scrutiny due to the complexity of the projectCampus versus a single stand alone officeExisting Building versus New Construction
6Cost Benefit Analysis Item Cost Benefit Corporate Responsibility ($1000 cost of plaques)Invaluable4000 hits in 1 week on the article, published on Yahoo, Bloomberg , etc...Energy AnalysisInternal timeFirst time there is a usable tool based off data to comprehend what uses energy on siteEnergy Audit$40K$15K savings per yearWaste RecyclingNo additional cost3% increase in recycling rate of 2009 vs 2008, revenue total $181K for 2009.Janitorial Cleaning Chemicals< RCRA waste a saving of $35/ton and lower riskRecycled Materials for paper, carpet tiles etc..Negligible< solid waste, negligible savingsEnergy Star Appliances for Café’sDependentROI <2 year per piece of equipmentWater metersDrive water conservation
7Roadmap for Ocotillo LEED EB Project DiagnosticInfluence/StrategyMeasurementPerformancePeriodLEED CertificationandApplicationLEEDSustainingPhase IQ3 07-Q2 08Phase IIQ3 08- Q2-09Phase IIIQ3-Q1 10Phase IVQ2 10Phase VQ2 10 ->LEED RegistrationScope- Schedule/ MilestonesDevelop Initial StrategyDevelop Energy Strategy and TacticsLEED TrainingID internal data and documents to collectDefine Performance PeriodsUSGBC EngagementDevelop methods to meet creditsPolicies and procedures developmentSubmit application for certificationMake adjustments to application based off response from USGBC.Develop an ongoing management philosophyDevelop team for the long-term maintenance of certificationPerformance periods must end within 7 days of each other
8If you want to certify a campus Costs will be in the following areas:Editing/Submitting documents – 191 documents submittedMechanical and site drawingsCalculationsPE StampsEnergy Audit (ASHRAE Level 1 Audit)Closure of Audit findingsSite auditsTrainingConsultantsGet trained prior to considering this (USGBC LEED EBOM Class or schools)
9What should you do first Hire a consultant to provide a pre-requisite gap analysisMake sure you completely understand what is required “the devil is in the details”Understand where the meters/monitoring is and what data can be gathered to fill out the EPA Energy Star Portfolio ManagerEnergy Performance RatingSub-monitoring/metering for lights, data center, cooling, IT, etc.System level metering
10Focus Points for LEEDMonitoring, Measuring and Managing: Understand true utility consumption by building/system and commitment to managing opportunities and forecast:Natural Gas for the Boilers, Café and hot water heaters.Electricity: data centers, Lighting, general exhaust for buildings, cooling and the major systems.Water: domestic water per building, landscape water and meter per cooling tower.Robust ongoing and continuous commissioning i.e. are your systems functioning per designStress the point that Pre-Reqs are the foundation of the project and we cannot achieve certification unless every one of them is met.
11General Submittal Data Needs: Cross Section of each buildingMap of the Campus and buildingNumber of peopleNumber of people per shiftEach Building floor area + type of floorExplanation of how a school operatesKey Environmental Performance
12Production Facility Campus When looking at the Ocotillo Campus Site Plan, the discrete facilities that appear to be familiar buildings are generally not that at allThese buildings house processes and systems that are interdependent, connected to one another by a complicated web of pipes, wires, tunnels, controls, resources, processes and distributionControlPersonnelMonitoringBrainsBodyToolsMachinesProcessesSupportStagingProcess UtilitiesInputs/Outputs
13Sustainable Sites: Water Efficiency: Highlights Roofs of the buildings are greater 78 SRI20% of Intel’s employees take an alternative means of transportation100% Stormwater retained on siteWater Efficiency:Recycling 78% total water usage (5 million gallons per day)100% of the irrigation water is non-potable95% of Cooling tower water is non-potable
14Highlights Continued Energy and Atmosphere: Materials and Resources Semiconductor Industry Association benchmark data shows Intel’s Ocotillo Campus utilized 23-27% less energy than the average semiconductor campus1200 monitoring points for energy usage via Demand Supply Utility ManagerThe No. 1 on EPA’s National Top 50 List of green power purchasersClimate LeaderMaterials and ResourcesRecycling 89% of solid waste (7100 tons in 2009)Utilizing LEED purchasing criteria to influence Intel’s renovations and purchasingSustainable purchasing for furniture >60%, 47% for cleaning equipmentTransparent Company with the public as shown viaProject XL, Performance track and our results versus our environmental goals have been on the web for years and continues quarterlyISO14001 certified campus
15Summary Devil is in the Details Monitor/Measure and Manage the utilitiesThere will be cost savings but it is dependent on the buildingThis is labor intensive