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LEED-EB: Going for Platinum LEADERSHIP IN ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN FOR EXISTING BUILDINGS Theresa Townsend, Senior Architect, DGS Green Team Linda.

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1 LEED-EB: Going for Platinum LEADERSHIP IN ENERGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN FOR EXISTING BUILDINGS Theresa Townsend, Senior Architect, DGS Green Team Linda McMullen, Assistant Chief of DGS Building and Property Management Branch Vince Paul, Manager of the Environmental Safety Health Operations Program for DGS Building and Property Management Branch

2 California Department of Education Building 15 th and N Streets in Sacramento

3 We have everything we need to get started… HOW TO GET STARTED

4 PREREQUISITES (pr) PREREQUISITES are the first requirements to meet. In several instances, the prerequisite establishes a baseline. In all cases, all prerequisites must be met in order to achieve any LEED-EB rating. PREREQUISITES are the first requirements to meet. In several instances, the prerequisite establishes a baseline. In all cases, all prerequisites must be met in order to achieve any LEED-EB rating. 14 PREREQUISTES 14 PREREQUISTES

5 RELATED CREDITS (cr) RELATED CREDIT refers to the credit that is directly tied to the calculations used for establishing a PREREQUISITE. RELATED CREDIT refers to the credit that is directly tied to the calculations used for establishing a PREREQUISITE. 19 RELATED CREDITS of the 85 total 19 RELATED CREDITS of the 85 total

6 ALL OTHER CREDITS (cr) 66 other CREDITS of the total 85 66 other CREDITS of the total 85 6 CATEGORIES 6 CATEGORIES LEED Ratings: LEED Ratings: Certified: 32-39 Credits Certified: 32-39 Credits Silver: 40-47 Credits Silver: 40-47 Credits Gold: 48-63 Credits Gold: 48-63 Credits Platinum: 64+ Credits Platinum: 64+ Credits

7 INNOVATION CREDITS Measurable and Quantifiable Metrics Measurable and Quantifiable Metrics Exceed a PREREQUISITE or DEFINED CREDIT by an additional incremental percentage Exceed a PREREQUISITE or DEFINED CREDIT by an additional incremental percentage Allowed one Educational Credit. Group all related educational programs in one innovation credit Allowed one Educational Credit. Group all related educational programs in one innovation credit

8 Growing California Green Annual Educational Program at the Child Care Center at the Education Building

9 Thrift-a-saurus Sav-a wattus

10 Treat the earth well. It was not given to you by your parents. It was loaned to you by your children. Ancient Kenyan Proverb

11 LEED-EB Checklist Prerequisites (highlighted in yellow) Related Credits (highlighted in lt. green) www.green.ca.gov/greenbuildings/bbbtmanual.htm

12 SUSTAINABLE SITES (SS) SS pr1 Erosion & Sedimentation Control SS pr1 Erosion & Sedimentation Control SS pr2 Age of Building SS pr2 Age of Building No related credits in this category No related credits in this category

13 SS Sustainable Sites

14 WATER EFFICIENCY (WE) WE pr1 Minimum Water Efficiency WE pr1 Minimum Water Efficiency RELATED CREDIT: WE cr3.1, 3.2 (exceed baseline by 10%, or 20%) RELATED CREDIT: WE cr3.1, 3.2 (exceed baseline by 10%, or 20%) WE pr2 Discharge Water Compliance WE pr2 Discharge Water Compliance National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permit National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permit

15 WE Water Efficiency

16 ENERGY & ATMOSPHERE (EA) EA pr1 Existing Building Commissioning EA pr1 Existing Building Commissioning EA pr2 Minimum Energy Performance EA pr2 Minimum Energy Performance RELATED CREDIT: EA c1 (Energy Star) RELATED CREDIT: EA c1 (Energy Star) EA pr3 Ozone Protection (CFCs) EA pr3 Ozone Protection (CFCs) RELATED CREDIT: EA c4 (HCFCs) RELATED CREDIT: EA c4 (HCFCs)

17 EA Energy & Atmosphere

18 MATERIALS & RESOURCES (MR) MR pr1.1 Waste Stream Audit MR pr1.1 Waste Stream Audit RELATED CREDIT: MR c5.1-5.3 (exceed baseline by 30%, 40% or 50%) RELATED CREDIT: MR c5.1-5.3 (exceed baseline by 30%, 40% or 50%) MR pr1.2 Storage & Collection MR pr1.2 Storage & Collection MR pr2 Reduced Mercury in Light Bulbs MR pr2 Reduced Mercury in Light Bulbs RELATED CREDITS: MR 6, IU credit option RELATED CREDITS: MR 6, IU credit option

19 MR Materials and Resources

20 IEQ pr1 Outside Air Introduction & Exhaust Systems (ASHRAE 62.1-2004) IEQ pr1 Outside Air Introduction & Exhaust Systems (ASHRAE 62.1-2004) RELATED CREDIT: IEQ cr2 (exceed by 30%) RELATED CREDIT: IEQ cr2 (exceed by 30%) IEQ pr2 Tobacco Smoke Control IEQ pr2 Tobacco Smoke Control IEQ pr3 Asbestos Removal or Encapsulation IEQ pr3 Asbestos Removal or Encapsulation MR pr4 Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB) Removal MR pr4 Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB) Removal INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (IEQ)

21 IEQ Indoor Environmental Quality

22 The Education building is the first State Building to have a Under Floor Air Distribution System (UFAD)

23 INNOVATION in Operations & Upgrades (IU) RELATED CREDIT: IU c2 RELATED CREDIT: IU c2 LEED ACCREDITED PROFESSIONAL IU c1: ADDITIONAL REDUCED MERCURY IN LIGHT BULBS related to MRpr2 and MRcr6 IU c1: ADDITIONAL REDUCED MERCURY IN LIGHT BULBS related to MRpr2 and MRcr6

24 IU Innovation in Operation & Upgrades

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26 LEED-EB Checklist Records or Reports Calculations Drawings Management Plan Other

27 LEED-EB: Going for Platinum: Management Plans Linda McMullen Assistant Chief DGS/Building and Property Management Branch 916-375-4977 linda.mcmullen@dgs.ca.gov

28 California Best Practices Manual Better Building Management for a Better Tomorrow Objectives: To provide a one-source document of department wide policies for each building To meet the LEED-EB requirements Provide sample documents in the event of a renovation, addition or remodeled space Create a template / format to share with other entities applying for LEED-EB

29 California Best Practices Manual Better Building Management for a Better Tomorrow Introduction Building information LEED-EB credit locator

30 California Best Practices Manual Better Building Management for a Better Tomorrow Custodial Plan General Staffing Special Cleaning Requirements Custodial Plan Cleaning Systems Method Environmental Maintenance Program Inventory Management and Purchasing Program Employee Orientation and Training

31 Better Building Management for a Better Tomorrow California Best Practices Manual Integrated Pest Management (IPM) IPM Objectives and Strategies IPM Program Pesticide Planning and Use Guidance

32 California Best Practices Manual Better Building Management for a Better Tomorrow Engineering and Trades Plan Engineering Staff Maintenance Operations Building Systems Monitoring Indoor Air Quality Management Plan Refrigerant Management

33 California Best Practices Manual Better Building Management for a Better Tomorrow Site and Grounds Erosion and Sedimentation Control Exterior Management Plan

34 California Best Practices Manual Better Building Management for a Better Tomorrow Purchasing Reduced Mercury Light Bulbs Products with Salvaged or Recyclable Materials Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Products Green Cleaning Products

35 California Best Practices Manual Better Building Management for a Better Tomorrow Waste and Recycling Management Organization Integrated Waste Management Plan Universal Hazardous Waste Recycling Area Guidelines

36 California Best Practices Manual Better Building Management for a Better Tomorrow Construction and Renovation Policies Asbestos Management Plan PCB Management Plan Construction and Demolition IAQ Plan Building Space Churn Renovation Plan Construction Waste Management Plan

37 California Best Practices Manual Better Building Management for a Better Tomorrow Tenant Handbook Building Security Emergency Procedures Building Amenities Building Services Policies and Procedures General Rules and Policies

38 California Best Practices Manual Better Building Management for a Better Tomorrow Appendices Samples of Specifications Erosion and Sedimentation Control Construction and Demolition Waste Construction Indoor Air Management

39 www.green.ca.gov/greenbuildings/bbbtmanual.htm

40 LEED-EB: Going for Platinum The Sweet 16 Vince Paul Manager of the Environmental Safety Health Operations Program DGS/Building and Property Management Branch 916-375-4983 vincent.paul@dgs.ca.gov

41 Material and Resources 2 Construction, Demolition & Renovation Waste 5 Alternative Materials 2 IAQ Compliant Products 3 Sustainable Cleaning Products & Materials 3 Occupant Recycling +1 Reduced Mercury in Light Bulbs 16 CREDITS The sweet 16 credits

42 Material and Resources MRpr1.1 – Waste Stream Audit A.K.A. Dumpster Dive Calculations used for MR cr5 Pre-teen-requisites MR pr1.1 Fish Scale and Collection Materials

43 DUMPSTER DIVE MR pr1.1

44 Material and Resources MRpr1.2 – Storage and Collection Floor Plan and Square Footage Calculations of all Recycling bins and path to disposal area Pre-teen-requisites MR pr1.2

45

46 Material and Resources MRpr2 - Toxic Material Source Reduction – Reduced Mercury in Light Bulbs - (100 picograms per lumen hour) Pre-teen-requisites MR pr2

47 Addl Toxic Material Source Reduction – Reduced Mercury in Light Bulbs Related Credit to MR pr2 using same calculations Lamps with 80 picograms per lumen hour (min.) must be purchased and installed when replacement is needed Purchasing Policy MR cr6

48 Construction, Demolition & Renovation Waste Management - Recycle 50%,75% MR cr1 MR cr1.1 = Policy MR cr1.2 = must have construction activity

49 MR cr1.1-1.2

50 Purchasing Polices Summarizing MR cr2-4 + Purchase Receipts = success in MR credits 2 - 5 + of sustainable products purchased

51 Optimize Use of Alternative Materials – 10%, 20%,30%, 40%, & 50% of Total Purchases Refers to office paper, equipment, furnishings and any building materials MR cr2 = (5 credits)

52 Optimize Use of IAQ Compliant Products – 45%, 90% of Annual Purchases IAQ = Indoor Air Quality Refers to: – paint & coatings, adhesives, sealants, carpet, composite panels, and agrifiber Products Standards: – Green Seal (GS-11) – South Coast Air Quality Mgt. District (Rule 1168) – Bay Area Air Quality Mgt. District (Reg. 8, Rule 51) MR cr3 = (2 credits)

53 Sustainable Cleaning Products & Materials – 30%, 60% & 90% of Annual Purchases Refers to: – Green cleaning products – Janitorial paper products – Trash bags Standards: – Green Seal (GS-37) – EPA Procument Guidelines – Reducing VOCs: Title 17 California Code MR cr4 = (3 credits)

54 Occupant Recycling – 30%, 40% & 50% of Total Waste Stream Related Credit to MR pr1.1 using results of Waste Audit AB 75 Waste Report can also be incorporated Includes: – Recycling of Batteries and Fluorescent lamps MR cr5 = (3 credits)

55 " The climate crisis is not a political issue, it's a moral issue. We have everything we need to get started, with the possible exception of the will to act. That's a renewable resource. Let's renew it. ~ Al Gore, OSCAR Acceptance Speech 07

56 www.green.ca.gov Theresa Townsend, A.I.A. 707 Third Street, 8 th Floor West Sacramento, CA 95605 theresa.townsend@dgs.ca.gov 916-375-4244 www.green.ca.gov/greenbuildings/bbbtmanual.htm


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