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1 Patrik Lazzari, CIE, LEED AP CASE STUDY: LEED Gold Certified Facility in Philadelphia, MS

2 Who am I? Director of Sustainable Services Yates Construction - M.Sc. Building Technology - in-house LEED training - involved in over 19 LEED projects - LEED Gold & Silver Yates facilities - Co-founder of MS Chapter - building my own LEED house (Mississippi) Sweden Italy

3 Agenda  Project Background  LEED Credits Pursued  Green Strategies  Design  Construction  Exemplary Performance  Lessons Learned  Conclusion  Project Background  LEED Credits Pursued  Green Strategies  Design  Construction  Exemplary Performance  Lessons Learned  Conclusion

4 Background Philadelphia, MS Small rural town No public transportation Company Headquarters New Building Supply facility

5 Background Pre-developed site Business area New building

6 Background 30,000 sf Sales floor OfficesWare house

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9 Opportunity to learn, and better prepare for a constantly growing market. Decided to “Walk the Walk”!

10 LEED – Developed by USGBC US Green Building Council LEADERSHIP in ENERGY and ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN A leading-edge system for certifying DESIGN, CONSTRUCTION, & OPERATIONS of green buildings Scores are tallied for different aspects of efficiency and design in appropriate categories: 1. Site Planning 2. Water Management 3. Energy Management 4. Material Use 5. Indoor Environmental Air Quality 6. Innovation & Design Process

11 Test Levels of LEED Ratings Green Buildings worldwide are certified with a voluntary, consensus-based rating system. USGBC has four levels of LEED. 26-32 points 33-38 points 39-51 points 52-69 points Achieved Gold Certification 48 Points

12 Highlights: 100% reduction of potable water for irrigation potable water savings 76% 42% energy savings 76% construction waste diverted from landfill

13 SSc4.2 – Alternative Transportation, Bicycle Storage and Changing Rooms Sustainable Sites Green Strategies Highlights SSc4.3 – Alternative Transportation, Low-emitting & Fuel-efficient Vehicles

14 SSc6.1 – Stormwater Design – Quantity Control Sustainable Sites Pervious Concrete Rainwater Collection BMP Strategies

15 SSc7 – Heat Island Effect, Roof and Non-Roof Sustainable Sites White Metal Roof Concrete Pavement Trees for Shade Reduction of Hardscape Surfaces

16 WEc1 – Water Efficient Landscaping Water Efficiency Rain Water Collection Drip Irrigation Native/Drought Tolerant Plants Achieved: 100% reduction of potable water for irrigation

17 WEc2 – Innovative Wastewater Technologies WEc3 – Water Use Reduction Water Efficiency Rain Water Reuse for Sewage Conveyance Water Efficient Flush & Flow Fixtures Achieved: 100% reduction of potable water for sewage conveyance Total of 76% potable water savings

18 EAc1 – Optimize Energy Performance EAc3 – Enhanced Commissioning Energy & Atmosphere Achieved: 42% reduction in energy use compared to ASHRAE 90.1-2004

19 EAc1 – Optimize Energy Performance Energy & Atmosphere Daylight sensors Motion sensors White roof Fewer windows Increased roof insulation Instant hot water Geo-thermal heat pump

20 MRp1 – Storage & Collection of Recyclables MRc2 – Construction Waste Management Materials & Resources Achieved: 76% of construction waste recycled; some on-site, some to recycling companies Crushed concrete and CMU used as road base Milled asphalt used as base under parking

21 MRc4 – Recycled Content MRc5 – Regional Materials MRc7 Certified Wood Materials & Resources Achieved: 55% of wood products used is FSC- certified >20% of recycled content in materials 48% of materials are manufactured and extracted locally

22 EQc3 – Construction IAQ Management Plan Indoor Environment

23 EQc3 – Construction IAQ Management Plan Indoor Environment

24 EQc4 – Low-Emitting materials EQc6 – Controllability of Systems Indoor Environment

25 IDc1 – Heat Island – Non-roof (100% of the hardscape) IDc2 – Water Use Reduction (76% water savings) IDc3 – Maximize Open Space (53% of site is green space) IDc4 – Regional Materials (48% regional materials) Exemplary Performance

26 Lessons Learned  Doable!  Pays off, if: Goals are clear from start Holistic approach undertaken Assessed from a life cycle cost basis Everyone buys into it from start!  LEED Documentation may add time  Materials and systems are more available  Training is important  Industry is evolving – need to keep up!

27 Great learning experience! Worth the extra time and cost Win-Win for all involved; learning experience, energy efficient building, healthy environment for users, lower environmental impact, positive marketing tool for Owner… First LEED Gold building in Mississippi! Conclusions

28 Thank you!


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