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1 Lessons Learned and Impacts for Property Managers and Vendors Leading the LEED Conversation Katie Ross, Sustainability Project Manager

2 Agenda Market Snapshot Lessons Learned for Recertification LEED v4 Insights Market Snapshot Lessons Learned RecertificationLEED v4 Insights

3 LEED DC Stats 131 LEED EB Certified Projects –Platinum – 9 Buildings –Gold – 83 Buildings –Silver – 34 Buildings –Certified – 5 Buildings 4 LEED EB Recertifications Market Snapshot Lessons Learned RecertificationLEED v4 Insights Source: USGBC Project Directory

4 LEED Recertification Source: USGBC Project Directory 8 DC EB Buildings Ready for Recertification Market Snapshot Lessons Learned RecertificationLEED v4 Insights

5 Recertification Timeline Initial Certification Transportation Survey ASHRAE Level I/II Energy Audit Waste Stream Audit Minimum Outdoor Air Intake Measurements IBEAM Audit Occupant Comfort Survey Cleaning Audit Year 3 Waste Stream Audit Ongoing Tracking Year 4 Waste Stream Audit Ongoing Tracking Cleaning Audit Occupant Comfort Survey Year 2 Waste Stream Audit Ongoing Tracking Cleaning Audit Occupant Comfort Survey Year 1 Waste Stream Audit Ongoing Tracking Market Snapshot Lessons Learned RecertificationLEED v4 Insights Recertification Year 5 Transportation Survey ASHRAE Level I/II Energy Audit Waste Stream Audit Minimum Outdoor Air Intake Measurements IBEAM Audit Occupant Comfort Survey Cleaning Audit

6 Recertification Ongoing Tracking VendorOngoing Tracking Landscaping Building Exterior Maintenance Fertilizer Application Pesticide Application Cleaning Cleaning Product Purchases Equipment Maintenance Exterior Cleaning Pest Vendor Pesticide Application (Exterior & Interior) Universal Notification Waste Vendor(s) Ongoing Consumable Diversion Battery Recycling Annual Waste Stream Audit Durable Goods Diversion Building Staff Fixture/Fitting Replacements Cooling Tower Weekly Readings ENERGY STAR Utility Data Refrigerant Additions Energy Conservation Measures Implemented Tenant Electronics/Furniture Purchasing Light Bulb Purchases Tenant Education Discussion Question: How does your building maintain LEED ongoing tracking requirements? Market Snapshot Lessons Learned RecertificationLEED v4 Insights

7 Recertification Case Studies The Westory Washington, D.C. Certified v2008 Silver in 2010 Recertified v2009 Gold in 2012 One of the first LEED Recertification Projects Fountain Place Dallas, TX Certified v2008 Silver in 2011 Recertified v2009 Gold in 2013 Installed storm- water reclamation system 135 West 50th Street New York, NY Certified v2 Silver in 2009 Currently Pursuing v2009 Recertification Gold One Beacon Street Boston, MA Certified v2 Silver in 2008 Recertified v2009 Platinum in 2013 Achieved 1 st Boston recertification in 4 months 2 nd Platinum EB in Boston Market Snapshot Lessons Learned RecertificationLEED v4 Insights

8 LEED v4 EB – early thoughts Less tracking documentation required Still some kinks in the tool, but cleaner interface than LEED Online v2009 Multiple options for credit compliance Overview –Example: Minimum Water Efficiency Minimal changes for Vendors Market Snapshot Lessons Learned RecertificationLEED v4 Insights

9 LEED EB v2009 vs. v4 Building DescriptionLEED EB v2009LEED EB v4 Washington, DC Building Initial Certification ― GSF: ~220,000 ― ENERGY STAR Score: 93 LEED Gold 63 points LEED Silver 58 points Orlando, FL Two Building Group Certification ― Combined GSF: ~235,000 ― ENERGY STAR Weighted Score: 80 LEED Certified 46 points Not Eligible 35 points New York, NY Building Recertification ― GSF: ~900,000 ― ENERGY STAR: 80 LEED Gold 63 points LEED Silver 51 points Market Snapshot Lessons Learned RecertificationLEED v4 Insights

10 Key Takeaways A majority of DC buildings will need to recertify in the next few years Ongoing tracking maintenance is key LEED EB v4 has raised the performance bar

11 Thank you! Katie Ross, LEED AP O+M Sustainability Project Manager T


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