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THE ENVISION RATING SYSTEM ™ November 7 th, 2014 Louis Engels, PE, ENV SP Project Engineer, HDR.

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1 THE ENVISION RATING SYSTEM ™ November 7 th, 2014 Louis Engels, PE, ENV SP Project Engineer, HDR

2 GOALS for Today’s Session: 1.Need for Envision (Why?) 2.Broad Overview of Envision (What?) 3.Understand how Envision can benefit Billings (How?) BIG IDEA: Envision helps us to not only build the project right, but helps us build the right project.

3 IMPORTANCE OF INFRASTRUCTURE Infrastructure provides: Physical Security (Food, Water, Shelter, Access to Healthcare) Basis for Economic Growth Communication Convenience Freedom (Recreation, Access)

4 ASCE’s Report Card for U.S. Infrastructure Ranked 23 rd worldwide

5 Resource Depletion Source: 2006, World Wildlife Fund, Living Planet Report

6 THE REALITIES OF THE WORLD IN WHICH WE LIVE Population Growth Diminished Resources Climate Change Infrastructure Must be Sustainable A NEW FACT OF LIFE

7 WHAT DO WE MEAN BY “SUSTAINABLE”?

8 DIMENSIONS OF A PROJECTS SUCCESS Sustainability ENVISION

9 THE ENVISION RATING SYSTEM ™

10 Envision™ is a tool, which itself is part of a larger system, developed to help evaluate the sustainability of civil infrastructure. This system includes: A self assessment checklist The Envision™ Rating System A credential program for individuals A Project Evaluation and Verification Program A Recognition Program for Sustainable Infrastructure PRE-ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST RECOGNITION ASSESSMENT PHASE TOOLKITS COMPANION TOOLS WHAT IS ENVISION™? ENVISION

11 Applies to all civil infrastructure Includes design, planning, construction and maintenance elements Applicable at any point in an infrastructure project's life cycle Speaks to the triple bottom line: social, economic and environmental goals It is designed to keep pace with a changing concept of sustainability -Economic Optimization Tool, -Construction and O&M Phases WHAT MAKES ENVISION™ UNIQUE?

12 Restore Conventional Sustain Improve DisassemblyDesignConstructO&MReuse Project team Owner organization Affected stakeholders Regulatory bodies Partner organizations EXTEND THE USEFULNESS OF THE PROJECT DRIVE TOWARD RESTORATIAVE PERFORMANCE HOW WILL ENVISION™ IMPROVE SUSTAINABILITY?

13 ENERGY Geothermal Hydroelectric Nuclear Coal Natural Gas Oil/Refinery Wind Solar Biomass WATERWASTE Solid waste Recycling Hazardous Waste Collection & Transfer TRANSPORT Airports Roads Highways Bikes Pedestrians Railways Public Transit Ports Waterways LANDSCAPE Public Realm Parks Ecosystem Services INFORMATION Telecommunications Internet Phones Satellites Data Centers Sensors What Types of Infrastructure will Envision Rate? Potable Water Wastewater Capture/Storage Water Reuse Storm Water/Wet Weather Pipelines Flood Control Water Supply

14 60 Credits in 5 Categories Purpose, Community, Wellbeing Siting, Land & Water, Biodiversity Materials, Energy, Water Collaboration, Management, Planning Emission, Resilience 14 DID WE BUILD THE RIGHT PROJECT? DID WE BUILD THE PROJECT RIGHT?

15 Break for Questions

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17 1 PURPOSE QL1.1 Improve Community Quality of Life QL1.2 Stimulate Sustainable Growth and Development QL1.3 Develop Local Skills and Capabilities 2 WELLBEING QL2.1 Enhance Public Health and Safety QL2.2 Minimize Noise and Vibration QL2.3 Minimize Light Pollution QL2.4 Improve Community Mobility and Access QL2.5 Encourage Alternative Modes of Transportation QL2.6 Improve Accessibility, Safety & Wayfinding 3 COMMUNITY QL3.1 Preserve Historic and Cultural Resources QL3.2 Preserve Views and Local Character QL3.3 Enhance Public Space QL0.0 Innovate or Exceed Credit Requirements

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19 1 COLLABORATION LD1.1 Provide Effective Leadership & Commitment LD1.2 Establish a Sustainability Management System LD1.3 Foster Collaboration and Teamwork LD1.4 Provide for Stakeholder Involvement 2 MANAGEMENT LD2.1 Pursue By-Product Synergy Opportunities LD2.2 Improve Infrastructure Integration 3 PLANNING LD3.1 Plan Long-Term Maintenance and Monitoring LD3.2 Address Conflicting Regulations and Policies LD3.3 Extend Useful Life LD0.0 Innovate or Exceed Credit Requirements

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21 1 MATERIALS RA1.1 Reduce Net Embodied Energy RA1.2 Support Sustainable Procurement Practices RA1.3 Use Recycled Materials RA1.4 Use Regional Materials RA1.5 Divert Waste from Landfills RA1.6 Reduce Excavated Materials Taken Off Site RA1.7 Provide for Deconstruction and Recycling 2 ENERGY RA2.1 Reduce Energy Consumption RA2.2 Use Renewable Energy RA2.3 Commission and Monitor Energy Systems 3 WATER RA3.1 Protect Fresh Water Availability RA3.2 Reduce Potable Water Consumption RA3.3 Monitor Water Systems RA0.0 Innovate or Exceed Credit Requirements

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23 1 SITING NW1.1 Preserve Prime Habitat NW1.2 Preserve Wetlands and Surface Water NW1.3 Preserve Prime Farmland NW1.4 Avoid Adverse Geology NW1.5 Preserve Floodplain Functions NW1.6 Avoid Unsuitable Development on Steep Slopes NW1.7 Preserve Greenfields 2 LAND+WATER NW2.1 Manage Stormwater NW2.2 Reduce Pesticides and Fertilizer Impacts NW2.3 Prevent Surface and Groundwater Contamination 3 BIODIVERSITY NW3.1 Preserve Species Biodiversity NW3.2 Control Invasive Species NW3.3 Restore Disturbed Soils NW3.4 Maintain Wetland and Surface Water Functions NW0.0 Innovate or Exceed Credit Requirements

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25 1 EMISSIONS CR1.1 Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions CR1.2 Reduce Air Pollutant Emissions 2 RESILIENCE CR2.1 Assess Climate Threat CR2.2 Avoid Traps and Vulnerabilities CR2.3 Prepare For Long-Term Adaptability CR2.4 Prepare for Short-Term Hazards CR2.5 Manage Heat Island Effects CR0.0 Innovate or Exceed Credit Requirements

26 IMPROVED ENHANCED SUPERIOR Performance that is at or above conventional CONSERVING RESTORATIVE Indications that superior performance is within reach. Sustainable performance that is noteworthy. Performance that has achieved essentially zero impact. Performance that restores natural or social systems. FIVE LEVELS OF ACHIEVEMENT

27 Fee Schedule Project Size ($)Non-Member PriceISI Member Price Up to 2M$3000$ M$8500$ M$17,000$14, M$25,000$21, M$33,000$28,000 Over 250M $5000 per 100M above base price of $20,000 Appeals Fee: $500 per credit Registration Fee: $1000 Verification Fee HDR ENVISION Example Project

28 Alaska’s new William Jack Hernandez Sport Fish Hatchery in a one-of-a-kind facility for the production of salmon and trout. The project marks the largest ever application of intensive recirculation technology by a public agency to dramatically reduce water and energy consumption. Reduce necessity to heat water. Delivered on a tight schedule through an integrated CM/GC team, the facility accommodates 100,000 visitors per year. »William Jack Hernandez Sport Fish Hatchery is a for the production of salmon and trout. »The project marks the largest ever application of intensive recirculation technology by a public agency to dramatically reduce water and energy consumption. »Delivered on a tight schedule through an integrated CM/GC team, the facility accommodates 100,000 visitors per year. HDR SUBMITTED THE FIRST EVER ENVISION PROJECT IN APRIL 2013

29 Built on a reclaimed brownfield site; Old Power Plant Largest hatchery of its kind in North America 6 million salmon and trout annually Critical to Alaskan sport fishing economy Attained Envision GOLD Award om/watch?v=mTuue SJvZTghttp://www.youtube.c om/watch?v=mTuue SJvZTg Envision Submission

30 Levels of Achievement No Negative Impact Non-linear Scale

31 Award Levels Recognition Level Minimum Applicable Points Minimum in Each Category Acknowledgement of Merit 5% Silver Award8% Gold Award15% Platinum Award20% 50% 60% 80% 25%

32 Fee Schedule Project Size ($)Non-Member PriceISI Member Price Up to 2M$3000$ M$8500$ M$17,000$14, M$25,000$21, M$33,000$28,000 Over 250M $5000 per 100M above base price of $20,000 Appeals Fee: $500 per credit Registration Fee: $1000 Verification Fee

33 Why would the City of Billings use Envision? Longer Project Life and Resiliency Lower Life-Cycle Cost Fewer Negative Impacts to the Community Third-party Verification and Recognition of Sustainability Projects an image of ‘being green’ and environmentally responsible The Right Thing to Do (Build the Right Project and Build the Project Right)

34 Applications for Envision in Billings? Wastewater Treatment Plant Nutrient Upgrades Billings Bypass Shiloh Conservation District West End Water Plant Siting West End Wastewater Plant Siting Master Planning Highway 3 Corridor

35 HDR’s Commitment HDR is a proud Charter Member of ISI First Company to register a project with ISI – Alaska Fish Hatchery Dedicated to helping clients understand and implement the rating system on their projects More than 160 credentialed staff already at HDR Active in a number of Envision committees and involved in updating current version

36 CONTACT Louis Engels Bill Bertera, Executive Director (202) FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT ENVISION™ sustainableinfrastructure.or g Q & A

37 WHAT DO WE MEAN BY “SUSTAINABLE”?

38 Big Challenge to Engineers, Planners, Managers: Maintain or even grow Quality of Life without Depleting the Earth’s resources (Gauntlet of Sustainability)

39 SCORING MODULE 39

40 Scoring Summary

41 WEBSITE

42 WEBSITE PORTAL

43 INPUT PORTAL


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