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Chapter 9 Integrative Process 1 © 2013 Green Building Academy. All rights reserved.
To support high-performance, cost effective project outcomes through an early analysis of the interrelationships among systems. 2 © 2013 Green Building Academy. All rights reserved. Intent
© 2013 Green Building Academy. All rights reserved. 3 Conventional Process Owner Architect Contractors Engineers Cost Consultants Specialists: IAQ, HVAC, Lighting, Acoustics, Fire, Security, Communications, Energy.
© 2013 Green Building Academy. All rights reserved. 4 Integrative Process Deign Team Leader (architect, engineer, project manager) Lighting Specialist HVAC Specialist Acoustics Specialist Owner’s Represent ative Fire Specialist Communi cation Specialist Security Specialist Cost Consulta nts Contractor
5 © 2013 Green Building Academy. All rights reserved. Phases of Integrative Process Discovery Pre-design Phase Design & Construction Schematic Design Operation & Performance Feed back Occupancy
Discovery Phase Understand project requirements, Explore synergies between various building components, Address budget, schedule etc Establish Project goals Example for project goals can be reducing energy consumption by 40% from baseline or reducing water consumption by 50% from the baseline. Tools like Energy Star Target finder, EPA Water budget tool etc can be used to establish baseline. © 2013 Green Building Academy. All rights reserved. 6
Design & Construction Incorporate all of the collective understandings of system interactions that were found during discovery phase Take system approach/whole building approach and not individual component approach. Example: Projects should asses orientation, envelope, window to wall ratio, lighting levels, day light, thermal mass etc to achieve the energy efficiency goal. Similarly for water efficiency, projects should asses the available rain water, gray water, condensate water etc to meet the water demand of the project efficiently © 2013 Green Building Academy. All rights reserved. 7
Operation and Performance Feed back Measure the performance of the project and set feed back mechanism Feedback is critical in determining the success in achieving performance targets, informing building operations, and taking corrective action when targets are missed. Example: Projects should continuously monitor energy and water consumption and compared it against the established goals. Corrective actions to be taken when the project deviates from established goals © 2013 Green Building Academy. All rights reserved. 8
LEED Charrette LEED or Green Building Charrette is a type of workshop where the project team members brain storm, collaborate and set project goals, discuss strategies to sustainability goals. 9 © 2013 Green Building Academy. All rights reserved.
Questions? Ask your questions in forum section 10 © 2013 Green Building Academy. All rights reserved.
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