DPWBDC Performance Evaluation Changes

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DPW/BD&C Goals & Objectives Impacts and Benefits Rating Tools Overview Green Globes LEED Costs Contract Requirements

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Industry Responsibility Why must we change?

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DPW/State of Connecticut DPW Impacts As of financial year finishing 2008: State claimed constructing floor zone = 62,762,347 gsf in 3,780 structures. Latest additions owing to UCONN, CSU System, Community Technical Colleges and UCONN Health Center. DPW development contracts finished = $183,289,039 Let 114 expert contracts = $24,888,896 from the State Properties Review Board 2007-2008 'Yearly Report to the Governor'

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Industry Responsibility Is it worth the Headache?

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DPW/BD&C CT Statute Requirements       Building development norms for new development of certain state offices. (a) … . any new development of a state office , aside from salt sheds, parking structures, support offices or school development, that is anticipated to cost five million dollars or more , and is endorsed and subsidized on or after January 1, 2007, should conform to the directions received according to subsection (b) of this area. …       (b) Not later than January 1, 2007, … .. embrace building development principles that are predictable with or surpass the silver building rating of the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design's appraising framework for new plug development and real redesign ventures, as set up by the United States Green Building Council, or a comparable standard, including, however not restricted to, a two-globe rating in the Green Globes USA plan program, and from there on overhaul such controls as the secretary considers fundamental.

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DPW/BD&C CT Statute Requirements 2007 CGS 16a-38k. 1) new development of a state office that is anticipated to cost five million dollars or progressively and for which all planned venture security assets are ALLOCATED by the State security Commission on or after January 1, 2008 2) remodel of a state office that is anticipated to cost two million dollars or more , of which two million dollars or more is state financing , that is " affirmed and supported" on or after January 1, 2008, and 3) new development that is anticipated to cost five million or more of which two million dollars or more is state subsidizing , and is approved by the General Assembly in accordance with part 173 on or after January 1, 2009 . (See 2008 Connecticut Supplement., Vol 2.) ((= ALL BUILDINGS))

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DPW/BD&C CT Statute Requirements Overview of State Regulations (Equivalency) Program Connecticut Required Points (Mandatory) which will be required after going for all conveyance frameworks . Required Building Commissioning Integrated Design Process 21% Better than Code Indoor Air Quality Management Plan Water Efficiency – 20% Better than Code Recycling of Materials Erosion/Sedimentation Control Sustainable Site Development No Smoking Policy Integrated Pest Management Plan CFC Refrigerant Ban or Phase-out Plan Metering of Buildings

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DPW/State of Connecticut DPW Responsibility Implementing LEED or potentially Green Globes to meet Connecticut State statutes for building development. Building up counterparts. Preparing Staff… .. That implies YOU !!

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Green Globes™ Ratings and Assessment Tools New Buildings or Significant Renovation Management and Operation of Existing Buildings Building Emergency Management Assessment BEMA Fit Up Buildings that have an anticipated rating of at least 35% can seek after outsider appraisal. Outsider appraisal is required to expose your working as a Green Globes evaluated/ensured constructing. One to four globes are conceivable and our acknowledgment program incorporates a plaque and PR unit. Contextual analysis advancement is empowered.

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1 Project Management (100 pts. conceivable) Integrated outline handle Environmental obtaining Commissioning (gets ready for frameworks testing after development) Emergency reaction arrange Emergency reaction flip graphs Environmental Choice TM Program

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Green Globes v.0 – Areas of Assessment 2 Site (120 pts. conceivable) Development range Ecological effects (disintegration, warm island, light contamination) Watershed highlights Site environment upgrade Natural hall and Riparian Zone Green rooftop Brownfield Native plant species – Bullrushes, Goldenrod, and Switchgrass

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Green Globes v.0 – Areas of Assessment 3 Energy (300 pts. conceivable) Energy execution - benchmark to EPA Energy Star, pts. begin at 75 check Reduced request (space improvement, microclimatic outline, daylighting, envelope plan, metering) Energy productivity highlights (lighting, warming & cooling hardware). Renewable vitality Transportation Solar boards Hydrogen station Efficient lighting Bicycle stockpiling Energy metering Wind turbine Green rooftop

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Green Globes v.0 – Areas of Assessment 4 Water (130 pts. conceivable) Water execution Water moderating elements (gear, meters, water system frameworks) on location treatment (stormwater, greywater, blackwater) Permeable clearing Solar aquatics wastewater treatment, Low-flush latrine Bioswale, Water-sparing showerheads

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Green Globes v.0 – Areas of Assessment 5 Resources (145 pts. conceivable) Low-affect frameworks and materials (LCA) Minimal utilization of non-renewables Reuse of existing structures Durability, versatility and dismantling Demolition squander Recycling & treating the soil offices Reused Buildings Alternative composite boards Recycled cover

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Green Globes v.0 – Areas of Assessment 6 Emissions & Storage of Haz. Materials (45 pts. poss.) Air outflows (boilers) Ozone consumption Sewer & conduit security Pollution control (methods, consistence with measures) Recuperative heater Low-NOx burners Pest aversion Storage Tank Smog MSDSs, gear manuals, and so forth

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Green Globes v.0 – Areas of Assessment 7 Indoor Environment (160 pts. conceivable) Ventilation framework Indoor contamination control Lighting (daylighting & electric) Thermal solace Acoustic solace Insulated cavity nearer debilitates shape and microscopic organisms development

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DPW/BD&C What is LEED? Administration in Energy and Environmental Design In 1995 the USGBC (United States Green Building Council) with collaboration from the U.S. Dept. of Energy, built up the LEED rating framework to characterize the term 'green building' and to fortify vitality protection outline . Green Building Rating System that gives a suite of gauges to earth maintainable development incorporates more than 14,000 undertakings in US and 30 nations covering 1.062 billion sq ft of advancement territory. the USGBC has expressed support for the 2030 Challenge, an exertion that has set an objective of utilizing no fossil fuel green house gas radiating vitality to work by 2030.

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DPW/BD&C LEED Rating Systems

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DPW/BD&C LEED Point (credits) Distribution Innovation and Design 7 Pts 20 Pts 16 Pts 13 Pts 7 Pts 17 Pts 33-38 26-32 39-51 52-69

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DPW/BD&C LEED Credits Pre-necessities Credits – pertinence and feasibility Design/Construction (accreditation) Intent Approach References and Resources Interpretations

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Biofilter Light Pollution Reduction Fuel Efficient Vehicles Green Roof Heat Island Effect - Roof

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Waterless Urinals Native or Adaptive Plant Material Low Flow Fixtures

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Flexible PV Flat plate PV Evacuated tube Parabolic reflector

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Construction Waste Management Local Materials Recycled Content Ceiling Tiles Steel 500 miles Rubber Slag/Fly powder

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Construction IAQ Low Emitting Materials Daylight and perspectives Carpets Adhesives Paints

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Evaluate each focused on point or green component: Studies recommend an underlying in advance speculation of 2% additional will yield more than ten times the underlying venture over the life cycle of the building COSTS: Not every green component are reasonable for each venture Evaluate first costs Long-term upkeep/substitution costs Energy costs Design and documentation costs Documentation costs BENEFITS: Environmental advantages Long term cost funds – vitality, operations, substitution Payback period Credit and Recognition "Cooperative attitude" benefits – exhibited duty Increased Productivity

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LEED Costs:

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Other expenses connected with LEED: DESIGN PROFESSIONAL Costs – This includes gathering of the related data amid the outline procedure, in addition to minutes of development gatherings and required calculations. This is valid with both areas of the exertion including accommodation data relating to focuses. Plan Phase Range subject to the venture ($20-40,000) Construction Phase again reliant on the venture ($20-60,000) If a firm chooses to contract an administration to go up against this obligation the main cost we can distinguish that the outline firm will then be in charge of will be the improvement of calculations. Generally the charges ought not be copied.

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Other expenses connected with LEED: COMMISSIONING – The work is characterized in our agreement reports, this gathering will be included in the whole outline and Construction prepare , moreover they will take an interest in the Post Occupancy Evaluation of the execution of the venture. The cost is specifically identified with the size and unpredictability of the venture and included charges if the venture is staged. Outline Phase Range subject to the venture ($20-40,000) Construction Phase Range " ($20-200,000) POE typically a one time effort ($5-12,000) CONSTRUCTION – Different levels make distinctive costs Certification (Bronze) Little if any expansion Silver usually 0 to 1.5% Gold (reliant on the developments used) 3-6% of Construction

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Example of conceivable expenses for a venture: Higher Ed Clie

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