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Final Design

LEED 2009 for New Construction and Major Renovations

Building 7R

Project Checklist 18

0

0

Y

?

N

Sustainable Sites

d

Credit 1

Site Selection

N

d

Credit 2

Development Density and Community Connectivity

5

Site previously undevelopment.

N

d

Credit 3

Brownfield Redevelopment

1

Not a Brownfiled Redevelopment site to our knowledge.

d

Credit 4.1

Alternative Transportation—Public Transportation Access

6

Planned subway station within 1/2 mile walking distance.

d

Credit 4.2

Alternative Transportation—Bicycle Storage and Changing Rooms

1

No changing rooms/showers available.

d

Credit 4.3

Alternative Transportation—Low-Emitting and Fuel-Efficient Vehicles

3

Implement a vehicle sharing program for occupants.

1

Site previously undevelopment.

d

Credit 4.4

Alternative Transportation—Parking Capacity

2

No new parking provided, only street parking.

1

C

Credit 5.1

Site Development—Protect or Restore Habitat

1

No new parking provided, only street parking.

N 2

2

2

d

Credit 5.2

Site Development—Maximize Open Space

1

1

d

Credit 6.1

Stormwater Design—Quantity Control

1

Stormwater management plan enacted.

1

d

Credit 6.2

Stormwater Design—Quality Control

1

Stormwater infiltration through green roof.

1

C

Credit 7.1

Heat Island Effect—Non-roof

1

Shade provided for over50% of the site hardscape.

1

d

Credit 7.2

Heat Island Effect—Roof

1

Vegetated roof covers majority of the roof area.

1

Limit interior light transmitted to exterior between 11pm and 5 am. Also, exterior lighting for safety additionally limiting illuminance at property line.

1

Notes:

15

0

0

Y

?

N

d

10

0

0

Y

?

N

d

Prereq 1

Storage and Collection of Recyclables

Credit 1.1

Building Reuse—Maintain Existing Walls, Floors, and Roof

Credit 8

Light Pollution Reduction

Water Efficiency

Y

d

Prereq 1

Water Use Reduction—20% Reduction

4

d

Credit 1

Water Efficient Landscaping

2

1 to 3

Reuse 55%

1

Reuse 75%

2

Reuse 95%

3

Credit 1.2

Building Reuse—Maintain 50% of Interior Non-Structural Elements

1

No existing structure prior to construction.

C

Credit 2

Construction Waste Management

1 to 2

Developed construction waste management plan and

50% Recycled or Salvaged

1

recycable and/or salvage construction debris.

Y 75% Recycled or Salvaged

2

Materials Reuse

Credit 3

1 to 2

Reuse building materials and products to reduce demand

Reuse 5%

1

for virgin materials and reduct waste.

Reuse 10%

2

Recycled Content

Credit 4

1 to 2

Recycable wood used for the ceiling décor throughout

10% of Content

1

the spaces.

Y 20% of Content

2

C

Credit 5

Regional Materials

C

Credit 6

Rapidly Renewable Materials

10% of Materials Y 20% of Materials N

No existing structure prior to construction.

C

C

1

C

Given the placement of Philadelphia and the Navy Yard,

1

attaining 20% of the building as regional materials is

2

easily possible.

Commercial fixtures, fittings, and appliances.

Y No Potable Water Use or Irrigation

1

Indoor Environmental Quality

Notes:

Only used captured rainwater for nonpotable uses for

Y

d

Prereq 1

Minimum Indoor Air Quality Performance

2

irrigation.

Y

d

Prereq 2

Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) Control

1

d

Credit 1

Outdoor Air Delivery Monitoring

1

CO2 monitoring throughout the building. Outdoor air ventilation rate 30% above min. ASHRAE rate

4

Meet the minimum requirements of ASHRAE Standard 62.1 Smoking is prohibited in the building.

Credit 2

Innovative Wastewater Technologies

2

Captured rainwater - Living Green Wall

1

d

Credit 2

Increased Ventilation

1

4

d

Credit 3

Water Use Reduction

2 to 4

Water efficiency increased through employed strategies

1

C

Credit 3.1

Construction IAQ Management Plan—During Construction

1

Reduce by 30%

2

to use 40% less water than baseline calculations for

1

C

Credit 3.2

Construction IAQ Management Plan—Before Occupancy

1

IAQ management plan developed for preoccupancy phase

Reduce by 35%

3

the building.

Y Reduce by 40%

4

1

All adhesives and sealants in the interior of the building contain low-emitting air contaminants.

1

Paints and coatings do not exceed VOC content limit.

1

All flooring does not exceed VOC content limit.

?

Prereq 1

Fundamental Commissioning of Building Energy Systems

Y

d

Prereq 2

Minimum Energy Performance

Y

d

Prereq 3

Fundamental Refrigerant Management

10

d

Credit 1

Optimize Energy Performance

d

Credit 2

1 of 5

1

C

Credit 4.4

Low-Emitting Materials—Composite Wood and Agrifiber Products

1

All composite wood and agrifiber contain no added ureaformaldehyde resins.

1

d

Credit 5

Indoor Chemical and Pollutant Source Control

1

Permanent entryway systems and sufficient exhaust.

1

d

Credit 6.1

Controllability of Systems—Lighting

1

Task lighting/individual controls and flexible controls in shared spaces.

1

d

Credit 6.2

Controllability of Systems—Thermal Comfort

1

Individual comfort controls for the building occupants meeting needs and comfort preferences.

31.1% better energy performance over ASHRAE 90.1. Zero use of CFC-based refrigerants. 1 to 19 4

Improve by 20% for New Buildings or 16% for Existing Building Renovations

5

1

d

Credit 7.1

Thermal Comfort—Design

1

ASHRAE Standard 55 thermal comfort requirements met.

Improve by 22% for New Buildings or 18% for Existing Building Renovations

6

1

d

Credit 7.2

Thermal Comfort—Verification

1

Permanent monitoring to ensure thermal comfort.

Improve by 24% for New Buildings or 20% for Existing Building Renovations

7

d

Credit 8.1

Improve by 26% for New Buildings or 22% for Existing Building Renovations

8

1

Daylight and Views—Daylight

1

Through simulation, applicable spaces have daylight illuminance levels between 110 lux and 5400 lux.

Improve by 28% for New Buildings or 24% for Existing Building Renovations

9

1

More than 90% of regurarly occupied spaces have direct line of sight to outdoors via glazing.

1

d

Credit 8.2

Daylight and Views—Views

Y Improve by 30% for New Buildings or 26% for Existing Building Renovations

10

Using ASHRAE Standard 90.1 Zone 4 Baseline system and

Improve by 32% for New Buildings or 28% for Existing Building Renovations

11

values, achieved an energy efficient model, 31.1% better

Improve by 34% for New Buildings or 30% for Existing Building Renovations

12

than the baseline values.

Improve by 36% for New Buildings or 32% for Existing Building Renovations

13

Improve by 38% for New Buildings or 34% for Existing Building Renovations

14

d/C Credit 1.1

Innovation in Design: Specific Title

1

Improve by 40% for New Buildings or 36% for Existing Building Renovations

15

d/C Credit 1.2

Innovation in Design: Specific Title

1

Improve by 42% for New Buildings or 38% for Existing Building Renovations

16

d/C Credit 1.3

Innovation in Design: Specific Title

1

Improve by 44% for New Buildings or 40% for Existing Building Renovations

17

d/C Credit 1.4

Innovation in Design: Specific Title

1

Improve by 46% for New Buildings or 42% for Existing Building Renovations

18

d/C Credit 1.5

Innovation in Design: Specific Title

1

d/C Credit 2

LEED Accredited Professional

1

On-Site Renewable Energy

1 to 7

Geothermal system paired with ground source heat

1% Renewable Energy

1

pumps serves at the primary heating and cooling source

3% Renewable Energy

2

for the building.

5% Renewable Energy

3

7% Renewable Energy

4

9% Renewable Energy

5

11% Renewable Energy

6

Y 13% Renewable Energy

7 Enhanced comissioning authority individual and plan.

2

d

Credit 4

Enhanced Refrigerant Management

2

Refrigerants chosen that minimize/eliminate emissions that contribute to climate change.

Credit 5

Measurement and Verification

3

Credit 6

Green Power

2

LEED 2009 for New Construction and Major Renovations Project Checklist

0

?

N

Y

2

C

0

Y

Innovation and Design Process

Measurement and verification plan attainable through controls and monitoring devices.

?

Notes:

LEED Accredited Professional on proposed project team.

Possible Points: 4 Notes:

N

d/C Credit 1.1

Regional Priority: Specific Credit

1

Water Use Reduction

1

d/C Credit 1.2

Regional Priority: Specific Credit

1

Site Development - Maximize Open Space

1

d/C Credit 1.3

Regional Priority: Specific Credit

1

Site Development - Protect or Restore Habitat

1

d/C Credit 1.4

Regional Priority: Specific Credit

1

Alternative Transportation - Parking Capacity

0

0

Total

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Possible Points: 110 Certified 40 to 49 points

Silver 50 to 59 points

67,487 174,953 92,586 335,026

8 20 11 39

Internal Loads Lights People Misc Subtotal

37,403

4

859,531

100

% 4 0 16 2 22 47

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

OA Preheat Diff. RA Preheat Diff.

196,169 138,774

31 22

Grand Total

632,733

100

Annual Energy Usage Source: Electric (kWh) Consumption 235,268 Multiplier $0.16 Cost $36,642.88 Total $ 36,642.88

Cooling Coil Selection Total Capacity Coil Airflow (ton) (MBh) (cfm) 86.2 1,034.2 33,200 Heating Coil Selection Total Capacity Preheat Airflow (ton) (MBh) (cfm) 58.6 703.2 33,200 Engineering Checks % OA 16.2 cfm/SF 1.2 cfm/ton 385.23 SF/ton 321.23 Btu/hr-SF 37.37 No. People 389 Total Area SF 27,685 % Glass 53 Energy Source Consumption Consumption (kWh) % Building E. Primary Heating 10,703 22.1 Primary Cooling 27,215 9.4 Auxiliary 76,526 26.5 Lighting 51,798 18 Receptacle 69,026 23.9

Lighting Costs (kWh) Consumption Multiplier Energy Cost

Building 7R Trane Trace 700 Results

51,798 $0.16 $8,287.68

Building Area EUI

Energy Consumption 983,990 kBtu/yr 27,685 SF 35.54 kBtu/SF-yr

Cooling Coil Peak Envelope Loads (Btu/h) Roof 15,280 Glass solar 198,356 Glass/Door 48,224 Wall 14,572 Infiltration 187,245 Subtotal 463,677

% 1 18 4 1 17 42

Heating Coil Peak Envelope Loads (Btu/h) Roof 39,040 Glass solar 0 Glass/Door 188,349 Wall 28,940 Infiltration 279,684 Subtotal 536,013

Internal Loads Lights People Misc Subtotal

86,509 174,861 138,489 399,859

8 16 13 37

Internal Loads Lights People Misc Subtotal

Ventilation Load

223,630

30

1,095,464

100

Grand Total

1

81

%

% 5 0 25 4 36 70

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

OA Preheat Diff.

233,661

30

Grand Total

769673

100

Possible Points: 6

4 0 0 Regional Priority Credits LEED 2009 for New Construction and Major Renovations Project Checklist

Enhanced Commissioning

C

1

1

Credit 3

78

3 of 5

Improve by 18% for New Buildings or 14% for Existing Building Renovations

C

N

Low-Emitting Materials—Adhesives and Sealants

Commissioning authority individual and plan.

2

3

Credit 4.1

IAQ management plan developed for construction phase

Notes:

Improve by 48%+ for New Buildings or 44%+ for Existing Building Renovations 19 7

C

C Credit 4.2 Low-Emitting Materials—Paints and Coatings 1 LEED1 2009 for New CConstruction and Major Renovations Project Checklist Credit 4.3 Low-Emitting Materials—Flooring Systems

Possible Points: 35

N C

1

1 55 0 0 7 64

Heating Coil Peak Envelope Loads (Btu/h) Roof 24,599 Glass solar 0 Glass/Door 104,042 Wall 11,895 Infiltration 141,616 Subtotal 282,152

Monthly Energy Consumption Month Electric (kWh) Jan. 21,622 Feb. 19,703 Mar 19,173 Apr 15,104 May 18,924 Jun 21,555 Jul 23,493 Aug 25,039 Sep 18,249 Oct 16,544 Nov 16,665 Dec 19,197 Total 235,268

Possible Points: 15

2 to 4

d

Y

Grand Total

Minimum of 50% of wood-based materials certified in accordance with the Forest Stewarship Council.

2

Y

Ventilation Load

1

Certified Wood

Credit 7

1 to 2

Internal Loads Lights People Misc Subtotal

Possible Points: 10

Reduce by 50%

24 0 0 Energy and Atmosphere LEED 2009 for New Construction and Major Renovations Project Checklist

Cooling Coil Peak Envelope Loads (Btu/h) Roof 8,906 Glass solar 475,139 Glass/Door 1,783 Wall 2,028 Infiltration 64,215 Subtotal 552,071

Recycables collected in bins throughout and stored in receiving/storage space.

C

C

Vegetated open space adjacent to the building greater in area than the building footprint.

Possible Points: 14 Notes:

Erosion and sedimentation control plan enacted.

2

1

Materials and Resources

Notes:

d/C

N

3

N

N

Construction Activity Pollution Prevention

N

0

?

Y

Prereq 1

6

0

Y

Possible Points: 26

C

Y

9

Gold 60 to 79 points

Platinum 80 to 110

Jan. Feb. Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Total

Monthly Energy Consumption Month Electric (kWh) Gas (therms) 16,535 1652 14,661 1560 19,172 991 18,460 487 24,691 62 29,368 0 33,097 0 32,150 11 22,964 75 20,901 470 18,793 690 16,611 1225 267,401 7223

Engineering Checks % OA cfm/SF cfm/ton SF/ton Btu/hr-SF No. People Total Area SF % Glass

19.1 1.01 306.77 303.27 39.57 389 27,685 53

Lighting Costs (kWh) Consumption 63,209 Multiplier $0.16 Energy Cost $10,113.44

Cooling Coil Selection Total Capacity Coil Airflow (ton) (MBh) (cfm) 91.3 1,095.5 28,004 Heating coil Selection Total Capacity Preheat Airflow (ton) (MBh) (cfm) 64.1 769.7 5,349

Source: Consumption Multiplier Cost

Annual Energy Usage Electric (kWh) Gas (therms) 267,401 7223 $0.16 1.3 $42,784.16 9389.9 Total 53174.06

Energy Source Consumption Consumption (kWh) % Building E. Primary Heating 10,703 Primary Cooling 27,215 Auxiliary 76,526 Lighting 51,798 Receptacle 69,026

Building Area EUI

22.1 9.4 26.5 18 23.9

Energy Consumption 1,634,924 kBtu/yr 27,685 SF 59.05 kBtu/SF-yr

ASHRAE Standard 90.1 Trance Trace 700 Results

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