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WATER SYSTEMS TEAM   SPACE SYSTEMS TEAM

Ryan W.              Ryan S.
Nick                 Jack
James                Stephanie
                     Eric
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BRIEF HISTORY
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CURRENT STATE NARRATIVE - Water


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                    Current State Narrative
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PROJECT FOCUS
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PROJECT FOCUS



Systems Scopes:

Site
Structure
Skin
Waste
Mechanical
Space
water
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PROJECT FOCUS



Systems Scopes:

Site
Structure
Skin
Waste
Mechanical
Space
water
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WATER SYSTEM Teams
                     Occupational Health & Safety

Gatekeepers          City & County Building Inspectors

                     ADA Compliance Auditors

                     Future Residents

                     Surrounding Community
Stakeholders
                                                         Craig Criddle (greywater & blackwater remediation)

                                                         Richard Luthy (persistant pollutants in water)
                     School of Engineering
                                                         Sandy Robertson (water reuse)
                     Research Teams
                                                         Alexandria Bohem (water treatment)

                                                         John Haymaker (Decision Systems)


Designers            Engineers
                                                         Sherwood Design Engineers (Civil Works)

                                                         Taylor Engineering (Mechanical Engineering)

                     Campus Planning & Design

                     Architects (EHDD)


                     Board of Trustees
Decision             Provost
Makers               President
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WATER SYSTEM Goals
Economic             Minimize Liability
                     Minimize Lifecycle Costs
Sustainability       Minimize First Cost
                     Popular Row House
Most Desirable                                          Living Lab Activities Enhance/Do Not Disturb Residents

Housing              Maximize Comfort
                                                        Water systems function without reducing the quality of service.


                     Zero Carbon Building

                                                        Minimize Offsite Inputs & Outputs (nearly closed loop/off grid)

                                                        Minimize Stormwater Runoff & Impervious Footprint
Environmental        Reduced Water Use                  Utilize Blackwater & Greywater Treatment & Recycling
Performance                                             Maximize Water Conservation Measures

                                                        Maximize Onsite Water Harvesting Capacity

                     Optimize Material Resources

                                                        Provides for Monitoring & Testing of System Effectiveness

                     Sustainability Research Facility
                                                        Adaptable Construction to Accept New Systems & Projects
Living Lab
                     Residential Education
                     Case Study For Coursework
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METRICS



3 GOALS + 3 METRICS

 Lifecycle Cost of combined water systems
 Measured against baseline green



 Percent reduction in utility water consumption
 Measured against baseline green




 Self Sufficient Systems
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METRICS




                                    +3    30 % cost reduction
                                    +2    20% cost reduction
                                    +1    10% cost reduction
Lifecycle cost of
combined water systems               0    Baseline Green
(measured against baseline green)
                                    - 1   10% cost increase

                                    - 2   20% cost increase
                                    - 3   30% cost increase
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METRICS



+3        100 % reduction
+2        80% reduction
+1        60% reduction
                            Percent reduction in
  0       50% Reduction     utility water consumption
                            (measured against baseline green)
- 1       30% reduction

- 2       20% reduction
- 3       no reduction
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METRICS




                  100 % time water available from on-site sources
                  80% time water available from on-site sources
                  60% time water available from on-site sources
Self Sufficient
System            50% time water available from on-site sources

                  30% time water available from on-site sources
                  20% time water available from on-site sources
                  10% time water available from on-site sources
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Future State Narrative




                         Space Cover/Transition
                         Page
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Space System
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SCHEMATIC DESIGN
NARRATIVE


Systems Scopes:

Site
Structure
Skin
Waste
Mechanical
Space
water
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SCHEMATIC DESIGN
NARRATIVE


Systems Scopes:

Site
Structure
Skin
Waste
Mechanical
Space
water
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PRESENT STATE NARRATIVE
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FUTURE STATE NARRATIVE
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 Space System Teams Model

                                        Owner
                                       University Officials
                                       Board of Trustees
                                       President
                                       Provost

     Gatekeepers                                                              Stakeholders
                                                                Users           Operators               Donors
 Fire Marshall and Police                                                                               Corporations
                                                                Students        Maintenance
 Occupational Health & Safety                                                                           Alumni
                                                                Faculty         Housing
 County Codes and Permits                                                                               Individuals
                                                                Researchers     Facilities Manager
 Parking & Transportation                                       Neighbors       Cleaning Services
                                                                Visitors

                                       Architects
                                        EHDD
                                        Campus Architect
                                        Landscape Architect
                                        Interior Designer
                                        Consulting Architects

     Engineers                                                          Contractors
Structural: Tipping Mar                                           General Contractor: Pankow Builders
Mechanical: Taylor Eng.                                           Sub-contractors
Electrical: Integrated Design Assoc.
Civil: Sherwood Design
Faculty Consultants: CEE Dept.
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  Space System Goals Model
 Experimentation           Demonstration                   First Cost            Life cycle Costs
    Monitoring           Proving Good Building
                              Technology
       Water
                         Influence on Stanford
Design & Construction
       Process               Noteworthy
  Building Materials        “wow” Factor                                        Completion Data

    Vehicle Energy
                                                       Economic
  Building Structure           Living Lab
                                                     Sustainability


        Zero CO2              Measurable             Most Desirable               Community
    Reduce Energy Use
                             Environmental             Housing
                              Performance                                        Personal Space
     Low/no Carbon
       Emissions                                                                  Sense of Privacy
  Low Embodied Energy                                 Environmental Quality     Dynamic Social Life
                          Material Resources
                                                                                 Good Neighbor
                           Reduce Earthquake             Thermal Comfort
    Closed Water Cycle          Losses                                          Access to Research &
                                                         Acoustic Quality
                                                                                     Education
     Water Efficiency      Material Efficiency            Lighting Quality    Promotes Sustainable Life
      Water Capture &    Design for Adaptability &       Healthy Material              Style
         Recycling            Construction                     IAQ
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METRICS


Three Analyzed Metrics:

                                                 First Cost

                                      Economic
                      Living Lab
                                    Sustainability


                     Measurable     Most Desirable
                    Environmental     Housing
                     Performance

              Zero CO2                       Community
          Reduce Energy Use                 Personal Space
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METRICS



Reduce First Cost:

• +3: 30% Less Expensive
• +2: 20%
• +1: 10%
• 0: Baseline Green
• -1: 10%
• -2: 20%
• -3: 30% More Expensive
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Reduce Energy Use:

• +3: 30% Less Energy Use
• +2: 20%
• +1: 10%
• 0: Baseline Green
• -1: 10%
• -2: 20%
• -3: 30% More Energy
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Personal Space:

• +3: 30% More Space
• +2: 20%
• +1: 10%
• 0: Baseline – Campus Housing Average
• -1: 10%
• -2: 20%
• -3: 30% Less Space
Innovation – Granularity Reduction
     •Our proposed innovation to MACDADI is to reduce the granularity
     inherent in the +3/-3 metric system
     •This granularity often causes design options to be punished for
     being between 2 points in a given metric.
     •For example, a 1.4 would be treated as a 1
     •We propose to simply have decimals behind each rating (i.e.
     +2.65 or -1.45).

                                                         1.4

Current State:             -3    -2     -1     0     1         2   3




Proposed State:            -3    -2     -1     0     1         2   3

				
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