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Guiding Principle / LEED Crosswalk Crosswalk Credit Type Credit # Focus Submittal Area GP Credit / Prerequisite Points Requirement Description Requirement Description Phase Strategy P 1 Construction ESC plan (Erosion / Sedimentation Control Plan) 1 - Prevent loss of soil Construction Sedimentation control by: Stabilization (temporary or permanent seeding, mulching) and Structural Controls (silt fencing, earthen dikes, . Activity Pollution sediment traps, sediment basins) Prevention 2 - Prevent sedimentation of storm sewer or streams 3 - Prevent air pollution from dust C 1 Site Selection 1 Do NOT Build on the following sites: 1 - Farmland (USDA) Design During site selection, give preference to sites that do not include sensitive site elements and restrictive land types. Minimize building 2 - Habitat for threatened/endangered species footprint 3 - From public parkland (create equal or greater as required by USDA) 4 - Within 50’ water body (CWA) 5 - Within 100’ of Wetland (CFR) 6 - Undeveloped land lower than 5’ above 100 year flood C 2 Density 5 OPTION 1 - DEVELOPMENT DENSITY 1 - Previously developed site Design During site selection, give preference to urban sites with pedestrian access to variety of services. Sustainable Sites Development and 2 - Min density 60,000 sf/acre OPTION 2 - COMMUNITY CONNECTIVITY 1 - Previously developed site 2 - 1/2 mile of residential average density 10 units/acre 3 - 1/2 mile radius of 10 basic services 4 - Pedestrian access between building and services EP 2 1 ALTERNATIVE 1 - Project density double average Design density ALTERNATIVE 2 - Project average density within area twice as large as for the base credit achievement must be 120,000 sf/acre C 3 Brownfield 1 OPTION 1 - Develop site documented as Design During site selection, give preference to Brownfield sites. Identify tax incentives and property cost savings. Coordinate development plans Redevelopment contaminated by 1 – ASTM 1903-97 Phase II or local with remediation plans. voluntary cleanup program OR 2 - Defined as Brownfield by government agency OPTION 2 - Develop site defined as Brownfield by government agency (local, state, federal) C 4.1 Public 6 OPTION 1 - Rail Station Proximity - 1/2 mile of Design Perform a transportation survey of future building occupants to identify transportation needs. Locate the building near mass transit. Transportation commuter rail OPTION 2 - Bus Stop Proximity - 1/4 mile of 1 stop for 2 bus lines EP 4.1 1 OPTION 1 - Institute comprehensive transportation Design management plan that demonstrates a quantifiable reduction in personal automobile use through the implementation of multiple alternative options Perform a transportation survey of future building occupants to identify transportation needs. Locate the building near mass transit. Crosswalk Credit Type Credit # Focus Submittal GP Area Credit / Prerequisite Points Requirement Description Requirement Description Phase Strategy OPTION 2 - Double transit ridership 200 transit rides per day ALTERNATIVE 1 - 2 rail lines ALTERNATIVE 2 - 2 bus stops for 4 bus lines ALTERNATIVE 3 - combination C 4.2 Bike Storage and 1 CASE 1 - COMMERCIAL 1 - Bicycle racks for 5% of building users (200 yards Design Design the building with bike racks and shower/changing rooms. Changing Rooms of entrance) 5% 0.5% 15% 2 - Shower/changing rooms for 0.5% FTE CASE 2 - RESIDENTIAL 1 - Covered storage for bikes for 15% of occupants EP 4.2 1 Institute comprehensive transportation management plan that demonstrates a quantifiable reduction in personal automobile use through the implementation of multiple alternative options C 4.3 Low-Emission & 3 OPTION 1 - Preferred parking for LE/FE vehicles for Design Provide transportation amenities such as alternative fuel refueling stations. Consider sharing the costs and benefits of refueling stations with Fuel-Efficient 5% parking capacity on site. Can substitute preferred neighbors. Vehicles 5% 3% 3% with discounted parking if 20% discount. 3% OPTION 2 - Install alternative fueling stations for 3% of parking capacity on site OPTION 3 - Provide LE and FE vehicles for 3% FTE AND preferred parking for those vehicles OPTION 4 - Provide LE and FE vehicle-sharing program. One vehicle per 3% of FTE (assuming vehicle can carry 8 people) AND 2 year vehicle sharing contract AND preferred parking. EP 4.3 1 Institute comprehensive transportation management plan that demonstrates a quantifiable reduction in personal automobile use through the implementation of multiple alternative options C 4.4 Parking Capacity 2 CASE 1 - NON-RESIDENTIAL OPTION 1 - Parking capacity no more than min Design Minimize parking lot/garage size. Consider shared parking facilities with adjacent buildings. Consider alternatives that will limit the use of 5% 5% zoning requirement single occupancy vehicles. Provide Preferred parking for carpools for 5% of parking spaces OPTION 2 - For projects that provide parking for less than 5% FTE, Provide Preferred parking for carpools for 5% of parking spaces. OPTION 3 - No new parking CASE 2 - RESIDENTIAL OPTION 1 - Parking capacity no more than min. zoning requirement Provide infrastructure program for ridesharing OPTION 2 - No new parking CASE 3 - MIXED USE (Mixed-use bldgs with <10% OPTION 1 - For mixed-use >10% commercial, non- commercial area considered "residential") residential portion should adhere to Case 1 and residential portion should adhere to Case 2. OPTION 2 - No new parking EP 4.4 1 Institute comprehensive transportation management plan that demonstrates a quantifiable reduction in personal automobile use through the implementation of multiple alternative options Crosswalk Credit Type Credit # Focus Submittal GP Area Credit / Prerequisite Points Requirement Description Requirement Description Phase Strategy SS1 C 5.1 Protect or Restore 1 CASE 1 - Greenfield Sites Limit site disturbance to: 40' beyond building Construction Perform site survey to identify site elements and adopt master plan for development of site. Site building to minimize disruption, stacking the Habitat perimeter, 25' beyond permeable surfaces building program, tuck-under parking, share facilities with neighbors. Plant native/adapted plants. Establish clearly marked construction (pervious paving, detention, fields), 15' beyond boundaries. curbs, utility branch trenches, 10' beyond surface walkways, patios, parking, utilities less than 12” dia CASE 2 - Previously Developed/Graded Sites Restore/protect greater of 50% site area (excluding footprint) OR 20% of total site area (including footprint) with native/adaptive vegetation EP 5.1 1 Previously Developed/Graded Sites Restore/protect 75% site area (excluding building) with Construction native/adaptive vegetation Restore/protect 30% site area (including building) with native/adaptive vegetation SS2 C 5.2 Maximize Open 1 CASE 1 - Sites with Local Zoning Open Space Exceed open space zoning requirement by 25% by: Design Perform site survey to identify site elements and adopt master plan for development of site. Site building to minimize disruption, stacking the Space Requirements Reduce development footprint (includes building building program, tuck-under parking, share facilities with neighbors. Plant native/adapted plants. and hard scape) and/or Provide more vegetated open space CASE 2 - Sites with No Local Zoning Provide open space equal to footprint Requirements CASE 3 - Sites with Zoning Ordinances, but No Provide 20% vegetated open space of site area Open Space Requirements EP 5.2 1 Double Open Space (1 - 50% open space, 2 - double Design footprint, 3 - 40% open space) WP 2c C 6.1 Storm water Design 1 CASE 1 - Sites with Existing Imperviousness 50% OPTION 1 - Implement Storm Water Management Design Smaller building footprint, Green Roofs, Pervious paving. Reuse storm water for landscape irrigation, toilet flushing, custodial uses. - Quantity Control or Less Plan that prevents post-dev. discharge rate from Bioswales, vegetated filter strips, Retention ponds, Cluster development exceeding pre-development for the 1-2 yr, 24- hr design storms OPTION 2 - Implement Storm Water Management Plan that protects stream channels from excessive erosion. Also need quantity control strategies. CASE 2 - Sites with Existing Imperviousness Implement Storm Water Management Plant that Greater than 50% results in 25% decrease in volume runoff from the 2 yr. 24-hr. design storm EP 6.1 1 Document comprehensive approach to capture and treat stormwater & demonstrate performance above the credit requirements C 6.2 Storm water Design 1 Implement Storm Water Management Plan that: Reduce impervious cover Design Alternative surfaces: Green Roofs, pervious pavement, grid pavers. Non-structural: Rain gardens, vegetated swales, disconnection of - Quality Control Promote infiltration impervious areas, pervious pavement, rainwater recycling. Structural: Cisterns, manhole, ponds Captures and treats the storm water runoff from 90% of the average annual rainfall using acceptable Best Management Practices (BMPs) BMPs must remove 80% of Total Suspended Solids EP 6.2 1 Document comprehensive approach to capture and treat stormwater & demonstrate performance above the credit requirements SS 3a C 7.1 Heat Island Effect - 1 OPTION 1 - Provide a combination of the following ALTERNATIVE 1 - Shade from trees (within 5 yrs) Construction Use natural shade (trees, large shrubs, vegetated trellises) and other shade types over hardscape (photovoltaic panels). Light colored paving, Non-Roof for 50% of the site hardscape: high albedo hardscape such as concrete ALTERNATIVE 2 - Shade from structures covered with solar panels ALTERNATIVE 3 - Shade from structures with SRI of 29 ALTERNATIVE 4 - Hardscape materials with SRI of 29 Use natural shade (trees, large shrubs, vegetated trellises) and other shade types over hardscape (photovoltaic panels). Light colored paving, high albedo hardscape such as concrete Crosswalk Credit Type Credit # Focus Submittal GP Area Credit / Prerequisite Points Requirement Description Requirement Description Phase Strategy ALTERNATIVE 5 - Open grid pavement system (at least 50% pervious) OPTION 2 - Min. 50% of parking spaces under cover with SRI of 29, green roof or solar panels EP 7.1 1 ALTERNATIVE 1 - 100% non-roof impervious Construction surfaces high albedo materials or open grid paving ALTERNATIVE 2 - 100% on site parking located under cover SS 3b C 7.2 Heat Island Effect - 1 OPTION 1 - Roofing with SRI 78 (low slope) or SRI Design High-albedo and vegetated roofs to reduce heat absorption. Roof area does not include mechanical, skylights, solar panels. Roof 29 (steep-slope) for minimum 75% of roof area OPTION 2 - Green Roof for 50% of roof area OPTION 3 - Combination of above EP 7.2 1 Green Roof for 100% of roof area Design SS 4 C 8 Light Pollution 1 Interior Lighting (must comply with Both interior & OPTION 1 - For light source with a direct line of site to Design Minimize site lighting where possible and use computer modeling. Use, Full cutoff luminaries Low-reflectance surfaces Low-angle spotlights, Reduction 80% 50% exterior lighting) envelope openings reduce by at least 50% between automatic sweep timers, occupancy sensors, programmed master lighting control panels, minimize upward illumination from reflected surfaces 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. using automatic shutoff device. OPTION 2 - For openings in envelope with a direct line of site to a light source, provide automatic shielding resulting in <10% transmittance between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m. Exterior Lighting (must comply with Both interior & 1 - Do Not Exceed ASHRAE/IESNA Std 90.1-2007 exterior lighting) lighting power densities for zone 2 - Meet ASHRAE/IESNA Std 90.1-2007 lighting control requirements. 3 - Classify under one of the zones defined by IESNA RP-33 and follow requirements: LZ1 - Dark (National parks & rural settings): 0.01 fc at site boundary and beyond. 0% total initial designed fixture lumens are emitted at angle of 90 deg from nadir LZ2 - Low (Residential): 0.10 fc at site boundary, 0.01 fc at 10' beyond site boundary, 2% total initial designed fixture lumens are emitted at angle of 90 deg from nadir LZ3 - Medium (commercial, industrial, high density residential) 0.20 fc at site boundary, 0.01 fc at 15’ beyond site boundary. 5% total initial designed fixture lumens are emitted at angle of 90 deg from nadir LZ4 - High (major city centers, entertainment district) 0.60 fc at site boundary. 0.01 fc 15’ beyond site boundary. 10% total initial designed fixture lumens are emitted at angle of 90 deg from nadir WP 1a P 1 Water use 20% less water than the baseline water use Design WaterSense-certified fixtures. High-efficiency fixtures (e.g. water closets, urinals), composting toilet systems. Use on-site sources (rainwater, Water Efficiency . Reduction 20% calculated for the building (not including irrigation) after stormwater, graywater) for toilet flushing. meeting the Energy Policy Act of 1992 fixture performance requirements. Calculations are based on estimate occupant usage and include only water closets, urinals, lavatory faucets, showers, and kitchen sinks. WP 2a C 1 Water Efficient 2 or 4 Design Analyze soil/climate for native /adapted plants, Use high-efficiency irrigation system (drip, micro mister) Climate based controllers. Irrigation Landscaping system using storm water, graywater, or condensate water, Site map with structures, sun/wind exposure, Shadow profiles of landscape areas, Reduce heat island effect with shade trees, plan water use zones (high-mod-low) Plant turf areas only in functional or soil Water Efficiency . Crosswalk Credit Type Credit # Focus Submittal Analyze soil/climate for native /adapted plants, Use high-efficiency irrigation system (drip, micro mister) Climate based controllers. Irrigation GP Area Credit / Prerequisite Points Requirement Description Requirement Description Phase system using storm water, graywater, or condensate water, Site map with structures, sun/wind exposure, Shadow profiles of landscape areas, Strategy 2 OPTION 1 - Reduce potable water consumption for Reduce heat island effect with shade trees, plan water use zones (high-mod-low) Plant turf areas only in functional or soil irrigation by 50% from a calculated mid-summer baseline case, thru: 1 -plant species, density, & microclimate factor 2 -irrigation efficiency 3 - captured rainwater 4 -recycled wastewater 5 -Non- potable reuse water treated and conveyed by a public agency Water Effici Analyze soil/climate for native /adapted plants, Use high-efficiency irrigation system (drip, micro mister) Climate based controllers. Irrigation system using storm water, graywater, or condensate water, Site map with structures, sun/wind exposure, Shadow profiles of landscape areas, Reduce heat island effect with shade trees, plan water use zones (high-mod-low) Plant turf areas only in functional or soil Crosswalk Credit Type Credit # Focus Submittal GP Area Credit / Prerequisite Points Requirement Description Requirement Description Phase Strategy 4 OPTION 2 - No potable water for irrigation AND: PATH 1 - Captured rainwater, recycled wastewater, recycled graywater, or non-potable water treated by public agency. PATH 2 - Install landscaping with NO permanent irrigation systems. Temporary irrigation for plant establishment allowed only within the first year of installation WP 1c C 2 Innovative 2 OPTION 1 - Reduce potable water for building sewage Design Specify high-efficiency fixtures and dry fixtures, reuse storm water or graywater for sewerage conveyance, Onsite wastewater treatment Wastewater conveyance by 50% thru water-conserving fixtures or systems (packaged biological nutrient removal systems, constructed wetlands, high-efficiency filtration systems) Technologies 50% non-potable water (captured rainwater, recycled 50% graywater, treated wastewater) OPTION 2 - Treat 50% of wastewater on-site to tertiary standards and used on-site. EP 2 1 ALTERNATIVE 1 - Zero use of potable water in sewage conveyance ALTERNATIVE 2 - 100% on-site treatment and reuse/infiltration of wastewater C 3 Water use 2-4 Use less water than baseline water use calculated for Design WaterSense-certified fixtures. High-efficiency fixtures (e.g. water closets, urinals), composting toilet systems. Use on-site sources (rainwater, Reduction the building (not including irrigation). Calculations are stormwater, graywater) for toilet flushing. based on estimate occupant usage and include only water closets, urinals, lavatory faucets, showers, and kitchen sinks. 2 30% reduction 3 35% reduction 4 40% reduction EP 3 1 45% reduction Design ID2 P 1 Fundamental 1 - Commissioning Authority (CxA) Construction . Commissioning of 2 - Owner developed OPR. Design team developed the Building Energy BOD 3 - Commissioning requirements into Construction documents 4 - Commissioning Plan 5 - Verify performance of the systems 6 - Summary commissioning report nergy & Atmosphere . Crosswalk Credit Type Credit # Focus Submittal GP Area Credit / Prerequisite Points Requirement Description Requirement Description Phase Strategy P 2 Minimum Energy 1 OPTION 1 - Whole Building Energy Simulation Demonstrate 10% improvement (new buildings) OR Design Design building envelope HVAC Lighting and other systems to maximize energy performance Performance 5% improvement (existing buildings) in building performance rating Calculate baseline performance per ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA Std 90.1-2007 Appendix G Design must comply with: select mandatory provisions of Std 90.1-2007, include all energy costs, and comparison to baseline. Baseline default energy cost is 25%. OPTION 2 - Prescriptive Compliance Path: ASHRAE PATH 1 - ASHRAE Advanced Energy Design Guide Advanced Energy Design Guide for Small Office Buildings 2004. Must be <20,000 ft2 and office occupancy Energy & Atmosphere PATH 2 - ASHRAE Advanced Energy Design Guide for Small Retail Buildings 2006. Must be <20,000 ft2 and retail occupancy PATH 3 - ASHRAE Advanced Energy Design Guide for Small Warehouse and Self Storage Buildings 2006. Must be <50,000 ft2 and warehouse or self- storage occupancy OPTION 3 - Prescriptive Compliance Path: Must be <100,000 ft2. Can not be health care, Advanced Buildings Core Performance Guide warehouse, or lab MS 5 P 3 Fundamental Zero use of CFC-based refrigerants in new HVAC Design Specify new HVAC equipment that uses no CFC refrigerants. Refrigerant systems. Phase out CFC use on existing building Management HVAC equipment prior to project completion. Phase out beyond project completion based on merits of proposal. EP 1d, 1e C 1 Optimize Energy 1 - 19 OPTION 1 - Whole Building Energy Simulation Demonstrate a % improvement in the proposed Design Design bldg envelope & systems to maximize energy performance. Use simulation model for Option 1 REDUCE DEMAND: Optimize building Performance building performance rating compared to the baseline form & orientation, reduce internal loads thru shell & lighting improvements, & shift load to off-peak periods. HARVEST FREE ENERGY: Use daylight, ventilation cooling, solar heating & power, wind energy, service water heating & power generation. INCREASE EFFICIENCY: More performance rating per Building Performance efficient envelope, lighting, & appropriately sized HVAC. RECOVER WASTE ENERGY: Exhaust air energy recovery, graywater heat recovery, Rating Method in Appendix G of ASHRAE/IESNA and cogeneration. Can't use: Cool Roofs, Night Venting, Additional Commissioning Std 90.1-2007. Calculate baseline performance per ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA Std 90.1-2007 Appendix G Design must comply with: select mandatory Enter "Y" and "?" for the option chosen below. Enter provisions of Std 90.1-2007, include all energy points into Credit slot. For the "?" column, enter the costs, and comparison to baseline. Baseline default "additional" points beyond the "Y" points energy cost is 25%. 1 New: 12% Existing: 8% Design 2 New: 14% Existing: 10% Design 3 New: 16% Existing: 12% Design 4 New: 18% Existing: 14% Design 5 New: 20% Existing: 16% Design 6 New: 22% Existing: 18% Design 7 New: 24% Existing: 20% Design 8 New: 26% Existing: 22% Design 9 New: 28% Existing: 24% Design 10 New: 30% Existing: 26% Design 11 New: 32% Existing: 28% Design 12 New: 34% Existing: 30% Design 13 New: 36% Existing: 32% Design 14 New: 38% Existing: 34% Design 15 New: 40% Existing: 36% Design 16 New: 42% Existing: 38% Design 17 New: 44% Existing: 40% Design 18 New: 46% Existing: 42% Design 19 New: 48% Existing: 44% Design EP 1 1 New: 50% Existing: 46% Design Crosswalk Credit Type Credit # Focus Submittal GP Area Credit / Prerequisite Points Requirement Description Requirement Description Phase Strategy 1 OPTION 2 - Prescriptive Compliance Path: ASHRAE PATH 1 - ASHRAE Advanced Energy Design Guide Design Advanced Energy Design Guide for Small Office Buildings 2004. Must be <20,000 ft2 and office occupancy PATH 2 - ASHRAE Advanced Energy Design Guide for Small Retail Buildings 2006. Must be <20,000 ft2 and retail occupancy PATH 3 - ASHRAE Advanced Energy Design Guide for Small Warehouse and Self Storage Buildings 2006. Must be <50,000 ft2 and warehouse or self- storage occupancy 1-3 OPTION 3 - Prescriptive Compliance Path: Must be <100,000 ft2. Can not be health care, Design Advanced Buildings Core Performance Guide warehouse, or lab. 1 All projects (office, school, public assembly, retail) projects that comply with sections 1 & 2. 1 1 point for three strategies in section 3, Enhanced Performance. Strategies do not include Cool Roofs, Night Venting, Additional commissioning 1 1 point for three more strategies in section 3, Enhanced Performance. Strategies do not include Cool Roofs, Night Venting, Additional commissioning EP 2a, 2b C 2 On-site Renewable 1-7 Use on-site renewable energy system offset building Design Eligible sources: photovoltaic, solar thermal, bio-fuel based, geothermal heating, geothermal electric, low-impact hydro electric, wave & Energy energy costs. Use baseline energy cost calculated in tidal power. Non-eligible sources: architectural features, passive solar, daylighting, geoexchange (ground source heat pumps), renewable or EA C1 OR use CBECS database. Make use of net green-power from off-site metering. 1 1% on-site renewable energy Design 2 3% on-site renewable energy Design 3 5% on-site renewable energy Design 4 7% on-site renewable energy Design 5 9% on-site renewable energy Design 6 11% on-site renewable energy Design 7 13% on-site renewable energy Design EP 2 1 15% on-site renewable energy Design C 3 Enhanced 1 1 - Designated Commissioning Authority CxA prior to Construction Follow Reference Guide for the Commissioning design review, commission submittal review, systems manual. Commissioning construction documents phase. Experience on at least 2 projects independent of design and construction, not an employee of the design team or contractor. At a minimum perform tasks 2, 3, 6. Other members can perform 4, 5. 2 - CxA - Review OPR, BOD, and design documents prior to mid construction documents phase 3 - CxA - Review contractor submittals for compliance with OPR & BOD 4 - CxA or Other - Develop Systems Manual for operating staff 5 - CxA or Other - Verify that the requirements for training operating personnel are complete 6 - CxA - Review building operation within 10 months after substantial completion with staff and occupants C 4 Enhanced 1 OPTION 1 - Do not use refrigerants. Design Design without mechanical cooling and refrigeration. When mechanical is required use natural refrigerants (water, carbon dioxide, and Refrigerant ammonia), minimize refrigerant leakage, select equipment with efficient refrigerant charge and long service life. Management Crosswalk Credit Type Design without mechanical cooling and refrigeration. When mechanical is required use natural refrigerants (water, carbon dioxide, and Credit # Focus Submittal ammonia), minimize refrigerant leakage, select equipment with efficient refrigerant charge and long service life. GP Area Credit / Prerequisite Points Requirement Description Requirement Description Phase Strategy OPTION 2 - Select refrigerants and HVAC that minimize or eliminate the emission of compounds that cause ozone depletion (LCODP) and climate change (LCGWP) Do not install fire suppression systems that contain ozone-depleting substances. (CFCs, HCFCs, or Halons) C 5 Measurement & 1 OPTION 1 - Develop/implement a Measurement & Construction For corrective actions, install diagnostics within the control system to alert staff when equipment is not being optimally operated. Consider Verification Verification (M&V) Plan consistent with Option D: employing retro-commissioning services or dedicated staff to investigate abnormal increases in energy use Whole Building Calibrated Simulation, Savings Estimation as specified in the International Performance Measurement & Verification Protocol (IPMVP) Vol. III: Concepts and Options for Determining Energy Savings in New Construction April, 2003. The M&V period shall cover a period of at least 1 year of post-construction occupancy. OPTION 2 - Develop/implement a Measurement & Verification (M&V) Plan consistent with Option B: Energy Conservation Measure Isolation (ECM Isolation) as specified in the International Performance Measurement & Verification Protocol (IPMVP) Vol. III: Concepts and Options for Determining Energy Savings in New Construction April, 2003. The M&V period shall cover a period of at least 1 year of post-construction occupancy. C 6 Green Power 35% 1 Provide at least 35% of the building's electricity from OPTION 1 - Determine the annual baseline electricity Construction In states with open electrical market, select Green-e certified power provider. In states with closed electrical market, enroll in the green renewable sources in a 2 yr. contract. Renewable consumption (not cost) based on EA Credit 1 power program for 35% of the electrical energy. If direct purchase is not available, purchase Green-e accredited Renewable Energy sources defined by Green-e products certification Certificates (RECs), Tradable Renewable Certificates (TRCs), green tags requirements. OPTION 2 - Determine the annual baseline electricity consumption (not cost) based on DOE Commercial Building Energy Consumption Survey (CBECS) EP 6 2 100% of electricity from renewable sources Construction MS 4a P 1 Storage & Provide accessible area for collection and storage of Design Coordinate the size and function of the recycling areas with the anticipated collection services. Consider employing cardboard balers, . Collection of non-hazardous materials for recycling, including: aluminum can crushers, recycling chutes, and collection bins at individual workstations. Recyclables paper, corrugated cardboard, glass, plastics, metal C 1.1 Building Reuse - 1-3 Maintain % (surface area) of existing building Construction Remove elements that pose contamination risk and upgrade components that would improve energy and water efficiency such as windows, Maintain Existing structure (structural floor, roof decking) and envelope mechanical systems, and plumbing fixtures. Materials & Resources Walls, Floors, & (exterior skin and framing, excluding window Roof 55%, 75%, assemblies and non-structural roofing material). 95% Hazardous materials that are remediated must be excluded from calculations. Credit is N/A if adding addition 2x size of existing building. 1 Maintain 55% 2 Maintain 75% 3 Maintain 95% C 1.2 Building Reuse - 1 Construction Maintain Interior Use existing interior non-structural elements Non-Structural (interior walls, doors, floor coverings and ceiling Elements 50% systems) in at least 50% (by surface area) of the completed building (including additions). Credit is N/A of adding addition 2x size of existing building. Materials & Res Crosswalk Credit Type Credit # Focus Submittal GP Area Credit / Prerequisite Points Requirement Description Requirement Description Phase Strategy MS 4c C 2 Construction Waste 1-2 Implement Construction waste management plan Construction Establish goals for diversion from disposal in landfills and incinerators. Designate an area for collection of recyclable materials and track Management 50%, that a) identifies materials to be diverted from recycling efforts. Identify haulers to handle the materials. Obtain records (waste haul receipts, waste mgmt reports, spreadsheets, etc.) to 75% disposal b) Materials will be sorted on-site or confirm the diverted materials have been recycled or salvaged. commingled. Calculations can be done by weight or volume 1 Recycle or salvage 50% of non-hazardous construction & demolition debris 2 Recycle or salvage 75% of non-hazardous construction & demolition debris EP 2 1 Recycle or salvage 95% Construction C 3 Materials Reuse 1-2 Use salvaged, refurbished or reused materials Construction Identify opportunities to incorporate salvaged materials in building design. Use salvaged materials such as beams, posts, flooring, paneling, 5%, 10% based on cost. No MEP, but furniture may be doors, frames, cabinetry, furniture, brick, decorative items. included if included consistently across MR credits 3- 7. Can be applied to MR C5. 1 Use 5% salvaged, refurbished or reused materials 2 Use 10% salvaged, refurbished or reused materials EP 3 1 Use 15% salvaged, refurbished or reused materials Construction MS 1 C 4 Recycled Content 1-2 Use materials sum of post-consumer recycled Construction Establish project goal for recycled content materials and identify suppliers. 10%, 20% content plus 1/2 of the pre-consumer content based on cost. No MEP, but furniture may be included if included consistently across MR credits 3-7. 1 Use 10% recycled content 2 Use 20% recycled content EP 4 1 Use 30% recycled content Construction C 5 Regional Materials 1-2 Use materials/products that have been extracted, Construction Establish goal for locally sourced materials, and identify materials and suppliers. 10%, 20% harvested or recovered, and manufactured within 500 miles of the site based on cost. If only a fraction of a product/material is extracted/harvested/recovered and manufactured locally, then only that percentage (by weight) shall contribute to the regional value. Divisions 2-10 only. No MEP or specialty equipment. 1 Use 10% regional materials 2 Use 20% regional materials EP 5 1 Use 30% regional materials Construction MS 2b C 6 Rapidly Renewable 1 Use rapidly renewable building materials and products Construction Establish a project goal for rapidly renewable materials and identify suppliers. Consider materials such as bamboo, wool, cotton insulation, Materials 2.5% (made from plants that are typically harvested within a agrifiber, linoleum, wheat board, strawboard and cork. 10-year cycle or shorter) for 2.5% of cost. EP 6 1 5% or greater for rapidly renewing materials. Construction MS 2c C 7 Certified Wood 50% 1 Use a minimum of 50% of wood-based materials and Construction Establish a project goal for FSC-certified wood products and identify suppliers. Research availability of wood species to ensure they are products based on cost, which are certified in available from FSC-certified sources. Specify quality grades that most ready available from well-managed forests. Use lower grades of wood. accordance with the Forest Stewardship Council's During construction ensure specified products are installed. (FSC) Principles and Criteria for wood building components (framing, flooring, sub-flooring, wood doors, etc.) Establish a project goal for FSC-certified wood products and identify suppliers. Research availability of wood species to ensure they are available from FSC-certified sources. Specify quality grades that most ready available from well-managed forests. Use lower grades of wood. During construction ensure specified products are installed. Crosswalk Credit Type Credit # Focus Submittal GP Area Credit / Prerequisite Points Requirement Description Requirement Description Phase Strategy EP 7 1 95% of FSC-certified wood Construction IEQ 1 P 1 Minimum IAQ 1 CASE 1 - Mechanical Ventilation - Meet the Design . Performance minimum requirement of Sections 4 through 7 of ASHRAE 62.1-2007, Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality. Designed using the Ventilation Rate Procedure or the applicable local code, whichever is more stringent. CASE 2 - Natural Ventilation - Comply with ASHRAE 62.1-2007 paragraph 5.1. IEQ 6a P 2 Environmental 1 CASE 1 - All Projects OPTION 1 - Non-smoking building Design Prohibit smoking in the building. Provide designated areas outside the building where ETS will not enter the building or vent system. Post Tobacco Smoke 1 - Prohibit smoking in building info on non-smoking policy. If interior smoking areas are design within the building, separate ventilation systems must be installed and their Indoor Environmental Quality 2 - Locate exterior smoking 25' from entries, O/A effectives must be tested. intakes, windows. Provide signs OPTION 2 - Designated smoking rooms 1 - Prohibit smoking except in designated areas. 2 - Locate exterior smoking areas 25' from entries, O/A intakes, windows. 3 - Smoking rooms Contain, capture and remove ETS from building. Be directly exhausted to outdoors and enclosed with deck-to-deck partitions. Verify performance by checking differential air pressures required. CASE 2 - Residential & Hospitality 1 - Prohibit smoking from all common areas 2 - Locate exterior smoking areas 25' from entries, O/A intakes, windows open to common areas. 3 - Minimize uncontrolled pathways for ETS transfer between units 4 - Weather-strip all doors to units & exterior doors 5 - Verify through blower door test meeting ANSI/ASTM-E779-03. Use progressive sampling methodology. C 1 Outdoor Air 1 Install permanent monitoring systems that provide Design Install CO2 and airflow measure equipment (pitot tubes, venturi meters, rotating vane anemometers) and feed the info to the HVAC system Delivery Monitoring feedback Configure system to generate alarm when and BAS. 10% 15% conditions vary by 10% or more from set point, via BAS alarm or audible alert. Indoor Crosswalk Credit Type Install CO2 and airflow measure equipment (pitot tubes, venturi meters, rotating vane anemometers) and feed the info to the HVAC system and BAS. Credit # Focus Submittal GP Area Credit / Prerequisite Points Requirement Description Requirement Description Phase Strategy CASE 1 - Mechanical Ventilation 1 - Monitor CO2 in densely occupied spaces -25 people per 1000 sf at 3' to 6' above floor 2 - When 20% or more of design airflow serves non- densely occupied spaces - Provide direct outdoor airflow measurement device to measure minimum outdoor airflow rate to detect when system is +/- 15% of the design minimum outdoor air rate. CASE 2 - Natural Ventilation 1 - Monitor CO2 in all naturally vented spaces between 3’ to 6’ above floor. C 2 Increased 1 CASE 1 - Mechanical Ventilation Increase breathing zone outdoor air ventilation rates Design For mechanically ventilated spaces, use heat recovery to minimize the additional energy consumption associated with higher ventilation rates. Ventilation 30% to 30% above min rates required by ASHRAE Std For naturally ventilated spaces, follow Carbon Trust Good Practice Guide 237: 1) Develop design requirements, 2) Plan airflow paths, 3) 90% Identify bldg uses & features that might require special attention, 4) Determine vent requirements, 5) Estimate external driving pressures, 6) 62.1-2007. Select types of ventilation devices, 7) Size vent devices, 8) Analyze design. Use software (NIST's CONTAM). CASE 2 - Natural Ventilation Design system to meet Carbon Trust Good Practice Guide 237 (1998). Determine that natural vent is effective for project by following the flow diagram process shown CIBSE Applications Manual 10: 2005, natural ventilation in non-domestic buildings. OPTION 1 - Use diagrams/calculations to show design meets CIBSE Applications Manual 10: 2005. OPTION 2 - Use macroscopic, multi-zone, analytic model to predict that room-by-room airflows will effectively naturally ventilate 90% of occupied spaces per ASHRAE 62.1-2007 Chapter 6. IEQ 5a C 3.1 Construction IAQ 1 Implement Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Management Plan 1 - Meet or exceed control measures of the Construction Adapt IAQ plan to (1) protect HVAC system during construction - avoid using permanent AHU's during construction or use MERV 8 or better Management Plan - for construction and pre-occupancy phase of the bldg SMACNA IAQ Guidelines for Occupied Buildings filters, (2) control pollutant sources - spec materials that have low VOC's, exhaust fumes (3) interrupt contamination pathways -depressurize as follows: under Construction. work areas, provide temp barriers, (4) institute housekeeping activities - protect porous surfaces, dust control, and (5) schedule the installation During of materials to avoid contamination of absorptive materials such as insulation, carpeting, ceiling tile and drywall. Select member of GC's team Construction as IAQ mgr. IEQ 2 2 - Protect on-site or installed absorptive materials from moisture damage. 3 - Permanent air handlers used during construction must have filters with Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value MERV 8 per ASHRAE 52.2-1999. IEQ 5b C 3.2 Construction IAQ 1 OPTION 1 - Implement Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) PATH 1 - Prior To Occupancy - Perform flush-out by Construction Prior to occupancy, perform building flush-out or test the air contaminant levels. For flush-out, use temp supply/exhaust systems at windows Management Plan - Management Plan for pre-occupancy phase after all supplying a total air volume of 14,000 ft2 of outdoor or remove temp filters from HVAC Before Occupancy finishes installed using Flush-Out air per sf of floor area while maintaining an internal temperature of 60+ degrees and relative humidity no more than 60%. PATH 2 - With Early Occupancy - If occupancy occurs prior to flush out, then delivery 3,500 ft2 of outdoor air per ft2 of floor area. Ventilate at 0.30 cfm/ft2 until 14,000 ft2 of outdoor air per ft of floor area is delivered.. Min 3 hours prior to occupancy each day. OPTION 2 - Implement Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) Conduct baseline IAQ testing after construction, prior system and install MERV 13 filters. OR perform Air Quality testing. During construction, use low VOC cleaning supplies, use vacuums with Management Plan for pre-occupancy phase after all to occupancy using testing protocols per EPA HEPA filters. If test sample exceeds levels, increase flush out rate of the space. finishes installed using Air Testing Compendium of Methods for the Determination of Air Pollutants in Indoor Air. Demonstrate the contaminant maximum concentrations listed below are not exceeded. See reference guide. Crosswalk Credit Type Credit # Focus Submittal GP Area Credit / Prerequisite Points Requirement Description Requirement Description Phase Strategy IEQ 4 C 4.1 Low-Emitting 1 Applies to adhesives and sealants used on the interior Construction Specify low VOC materials in CDs for general construction adhesives, flooring adhesives, fire-stopping sealants, caulking, duct sealants, Materials – of building. Adhesives, sealants, sealant primers: plumbing adhesives, and cove base adhesives. Adhesives & South Coast Air Quality Management District Rule Sealants #1168. Aerosol Adhesives: Green Seal Standard for Commercial Adhesives GS-36 IEQ 4 C 4.2 Low-Emitting 1 Applies to paints and coatings used on the interior of Construction Spec low-VOC paints, ensure specified product is installed. Materials – Paints & the building. Paints: VOC limits in Green Seal Coatings Standard GS-11. Anti-Corrosive / Rust Paints: 250 ug/L limit in Green Seal Standard GC-03. Clear wood finishes, floor coatings, stains, primers, shellacs: VOC limits in SCAQMD Rule 1113. IEQ 4 C 4.3 Low-Emitting 1 OPTION 1 - Carpets: Carpet and Rug Institute's Construction Specify requirements for product testing/certification. Select products certified under the Green Label Plus Program or for which testing has Materials – Flooring Green Label Plus Program. Carpet Cushions: Green been done by independent lab. Systems Label. Carpet adhesive: IEQ Credit 4.1. Hard surface flooring: FloorScore Standard. Finishes for concrete, wood, cork: SCAQMD Rule 1113. Tile adhesives & grout: SCAQMD Rule 1168. OPTION 2 - All flooring elements must meet California DHS Standard Practice for the Testing of Volatile Organic Emissions from Various Sources Using Small- Scale Environmental Chambers IEQ 4 C 4.4 Low-Emitting 1 Applies to composite wood and agrifiber products used Construction Specify wood/agrifiber products that contain no added urea-formaldehyde resins. Materials – on the interior of the building. Particleboard, MDF, Composite Wood & plywood, wheat board, strawboard, panel substrates, Agrifiber Products door cores. Must not contain added urea- formaldehyde resins. C 5 Indoor Chemical & 1 Design to minimize and control pollutant entry into 1 - Permanent entryway system (grates/grilles) at Design Design facility cleaning and maintenance areas with isolated exhaust systems for contaminants. Maintain physical isolation from rest of the Pollutant Source buildings and later cross-contamination of occupied least 10 ft long to capture dirt occupied areas. Install permanent entryway systems. Install high-level filtration systems in both return air and outside supply air. Control areas: 2 - Where hazardous gases or chemicals may be present (e.g. garage, house keeping, laundry, copy rooms), exhaust each space to create negative pressure at 0.50 cfm/ft2. Pressure differential at least 5 Pa on avg. and 1 Pa at a minimum when doors to room are closed. 3 - Provide air filtration media of MERV 13 or better prior to occupancy. 4 - Provide containment for appropriate disposal of hazardous liquid wastes in places where water & chemical concentrate mixing occurs IEQ 3b C 6.1 Controllability of 1 Provide individual lighting controls for 90% Design Design bldg with occupant controls: lighting controls and task lighting. Integrate systems overall lighting design, providing ambient and task Systems - Lighting minimum of the building occupants. lighting while managing the energy use of the building. 90% Provide lighting system controls for all shared multi- occupant spaces to enable lighting adjustment that meets group needs and preferences. C 6.2 Controllability of 1 Individual comfort controls 50% minimum of Design Design the bldg with comfort controls to allow adjustments for individuals and groups - including incorporating operable windows, individual Systems -Thermal occupants. Windows can be used in areas that are 20 thermostats, local diffusers at floor, desk or overhead levels, control of individual radiant panels, occupancy sensors, education of Comfort 50% ft inside of and 10 ft to either side of the operable part occupants and training of maintenance staff. of the window. Comply with ASHRAE 62.1 2007, part 5.1 Natural Ventilation. Crosswalk Credit Type Credit # Focus Submittal GP Area Credit / Prerequisite Points Requirement Description Requirement Description Phase Strategy Provide comfort system controls for multi- occupant spaces to enable adjustments to suit group needs and preferences. Conditions for thermal comfort are described in ASHRAE 55-2004 to include the primary factors of air temp, radiant temp, air speed, humidity. IEQ 1a C 7.1 Thermal Comfort - 1 Design HVAC systems and bldg envelop to meet the Design Establish comfort criteria per ASHRAE 55-2004 (based on Predicted Mean Vote) that support the desired quality and occupant satisfaction Design requirements of ASHRAE 55-2004, Thermal Comfort with bldg performance. Evaluate air temperature, radiant temperature, air speed, and relative humidity in an integrated fashion and Conditions for Human Occupancy. coordinate criteria with IEQ P1, IEQ c1, EC c2. Demonstrate design compliance in accordance with the Section 6.1.1 documentation. Crosswalk Credit Type Credit # Focus Submittal GP Area Credit / Prerequisite Points Requirement Description Requirement Description Phase Strategy C 7.2 Thermal Comfort - 1 Achieve IEQ 7.1 Design ASHRAE 55-2004 provides guidance for establishing thermal comfort criteria and the documentation and validation of bldg performance to Verification 20% Provide permanent monitoring system to ensure the criteria. Provide systematic process for occupants to provide feedback. building meets comfort criteria determined Thermal comfort survey of building occupants within a period of 6-18 months after occupancy. Survey to include: Anonymous responses about thermal comfort in the building including assessment of overall satisfaction of thermal performance. Develop a plan for corrective action if the survey results indicate 20% of occupants are dissatisfied. Plan should include measurement of relevant environmental variables in problem areas in accordance with ASHRAE 55-2004. IEQ 3a, 3b, 3c C 8.1 Daylighting & 1 OPTION 1 - Simulation - Use computer simulation Design Design bldg to maximize interior daylighting, including bldg orientation, shallow floor plates, increased bldg perimeter, exterior and Views - Daylight demonstrating daylight illuminance of 25 fc interior permanent shading devices, high performance glazing, automatic photocell-based controls. achieved for minimum of 75% of regularly occupied areas. The maximum daylight illuminance is 500 fc on Sept 21, unless view-preserving automated shades are incorporated OPTION 2 - Prescriptive - Use combination of side- lighting and/or top lighting to achieve a daylighting zone (the floor area that meets the requirements) that is at least 75% of all regularly occupied areas Side Lighting Visible Light Transmittance (VLT) x Window-to-Floor Area Ratio (WFR) of daylight zone must be between 0.150 and 0.180. Window area use must be greater than 2.5 ft above floor Ceiling must not obstruct a line in section, that joins window-head to a line on the floor that is parallel to the plane of the window. This line is 2x the height of the window-head in distance away from the window. Provide sunlight redirection and/or glare control devices Crosswalk Credit Type Credit # Focus Submittal GP Area Credit / Prerequisite Points Requirement Description Requirement Description Phase Strategy Top Lighting Daylight zone under skylight is the outline of the skylight plus in each direction the lesser of : 70% of ceiling height OR 1/2 distance to the edge of the nearest skylight OR distance to any permanent opaque partition farther than 70% of distance between top of partition and ceiling Skylight roof coverage of 3% to 6% of roof area with minimum 0.5 VLT If skylight diffuser used, haze value must be greater than 90% per ASTM D1003 OPTION 3 - Measurement - Demonstrate, through records of indoor light measurements, daylight illumination level of 25+ foot candles for minimum of 75% of regularly occupied spaces. Measurements taken on 10-foot grid. Provide daylight redirection and/or glare control OPTION 4 - Combination - Provide minimum daylight illumination level of 25 foot candles in a minimum of 75% of regularly occupied areas through combination of options. Provide glare control devices EP 8.1 1 95% daylighting Design C 8.2 Daylighting & 1 Achieve direct line of sight to the outdoor Design Design the space to maximize daylighting and view opportunities. Strategies to consider include lower partition heights, interior shading Views - Views environment via vision glazing between 2'6" and 7'6" devices, interior glazing, automatic photocell-based controls. above finish floor for bldg occupants in 90% of occupied areas. EP 8.2 1 Must meet 2 of the following to qualify: Design 90% of regularly occupied spaces have multiple lines of sight to vision glazing in different directions at least 90 deg apart 90% of regularly occupied spaces have views that vegetation include at least 2 of the following: human activity objects at least 70 ft from the exterior of the vision glazing 90% of regularly occupied spaces have access to unobstructed views located within the distance of 3 times the head height of the vision glazing 90% of regularly occupied spaces have access to views with a view factor of 3 or greater C 1 Innovation in 1-5 PATH 1 - Achieve significant, measurable Substantially exceed a LEED NC performance credit such as energy performance or water efficiency. Apply strategies or measures that Design environmental performance using strategy not demonstrate a comprehensive approach and quantified environment and/or health benefits. Either greatly exceed the requirements of existing addressed in LEED 2009. Identify the following In LEED credit or provide strategy not address by any existing LEED credit. To qualify for achieving an innovation credit for a category not Innovation & Design Process writing: 1- Identify the intent of the proposed specifically addressed by LEED: (1) project must demonstrate quantitative performance improvements for environmental benefit, (2) process/specification must be comprehensive, (3) formula must be applicable to other projects. innovation credit 2- Proposed requirement for compliance 3- Proposed submittals to demonstrate compliance 4-Design approach (strategies) that might be used to meet the requirements. 1.1 1 PATH 1 - Innovation in Design PATH 2 - Exemplary Performance 1.2 1 PATH 1 - Innovation in Design PATH 2 - Exemplary Performance 1.3 1 PATH 1 - Innovation in Design PATH 2 - Exemplary Performance 1.4 1 Innovation in Design 1.5 1 Innovation in Design Innovation & Design Crosswalk Credit Type Credit # Focus Submittal GP Area Credit / Prerequisite Points Requirement Description Requirement Description Phase Strategy C 2 LEED AP 1 At least one principal participant of the project team Construction Educate the project team members about green building design and construction and application of the LEED Rating System early in life of shall be a LEED Accredited Professional. the project. Consider assigning the LEED AP as a facilitator of an integrated design & construction process. C 1 Regional Priority 1-4 Use USGBC database of Regional Priority credits Regional Priority C 1.1 1 C 1.2 1 C 1.3 1 C 1.4 1 C 1.5 1 C 1.6 1 Additional Tables used in graphing above Anticipate d SS WE EA MR IEQ ID RP All SS WE EA MR IEQ ID RP Achieved SS WE EA MR IEQ ID RP Reclamation Guiding Principles Checklist for New Construction Version: 12/21/09 NC Enter "NC" for New Construction or "MR" for Major Renovation N Does the building include a lab? "Y" or "N" Note: This section is UNDER CONSTRUCTION. Most items here were copied from the original DOI checklist (no longer being used) with minimal editing. PD Enter "G" for Greenfield site, "PD" for Previously Developed site, or "B" for Both Designer/ Approving Official Engineer Requirement Option mark "x" Incorporated Exempted Achieved Exempt Denied Focus Project # Area Requirement Requirement Description Phase Strategy References Submittals 1 Use a collaborative, integrated planning and design process that: a Integrated Design - Design Team Initiates and maintains an integrated project team as described on the Whole Building Design Guide in all All An integrated project team typically includes a sustainable building design professional, such as a LEED accredited professional in addition to the http://www.wbdg.org/design/engage_process.php Log of regularly updated membership lists stages of a project's planning and delivery. architect, project manager, engineer, etc. Membership lists should be regurlarly checked for updates needed and re-distributed when changed. b Integrated Design - Capital Asset Integrates the use of OMB’s A-11, Section 7, Exhibit 300: Capital Asset Plan and Business Case Design OMB’s A-11 Section 7, Exhibit 300: Capital Asset Plan and Business Case Summary http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/assets/omb/circulars/a11/current_year/s300.pdf All DOI building projects with a gross construction cost with $2 million or greater must complete a DOI business case review. All DOI building projects with a gross construction cost with $10 million or greater must Plan Summary DOI Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC) Guide http://www.doi.gov/pam/CPICguide62107.pdf complete a OMB business case review. c Integrated Design - Performance Establishes performance goals for siting, energy, water, materials, and indoor environmental quality along All Document development of performance goals for energy, water, material use and recycling, and indoor environmental quality, that will comply with the GPs for new construction and major renovation projects. Integrated Design Goals with other comprehensive design goals and ensures incorporation of these goals throughout the design and Document these goals in the construction plan. lifecycle of the building d Integrated Design - Building Considers all stages of the building's lifecycle, including deconstruction. Design WBDG Project Planning & Development http://www.wbdg.org/project/planningdevelopment.php Document project team consideration of all stages of the project's lifecycle, including deconstruction. Lifecycle e Integrated Design - Green Teams Establish "Green Teams" to ensure continued long-term sustainable operations (Source: BOR Initiative) All 2 Employ commissioning practices tailored to the size and complexity of the building and its system components in order to verify performance of building components and systems and help ensure that design requirements are met. This should include the following (below): a Commissioning - Commissioning Experienced commissioning provider All WBDG commissioning guidance: Document commissioning practices verify performance of building components and systems and help ensure that design requirements are met. Agent http://www.wbdg.org/project/buildingcomm.php Document contract with an experienced commissioning provider, inclusion of commissioning requirements in construction documents, a commissioning plan, verification of the installation and performance of systems to be commissioned, and a commissioning report. b Commissioning - Construction Inclusion of commissioning requirements in construction documents Design Documents c Commissioning - Plan Commissioning plan Design d Commissioning - Verification Verification of the installation and performance of systems to be commissioned Construction e Commissioning - Report Commissioning report O&M 1 a Protect or Restore Habitat - x For greenfield sites, limit site disturbance beyond building perimeter and beyond sitework such as roads Design Greenfield Sites and sidewalks. Clearly mark construction boundaries. (Source: BOR Focus Area) Sustainable Sites b Protect or Restore Habitat - Restore previously developed areas with native/adaptive vegetation (Source: BOR Focus Area) Design Previously Developed Sites 2 Maximize Open Space Exceed open space zoning requirements or increase the ratio of open space to building footprint (Source: Design BOR Focus Area) 3 a Heat Island Effect - Non-Roof Reduce the heat island effect from hardscapes by implementing one more of the following techniques shading Design from trees, structures with solar panels, structures with cool roofs, reflective hardscape materials with SRI of 29, and open grid pavement systems (Source: BOR Focus Area) b Heat Island Effect - Roof Reduce the heat island effect from roofs by implementing one or more of the following techniques cool roofs, Design green roofs, and solar panels on roofs (Source: BOR Focus Area & E.O. 13514) 4 Light Pollution Reduction Minimize light pollution from both inside and outside the building. Minimize light crossing site boundaries and Design shining above horizontal to ensure a dark sky (Source: BOR Focus Area) 1 a Indoor Water - Water use Employ strategies that in aggregate use a minimum of 20% less potable water than the indoor water use Design http://www1.eere.energy.gov/femp/information/download_watergy.html Use Watergy water use modeling software in conjunction with data from the potable water utility to show the building reduced potable water use by 20%. Reduction baseline calculated for the building, after meeting the EPAct 1992, Uniform Plumbing Codes 2006, and the International Plumbing Codes 2006 fixture performance requirements (Source: GP). Design buildings to minimize water use (Source: BOR Focus Area). b Indoor Water - Water Meters The installation of water meters is encouraged to allow for the management of water use during occupancy. Design It is recommended you keep the utility meter serial numbers on file in case of compliance audit. Water Quality and Performance c Indoor Water - Water Reuse The use of harvested rainwater, treated wastewater, air conditioner condensate should also be Design considered and used where feasible for nonpotable use and potable use where allowed. 2 a Outdoor Water - Efficient Use water efficient landscape and irrigation strategies, such as water reuse, recycling, and the use of Design http://www1.eere.energy.gov/femp/information/download_watergy.html Document a 50% reduction in potable water use for irrigation over conventional means of irrigation by using the Watergy or similar tool. Landscape & Irrigation harvested rainwater, to reduce outdoor potable water consumption by a minimum of 50% over that If the building recently had a submeter installed, the current water consumption can be compared to a calculated baseline. consumed by conventional means (plant species and plant densities). Design landscapes to minimize water use (Source: BOR Focus Area). b Outdoor Water - Water Meters The installation of water meters for locations with significant outdoor water use is encouraged. Design c Outdoor Water - Restore Hydrology Per EISA Section 438, to the maximum extent technically feasible, maintain or restore the Design predevelopment hydrology of the site with regard to temperature, rate, volume, duration of flow using site planning, design, construction, and maintenance strategies d Outdoor Water - Stormwater Runoff Employ design and construction strategies that reduce storm water runoff and discharges of polluted Design water offsite (Source: GP). Design stormwater quantity and quality controls to limit impact of run-off on nearby waterways (Source: BOR Focus Area). 3 Process Water Per the Energy Policy Act of 2005 Section 109, when potable water is used to improve a building’s energy Design Document lifecycle cost effective water conservation calculations. efficiency, deploy lifecycle cost effective water conservation measures. 4 a Water Efficient Products - Specify EPA’s WaterSense-labeled products or other water conserving products, where available. Design http://epa.gov/watersense/pubs/label.htm Document requisitions with specification sheet for WaterSense-labeled or other water conserving products in project files. WaterSense Products b Water Efficient Products - Choose irrigation contractors who are certified through a WaterSense labeled program. Construction http://epa.gov/watersense/pp/lists/irr_partners.htm Document request for proposals that provide preference for contractors who are certified through a WaterSense labeled program. WaterSense Irrigation Contractors 5 Water Efficiency - Cost-Benefit Applying a cost-benefit approach for major water-efficiency features including rainwater collection and grey Design water reuse (Source: BOR Initiative) 1 a Energy Efficiency - Whole Building Establish a whole building performance target that takes into account the intended use, occupancy, Design Use the Energy Star for buildings tool available at: DOI Affirmative Procurement Plan, section 2.4.2: http://www.doi.gov/greening/procurement/GPP.pdf Whole building performane target Performance Target operations, plug loads, other energy demands https://www.energystar.gov/istar/pmpam b Energy Efficiency - Energy Star Design to earn the ENERGY STAR® targets for new construction and major renovation where applicable. Design Achieve point level to reach Energy Star rating (75 points) using the Energy Star Target Finder: Energy Star for buildings program: http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=evaluate_performance.bus_portfoliomanager#rate Energy Star Target Finder output file Targets http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=new_bldg_design.bus_target_finder c Energy Efficiency - Energy Star & Use ENERGY STAR® and FEMP-designated Energy Efficient Products, where available. Design http://www.energystar.gov/ http://www1.eere.energy.gov/femp/procurement/index.html Document requisitions for ENERGY STAR® and FEMP-designated Energy Efficient Products, where available. FEMP Products d Energy Efficiency - Energy New construction: reduce the energy use by 30% compared to the baseline building performance rating per Design Reduction (NC) 30% the American National Standards Institute (ANSI)/American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air- Conditioning Engineers, Inc., (ASHRAE)/Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) Standard 90.1-2007, Energy Standard for Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential. e Energy Efficiency - Energy x Major renovations: reduce the energy use by 20% below pre-renovations 2003 baseline. Design Reduction (Major Renov) 20% f Energy Efficiency - Energy x Laboratory spaces may use the Labs21 Laboratory Modeling Guidelines. Design http://www.labs21century.gov/toolkit/index.htm Labs21 tool available on-line at: http://labs21.lbl.gov/ Energy Performance Reduction (Labs) g Energy Efficiency - Modeling & Use an energy model and cost-benefit approach to determine the most cost effective energy efficient features Design Cost-Benefit Analysis to use. Include at a minimum, building envelope and HVAC systems (Source: BOR Initiative). 2 a On-Site Renewable Energy - Per the Energy Independence and Security Act (EISA) Section 523, meet at least 30% of the hot water Design http://apps1.eere.energy.gov/consumer/your_home/water_heating/index.cfm/mytopic=12850 Document calculations that show whether it is or is not lifecycle cost effective for the project to meet at least 30% of the hot water demand through the installation of solar hot water heaters. If so, document design for Solar Thermal demand through the installation of solar hot water heaters, when lifecycle cost effective. and construction of solar hot water heaters that meet 30% of hot water demand. b On-Site Renewable Energy - Per Executive Order 13423, implement renewable energy generation projects on agency property for Design If a facility has an onsite renewable energy system (RE), check yes. Document RE systems through maintenance logs, photographs, and installation requisitions. Submit project to DOI's renewable energy registry General agency use, when lifecycle cost effective. through your bureau energy manager. If not, explore possibility for onsite renewable energy system, and check not applicable. c On-Site Renewable Energy - Use a cost-benefit approach to determine the most cost effective renewable energy features to use and Design Modeling & Cost-Benefit Analysis combine results with BOR Initiative for energy efficiency (Source: BOR Initiative). 3 a Measurement and Verification - Per the Energy Policy Act of 2005 (EPAct) Section 103, install building level electricity meters in new major Design http://www.doi.gov/pam/energy.html All new construction projects must be metered for electric use. If the building has an electricity meter, check yes. If not, check no. It is recommended you keep the utility meter serial number on file in case of Electricity Meters construction and renovation projects to track and continuously optimize performance. compliance audit. b Measurement and Verification - Per EISA Section 434, include equivalent meters for natural gas and steam, where natural gas and steam Design DOI Energy Management Program information: http://www.doi.gov/pam/energy.html If the building uses natural gas or steam is consumption for each metered? If so, check yes. If not, check no. It is recommended you keep the utility meter serial numbers on file in case of compliance audit. Natural Gas and Steam Meters are used. 4 Benchmarking Compare actual performance data from the first year of operation with the energy design target, preferably O&M WBDG technical guidance - Energy Efficiency: Use the Energy Star for buildings tool to calculate rate. Tool available at: by using ENERGY STAR® Portfolio Manager for building and space types covered by ENERGY STAR®. For http://www.wbdg.org/references/mou_ee.php https://www.energystar.gov/istar/pmpam other building and space types, use an equivalent benchmarking tool such as the Labs21 benchmarking tool Energy Star Portfolio Manager provides energy summary: http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=evaluate_performance.bus_portfoliomanager#manage for laboratory buildings. ALTERNATIVE 1 - Verify that the building performance meets or exceeds the design target ALTERNATIVE 2 - Verify that the actual energy use is within 10% of the design energy budget for all other building types. 5 Energy Contracts x Consider use of Energy Savings Performance Contracts and Utility Energy Savings Contracts where Design available (Source: BOR Initiative). 1 a Recycled Content - EPA Per Section 6002 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), for EPA-designated products, All EPA’s recycled content product designations and recycled content recommendations are available on EPA’s Comprehensive Procurement Guideline. Office http://www.epa.gov/cpg Document project designs and construction requisitions that comply with requirements to purchase EPA-designated products. Include requirements in all solicitations relevant to construction. For example keep on file Designated specify products meeting or exceeding EPA's recycled content recommendations. If EPA-designated of the Federal Environmental Executive green purchasing resources http://www.ofee.gov/gp/gp.asp contract clauses, product specifications, and product requisitions. products meet performance requirements and are available at a reasonable cost, a preference for purchasing them shall be included in all solicitations relevant to construction, operation, maintenance of or use in the building. b Recycled Content - Recycled For other products, specify materials with recycled content when practicable. All Content 2 a Biobased Content - USDA Per Section 9002 of the Farm Security and Rural Investment Act (FSRIA), for USDA-designated products, All USDA’s biobased product designations and biobased content recommendations are available on USDA’s BioPreferred web site at <www.usda.gov/biopreferred>. Document project designs and construction requisitions that comply with purchase of biopreferred products are included in solicitations relevant to construction. For example keep on file contract clauses, product Designated specify products with the highest content level per USDA's biobased content recommendations. If these specifications, and product requisitions. designated products meet performance requirements and are available at a reasonable cost, a preference for Materials Selection purchasing them shall be included in all solicitations relevant to construction, operation, maintenance of or use in the building. b Biobased Content - Rapidly For other products, specify biobased products made from rapidly renewable resources All Renewable c Biobased Content - Certified Wood For other products, specify biobased products made from certified sustainable wood products All 3 Environmentally Preferable Use products that have a lesser or reduced effect on human health and the environment over their Design A number of standards and ecolabels are available in the marketplace to assist specifiers in making environmentally preferable decisions. For recommendations, consult the Federal Green Construction Guide for Specifiers at www.wbdg.org/design/greenspec.php http://greenseal.org/ Document project designs and construction requisitions that comply with purchase requirements for products that have a lesser or reduced effect on human health and the environment is included in all solicitations Products lifecycle when compared with competing products or services that serve the same purpose. relevant to construction, operation, maintenance of or use in the building. For example, keep on file contract clauses, product specifications, and product requisitions. 4 a Waste & Materials Management - Incorporate adequate space, equipment, and transport accommodations for recycling in the building design Design Recycling (Source: GP). Provide composting services for compostable waste (Source: E.O. 13514). b Waste & Materials Management - During a project's planning stage, identify local recycling and salvage operations that could process site- Design Construction Recycling Services related construction and demolition materials. c Waste & Materials Management - During construction, recycle or salvage at least 50% of the non-hazardous construction, demolition and land Construction Construction Recycling & Reuse clearing materials, excluding soil, where markets or onsite recycling opportunities exist. d Waste & Materials Management - x Major Renovations: Provide salvage, reuse and recycling services for waste generated, where markets or Construction Major Renov Recycling & Reuse onsite recycling opportunities exist. 5 Ozone Depleting Compounds Eliminate the use of ozone depleting compounds during and after construction where alternative Design Use all alternatives consistent with EPA's Significant New Alternatives Policy (SNAP) regulatory requirements. Document zero use of CFC-products in your project design and construction contract language, project management logs, inspection logs, etc. If any CFC-products are located in the facility, document that a phase- environmentally preferable products are available, consistent with either the Montreal Protocol and Title VI of http://epa.gov/ozone/snap/lists/index.html out plan is in place. the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990, or equivalent overall air quality benefits that take into account lifecycle impacts. 1 a Ventilation and Thermal Comfort - Meet ASHRAE Standard 55-2004, Thermal Environmental Conditions for Human Occupancy, including Design WBDG Technical Guidance - Ventilation and Thermal Comfort: Document project designs and construction requisitions that comply with ASHRAE Standards 55-2004 Thermal Conditions continuous humidity control within established ranges per climate zone http://www.wbdg.org/references/mou_vtcomfort.php b Ventilation and Thermal Comfort - Meet ASHRAE Standard 62.1-2007, Ventilation for Acceptable Indoor Air Quality. Design WBDG Technical Guidance - Ventilation and Thermal Comfort: Document project designs and construction requisitions that comply with ASHRAE Standards 62.1-2004 Ventilation http://www.wbdg.org/references/mou_vtcomfort.php 2 Moisture Control Establish and implement a moisture control strategy for controlling moisture flows and condensation to Construction (a) maintaining design interior relative humidity at an appropriate level (e.g., between 30% and 50%); WBDG Mold and Moisture Dynamics Document project designs and construction requisitions that comply with a moisture control strategy for controlling moisture flows and condensation to prevent building damage, minimize mold contamination, and prevent building damage, minimize mold contamination, and reduce health risks related to moisture. (b) controlling temperatures by heating or cooling the condensing surface (i.e., the outer-facing interior wall in cooling-load climates and the inner-facing http://www.wbdg.org/resources/moisturedynamics.php reduce health risks related to moisture. exterior wall in heating-load climates); Indoor Environmental Quality (c) preventing condensation on coils in accordance with ASHRAE 62.1-2004; and (d) cleaning all HVAC drip pans regularly and thoroughly. 3 a Daylighting - Daylight Factor Achieve minimum daylight factor of 2% (excluding all direct sunlight penetration) in 75% of all space occupied Design for critical visual tasks b Daylighting - Lighting Controls ALTERNATIVE 1 - Provide Automatic dimming controls ALTERNATIVE 2 - Provide Accessible manual lighting controls c Daylighting - Glare Controls Provide appropriate glare control Design 4 Low-Emitting Materials Specify materials and products with low pollutant emissions, including composite wood products, Design adhesives, sealants, interior paints and finishes, carpet systems, and furnishings. 5 a Protect Indoor Air Quality during Follow the recommended approach of the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractor's National Association Construction Construction - SMACNA Indoor Air Quality Guidelines for Occupied Buildings under Construction, 2007. b Protect Indoor Air Quality during After construction and prior to occupancy, conduct a minimum 72-hour flush-out with maximum outdoor air Construction Construction - Pre-Occupancy consistent with achieving relative humidity no greater than 60% Flush Out c Protect Indoor Air Quality during After occupancy, continue flush-out as necessary to minimize exposure to contaminants from new building O&M Construction - Post-Occupancy materials. Flush Out 6 a Environmenta l Tobacco Smoke - Implement a policy and post signage indicating that smoking is prohibited within the building Design Inside b Environmenta l Tobacco Smoke - Smoking is prohibited within 25 ft of all building entrances, operable windows, and building ventilation Design Outside intakes during building occupancy. Page 18 of 18