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					Pathways to Green Schools




    Best Practices: Two Schools on the
                Right Path
                   October 1, 2010
    Renovation Projects: School District of Lancaster
     New Construction: Springfield School District




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Pathways to Green Schools

       Green Renovation Projects

          School District of Lancaster

          George Washington Elementary
              Lafayette Elementary
           Thomas Wharton Elementary
             George Ross Elementary




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Pathways to Green Schools

          Green + Schools = A Great Fit
     Sustainability                               Educate




  From the Latin sustinere (tenere,   Latin educatus, past participle of educare
         to hold; sus, up).                        ( to bring up).




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       George Washington Elementary




   Original Construction - 1935
   65,000 square feet
   35,000 square feet addition
   650 Student capacity
   Original Contract amount (w/site& abatement)
   $13,750,000
   LEED target - Silver certification
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                 Lafayette Elementary




   Original Construction – 1951
   58,000 square feet
   36,000 square feet addition
   600 Student capacity
   Original Contract amount (w/site & abatement)
   $13,742,049
   LEED target - Gold certification
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         Thomas Wharton Elementary




   Original Construction – 1895
   25,000 square feet (8,000 demo’d)
   36,000 square feet addition
   300 Student capacity
   Original Contract amount (w/site & abatement)
   $9,847,030
   LEED target - Gold certification
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              George Ross Elementary




   Original Construction – 1924
   44,000 square feet
   6,000 square feet addition
   350 Student capacity
   Original Contract amount (w/site & abatement)
   $7,022,169
   LEED target - Gold certification
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Pathways to Green Schools

        Applicability and Considerations for
               “Green” Renovations

   1.   Scope (Process)
   2.   Sanity (Costs)
   3.   Systems (Materials)
   4.   Sustainability (Maintenance)




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                  Scope (Process)
   1. Research
      a) Governor’s Green Government Council
      b) PDE – Reimbursement advantages for
         renovation/LEED PlanCon projects
      c) DEP/DCED – Alternative and Clean Energy
         Program, Renewable Energy Program, Act 129
      d) Other: Greenschools, SmartBuilding Alliance,
         NIBS, USGBC, ASHRAE, AIA, etc.
   2. Assemble a knowledgeable team



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                  Scope (Process)
   1. Analysis
     a) Project specifics – does the size warrant?
     b) Site considerations - exposure (wind and sun),
        size (geothermal), etc.
     c) Structural review (core design system, green
        roofs)
     d) Scheduling limitations
   Educate - Admin, Board, Community buy-in

   Execute

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                    Sanity – Costs
   2. Additional soft costs – LEED
         Energy modeling
         Commissioning
         Other consultants – geologists, hydrologists
         Contractor costs – waste management,
         documentation
         Certification
   Additional hard (construction) costs
         As determined by scope/selection
         Life-cycle cost analysis


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                Sanity – Cost Examples
   Soft costs – Additional $0.5 million *
       LEED general consulting - education
       Certification and documentation
       Energy Modeling
       Acoustical engineering
       Building Commissioning

   (*total for all 4 separate projects)




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                      Sanity – Cost
   Hard costs – Examples
      Metal and Green roofs - $300K
      Linoleum flooring - $350K
      M & V (power monitoring)
      CO2 monitoring - $70K
      Digital lighting controls - $40K
   Considered but not selected
      Daylight harvesting
      Rain/grey water collection
      Existing window replacements
      Geothermal HVAC system
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                    Sanity – Cost
   Cost offsets – Examples
      Growing Greener LEED Grant - $30K
      Lancaster County Green Roofing Grant - $118K
      Lanc. Ed. Foundation Green Roof Grant - $30K
   Additional Reimbursement (pending accounting)*
          Renovation - $1,483,790
          LEED - $1,483,790

   * Values from approved PlanCon D part AF/AG



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                 Systems - Materials
   3. “The greenest building is the one that’s not
   built.” Renovate-Reuse
       Value in existing “sticks and bricks”
      Consider all costs/impact
   Codes and ordinances will force the
   “greening”
      New ASHRAE requirements
      Lighting occupancy sensors – new electrical code
      Stormwater system – combined piping
      Chesapeake Bay initiatives

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                Systems - Materials
   Examples: Multiple boilers




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               Systems - Materials
   Examples: On-demand water heaters




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               Systems - Materials
   Examples: Waterless urinals




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Pathways to Green Schools

              Systems - Materials
   Examples: Chilled beam (induction) HVAC




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Pathways to Green Schools

              Systems - Materials
   Examples: Chilled Beam (induction) HVAC




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Pathways to Green Schools

              Systems - Materials
   Examples: Linoleum flooring




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Pathways to Green Schools

              Systems - Materials
   Examples: Green roofs




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Pathways to Green Schools

              Systems - Materials
   Examples: Green roofs




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               Systems - Materials
   Examples: Natural light




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Pathways to Green Schools

               Systems - Materials
   Examples: Natural light




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            Sustainability (Maintenance)
   Life-cycle cost analysis indicates reduction in overall cost
       for the following systems:
   Metal and green roofing – life expectancy, insulation,
       positive stormwater impact to combined sewer
   Linoleum flooring – less maintenance requirement
   Daylighting and controls – less electric usage and bulb
       replacement
   Chilled beam (induction) HVAC – moderate water
       temperatures
   Waterless urinals – less potable water needed
   M&V – electrical usage tracking

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                Thank you




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Pathways to Green Schools




  Springfield Literacy Center
            Literacy Education
        Sustainable Environment
     “we believe every student can read”
            PRESENTED by: Douglas Carney, AIA, LEED AP
                          Capital Program Management Consultant
                          Drexel University Faculty
                          School Board President
                          decarney@aol.com
                          610-328-6771 phone
Pathways to Green Schools

SPRINGFIELD LITERACY CENTER




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                                                    www.ssdcougars.org
Pathways to Green Schools
• Springfield School District – Delaware County
      –    3400 students
      –    $59.8 million budget
      –    25,757 population (Springfield & Morton)
      –    94% post-secondary acceptance
      –    Aid ratio 0.14 (86% local funding)
• Springfield Literacy Center
      –    52,000 square feet (new construction)
      –    $14.9 million building budget (single prime contract)
      –    $5 million site work construction
      –    Planning 2 years, construction 18 months
• Project Team
      –    A/E Burt Hill (Butler office) – architect & engineer
      –    CID Group (Berwick PA) – Owner’s Representative
      –    GC E. P. Guidi, Inc. (Ambler PA) – General Contractor
      –    Facilities Committee, administration, faculty – Building
           committee
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Pathways to Green Schools
         STRATEGIC THINKING – 2000 to 2010
                            Embrace the uncertainty – Literacy & Sustainability

 Program Strategies
       –     More effective literacy instruction
       –     Culture change (sea change)
       –     Zero defect mentality
       –     Mass customization (resources, IEP’s, nimbleness)
       –     Systematic & statistically based customizations
 Building Strategies
       – Create more space – allow 5th grade restacking
       – Capture the pedagogy in architecture – reinvent
         learning
       – Make teaching this program intuitive (sustainable)
       – Create a reading machine, tucked into the woods
       – Make our first sustainable building
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Pathways to Green Schools
  PROJECT GOALS
  •   Meet spaces needs for K-5 grades
  •   Eliminate temporary trailers at Sabold & Scenic
  •   Move 5th grade from ETR to Elementary setting
  •   Build a purpose built Literacy Center – “a reading machine”
  •   Make every space count - learning must happen in nontraditional
      places…blur the line between learning environment and everything else.
  •   LEARN EVERYWHERE! . . . shouldn’t just be about classrooms
  •   50 year minimum useful life

  BUILDING DESIGN GOALS – the start of sustainability
  •   Clings to the hillside like a tree
  •   Tucked into the woods
  •   Bring outside in and inside out
  •   Be FUN!
  •   Provide many convenient learning spaces
  •   Blur the edges of the classroom
  •   Integrate all curriculum areas into literacy instruction
  •   Blur the line between instruction and recess
Pathways to Green Schools

 Sustainability Principles & Goals
• Use every square foot for instruction,
  including circulation spaces
• Bring the inside out and outside in –
  connect children to nature
• Create MANY outdoor spaces for a range
  of learning venues and experiences
• Model good stewardship
• Make the building a teacher too
• Gain 3rd party validation (USGBC & LEED)

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  Pathways to Green Schools
Site                                    Potential

Analysis                               Acquisition
                                                                 Building Concept
 Potential Expansion #1
    • Prime street presence
 • Direct connection to stream
 • Potential expansion space
         with acquisition
  • Direct connection to open
                                   Transitional Zone           Open Sports
         sports play area                                         Play



                                      Court-
                                       yard                                  Main
                                                                             Entry

                                                    Existing
                                         Court-
                                                     Middle      Parking
                                          yard
                                                    School


                                               Court-
                                                yard




 Potential Expansion #2
  • Direct access to existing
 building, parking & circulation
 • Sequential order of grades
 • Less desirable for site value
   due to buffer & proximity to
             stream
Pathways to Green Schools

                               Concept Studies


Concept A               Concept B     Concept C   Concept D      Concept E
    Building Concepts




                          Concept 1                  Concept 2
   Academic Models
Pathways to Green Schools
                                  Exterior model




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Pathways to Green Schools

                                                        1.     kindergarten
                                                        2.     break-out lounge
                                                        3.     exterior learning environment
                                                        4.     music
                                                        5.     team room
                                                        6.     library
                                                        7.     entry
                                                        8.     first grade
                                                        9.     intervention
                                                        10.    kitchen
                                                        11.    multipurpose
                                                        12.    office suite
                                                        13.    special education




                                                                               1st floor plan



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                                                     6                             2nd floor plan
                                          4              5
                                  2                                   4



       1                      1       1       3
                                                                                        1.   first grade
                                                                                        2.   break-out lounge
 upper level                                                                            3.   special education
                                                              1                         4.   large group instruction
                                                                                        5.   library below
                                                                                        6.   green roof

                                                              1




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Interior LMC
as lobby




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 Pathways to Green Schools
Interior LMC
as lobby




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Classroom detail – flexible customization




   Literacy Customization




     Layout 1               Layout 2   Layout 3
 Pathways to Green Schools
Classroom detail - day lighting




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                                  Classroom




 Literacy Customization space



                                Literacy Customization space




 Literacy Customization space
Pathways to Green Schools
Sustainability Goals - realization
 •     Our obligation to set an example
 •     Public expectations of the SD
 •     SLEP history – FIRST new building in 50 years
 •     Our first Sustainable building
 •     Modest goals – LEED certified
 •     LEED for schools 2007
 •     National standard, well recognized, A/E
       competency

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Pathways to Green Schools
Certified – Silver - Gold
• Be an example but do not overreach
• Do not chase “points with dollars”
• Project Goal was “LEED Certified”
• Be careful to get sustainable value for $$$
  spent – i.e. recurring paybacks
• Not sure what we would get
• Dovetail with our refined bidding strategy
  to maximize sustainable features
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Program Management & Bidding Strategy
                   • Tiered bidding strategy
                   • 90/10/20 model
                   • Alternates structured to reflect
                     90/10/20 and award decision timing
                   • Risk & Contingency management
                   • Sustainability dovetail



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                                      Tiered Bidding Strategy (29 options valued
                                               at about 2.7 million or about 13%)
ALT GC-1: Green Roof System                                  ALT GC-17: Geothermal Heating & Cooling
ALT GC-2: Stained Concrete Flooring                             System/Delete Areaway
ALT GC-3: Delete LEED Certification                          ALT GC-18: Mecho Roller Shades
ALT GC-4: Cultured Stone Veneer                              ALT GC-19: Operable Glazed Partition
ALT GC-5: Classroom SGI Barn Doors                           ALT GC-20: Relocation of Woodland Avenue
ALT GC-6: Revised Corridor SGI CR                               Sidewalk
ALT GC-7: Metal Roofing                                      ALT GC-21: Construction Waste
                                                                Management 75%
ALT GC-8: Standing Seam PVC Roof
                                                             ALT GC-22: Recycled Content, 20%
ALT GC-9: Roof Top AHU Screen
                                                             ALT GC-23: Regional Materials, 20%
ALT GC-10: omitted
                                                             ALT GC-24: Foam Plastic Insulation
ALT GC-11: Kinder Play Area -UG
                                                             ALT GC-25: LEED Fundamental Comm
ALT GC-12: First Grade Play Area-UG
                                                             ALT GC-26: T.A.C. Controls
ALT GC-13: Kindergarten Greenhouse
                                                             ALT GC-27: Automated Logic Controls
ALT GC-14: Amphitheater
                                                             ALT GC-28: Siemens Controls
ALT GC-15: Tree House Classroom
                                                             ALT GC-29: Commissioning
ALT GC-16: Upgrade Fencing at Ball Fields

                                     SUSTAINABLE ALTERNATES ADDED TO THE PROJECT

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Yes   ?       No

9     0        0                 Sustainable Sites                                                           16 Points
Y                   Prereq 1        Construction Activity Pollution Prevention                                Required
Y                   Prereq 2        Environmental Site Assessment                                             Required
1              0    Credit 1        Site Selection                                                                   1
1     0             Credit 4.1      Alternative Transportation, Public Transportation Access                         1
1                   Credit 4.3      Alternative Transportation, Low-Emitting & Fuel-Efficient Vehicles               1
1              0    Credit 4.4      Alternative Transportation, Parking Capacity                                     1




                                                                                                                          Sustainable
1                   Credit 5.2      Site Development, Maximize Open Space                                            1
1                   Credit 6.1      Stormwater Design, Quantity Control                                              1
1     0             Credit 8        Light Pollution Reduction                                                        1
1                   Credit 9        Site Master Plan                                                                 1
1                   Credit 10       Joint Use of Facilities                                                          1
Yes   ?       No




                                                                                                                              Targets
1     0        0                 Water Efficiency                                                             7 Points
1                   Credit 3.1      Water Use Reduction, 20% Reduction                                               1


7     0        0                 Energy & Atmosphere                                                         17 Points
Y                   Prereq 1        Fundamental Commissioning of the Building Energy Systems                  Required
Y
Y
                    Prereq 2
                    Prereq 3
                                    Minimum Energy Performance
                                    Fundamental Refrigerant Management
                                                                                                              Required
                                                                                                              Required     (Certified – let’s try this)
5     0        0    Credit 1        Optimize Energy Performance (2 pt minimum)                                  2 to 10
                                     5 24.5% New Buildings or 17.5% Existing Building Renovations                    5
1     0             Credit 4        Enhanced Refrigerant Management                                                  1
1     0             Credit 6        Green Power                                                                      1




                                                                                                                          CERTIFIED
Yes   ?       No

3     0        0                 Materials & Resources                                                       13 Points
Y                   Prereq 1        Storage & Collection of Recyclables                                       Required
1              0    Credit 2.1      Construction Waste Management, Divert 50% from Disposal                          1
1              0    Credit 4.1      Recycled Content, 10% (post-consumer + ½ pre-consumer)                           1
1     0             Credit 5.1      Regional Materials, 10% Extracted, Processed & Manufactured Regionally           1



                                                                                                                            29 to 36 pts
Yes   ?       No

8     0        0                 Indoor Environmental Quality                                                20 Points
Y                   Prereq 1        Minimum IAQ Performance                                                   Required




                                                                                                                          Our plan 29-33
Y                   Prereq 2        Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) Control                                 Required
Y                   Prereq 3        Minimum Acoustical Performance                                            Required
1              0    Credit 2        Increased Ventilation                                                            1
1     0             Credit 3.1      Construction IAQ Management Plan, During Construction                            1
1     0             Credit 3.2      Construction IAQ Management Plan, Before Occupancy                               1
3     0        0    Credit 4        Low-Emitting Materials                                                       1 to 4
1     0             Credit 6.2      Thermal Comfort, Controllability                                                 1
1                   Credit 7.2      Thermal Comfort, Verification                                                    1
Yes   ?       No

1     0        0                 Innovation & Design Process                                                  6 Points
1                   Credit 2        LEED® Accredited Professional                                                    1
Yes   ?       No

29    0        0               Project Totals (pre-certification estimates)                                79 Points
                    Certified: 29-36 points, Silver: 37-43 points, Gold: 44-57 points, Platinum: 58-79 points

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Yes   ?      No

                                                                                                     16
3     0      0                 Sustainable Sites                                                  Points
1     0                            Development Density & Community Connectivity


                                                                                                               Sustainable
                  Credit 2                                                                              1

1            0    Credit 4.4       Alternative Transportation, Parking Capacity                         1

1            0    Credit 6.2       Stormwater Design, Quality Control                                   1
Yes   ?      No

2     0      0                 Water Efficiency                                                  7 Points
1
1

Yes   ?      No
                  Credit 3.2
                  Credit 3.3   X
                                   Water Use Reduction, 30% Reduction
                                   Water Use Reduction, 40% Reduction
                                                                                                        1
                                                                                                        1
                                                                                                                 Upgrades
3     0      0                 Materials & Resources
                                                                                                     13
                                                                                                  Points
                                                                                                                   (hey this is easier
1
1     0
             0    Credit 2.2
                  Credit 4.2
                                   Construction Waste Management, Divert 75% from Disposal
                                   Recycled Content, 20% (post-consumer + ½ pre-consumer)
                                                                                                        1
                                                                                                        1
                                                                                                                   than we thought)
                                   Regional Materials, 20% Extracted, Processed & Manufactured
1                 Credit 5.2                                                                            1
                                   Regionally
Yes   ?      No

                                                                                                     20
3     0      0                 Indoor Environmental Quality                                       Points




                                                                                                                  SILVER
0            0    Credit 6.1       Lighting System Design & Controllability                             1

1     0           Credit 7.1       Thermal Comfort, Design                                              1

2     0      0    Credit 8.1       Daylight & Views, Daylighting                                    1 to 3

                                    1 75% of classrooms (required for either points below)              1

                                    1 90% of classrooms

                                                                                                                  37 to 43 pts
                                                                                                        2

                                    0 75% of other spaces                                               3
Yes   ?      No




                                                                                                                  Our plan 42
2     0      0                 Innovation & Design Process                                       6 Points


0                 Credit 1.1       Innovation in Design: 70% green power                                1

1            0    Credit 1.2       Innovation in Design: educational outreach                           1

1     0           Credit 1.3       Innovation in Design: environmental cleaning products                1

0                 Credit 3         School as a Teaching Tool                                            1
Yes   ?      No

                                                                                                79
13                             Project Totals (pre-certification estimates)                  Points
      WITH BASE   Certified: 29-36 points, Silver: 37-43 points, Gold: 44-57 points, Platinum: 58-
42
        CASE      79 points


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                  Sustainable Differentiation
                                                                   (we caught the fever!)

                                                                                                                             Not a sure
2

1
         0

         0
                   0

                   0     Credit 8.1
                                      Indoor Environmental Quality
                                          Daylight & Views, Daylighting
                                                                                                            20 Points

                                                                                                                   1 to 3
                                                                                                                              thing but
1        0               Credit 8.2
                                           1 75% of other spaces

                                          Daylight & Views, Views for 90% of Spaces
                                                                                                                       3

                                                                                                                       1
                                                                                                                               we have
2        0         0                  Innovation & Design Process                                             6 Points
                                                                                                                             submitted
                                                                                                                                  GOLD
1                        Credit 1.1       Innovation in Design: 70% green power                                        1

1
Yes       ?        No
                         Credit 3         School as a Teaching Tool                                                    1

                                                                                                                            for
                                                                                                                            44 to 57 pts
4                                     Project Totals (pre-certification estimates)                          79 Points

46
      W/ BASE + SILVER Certified: 29-36 points, Silver: 37-43 points, Gold: 44-57 points, Platinum: 58-79 points



      We hope . . . to achieve GOLD
                                                                                                                            Our plan 46



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Pathways to Green Schools
  Geo-thermal system – example
• Significant concerns with continued use of
  fossil fuels for heating & cooling
• Desire to control utility expenses
• Desire to act sustainably
• Cost benefit analysis determined a 10-12
  year simple payback at a 5% cost of capital
  compared to water source HP heating only
• Bid as an add alternate - $500,000 premium
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   Pathways to Green Schools
 Ground exchange
geo-thermal field -                                                     Springfield Literacy Center 4-24-09
 16 wells added to
  the 88 original
design for a total of
                                 Geo-thermal system – example
104 wells resulting
  in ~20% spare
capacity – depth is
 400’ soil is mica-
   schist to solid
      granite




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  Pathways to Green Schools
              Geo-thermal system – example
     School as a
  teaching tool –
    ground loop
manifolds visually
   accessible to
students to “feel”
    the heat and
measure with their
 hands the delta t




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Pathways to Green Schools
    Geo-thermal system – example




Heating & cooling from under the baseball field

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    Pathways to Green Schools
                            Green Roof – example
• Phased in alternate
     – Structural steel, railings, stone & plant
       materials
     – Future – rain chains, rain barrels, herb
       garden
•   $90,000 premium
•   Limited area
•   Teaching tool
•   Teaching space
•   Semi-intensive system
                                                                            Springfield Literacy Center 4-24-09



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                                  Green Roof – example




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Green Roof




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Pathways to Green Schools
   Connect children with
    outdoors & nature




                                                                                        OLD GROWTH COURTYARD




                                  ALPHABET WALK
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Pathways to Green Schools
Natural daylight &
transparency




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Pathways to Green Schools
                                  Rain chains, rain garden
                                   & bio-filtration swale




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  Pathways to Green Schools
Tree house classroom
(our LAST
add alternate)




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Pathways to Green Schools
                                                                         Courtyard &
                                                                        amphitheater




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Pathways to Green Schools
                         Sustainable materials




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           Building as a Teaching tool
    Building equipment operation




    Geothermal system operation
                                                                         Building temperature status




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 Douglas Carney, AIA, LEED AP
Pathways to Green Schools


     Thank you!
             Springfield Literacy Center
   Literacy Education – Sustainable Environment



     “we believe every student can read”
              PRESENTED by: Douglas Carney, AIA, LEED AP
                            Capital Program Management Consultant
                            Drexel University Faculty
                            School Board President
                            decarney@aol.com
                            610-328-6771 phone

				
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