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					                                          AUSTIN ENERGY GREEN BUILDING
                                                   COMMERCIAL


AEGB Rating Packet Contents
   Forms (Green Tabs)
   • Project Information - project name, location, building description, project schedule, sustainability ratings
   • Project Team - contact information for key players involved in the design and construction.
   • Worksheet - working tool for evaluating green building measures.
   • Rating Report - report of green building measures implemented and Star Rating earned.

   Calculators (Yellow Tabs)
   • Building Reuse - calculates the percentage of existing shell, structure, and interior surface areas reused in new building.
   • Construction Waste - calculates the percentage of construction waste that is recycled and/or salvaged.
   • Water - calculates the percent reduction in indoor potable water use.
   • Irrigation - calculates the percent reduction in landscape irrigation potable water use.
   • Rainwater & Condensate - calculates the amount of rainwater and/or condensate the project may collect and allocate
      to indoor potable water use and/or irrigation.
   • Building Materials - calculates the percentage of materials that are salvaged, contain recycled content, and are Texas
      sourced.
   • Low Emitting - tabulates the low-emitting materials.
   • Certified Wood - calculates the percentage of wood-based materials that are FSC certified.


                                                        Project Information

Project Name
Street Address
City, State                                                                                                    Zip
Primary Use of Building(s)
Type of Construction                                                                   # of Floors
                                                                                       Sq. Ft. (gross)
                                                                                       Sq. Ft. (net)

Project Schedule                   Scheduled Start          Scheduled Finish      Description
Programming
Schematic Design
Design Development
Site Permit
Construction Documents
Building Permit
Bidding/ Contract Negotiations
Construction
Project CloseOut


Mandatory Austin Energy Green Building Rating


Austin Energy Green Building Star Rating Goal
LEED Certification Goal


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                             AUSTIN ENERGY GREEN BUILDING
                                     PROJECT TEAM


                                            PROJECT:
AEGB Representatives                Phone               E-mail



Building Owner/Developer
  Contact Person
  Phone               Cell          Fax                 E-mail

Architect
  Contact Person
  Phone               Cell          Fax                 E-mail

Mechanical Engineer
  Contact Person
  Phone           Cell              Fax                 E-mail

Structural Engineer
  Contact Person
  Phone               Cell          Fax                 E-mail

Electrical Engineer
  Contact Person
  Phone               Cell          Fax                 E-mail

General Contractor
  Contact Person
  Phone               Cell          Fax                 E-mail

Commissioning Authority
  Contact Person
  Phone               Cell          Fax                 E-mail

Professional Title
  Contact Person
  Phone               Cell          Fax                 E-mail

Professional Title
  Contact Person
  Phone               Cell          Fax                 E-mail

Professional Title
  Contact Person
  Phone               Cell          Fax                 E-mail




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                                                                                                                        Austin Energy Green Building
                                                                                                                          Commercial Worksheet

                                                                                                  http://w
  Instructions for Worksheet (reference AEGB Commercial Guidebook)                                ww.aus

     1. Verify completion of all 8 measures of the Basic Requirements to qualify for any Rating by indicating "yes".
     2. Signify intent of additional green measures by entering the available points in the Yes, ? (maybe), or No column.

                                                                                                  Web                       Design Team           AEGB                                                                  Team
               Category                                Requirements                                            Points                                                                          Strategies / Comments
                                                                                                  Link                     Yes   ?    No       √ 'd Final                                                              Member
           Basic Requirements
                                                                                                  http://
                                 1. OPR & BOD 2. CX requirements in CD 3. Cx plan
           Building Systems                                                                       peci.o
 1                               4. verification 5. O&M documentation & training 6. Cx                         Req'd
          Commissioning (Cx)                                                                      rg/Cx
                                 report. peci.org/CxTechnical/Tools_Guides/guides.htm
                                                                                                  Tech
                                                                                                  http://w
                                 Meet current city drainage and water quality standards and       ww.ci.a
        Storm Water Runoff &
 2                               ordinances for the project site watershed.                       ustin.tx.    Req'd
        Water Quality Control                                                                     us/wate
                                 ci.austin.tx.us/watershed/ordinance_map.htm
                                                                                                  rshed/o
                                                                                                  http://w
                                 Meet current City of Austin Energy Code roofing                  ww.ene
                                 requirements with vegetated or reflective roofs (<2:12 pitch:    rgystar.
          Roofing to Reduce
 3                               SR ≥ 0.70 or SRI ≥ 78, ≥2:12 pitch: SR ≥ 0.35 or SRI ≥           gov/ia/p     Req'd
             Heat Island                                                                          roducts
                                 29)
                                                                                                  /prod_li
                                 energystar.gov/ia/products/prod_lists/roof_prods_prod_list.pdf
                                                                                                  sts/roof
                                                                                                  energ
                                 Exceed current City of Austin Energy Code Building Interior      _prods
                                                                                                  ycode
          Building Energy Use    Lighting and Envelope requirements by 15% each or           s.gov/
 4                                                                                                             Req'd
                Efficiency       exceed code building performance model by 15%.              comc
                                 energycodes.gov/comcheck/                                   heck/
                                 Reduce planned indoor potable water consumption below       http://
                                 the baseline (ANSI/ASME standards & City of Austin          www.
          Building Water Use
 5                               Ordinance) by at least 10%.                                 ci.aus            Req'd
               Reduction
                                 Ref: Water Use Reduction Calculator                         tin.tx.
                                 ci.austin.tx.us/watercon/                                   us/wa
                                 Meet standards for Green Seal GS-11 for paints, primers,     www.
                                 and anti-corrosive coatings and SCAQMD Rule 1113 for all green
           Low VOC Interior      other coatings applied on-site to building interior.        seal.o
 6                                                                                                             Req'd
          Paints and Coatings    Ref: Low Emitting Calculator                                rg/cer
                                                                                             http://w
                                                                                             tificati
                                 greenseal.org/certification/standards/paints_and_coatings.p ww.aq
                                 df aqmd.gov/rules/reg/reg11/r1113.pdf                       md.gov
                                                                                                  http://w
                                 Provide appropriately sized, easily accessible area              ww.ci.a
                                 dedicated to the separation, collection and storage of           ustin.tx.
       Storage and Collection
 7                               materials for recycling, including at minimum, the top two       us/sws/      Req'd
           of Recyclables                                                                         recycler
                                 (four for multi-family >100 units) identified recyclable waste
                                                                                                  ules.ht
                                 stream items. ci.austin.tx.us/sws/recyclerules.htm               m

                                 Recycle and/or salvage at least 50% by weight non-
                                 hazardous construction & demolition waste excluding
          Construction Waste     excavated soil & stone.
 8                                                                                                             Req'd
             Management          Ref: Construction Waste Calculator
                                 austinenergy.com/Energy%20Efficiency/Programs/Green%20Buil
                                 ding/Sourcebook/constructionWasteManagement.htm
                                                                                                  www.austinenergy.com/Energy%20Efficiency/Programs/Green%20Building/Sourcebook/constructionWasteManagement.htm

           Basic Requirements NOT ACHIEVED                                                                                                             0

                 Team
                                 1. Choose team members early in design phase.
                                 2. Document sustainability goals. 3. Hold sustainability
           Integrated Project    team meetings during each phase of design through
 1          Design Team &        construction to track progress. 4. Include sustainability                       1
                                                                                                  http://w
           Sustainable Goals     goals in specifications. 5. Incorporate sustainability           ww.wbd
                                 features, proposed certification into pre-construction           g.org/in
                                 meeting.       wbdg.org/index.php                                dex.php

           Total Points - Team                                                                                   1          0      0     0      0      0


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                                                                                                     Web                       Design Team            AEGB                                                                                                 Team
                Category                                  Requirements                                            Points                                                                                Strategies / Comments
                                                                                                     Link                     Yes   ?    No        √ 'd Final                                                                                             Member
            Basic Requirements
                  Site
                                                                                                     coagis1
             Site Selection -                                                                        .ci.austi
                                   Site is not located in the Drinking Water Protected Zone.         n.tx.us/
 1a          Environmental                                                                                          2
                                   Site is not a greenfield.                                         website
                Sensitivity                                                                          /COAVi
                                                                                                     coagis1
        Site Selection -           Site located within the Urban Watershed Desired                   .ci.austi
 1b   Desired Development          Development Zone.                                                 n.tx.us/       4
                                                                                                     website
              Area                 Coagis1.ci.austin.tx.us/website/COAViewer dev/viewer.htm
                                                                                                     /COAVi
                                                                                                     http://w
                                                                                                     ww.ci.a
                                   Building(s) connects with neighboring properties with             ustin.tx.
                                   pedestrian and/or bicycle only paths (shading preferred)          us/deve
                                   that are separate from vehicular traffic. Project includes or     lopmen
                                   is located within 1/2 mile walking distance of residences
           Diverse, Walkable       and at least 10 Basic Services which are accessible via a
 2                                                                                                                  1
              Communities          safe route intended for use by pedestrians that does not
                                                                                                     www.walkscore.com/index.shtml
                                   require crossing a road more than 5 lanes wide or 35 miles        www.or
                                   per hour. ci.austin.tx.us/development/downloads/final.pdf         egon.g
                                   walkscore.com/index.shtml                                         ov/OD
                                   oregon.gov/ODOT/HWY/BIKEPED/planproc.shtml                        OT/HW
                                                                                                     Y/BIKE
                                                                                                     http://w
               Brownfield          Rehabilitate contaminated site.                                   ww.epa
 3                                                                                                   .gov/re     1
             Redevelopment         epa.gov/region09/waste/sfund/prg/index.html
                                                                                                     gion09/
                                                                                                     waste/s
                                   Document existing site characteristics, map all potential
                                   natural hazards (including traffic and pollution sources).
          Site Characteristics
 4                                 Plan to maintain or restore existing site features. Site                         1
                 Study
                                   building to minimize impact and to utilize natural
                                   characteristics.
                                   Locate building within 1/4 mile of at least 2 bus stops or        http://w
             Transportation                                                                          ww.cap
                                   within 1/2 mile of a rail stop (or future rail stop with
 5a       Alternatives - Public                                                                      metro.o        1
                                   proposed completion within 5 years).                              rg/ridin
             Transportation
                                   capmetro.org/riding/trip_info.asp                                 http://
                                                                                                     g/trip_in
                                   Bicycle securing areas and shower/changing facilities for         www.
             Transportation        10% or more of the building occupants. One bicycle                ci.aus
 5b       Alternatives - Bicycle   parking space per rider, one shower per 25 riders,                tin.tx.        1
                   Use             temporary lockers. Safe routing on property.                      us/bic
                                   www.ci.austin.tx.us/bicycle/                                      ycle/

                                   Parking does not exceed minimum local zoning
              Transportation       requirements. Preferred parking for carpools for 5% (min.)
 5c       Alternatives - Parking   of building occupants.                                                           1
                                   www.amlegal.com/austin_nxt/gateway.dll/Texas/austin/title25land
                 Capacity
                                   development/chapter25-6transportation?f=templates$fn=altmain-
                                   nf.htm$3.0#JD_25-6-471
                                                                                                     www.amlegal.com/austin_nxt/gateway.dll/Texas/austin/title25landdevelopment/chapter25-6transportation?f=templates$fn=altmain-nf.htm$3.0#JD_25-6-471

                                   Greenfield sites: Limit disturbance to 40 ft beyond building
                                   perimeter; 10 ft beyond walkways, patios, surface parking;
                                   15 ft beyond roadways & utility trenches; 25 feet beyond
           Site Development -      any pervious areas that require additional staging.
 6a        Protect or Restore      Previously developed sites: At least 50% of the post-                            1
               Open Areas          development open area (site area minus building footprint)
                                   is vegetated using native/adapted plants. Vegetated roof
                                   areas may be included in open area calculations, if plants
                                   meet the definition of native/adapted.
                                                                                                     www.ci.austin.tx.us/growgreen/plants.htm

                                   Provide vegetated open area* using native/adapted plants
          Site Development -
                                   equal to 20% of the project site area. *May include
 6b       Maximize Vegetated                                                                                        1
                                   vegetated roof areas, if plants meet the definition of
               Open Area
                                   native/adapted. ci.austin.tx.us/growgreen/plants.htm
                                                                                                     www.ci.austin.tx.us/growgreen/plants.htm




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                                                                                                Web                       Design Team              AEGB                               Team
               Category                                  Requirements                                        Points                                          Strategies / Comments
                                                                                                Link                     Yes   ?    No          √ 'd Final                           Member
            Basic Requirements
                                  1. 50% of site hardscape any combination of: Vegetative
                                  open grid paving (at least 50% pervious), paving materials
                                  with SRI 29 min., vegetative shading planted over non-roof
      Additional Heat Island
 7a                               impervious surfaces within 5 years. OR 2. Locate 50% of                      1
        Reduction - Site
                                  parking underground or in structured parking with top deck
                                  surface of SRI 29 min.
                                  eetd.lbl.gov/HeatIsland/                                      http://eetd.lbl.gov/HeatIsland/

                                                                                                http://co
                                  Install any combination of vegetated and reflective roofs     olroofs.
      Additional Heat Island      (<2:12 pitch: SR ≥ 0.75 or SRI ≥ 85, ≥2:12 pitch: SR ≥        org/abo
 7b                                                                                                            1
       Reduction - Roofing        0.45 or SRI ≥ 35)                                             utthecrr
                                  coolroofs.org/aboutthecrrc_owners.html                        c_owne
                                                                                                rs.html
                                  Exterior lighting meets COA Code-Chpt.25-2, E, Art. 2.5;
             Light Pollution      IESNA RP-33 Light Trespass; and Illuminance levels at
 8                                                                                                             1
               Reduction          specific facilities.
                                  ci.austin.tx.us/development/downloads/final.pdf               www.ci.austin.tx.us/development/downloads/final.pdf

                                  Implement IPM plan to minimize environmental impact and
            Integrated Pest
 9                                use least toxic practices for site and building management.                  1
           Management (IPM)
                                  ci.austin.tx.us/watershed/ipm.htm
                                                                                                http://www.ci.austin.tx.us/watershed/ipm.htm


                Outdoor           Shaded seating for minimum of 10% of building occupants.
 10                                                                                                            1
          Environmental Quality   http://solardat.uoregon.edu/SunChartProgram.html
                                                                                                http://solardat.uoregon.edu/SunChartProgram.html

            Total Points - Site                                                                                19         0       0       0        0   0




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                                                                                                     Web                     Design Team           AEGB                                                                   Team
              Category                                    Requirements                                          Points                                                                           Strategies / Comments
                                                                                                     Link                   Yes   ?    No       √ 'd Final                                                               Member
           Basic Requirements
               Energy
                                                                                                    http://w
                                   Exceed current code building by 17.5% or better using the        ww.real
                                                                                                    read.co
                                   ASHRAE 90.1-2004 App. G Performance Rating Method.
                                                                                                    m/prst/
                                   Point Allocation: 17.5% = 1 pt, 20% = 2 pts,                     pagevie
      Additional Energy Use
 1                                 22.5% = 3 pts, 25% = 4 pts, 27.5% = 5pts,                        w/brow        12
             Efficiency
                                   30% = 6 pts, 32.5% = 7 pts, 35% = 8 pts, 37.5% = 9 pts,          se.cgi?
                                   40% = 10 pts, 42.5% = 11 pts, 45% = 12 pts.                      book=1
                                                                                                    931862
                                   realread.com/prst/pageview/browse.cgi?book=1931862664
                                                                                                    664
                                                                                                    http://w
                                   GreenChoice® commercial agreement. If GreenChoice®               ww.aus
                                                                                                    tinener
                                   unavailable, 2-year contract for Texas or Green-e certified
                                                                                                    gy.com/
 2          Green Energy           National RECs for 100% of building's annual electricity use.                   1
                                                                                                    Energy
                                                                                                    %20Effi
                                   austinenergy.com/Energy%20Efficiency/Programs/Green%20Choice/    ciency/
                                   On-site renewable energy system for 2% of energy needs.          http://
                                   PV and solar thermal meet performance requirements of            www.
 3a        Renewables 2%                                                                                          1
                                   AE Rebate programs.                                              nrel.g
                                   nrel.gov/                                                        ov/
                                   On-site renewable energy system for 5% of energy needs
 3b                                and AE rebate program performance requirements.
           Renewables 5%                                                                                          1
                                   austinenergy.com/Energy%20Efficiency/Programs/Rebates/Solar
                                   %20Rebates/guidelines.htm                                   http://www.austinenergy.com/Energy%20Efficiency/Programs/Rebates/Solar%20Rebates/guidelines.htm
                                                                                                    http://
                                   1. Cx agent design review < 50% CD's. 2. Demonstrate             peci.o
                                   bldg. systems operate in accordance w/ OPR & BOD.                rg/Cx
             Additional            3. Demonstrate bldg. structure & envelope performance in         Tech
 4                                                                                                                1
          Commissioning (Cx)       accordance w/ OPR & BOD.                                         nical/
                                   4. Seasonal re-Cx through warranty period. 5. Cx report          Tools
                                   peci.org/CxTechnical/Tools_Guides/guides.html                    _Guid
                                                                                                    http://w
                                                                                                    ww.aus
                                   Tie into an Austin Energy district cooling loop.                 tinener
 5          District Cooling       austinenergy.com/Commercial/Other%20Services/On-                 gy.com/       1
                                   Site%20Energy%20Systems/districtcooling.htm                      Comm
                                                                                                    ercial/O

           Total Points - Energy                                                                                  17         0      0     0      0      0




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                                                                                                 Web                       Design Team                AEGB                                                                    Team
               Category                                   Requirements                                        Points                                                                                 Strategies / Comments
                                                                                                 Link                     Yes   ?    No            √ 'd Final                                                                Member
                 Requirements
            BasicWater
                                   Use high efficiency irrigation, rainwater catchment, and/or
                                   climate appropriate plant materials. Reduce by 50% over       http://w
            Irrigation Water                                                                     ww.ci.a
 1a                                baseline.    Ref: Irrigation Water Use Reduction and                         1
             Reduction 50%                                                                       ustin.tx.
                                   Rainwater & Condensate Calculators                            us/wate
                                   ci.austin.tx.us/watercon/                                     rcon/
                                   Reduce by 75% over baseline.
            Irrigation Water       Ref: Irrigation Water Use Reduction and Rainwater &
 1b                                                                                                             1
             Reduction 75%         Condensate Calculators
                                   www.ci.austin.tx.us/growgreen/                                http://www.ci.austin.tx.us/growgreen/plants.htm

                                   Reduce by 100% over baseline.
            Irrigation Water
 1c                                Ref: Irrigation Water Use Reduction and Rainwater &                          1
            Reduction 100%
                                   Condensate Calculators
                                   Use low-flow fixtures. Reduce by 15% over baseline            http://w
                                                                                                 ww.ci.a
          Indoor Potable Water     (ANSI/ASME standards & City of Austin Ordinance).
 2a                                                                                              ustin.tx.      1
           Use Reduction 15%       Ref: Building Water Use Reduction Calculator                  us/wate
                                   ci.austin.tx.us/watercon/                                     rcon/

                                   Reduce by 20% over baseline.
          Indoor Potable Water
 2b                                Ref: Building Water Use Reduction Calculator                                 1
           Use Reduction 20%
                                   energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=appliances.pr_appliances
                                                                                                 http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?c=appliances.pr_appliances

                                   Reduce by 25% over baseline.
          Indoor Potable Water
 2c                                Ref: Building Water Use Reduction Calculator                                 1
           Use Reduction 25%
                                   www.epa.gov/watersense
                                                                                                 http://www.epa.gov/watersense


          Indoor Potable Water     Reduce by 30% over baseline.
 2d                                                                                                             1
           Use Reduction 30%       Ref: Building Water Use Reduction Calculator

                                   1. Manage by infiltration 25% of the water quality volume
                                   (WQV) for sites ≥ 50% existing IC OR 2. 50% of the WQV
              Stormwater
 3                                 for sites < 50% existing IC.        Ref. ECM 1.6.7                           1
              Management
                                   www.amlegal.com/austin_nxt2/gateway.dll?f=templates&fn=
                                   default.htm&vid=amlegal:austin_environment                    www.amlegal.com/austin_nxt2/gateway.dll?f=templates&fn=default.htm&vid=amlegal:austin_environment

            Total Points - Water                                                                                8          0       0       0        0     0




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                                                                                                     Web                         Design Team            AEGB                               Team
              Category                                      Requirements                                          Points                                          Strategies / Comments
                                                                                                     Link                       Yes   ?    No        √ 'd Final                           Member
          Basic Requirements
              Indoor
          Environmental
           Quality (IEQ)
                                   Install permanent carbon dioxide monitoring system that
                                   provides feedback in a useable form to make adjustments
          Indoor Air Quality
 1                                 for ventilation system. Commission all systems to the                            1
              Monitoring
                                   preferred parameters for optimal performance.
                                   epa.gov/iaq/index.html
                                                                                                     http://www.epa.gov/iaq/index.html
                                   Identify and ventilate areas of point source pollutants (i.e.
                                   copy machines, print shops, janitors closets, labs)

                                   1. Provide ventilation directly to the outside of the building.
          Indoor Chemical &        2. Construct a full height deck to deck partition or a hard lid
 2                                                                                                                  1
           Pollutant Sources       ceiling enclosure between these areas and occupied
                                   spaces. 3. Operate at negative pressure relative to
                                   surrounding areas under all operating conditions by testing.

                                   www.epa.gov/iaq/largebldgs/i-beam/index.html                      http://www.epa.gov/iaq/largebldgs/i-beam/index.html
                                                                                                     www1.e
                                   Provide adequate daylighting which minimize glare and             ere.ene
                                                                                                     rgy.gov/
                                   integrate daylighting systems with electric lighting systems
 3           Daylighting                                                                             building     1
                                   and controls.                                                     s/com
                                   www1.eere.energy.gov/buildings/commercial/lighting.html           mercial


                                   Glazing systems and interior partitions allow for a minimum
                                   of 75% of regularly occupied spaces a view of vision
 4         Views to Outside                                                                                         1
                                   glazing (between 2'-6" and 7'-6" above finish floor) and a
                                   view of the outdoors.



                                   Install mechanical systems (thermal, ventilation and
 5         Thermal Comfort         dehumidification) and controls to provide thermal comfort                        1
                                   for all operating conditions according to ASHRAE 55-2004.

                                   Install and commission systems for individual occupant
                                   controllability for thermal comfort for 75% of the occupants.
 6    Individual Controllability                                                                                    1
                                   newbuildings.org/                                                 http://newbuildings.org/
                                   All sealants and adhesives applied on-site to building            http://
      Low-Emitting Materials       interior meet South Coast Air Quality Management District         www.
 7a     - Adhesives and            (SCAQMD) Rule 1168.                                               aqmd           1
            Sealants               Ref: Low Emitting Calculator                                      .gov/r
                                   aqmd.gov/rules/reg/reg11/r1168.pdf                                ules/r
                                                                                                     eg/re
                                                                                                     http://w
                                   All flooring systems meet SCAQMD Rule 1113 and 1168.               ww.car
                                   All installed carpet meets CRI Green Label Plus min. std.            pet-
                                   All carpet pads meet CRI Green Label min. std.                    rug.org/
                                                                                                     drill_do
                                   All resilient flooring is FloorScore certified. All engineered
      Low-Emitting Materials                                                                         wn_2.cf
 7b                                wood and laminate flooring contain no added urea-                                1
        - Flooring Systems                                                                            m?pag
                                                                                                     scscerti
                                   formaldehyde.                                                      fied.co
                                   Ref: Low Emitting Calculator             carpet-                  m/iaq/fl
                                   rug.org/drill_down_2.cfm?page=8&sub=17&requesttimeout=350         oorscor
                                        scscertified.com/iaq/floorscore 1.html                        e_1.ht
                                                                                                     http://w
                                                                                                         ml
                                                                                                     ww.gre
                                   All installed composite wood and agrifiber products have no
      Low-Emitting Materials                                                                         enseal.
                                   added urea-formaldehyde.
 7c    - Composite Wood &                                                                            org/res        1
                                   Ref: Low Emitting Calculator                                      ources/
         Agrifiber Products
                                   greenseal.org/resources/reports/CGR_particleboard.pdf             reports/
                                                                                                      http://w
                                   All installed insulation (excluding piping) contains no added     ww.chp
      Low-Emitting Materials       urea-formaldehyde.                                                s.net/m
 7d                                                                                                                 1
           - Insulation            Ref: Low Emitting Calculator                                       anual/l
                                   www.chps.net/manual/lem_table.htm                                 em_tab
                                                                                                      le.htm

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                                                                                                    Web                     Design Team                 AEGB                               Team
              Category                                  Requirements                                          Points                                              Strategies / Comments
                                                                                                    Link                   Yes   ?    No             √ 'd Final                           Member
           Basic Requirements
                                 1. No vinyl wall coverings or vapor barriers for surface
                                 treatments on interior of exterior wall (also include in tenant
 8        Moisture Prevention    agreements.) 2. Install building envelope drainage plane                        1
                                 systems, including flashing and overhang systems.
                                 3. Document building will be pressurized.

                                 1. Define appropriate background sound levels,
                                 reverberation decay times, speech intelligibility, & sound
                                 isolation. Identify spaces where impact noises are likely &
                                 address potential problems. 2. Mechanical & duct systems
                                 designed to meet guideline RC, NC or NCB of ASHRAE
                                 Applications Design Guidelines for HVAC Sound &
                                 Vibration Control Chpt. 3. Appropriate vibration isolation
 9         Acoustic Quality      for mounted equipment. 4. Select non-"tonal" equipment.                         1
                                  5. Specify surface finishes and/or masking systems to
                                 provide appropriate sound intelligibility & privacy. 6.
                                 Specify partitions, ceilings, floor/ceiling assemblies, building
                                 layouts, & vestibules to provide adequate sound isolation
                                 between spaces.
                                 7. Mitigate intermittent noise sources, e.g. footfall & loading
                                 dock noise. www.acoustics.com/
                                                                                                    http://www.acoustics.com/
                                 Entrances, operable windows, and fresh air intakes shall be
                                 located a minimum 30 feet away from designated smoking
                                 areas & air intakes shall meet the min. separation distance
                                 requirements of ASHRAE STD. 62.1-2004, Table 5-1.
          Outdoor Pollutant
 10                              Install signage designating smoking and no-smoking areas.                       1
              Sources
                                 Install entryway systems (grills, grates, mats) at least 6 feet
                                 long. Mitigate air borne contaminates from outdoor air
                                 pollutant sources.
                                 www.epa.gov/iaq/largebldgs/i-beam/text/                            http://www.epa.gov/iaq/largebldgs/i-beam/text/
                                 Implement SMACNA Guidelines for Occupied Buildings
                                 Under Construction, or similar plan. Plan should include
                                 key areas of IAQ protection: Scheduling, Source Control,
                                 HVAC Protection, Pathway Interruption and Housekeeping.
      Construction Indoor Air
 11                                                                                                              1
             Quality             Protect absorptive materials (stored on-site or installed)
                                 from moisture damage. For permanently installed air
                                 handlers used during construction, use MERV 8 (min.)
                                 filters in each return grill and replace all filters immediately
                                 prior to occupancy. www.smacna.org/bookstore/                      http://www.smacna.org/bookstore/

           Total Points - Indoor Environmental Quality                                                           14         0        0        0       0     0




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               Category                                  Requirements                                             Points                                                                               Strategies / Comments
                                                                                                      Link                    Yes   ?    No        √ 'd Final                                                                  Member
            Basic Requirements
             Materials and
              Resources
                                  Recycle or Salvage at least 75% by weight of construction
                                  demolition and land clearing debris.
              Additional
 1        Construction Waste                                                                                        1
             Management           Ref: Const. Waste Calculator
                                  austinenergy.com/Energy%20Efficiency/Programs/Green%20Buil
                                  ding/Sourcebook/constructionWasteManagement.htm            http://www.austinenergy.com/Energy%20Efficiency/Programs/Green%20Building/Sourcebook/constructionWasteManagement.htm

            Building Reuse -
                                  Incorporate at least 40% (surface area) of existing building
 2a          Envelope and                                                                                           1
                                  envelope and structure.      Ref: Bldg. Reuse Calculator
             Structure 40%

            Building Reuse -      Incorporate at least 80% (surface area) of existing building
 2aa         Envelope and         envelope and structure.                                                           1
             Structure 80%        Ref: Bldg. Reuse Calculator

          Building Reuse -
                                  Incorporate at least 50% (surface area) of interior non-
 2b    Interior Non-Structural                                                                                      1
                                  structural elements.     Ref: Bldg. Reuse Calculator
               Elements

                                  Use salvaged or refurbished materials for 5% ($ value) of
 3a Salvaged Materials 5%         project building materials.                                                       1
                                  Ref: Bldg. Materials Calculator        ubma.org/
                                                                                                      http://ubma.org/

                                  Use salvaged or refurbished materials for 10% ($ value) of
          Salvaged Materials
 3b                               project building materials.                                                       1
                 10%
                                  Ref: Bldg. Materials Calculator        re-store.com/
                                                                                                      http://www.re-store.com/
                                  Use Recycle Content materials for 10% ($ value) of project
                                  building materials.
 4a Recycled Content 10%          Recycled Content = 100% post-consumer + 50% pre-                                  1
                                  consumer
                                  Ref: Bldg. Materials Calculator        epa.gov/cpg/                 http://www.epa.gov/cpg/
                                   20% ($ value) of project building materials have Recycled
 4b Recycled Content 20%          Content. Ref: Bldg. Materials Calculator
                                                                                                                    1
                                  www.cleantexas.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=public.resources_texa
                                  srecycle                                                      http://www.cleantexas.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=public.resources_texasrecycle
                                  Building materials and products extracted or manufactured
                                  regionally within Texas for at least: 30% ($ value) of project
            Texas Sourced         building materials.
 5a                                                                                                                 1
             Materials 30%        Ref: Bldg. Materials Calculator
                                  cleantexas.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=public.resources_texasrecy
                                  cle                                                            http://www.cleantexas.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=public.resources_texasrecycle
                                   50% ($ value) of project building materials meet
            Texas Sourced         requirements above. Ref: Bldg. Materials Calculator
 5b                                                                                                                 1
             Materials 50%        austinenergy.com/Energy%20Efficiency/Programs/Green%20Buil
                                  ding/Sourcebook/materials.htm                                       http://www.austinenergy.com/Energy%20Efficiency/Programs/Green%20Building/Sourcebook/materials.htm

                                  Use Certified Wood (FSC) for at least 50% ($ value) of              www.ce
 6           Certified Wood       project wood-based materials. Ref: Certified Wood                   rtifiedw      1
                                                                                                      oodsea
                                  Calculator      certifiedwoodsearch.org
                                                                                                      rch.org
                                  Meet standards for GS-11 for all paints, primers, and anti-         www.
                                  corrosive coatings and SCAQMD Rule 1113 for all other               green
                                  coatings and SCAQMD 1168 for all adhesives and                      seal.o
           Low VOC Paints,                                                                            http://w
 7        Coatings, Adhesives,    sealants applied on-site to building exterior.                      ww.aq         1
                Sealants          Ref: Low Emitting Calculator                                        md.gov
                                  greenseal.org/certification/standards/paints_and_coatings.pdf       /rules/r
                                                                                                      http://
                                  aqmd.gov/rules/reg/reg11/r1113.pdf
                                                                                                      www.
                                  aqmd.gov/rules/reg/reg11/r1168.pdf
                                                                                                      aqmd
            Total Points - Materials & Resources                                                                    12           0    0     0       0        0




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               Category                               Requirements                                   Points                                                                 Strategies / Comments
                                                                                             Link                Yes   ?    No       √ 'd Final                                                               Member
           Basic Requirements
             Education
                                  Provide at least 2 services to include: comprehensive
 1        Educational Outreach    signage, case study, and/or outreach program (ex. guided             1
                                  tours).

           Total Points - Education                                                                    1          0      0     0      0      0

              Innovation
 1                                                                                                     1

 2                                                                                                     1

 3                                                                                                     1

 4                                                                                                     1

 5                                                                                                     1

           Total Points - Innovation                                                                   5          0      0     0      0      0

           Total Points - Voluntary Measures                                                          77          0      0     0      0      0    BASIC REQUIREMENTS NOT ACHIEVED.

      Point Requirements for Star Ratings                                                                                                         Design Team goal is 0 points equating to a 1 Star Rating.

                                                                                                                                                                                     1
                                                                                             Basic Requirements
                                                                                             30-36 points
                                                                                             37-43 points
                                                                                             44-58 points
                                                                                             59 or more points




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                                                        AUSTIN ENERGY GREEN BUILDING
                                                        COMMERCIAL
                                                        PROJECT:

     Point Requirements for Star Ratings                                                Star Rating                                0
                                                                                                   Sub-Totals: Basic Reqs      Not Achieved
                        Basic Requirements
                        30-36 points                                                                           Team                0
                        37-43 points                                                                           Site                0
                        44-58 points                                                                           Energy              0
                        59 or more points                                                                      Water               0
                                                                                                               IEQ                 0
                                                                                                               Materials           0
                                                                                                               Education           0
                                                                                                               Innovation          0
                                                                                                               Total Points:       0


     Project Information Summary                                                        Project Team Summary

     Physical Address:                                                                  AEGB Representatives:



     Primary Use of Building(s):
     Mandatory Austin Energy Green Building Rating:

              :
                                                                                        Building Owner/Developer:
     Austin Energy Green Building Star Rating Goal:                                          (000) 000-0000
     LEED Certification Goal:

                                                                                        Architect:
      :                                                                                     (000) 000-0000


     Description:
                                                                                        Mechanical Engineer:
                                                                                           (000) 000-0000


     Type of Construction:
                                                                                        Structural Engineer:
     # of Floors:                                                                           (000) 000-0000
     Sq. Ft. (gross):

     Sq. Ft. (net):
                                                                                        Electrical Engineer:
                                                                                             (000) 000-0000
     Construction Scheduled Start:

     Construction Scheduled Finish:
                                                                                        General Contractor:
                                                                                            (000) 000-0000
     Demand and Energy Savings (calculated):

      kW for a % demand reduction
                                                                                        Commissioning Authority:
      kWH/year for a % annual electric savings                                             (000) 000-0000
      CCF/year for a % annual natural gas savings

     0,000 x 10^6 Btu/year for a % total annual energy savings
                                                                                        Professional Title:
                                                                                            (000) 000-0000
     Water and Wastewater Savings (calculated):

     Building Water 0,000 Gallons or 0% reduction over Baseline
                                                                                        Professional Title:
     Irrigation Water 0,000 Gallons in July or 0% reduction over Baseline                   (000) 000-0000

     Construction Waste Management: tons or 0% diverted from landfill
                                                                                        Professional Title:
                                                                                            (000) 000-0000




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      Instructions
      1. Use the "Worksheet" to indicate the green building measures implemented.
      2. An X will be automatically marked in the green boxes below when the corresponding measure on the Worksheet is implemented.
     The Rating Report documents the green building measures implemented and assigns a Star Rating.
     It is directly linked to the Worksheet and Calculators.



     Basic Requirements
     A building must fulfill all 8 items on this page to qualify for a Rating.
     An X in the green box indicates implementation of the measure.

                    0   1. Building Systems Commissioning
                        A commissioning agent with documented commissioning experience on at least two other building projects, will
                        verify and ensure that mechanical and electrical systems are installed, and calibrated to operate according to the
                        design intent and the owner's operational needs. The following commissioning activities will be completed:

                                  Develop owner project requirements (OPR) and basis of design (BOD) documentation.
                                  Include commissioning requirements in the construction documents.
                                  Develop and utilize a commissioning plan.
                                  Verify installation, functional performance, training, and documentation.
                                  Complete a commissioning report.
                    0   2. Storm Water Run-off & Water Quality Control - Reduce impact of stormwater run-off on environment.
                        Meet current city drainage and water quality standards and ordinances for the project site watershed.
                    0   3. Roofing to Reduce Heat Island - Reduce heat island effects to minimize the impact on microclimate and human wildlife habitat.
                             Meet current City of Austin Energy Code roofing requirements with vegetated or reflective roofs.
                    0   4. Building Energy Use Efficiency - Reduce consumption and demand to lessen impact on the utility infrastructure and environment.
                        Exceed current City of Austin Energy Code building envelope and interior lighting requirements by 15% each or exceed current code
                        building by 15% using the ASHRAE/IESNA 90.1-2004 Appendix G Building Performance Rating Method.
                    0   5. Building Water Use Reduction - Reduce consumption to lessen impact on water and electric utilities and environment.
                        Reduce planned indoor potable water consumption below the baseline (ANSI/ASME Standard and City Ordinance) by 10%.
                    0   6. Low VOC Interior Paints and Coatings - Reduce amount of toxic pollutants released into the environment.
                        All paints, primers, and anti-corrosive coatings applied on-site to the building interior must not exceed the VOC
                        limit of Green Seal Standard GS-11; all coatings applied on-site to the building interior must not exceed the current
                        VOC limit of South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) Rule 1113.

                    0   7. Storage and Collection of Recyclables - Reduce landfill waste generation. Save energy and resources through recycling.
                        Provide an easily accessible area, that serves the entire facility, dedicated to the separation, collection, and
                        storage of materials for recycling including, at a minimum, the top two (4 for multi-family > 100 units) identified
                        recyclable waste stream items. Building loading dock or pick-up location must be sized appropriately to handle
                        the recycling material volumes generated by the building occupants.

                    0   8. Construction Waste Management - Reduce landfill waste generation. Save energy and resources through recycling.
                        Recycle and/or salvage at least 50% (by weight) non-hazardous construction and demolition waste excluding
                        excavated soil and stone.


                             BASIC REQUIREMENTS NOT ACHIEVED.




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     Voluntary Measures
     T E A M: Integrating the Design Team, Setting and Achieving Sustainability Goals
     1 pt.        0     1. Integrated Project Design Team and Sustainable Goals - Best approach to achieving a sustainable building.
                             Choose design team professionals and consultants early in design phase who are experienced in sustainable design.
                             Establish and document sustainability goals.

                             Throughout the Programming, Schematic Design, DD & CD, and Construction phases, hold sustainability meetings with entire
                             project team to restate project goals and design intent, track the progress toward meeting the project's goals and obtaining a Green
                             Building Program Star Rating.
                             Specifications clearly explain the sustainability goals of the project.

                             Incorporate the green elements of the project and proposed certification into the pre-construction meeting with all subcontractors
                             who will be affected by them, include, at a minimum, project goals and design intent.
              0       Total Team Points

     S I T E: Sustainability through Site Selection
                        1. Site Selection - Avoid development of environmentally sensitive sites and reduce the environmental impact from the location of the
                        building structures on the site.
     2 pts.       0          a. Environmental Sensitivity
                             Project site is not located in the Drinking Water Protected Zone. Also, project site is not a greenfield.
     4 pts.       0          b. Desired Development Area
                             Project site is located within the Urban Watershed Desired Development Zone.
     1 pt.        0     2. Diverse, Walkable Communities
                             Building(s) connects with neighboring properties with pedestrian and/or bicycle only paths (shading is preferred) that are separate
                             from vehicular traffic. Project includes or is located within 1/2 mile walking distance of residences and at least 10 Basic Services
                             which are accessible via a safe route explicitly intended for use by the pedestrian that does not require crossing a road more than 5
                             lanes wide or 35 miles per hour.
     1 pt.        0     3. Brownfield Redevelopment - Rehabilitate sites where development is complicated by environmental contamination.
                             Project demonstrates effective remediation of site contamination using established technologies that have minimal disruption on the
                             site's natural features above and below ground.
     1 pt.        0     4. Site Characteristics Study - Reduce the impact of the structures to the environment and optimize building placement on a site.
                             Evaluate and document the site's environmental characteristics. Document existing water elements, soil conditions, ecosystems and
                             natural habitats, trees and other vegetation, and seasonal wind and daylight availability; and map all potential hazards including
                             traffic and pollution sources. Create plan to maintain or restore existing site features. Site building to minimize impact and to utilize
                             natural characteristics.
                        5. Transportation Alternatives - Reduce pollution and development impact from automobile use.
     1 pt.        0          a. Public Transportation
                             Building is located within 1/4 mile of at least 2 Capital Metro bus stops or within 1/2 mile of a rail stop (or future rail stop with
                             proposed completion within 5 years).
     1 pt.        0          b. Bicycle Use
                             Incorporate bicycle securing areas and shower / changing facilities that accommodate 10% or more of the building occupants.
                             Provide one bicycle parking space for each rider and one shower for every 8 riders and temporary use lockers. Provide safe bicycle
                             routing on property.
     1 pt.        0          c. Parking Capacity
                             Parking does not exceed minimum local zoning requirements and provides preferred parking for carpools for at least 5% of building
                             occupants.
                        6. Site Development - Limit site disturbance or restore damaged open areas to provide habitat and promote biodiversity.
     1 pt.        0          a. Protect or Restore Open Areas
                             On greenfield sites plan to limit disturbance to 40 ft beyond the building perimeter; 10 ft beyond walkways, patios, and surface
                             parking; 15 ft beyond roadways and utility trenches; and 25 ft beyond any pervious areas that require additional staging. On
                             previously developed sites, at least 50% of the post-development open area (site minus building footprint) is vegetated using
                             native/adapted plants. Vegetated roof areas may be included in the open area calculations, if the plants meet the definition of
                             native/adapted.
     1 pt.        0          b. Maximize Vegetated Open Area
                             Provide vegetated open area using native/adapted plants equal to 20% of the project site area. Vegetated roof areas may be
                             included in the vegetated open area calculations, if the plants meet the definition of native/adapted.




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     S I T E_Cont'd: Sustainability through Site Selection
                             7. Additional Heat Island Reduction - Reduce heat island effects to minimize the formation of ground-level ozone or smog.
     1 pt.             0          a. Site
                                  50% of site hardscape any combination of: planted or vegetative open-grid pavement system, paving materials with SRI 29
                                  minimum, or vegetative shading planted over at least 30% of the non-roof impervious surfaces within 5 years.
                       OR         A minimum of 50% of the parking spaces located underground or in structured parking with a top deck surface SRI 29 minimum.
     1 pt.             0          b. Roofing
                                  Any combination of vegetated and high albedo Roof with a solar reflectance ≥ 75% or SRI ≥ 85 for Roofs < 2:12 pitch and solar
                                  reflectance ≥ 45% or SRI ≥ 35 for Roofs ≥ 2:12 pitch.
     1 pt.             0     8. Light Pollution Reduction - Minimize light trespass from the building and site, improve night sky access and reduce development
                             impact on nocturnal environments.
                                  Exterior lighting meets COA Code-Chpt.25-2, E, Art. 2.5; IESNA RP-33 Light Trespass; and Illuminance levels at specific facilities
                                  including parking lots, entry areas near buildings, fueling stations, and sales lots.
     1 pt.             0
                             9. Integrated Pest Management - Preserve the site's ecological integrity, enhance biological diversity, and protect wildlife by employing
                             least toxic grounds management practices while supporting building performance and integration into surrounding landscapes.

                                 Implement an Integrated Pest Management Plan and practices.
     1 pt.             0     10. Outdoor Environmental Quality - Outdoor Spaces - Provide outdoor places on site to enable building occupants and visitors to
                             connect to and enjoy the natural environment.
                                 Shaded seating for 10% or more of the building's occupants.
                   0       Total Site Points

     E N E R G Y: Save Energy, Use Clean Energy
     12 pts.           0     1. Additional Energy Use Efficiency - Reduce environmental impacts associated with excessive energy use.
                             Energy model using ASHRAE 90.1-2004 Appendix G Performance Rating Method shows building performs:
                                  at least 17.5% better than City of Austin Energy Code. 17.5% = 1 pt, 20% = 2 pts, 22.5% = 3 pts, 25% = 4 pts, 27.5% = 5 pts,
                                  30% = 6 pts, 32.5% = 7 pts, 35% = 8 pts, 37.5% = 9 pts, 40% = 10 pts, 42.5% = 11 pts, 45% = 12 pts.
     1 pt.             0     2. Green Energy - Support growth of renewable power generation. Reduce environmental impacts of electricity use.
                                  GreenChoice® commercial agreement. If GreenChoice® is unavailable, 2-year contract for Texas or Green-e certified National
                                  RECs for 100% of building's annual electricity use.
     2 pts.            0     3. Renewables - Support distributed power generation through renewable energy. Install on-site renewable energy system for:
               1 pt.              2% of energy needs.
               1 pt.              5% of energy needs.
     1 pt.             0     4. Additional Commissioning - Ensure building and systems performance.
                                  In addition to BR 1. Building Systems Commissioning pre-requisite the following must be completed:
                                  Commissioning agent shall at a minimum conduct design document review prior to 50% CD's.
                                  Demonstrate that all building systems operate according to Owner Project Requirements narrative.
                                  Demonstrate building structure and envelope perform according to OPR narrative.
                                  Provide seasonal re-commissioning through warranty period.
                                  Complete a commissioning report.
     1 pt.             0     5. District Cooling - Utilize district cooling plant to reduce power utility load and environmental impacts.
                                  Tie into an Austin Energy district cooling loop.
                   0       Total Energy Points

     W A T E R: Better Water Quality, Water Conservation, Rainwater Catchment
     3 pts.            0     1. Irrigation Water Reduction - Reducing the use of potable water for landscape irrigation purposes reduces the load on municipal water
                             systems, saving water and energy.
                             Irrigation potable water consumption is reduced by at least:
               1 pt.               50%
               1 pt.               75%
               1 pt.               100%
     4 pts.            0     2. Indoor Potable Water Use Reduction - Reduce load on municipal water systems saving water and energy.
                             Indoor potable water use is reduced by at least:
               1 pt.               15%
               1 pt.               20%
               1 pt.               25%
               1 pt.               30%
                             3. Stormwater Management - Limit the disruption of natural water flows by reducing stormwater runoff, increasing on-site infiltration and
                             eliminating contaminants.
     1 pt.             0           Rate and Quantity
                                   Manage by infiltration 25% of the water quality volume (WQV), as defined by the calculation in the City of Austin Environmental
                                   Criteria Manual, for sites ≥ 50% existing impervious cover (IC) or 50% of the WQV for sites < 50% existing IC.

                   0       Total Water Points




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     Indoor Environmental Quality: Better Indoor Environmental Quality, Humidity Control, Comfort
     1 pt.        0     1. Indoor Air Quality Monitoring - Maintain adequate volume of fresh air for health and productivity of occupants.
                             Install permanent carbon dioxide monitoring system that provides feedback in a usable form to make adjustments to ventilation
                             system. Commission all systems to the preferred set point parameters and optimal performance for all operating conditions.
     1 pt.        0     2. Indoor Chemical & Pollutant Sources - Minimize contamination of indoor pollutants for the health and performance of occupants.
                             For areas of identified point source pollution, including copy rooms and print shops, copy machines, laboratories, and janitorial
                             chemical storage rooms:
                             Provide ventilation directly to the outside of the building.
                             Construct a structural deck-to-deck partition (or hard lid enclosure) between these areas and occupied spaces.
                             Operate at negative pressure relative to surrounding areas under all operating conditions by testing.
     1 pt.        0     3. Daylighting
                             Provide adequate daylighting which minimize glare and integrate daylighting systems, electric lighting systems, and controls to
                             optimize daylighting strategies and minimize energy consumption and heat generation.
     1 pt.        0     4. Views to the Outside
                             Glazing systems and interior partitions allow for a minimum of 75% of regularly occupied spaces a view of vision glazing (between 2'-
                             6" and 7'-6" from finished floor height) and a view of the outdoors.
     1 pt.        0     5. Thermal Comfort
                             Install mechanical systems (thermal, ventilation, and dehumidification) and controls to provide thermal comfort for all operating
                             conditions according to ASHRAE 55-2004.
     1 pt.        0     6. Individual Controllability
                             Install and commission systems for individual occupant controllability for visual and thermal comfort for 75% of the occupants.
                        7. Low-Emitting Materials - To reduce the quantity of indoor air contaminants that are odorous or potentially irritating to installer and
                        occupant health and comfort.
     1 pt.        0          a. Sealants & Adhesives
                             All sealants and adhesives applied on-site to building interior meet South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) Rule
                             1168.
     1 pt.        0          b. Flooring Systems

                              All installed carpets meet Carpet & Rug Institute's (CRI) Green Label Plus minimum standard; all carpet pads meet CRI Green Label
                              minimum standard. All resilient flooring products, including linoleum, laminate, and rubber are FloorScore certified. All engineered
                              wood and laminate flooring contain no added urea-formaldehyde. All flooring systems meet SCAQMD Rule 1113 and 1168.
     1 pt.        0         c. Composite Wood & Agrifiber Products
                            All installed composite wood and agrifiber products contain no added urea-formaldehyde.
     1 pt.        0         d. Insulation
                            All installed insulation (excluding piping) contains no added urea-formaldehyde.
     1 pt.        0     8. Moisture Prevention - Maintain building integrity and durability and a healthly environment for occupants.
                            No vinyl wallcoverings or other vapor barrier may be installed as the finish material on the interior of any exterior wall. Include in
                            tenant agreements.
                            Ensure proper installation of building envelope drainage plane systems, including flashing and overhang systems.
                            Ensure building will be pressurized.
     1 pt.        0     9. Acoustic Quality - Prevent noise infiltration for the comfort and productivity of the occupants.
                            Define appropriate background sound levels, reverberation decay times, speech intelligibility, and sound isolation for the building
                            use. Identify spaces where impact noises are likely and address the potential problem.
                            Mechanical and duct systems designed to meet guideline RC,NC or NCB provided by current copy of ASHRAE Applications Design
                            Guidelines for HVAC Sound and Vibration Control Chapter.
                            Provide appropriate vibration isolation for mounted equipment.
                            Select equipment that could not be characterized as "tonal".
                            Specify surface finishes and/or masking systems to provide appropriate sound intelligibility and privacy.
                            Specify partitions, ceilings, floor/ceiling assemblies, building layouts, and vestibules to provide adequate sound isolation between
                            spaces.
                            Mitigate intermittent noise sources such as footfall and loading dock noise.
     1 pt.        0     10. Outdoor Pollutant Sources - Prevent infiltration of outdoor pollutants for the health of occupants.
                            Entrances, operable windows and fresh air intakes shall be located a minimum 30 feet away from designated smoking areas and air
                            intakes shall meet the minimum separation distance requirements of ASHRAE STD. 62.1-2004, Table 5-1. Install appropriate
                            signage to clearly designate where smoking is permitted and not permitted.
                            Install permanent entryway systems at least 6 feet long (10 feet recommended).
                            Mitigate air borne contaminates from outdoor air pollutant sources.
     1 pt.        0     11. Construction Indoor Air Quality - Prevent indoor air quality problems that result from the construction process.
                            Implement a Construction Indoor Air Quality Management Plan that meets or exceeds the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning National
                            Contractor's Association (SMACNA) Guidelines for Occupied Buildings Under Construction. The plan should include each of these
                            key areas of IAQ protection: Scheduling, Source Control, HVAC Protection, Pathway Interruption, and Housekeeping. Protect stored
                            on-site or installed absorptive materials from moisture damage. If permanently installed air handlers are used during construction,
                            filtration media with a minimum MERV of 8 shall be used at each return grille. Replace all media filters immmediately prior to
                            occupancy.
              0       Total Indoor Environmental Quality Points




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     M A T E R I A L S & R E S O U R C E S: Sustainable Material Choices, Use and Disposal
     1 pt.            0     1. Additional Construction Waste Management - Recycle and/or salvage at least 75% by weight of construction and demolition waste
                            excluding excavated soil and stone.
                                75% (by weight) diverted from landfill.
                            2. Building Reuse - Extend the life cycle of existing building stock, conserve resources, retain cultural resources, reduce waste, and
                            reduce environmental impacts of new buildings as they relate to materials manufacturing and transport.
     2 pts.           0           a. Building Envelope and Structure
              1 pt.               Incorporate at least 40% (surface area) of existing building envelope and structure in the new building.
              1 pt.               Incorporate at least 80% (surface area) of existing building envelope and structure in the new building.
     1 pt.            0           b. Interior Non-structural Elements
                                  Incorporate at least 50% (surface area) of existing interior non-structural elements in the new building.

     2 pts.           0     3. Salvaged Materials - Extend the life cycle of targeted building materials by reducing environmental impacts related to materials
                            manufacturing and transport. Salvaged or refurbished materials account for:
              1 pt.              5% (dollar value) of project building materials.
              1 pt.              10% (dollar value) of project building materials.
     2 pts.           0     4. Recycled Content - Increase demand for building products that have incorporated recycled content materials, therefore reducing the
                            impacts resulting from the extraction of new materials.
                                 Building materials contain recycled content (the sum of post-consumer recycled content plus one-half of the pre-consumer content)
                                 of at least:
              1 pt.              10% (dollar value) of the materials in the project.
              1 pt.              20% (dollar value) of the materials in the project.
     2 pts.           0     5. Texas Sourced Material - Increase demand for materials that are manufactured locally, thereby reducing the environmental impacts
                            resulting from their transportation and supporting the local economy.
                                  Building materials and products are extracted and/or manufactured (final assembly) regionally within Texas for at least:
              1 pt.               30% (dollar value) of the project building materials.
              1 pt.               50% (dollar value) of the project building materials.
     1 pt.            0     6. Certified Wood - Encourage environmentally responsible forest management.
                                  At least 50% (dollar value) of wood-based materials are certified in accordance with the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)
                                  guidelines for wood building components.
     1 pt.            0     7. Low VOC Paints, Coatings, Adhesives, and Sealants - To reduce the quantity of air contaminants that are odorous or potentially
                            irritating to installer health and comfort.
                                  All paints, primers, and anti-corrosive coatings applied on-site to the building exterior must not exceed Green Seal standard GS-
                                  11and all exterior coatings, adhesives, and sealants applied on-site must not exceed the current VOC limits of South Coast Air
                                  Quality Management District (SCAQMD) Rule 1113 and Rule 1168.
                  0       Total Materials & Resources Points

     E D U C A T I O N: Environmental Awareness and Contribution
     1 pt.            0     1. Educational Outreach
                                Provide at least 2 educational services to include comprehensive signage, case study, and/or educational outreach (ex. guided
                                tours).
                  0       Total Education Points

     I N N O V A T I O N: Creative, New Sustainable Solutions
     1 pt.            0     1

     1 pt.            0     2

     1 pt.            0     3

     1 pt.            0     4

     1 pt.            0     5

                  0       Total Innovation Points




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Project Schedule                                                Scheduled Start    Actual Start  Scheduled Finish    Actual Finish
Programming
Schematic Design
Design Development
Site Permit
Construction Documents
Building Permit
Bidding/ Contract Negotiations
Construction
Project CloseOut
Phase                                                           Date Requested    Date Received Action Items                         Brief Important Notes
       Goal Setting Meeting
  Sch Design Programming




       Rating Tool
       Project Schedule
       LOI
       Database Updated
                           Design Intent
                           Rating Tool
                           Review
                           Database Updated
                           1/2 Size Documents
  50% DD




                           Specifications, if available
                           Rating Tool
                           Database Updated
                           1/2 Size Documents
  100% DD




                           Specifications, if available
                           Rating Tool
                           Database Updated
                           1/2 Size Documents
  50% CD




                           Specs
                           Rating Tool w/ Water Calc 1st pass
                           ComChecks or Energy Model 1st pass
                           Database Updated
                           1/2 Size Documents
  Building Permit Set




                           Specs
                           Rating Tool w/ Water Calc Final
                           ComChecks or Energy Model Final
                           Cx Plan Draft
                           Conditional Approval
                           Database Updated
  Pre-Constr.




                           Construction Waste Mgmt Plan
                           Cx Plan
                           Rating Tool
                           Database Updated
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Phase                                                         Date Requested    Date Received Action Items                              Brief Important Notes                            7/18/2011
                          Rating Tool
                          Const. Waste Mgmt Calcs 1/ month
                          Bldg Materials Info 1/ month
      Construction


                          Site Visit 1
                          Site Visit 2
                          Site Visit 3
                          Site Visit 4
                          Site Visit 5
                          Database Updated
                          Rating Tool
            Completion
            Substantial




                          Cx Report Draft
                          Final Approval
Post-Construction




                          Database Updated
                          Rating Tool Final Update
                          Cx Report
                          Case Study Team Meeting
                          Database Updated
        Final Inspection
        Final Rating
        CO (Certificate of Occupancy)
        Case Study (written, web posted)
      Project CloseOut




        Rating Certificate (generated, delivered)
        Letters of Accomodation
        Project Report to GBP Mgr.
        Approve Members for Directory
        Ads for Building
        Photographs of Building
        Articles about Building
        Archive Electronic Files
        Archive Hard Copy Files
Rebates                                                             $               KW                         Water and Solid Waste Savings                    Demand and Energy Savings
DX AC                                                                                         Building Water                          Gallons (annually)                    kW
Chiller                                                                                                                               %                                     %
VFDs                                                                                          Irrigation Water                        Gallons (July)                        kWH/year
Premium Eff. Motors                                                                           Construction                            %                                     %
Lighting                                                                                      Waste                                   Tons                                  CCF/year
Solar                                                                                         Management                              %                                     %
                                                                                                                   Building Materials                                       Btu x 106/yr Total
                                                                                              Salvaged Materials                                                              % Total
                                                                                              Recycled Content                                                           -    Lbs. CO2
                                                                                              Texas Sourced                                                              -    Lbs. SO2
                                               REBATE TOTAL             $0.00         0       Certified Wood                                                             -    Lbs. NOx



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                                 AUSTIN ENERGY GREEN BUILDING
                                  BUILDING REUSE CALCULATOR

          Materials and Resources
          2. Building Reuse

          2a. Envelope and Structure: Incorporate at least 40% (surface area) of existing building envelope
          (including exterior skin and framing, excluding window assemblies and non-structural roofing
          material) and structure (including framing, structural floor and roof decking) in the new building.
          (40% 1 point, 80% 2 points)
          2b. Interior Non-Structural Elements: Incorporate at least 50% (surface area) of interior non-
          structural elements (walls, doors, floor coverings and ceiling surfaces) in the new building.
          (1 point)

          Instructions

          1. Complete the Structure Table by identifying all structural elements in the project and estimate
          the square footage of existing structural elements and reused structural elements. The Table
          automatically calculates the percentage of each structural element reused and the overall structural
          reuse percentage.


          2. Complete the Envelope Table by identifying all envelope elements in the project and estimate
          the square footage of existing envelope elements and reused envelope elements. The Table
          automatically calculates the percentage of each envelope element reused and the overall envelope
          reuse percentage.

          3. Compare this percentage of building envelope and structure reuse to the requirement of 40%.

          4. Complete the Interior Table by identifying all interior elements in the project and estimate the
          square footage of existing interiors elements and reused interior elements. The table automatically
          calculates the percentage of each interior element reused and the overall interior element reuse
          percentage.

          5. Compare the percentage of building interior reuse to the requirement of 50%.




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          Structure Table
                                                                      Percentage
          Structural Element           Existing        Reused
                                                                        Reused
                                          [SF]            [SF]            [%]




                            TOTALS                0               0             0.0%

          Envelope Table
                                                                      Percentage
          Envelope Element             Existing        Reused
                                                                        Reused
                                          [SF]            [SF]            [%]




                            TOTAL                 0               0             0.0%

          Percentage of Envelope and Structure Reuse



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          Interior / Non-Structural Table
                                                                      Percentage
          Interior Element             Existing        Reused
                                                                        Reused
                                          [SF]            [SF]            [%]




                             TOTAL                0               0             0.0%


          Percentage of Interior Elements Reuse                                        0.0%




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                                             AUSTIN ENERGY GREEN BUILDING
                                            CONSTRUCTION WASTE CALCULATOR

          Construction Waste Management
          Basic Requirements
          8. Construction Waste Plan: Recycle and/or salvage at least 50% (by weight) of non-hazardous construction and
          demolition waste excluding excavated soil and stone.

          Materials and Resources
          1. Additional Construction Waste Management: Recycle and/or salvage at least 75% (by weight) of construction,
          demolition, and land clearing waste excluding soil and stone. (1 point)

          Instructions
          1. Record in the Landfill Table from the weight tickets the description of the construction waste material sent to the landfill,
          haul date, name of hauler, destination, and the weight of construction waste materials sent to the landfill.
          2. Record in the Recycle/Salvage Table from the weight tickets the description of the construction waste material sent to the
          recycler/salvager, haul date, name of hauler, destination, and the weight of construction waste materials recycled and/or
          salvaged.
          3. If exact material weights are not available, the Volume to Weight Conversion Calculator below may be used to estimate
          the weight.
          4. Compare the percentage of recycle / salvage construction waste calculated to the requirements listed above.
          Landfill Table
                                                                                                           Destination             Weight
          Construction Waste Description             Receipt Date        Sub-contractor Hauler
                                                                                                          (Recycler or Landfill)      [tons]




          * may insert additonal rows                                              Construction Waste to Landfill Subtotal                   0.0


          Recycle / Salvage Table
                                                                                                           Destination             Weight
          Construction Waste Description             Receipt Date        Sub-contractor Hauler
                                                                                                          (Recycler or Landfill)      [tons]




          * may insert additonal rows                                    Construction Waste Recycled / Salvage Subtotal                      0.0


          Landfill Subtotal                                                                                                                  0.0
          Recycle / Salvage Subtotal                                                                                                         0.0
          Total of All Construction Waste                                                                                                    0.0


          Percentage of Recycle / Salvage


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          Solid Waste Conversion Calculator - Volume to Weight

          Materials                            Volume [cy]           Density [lbs/cy]              Weight [tons]
          Land clearing vegetation - mulched                                     527
          Asphalt                                                              1,380
          Wood Pallettes                                                         300
          Concrete                                                             1,400
          Concrete Washout                                                     1,400
          Clean Wood                                                             300
          Misc. Wood Scraps                                                      300
          Wood Chips                                                             500
          Steel                                                                1,000
          Misc. Metals                                                           100
          Gypsum Wallboard / Sheetrock                                           500
          Plastics / Plastic Bottles                                              76
          Cardboard                                                              100
          Glass Bottles                                                          600
          Aluminum Cans                                                          175
          Misc. Waste                                                            350
          Job Trailer Paper                                                      150




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                                                          AUSTIN ENERGY GREEN BUILDING
                                                    BUILDING WATER USE REDUCTION CALCULATOR

    Basic Requirements

     5. Building Water Use Reduction: Reduce planned indoor potable water consumption below the baseline (ANSI/ASME and City Ordinance) by a minimum of 10%.

    Water
    2. Indoor Potable Water Use Reduction: Reduce planned indoor potable water use below the baseline (ANSI/ASME and City Ordinance) by a minimum of
    15% (1 point) , 20% (2 points) , 25% (3 points) or 30% (4 points) .


    Instructions
    The calculator compares the estimated indoor potable water use of the proposed Design to the Baseline and calculates the percent savings of the Design Case over the
    Baseline Case. The calculator is divided into three sections for Flush Fixtures, Flow Fixtures, and Residential Appliances. In each section, select from the pull-down
    menus the type of fixture for the Design and the corresponding Baseline. The charts for the pull-down menus are located below the calculator. Users may customize the
    charts with project specific data in the green cells. Flow fixtures reference ANSI/ASME Standard A112.18.1 and flush fixtures reference ANSI/ASME Standard A112.19.6 or
    A112.19.2 (exception code urinal flush rate set by Ordinance No. 20071018-086 Section 411.3.1) determine the Baseline.

    Annual Work Days - Number of days per year the facility is open for business and fully staffed.

    Flush Fixture - Select using the pulldown menu. When a fixture is chosen from the menu, the corresponding gallons per flush (GPF) are automatically entered in the
    Flowrate column. The Flush Fixture Chart (below the calculator) may be customized by the user with the project specific fixtures and flowrates in the green highlighted cells.
    Use the Standard Toilet and Code Urinal for the baseline.
    Flow Fixture - Select using the pulldown menu. When a fixture is chosen from the menu, the corresponding gallons per minute (GPM) at flowing water pressure of 60 psi for
    lavoratory fixtures and 80 psi for showerheads are automatically entered in the Flowrate column. Use the Standard fixtures for the baseline.
    Fixtures whose flow rates are regulated by health codes may be excluded. For example, fixtures used for filling sinks used for dishwashing in which a certain temperature
    water must be maintained.
    ID - Identifier for the fixture / appliance type for the purpose of organizing or categorizing project data. Select using the pulldown menu. The ID Chart may be customized by
    the user to reflect fixture / appliance location or user or anything else that may aid in organizing the data.

    Daily Uses - Daily Use is the number of times an occupant typically uses a fixture in one business day. Suggested daily uses are per the Daily Use Chart below.

    Duration - Duration is the length of time a fixture is used by an occupant during one Daily Use. Durations are per the Flow Fixture Chart below.

    Occupants - Occupants refer to the number of people that will use a fixture in a typical business day. The total number of occupants are usually assumed to be
    half male and half female except for specialty businesses.

    Residential Appliance - Select using the pulldown menu. When an appliance is chosen from the menu, the corresponding gallons per load or gallons per cycle are
    automatically entered in the Water Use column. The Residential Appliance Chart (below the calculator) may be customized by the user with the project specific appliances
    and water use rates. Use the Regular Dishwasher and Clothes Washer for the baseline. Commercial use of residential appliances is applicable in this calculator.

    Clothes - Washer use in loads per week. The Clothes Washer Usage Chart lists recommended useage rates based on the number on occupants in the living unit.

    Annual Water Collected - Annual gallons of condensate, rainwater, or other substituted potable water for indoor building use, such as toilet flushing. See
    Rainwater and Condensate calculator.




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                                                 BUILDING WATER USE REDUCTION CALCULATOR

                                                                               Annual Work Days
     DESIGN                                   BASELINE                                                                                             DESIGN       BASELINE

     Flush Fixture             Flowrate                                     Flowrate                                      Duration                 Annual Water Use [gal]
                                                                                                     ID    Daily Uses                  Occupants
                                 [GPF]                                         [GPF]                                         [flush]
 1                                  0         Standard Toilet                    1.6                                              1                         0               0
 2                                  0                                             0                                               1                         0               0
 3                                  0                                             0                                               1                         0               0
 4                                  0                                             0                                               1                         0               0
 5                                  0                                             0                                               1                         0               0
 6                                  0                                             0                                               1                         0               0
 7                                  0                                             0                                               1                         0               0
 8                                  0                                             0                                               1                         0               0
 9                                  0                                             0                                               1                         0               0
10                                  0                                             0                                               1                         0               0
                               Flowrate                                     Flowrate                        Daily      Design Baseline
     Flow Fixture                                                                                    ID
                                 [GPM]                                         [GPM]                        Uses       Duration [sec] Occupants
 1                                 0.0        Standard Public Lavatory           0.5                                                                        0               0
 2                                 0.0                                           0.0                                                                        0               0
 3                                 0.0                                           0.0                                                                        0               0
 4                                 0.0                                           0.0                                                                        0               0
 5                                 0.0                                           0.0                                                                        0               0
 6                                 0.0                                           0.0                                                                        0               0
 7                                 0.0                                           0.0                                                                        0               0
 8                                 0.0                                           0.0                                                                        0               0
                             Water Use                                     Water Use                                        Clothes Number of
     Residential Appliance                                                                                      ID
                             [gal/load or gal/cycle]                       [gal/load or gal/cycle]                        [loads/wk]  Units
 1                                0.00                                          0.00                                                                        0               0
 2                                0.00                                          0.00                                                                        0               0
 3                                0.00                                          0.00                                                                        0               0
 4                                0.00                                          0.00                                                                        0               0
 5                                0.00                                          0.00                                                                        0               0
 6                                0.00                                          0.00                                                                        0               0
                                                                                                          Annual Indoor Potable Water Use [gal]             0               0
                                                                         Annual Water Collected (Condensate, Rainwater, and/or other) [gal]
                                                                                               ANNUAL INDOOR POTABLE WATER USE [gal]                        0

      Indoor Potable Water Use Reduction                                                                                               gallons


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     The Reference Charts below may be updated with project specific information in the green highlighted cells.

     Flush Fixture Chart                                                                                                                       ID Chart
     Flush Fixture Type              Water Use
                                                                                                                                               Identifier
                                         [GPF]
 1 Standard Toilet                        1.6                                                                                                  Women
 2 Code Urinal                            0.5      (Ordinance No. 20071018-086,                                                                Men




                                                                                                     Enter any user defined identifying tag.
                                                   Section 411.3.1 requires max. 0.5
 3 Quart Urinal                          0.25      gpf urinals effective 1/1/2008)                                                             M&W
 4 Pint Urinal                           0.125                                                                                                 Retail
 5 Reduced-Flow Toilet                    1.2                                                                                                  Penthouse
 6 Low-Flow Flush Valve                   1.1                                                                                                  Apartment
 7 Dual full flush                        1.6
 8 Dual half flush                        0.8
 9 Composting Toilet                      0.0
10
11
12


     Flow Fixture Chart
     Flow Fixture Type               Water Use *                         Duration [sec]
                                         [GPM]                   Standard      Electronic Controls                                                          Definitions:
 1 Standard Public Lavatory               0.5                       15                                                                                      1. Public - applications in buildings not private, including but not
                                                                                                                                                            limited to office buildings, schools, gymnasiums, manufacturing
 2 Standard Private Lavatory              2.2                       15                                                                                      facilities, restaurants, retail
 3 Standard public Kitchen Sink           2.2                       15
                                                                                                                                                            2. Private - applications in residences, hotel / motel guest rooms,
 4 Standard private Kitchen Sink          2.2                       60
                                                                                                                                                            private rooms in hospitals
 5 Standard Showerhead                    2.5                      300
 6 Design Public Lavatory                 0.5                       15                 12
 7 Low-Flow Private Lavatory              1.5                       15                 12
 8 Low-Flow public Kitchen Sink           1.8                       15                 12
 9 Low-Flow private Kitchen sink          1.8                       60
10 Low-Flow Showerhead                    1.8                      300
11


     * Faucet fixtures tested flow rate at flowing water pressure of 60 psi and shower fixtures tested flow
     rate at flowing water pressure of 80 psi according to ANSI/ASME A112.18.1.


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     Daily Use Chart
                                                                                      Occupant
     Fixture Type                                            Full-Time       Student/        Retail
                                                                                                           Resident
                                                             Equivalent        Visitor      Customer
 1 Toilet (Male)                                                  1              0.1             0.1              5

 2 Toilet (Female)                                                3              0.5             0.2              5

 3 Urinal (Male)                                                  2              0.4             0.1              0

 4 Lavatory Sink                                                  3              0.5             0.2              5

 5 Kitchen Sink, non-residential                                  1               0              0                0

 6 Kitchen Sink, residential                                      0               0              0                4

 7 Shower                                                        0.1              0              0                1

                                                                                                                             Clothes Washer
     Appliance Chart                                                                                                           Usage Chart
                                   Water Use
     Fixture Type                                                                                                     Occupants per
                                   [gal/load or gal/cycle]                                                                             [loads/week]
                                                                                                                        living unit
 1 Regular Clothes Washer          34.44                     DOE 2007

 2 Regular Dishwasher              6                         DOE 2007                                                         1             3
 3 EnergyStar dishwasher           4                                                                                          2             4

 4 EnergyStar Clothes Washer       15                                                                                         3             5

 5                                                                                                                            4             6

 6                                                                                                                            5             7

 7                                                                                                                        add one load per week for
 8                                                                                                                         each additional occupant

 9

10




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                                  AUSTIN ENERGY GREEN BUILDING
                           IRRIGATION WATER USE REDUCTION CALCULATOR


          Water - Irrigation
          1. Irrigation Water Reduction - Reduce the use of potable water for landscape irrigation purposes by 50%
          (1 point) , 75% (2 points) , or 100% (3 points) through use of indigenous plants, high efficiency irrigation
          technology, or captured rain or recycled site water to reduce the load on municipal water systems, saving water
          and energy.

          Instructions
          1. First, the evapotranspiration rate (ET0) for July is used in the calculation because this is typically the month
          with the greatest evapotranspiration effects and therefore the greatest irrigation demands. The reference
          Evapotranspiration ET0 for Austin in July is 8.12.

          2. Next, complete the Design Case Table. List all of the landscape types included in your project. The typical
          landscape types are already listed in the pulldown menus. You may enter additional landscape types with
          appropriate coefficient values in the Species Factor, Density Factor, and Microclimate Factor Charts at the
          bottom of this sheet.

          For each landscape type, note the area in square feet. All of the square footages must add up to the entire site
          area for the project.

          Next, to assign the appropriate Species Factor, Density Factor, and Microclimate Factor for each landscape type,
          enter: 1(low); 2(avg); 3(high). For any landscape types that you add, you will need to provide the appropriate
          coefficient values in the Species Factor, Density Factor, and Microclimate Factor Charts at the bottom of this
          sheet.

          Finally, choose the type of irrigation system. The pulldown boxes include common types of irrigation systems. In
          the Irrigation Chart, you may enter your own irrigation system efficiency if known and customize "Other". Select
          "None" for areas with no irrigation system.


          3. If the project uses a rainwater or condensate collection system, input the estimated volume collected for the
          month of July. The table automatically calculates the July Irrigation Water Demand for each landscape type and
          the July Irrigation Potable Water Demand for the site. See Rainwater and Condensate calculator.

          4. Repeat the above steps in the Baseline Case Table using conventional plant species and plant densities.
          When establishing the Baseline Case assumptions, do not change the overall area of the site. Planting types
          should approximately coorespond in both the baseline and design cases. Calculations will be reviewed for
          reason based assumptions.
          5. Compare the amount of reduction to the requirements listed above to determine if the project can qualify for
          one to three points.




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          EvapotranspirationTable
          ET0            [in]

          July          8.12

          Design Case Table
          Landscape                 Species             Density         Microclimate                  Irrigation
                        Area                                                              KL    ETL                  TPWA
          Type                       Factor             Factor             Factor                        Type
                         [SF]           (ks)                (kd)               (kmc)                                  [gal]

     1                              1                   1                  1                          Drip    2
     2                              1                   1                  1                          Drip    2
     3                              1                   1                  1                          Drip    2
     4                              1                   1                  1                          Drip    2
     5                              1                   1                  1                          None    4
     6                              1                   1                  1                          Drip    2
     7                              1                   1                  1                          Drip    2
     8                              1                   1                  1                          Other   3
                                                                                July Irrigation Water Demand [gal]
                                                            July Rainwater and Condensation Collection [gal]
                                                                    July Irrigation Potable Water Demand [gal]

          Baseline Case Table
          Landscape                 Species          Density            Microclimate                  Irrigation
                        Area                                                              KL    ETL                  TPWA
          Type                       Factor          Factor                Factor                        Type
                         [SF]           (ks)                (kd)               (kmc)                                  [gal]

     1                              2                   2                  1                          Sprinkler
                                                                                                            1
     2                              2                   2                  1                          Sprinkler
                                                                                                            1
     3                              2                   2                  1                          Sprinkler
                                                                                                            1
     4                              2                   2                  1                          Sprinkler
                                                                                                            1
     5                              2                   2                  1                          Sprinkler
                                                                                                            1
     6                              2                   2                  1                          None    4
     7                              2                   2                  1                          Sprinkler
                                                                                                            1
     8                              2                   2                  1                          None    4
                                                                   July Irrigation Potable Water Demand, [gal]

          Irrigation Potable Water Use Reduction                                                      gallons




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          Species Factor Chart                             Irrigation Chart
          Vegetation      Species Factor                   Irrigation          Irrigation      Common
          Type                 (ks)                        Type              Efficiency (IE)     (IE)
                         Low      Avg      High

     1 Trees             0.2      0.5      0.9      1      Sprinkler                  0.625         0.625
     2 Shrubs            0.2      0.5      0.7      2      Drip                       0.900         0.900
     3 Groundcovers      0.2      0.5      0.7      3      Other                      0.625
     4 Mixed             0.2      0.5      0.9          4 None                10000000.000
     5 Turfgrass         0.6      0.7      0.8
     6
     7                                                     Species Factor - water needs of plant species.
     8

          Density Factor Chart
          Vegetation      Density Factor
                                                           Low - tree ground shading < 60%, shrub & groundcover < 90%
          Type                 (kd)
                         Low      Avg      High            Avg - tree ground shading 60 - 100%, shrub & groundcover
     1 Trees             0.5      1.0      1.3              90 - 100%

     2 Shrubs            0.5      1.0      1.1             High - mixed landscape plantings where trees cover
     3 Groundcovers      0.5      1.0      1.1             understory groundcover and shrubs.

     4 Mixed             0.6      1.1      1.3
     5 Turfgrass         0.6      1.0      1.0
     6
     7
     8

          Microclimate Factor Chart
          Vegetation    Microclimate Factor
                               (kmc)                       Low - shaded areas and areas protected from wind, north
          Type                                             sides of buildings, courtyards, areas under wide overhangs.
                         Low      Avg      High

     1 Trees             0.5      1.0      1.4
                                                           Avg - areas where ET0 rate is unaffected by buildings,
     2 Shrubs            0.5      1.0      1.3             pavements, reflective surfaces and slopes.
     3 Groundcovers      0.5      1.0      1.2
     4 Mixed             0.5      1.0      1.4             High - areas exposed to heat absorbing and reflective
                                                           surfaces or windy conditions e.g. parking lots, west sides of
     5 Turfgrass         0.8      1.0      1.2             buildings, west and south sides of slopes, medians.
     6
     7
     8




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                              AUSTIN ENERGY GREEN BUILDING
                          RAINWATER and CONDENSATE CALCULATOR

      Instructions
      1. This spreadsheet can be used to calculate the amount of rainwater and/or condensate the project can
      collect and use towards points under the Irrigation Water Reduction credit (Water Credit 1) and/or the
      Indoor Potable Water Use Reduction Credit (Water Credit 2). Green cells are input cells, all other cells
      are protected. Red values are calculated by the spreadsheet.

      2. Rainwater collection and condensate collection are calculated separately then combined on a monthly
      basis in the Total Water Collection Table. The table assumes that the same tank(s) are used for storing
      both rainwater and condensate, and the water collected in these tanks is used only for Irrigation or Indoor
      Potable Water Use Reduction.

      3. If your project plans to use collected water for toilets or urinals, fill out the Plumbing Water Demand
      Table for toilets and urinals that are using collected rainwater or condensate water. If your project plans to
      collect rainwater, complete the Rainwater Collection Data Table. If your project plans to collect condensate,
      complete the Condensate Collection Table.

      4. The Total Water Collection Table tabulates the calculations for rainwater and condensate collection,
      subtracts water used each month for Irrigation and/or Indoor Potable Water Use Reduction, and tracks the
      monthly storage in the tank(s) assuming average rainfall.
      Monthly Irrigation Demand - monthly irrigation water demand. Enter the "July Irrigation Water Demand [gal]"
      from the Irrigation Calculator (line 29) into the July value (green cell) Total Water Collection Table. This will
      populate the Irrigation Demand for each month.
      Monthly Plumbing Demand - monthly demand for toilets and urinals using collected rainwater and/or
      condensate water.
      Avg. Rainfall Collected - based on average monthly rainfall for Austin and Available Roof Area.
      Avg. Condensate Collected - the average monthly condensate collected. Based on bin weather data for
      Austin and Condensate Collection Data Table inputs.
      Avg. End of Month Storage - amount of water in the storage tank at the end of each month based on the
      initial tank level, water collected through rainwater and condensate collection, and water used for irrigation,
      toilets, and urinals.

      Plumbing Water Demand Table

      Complete the green fields: the number of people using toilets and urinals that use collected rainwater and/or
      condensate water, the number of times per day that each person will use the toilet or urinal, and the gallons of
      water consumed per use. The spreadsheet will estimate total demand (Gal. / month) assuming 22 weekdays
      per month. This data will populate the Plumbing Demand column in the Total Water Collection Table.

      Rainwater Collection Data Table
      Enter the Available Roof Area (collection area) and Tank Data for rainwater collection tank(s). If tank(s) has
      been left on site during construction and is allowed to fill to capacity, the Beginning Gallons in Storage value
      is the tank(s) capacity. This value must not be greater than the Total Capacity of Storage.

      Condensate Collection Data Table
      1. Enter data into the green fields. Select your Building Type from the drop down list. Refer to the Building
      Occupancy Schedules Table to see what building type most closely represents your building's occupancy
      hours. The estimate of condensate collected is calculated using bin weather data for Austin assuming the
      HVAC system is operating only when the building is occupied.
      2. If using a variable flow system, estimate the cfm flow reduction (in percent) that the variable system is able
      to achieve compared to a constant volume system. Select the closest value from the drop down list for
      Approximate CFM Reduction. The condensate estimate will be reduced proportional to the reduction in
      outside air introduced due to variable flow.


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                                RAINWATER and CONDENSATE CALCULATOR

      Plumbing Water Demand Table
      Toilets                         TYPE 1               TYPE 2                              Urinals
              No. of people =                                                                      No. of people =
              Uses per day =                                                                       Uses per day =
                 Gal. / use =                                                                         Gal. / use =
                 Gal. / day =             0                    0                                      Gal. / day =           0
               Gal. / month =             0                    0                                    Gal. / month =           0

      Rainwater Collection Data Table
                            Available Roof Area =                          ft2
                      Total Capacity of Storage =              0           gal
                   Beginning Gallons in Storage =                          gal

      Tank Data                       TYPE 1               TYPE 2                TYPE 3             TYPE 4
              Diameter (ft) =                                                                                        Total Capacity of
                Height (ft) =                                                                                             Storage
              No. of tanks =
          Total Capacity:               0 gal                0 gal                 0 gal             0 gal                 0 gal

      Condensate Collection Data Table
                              Ventilation CFM:
                                Building Type:
                    Constant or Variable CFM?
                  Approximate CFM Reduction:                               (use 0% for Constant CFM)

      Building Occupancy Schedules Table (Building Occupancy Schedules from ASHRAE 90.1-2004)
      Retail:                   M-F 6 AM - 9 PM; Sa 6 AM - 10 PM; Su 8 AM - 5 PM
      Office :                  M-F 6 AM - 10 PM; Sa 6 AM - 6 PM
      School:                   M-F 7 AM - 10 PM; Sa 8 AM - 1 PM
      Hotel or 24-Hour:         24 hours, 7 days per week
      Restaurant:               M-F 7 AM - 3 AM; Sa 9 AM - 3 AM; Su 10 AM - 3 AM

      Total Water Collection Table
                                                          Plumbing          Avg. Rainfall                     Avg. End of
                                Irrigation Demand         Demand             Collected    Avg. Condensate Month Storage
               Month                  (gal/mo)             (gal/mo)          (gallons)    Collected (gallons)  (gallons)
      January                                    -                    -                    -                 -                     -
      February                                   -                    -                    -                 -                     -
      March                                      -                    -                    -                 -                     -
      April                                      -                    -                    -                 -                     -
      May                                        -                    -                    -                 -                     -
      June                                       -                    -                    -                 -                     -
      July                                           0                -                    -                 -                     -
      August                                     -                    -                    -                 -                     -
      September                                  -                    -                    -                 -                     -
      October                                    -                    -                    -                 -                     -
      November                                   -                    -                    -                 -                     -
      December                                   -                    -                    -                 -                     -
      Total                                      -                    -                    -                  -

      If you are applying all of your water collected to offset Irrigation Water, input this value into the
      Irrigation Calculator July Rainwater and Condensate Collection:                                      [gal]
      If you are applying all of your water collected to offset Indoor Potable Water Use, input this value into
      Water Calculator Annual Water Collected:                                                         [gal]
      If you plan to apply water collected to offset both Irrigation Water and Indoor Potable Water,
      check with your Green Building staff contact to verify water savings.


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                                                     AUSTIN ENERGY GREEN BUILDING
                                                    BUILDING MATERIALS CALCULATOR

Materials and Resources
3 - 5. Building Materials

Requirements
3. Salvaged Materials: Salvaged or refurbished materials account for: 5% (dollar value) of total project building materials cost (1 point) or 10% (dollar value)
of total project building material cost (2 points) .

4. Recycled Content: Building materials contain recycled content (the sum of post-consumer recycled content plus one-half of the post-industrial/pre-
consumer content) of at least 10% (dollar value) of total project building materials cost (1 point) or 20% (dollar value) (2 points).

5. Texas Sourced Materials: Building materials and products are extracted and/or manufactured (final assembly) regionally within Texas for at least 30%
(dollar value) of the project materials (1 point) or 50% (dollar value) (2 points) .

Instructions
1. Identify all building materials used in the project and corresponding specifications section numbers (if applicable). Sections may be edited and rows may be
added. Enter the total material cost not including the labor and equipment cost.

2. In the Salvaged Materials column, insert material costs for those materials that qualify as salvaged goods.

3. In the Recycled Content columns, enter the post-consumer and post-industrial recycled content percentages for applicable materials and the source of the
data (manufacturer's website, product literature, etc.).

4. In the Texas Sourced Materials columns, enter the cost of those materials extracted and/or manufactured within the state of Texas and the manufacturer
name and location.
5. Include materials specified only in Divisions 2 through 10.




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Materials Table
                                     Material Cost                                    Recycled Content                    Texas Sourced Materials
                                                     Salvaged
Description of Material              (Less Labor &
                                                     Materials     Post-       Post-
                                       Equipment)                                           Data Source     Value
                                                                 Consumer    Industrial                                         Manufacturer Name/City
                                          [$]           [$]          [%]        [%]                          [$]    [$]
02      SITEWORK
02200    Dewatering
02300    Earthwork
02700    Reclaimed Concrete
02800    Site Improvements & Amen.
02900    Planting
02900    Compost
03      CONCRETE
03200    Rebar
03300    Cast-in-Place Concrete
04      MASONRY
04050    Masonry/Concrete Protect.
04200    Brick (salvaged)
04200    Brick (new)
05      METALS
05500    Metal Stairs & Ladders
05700    Miscellaneous Metals
06      WOODS & PLASTICS
06050    Reclaimed Wood
06050    Certified Wood
06100    Rough Carpentry
06100    Miscellaneous Carpentry
06100    Hoisting
06100    Parallam Material
06100    Wood Joist Material
06100    Wheatboard Panels
06600    Plastic Laminate
06400    Millwork




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                                            BUILDING MATERIALS CALCULATOR

07      THERMAL / MOISTURE PROTECTION
07100    Waterproofing
07400    Structural Insulated Panels
07400    Metal Siding
07500    EPDM Roofing
07600    Metal Roofing
07900    Caulking
08      DOORS & WINDOWS
08200    Windows/Exterior Doors
08300    Overhead Doors
08700    Doors/Frames/Hardware
08800    Glass and Glazing
08800    Final Clean Glass
09      FINISHES
09200    Gypsum Wallboard
09300    Ceramic Tile
09500    Acoustical
09600    Carpet
09600    Carpet Pad
09600    Linoleum
09600    Bamboo Flooring
09600    Vinyl Base and Treads
09900    Painting
09900    Finishes Protection/Prep
09900    Finishes (final touch up)
10      SPECIALTIES
10100    Visual Display Board
10100    Tackboards
10150    Toilet Compartments
10200    Louvers
10400    Signage
10500    Metal Lockers
10800    Toilet Accessories
        TOTAL                          $0        $0                                              $0   $0

Salvaged Materials Percentage (MR Credit 3a and 3b)                0.0%
Percentage of Recycled Content (MR Credit 4a and 4b)               0.0%
Texas Sourced Percentage (MR Credit 5a and 5b)                     0.0%
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                              AUSTIN ENERGY GREEN BUILDING
                                   Low Emitting Materials


Basic Requirements
 6. Low VOC Interior Paints and Coatings: All paints, primers, and anti-corrosive coatings applied on-site to
the building interior must not exceed the VOC limit of Green Seal Environmental Standard GS-111. All interior
coatings applied on-site to the building interior must not exceed the current VOC limit of SCAQMD Rule 1113.

Indoor Environmental Quality
7a. Low-Emitting Materials - Sealants and Adhesives: All sealants and adhesives applied on-site to
building interior meet South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) Rule 1168. (1 point).
7b. Low-Emitting Materials - Flooring System: All installed carpets meet Carpet & Rug Institute's (CRI)
Green Label Plus minimum standards. All installed carpet pads meet CRI Green Label minimum standards. All
resilient flooring products including linoleum, laminate flooring, and rubber flooring are FloorScore certified. All
engineered wood and laminate flooring contain no added urea-formaldehyde. All flooring systems meet the
requirements of SCAQMD Rule 1168 and Rule 1113. (1 point) .
7c. Low-Emitting Materials - Composite Wood & Agrifiber Products: All installed composite wood and
agrifiber products contain no added urea-formaldehyde. (1 point).
7d. Low-Emitting Materials - Insulation: All installed insulation (excluding piping) contains no added urea-
formaldehyde. (1 point).


Materials and Resources
7. Low VOC Paints, Coatings, Adhesives, and Sealants: All paints, primers, and anti-corrosive coatings
applied on-site to the building exterior meet Green Seal standard GS-111 and all coatings, adhesives, and
sealants applied on-site to the building exterior meet South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD)
Rule 1113 and Rule 1168.        (1 point).

Instructions
Tables I, II, and VI: List all paints, coatings, sealants and adhesives used in the first column, enter the actual
VOC rating of each product in the second column, enter the current VOC limits as defined by the appropriate
standard in the third column, and in the fourth column enter the surface to which the product is applied (eg, wall,
metal railing, tile grout, etc.).
Table III: List all flooring products (carpets, pads, hardflooring) and the Certification Agency.
Table IV: List all composite wood products and the building component (door, cabinet, etc.) application.
Table V: List all insulation products and the application (roof, wall, ducts, etc.).


1. Note: New revision of GS-11
New revision of GS-11 issued May 12, 2008 includes GC-3. Products previously certified under the original GS-
11 (issued 1993) and GC-3 (issued 1997) will need to be verified that they meet the requirements in the revision
of GS-11 (issued 2008) by May 12, 2009. Any products that have yet to be verified to meet the requirements in
the revision of GS-11 will be identified as such on the Green Seal web site, www.greenseal.org. Certifications
under the original GS-11 and GC-3 and the revision of GS-11 will be valid during this time.

www.greenseal.org




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                                    Low Emitting Materials

                                                        References       Green Seal GS-11 Paints
Table I. BR 6.                                                           SCAQMD Rule 1113 Coatings

  Interior Paints & Coatings    Product VOC [g/l]      VOC Limit [g/l]           Application Surface




* may insert additional rows


Table II. IEQ 7a.                                        Reference       SCAQMD Rule 1168

Interior Sealants & Adhesives   Product VOC [g/l]      VOC Limit [g/l]           Application Surface




* may insert additional rows


Table III. IEQ 7b.                                      References       CRI Green Label Plus
   Flooring System                                                       Floor Score
                                  Certification
        Product Name




* may insert additional rows




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                                         Low Emitting Materials

Table IV. IEQ 7c.                                               Reference       Green Seal Report, PB and MDF
   Composite Wood                    Building Component
       Product Name                    (door, cabinet…)




* may insert additional rows


Table V. IEQ 7d.                                                References      Greenguard
 Insulation               Product       Application                             Collaborative for High Performance
            Name                     (roof, wall, ducts…)                       Schools




* may insert additional rows
                                         References         Green Seal GS-11    SCAQMD Rule 1113 Coatings
Table VI. MR 7.                                                                 SCAQMD Rule 1168 Adhesives, Sealants
 Exterior Paints, Coatings,
                                      Product VOC [g/l]       VOC Limit [g/l]           Application Surface
    Adhesives, Sealants




* may insert additional rows



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                                    AUSTIN ENERGY GREEN BUILDING
                                     CERTIFIED WOOD CALCULATOR

     Materials and Resources
    6. Certified Wood: At least 50% (dollar value) of new wood-based materials are certified in accordance with the
    Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) guidelines for wood building components (1 point) .

     Instructions
    In the table below, list all the new wood-based products in the 1st column followed by the vendor name in the 2nd
    column, the cost of all new wood-based materials in the 3rd column, and in the 4th column enter the costs of those
    materials that are FSC-certified. Enter the FSC Chain of Custody number for each product in the last column.
    Additional rows may be inserted if needed.
                                                                                         Forest Stewardship Council
    Reference for FSC certified products:                                                www.fsc.org
                                                                                           FSC Certified    FSC Chain of
                                                                             Total
           Wood-Based Product                      Vendor                                      Wood             Custody
                                                                              [$]                [$]              [#]




    Total                                                                      $0.00             $0.00


     Certified Wood Percentage (MR Credit 6)                                                                          0.0%




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