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Tarentum 4-27

LEED Certification
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Brett Wiewiora

on 28 April 2010

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LEED Certification - Benefits for building and community
Site Minimized negative environmental impacts and utlized existing structure

Convenient access to public transportation; Bicycle/pedestrian access; No additional parking spaces added

Non-Roof surfaces designated to minimize urban geat island effect; white roof installed.

Exterior lighting designated to minimize light pollution

Native vegetration used throughout the site. Over 50 ash and service berry trees are a mian feature of the landscape
LEED Certification Recommendations Funding Next Steps - Building & Tarentum Resources Sustainable Sites(SS) Case Study Water Efficiency (WE) Case Study New House Residence Hall McGinnis Educational Center:
Indigineous plants and water-efficient landscaping requires no potable water for irrigation

Waterless urinals

Dual flush toilets

Low-flow fixtures Energy and Atmosphere (EA) Case Study Greater Pittsburgh Community Foodbank Direct Digital controls for HVAC and lighting sensor.
Heat and lighting divided into 17 operational zones

Exceeds ASHRAE/IESNA 90.1-1999 by 28%

Warehouse material zoned in order to minimize use of forklift

Windows used for solar gain
Case Study
Materials and Resources (MR)
Heinz Regional History Recyclable collections

Recyclable materials ad regionally manufactured materials have been used throughout the facility

Limited finishes were used on the floors and ceilings to reduce up front resources and reduce long-term maintenance resources

Construction waste was diverted from landfills

Certified wood products which meet the requirements of the Forest Stewardship Council were incorporated.
Coro Center for Civic Leadership Case Study Construction IAQ management plan

Non smoking facility

Low-emitting adhesives, paints and composite wood

One lighting control zone per 200 sf. for all areas within 15 feet of the perimeter wall

Individual controls for airflow, temperature and lighting

Exterior views from 90% of spaces
Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) Green Building Alliance

Construction Junction

Developers
Bonus Categories Innovation and Design Process (ID)
Regional Priority (RP) Community benefits from green and sustainable design:

design feature: Vegeteation along streets, public grounds, private grounds and gardens, and on facades, windows and balconies

design featureL High walkability charachterized by higher denisty and mix of single and multi-family residences with non residential land use; mostly street grid with good connectivity



impact: people in high walkability nighborhoods achieve 50% more modeerate physical activity than those in to low walkability neighborhoods.
With effective street scape urban redesign, health care costs savings dueto greater physcial activity would be about $92,295 annually for a 1,000 people in a small neighnorhood. For evey $100 spent in a local business $45 stayed in the local economy vd. when the same methodologywas applied to national businesses, only $13 remained local. Impact: Urban reseidents were three times more likley to be physcially active in high greenery neighborhoods copared to low-greenery neighborhoods. Tarentum Corbett St Stakeholders Tarentum Borough
Council
Ron Zompanga
Current Businessowners
Potential Businessowners/Tenants
Citizens and Community of Tarentum
Allegheny County
PA Historic and Land Foundation Tarentum's Historical Main Street At one point core of business district Currently many vacant buildings, problems with absentee landlords Getting to Certified The story of how one building can change a Borough Star Wilbraham
Brett Wiewiora
Deepika Khowal
Kate Hickey Founded 1829 NE Allegheny County on Allegheny River Currently about 5,000 residents Estimated median household income in 2008: $34,241 1.2 square miles At peak, about 9000 residents Currently have: Comprehensive Plan
Assistance from PHLF
Developers willing to invest
Interested tenants
Cooperation from currents landlords
Need: Create a corridor to the river
Provide an "anchor" for Downtown
Revitalization
Did you know? In the United States alone, buildings account for:
• 72% of electricity consumption,
• 39% of energy use,
• 38% of all carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions,
• 40% of raw materials use,
• 30% of waste output (136 million tons annually), and
• 14% of potable water consumption.
Environmental benefits:
•Enhance and protect ecosystems and biodiversity
•Improve air and water quality
•Reduce solid waste
•Conserve natural resources Economic benefits:
•Reduce operating costs
•Enhance asset value and profits
•Improve employee productivity and satisfaction
•Optimize life-cycle economic performance LEED Certification Levels 40 points: Certified
50-59 points: Silver
60-79 points: Gold
80 points: Platinum Getting to Certified LEED Requirements: $9,375 - $18,750 Easy Implementation (<$5,000):
$18,080 - $23,600 36 Points Moderate Implementation ($5,000 - $30,000): $94,100 - $122,800 8 Points 1-9 Points Getting to Silver and Beyond Bonus Points
Innovative Design
Regional Priority 2-26 Points Incorporate Further Enregy Efficiency & Renewables Complete Certified Level Items:
$121,555 - $165,150 44 Points Green Roof
$184,000 - $330,000
6+ points

Other possibilities:
Geothermal System
Solar Panels
Demolish current structures
Realign block with rest of street
Develop site in consistent style

The Plan: The Plan: Demolish current structures
Realign block with rest of street
Develop site in consistent style

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