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Tarentum

LEED Certification
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kate Hickey

on 6 May 2010

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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 Next Steps 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) Bonus Categories Innovation and Design Process (ID)
Regional Priority (RP) Tarentum Getting to Certified How Developing One LEED Building can Change a Borough Star Wilbraham
Brett Wiewiora
Deepika Khowal
Kate Hickey LEED Certification Levels 40 points: Certified
50-59 points: Silver
60-79 points: Gold
80 points: Platinum Continue
education Tarentum Continue community involvement Consider alliances
with other boroughs and towns
Indoor Environmental Quality
(IEQ) Water Efficiency (WE) Materials and Resources (MR) Sustainable Sites(SS) Energy and Atmosphere (EA) Construction Activity Pollution Prevention (Required)
Site Selection
Development Density and Community Connectivity
Alternative Transportation - Public Transportation Acccess
Alternative Transportation - Low-Emitting and Fuel-Efficient Vehicles
Alternative Transportation - Parking Capacity
Light Pollution Reduction 18 Points
$2,800-$3,500 Water Use Reduction (Required & Extra Points) 2 Points
Negligable Costs Fundamental Commissioning of Building Energy Systems (Required)
Minimum Energy Performance (Required)
Fundamental Refrigerant Management (Required)
Enhanced Commissioning
Enhanced Refrigerant Management
Measurement and Verification 7 Points
$11,440 - $15,300 Storage and Collection of Recyclables (Required)
Construction Waste Management
Recycled Content 2 Points
$11,215 - $21,050 Minimum Indoor Air Quality Performance (Required)
Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) Control (Required)
Increased Ventilation
Construction Indoor Air Quality Management Plan - During Construction
Low-Emitting Materials - Adhesives and Sealants
Low-Emitting Materials - Paints and Coatings
Controllability of Systems - Lighting
Thermal Comfort - Design
Thermal Comfort - Verification 7 Points
$2,000 - $2,500 36 Points Easy Implementation:
$27,455 - $42,350 8 Points Moderate Implementation
$94,100 - $122,800 Alternative Transportation - Bicycle Storage and Changing Rooms
Stormwater Design - Quality Control
Heat Island Effect - Nonroof
Construction Indoor Air Quality Management Plan - Before Occupancy
Low-Emitting Materials - Composite Wood and Agrifiber Products
Controllability of Systems - Thermal Comfort

Getting to Silver and Beyond Incorporate Further Energy Efficiency & Renewables:

Green Roof
$184,000 - $330,000
6 points or more
Opportunity for community interaction
Potential revenue source

Other possibilities:
Geothermal System
Solar Panels

2-26 Points Bonus Points
Innovative Design
Regional Priority 1-9 Points Summary LEED is doable with easy to moderate points

Green Roof and other innovations can further increase community benefit

Resources are available for implementation Thank You Corbet Street
Building Decide on
viable features Develop strategy
for each feature
Develop strategy for possible funding How to specifically meet requirements
How will this feature be integrated with other features
What barriers will need to be overcome
Who will need to help
When are the important deadlines Who will administer applications and awards
Which applications are worth pursuing
When are the important deadlines Resources SW PA Green Resources LEED Materials and Insight Stakeholder Training and Education Funding Sources Example:

DSIRE - Database of State Incentives for Renewables & Efficiency Example: U.S Green Building Council Example: Green Building Alliance Example: Sustainable Buildings Industry Council's Professional Training & Continuing Education Center Possible Funding Example Energy-Efficient Commercial Buildings Tax Deduction DEP Financial and Technical Assistance for
Stormwater Management
Planning and Implementation Possible Funding Example Possible Funding Example Federal and DCED Wind and Geothermal Incentives Programs




Community benefits from green and sustainable design:


people in high walkability neighborhoods achieve 50% more moderate physical activity
health care costs savings due to greater physcial activity about $92,295 annually per 1,000 people For evey $100 spent in a local business, $45 stayed in the local economy...for national businesses, only $13 remained local. Urban residents were three times more likley to be physcially active Corbet St Tarentum Borough Government
Developer - Ron Zampogna
Current Businessowners
Potential Businessowners/Tenants
Citizens and Community of Tarentum
Allegheny County
PGH History and Landmarks Foundation Tarentum's Historical Main Street
At one point core of business district
Currently many vacant buildings, problems with absentee landlords Founded 1829
NE Allegheny County on Allegheny River
Historically an industry town
1.2 square miles
At peak, about 9000 residents
Currently about 5,000 residents
Estimated median household income in 2008: $34,241
Recently completed comprehensive plan Stakeholders: Needs: Improve corridor to the river
Provide more local commerce options for residents
Provide an "anchor" for Downtown
The Plan: Demolish current structures

Realign block with rest of street

Develop site in style consistent with neighborhood

Use development to make an impact on the rest of the Borough Tarentum Borough Green buildings use 26% less energy
Have 13% lower maintenance costs
Have 27% higher occupancy satisfation
Have 33% less greenhouse gas emissions
Have 52% greater return on investment
Can command 65% higher rent Link between improved lighting design and a 27% reduction in the incidence of headaches.
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