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Green Building Through Intergrated Design


Green Building Through Intergrated Design

CONTENTS
Foreword xi
Preface xv
Acknowledgments xvii
Chapter 1 The Recipe for Success
in High-Performance Projects 1
Chapter 2 Green Buildings Today 15
High-Performance Building Characteristics 19
The LEED Rating Systems 24
Other Green Building Rating Systems 31
Looking to the Future 40
The Larger Picture 43
Barriers to Green Building Growth 44
Chapter 3 The Practice of Integrated Design 45
Elements of the Integrated Design Process 45
An Architect’s Perspective 46
What Integrated Design Is Not 48
The Role of BHAGs 50
The Integrated Design Team 53
Integrated Design from the Engineer’s Perspective 54
Integrated Design in Practice—An Architect’s Experience 56
International Integrated Design: The New York Times Building 58
The Contractor’s Role in Integrated Design 63
A New Trend—The Integrated Office? 66
Chapter 4 The Eco-Charrette 67
The Charrette Process 69
SWOT Analysis 69
The University of Pennsylvania Morris Arboretum Project 71
Adopt “Right Mind” 78
Chapter 5 Barriers to High-Performance Buildings:
Why Some Projects Succeed and Others Fail 81
Fewer Higher-Level Certifications 85
What Needs to Happen 89
Getting Consistent Results 91
Chapter 6 The Business Case for Green Buildings 95
Incentives and Barriers to Green Buildings 97
Benefits That Build a Business Case 102
Economic Benefits 104
Risk Management 107
Health Improvements 109
Public Relations and Marketing 109
Recruitment and Retention 112
Financing Green Projects 114
Political 117
Who Benefits? 117
Chapter 7 Costs of Green Buildings 121
Cost Drivers for Green Buildings 123
Additional Cost Considerations 127
Controlling Costs in LEED Projects 130
High Performance on a Budget 131
Summary of Cost Influences 133
Green Building Cost Studies 134
Integrated Design Can Reduce Costs 139
Gross Costs and Net Costs 142
Chapter 8 Integrated Project Management—Cost/Benefit
Analysis of Green Buildings 145
Introduction to the Environmental Value-Added Method 146
LEED Rating System and EVA 148
Getting Started with Environmental Value-Added Analysis 162
Integrated Value Assessment 163
Chapter 9 Getting Started—Predesign Considerations 167
Higher-Level Considerations: The Triple Bottom Line 168
General Considerations: Sustainable Design 173
Site Selection and Site Evaluation 175
Programming 180
Predesign Work 185
Chapter 10 Conceptual and Schematic Design 187
Conceptual and Process Questions 188
Site Questions 189
Water-Related Questions 192
Energy-Related Questions 193
Materials and Resource Questions 199
Indoor Environmental Quality Questions 199
Chapter 11 Design Development 203
General Sustainable Design Questions 203
Site Design Questions 204
Water Efficiency Questions 205
Energy Design Questions 206
Materials and Resources Questions 213
Indoor Environmental Quality Questions 215
Chapter 12 Construction Documents Phase 219
Energy-Using Systems 219
A High-Performance Laboratory Project 221
Bidding and Negotiation 231
Chapter 13 Construction and Operations 233
Construction 233
Occupancy and Operations 239
Chapter 14 Looking Ahead—Designing Living Buildings 243
Hard Bargain Farm,
Accokeek, Maryland 245
Appendix A Integrated Design Resources 251
Index

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