Potomac Yards 1 and 2/EPA
LEED Silver Version 2.0
|GSA Contact:||Daryl Jackson, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Lessor:||Potomac Yard Holding Company, LLC|
|Architect:||Davis Carter Scott (core and shell); Metropolitan Architects & Planners (tenant fit out)|
|Developer Contractor:||Crescent Resources
James G. Davis Construction Company
|Sq. Ft.:||654,000 sq. ft.|
- Best management practiceswas followed through use of a silt fence, stabilized construction entrance, sediment basin and other measures
- Urban redevelopment site through a development density for the project and surrounding areas is 86,089.05 s.f. per acre.
- Brownfield site which contained soil contaminated by cinder balast, arsenic, and benzo (A) pyrene. This was remediated prior to construction.
- Public transportation access is provided by 2 bus lines within 1/4 mile of the project site. The site is also served by two rail lines just beyond the 1/2 mile radius from the project site.
- Bicycle storage and shower facilities for 7% of thefull-timeequivalentbuilding occupants.
- 14 Refueling Stations are provided to accommodate the required 3% of the total on-site parking
- Parking capacity does not exceed minimum code requirements and provides preferred parking for carpools at 5% of occupants
- Open space is preserved by 50% of the site area that does not fall within the building footprint. The area has been restored with native planting.
- Storm water treatment is achieve in 82%total suspended solidsand 63%total phosphateremoval based on estimated loading from a 2-year / 24-hour storm event.
- Heat islands in non-roof surfaces were avoided in 100% of the on-site parking stalls being located underground.
- 83.4% of roof meets emissivity requirements and complies with Energy Star to reduce heat island effect and 4.7 % is vegetative roof.
- No permanent irrigation system has been installed and native/drought-tolerant planting were installed on the site
- Over 41.56% water use reduction through use through the installation of dual flush water closets, ultra low flush urinals, low flow showerheads, and ultra-low flow lavatory faucets
Energy & Atmosphere
- Optimized energy efficiency through a 20.7 % energy reduction compared to American Society of Heating and Refrigeration Engineers (ASHRAE)90.1-1999 using the LEED engineering and construction bulletin method
- Additional commissioning implemented for the project.
- Hydroflurocarbon and Halon free HVAC (heating ventilation and air conditioning) equipment
- Green power purchased to meet 68% of the building electrical needs for over of 2 years
Materials & Resources
- Occupant recycling
- Diverted 71.62% of construction waste through effective waste management plan
- 27.36% of total building materials by value contain recycled materials
- 62.8% local and regional materials manufactured regionally
- 82.79% of wood based building products are harvested from Forest Stewardship Council certified sourcesIndoor Environmental Quality (IEQ)
- CO2 sensors monitor to outside ambient levels and increased ventilation if exceeding thresholds
- ConstructionIndoor Air Quality (IAQ)Management plan was in compliance with Sheet Metal and Air ConditioningContractors' National Association guidelines, during construction, MERV 8 filters were installed at grilles
- Construction IAQ Management plan before occupancy – the project conforms with the required IAQ testing protocol
- Low emitting adhesive and sealants were used
- Low emitting paints were used
- Low emitting carpet was used
- Low emitting composite wood was used
- Indoor pollutant source control
- Designed for thermal comfort compliance with ASHRAE 55 – 1992 for relative humidity and temperature
- Thermal comfort monitoring system installed for compliance with ASHRAE 55 – 1992 for relative humidity and temperature
- Daylight and views for 90% of all regularly occupied spaces
Innovation and Design
- Exemplary performance in local materials- achieved 62.8% of the total materials by cost were manufactured within 500 miles
- Green house keeping program
- Educational program
- Exemplary performance in 41.56 % water savings
- LEED accredited professionals participating on the project