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Project Name – Sunol Long Term Improvements
Project Location – Sunol, Ca
Project Manager – Bryan Dessaure
Project Design Team - City staff (PUC and DPW) and consulting firms
Project Use and Occupancy
Project use: Government Office Building
Meeting rooms
Individual offices
Biology Lab
Library
Lunch room
Kitchen
Lobby / reception
Conference
Occupancy: B
Business Group B occupancy includes, among others, the use of a building or
structure, or a portion thereof, for office, professional or service-type
transactions, including storage of records and accounts.

6. Project Budget (total project costs) and Schedule - $43M and Completion in July 2018.
7. Project LEED Goal - LEED Gold / LEED 2009 for New Construction and Major Renovations
Reference Guide
8. Project current LEED Scorecard – See attached.
9. Project photo or rendering

10. Short Narrative: - The Sunol Administration Building project is pursuing LEED Gold
Certification under the LEED 2009 for New Construction Rating System. The building
was designed to maximize energy savings through energy efficient building envelope,
electrical systems, and mechanical systems. HVAC system type was analytically selected
by means of a decision matrix with weighted criteria in order to choose a system that
best fit the Owner’s requirements while still meeting energy efficiency requirements.
Full building energy models were iteratively created in order to provide feedback to the
Owner and the design authority to ensure the project was on track to meeting energy
efficiency targets.

Points
D Prereq 1
D Credit 1

1

D Credit 2

5

D Credit 3

1

D Credit 4.1

6

D Credit 4.2

1

D Credit 4.3

3

D Credit 4.4

2

Construction Activity Pollution Prevention (ESC Plan)

NA
1

Site Selection
Development Density and Community Connectivity (Within 0.5 mi of at least 10 services, or

Indoor Environmental Quality
Yes
Yes

5

density of 60,000 sf per acre)

1

1

Brownfield Redevelopment
Alternative Transportation—Public Transportation Access (Within .5 miles of Rail Station or

6

.25 miles of Bus Stop)
Alternative Transportation—Bicycle Storage and Changing Rooms (Provide for 5% of

1

Occupants for Commercial, 15% Occupants for Residential)
Alternative Transportation—Low-Emitting and Fuel-Efficient Vehicles (Spaces equivalent to

3

5% total capacity, Discounted Parking Rates by 20%)
Alternative Transportation—Parking Capacity ( 5% Carpool parking, 20% Discounted Parking
rate, or no new parking)

2

No

94586

Sustainable Site
Yes

Maybe

Sunol Administration Building - LEED NC Checklist
Yes

Zip Code

No

Yes

Maybe

4/9/2014

1

Minimum Indoor Air Quality Performance

NA

Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) Control

NA

D Credit 1

Outdoor Air Delivery Monitoring

D Credit 2

Increased Ventilation (30% above ASHRAE 52.1 2007)

D Credit 5.1 building perimeter, or restore/protect at least 50% of site, excluding footprint, or 20% including

1
1

D Credit 5.2

1

D Credit 6.1

1

requirements by 25%, equates building footprint area, or is equal to 20% project area)
Storm water Design—Quantity Control (storm water Management Plan, decrease runoff 25%
by volume)

D Credit 6.2 Storm water Design—Quality Control (Capture and treat 90% annual rainfall by volume)

1

D Credit 7.1

1
1
1

12

0

2

1

Heat Island Effect—Non-roof (50% hardscape area shaded/pervious, or 50% covered

1
1

parking)

1

Light Pollution Reduction- 50% power reduction or shielding

Totals

2
2
1

4

0

3

0

D Prereq 1

Water Use Reduction—20% Reduction by volume

NA

D Credit 1

Water Efficient Landscaping- 50% reduction (2), or No Irrigation Use (4)

2-4

D Credit 2
D Credit 3

Innovative Wastewater Technologies-50% potable water use reduction or treatment

2

Yes

D Prereq 3

Fundamental Refrigerant Management

NA

D Credit 1

Optimize Energy Performance- 12% to 48% (1-19) efficiency improvement

D Credit 2
C Credit 3

On-Site Renewable Energy- 1-13% (1-7) of total energy use by cost

5

5
7

2
2
3
2

7

2

5

9

2
2
1

1

1
1

1

3

0

2

2

7

1

1

D Credit 8.2

1

9

1

3

0

2

1

Thermal Comfort—Verification (Survey within 18 months, need at least 80% occupant
satisfaction)

1

Daylight and Views—Daylight (75% spaces achieve minimum 25 fc daylight illuminance
levels)

1

Daylight and Views—Views (90% regularly occupied spaces have direct line of sight to
windows)

Totals

1

Total Possible:

Innovation & Design Process
1
1

5

0

1

0

0

1

15
Points

D Credit 1.1
D Credit 1.2

Exemplary Performance: SSc5.2 Site Development - Open Space

1

Exemplary Performance: IEQc8.2 Views

1

Innovation in Design: Integrated Pest Management

1

Innovation in Design: Green Cleaning

1

Innovation in Design: Green Building as an Educational Tool

1

LEED Accredited Professional

Totals

1

Total Possible:

Regional Priority

6
Points

Credit 1

Regional Priority - SSc1

1

Enhanced Commissioning

2

1

Credit 2

Regional Priority - SSc4.3

1

D Credit 4
C Credit 5

Enhanced Refrigerant Management

2

1

Credit 3

1

Measurement and Verification

3

Credit 4

Regional Priority - WEc1.1
Regional Priority - WEc2

C Credit 6

Green Power- 2 year contract, renewable energy accounts for 35% building electricity use

2

Credit 5

Regional Priority - WEc3 (40%)

1

Credit 6

Regional Priority - EAc2 (1%)

Totals

Total Possible: 35
Points

Prereq 1
Credit 1.1
Credit 1.2
Credit 2

Storage and Collection of Recyclables
Building Reuse—Maintain Existing Walls, Floors, and Roof (55-95% of total surface area)
Building Reuse—Maintain Existing Interior Non Structural Elements (50% of surface area)
Construction Waste Management (50-75% total materials diverted, by weight or volume)

NA
1-3
1
1-2

C Credit 3
C Credit 4

Materials Reuse (5-10% total materials cost, furniture optional)

1-2

Recycled Content (10-20% total materials cost, furniture optional)

1-2

C Credit 5
C Credit 6

Regional Materials (10-20% total materials cost, furniture optional)

1-2

C Credit 7

Certified Wood (50% total material new wood cost)

D
D
D
C

3
1

1-19

1

1

12

Yes

D Credit 8.1

1

1-7

Materials & Resources

1

1

D Credit 1.5
D Credit 2

NA

2

D Credit 7.2

1
1

Minimum Energy Performance- 10% efficiency improvement

Indoor Chemical and Pollutant Source Control (10 ft. Walk-Off mat)

D Credit 7.1 Thermal Comfort—Design

1

Yes
5

1
1

D Credit 1.3
D Credit 1.4

NA

1

D Credit 6.2 Controllability of Systems—Thermal Comfort Controls for at least 50% of occupants

1

Fundamental Commissioning

Score/Adhesives)

D Credit 6.1 Controllability of Systems—Lighting Controls for at least 90% of occupants

Total Possible: 10
Points

C Prereq 1
D Prereq 2

Yes

2

1
1

2-4

Water Use Reduction- 30% (2), 35% (3), 40% (4) by volume

Totals

2

D Credit 5

Total Possible: 26

Energy & Atmosphere

2

1

1

D Credit 8

1

Low-Emitting Materials—Flooring Systems (100% certified Green Label/Floor

C Credit 4.4 Low-Emitting Materials—Composite Wood and Agrifiber Products (100% compliant)

Points

Yes

2

1

1

11

C Credit 4.3

1
1

C Credit 4.2 Low-Emitting Materials—Paints and Coatings (100% compliant)

1

D Credit 7.2 Heat Island Effect—Roof (75% SRI roof area, or 50% vegetated roof, or combination)

Water Efficiency
2

1

1

C Credit 4.1 Low-Emitting Materials—Adhesives and Sealants (100% compliant)

1

Site Development—Maximize Open Space (Vegetated area either exceeds local zoning

1

C Credit 3.2 Construction IAQ Management Plan—Before Occupancy (Approximately 2 weeks)

1

footprint)

1

C Credit 3.1 Construction IAQ Management Plan—During Construction

Site Development—Protect or Restore Habitat (Limit site disturbance to 40 feet beyond
1

Points

D Prereq 1
D Prereq 2

Rapidly Renewable Materials (2.5% total materials cost, furniture optional)

Totals

D =

Design Phase Credit

C =

Construction Phase

1
1 1

1
1
1

3

0
3

43

17

1

0

2

Totals

Total Possible:

6

12

36

Totals

Total Possible:

112

1
17

3

1

12

Total Yes Points:
Total Yes & Likely Points:
Total Yes & Likely & Maybe Points:
Total Yes & Likely & Maybe & Hard Points:

43
46
63
75

Total Possible: 14
Certified
Silver
Gold
Platinum

40-49
50-59
60-79
80+

40

50
60

Current Likely Certification Level:
Possible Certification Level

Certified
Gold


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