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Glen Canyon Park Recreation Center

Getting certification goal – LEED Gold under LEED for New Construction & Major Renovations
OWNER/TENANT
- San Francisco Recreation & Park
Department

Introduction
The project is a major renovation with adaptive reuse of spaces and a new addition for
central circulation, common services, and a multi-purpose wing. Much of the project
focus is on the restoration and enhancement of the historically significant 1937
structure to meet current code and safety standards, new recreation and
programming needs and strong environmental and energy efficiency goals. The
dilapidated condition of the building and structural deficiencies actually played into
our favor in this regard, as since the walls needed to be opened up for seismic work,
we could now insulate the open wall cavities, as well as retrofit the original single
glazed windows with energy efficient low-e insulated glass. The original construction
featured extensive operable clerestory glazing in the gymnasium, which had been
boarded up and painted over, and now will be replaced, and restored to operability,
allowing the gymnasium both natural lighting and ventilation.
Scope
The new programming of the former auditorium with rock climbing walls in the former
stage space, also offered the opportunity to create a new large double height steel
and glass curtainwall, which will bathe the formerly dim auditorium space with
extensive natural lighting. The new entry lobby also features a matching curtainwall,
creating a well- defined public entry in the new courtyard, flanking the new
multipurpose wing, featuring a folding glass wall system allowing for maximum
indoor-outdoor connectivity.
Green/Sustainable Features
Complementing the extensive natural lighting in the building is 100% LED lighting
system with daylight harvesting sensors, allowing the fixtures to be dimmed
automatically during the day. The building will be principally hydronically heated (both
in-floor radiant) and baseboard heating, and will have no mechanical cooling (only
strategically placed exhaust fans to help circulate the cool marine air). Materially, the
historic portion of the building will be clad with stucco, and a composite slate roof (as
was the original design), while the new portions of the building feature Resysta
cladding (a composite made from rice hull waste), and extensive glazing, in order to
enhance the legibility of the historic architecture versus the new interventions, and
also aesthetically tie the building in to the naturally significant forested canyon.

GENERAL FACTS
- Project Name – Glen Canyon Park
Recreation Center Renovation
- Project Location - 70 Elk Street, San
SF, CA
- Project Manager – Karen MauneyBrodek
- Project Use and Occupancy –
Recreation Center (Multi-Purpose
Rooms, Classrooms, Gymnasium)
- Project Budget - $12M
- Schedule - Anticipated Completion
Fall 2016
- Project LEED Goal – LEED Gold
PROJECT TEAM
DFPW/BDC –
- Architecture, Landscape, Structural,
Mechanical, Electrical

Proposed Plan

Birds Eye

Elevation

LEED-NC v3.0 Preliminary Project Checklist
3209V - Glen Canyon Rec Center
Elk and Chenery St, San Francisco, CA 94127
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No

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Fundamental Commissioning of the Building Energy Systems
Minimum Energy Performance
Fundamental Refrigerant Management
Optimize Energy Performance
On-Site Renewable Energy
Enhanced Commissioning
Enhanced Refrigerant Management
Measurement & Verification
Green Power

Materials & Resources
Prereq 1
Credit 1.1
Credit 1.2
Credit 2
Credit 3
Credit 4
Credit 5
Credit 6
Credit 7

Storage & Collection of Recyclables
Building Reuse, Maintain Existing Walls, Floors & Roof
Building Reuse, Maintain 50% of Interior Non-Structural Elements
Construction Waste Management
Materials Reuse
Recycled Content
Regional Materials
Rapidly Renewable Materials
Certified Wood

Indoor Environmental Quality
Prereq 1
Prereq 2
Credit 1
Credit 2
Credit 3.1
Credit 3.2
Credit 4.1
Credit 4.2
Credit 4.3
Credit 4.4
Credit 5
Credit 6.1
Credit 6.2
Credit 7.1
Credit 7.2
Credit 8.1
Credit 8.2

Minimum IAQ Performance
Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) Control
Outdoor Air Delivery Monitoring
Increased Ventilation
Construction IAQ Management Plan, During Construction
Construction IAQ Management Plan, Before Occupancy
Low-Emitting Materials, Adhesives & Sealants
Low-Emitting Materials, Paints & Coatings
Low-Emitting Materials, Flooring Systems
Low-Emitting Materials, Composite Wood & Agrifiber Products
Indoor Chemical & Pollutant Source Control
Controllability of Systems, Lighting
Controllability of Systems, Thermal Comfort
Thermal Comfort, Design
Thermal Comfort, Verification
Daylight & Views, Daylight 75% of Spaces
Daylight & Views, Views for 90% of Spaces

Innovation & Design Process

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Water Use Reduction, 20% Reduction
Water Efficient Landscaping
Innovative Wastewater Technologies
Water Use Reduction

Energy & Atmosphere

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Water Efficiency
Prereq 1
Credit 1
Credit 2
Credit 3

Prereq 1
Prereq 2
Prereq 3
Credit 1
Credit 2
Credit 3
Credit 4
Credit 5
Credit 6

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Construction Activity Pollution Prevention
Site Selection
Development Density & Community Connectivity
Brownfield Redevelopment
Alternative Transportation, Public Transportation Access
Alternative Transportation, Bicycle Storage & Changing Rooms
Alternative Transportation, Low-Emitting and Fuel-Efficient Vehicles
Alternative Transportation, Parking Capacity
Site Development, Protect of Restore Habitat
Site Development, Maximize Open Space
Stormwater Design, Quantity Control
Stormwater Design, Quality Control
Heat Island Effect, Non-Roof
Heat Island Effect, Roof
Light Pollution Reduction

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Sustainable Sites
Prereq 1
Credit 1
Credit 2
Credit 3
Credit 4.1
Credit 4.2
Credit 4.3
Credit 4.4
Credit 5.1
Credit 5.2
Credit 6.1
Credit 6.2
Credit 7.1
Credit 7.2
Credit 8

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Credit 1.2
Credit 1.3
Credit 1.4
Credit 1.5
Credit 2

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Innovation in Design: Provide Specific Title
Innovation in Design: Provide Specific Title
Innovation in Design: Provide Specific Title
Innovation in Design: Provide Specific Title
Innovation in Design: Provide Specific Title
LEED® Accredited Professional

Regional Priority
Credit 1.1
Credit 1.2
Credit 1.3
Credit 1.4

Regional Priority: Provide Specific Title
Regional Priority: Provide Specific Title
Regional Priority: Provide Specific Title
Regional Priority: Provide Specific Title

Project Totals (pre-certification estimates)

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