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150209 The Bridge LEED Report .pdf


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PROJECT TEAM
• Public Works BDC Architecture
• Public Works IDC Engineering Mechanical
• Public Works IDC Engineering Electrical
• Public Works Bureau of
Building Repair
• Rodan Builders, Inc.

GENERAL FACTS
• Grand Opening - 1/20/2014
• Open 5 days per week
• Square Footage - 4,115 SF
INTRODUCTION
The Bridge at Main is a literacy and learning center that
prioritizes community learning, adult literacy, youth and family literacy and technology to create a learning environment for 21st Century
skills. We have three resource collections and a variety of services
supporting literacy and learning.
SUSTAINABLE FEATURES
• High - Efficient LED Lighting yields a lifetime of 100,000 hours and
integrates with a Lighting Control System that ensures proper
levels of illumination. This strategy also allows the space to take
full advantage of natural light.
• Task lamps at each workstation and office provide the user the
ability to manipulate individual light levels.
• Installation of a glass storefront system combines the benefit of
allowing natural daylight to trespass the space while providing
patrons views of the outdoors.
• Carpet tiles are composed of 68% recycled content and its GlueFree installation eliminates the oder of traditional spread adhesives.
• Linoleum flooring is composed of 46.5% Pre-Consumer recycled
content and 33% rapidly renewable materials.
• The environmental benefits of the selected furniture range from
its recycled content to being virtually VOC-free.
• Energy efficient equipment including flat screen monitors and
computers meet Energy Star’s requirements for low energy usage.

JANUARY 2015

LEED 2009 for Commercial Interiors Project Checklist
Project Name:
Project Address:

SFPL Main Library Literacy Center Renovation
100 larkin Street

Yes

Yes

4 SUSTAINABLE SITES
Credit 1

8 INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

Site Selection
Option 1: Select a LEED Certified Building
ti 22: L
t in
i a Building
B ildi That
Th t Meets:
M t
Option
Locate
OR O
Path 1: Brownfield Redevelopment
Path 2: Stormwater Design - Quantity Control
Path 3: Stormwater Design - Quality Control
Path 4: Heat Island Effect - Nonroof
Path 5: Heat-Island Effect - Roof
Path 6: Light Pollution Reduction
Path 7: Water Efficient Landscaping -Reduce by 50%
Path 8: Water Efficient Landscaping - No Potable Water Use or Irrigation
Path 9: Innovative Wastewater Technologies
g
Path 10: Water Use Reduction: 30% reduction
Path 11: On-site Renewable Energy
Path 12: Other Quantifiable Environmental Performance
1 Credit 2 Development Density and Community Connectivity
1 Credit 3.1 Alternative Transportation - Public Transportation Access
1 Credit 3.2 Alternative Transportation - Bicycle Storage and Changing Rooms
1 Credit 3.3 Alternative Transportation - Parking Availability

Y Prereq 1
Y Prereq 2
C
Credit
dit 1
Credit 2
Credit 3.1
Credit 3.2
1 Credit 4.1
1 Credit 4.2
1 Credit 4.3
Credit 4.4
1 Credit 4.5
Credit 5
1 Credit 6.1
Credit 6.2
Credit 7.1
Credit 7.2
2 Credit 8.1
1 Credit 8.2

Yes

Yes

0 WATER EFFICIENCY
Prereq 1
Credit 1

1 INNOVATION IN DESIGN

Water Use Reduction
Water Use Reduction

Credit 1.4

Innovation in Design: Innovation or Exem. Perf.
Innovation in Design: Innovation or Exem. Perf.
Innovation in Design: Innovation or Exem. Perf.
Innovation in Design: Innovation

Credit 1.5

Innovation in Design: Innovation

Credit 1.1
Credit 1.2
Credit 1.3

Yes

2 ENERGY & ATMOSPHERE
Y
y
1
1

Prereq 1
Prereq 2
Prereq 3
Credit 1.1
Credit 1.2
Credit 1.3
Credit 1.4
Credit 2
Credit 3
Credit 4

Fundamental Commissioning of Building Energy Systems
Minimum Energy Performance
Fundamental Refrigerant Management
Optimize Energy Performance - Lighting Power
Optimize Energy Performance - Lighting Controls
Optimize Energy Performance - HVAC
Optimize Energy Performance - Equipment and Appliances
Enhanced Commissioning
Measurement and Verification
Green Power

Minimum Indoor Air Quality Performance
Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS) Control
O
td
Ai
li
M
it i
Outdoor
Air D
Delivery
Monitoring
Increased Ventilation
Construction IAQ Management Plan - During Construction
Construction IAQ Management Plan - Before Occupancy
Low-Emitting Materials - Adhesives and Sealants
Low-Emitting Materials - Paints and Coatings
Low-Emitting Materials - Flooring Systems
Low-Emitting Materials - Composite Wood and Agrifiber Products
Low-Emitting Materials - Systems Furniture and Seating
Indoor Chemical and Pollutant Source Control
Controllability of Systems - Lighting
Controllability of Systems - Thermal Comfort
Thermal Comfort - Design
Thermal Comfort - Verification
Daylight and Views - Daylight
Daylight and Views - Views for Seated Spaces

1 Credit 2

®

LEED Accredited Professional

Yes

0 REGIONAL PRIORITY
Credit 1.1
Credit 1.2
Credit 1.3
Credit 1.4

21

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Regional Priority: Insert Title Here
Regional Priority: Insert Title Here
Regional Priority: Insert Title Here

TOTAL POSSIBLE POINTS

Yes

6 MATERIALS & RESOURCES
Y Prereq 1
1 Credit 1.1
Credit 1.2
2 Credit 2
1 Credit 3.1
1 Credit 3.2
1 Credit 4
Credit 5
Credit 6
Credit 7

Storage and Collection of Recyclables
Tenant Space - Long-Term Commitment
Building Reuse - Maintain Interior Nonstructural Components
Construction Waste Management
Materials Reuse
Materials Reuse - Furniture and Furnishings
Recycled Content
Regional Materials
Rapidly Renewable Materials
Certified Wood

Certified: 40-49 points Silver: 50-59 points Gold: 60-79 points Platinum: 80+ points


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