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Palega Recreation Center Renovation

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 new 3200 multipurpose addition. Much of
the project focus is on the restoration and enhancement of the historically significant
1930 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, and 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 required flexible smaller program spaces, multiuse
Gymnasium a defined entry for the building and more importantly a front desk area to
manage security for the building including the proposed addition. The new addition
also acts as a visual connection to the park , including the Chidren’s playground and
tennis and basketball courts it features a 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 addition will be principally hydronically
heated, both in-floor radiant and there is natural ventilation at Gymnasium.
Materially, the historic portion of the building was clad with stucco, and a new asphalt
shingle insulated roof was installed. New Photo Voltaic Panels was also installed
strategically on the roof. A new building management system was installed also. A
new storage facility for the recycling was also installed. Area is adequately sized. 83%
of the dedicated open space is vegetated. No new onsite parking is provided. Lighting
controls systems are provided.

GENERAL FACTS
- Project Name – Palega Recreation
Recreation Center Renovation
- Project Location – 500 Felton St.
SF, CA
- Project Manager – Toks Ajike
- Project Use and Occupancy –
Recreation Center (Multi-Purpose
Rooms, Classrooms, Gymnasium)
- Project Budget - $20M
- Schedule – Completed 2014
- Project LEED Goal – LEED Gold

PROJECT TEAM
Mark Cavagnero Associates
- Architecture, Structural, Mechanical,
Electrical

Proposed Plan

PV Panels on Roof

LEED Certification Review Report
This report contains the results of the technical review of an application for LEED® certification submitted for the specified project. LEED
certification is an official recognition that a project complies with the requirements prescribed within the LEED rating systems as created
and maintained by the U.S. Green Building Council® (USGBC®). The LEED certifcation program is administered by the Green Building
Certification Institute (GBCI®).

Palega Rec Center
Project ID

1000007942

Rating system & version

LEED-NC v2009

Project registration date

07/26/2010

Construction Final Application
CERTIFIED: 40-49, SILVER: 50-59, GOLD: 60-79,
PLATINUM: 80+

LEED FOR NEW CONSTRUCTION & MAJOR RENOVATIONS (V2009)
ATTEMPTED: 73, DENIED: 1, PENDING: 12, AWARDED: 61 OF 110 POINTS
SUSTAINABLE SITES
SSp1 Construc tion Ac tivity Pollution Prevention
SSc 1 Site Selec tion
SSc 2 Development Density and Community Connec tivity
SSc 3 Brownfield Redevelopment
SSc 4.1Alternative Transportation-Public Transportation Ac c ess
SSc 4.2Alternative Transportation-Bic yc le Storage and Changing Room
SSc 4.3Alternative Transportation-Low-Emitting and Fuel-Effic ient V
SSc 4.4Alternative Transportation-Parking Capac ity
SSc 5.1Site Development-Protec t or Restore Habitat
SSc 5.2Site Development-Maximize Open Spac e
SSc 6.1Stormwater Design-Quantity Control
SSc 6.2Stormwater Design-Quality Control
SSc 7.1Heat Island Effec t, Non-Roof
SSc 7.2Heat Island Effec t, Roof
SSc 8 Light Pollution Reduc tion
WATER EFFICIENCY
WEp1
WEc 1
WEc 2
WEc 3

Water Use Reduc tion, 20% Reduc tion
Water Effic ient Landsc aping
Innovative Wastewater Tec hnologies
Water Use Reduc tion

ENERGY AND ATMOSPHERE
EAp1
EAp2
EAp3
EAc 1
EAc 2
EAc 3
EAc 4
EAc 5
EAc 6

Fundamental Commissioning of the Building Energy Systems
Minimum Energy Performanc e
Fundamental Refrigerant Mgmt
Optimize Energy Performanc e
On-Site Renewable Energy
Enhanc ed Commissioning
Enhanc ed Refrigerant Mgmt
Measurement and Verific ation
Green Power

MATERIALS AND RESOURCES
MRp1 Storage and Collec tion of Rec yc lables
MRc 1.1Building Reuse-Maintain Existing Walls, Floors and Roof
MRc 1.2Building Reuse, Maintain 50% of Interior
MRc 2 Construc tion Waste Mgmt
MRc 3 Materials Reuse
MRc 4 Rec yc led Content

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MATERIALS AND RESOURCES

CONTINUED

MRc 5 Regional Materials
MRc 6 Rapidly Renewable Materials
MRc 7 Certified Wood

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INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

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IEQp1 Minimum IAQ Performanc e
IEQp2 Environmental Tobac c o Smoke (ETS) Control
IEQc 1 Outdoor Air Delivery Monitoring
IEQc 2 Inc reased Ventilation
IEQc 3.1Construc tion IAQ Mgmt Plan-During Construc tion
IEQc 3.2Construc tion IAQ Mgmt Plan-Before Oc c upanc y
IEQc 4.1Low-Emitting Materials-Adhesives and Sealants
IEQc 4.2Low-Emitting Materials-Paints and Coatings
IEQc 4.3Low-Emitting Materials-Flooring Systems
IEQc 4.4Low-Emitting Materials-Composite Wood and Agrifiber Produc ts
IEQc 5 Indoor Chemic al and Pollutant Sourc e Control
IEQc 6.1Controllability of Systems-Lighting
IEQc 6.2Controllability of Systems-Thermal Comfort
IEQc 7.1Thermal Comfort-Design
IEQc 7.2Thermal Comfort-Verific ation
IEQc 8.1Daylight and Views-Daylight
IEQc 8.2Daylight and Views-Views

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INNOVATION IN DESIGN
IDc 1.1 Exemplary Performanc e - SSc 5.2
IDc 1.1 Innovation in Design
IDc 1.2 Exemplary Performanc e - EAc 1
IDc 1.2 Innovation in Design
IDc 1.3 Integrated Pest Mgmt
IDc 1.3 Innovation in Design
IDc 1.4 Innovation in Design
IDc 1.4 Green Cleaning Polic y
IDc 1.5 Innovation in Design
IDc 1.5 Innovation in Design
IDc 2 LEED® Ac c redited Professional
REGIONAL PRIORITY CREDITS
SSc 5.2 Site Development-Maximize Open Spac e
WEc 2 Innovative Wastewater Tec hnologies
WEc 3 Water Use Reduc tion
EAc 2 On-Site Renewable Energy
MRc 1.1 Building Reuse-Maintain Existing Walls, Floors and Roof
IEQc 8.1Daylight and Views-Daylight
TOTAL

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