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Sustainable Construction

Green Building Design and Delivery

Kibert, Charles J.

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SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION

DISCOVER THE LATEST EDITION OF THE LEADING TEXTBOOK ON SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION AND GREEN BUILDING

In the newly revised Fifth Edition of Sustainable Construction: Green Building Design and Delivery, the late Dr. Charles J. Kibert delivers a rigorous overview of the design, construction, and operation of high-performance green buildings. In the leading textbook on sustainable building, the author provides thoroughly updated information on everything from materials selection to building systems.

Updated to reflect the latest building codes and standards, including LEED v4.1, the book offers readers coverage of international green building codes and standards, biomimicry, ecological design, focused assessment systems like SITES, EDGE, WELL, and Fitwell, and sustainable construction resilience. Readers will learn to think critically about all aspects of green building and benefit from the inclusion of:
* A thorough introduction to sustainable construction, including the landscape for green buildings, sustainable development, sustainable design, and the rationale for high-performance green buildings
* An exploration of the foundations of green buildings, including biomimicry and ecological design, basic concepts and vocabulary, and the green building movement
* Practical discussions of ecological design, including a historical perspective, contemporary ecological design
* In-depth examinations of high-performance green building assessment, including focused assessment systems and international building assessment systems

Perfect for upper level undergraduate and graduate level students in architecture, architectural technology, civil engineering, and construction management, Sustainable Construction is also an indispensable resource for anyone studying for the LEED Green Associate exam, as well as industry professionals and building owners.

Preface

Chapter 1 Introduction and Overview 1

The Shifting Landscape of Green Buildings

The Roots of Sustainable Construction

The Vocabulary of Sustainable Development and Sustainable Construction

Rationale for High-Performance Buildings

State and Local Green Building Initiatives

Green Building Progress and Obstacles

Trends in High-Performance Green Building

Book Organization

Case Study: Bloomberg European Headquarters

Summary and Conclusions

Part I Green Building Foundations

Chapter 2 Background

The Driving Forces for Sustainable Construction

Ethics and Sustainability

Basic Concepts and Vocabulary

Major Environmental and Resource Concerns

The Green Building Movement

Case Study: OWP 11, Stuttgart, Germany

Summary and Conclusions

Chapter 3 Ecological Design

Design Versus Ecological Design

Contemporary Ecological Design

Key Green Building Publications: Early 1990s

Key Thinking about Ecological Design

Evolving the Concept of Ecological Design

Thermodynamics: Limits on Recycling and the Dissipation of Materials

Case Study: Kroon Hall, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

Synthesis

Summary and Conclusions

Part II Assessing High-Performance Green Buildings

Chapter 4 Green Building Assessment

Purpose of Green Building Assessment Systems

Major Green Building Assessment Systems Used in the US

International Building Assessment Systems

Summary and Conclusions

Chapter 5 The US Green Building Council LEED Building Rating System

Brief History of LEED

Structure of the LEED Suite of Building Rating Systems

LEED Credentials

LEED v4.1 Structure and Process

Green Building Certification Institute Relationship to the USGBC and LEED

LEED Certification Process

LEED Building Design and Construction Rating System

Regional Priority

Case Study: Stephen C. O'Connell Center at UF in Gainesville, Florida

Summary and Conclusions

Chapter 6 The Green Globes Building Assessment System

Green Globes Building Rating Tools

Structure of Green Globes for New Construction

Section 1: Project Management

Section 2: Site

Section 3: Energy

Section 4: Water

Section 5: Materials

Section 6: Indoor Environment

Green Globes Assessment and Certification Process

Green Globes Professional Credentials

Case Study: Health Sciences Building, St. Johns River State College,

St. Augustine, Florida

Summary and Conclusions

Part III Green Building Design

Chapter 7 The Green Building Design Process

Conventional versus Green Building Delivery Systems

High-Performance Green Building Delivery System

Executing the Green Building Project

Owner Issues In High-Performance Green Building Projects

Setting Priorities And Making Other Key Initial Decisions

Selecting The Green Building Team

Role Of The Leed Accredited Professional Or Green Globes Professional In The Process

Integrated Design Process

Role of the Charrette in the Design Process

Green Building Documentation Requirements

LEED Documentation

Green Globes Documentation

Case Study: Theaterhaus, Stuttgart, Germany

Summary and Conclusions

Chapter 8 The Sustainable Site and Landscape

Land and Landscape Approaches for Green Buildings

Land Use Issues

Sustainable Landscapes

Green, or living, roofs

Vertical landscaping

Enhancing ecosystems

Enhancing Ecosystems

Stormwater Management

Low-Impact Development

Heat Island Mitigation

Light Trespass and Pollution Reduction

Assessment of Sustainable Sites: The Sustainable Sites Initiative

Case Study: Iowa Utilities Board/Consumer Advocate Office

Summary and Conclusions

Chapter 9 Low-Energy Building Strategies

Building Energy Issues

High-Performance Building Energy Design Strategies

HVAC Systems

Water-Heating Systems

Electrical Power System Components

Innovative Energy Optimization Strategies

Smart Buildings and Energy Management Systems (EMS)

Ozone Depleting Chemicals in HVAC Systems

Case Study: The Pertamina Energy Tower - A Primer on Sustainable Skyscraper Design

Chapter 10 Built Environment Hydrologic Cycle

Global Water Resource Depletion

Hydrologic Cycle Terminology

Benefits of Water Efficiency

High-Performance Building Hydrologic Cycle Strategy

Building Plumbing Fixture and Controls

Nonportable Water Sources

Wastewater Strategies

Baseline Water Model Example

Use of Low-Flow Fixture Strategy

Use of Alternative Water Sources Strategy

Case Study: Lott Clean Water Alliance, Olympia, Washington

Blackwater Case Study: Blackwater Recycling System, Salesforce Tower, San Francisco

Summary and Conclusions

Chapter 11 Closing Materials Loops

The Challenge of Materials and Product Selection

Selecting Building Materials and Products with a Focus on A Closed-Loop Materials System

Life Cycle Assessment

Materials and Product Certification

Key and Emerging Construction Materials and Products

Case Study Of Closing The Loop: Ecoworx(r) Carpet Tiles

Design for Deconstruction and Disassembly

Case Study: Project XX Office Building, Delft, Netherlands

Summary and Conclusions

Chapter 12 Built Environment Carbon Footprint

Human Impact on the Biogeochemical Carbon Cycle

Climate Change and the Carbon Cycle

Climate Change Mitigating

Defining the Carbon Footprint of The Built Environment

Reducing the Carbon Footprint of the Built Environment

Focusing on Mitigating Project Climate Change Impact

Carbon Neutrality and Its Applicability to Buildings

Focusing on Mitigating Project Climate Change Impacts

Carbon Neutrality Case Study: The Hong Kong Zero Carbon Building

Carbon Neutrality Case Study: Glaxosmithkline Carbon Neutral Laboratory for Sustainable Chemistry (Nottingham, Uk)

Carbon Footprint Case Study: Rinker Hall, University of Florida

Chapter 13 Indoor Environmental Quality

Indoor Environmental Quality: The Issues

Integrated IEQ Design

Addressing the Main Components of Integrated IEQ Design

HVAC Systems and IEQ

Emissions from Building Materials

The WELL and FITWEL Building Standards

Summary and Conclusions

Part IV Green Building Implementation

Chapter 14 Construction Operations and Commissioning

Site Protection Planning

Managing Indoor Air Quality during Construction

Construction Materials Management

Construction and Demolition Waste Management

Commissioning

Summary and Conclusions

Chapter 15 Green Building Economics

General Approach

The Business Case for High-Performance Green Buildings

Economics of Green Building

Quantifying Green Building Benefits

Managing First Costs

Tunneling through the Cost Barrier

Summary and Conclusions

Chapter 16 Resilience Resilience in the Context of Sustainable Construction

Resilience Concepts and Scope

Codes and Standards for Built Environment Resilience

Designing Resilient Buildings

Green Building Assessment and Resilience

Community Resilience

Resilient Building Case Studies: Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston and the Salt Lake City Public Safety Building

Chapter 17 The Cutting Edge of Sustainable Construction

Articulating Performance Goals for Future Green Buildings

The Challenges

Revamping Ecological Design

Today's Cutting Edges

Case Study of A Cutting Edge design: The Federal Building, San Francisco, California

Case Study of Green Skyscrapers

Summary and Conclusions

Appendix A Green Globes for New Construction Based on ANSI/GB01-2019

Appendix B WELL and Fitwell Building Standard(r) Features Matrix

Appendix C The Sustainable Sites Initiative(TM) (SITES(TM)) v2 Rating System for Sustainable Land Design and Development

Appendix D Resilient Design Strategies at Building Scale

Appendix E Abbreviations and Acronyms

Appendix F Unit Conversions

Glossary

Index
The late Charles J. Kibert, PhD, was Director of the Powell Center for Construction and Environment at the University of Florida and Professor in the M.E. Rinker Sr. School of Building Construction. He was co-Founder and President of the Cross Creek Initiative, a sustainable construction non-profit organization.

C. J. Kibert, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL