Door Opening Solutions Door Opening Solutions infor LEED forfor Healthcare LEED Healthcare Program Number AA3010 Program Number AA3010 USGBC Course Number 0090008707 Presented By: Name By: Presented Title Email Aaron C. Smith, LEED AP BD+C Phone Dir Sustainable Building Solutions [email protected] 6123255719 = ASSA ABLOY is the global leader in door opening solutions, dedicated to satisfying end-user needs for security, safety and convenience We want to know what our markets and customers want around Sustainability At Perkins+Will, we're also helping to improve the environment through regenerative design. Perkins+Will is also committed to exemplary workplace practices in our own business. Every one of our offices that is renovated or constructed is designed to LEED Platinum standards and metered to monitor performance. As a carbon-neutral organization, we're offsetting our carbon emissions and investing in renewable energy technologies. We are committed to supporting a diverse culture of sustainable design through applied research, internal education, public advocacy and outreach. We have developed tools such as the Precautionary List and the 2030 Estimating + Evaluation Tool to advance our design expertise and have made them publicly-available to expand our industry's knowledge of sustainable design best practices. Through this research and development of innovative tools, we offer our clients a range ofsustainable advisory services. ASSA ABLOY Sustainability Policy ASSA ABLOY is committed to providing products and services that are environmentally sound throughout the entire production process and the product life-cycle. Our unconditional aim is to make sustainability a central part of our business philosophy and culture, but even more importantly is the job of integrating sustainability into our business strategy. Comprehensive Sustainability Report Issued since 2006 Utilizing Global Reporting Initiative Submitted to the United Nations Learn more at www.assaabloydss.com/sustainability ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions ASSA ABLOY is the global leader in complete door opening solutions. Our Team of Door Security Solutions Specialists are dedicated to providing efficient door solutions that balance the need for Aesthetics Convenience Life-safety Security Sustainability Global Team of Experts Affiliations Door and Hardware Institute (DHI) American Institute of Architects (AIA) Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) International Interior Design Association (IIDA) American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) United States Green Building Council (USGBC) Designations AHC | Architectural Hardware Consultants CDC | Certified Door Consultants CDT | Construction Documents Technologists LEED GA/AP | LEED Accredited Professionals PSP | ASIS Physical Security Professionals Architectural Consulting by Project Phase SD Integrated Design and BIM (all project phases) Code Compliance Review Try-Me Program product samples DD Survey & Walkthrough of Existing Facilities Coordination with building systems & related trades Integrated, Sustainable & Aesthetic Design Solutions CD Green your Division 8/28 Specifications Door & Hardware Schedules assistance CA Value Analysis, Sustainability Analysis Review of Shop Drawings & Submittals Jobsite inspection & Punch lists Technical Support AIA Continuing Education System ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions is a Registered Provider with The American Institute of Architects. Credit earned on completion of this program will be reported to the CES Records for AIA members. Certificates of Completion for non-AIA members are available upon request This program is registered with the AIA/CES for continuing professional education (HSW & SD). As such, it does not include content that may be deemed or construed to be an approval or endorsement by the AIA of any material of construction or any method or manner of handling, using, distributing, or dealing in any material or product. Questions related to specific materials, methods, and services will be addressed at the conclusion of this presentation GBCI Continuing Education System The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) has approved the technical and instructional quality of this course for 1 GBCI CE Hours towards the LEED Credential Maintenance Program ASSA ABLOY is an USGBC Education Provider committed to enhancing the ongoing professional development of the building industry and LEED Professionals through high-quality education programs. As a USGBC Education Provider, ASSA ABLOY has agreed to abide by USGBC established operational and educational criteria, and is subject to annual reviews and audits for quality assurance Copyright materials This presentation is protected by US and International Copyright laws. Reproduction, distribution, display and use of the presentation without written permission of the speaker is prohibited © ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions 2011 Please indicate on the Sign-in Sheet whether you would like an electronic copy of the presentation Learning Objectives At the conclusion of this program, participants will − Know the purpose and concepts behind LEED for Healthcare − Describe how door opening solutions (DOS) can help building owners gain Energy & Atmosphere (EA) credits in LEED for Healthcare. − Describe how DOS can help with Materials & Resources (MR) credits in LEED for Healthcare. − Describe DOS can help building owners gain Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) credits in LEED for Healthcare. What else would you like to learn? LEED 2009 for Healthcare The LEED for Healthcare rating system represents a culmination of seven years of close collaboration between the Green Guide for Healthcare (GGHC) and USGBC. GGHC has helped to streamline the LEED for Healthcare's development schedule by aligning with the LEED for New Construction rating system's organizational structure The GGHC is the first voluntary, self-certifying toolkit of green building best practices customized for the healthcare sector When to Use LEED 2009 for Healthcare LEED for Healthcare was written primarily for inpatient and outpatient care facilities and licensed long term care facilities. The rating system may also be used for medical offices, assisted living facilities and medical education and research centers LEED for Healthcare addresses design and construction activities for both new buildings and major renovations of existing buildings LEED for Healthcare Certification Levels 40-49 points 50-59 points 60-79 points 80+ points Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) will recognize buildings that achieve one of these rating levels with a formal letter of certification. LEED for Healthcare Credit Categories High Performance Doors & Hardware Sustainable Sites (SS) Water Efficiency (WE) Energy & Atmosphere (EA) Materials & Resources (MR) Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) Innovation in Design Regional Priority Credits FOCUS Energy & Atmosphere Categories impacted by Door Opening Solutions EAp2 Minimum Energy Performance EAc1 Optimize Energy Performance 1-24 points EAc3 Enhanced Commissioning 1-2 points Door shows excessive thermal transfer Door exterior shows no heat transfer BEFORE AFTER Door Openings in the Building Envelope Approx 40% of all air infiltration comes from the building envelope* Floors, Walls and Ceilings – 31% Windows – 10% Doors – 11% *Tony Woods, Air tight buildings, 2005 **2005 Richard S. Duncan, PhD, PE, The Role of Air Sealing ** EA Prerequisite 2 – Minimum Energy Performance Option 1 – Whole Building Energy Simulation Demonstrate a 10% improvement for new buildings, or a 5% improvement for major renovations to existing buildings. Calculate improvement using the baseline building performance rating using ASHRAE Standard 90.12007 EA Credit 1 – Optimize Energy Performance Demonstrate a percentage improvement in the proposed building performance rating compared with ASHRAE 90.1-2007 Operable U Value using ASTM C1363 Operable Air Leakage using ASTM E283 EA Credit 3 – Enhanced Commissioning OPTION 1 (1 Point) Designate an independent commissioning authority(CxA) OPTION 2 (2 Points) Achieve Option 1 AND commission the building’s thermal envelope systems The building thermal envelope entails all exterior wall assemblies separating a building’s conditioned spaces from outdoor ambient conditions, including: roof assemblies, vapor barriers, air barrier systems, flashings, cladding and siding, windows, curtain-wall assemblies, doors, etc. P Door Opening Solution Assemblies Closing & Latching Thermal Break and Kerf Frames EAC Insulated Core Doors Thresholds/Door Bottoms/Gasketing Traditional Access Control vs Sustainable Thinking Access Controller Power Supply Many discreet components create a larger environmental impact Reader Interface Optical Request to Exit Device Additional wiring, energy use, more processing and packaging Wiegand Card Reader 24 Electric Strike Integrated Access Control Integrated Wiegand Integrating all of these functions into a single integrated lockset reduces the number of manufactured components required at each door 25 IP-Enabled Access Control WiFi IP-Enabled WiFi locks leverage existing infrastructure to reduce environmental impact even further Completely eliminates any additional electronic access control infrastructure 26 IP-Enabled Access Control Power over Ethernet Power over Ethernet locks leverage existing PoE infrastructure to reduce components AND minimize energy usage PoE locks use a maximum of 7W per activation at each lock, 50% less than typical PoE installations PoE locks also use 85% less standby power than traditional access control 27 An Energy Efficient Building Optimize energy performance: entire building Create a sealed barrier: prevent air infiltration, heat transfer Each security component should be carefully selected − Thermal Break frames and Kerf frames − Insulated doors − Door hardware, EAC systems, power supplies − Gasketing BIM: performance characteristics of door assemblies Following this strategy, doorways can be used to create a more energy efficient building Material & Resources Categories Impacted by Doors Opening Solutions MRc1.2 - Building Reuse – Maintain Existing Interior NonStructural Elements 1 pt MRc3 – Sustainably Sourced Materials & Products 1-4 pts Example: Automatic ICU Entrance System MR Credit 1.2 – Maintain Existing Interior Non-Structural Elements − The longevity and durability of doors and hardware should allow reuse on LEED projects and help in the attainment of this credit. − Survey of existing facilities materials for reuse. − Donate to non-profit Example: Door Desk MR Credit 3 – Sustainably Sourced Materials & Products 1 pt and up to a maximum of 4 will be awarded for each 10% of the total value of all building materials and products used in the project (based on cost) that meet the criteria below: Salvaged, refurbished or reused materials. Recycled content. Regionally sourced/manufactured materials and products that have been extracted, harvested or recovered, as well as manufactured within 500 miles of the project site. Rapidly renewable materials. Wood certified, in accordance with the Forest Stewardship Council’s (FSC) Principles and Criteria. MR Credit 3 – (Continued) AND Wall, ceiling and flooring systems and finishes, composite wood, agrifiber and fiberglass products, both exterior and interior adhesives, sealants, coatings, roofing, and waterproofing products must meet the relevant IEQ Credit 4: Low-Emitting Materials requirements to contribute toward the credit. Important that doors meet this requirement Example: Flush FSC Wood Doors Recycled Content – Door Opening Solutions The recycled content fraction is the sum of all postconsumer recycled content plus one-half of the preconsumer content. Hollow Metal 30-60% Wood Doors 20-85% Hardware 50-68% Regional Material Regionally sourced/manufactured materials and products that have been extracted, harvested or recovered, as well as manufactured within 500 miles of the project site Rapidly Renewable Rapidly Renewable building materials and products are made from plants that are typically harvested within a 10-year or shorter cycle. Agrifiber cores made from wheat straw 45 min fire rating available Example: Thermal Fused Flush Wood Door, Agrifiber Core Certified Wood Certified Wood content value is determined by multiplying the certified wood content fraction of the assembly (based on weight) by the cost of the assembly. Note: Only virgin wood stock shall contribute towards the certified wood criteria. Certified wood shall not contribute to the rapidly renewable criteria. All vendors, except those installing, that invoice FSC products must have a Chain of Custody (COC) number Example: Stile and Rail Door, FSC Wood Indoor Environmental Quality Categories impacted by Door Opening Solutions IEQp2 – Environmental Tobacco Smoke Control (prerequisite) IEQc2 – Acoustic Environment IEQc3.2 – Construction Indoor Air Quality Management Plan Before Occupancy IEQc4 - Low-Emitting Materials IEQc5 – Indoor Chemical & Pollutant Source Control IEQc8.1-.2 – Daylight & Views IEQ Prerequisite 2 – Environmental Tobacco Smoke Control For residential healthcare occupancies only where accommodation for resident smoking is programmatically mandated All exterior doors in the residential units shall be gasketed to minimize leakage from outdoors. Example: Custom Sketch Veneer Door with Perimeter Gasketing IEQ Credit 2 – Acoustic Environment Provide building occupants with an indoor healing environment free of intrusive or disruptive levels of sound. Door Opening Solutions can assist with Option 1 (1 Point) - Sound Isolation Design sound isolation to achieve speech privacy, acoustic comfort and minimal annoyance from noise producing sources. Door Opening Solutions rated from STC 27 - 55 Example: STC 54 Door with Solid Core, Frame and Drop Seal IEQ Credit 3.2 – Construction Indoor Air Quality Management Plan – Before Occupancy To reduce indoor air quality (IAQ) problems resulting from construction or renovation to promote the comfort and well-being of construction workers and building occupants OPTION 1. Flush Out OPTION 2. Air Testing Conduct baseline IAQ testing after construction ends and prior to occupancy using testing protocols consistent with the EPA Compendium of Methods for the Determination of Air Pollutants in Indoor Air and as additionally detailed in the LEED Reference Guide for Green Building Design and Construction, 2009 Edition Healthcare Supplement. Project teams specifying all interior products meeting GREENGUARD Children & Schools testing will assist with IEQ 3.2 compliance. IEQ Credit 4 – Low-Emitting Materials Reduce the quantity of indoor air contaminants that are odorous, irritating and/or harmful to the comfort and well-being of installers and occupants. One point (maximum four) can be achieved for each group of materials that comply with the requirements. GROUP 1: Interior Adhesives and Sealants GROUP 2: Wall and Ceiling Finishes GROUP 3: Flooring GROUP 4: Composite Wood, Agrifiber and Batt Insulation Products GROUP 5: Exterior Applied Products Group 1 – Interior Adhesives & Sealants This credit only applies to materials applied within the weatherproofing system however, pre-finished doors and preinstalled glazing will allow LEED projects to avoid applying materials onsite. Example: Integrated Door Opening Assembly Group 2 – Wall & Ceiling Finishes All gypsum board, acoustical ceiling systems and wall coverings (doors) installed in the building interior must meet the testing and product requirements of the California Department of Health Services Standard Practice for the Testing of Volatile Organic Emissions from Various Sources Using Small-Scale Environmental Chambers, including 2004 Addenda (CA 01350). Recommend GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality certification (or similar) for Door Opening Solutions Group 4 – Composite Wood, Agrifiber Products Composite wood and agrifiber products used on the interior of the building (i.e., inside the weatherproofing system) shall contain no added urea-formaldehyde (NAUF) resins. Composite wood and agrifiber products are defined as particleboard, medium density fiberboard (MDF), plywood, wheat board, strawboard, panel substrates and door cores. Specify wood doors containing NAUF IEQ Credit 5 – Indoor Chemical & Pollutant Source Control Minimize building occupant exposure to potentially hazardous particulates and chemical pollutants. Where hazardous gases or chemicals may be present or used—garages, soiled utility areas, sterilization and disinfection areas, housekeeping/laundry areas and copying/printing rooms— exhaust each space sufficiently to create negative pressure with respect to adjacent spaces with the doors to the room closed. For each of these spaces, specify closers on all door openings to provide self-closing doors. Example: Stile and Rail Door with Gasketing and EAC IEQ Credit 8.1/.2 – Daylight & Views Provide building occupants a connection to the outdoors through the introduction of daylight and views into the regularly occupied areas of the building. Adding glazing, toplights and sidelights to door openings will assist healthcare projects in achieving this LEED credit. Example: Split Leaf Thermal Fused Door with Privacy Sidelight Special Healthcare Applications Antimicrobial Technologies Help hospital leadership implement, expand, or improve their JCAHOrequired program to manage and reduce nosocomial infections. State of the art active surfaces that work to inhibit microbial populations on environmental surfaces. Element of a program to reduce surface contamination that contributes to hospital maintenance risks. Improving hygiene without increasing operating costs. 48 Special Healthcare Applications Medical Bearing Hinges Self-lubricating with high resistance to wear Uniquely designed to provide clean and quiet hinge operation Special Healthcare Applications Multi-Point Hold Open Closer with Swing-Free Arm Patient Room, Corridor, and Stairwell use Can be provided with or without smoke detector Door operates as if no closer installed In case of fire, door automatically closes from any position 50 Special Healthcare Applications Door Closer with Motion Sensor Minimizes tactile contact from multiple occupants passing through the opening Low Energy alternative to automatic operators This Concludes the Educational Program Thank you for attending! What additional questions do you have about the program? Please fill out the Form B AIA/CES HWS & SD, GBCI/CEU Credits PDF of today’s presentation Request Certificate Aaron C. Smith, LEED AP BD+C 612.325.5719 [email protected] How To Get More Information? Codes: National Fire Protection Association: International Code Council (ICC): www.nfpa.org www.iccsafe.org ASHRAE www.ashrae.org Organizations: Construction Specifications Institute: Window & Door Manufacturers Assoc: www.csinet.org www.wdma.com Architectural Woodwork Institute: Door and Hardware Institute: United States Green Building Council: International Living Building Institute www.awinet.org www.dhi.org www.usgbc.org www.ilbi.org AIA 2030 Challenge: www.architecture2030.org Specification Support 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 08 06 11 11 13 14 14 14 17 34 34 34 39 71 71 13 19 00 16 23 33 00 00 49 73 53 00 – – – – – – – – – – – – – Door Hardware Schedule Hollow Metal Doors & Frames Stainless Steel Doors & Frames Sanitary HM Doors & Frames Flush Wood Doors Clad Wood Doors Stile & Rail Wood Doors Integrated Door Assemblies Bullet Resistant Doors & Frames Radiation Shielding Doors & Frames Sound Control Assemblies Blast Resistant Doors Door Hardware Specification Support 08 71 13 – Automatic Door Operators 08 74 00 – Access Control Hardware 28 13 00 – Access Control Site Mgmt System Coordinate Related Sections: 01 81 13 – Sustainable Design Requirements 08 42 29 – Automatic Entrances 08 42 33 – Revolving Door Entrances 08 42 36 – Balanced Door Entrances 08 42 43 – ICU/CCU Entrances 27 52 13 – Patient Monitoring/Telemetry Systems 27 52 23 – Nurse Call & Code Blue Systems 28 13 00 – Access Control 28 16 00 – Intrusion Detection 28 23 00 – Video Surveillance 28 46 00 – Electronic Detention Monitoring & Control Systems How can we help today?