Agenda - Minnesota Department of Transportation

Report
The New Mn/DOT Maple Grove
Truck Station and Maintenance Center
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AGENDA
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Introductions
Team Involvement
Program
Consolidation
Memorial
Site Analysis
Sustainability &
Strategies
Construction
Questions
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Introductions
PRESENTERS
Minnesota Department of Transportation
Tom Lehmann
Architectural Supervisor for the Building Services Office in
Maintenance
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Kodet Architectural Group
 Edward Kodet, Jr.
FAIA, LEED AP BD+C, President, Principal-in-Charge
Ken Stone
AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Vice-President
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Team Involvement
Minnesota Department of Transportation Team Involvement
Bev Farraher
John Hanzalik
Bill Augello
John Howard
Bob Miller
John LeMire
Charlie Giddings
Julie Libonate
Chris Kufner
Kim Baldwin
David Jones
Mark Pavelich
DeWayne E. Jones
Mike Bauer
Doug Thies
Pat Jeffrey
Gail Andersen
Ron Lagerquist
Glenn Heapy
Ron Simmer
Jack Pirkl
Stan Waletko
Jane Marah
Tom Lehmann
Jeff O'Brien
Jeff Streeter
John Bieniek
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Program
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The program was an
interactive process where
Mn/DOT stakeholders were
involved in items affecting
the design and function.
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Consolidation
Mn/DOT Golden Valley
Working Drawing of Mn/DOT Maple Grove
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Relocation of equipment from
Golden Valley to the Maple Grove
Maintenance Facility
Mn/DOT Golden Valley
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Consolidation
4 welding bays with 1
overhead bridge crane
Storage for 27 vehicles with 2
wash bays and monorail crane
34 vehicle maintenance
stalls with 4 overhead
bridge cranes
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Consolidation
The field supply / inventory
center is designed in the
center of the building.
Access for
maintenance crews
Mechanic and
maintenance secure
pick-up counter
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Deliveries and field supply
pick-up counter
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Memorial to John Hanzalik
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Site Analysis & Sustainability
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Sustainability
Geothermal wells
for cooling.
SUSTAINABLE SITE DESIGN
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Erosion and Sedimentation Control
Conserve Existing Site Features
Stormwater Management
Drought-resistant Plantings
Natural Site Drainage
Orientation for Daylighting
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Sustainability
GEOTHERMAL TECHNOLOGY
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Uses constant ground temperature to cool the building
Reduces cooling costs
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Sustainability
BUILDING STRATEGIES
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Building Placement
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Reduce Energy Use
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No Tobacco Use
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Minimize Work Space
Contaminants
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Air Circulation to Control
Moisture
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Acoustics and Positive Soundscapes
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Personal Control of IEQ Conditions
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Flexible Planning of Interior Environments
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Distance to Natural Light
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Quality of Artificial Light
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South Facing Monitors – Daylighting Study
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Sustainability
DAYLIGHTING STRATEGIES
Day-lit floor areas:
 57% of the total building
 70% of regularly occupied areas
Automated daylighting control:
 54% of the total building
Window to Floor area Ratio (WFAR):
 10%
View Spaces and Window Access
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Sustainability
DAYLIGHTING / LIGHTING
CONTROL STRATEGIES
Stepped Daylighting controls
with occupancy sensors in:
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Offices with windows.
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Vehicle work areas with
skylights.
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Sustainability
MECHANICAL STRATEGIES
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95% efficient gas boiler
90% efficient Make-up air units
HVAC at offices: Water to water Heat
pump VAV system
Cooling in office spaces from geothermal
In-floor heat in office and mechanics
shop
Use Efficient Equipment and Controls
Ease of Access to Equipment
Commissioning of System
Post-Occupancy Training
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Sustainability
ENERGY SAVINGS
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Energy Savings of $64,000/Year (4.3 Year Payback), or 54%
Energy Savings
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Xcel Rebate of $20,000 to $27,000
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After Rebate, Payback is 4 Years
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54% Electric Consumption Savings
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69% Gas Consumption Savings
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Sustainability
SUSTAINABLE DESIGN STRATEGIES
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Basic Good Design Values
Sustainable Site
Recycling and Recycle Materials
Energy Efficiency
High Level of Maintenance and
Monitoring
Good Indoor Air Quality
Efficient Building Elements
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Strategies
MATERIAL STRATEGIES
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Specify Low-Emitting Materials
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High Recycled Content
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Locally / Regionally Produced
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Rapidly Renewable Materials
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Ability to be Reused, Recycled
or are Biodegradable
Materials Boards
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Construction Status
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Construction Status
Completed construction is slated for the end of September, 2012.
We anticipate leading tours of the completed facility later this year.
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Questions?
Minnesota Department of Transportation
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Tom Lehmann
Architectural Supervisor for the Building Services Office in
Maintenance
[email protected]
Kodet Architectural Group
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Edward Kodet, Jr.
FAIA, LEED AP BD+C, President, Principal-in-Charge
[email protected]
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Ken Stone
AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Vice-President
[email protected]
Thank You!
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