AOC Presentation

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AOC Presentation to DBIA
United States Capitol Complex
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Charles Iliff
Anna Franz
Director of Sustainability
and Energy, AOC
Director Planning and
Project Management, AOC
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Agenda
About the Architect of the Capitol
• AOC’s Campus & Mission
Design Build Projects:
• E85 Refueling Station
• Energy Savings Performance Contracts
• United States Capitol
• House Office Buildings
• Senate Office Buildings
• Cannon Renewal – Integrated Design Process
• Senate Underground Garage – Potential future project
• U.S. Capitol Dome Restoration
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About the Architect of the Capitol
AOC’s Campus & Mission
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About the Architect of the Capitol
AOC’s Campus & Mission
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About the Architect of the Capitol
AOC’s Campus & Mission
“Serve Congress and the Supreme Court, preserve America’s Capitol
and inspire memorable experiences for our visitors”
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17.4 million square feet of facilities and 550 acres
of historic buildings and grounds
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Includes U.S. Capitol, Senate and House Office
Buildings, Library of Congress, Supreme Court,
Botanic Garden, others
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Production and distribution of steam and chilled
water to more than 25 buildings
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Assets entrusted to our care must continue to
meet Legislative, Judicial, and public needs while
maintaining historical preservation focus
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About the Architect of the Capitol
AOC’s Campus & Mission
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Architect of the Capitol
Design Build and other Projects
Design Build Projects:
• Authority for Design Build projects – past 5 years
• E85 Refueling Station
• Energy Savings Performance Contracts
• United States Capitol
• House Office Buildings
• Senate Office Buildings
• Cannon Renewal – Integrated Design Process
• Senate Underground Garage – Potential future project
• U.S. Capitol Dome Restoration
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Architect of the Capitol
Design Build and other Projects
E85:
• E85 Refueling Station 2008
• AE-1 one month AECOM (HSMM)
• AE2 and construction 6 month ERM
and Tanks Direct
• $800,000 Renovation existing AOC
refueling facility
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Architect of the Capitol
Energy Savings Performance Contracts
Implemented 3 ESPCs in 14 buildings - $93 million in infrastructure upgrades
• United States Capitol
– 29% annual energy reduction over a 10 year term
– Partnered with Ameresco
– Construction 2009-2012
• House Office Buildings
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23% annual energy reduction over a 16 year term
32% annual water usage reduction
Partnered with Noresco, LLC
Construction 2009-2012
• Senate Office Buildings
– 35% annual energy reduction over a 14 year term
– Partnered with Ameresco
– Construction 2009-2013
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Implementing ESPCs in Historic Buildings
Energy Savings Performance Contracts
Challenges
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Adapt 18th, 19th, and 20th century
facilities to 21st century standards
of energy and sustainability
Work in historic, emblematic
facilities of national and
worldwide significance
Preservation of priceless artwork
Uninterrupted legislative
operations
Minimize impacts to building
occupants – be invisible
High-volume public access
Tight security
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Implementing ESPCs in Historic Buildings
United States Capitol
Partnership Details
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$14 million partnership with Ameresco
and Banc of America Leasing & Capital
Detailed energy survey conducted in
2008-2009; contract award in 2009
Four primary ECMs
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HVAC Controls Upgrades
AHU 18 Replacement
Energy Efficient Lighting Upgrades
Steam Trap Replacements
Total savings goals
– 29% reduction in energy usage
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Implementing ESPCs in Historic Buildings
United States Capitol
Implementation Scope
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33 AHUs converted from pneumatic to DDC
Wireless space temperature feedback
Night/weekend control setbacks
Ongoing training program for BAS operators to
monitor/diagnose energy-related deficiencies
AHU-18 HVAC system replacement with a
variable-air volume (VAV) system to enhance
humidity and temperature control
12,900 lamp/ballast efficiency upgrades
670 steam trap replacements
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Implementing ESPCs in Historic Buildings
House Office Buildings
Partnership Details
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$34 million partnership with NORESCO,
LLC and Bostonia Partners
Detailed energy survey conducted in
2008; contract award in 2009
Four primary ECMs
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Energy Efficient Lighting Upgrades
HVAC Controls Upgrades
Water Conservation Measures
Steam Trap Replacements
Total savings goals
– 23% reduction in energy usage
– 32% reduction in water usage
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Implementing ESPCs in Historic Buildings
House Office Buildings
Implementation Scope
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34,200 lamp/ballast upgrades in 6 buildings
Occupancy sensors, daylight harvesting, day/night
scheduling & bi-level lighting in select areas
Solar fiber optic accent lighting
77 AHUs converted from pneumatic to DDC
Wireless space temperature feedback
Night/weekend control setbacks
Duct sealing
Demand ventilation
78 steam trap replacements
2,700 low flow, automated plumbing fixture
upgrades
Green roof demonstration
Condensate harvesting for fountain make-up water
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Implementing ESPCs in Historic Buildings
House Office Buildings
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Environmental stewardship & recycling a key contract component
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All lamps/ballasts properly recycled with documented “death” certificates
All metal debris recycled as much as possible
All packaging/shipping containers recycled or reused
All removed plumbing fixtures ground down and used as aggregate for road
construction
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Implementing ESPCs in Historic Buildings
Senate Office Buildings
Partnership Details
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$42 million partnership with Ameresco
and Banc of America Leasing & Capital
Detailed energy survey conducted in
2008-2009; contract award in 2009
Five primary ECMs
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HVAC Controls Upgrades
Lighting Retrofits and Controls
Transformer Upgrades
HVAC Testing, Adjusting, and
Balancing
– Removable Insulation Covers
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Total savings goals
– 35% reduction in energy usage
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Implementing ESPCs in Historic Buildings
Senate Office Buildings
Implementation Scope
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99 AHUs/EFUs converted from pneumatic to DDC
Wireless and wired space temperature feedback
Night/weekend and critical zone control setbacks;
optimized start/stop strategies
1,400 VAV box replacements
Cog belt replacements
Coil cleaning
Door seals & weather stripping
44,300 lamp/ballast efficiency upgrades
Large expansion of lighting control system
134 transformer upgrades
Removable insulation covers installed on steam
valves
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Energy Savings Highlights
FY2013
Energy Intensity Reductions Percentage
AOC Energy Reduction FY 2003-2015
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-21.8
-25.2
-27
-30
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Energy Savings Highlights
FY 2013
AOC FY 2012 (22%)
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Energy Savings Highlights
Recent Accomplishments
$2.7 Million
6 Million
Dollars saved through new
energy reductions
Square footage of buildings
retro-commissioned
25%
$14 Million
Energy reduction from FY 2003
baseline, exceeding the FY 2013 goal
20%
Reduction in our greenhouse gas
footprint from a FY 2008 baseline
In building energy
improvements re-allocated
from utility accounts
230
Meters installed
85 Million
Gallons of water saved from a
FY 2007 baseline
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Cannon House Office Building Renewal
• Completed 1908
• Never had complete renewal
• 10 year project to renew
entire building
• One wing every two years
from 2015-2025
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SUG Renovations & Landscape Restoration
Overview - Aerial
Area of construction
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SUG Renovations & Landscape Restoration
Timeline
1932:
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Garage, upper plaza & fountain
original construction
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SUG Renovations and Landscape Restoration
Program Elements
Garage:
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Senate Staff Parking – 187 spaces
Car Wash
Senate Fountain Mechanical Room
Capitol Grounds Offices & Shops
Pedestrian Tunnel to RSOB
C Street Tunnel and Associated Shops
Hardscape:
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Upper Plaza and Senate Fountain
Cascading Wall Fountain
Infrastructure supporting fountains
Lower Plaza
Senate Reflecting Pool
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SUG Renovations & Landscape Restoration
Proposed Schedule
Proposed Schedule:
August 2012:
Award AE-1 Design
May 2013:
AE-1 Design Complete
2015:
RFP for Design-Builder
(Subject to authorization & appropriation)
2016:
Construction Start
(Subject to authorization & appropriation)
2017:
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Construction Complete
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U.S. Capitol Dome Restoration
• 150+ years old
• Cast iron from 1850s-1860s
• Last restored 1960
• Multi-year project underway
will repair 1,000+ cracks
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Upcoming Work
• Exterior envelope repair and restoration
(stone)
• Energy Projects
• Fort Meade Storage Modules
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