1. Marco Iacampo - Green Building Credits- City of

Report
The Next Frontier for
TDM
Marco Iacampo, City of Toronto
 Green Building Movement
 Whole Building Energy
 Alternative Commuting Credit (LEED
EB:OM)
 Case Study: Exchange Tower, Toronto
 New Opportunities
Location
Water
- Demand &
conservation
IEQ
-Occupant
comfort
Energy
- Envelope
- HVAC
Waste &
Materials
- Reduce
- Reuse
- Recycle
Profile
Create
sustainable
communities
$
Cost
Savings
Recruitment/
Retention
Operating Use vs. Transportation
Use
Average Commute Distance
20 km
Average fuel economy
Work days
9 km/liter
235 days/yr
Average fuel consumption per
year
1,030 liters/yr
Transportation – energy use
per employee/year
381 kWh/m2/yr
Operating – energy use per
Employee/year
293 kWh/m2/year
Wilson, Navaro: Environmental Building News
% Transportation exceeds
Operating
137%
30%
Baseline
Green
Building
BOMA BESt/GO GREEN
 Canadian standard for sustainability certification – existing
buildings
 1 billion square feet of commercial real estate
Toronto Green Standard
 Applies to new development in Toronto
R-2000
 Technical performance standard for new homes
 Leadership in Energy & Environmental
Design (LEED)
 Third-party rating system
 Internationally recognized benchmarking
 Holistic Approach to building performance
 Recognizes magnitude of transportation
energy and impacts on human health and
GHG emissions
SUSTAINABLE SITES
Alternative Commuting Transportation
SS
WE
EA
MR
EQ
Credit 4
3 - 15 Points
IO
RP
Building Profile:
130 King St. W, Toronto
Built: 1981
Home of TSX
36 floors of office space
992 parking spaces
1,000,000+ sq. ft
3,030 building occupants
 Develop commuter
survey & sampling
approach
 Marketing Plan
 Methodology &
Quantification Report
 Ongoing Commuter
Workplace Program
1. Determine number of Exchange Tower
employees that use sustainable
methods of commuting to work.
2. Understand current commuting
behaviours and travel patterns to inform
a TDM plan.
LEED
SSc4
Formal
Commuter
Program
Occupant
Commuter
Survey
Smart
Commute TMA
module v.2
SCAQMD Rule
2202
Quantify
Compliance
Room for
Improvement?
Retry
Satisfied?
Document
Compliance
COMMUTER SURVEY
 Variation of the Smart Commute survey
 Online and paper versions
TIMING
 ‘Typical workweek’ in the Fall 2010
PROMOTIONS & INCENTIVES
 Desk drop, lobby posters, media screens, onsite
event
SAMPLING
 Random sample of occupants
 Established threshold: +/3 pts. 95% confidence
QUALITY CONTROLS
 IP restriction to prevent multiple online surveys
 Cross-referenced tenant list
 Comparison with aggregated data – comparable
properties
Conventional
Commuting
Alternative
Commuting
 SOV
 Transit
 Conventionally
powered
 Cycle & walk
 Carpool
 Telecommute
 AWA
BASELINE
 Fuel-efficient
vehicle
SURVEY SAMPLE
Q5: How did you commute to work each day last
week?
Drive
Alon
e
Monday
Transit
X
Wednesda
y
X
Friday
Walk
Telework
Taxi
I didn’t commute
(i.e. sick day,
vacation)
X
Tuesday
Thursday
Cycle
X
X
[SUSTAINABLE TRIPS : SOV] – NONTRIPS
RCCT 95%
% RCCT
POINTS
10.00%
3
13.75%
4
17.50%
5
21.25%
6
25.00%
7
31.25%
8
37.50%
9
43.75%
10
50.00%
11
56.25%
12
62.50%
13
68.75%
14
75.00%
15
Methodology &
Protocols Report:
• Letter of
Attestation
• Narrative
description of
survey
implementation
• Results Analysis
• Credit template
First LEED® Gold
Certified building in
Canada in partnership
with TMA
Smart Commute
program:
 Carpool Zone Service
 Ongoing Employee
Engagement events
 Monitoring & Reporting
 Proven LEED® program
 Recruit new clients
 Cost-effective approach
 New revenue stream
 Secure long-term commitment to
Smart Commute workplace
program

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