This book presents 18 in-depth case studies of net zero energy buildingslow-energy building that generate as much energy as they consume over the course of a yearfor a range of project types, sizes, and U.S. climate zones. Each case study describes the owner’s goals, the design and construction process, design strategies, measurement and verification activities and results, and project costs.
With a year or more of post-occupancy performance data and other project information, as well as lessons learned by project owners and developers, architects, engineers, energy modelers, constructors, and operators, each case study answers the questions:
- What were the challenges to achieving net zero energy performance, and how were these challenges overcome? How would stakeholders address these issues on future projects?
- Are the occupants satisfied with the building? Do they find it comfortable? Is it easy to operate?
- How can other projects benefit from the lessons learned on each project?
- What would the owners, designers, and constructors do differently knowing what they know now?
A final chapter aggregates processes to engage in and pitfalls to avoid when approaching the challenges peculiar to designing, constructing, and owning a net zero energy building.
By providing a wealth of comparable information, this book which will flatten the learning curve for designing, constructing, and owning this emerging building type and improve the effectiveness of architectural design and construction.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||7.50(w) x 9.75(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
Linda Reeder, FAIA, LEED AP is an Associate Professor at the School of Engineering, Science and Technology of Central Connecticut State University. She practiced as an architect for more than a decade before becoming a professor in the Construction Management program. She has previously published a book and numerous articles on sustainable design and construction.
Table of Contents
Introduction Part I: Office Buildings 1. Bullitt Center 2. DPR Construction Phoenix Regional Office 3. National Renewable Energy Laboratory Research Support Facility 4. Packard Foundation Headquarters 5. Wayne N. Aspinall Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse Part II: Educational and Community Buildings 6. Berkeley West Branch Public Library 7. Bosarge Family Education Center 8. Center for Sustainable Landscapes 9. Hood River Middle School Music and Science Building 10. Lady Bird Johnson Middle School 11. Locust Trace AgriCenter Academic Building 12. Painters Hall Community Center Part III: Retail 13. TD Bank Cypress Creek Branch 14. Walgreens in Evanston Part IV: Production Homes and Multi-Family Housing 15. Camp Lejeune Midway Park Duplex 16. Eco-Village Community 17. zHome Townhomes 18. Paisano Green Community Public Housing Part V: Lessons Learned 19. Shared Lessons for Future Net Zero Energy Projects