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THE HOPE TRAINING

&
FACILITY CENTER
807 & 811 W BUCKEYE ROAD
PHOENIX, AZ 85007

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I N TA 3 3 2 : E N V I R O N M E N TA L & S U S T I N A B L E D E S I G N
M I L E S TO N E 5 TA S K 2
F A C U LT Y : D R . L I S A T U C K E R C R O S S
D U E D AT E : 1 2 . 8 . 1 8
CAT ZEMAN DESIGN
• Section 1: Project Overview……………… pp. 3
• Section 2: Location and Transportation… pp. 21
• Section 3: Water Efficiency……………….. pp. 26
TABLE OF • Section 4: Materials and Resources……... pp. 32
CONTENTS • Section 5: Energy and Atmosphere……... pp. 51
• Section 6: Indoor Environmental Quality.. pp. 59
• Section 7: Evaluating Performance……… pp. 64
• Section 8: Occupant Experience………… pp.66
SECTION 1 PROJECT OVERVIEW
CLIENT PROFILE & PROJECT STATEMENT

The Hope Training and Facility Center is a 15,000 square foot commercial building located in the Central City South neighborhood
of Phoenix, AZ. This organization will use this facility for three uses: a vocational training in green technologies; a community
outreach center for sustainable design education; and as staff offices. In order to “walk the talk” of The Hope Center’s mission, this
facility’s goal is to attain Gold or Platinum LEED ID+C certification, in addition to meeting current ADA accessibility guidelines and
Universal design standards.

The structure is an existing single story 15,000 square foot building, with a footprint of ~106’ x 154’. The building construction is
reinforced concrete block (CMUs) with brick veneer. The existing building consists of a core with a main corridor, utility closets, and
public restrooms, as well as four separate tenant spaces. The building tenant demising walls are already in place. The client will
occupy the entire floor, the main corridor and demising walls may be retained or removed. Exterior doors and windows may not
be moved or altered. A designer has been retained to complete the space planning, using sustainable design to achieve an LEED
ID+C Gold or Platinum certification and make the FF&E selections.
The total budget for the project is $700,000.00. This must include all FF&E, overhead costs, profit, etc. The cost estimate for the
project should not exceed $52.00 per square foot. The systems furniture budget is $7,000.00 per workstation.

The project must include the following areas:


• Reception Area

• Job Training Facilities [inclusive of separate Standard & Green Job Training Areas]
• Staff Offices
• Sustainable Community Center [including a catering & training kitchen]

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DESIGN CONCEPT

The Hope Training and Facility Center will be a shining example of what sustainable design can
achieve. The community will witness the innovative techniques implemented in order to create a
structure which supports and coexists peacefully its surroundings. The exterior’s primary
inspiration is that of nearby Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin West home. Locally sourced materials will
be incorporated to achieve this and to maintain sustainable building practices. The colors of the
desert will be highlighted – the sandy dirt tones of the surrounding mountains and the muted sage
greens of the native succulent vegetation and the truest bluest blues of the perpetually sunny
skies. All design decisions will challenged with the question of ”can this be done more
sustainably?” The goal is not only to achieve LEED ID+C v4 Platinum certification, but to inspire
the surrounding community and instill a sense of responsibility for sustainable building practices
and protecting our natural environment.

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- CLIENT REQUIREMENTS -

Space Description and Furniture and Equipment Requirements:


Adequate furnishings will be needed for all the areas of the space. These selections should support your design concept and suit the client’s sustainable
preferences. Use systems furniture for flexible work spaces

The Hope Community Training and Outreach Center will have three major components: Employment Training facilities, staff offices, and sustainable
community education center.

Reception area – this is a check in point for anyone needing access to staff offices, and standard and green job training areas. It does not have to physically
be next to all three areas but the receptionist must be able to visually monitor access to all three areas from the reception desk. You may choose to have this
area also be the main access point for the Community Center, although the community center can have a separate entrance.
• Reception desk and task chair
• Waiting area with lounge seating to accommodate 6-8
• Adjacent to main training entrance

Job Training Facilities


The client requests that the training facility be broken into two separate job training areas:
1.) Standard Job Training area
2.) Green Job Training Area

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- CLIENT REQUIREMENTS –
[CONTINUED]

Standard Job Training Area


• 3 classrooms
o Training tables to accommodate 15 students (tables can be shared between students)
o 15 stackable or nesting chairs
o Instructor desk (no storage needed) and task chair
o Whiteboard wall that can also act as projector screen
• 1 large meeting room with table(s) and seating for 10, furniture should be flexible to reconfigure depending on use – seminars, meetings, workshops, etc.
• 2 small meeting rooms that can accommodate 2-4 for interview training and one on one meetings – lounge seating or conference seating is acceptable
• “Dress for Success” type retail space – this space will offer in-house retail job training
o Cash wrap
o 200 sq ft sales floor for display of second hand men’s and women’s business attire
o 2 dressing rooms with mirror and bench (1) ADA accessible dressing room
o Can be locked and secure when closed

Green Job Training Area- students of this space will gain in-house training in maintaining and operating green building features incorporated into
the overall building design
• 2 classrooms
o Training tables to accommodate 15 students (tables can be shared between students)
o 15 stackable or nesting chairs
o Instructor desk/table (no storage needed) and task chair
o Whiteboard that can also act as projector screen
• 1 large meeting room with table(s) and seating that should be flexible to reconfigure depending on use – seminars, meetings, workshops, etc
• 2 small meeting rooms that can accommodate 2-4 for interview training and one on one meetings - lounge seating or conference seating is acceptable
• Warehouse Workshop space for indoor green building construction and instruction
o Minimum 1,000 sq ft
o Construction equipment and workshop furniture provided by client
o Select durable finishes for walls and floors
o Consider noise control

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- CLIENT REQUIREMENTS –
[CONTINUED]
Staff Offices- there is a permanent staff of 6 and they request four shared workspaces for instructors or potential future growth of permanent staff
• (1) Records and files area
• (2) Private offices or workstation with door for administration staff (Director and COO)
o Casegoods or workstation
o 150sq ft
o Book case
o File storage
o Task chair
o 2 guest chairs
o Acoustical privacy with some visual privacy
• (4) workstations for permanent staff. Some staff may use space to advise students.
o Task chair
o 100Sq feet
o 1 task chair
o 1 guest chair
o File storage
o Semi-private space, with some acoustical and visual privacy
• (4) open workstations for instructors to share and future growth or organization
o 60-100 sq feet
o 1 task chair
o Minimal file storage need
o 1 guest chair
o Semi-private workstation- offer some acoustical and visual privacy
• Large conference room
o Conference table with seating for 10
o Small conference Room
o Seating for 4
• Staff Breakroom
o Kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave, sink
o Seating and dining for 10 employees
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- CLIENT REQUIREMENTS –
[CONTINUED]

Sustainable Community Center - The community center will house a multi-purpose room with catering and training kitchen and sustainable
community education center. The community center will offer educational programs, lectures, workshops and events related to urban ecology,
sustainable living, and “greening the home” as well as offer sustainable reference material to research on-site or purchase and even offer an indoor
Saturday farmers market. This part of the facility can be monitored by reception desk or have a separate entrance that is monitored by staff
manning sustainable community education center.
• Multi-Purpose Room- is open to community for sustainability, urban ecology, and ‘greening the home’ lectures and workshops, career fairs,
organization benefit dinners and fundraising events, as well as a Saturday indoor farmers market.
Ø Easy access to existing restrooms.
• Movable room divider to separate space into two smaller rooms
• When MPR is not divided it must accommodate up to 75 nesting chairs in auditorium style seating arrangement or 50 people at tables
o (75) Stackable or nesting chairs for lecture, workshops and benefit events
Ø Chair storage closet
o (5-10) Multi-purpose tables to accommodate a total of 50 people for classroom style lectures, workshops, dining tables or for product
display during Saturday farmers market
Ø Table storage closet
o White board that can also act as projector screen in both areas of MPR
• Catering and Training Kitchen
o Used for catering events held in MPR, for food service job training, sustainable and healthy cooking training sessions open to the public
o Commercial grade refrigerator, sink, dishwasher, stove, oven
o Max 20sq ft of prep and instruction surface with lockable storage below for pots, pans, utensils, and dishes
o Should be integrated into half of the MPR space so it can be enclosed with movable wall for smaller events or training sessions
• Sustainable Community Education Center
o Display area for sustainability and ecology literature- available to purchase or read in-house. Product must be locked when not open.
o Lounge seating area to accommodate up to 8 people.
o Information desk with task chair. Will have cashbox to buy product or take donations. Must have a location to lock it away.
o 1-2 tables with nesting chairs for reviewing material.
o Client would like this area to be open to or easily accessed from MPR.

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 9
SUSTAINABLE GOAL STATEMENT
LEED is an acronym for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design. It is a rating system allotting points to different categories
which contribute to a green building. The categories are Location & Transportation, Water Efficiency, Energy & Atmosphere, Materials
& Resources, Indoor Environmental Quality, Innovation and Regional Priority. There are subcategories of each which specify building
strategies that are either required or will earn a certain amount of points. For this project, the goal is to attain a LEED rating of Gold
(60-79 points) or Platinum (80+ points).

The LEED ID+C v4 checklist is on located on page 65. These categories encompass the end goal of creating better, healthier
buildings which are environmentally friendly to build, sustainable to maintain, energy-efficient over the long term and supportive of
the neighborhood and community. The Location & Transportation focus encourage building in previously developed areas, near
public transportation and existing commerce centers. The Water Efficiency group requires a baseline of indoor water use
consumption for fixtures, appliances & processes; it also awards points for reduction above that baseline. The Energy & Atmosphere
section includes required steps towards energy efficiency and developing a plan with a certified commissioning authority. Additional
points may be earned advancement above the baseline qualifications. Materials and Resources is concerned with responsible waste
management and recycling of construction/demolition materials. It awards points for environmentally responsible sourcing of raw
materials and ingredients, along with using materials created by certified “cradle to gate” manufacturers. Indoor Environmental
Quality pinpoints issues affecting the health of the humans inside the building, including not only air quality, but also thermal comfort
measures, sustainable lighting approaches and acoustic performances. Innovation awards points for utilizing a LEED accredited
professional in the building process and exploring new sustainable technologies. Regional Priority are specific to regions and credits
“address geographically specific environmental, social equity, and public health priorities.” [LEED v4 Regional Priority].

For this project, all of the these categories will be addressed. The design solution will feature innovative sustainable design practices
and principles so that The Hope Training and Facility Center can use the building as a means to educate the community on
sustainable building practices and the benefits of sustainable design.

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C R I T E R I A M AT R I X

X
X
THE HOPE FACILITY
X
X - OVERVIEW -
X *adjacent to main training entrance*
(1) RECEPTION AREA & (2) & (3)
500 Y Y Reception desk & task chair
X WAITING ROOM Lounge seating 6-8 people
X
X (2) STANDARD JOB - 3 classrooms - 1 large mtg room
X TRAINING AREA 2100 (1) Y Y - 2 small mtg rooms – retail space

X X
(3) GREEN JOB - 2 classrooms - 1 large mtg room
X X 2500
(1)
Y Y - 2 small mtg rooms – warehouse wksp
TRAINING AREA
X X

X 2 private offices – 4 perm wkst –


(4) STAFF OFFICES 1900 Y Y Y Y 4 open wkst – 1 lrg conf room, 1 sm
Conf room – breakroom w/ kitchenette
X

(5) SUSTAINABLE 3000 Y Y Y


COMMUNITY CENTER Multi purpose room, catering & training
Kitchen, education center

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C R I T E R I A M AT R I X – S TA N D A R D J O B T R A I N I N G A R E A

X
X THE HOPE FACILITY
X (2) STANDARD JOB
X TRAINING AREA
X
3 CLASSROOMS Training table [15ppl], 15 stacking chairs
~350 ea Y Y Y
X Instructor desk/chair;
X whiteboard wall/projector screen

X 1 LARGE MEETING ROOM ~300 Y Y Y Table & seating for 10; flexible
configuration
X X
X 2 SMALL MEETING ROOMS ~150 ea Y Y Y Table & seating for 2-4; lounge ok;
Interview training & one on one mtgs
X

RETAIL SPACE ~400 Y Y Y N - cash wrap – display area –


- 2 dressing rooms [1 ADA 6.6’x7’]

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C R I T E R I A M AT R I X – G R E E N J O B T R A I N I N G A R E A

X
X THE HOPE FACILITY
X (3) GREEN JOB
X TRAINING AREA
X
2 CLASSROOMS Training table [15ppl], 15 stacking chairs
~350 ea Y Y Y
X Instructor desk/chair;
X whiteboard wall/projector screen

X 1 LARGE MEETING ROOM ~300 Y Y Y Table & seating for 10; flexible
configuration
X X
X 2 SMALL MEETING ROOMS ~150 ea Y Y Y Table & seating for 2-4; lounge ok;
Interview training & one on one mtgs
X

WAREHOUSE WORKSPACE ~1000 N Y Y Y Durable finishes;


CONSIDER ACOUSTICS

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C R I T E R I A M AT R I X – S TA F F O F F I C E S

X
X THE HOPE FACILITY
X (4) STAFF OFFICES
X
X
RECORDS & FILES AREA ~100 Y Y N
X
X
Casegoods or workstation - Book case
X 2 PRIVATE OFFICES 150 ea. Y Y Y File storage -Task chair -2 guest chairs
Acoustical privacy w/some visual privacy
X X
X 4 WORKSTATIONS 100 ea Y Y - 1 task chair - 1 guest chair
File storage - Semi-private space,
X --- PERMANENT STAFF --- w/ some acoustical & visual privacy

4 WORKSTATIONS – OPEN 60-100 N Y - 1 task chair -Minimal file storage need


1 guest chair - Semi-private workstation
--- TO SHARE & FOR GROWTH offer some acoustical and visual privacy

LARGE CONFERENCE ROOM 300 Table & seating for 10

SMALL CONFERENCE ROOM 150 Table & seating for 4

BREAKROOM 300 Table & seating for 10; Kitchenette


with refrigerator, microwave, sink

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C R I T E R I A M AT R I X – S U S TA I N A B L E C O M M U N I T Y C E N T E R

X
X THE HOPE FACILITY
X (5) SUSTAINABLE
X COMMUNITY CENTER
X
5-10 Tables for 50 ppl; stackable chairs
MULTI PURPOSE ROOM [MPR]* ~2000 Y Y - for 75 ppl; movable room divider;
X --- CHAIR & TABLE STORGE whiteboard/projector both rooms
X CLOSETS
Commercial grade refrigerator,
X CATERING & TRAINING 200 ea. Y Y Y Y sink, dishwasher, stove, oven
KITCHEN** Max 20sq ft of prep are w/
X lockable storage below.

EDUCATION CENTER*** 500 ea Y Y - Display area (lockable)


Lounge seating area 8 ppl
Info desk & task chair. Secure
storage.
1-2 tables with nesting chairs

*Easy access to existing restrooms.


**Should be integrated into half of the MPR space so it can be enclosed with
movable wall for smaller events or training sessions
***Client would like this area to be open to or easily accessed from MPR.

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BUBBLE DIAGRAMS - I
GREEN JOB
TRAINING AREA
2500 sqft
LEGEND
CLASSROOM
DIRECT ACCESS 350 SQFT CLASSROOM
350 SQFT
ADJACENT
RETAIL CLASSROOM
400 SQFT 350 SQFT
CONVENIENT RECEPTION LRG CONF
MPR - 2000 SQFT 500 sqft 300 SQFT
VIEW SML CONF
150 SQFT
DAYLIGHT
SML CONF
KITCHEN – 200 SQFT 150 SQFT
PLUMBING
2 PRI OFF
150 EA
4 WKST

EDUCATION CENTER – 500 SQFT 4 WKST


SML CONF
WAREHOUSE SML CONF
15`0 SQFT 1000 SQFT 15`0 SQFT
LRG CONF
` 300 SQFT
SML CONF
BRKRM 150 SQFT
SUSTAINABLE EDUCATION 200
COMMUNITY CENTER
3000 sqft STAFF OFFICES CLASSROOM
1200 sqft CLASSROOM 350 SQFT
350 SQFT
STANDARD JOB
TRAINING AREA
2100 sqft
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GREEN JOB
BUBBLE DIAGRAMS - II
TRAINING AREA
2500 sqft
STANDARD JOB
TRAINING AREA
LEGEND 2100 sqfT SML CONF
DIRECT ACCESS 150 SQFT RETAIL
LRG CONF 400 SQFT
300 SQFT
ADJACENT CLASSROOM
350 SQFT CLASSROOM
CLASSROOM CLASSROOM 350 SQFT
SML CONF 350 SQFT
CONVENIENT 150 SQFT CLASSROOM RECEPTION 350 SQFT
350 SQFT
WAREHOUS 500 sqft
VIEW E SML CONF
1000 SQFT LRG CONF 150 SQFT
300 SQFT
DAYLIGHT
SML CONF
150 SQFT
PLUMBING
MPR - 2000 SQFT

4 WKST

2 PRI OFF
KITCHEN – 200 SQFT
SUSTAINABLE EDUCATION 4 WKST 150 EA
BRKRM
COMMUNITY CENTER
200
3000 sqft
LRG CONF
SML CONF 300 SQFT
EDUCATION CENTER – 500 SQFT 15`0 SQFT

STAFF OFFICES
1200 sqft

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BUBBLE DIAGRAMS - III GREEN JOB
LEGEND TRAINING AREA
STAFF OFFICES 2500 sqft
1200 sqft BRKRM
DIRECT ACCESS 200
CLASSROOM
350 SQFT
4 WKST CLASSROOM
R REMOTE 350 SQFT
LRG CONF
300 SQFT SML CONF
ADJACENT 15`0 SQFT
RETAIL LRG CONF
2 PRI OFF 400 SQFT R 300 SQFT
150 EA
CONVENIENT 4 WKST

SML CONF
VIEW CLASSROOM
150 SQFT
350 SQFT

DAYLIGHT SML CONF


150 SQFT
RECEPTION
PLUMBING
500 sqft
MPR - 2000 SQFT

SML CONF
150 SQFT
SML CONF
KITCHEN – 200 SQFT 150 SQFT
SUSTAINABLE EDUCATION CLASSROOM
CLASSROOM350 SQFT
COMMUNITY CENTER LRG CONF 350 SQFT
3000 sqft 300 SQFT
R
EDUCATION CENTER – 500 SQFT WAREHOUSE
1000 SQFT

STANDARD JOB
TRAINING AREA
CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER 2100 sqft pp. 18
educational use.
These drawings
are only for
REVISIONS
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PRIVATE PRIVATE 11.19 CZ
OFFICE OFFICE 11.28 CZ
150 sqft ADA
150 sqft DRESSING
DRESSING
ROOM ROOM
WAREHOUSE
RETAIL
WORKSPACE
SPACE
1000 sqft 5'-0" 400 sqft
LARGE CONFERENCE ROOM BREAKROOM

5'-0"
5'-0" 5'-0"
5'-0"
OPEN SMALL
5'-0"
WORKSPACE CONFERENCE
5'-0"
8 WORKSTATIONS ROOM

ENVIRONMENTAL & SUSTAINABLE DESIGN


5'-0" LARGE
CONFERENCE
FLOOR PLAN

5'-0" 5'-0"
SMALL SMALL ROOM
CONFERENCE CONFERENCE
LARGE CONFERENCE ROOM ROOM RECORDS/FILING ROOM 5'-0"
~150 SQFT AREA
5'-0"
RECEPTION
5'-0" 5'-0"

INTA332:

NOV/DEC 2018
5'-0"
COMMUTER

C ZEMAN
SHOWER 5'-0"

STORAGE ADA ELEVATOR


CLOSET 54"L x 80"W min.
5'-0"
EDUCATION (GREEN ROOF ACCESS) UP
5'-0" 5'-0"
SMALL CENTER
CONFERENCE 5'-0" 5'-0"
ROOM I
5'-0" 5'-0"
5'-0"
TABLE &
CATERING CHAIR
5'-0"
KITCHEN STORAGE
LARGE
LARGE LARGE
SMALL CLASSROOM 1I
CLASSROOM 1 CLASSROOM 1I
CONFERENCE 5'-0"
ROOM II 5'-0"

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5'-0"
MULTI PURPOSE ROOM

THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY


5'-0" 5'-0" MOVABLE/FOLDABLE 5'-0" 5'-0"
WALL
LARGE

807-811 W BUCKEYE RD
CLASSROOM I LARGE
CLASSROOM III

PHOENIX, AZ 85007
5'-0" 5'-0"
5'-0" 5'-0"

CENTER
5'-0"

1 FLOOR PLAN
A1 SCALE 14"=1'-0" C ZEMAN
DR. TUCKER CROSS
11.17.18
M2T2

A1
of _ SHEETS
4 4 4 4 4

2 2 KEY NOTES
2 2 1 Shared Plumbing wall

8 9 8 2 Glass interior walls for


3
FLOOR PLAN

daylighting
4 3 Open workspace [less
4 8 materials]
4 Daylighting
5
9 6 9 5 Water bottle filling
9 water fountains
7
4 6 Low flow & Dual Flush
6 1 6 Toilets

4 7 Waterless Urinals

4 4 8 Retain existing walls

9 Low flow faucets


4 4
4 4 4

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LOCATION
SECTION 2 &
TRANSPORTATION
C I T Y A N A LY S I S TA B L E : P H O E N I X , A Z
DESCRIPTION HOW WILL THIS IMPACT THE PROJECT? IMAGES
GEOGRAPHY: Climate: Phoenix, AZ is a desert climate. A desert climate Consideration will need to be made to mitigate the
• Climate has low annual rainfall [~9”} and relatively low humidity. heat from the sun while also harvesting its energy
• Topography & Summers are hot with temps in the 90’s+; winters are mild thru the use of solar panels on the roof. Due to the
Landscape with high temps in the 70’s & lows in the 40’s. There are an extremely low rainfall, landscaping will consist of
average of 325 sunny days a year (McClain). local sourced rocks and succulent plants. Exterior
Topography: Phoenix city limits include over 500 square building materials will need to be reflective so as not
miles of land. The center of the city, where the facility will be to absorb additional heat.
located is a flat valley, with mountains along the perimeter.
Figure 1.
PEOPLE: Demographics: The median age is 33 and the male/female The neighborhood the facility will be located in has a
• Demographics ratio is 1.0/1. 50% of families have children under the age of very population density; close to light rail and bus
• Population 18. 63% speak English & 31% speak Spanish. routes. The city has a 20-year Bicycle Master Plan in
• City Population Population: Phoenix is the 5th largest US city, with a 2017 place to create more bike lanes and resources & to
population of ~1.6MM (www.statisticalatlas.com). make other forms of transit friendly for bikes as well.
Density
City Population Density: ~3,165 people/square mile; low We would like to encourage public transportation
• Project Site compared to most major metro areas. and will provide very limited parking at the facility.
Neighborhood Project Site Neighborhood Population Density: The Hope We will provide ample & secure bike parking. This
Population Facility is located in the Central City neighborhood, will help toward achieving lead credits. Additionally,
Density specifically Tract 114302, which has a very high population due to the large number of young families, we may
density of 6,272 people/square mile. want to consider childcare options for
Figure 2.
staff/members.
The river valleys of Phoenix have long been settled by Phoenix is a vibrant city, a melting pot of many
CULTURE: indigenous peoples. It was settled by the white man in 1867 architectural styles. We will focus on incorporating
• Brief City History & became a trade center in 1880 when a railroad arrived green technology into a Frank Lloyd Wright –type
• Arts & (Barney). There is a thriving arts community in the city and approach of using the desert surroundings as
Entertainment many museums, with a specific focus on Southwest Native inspiration. We will source from local building and
• Common American-inspired art (www.visitphoenix.com). landscaping materials and furniture. We will
Architecture Pueblo & Pueblo Revival are common historical architectural highlight local artisans and artwork throughout the
style(s) & building style. Midcentury brought the Googie movement, which is facility. Our goal is for the facility to live in harmony
practices of past futuristic and eye catching. Frank Lloyd Wright has also with its environment.
influenced the architecture in the city Figure 3.
and present
(www.brittonmdg.com).

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LEGEND N E I G H B O R H O O D A N A LY S I S M A P
Bus Route
Street Parking
[convenient]
GR:D Bikeshare
Station

Possible parking lot


option

Non-residential Area NOTES:


Residential Area *nearest rail line is 0.9 miles
away; a ¼ mile walk from the N/S
bus route
Park
*there are churches on the block
with parking lots which may be
Grocery Store interested in renting/sharing
parking to/with The Hope Facility
during working hours
School

Family Health Center

Restaurants

Retail

Church

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 23
U S G B C U S E T Y P E S & C AT E G O R I E S

PARAMETERS: within ½ mile of site

YES
NO
NO NO
NO
YES - MULTIPLE
YES YES - MULTIPLE
NO NO
NO YES
NO YES - MULTIPLE
YES - MULTIPLE NO
NO NO
NO YES
NO YES - MULTIPLE
NO YES - MULTIPLE
NO YES
YES - MULTIPLE YES

807-811 W Buckeye Road is located in a heavily residential urban area. There are a few schools and parks within a ½ mile radius. There are also NAACP
offices, senior centers and a large psychiatric center. Access to transit is primarily buses; but there is a bike share station within a 1/2 mile. As noted, the
nearest rail station is ¼ mile away from the N/S bus route. There are multiple parking lots on the block for area churches. This site appears to be a reasonable
location convenient for the population in need of the services the facility will provide. The walkscore is 69, which means is it “somewhat walkable” & some
errands can be accomplished on foot (www.walkscore.com).

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S I T E A N A LY S I S M A P

Note: The building as measured in the


provided Autocad drawing is ~105’x154’.
This footprint does not fit into the lot
unless it is rotated 90 degrees. Rotating
the building this way will also minimize the
amount of windows subject to direct
southern exposure.

There are existing shade trees on the north


side of the lot along Buckeye Rd which
should be retained if possible. The
majority of sun will be oriented from the
south, so significant shading measures
during the hot summer months will need
to be implemented. During the cooler
winter months, we can take advantage of
the southern sun for passive heating. Solar
panels should be installed atop the flat
roof to collect energy which can be used
sunrise for the building; extra energy banked can
sunset be resold to local energy companies.
There are no tall buildings in the area to
block sunlight. The building will be
located with concrete/asphalt surround on
all sides, creating a heat island effect,
which can be mitigated by creating “living
roof” populated with sustainable
vegetation. Cactuses, agaves and aloe
plants can all be cultivated sustainably in
this desert climate.

noon
CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 25
SECTION 3 WATER EFFICIENCY
WATER CONSERVATION: LOW FLOW FIXTURES

The LEED ID+C v4 Water Efficiency


category requires that indoor water use is
reduced at least 20% from baseline. Low
flow fixtures can be installed for all
faucets, toilets and urinals. Toilets will be
ultra low flow that use no more than 1.28
gpf. Toilets will also be dual flush. High
efficiency faucets will have a flow rate of
no more than 1.5 gpm (“Switch to High-
Efficiency Plumbing Fixtures to Save
Water, Energy, and Money”). Waterless
urinals require minimal maintenance
every 2-4 months to replace the barrier
Figure 5.
liquid and trap (“How Do Waterless
Urinals Work?”). Additionally, the water
fountains can incorporate bottle filling
features encouraging staff and visitors to
refill water bottles rather than buy plastic
bottles.

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 27
WATER CONSERVATION: GREY WATER RECLAMATION

Grey water is used water from sinks, showers,


bathtubs and washing machines. It does not
contain human waste. This water can be
collected and reused for other water needs
such as plant watering or any non-potable
needs. Non potable needs could include toilet
refilling, cleaning water and washing machine
water. This results in a huge savings of not only
water but also the electrical energy required for
pumping. “A membrane bioreactor (MBR)
system is used to treat, store and reuse
the waste water for toilet flushing, irrigation, and
cooling systems. This reduces the fresh water
taken from the city’s water supply by over 75%
and decreases energy costs associated with
pumping” (“Commercial Scale Greywater
Systems”).

Figure 6.

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 28
WATER CONSERVATION: INSULATE PIPING

Insulating pipes allows keeps the hot water in the


pipe hotter for a longer amount of time. This
translates into water savings because the water will
not have to run in order to get hot. “Properly
insulating return piping also ensures that warmer
water will be supplied back to the hot water plant,
thus reducing the energy demand at the heating
plant. By properly insulating hot water pipes, heat
losses can be reduced and terminal fixture water
temperatures can be effectively raised without any
additional energy usage. When hot water is
immediately available, the user is less likely to
waste” (Spigarelli).
Earthwool 1000 is a sustainable pipe insulation
material created specifically for commercial use.
“Knauf Insulation Earthwool™ 1000° Pipe
Insulation is a molded, heavy-density, one-piece
insulation made from inorganic glass strands
Figure 7. bonded with ECOSE® Technology” (“Commercial
Pipe Insulation | Earthwool 1000”).

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 29
WATER CONSERVATION: LEAK PROOFING/LEAK REPAIR

Although roof leaking may not be an issue in


Phoenix, which averages 9” of rain annually, leaks
from pipes can be a source of wasted water. This
applies not only to the fixtures themselves, but also to
the main water lines running to the building.
Installing meters and submeters can help to detect
and find leaks before significant water waste &/or
pipe damage can occur. Leak detection systems can
notify maintenance staff of water leaks and ensure a
quick response before building walls, ceilings, and
equipment are permanently damaged. “Piping
dedicated lines to high-usage areas ensures that
pressure is maintained at the point of use. Isolating
zones in buildings also gives the end user the ability
to shut down areas where leaks have occurred
without interrupting the overall building usage. The
fundamental idea is ease of maintenance and
inspection” (Spigarelli).
Figure 8.

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 30
WATE R CONSE RVATI ON: COO L I NG WATE R TO W E R R E COV E R Y

Cooling towers are used in conjunction with air


conditioning systems to release waste heat into
the atmosphere. They are an opportunity reduce
water waste lost from condensation. Two factors
that can be controlled are drift and blowdown.
Drift are water droplets that are carried out of the
cooling tower with the exhaust air. Blowdown is
the removal of circulating water that contains
impurities. “Reducing blowdown to the minimum
level consistent with good operating practice
can conserve significant volumes of water.
Treating the condenser water by chemical means
usually reduces water loss. Installing conductivity
meters on blowdown lines helps reduce water
usage during the bleed/feed cycles. Drift can be
reduced by baffles or drift eliminators”
(Spigarelli).

Figure 9.

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 31
MATERIALS
SECTION 4 &
RESOURCES
PRIVATE PRIVATE
OFFICE OFFICE
150 sqft 150 sqft

educational use.
These drawings
are only for
F3 F3
5'-0" F2 F2 F2 F2 5'-0" 5'-0"

F10 F10
WAREHOUSE F8 F8 ADA REVISIONS
WORKSPACE F4 F4 DRESSING DRESSING F3
11.28.18 CZ
F3 1000 sqft ROOM ROOM F2 F2
F2
F2 F2 LARGE CONFERENCE ROOM
F2 F3
RETAIL F8
F3
OPEN WORKSPACE SPACE F4
F8 F2 F10 8 WORKSTATIONS F10 F2 5'-0" 400 sqft
F4 F2 F6
F8 F8

5'-0" F4 F4 LARGE
5'-0" 5'-0" CONFERENCE
BREAKROOM 5'-0" ROOM

F3 5'-0"
5'-0" SMALL
F10 F2 F2 CONFERENCE
F2 ROOM F3
LARGE CONFERENCE ROOM F2 F2 SMALL 5'-0"
F3 F2 CONFERENCE F8 F3 F2 F2

ENVIRONMENTAL & SUSTAINABLE DESIGN


5'-0" 5'-0" F7
F2 F2 F8 ROOM F4 F2 F2
F2

F2 ~150 SQFT F2 F8
F4 RECORDS/FILING SMALL
F8 F8 F4
F I NI SH E S P L AN

5'-0"
AREA CONFERENCE
ROOM
F4 F3 F4
5'-0"
F3 F7 F3
F2 F2 RECEPTION
F2 F2
F2 F7 5'-0"
F3 5'-0" F2 F3
F8 F2 F2 5'-0" F7
COMMUTER F2 F2 F8 F2 F2
F4 F2 F2 F2
SHOWER F6 5'-0"
F4 F2

NOV/DEC 2018
INTA332:
F8 F2
F8 F8

C ZEMAN
F4 F8
F5 STORAGE F3 ADA ELEVATOR
F4
CLOSET F4 54"L x 80"W min.
5'-0" F2 F2 (GREEN ROOF ACCESS) UP
5'-0" 5'-0"
SMALL F2
CONFERENCE F3 EDUCATION
ROOM I F3 F8 CENTER
F3 5'-0"
5'-0"
F2 F2
F6 F2 F4 F2 F6
F2 5'-0" 5'-0"
F2 F2
F8 5'-0" F3 F3
F8 F8
F4 TABLE & F2 F2 F2 F2
F5 CATERING CHAIR F5
F2 F2
5'-0"
KITCHEN STORAGE
LARGE F8 F8
CLASSROOM 1I
SMALL F4 F4
CONFERENCE F3 MULTI PURPOSE ROOM
5'-0"
ROOM II F3
F2 F2 5'-0"
F2 F2 F2
LARGE LARGE
F85'-0" F2
CLASSROOM 1
F8
CLASSROOM 1I aio.gif
F4
F4
F9

THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY


LARGE LARGE
F3 F3 F3
5'-0" CLASSROOM I 5'-0" MOVABLE/FOLDABLE 5'-0" CLASSROOM III 5'-0"
F2 F2 F2 F2 WALL F2 F2
F2 F2 F2

807 & 811 W BUCKEYE RD


F8 F8 F8
5'-0" 5'-0"
F4 5'-0" F4 F4

PHOENIX, AZ 85007
5'-0"

CENTER
5'-0"

1 FINISH PLAN NOTES:


A3 SCALE 1/8"=1'-0"
C ZEMAN
ALL EXTERIOR WINDOWS ARE F1 DR TUCKER CROSS
11.21.18
M3T1

A3
of _ SHEETS
F I NI SH SCH E DU L E – P P. 1

FIG 10

FIG 11

FIG 12

FIG 13

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 34
F I N I S H S C H E D U L E – P P. 2

FIG 14

FIG 15

FIG 16

FIG 17

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 35
F I N I S H S C H E D U L E P P. 3

FIG 18

FIG 19

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 36
educational use.
These drawings
PRIVATE PRIVATE
OFFICE F12 OFFICE

are only for


150 sqft 150 sqft
F15

5'-0" 5'-0" REVISIONS


5'-0"
11.28.18 CZ

WAREHOUSE F17 ADA


WORKSPACE DRESSING DRESSING
1000 sqft ROOM ROOM
LARGE CONFERENCE ROOM F13
RETAIL
OPEN WORKSPACE SPACE
8 WORKSTATIONS 5'-0" 400 sqft

F14
F18
5'-0" LARGE
5'-0" 5'-0" CONFERENCE
F12 BREAKROOM 5'-0" ROOM

5'-0"
5'-0" SMALL

ENVIRONMENTAL & SUSTAINABLE DESIGN


CONFERENCE
F I U R NI TU R E P L AN

ROOM
LARGE CONFERENCE ROOM SMALL 5'-0"
F14

5'-0" 5'-0"
CONFERENCE SMALL
CONFERENCE
ROOM F13 F12
ROOM F12
~150 SQFT
F16 RECORDS/FILING
F12 5'-0"
AREA
5'-0"
F14
RECEPTION
5'-0" F20 F12 5'-0"

NOV/DEC 2018
F25

INTA332:
5'-0"
COMMUTER

C ZEMAN
SHOWER 5'-0"

STORAGE ADA ELEVATOR


F23
CLOSET 54"L x 80"W min.
5'-0" F24 (GREEN ROOF ACCESS) UP
5'-0" 5'-0"
SMALL
CONFERENCE F20 EDUCATION
ROOM I 5'-0" CENTER 5'-0"
F19, F21, F22
5'-0" 5'-0"
5'-0" F13
TABLE &
F11 CATERING CHAIR
5'-0"
KITCHEN STORAGE
F11

SMALL F13
F14 CONFERENCE
MULTI PURPOSE ROOM
5'-0"
ROOM II
5'-0" aio.gif
LARGE
CLASSROOM 1I LARGE LARGE
5'-0" CLASSROOM 1
F12 F12 CLASSROOM 1I

THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY


LARGE LARGE
5'-0" CLASSROOM I 5'-0" MOVABLE/FOLDABLE 5'-0" CLASSROOM III 5'-0"
WALL

807 & 811 W BUCKEYE RD


PHOENIX, AZ 85007
5'-0"

CENTER
5'-0"
5'-0" 5'-0"

5'-0"

F11 F13 F13 F11 F11 F13

1 FURNITURE PLAN
A4 SCALE 1/8"=1'-0"
C ZEMAN
DR TUCKER CROSS
11.26.18
M3T2

A4
of _ SHEETS
F U R N I T U R E S C H E D U L E – S TA N D A R D J O B T R A I N I N G A R E A

KEY ITEM MANUFACTU PRODUCT FABRIC/FINISH PRODUCT IMAGE REMARKS QUANTITY PRICE SUSTAINABLE ATTRIBUTES
RER NAME/ITEM #

F11 Classroom Steelcase Akira – T base, Platinum 20”D x 60”L 21 949.00 - SCS Indoor Advantage™
table adjustable height metallic 4799 Gold Certified
frame - level™ 1 Certified
- 34% Recyclable / 71%
Sand #7225 Recycled Content
top
FIG 20

F12 Desk/table Steelcase Think 465 Series – Platinum 22-24.5”D x 28/5”W x 21 850.00 Recycled content
chair 3D knit back, fixed metallic 4799 37-42”H Regional materials
arms, casters, frame Rapidly renewable materials
adjustable height Low emitting materials
Graphite 5092 Innovation in design
3D knit back Sustainable purchasing

FIG 21

F13 Classroom Steelcase Reply upholstered Platinum 17.5”D x 19.5”W x 45 424.00 Recycled content
table chair back desk chair – 4 metallic 4799 26.75”H Regional materials
leg base with frame Rapidly renewable materials
casters *stacks 6 deep* Low emitting materials
Cogent - Sustainable purchasing
Connect

FIG 22

F14 Conference Steelcase Akira – T base, Platinum 36”D x 72”L 4 1230.00 - SCS Indoor Advantage™
room table adjustable height metallic 4799 Gold Certified
frame - level™ 1 Certified
- 34% Recyclable / 71%
Sand #7225 Recycled Content
top FIG 20

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 38
FURNITURE SCHEDULE – GREEN JOB TRAINING AREA

KEY ITEM MANUFACTU PRODUCT FABRIC/FINISH PRODUCT IMAGE REMARKS QUANTITY PRICE SUSTAINABLE ATTRIBUTES
RER NAME/ITEM #

F11 Classroom Steelcase Akira – T base, Platinum 20”D x 60”L 14 949.00 - SCS Indoor Advantage™
table adjustable height metallic 4799 Gold Certified
frame - level™ 1 Certified
- 34% Recyclable / 71%
Sand #7225 Recycled Content
top
FIG 20

F12 Desk/table Steelcase Think 465 Series – Platinum 22-24.5”D x 28/5”W x 20 850.00 Recycled content
chair 3D knit back, fixed metallic 4799 37-42”H Regional materials
arms, casters, frame Rapidly renewable materials
adjustable height Low emitting materials
Graphite 5092 Innovation in design
3D knit back Sustainable purchasing

FIG 21

F13 Desk/table Steelcase Reply upholstered Platinum 17.5”D x 19.5”W x 30 424.00 Recycled content
chair back desk chair – 4 metallic 4799 26.75”H Regional materials
leg base with frame Rapidly renewable materials
casters Low emitting materials
Cogent - Innovation in design
Connect Sustainable purchasing
Stacks 6 deep

FIG 22

F14 Conference Steelcase Akira – T base, Platinum 36”D x 72”L 4 1230.00 - SCS Indoor Advantage™
room table adjustable height metallic 4799 Gold Certified
frame - level™ 1 Certified
- 34% Recyclable / 71%
Sand #7225 Recycled Content
top FIG 20

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 39
F U R N I T U R E S C H E D U L E – S TA F F O F F I C E S

KEY ITEM MANUFACTU PRODUCT FABRIC/FINISH PRODUCT IMAGE REMARKS QUANTIT PRICE SUSTAINABLE ATTRIBUTES
RER NAME/ITEM # Y
F12 Desk/table Steelcase Think 465 Series – Platinum 22-24.5”D x 28/5”W 24 850.00 Recycled content
chair 3D knit back, fixed metallic 4799 x 37-42”H Regional materials
arms, casters, frame Rapidly renewable materials
adjustable height Low emitting materials
Graphite 5092 Innovation in design
3D knit back Sustainable purchasing

FIG 21

F14 Conference Steelcase Akira – T base, Platinum 36”D x 72”L 3 1230.00 - SCS Indoor Advantage™
room table adjustable height metallic 4799 Gold Certified
frame - level™ 1 Certified
- 34% Recyclable / 71%
Sand #7225 Recycled Content
top
FIG 20
F15 Private office Steelcase Montage System Ebonized oak, 7’8”L x 5’11”D x 2’0” 2 TBD Recycled content
desk station ZNZGQ4FN walnut desktop W Budget Regional materials
5K ea. Rapidly renewable materials
Certified wood
Low-Emitting materials
Daylight and views
Sustainable purchasing
FIG 23

F16 Cubicle Steelcase Answer System White acrylic 6’3”L x 6’3”D x 2’0”W 8 TBD Recycled content
Workstation panels, walnut Budget Regional materials
desktop 5K ea. Rapidly renewable materials
Certified wood
Low-emitting materials
Daylight and views
Sustainable purchasing
-Cradle to Cradle certified
FIG 24 Silver

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 40
F U R N I T U R E S C H E D U L E – S TA F F O F F I C E S ( C O N T I N U E D )

KEY ITEM MANUFACTU PRODUCT FABRIC/FINISH PRODUCT IMAGE REMARKS QUANTITY PRICE SUSTAINABLE ATTRIBUTES
RER NAME/ITEM #

F13 Guest chairs Steelcase Reply upholstered Platinum 17.5”D x 19.5”W x 8 424.00 Recycled content
back desk chair – 4 metallic 4799 26.75”H Regional materials
leg base with frame Rapidly renewable materials
casters Low emitting materials
Cogent - Innovation in design
Connect Sustainable purchasing
Stacks 6 deep
FIG 22

F17 Breakroom Knoll Saarinen Dining Ebonized 60” diameter 2 6620.00 GREENGUARD Indoor Air
dining table Table Walnut Top, Quality Certified®
White Base

FIG 25

F18 Breakroom Knoll Sprite Stacking Cherry 22”W x 22”D x 32”H 10 734.00 GREENGUARD Indoor Air
Dining Chair Quality Certified®
Chairs

FIG 26

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 41
FURNITURE SCHEDULE – RECEPTION

KEY ITEM MANUFACTU PRODUCT FABRIC/FINISH PRODUCT IMAGE REMARKS QUANTITY PRICE SUSTAINABLE ATTRIBUTES
RER NAME/ITEM #

F25 Lounge Knoll Rockwell Unscripted White Oak 29”D x 72”W x 29”H 2 2352.00 GREENGUARD Indoor Air
furniture for Armless Settee Finish – Legs Quality Certified®
waiting area
Fabric: Moss

FIG 27

F20 Lounge side Knoll Rockwell Unscripted Natural Oak 22”D x 22”W x 20”H 4 1009.00 GREENGUARD Indoor Air
tables Side Table Veneer with Quality Certified®
Medium Gray GREENGUARD Gold
Base Certified®

FIG 28

F12 Desk/table Steelcase Think 465 Series – Platinum 22-24.5”D x 28/5”W 1 850.00 Recycled content
chair 3D knit back, fixed metallic 4799 x 37-42”H Regional materials
arms, casters, frame Rapidly renewable materials
adjustable height Low emitting materials
Graphite 5092 Innovation in design
3D knit back Sustainable purchasing
FIG 21

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 42
F U R N I T U R E S C H E D U L E – E D U C AT I O N C E N T E R

KEY ITEM MANUFACTU PRODUCT FABRIC/FINISH PRODUCT IMAGE REMARKS QUANTITY PRICE SUSTAINABLE ATTRIBUTES
RER NAME/ITEM #

F19 Lounge Knoll Rockwell Unscripted White Oak 29”D x 72”W x 29”H 1 2352.00 GREENGUARD Indoor Air
furniture Armless Settee Finish – Legs Quality Certified®

Fabric: Earth

FIG 27

F21 Lounge Knoll Rockwell Unscripted White Oak 44”D x 29”W x 29”H 1 1882.00 GREENGUARD Indoor Air
furniture Right Arm Finish – Legs Quality Certified®

Fabric: Earth

FIG 29

F22 Lounge Knoll Rockwell Unscripted White Oak 36”D x 72”W x 29”H 1 1516.00 GREENGUARD Indoor Air
furniture Armless Settee Finish – Legs Quality Certified®

Fabric: Earth

FIG 30

F20 Lounge side Knoll Rockwell Unscripted Natural Oak 22”D x 22”W x 20”H 2 1009.00 GREENGUARD Indoor Air
tables Side Table Veneer with Quality Certified®
Medium Gray GREENGUARD Gold
Base Certified®
FIG 28

F12 Desk/table Steelcase Think 465 Series – Platinum 22-24.5”D x 28/5”W 1 850.00 Recycled content
chair 3D knit back, fixed metallic 4799 x 37-42”H Regional materials
arms, casters, frame Rapidly renewable materials
adjustable height Low emitting materials
Graphite 5092 Innovation in design
3D knit back Sustainable purchasing
FIG 21

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 43
F U R N I T U R E S C H E D U L E – E D U C AT I O N C E N T E R ( C O N T I N U E D )

KEY ITEM MANUFACTU PRODUCT FABRIC/FINISH PRODUCT IMAGE REMARKS QUANTITY PRICE SUSTAINABLE ATTRIBUTES
RER NAME/ITEM #

F23 Reading Steelcase Turnstone Simple Warm Oak 48”L x 24”W x 28.5”H 2 294.00 GREENGUARD Indoor Air
table & Table Laminate Top & Quality Certified®
checkout Metallic
table Midnight Base

FIG 31

F24 Reading Knoll Sprite Stacking Lime 22”W x 22”D x 32”H 2 525.00 GREENGUARD Indoor Air
table chairs Chair Quality Certified®

FIG 26

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 44
F U R N I T U R E S C H E D U L E – M U LT I P U R P O S E R O O M

KEY ITEM MANUFACTU PRODUCT FABRIC/FINISH PRODUCT IMAGE REMARKS QUANTIT PRICE SUSTAINABLE ATTRIBUTES
RER NAME/ITEM # Y

F11 Classroom Steelcase Akira – T base, Platinum 20”D x 60”L 24 949.00 - SCS Indoor Advantage™
table adjustable height metallic 4799 Gold Certified
frame - level™ 1 Certified
- 34% Recyclable / 71%
Sand #7225 Recycled Content
top FIG 20
F13 Classroom Steelcase Reply upholstered Platinum 17.5”D x 19.5”W x 75 424.00 Recycled content
table chair back desk chair – 4 metallic 4799 26.75”H Regional materials
leg base with frame Rapidly renewable materials
casters *stacks 6 deep* Low emitting materials
Cogent - Sustainable purchasing
Connect FIG 22

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 45
FURNITURE SCHEDULE – BUDGET

KEY ITEM MANUFAC PRODUCT NAME/ITEM # FABRIC/FINISH REMARKS QUANTITY PRICE TOTAL
TURER

F11 Classroom table Steelcase Akira – T base, adjustable height Platinum metallic 4799 20”D x 60”L 59 949.00 55,991.00
frame
Sand #7225 top
F12 Desk/table chair Steelcase Think 465 Series – 3D knit back, Platinum metallic 4799 22-24.5”D x 28/5”W 67 850.00 56,950.00
fixed arms, casters, adjustable frame x 37-42”H
height Graphite 5092 3D knit back
F13 Classroom table Steelcase Reply upholstered back desk chair Platinum metallic 4799 17.5”D x 19.5”W x 158 424.00 66,992.00
chair – 4 leg base with casters frame 26.75”H
Cogent - Connect
F14 Conference room Steelcase Akira – T base, adjustable height Platinum metallic 4799 36”D x 72”L 11 1230.00 13,530.00
table frame
Sand #7225 top
F15 Private office desk Steelcase Montage System Ebonized oak, walnut 7’8”L x 5’11”D x 2’0” 2 TBD 10K
station ZNZGQ4FN desktop W Budget 5K ea.

F16 Cubicle Steelcase Answer System White acrylic panels, walnut 6’3”L x 6’3”D x 2’0”W 8 TBD 40K
Workstation desktop Budget 5K ea.
F17 Breakroom dining Knoll Saarinen Dining Table Ebonized Walnut Top, White 60” diameter 2 6620.00 13,240
table Base
F18 Breakroom Dining Knoll Sprite Stacking Chair Cherry 22”W x 22”D x 32”H 10 734.00 7,340.00
Chairs

F19 Lounge furniture Knoll Rockwell Unscripted Armless White Oak Finish – Legs 29”D x 72”W x 29”H 1 2352.00 2,352.00
Settee Fabric: Earth
F20 Lounge side Knoll Rockwell Unscripted Side Table Natural Oak Veneer with 22”D x 22”W x 20”H 6 1009.00 6,054.00
tables Medium Gray Base

F21 Lounge furniture Knoll Rockwell Unscripted Right Arm White Oak Finish – Legs 44”D x 29”W x 29”H 1 1882.00 1,882.00
Fabric: Earth
SUBTOTAL (continued next page) 274,331.00

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 46
FURNITURE SCHEDULE – BUDGET (CONTINUED)

KEY ITEM MANUFAC PRODUCT NAME/ITEM # FABRIC/FINISH REMARKS QUANTITY PRICE TOTAL
TURER

F22 Lounge furniture Knoll Rockwell Unscripted Armless White Oak Finish – Legs 36”D x 72”W x 29”H 1 1516.00 1,516.00
Settee Fabric: Earth

F23 Reading table & Steelcase Turnstone Simple Table Platinum metallic 4799 48”L x 24”W x 28.5”H 2 294.00 588.00
checkout table frame
Graphite 5092 3D knit back
F24 Reading table Knoll Sprite Stacking Chair Lime 22”W x 22”D x 32”H 2 525.00 1,050.00
chairs

F25 Lounge furniture Knoll Rockwell Unscripted Armless White Oak Finish – Legs 29”D x 72”W x 29”H 2 2352.00 4704.00
for waiting area Settee
Fabric: Moss
SUBTOTAL (previous page) 274,331.00

TOTAL (FURNITURE ONLY) 282,189.00

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 47
LIFE CYCLE INVENTORY
S A LT R I V E R M AT E R I A L S G R O U P P H O E N I X C L A S S F F LY A S H

FIG 32

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 48
LIFE CYCLE INVENTORY
B E N J A M I N M O O R E N AT U R A I N T E R I O R PA I N T S E M I G L O S S

FIG 33

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 49
LIFE CYCLE INVENTORY
- BURKEBASE THERMOSET RUBBER WALL BASE TS

FIG 34

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 50
ENERGY
SECTION 5 &
ATMOSPHERE
H VAC SY ST E M O P T I O N S OV E RV I E W

TYPE OF SYSTEM DESCRIPTION SUSTAINABILITY POSSIBLE LEED CREDITS


Variable Air Volume Compressor regulates refrigerant to maintain constant air flow temperature - good for dehumidifying Credit: Optimize Energy Performance.
(“CAV vs VAV HVAC Systems”) space Credit: Advanced Energy Metering.
- Energy savings v. CAV Credit: Enhanced Refrigerant Management.

Constant Air Volume On/off cycling of a compressor to keep air at constant temperature; serves small N/A Credit: Advanced Energy Metering.
zones (“CAV vs VAV HVAC Systems”)

Variable Refrigerant Flow A ductless split HVAC system, which can change the flow of refrigerant to each - Energy savings Credit: Optimize Energy Performance.
indoor unit, depending on need (heating or cooling). Ideal for buildings with Credit: Advanced Energy Metering.
operable windows, natural ventilation & historic renovations (Hemant, et al). Credit: Enhanced Refrigerant Management.

Chilled Beams Can be passive or active; relies on either natural or forced convective air flow to - Low energy usage Credit: Optimize Energy Performance.
circulate air over either water heated or cooled pipes (Stock). - Less materials Credit: Advanced Energy Metering.
- Energy savings Credit: Renewable Energy Production.
Credit: Green Power and Carbon Offsets.
Heat Pump A heat transporter which cycles hot air using electricity from indoor to outdoor , - Energy efficient Credit: Optimize Energy Performance.
depending on the season, between two parts: an air handler & a heat pump - Clean energy (air source or Credit: Advanced Energy Metering.
(“Products Air Conditioners). geothermal) Credit: Renewable Energy Production.
- Energy savings Credit: Green Power and Carbon Offsets.

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 52
H VAC SY ST E M O P T I O N S OV E RV I E W

TYPE OF SYSTEM DESCRIPTION SUSTAINABILITY POSSIBLE LEED CREDITS


Fan Coils & Blower Coils Similar mechanics as chilled beams, but uses coils to heat or cool the air instead. - Low energy usage Credit: Optimize Energy Performance.
“Allow for local control of individual zones and reduce the overall footprint of the - Less materials Credit: Advanced Energy Metering.
system by replacing ductwork with water piping in a large portion of the system. Credit: Renewable Energy Production.
They also reduce the amount of cross-contamination between zones and allow
for unused areas to be shut down” (“Fan Coils”).
Unit Ventilators Used to ventilate, heat or cool individual classrooms; old technology. “A unit - Energy efficient Credit: Optimize Energy Performance.
ventilator consists of a heating coil, fan assembly, dampers, filter and controls - Clean energy Credit: Renewable Energy Production.
contained in a metal cabinet” (Kohler). - Less materials

Displacement Ventilation Uses the convection process to heat or cool the room. Supplies cool air into - Energy efficient Credit: Optimize Energy Performance.
occupied space at floor level. The heated air leaves the room through ceiling - Clean energy Credit: Renewable Energy Production.
vents (“What Is Displacement Ventilation?”). - Less materials
- Energy savings
Geothermal Geothermal heat pumps use the consistent temperature underground to heat - Energy efficient Credit: Optimize Energy Performance.
water through a piping system. The water circulates and then returns to an - Clean energy Credit: Renewable Energy Production.
indoor pump. Pumps can be horizontal or vertical (Elbinger). - Energy savings Credit: Green Power and Carbon Offsets.

Hybrid Geothermal A combination of the geothermal heat pump coupled with a cooling tower or - Energy efficient Credit: Optimize Energy Performance.
boiler to supplement the ground loop. The primary motivation for a hybrid - Clean energy Credit: Renewable Energy Production.
system is to reduce upfront costs by reducing the size of the well field (“Hybrid - Energy savings Credit: Green Power and Carbon Offsets.
Geothermal Systems”)

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 53
H VAC SY ST E M O P T I O N S OV E RV I E W

FIG 35 Variable Air Volume FIG 36 Constant Air Volume FIG 37 Variable Refrigerant Flow FIG 38 Active Chilled Beam FIG 39 Heat Pump

FIG 40 Fan & Blower Coils FIG 41 Unit Ventilator FIG 42 Displacement Ventilation FIG 43 Geothermal FIG 44 Hybrid Geothermal

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 54
H VAC SY ST E M S E L E C T I O N

FIG 45

ACTIVE CHILLED BEAM HVAC SYSTEM

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 55
H VAC SY ST E M S E L E C T I O N

ACTIVE CHILLED BEAM HVAC SYSTEM


EXPLANATION OF OPERATION

Chilled Beam HVAC systems have been popular sustainable HVAC option in Europe and Australia since the
1970’s, but are just recently starting to gain traction in the United States (Turpin). There are two types of chilled
beam systems – passive and active. An active system would be need to be installed in The Hope Training and
Facility Center since the cooling needs in Phoenix, AZ are on the high end of the spectrum.

Both types of systems consist of a fin and tube heat exchanger housed in a casing. For an active system, the
casing can either be suspended from or recessed in the ceiling. The primary difference is that the active
system contains an integral air supply. Rather than relying on the passive convective air flow, the active system
engages in forced convection by the primary air passing through nozzles, which induce air from the space up
through the cooling coil. This induction process allows “an active chilled beam to provide much more cooling
capacity than a passive chilled beam” (“Understanding Chilled Beam Systems”). Since the facility has a wide
variation of space usage, a 4 pipe design would be used which allows for the option of simultaneously heating
and cooling in different zones. For example, a large gathering in the MPR may require cooling (instigated by
the accumulated body heat), while the less populated staff offices might need heating (in the winter months).
Alternatively, depending on the activities of the Warehouse Workshop, cooling or heating may be required
regardless of the outdoor temperature.

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 56
H VAC SY ST E M S E L E C T I O N

ACTIVE CHILLED BEAM HVAC SYSTEM


SUITABILITY & SUSTAINABILITY

The sensible heat ratio of the Phoenix location is high, which is the ideal temperature environment for a chilled
beam system (Turpin). Humidity can be a concern with this system, but Phoenix is a relatively low-humidity
climate zone so this shouldn’t be an issue. However, a sensor can easily be integrated into the system to create
a stop signal if the humidity does rise too high.

There are many advantages of using this type of system in this type of environment.

1. It is quiet! The overall atmosphere of this facility will largely lean towards a low-volume environment. The
staff offices, education center and classrooms will all benefit from an acoustically sound HVAC system.
There are no fans, motors, pumps or compressors creating noise (Stock).
2. Huge energy savings! While the initial install and equipment cost can be similar or slightly higher than
conventional HVAC systems, the long term savings are remarkable. The active chilled beam fans handle
much less air comparatively, resulting in less energy to power the system (Turpin).
3. Small footprint! The active chilled beam system air handlers are typically 75% smaller than traditional
HVAC system and general requires 1-2 square feet of active beam coil (Stock). This frees up space in the
ceiling for other systems such as sprinklers, lights, etc.

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 57
H VAC SY ST E M S E L E C T I O N

ACTIVE CHILLED BEAM HVAC SYSTEM

FIG 46 FIG 47

The primary airflow (PA) needed to induce sufficient room air The top image shows a four pipe design which allows
(RA) to offset the design space sensible cooling load. If more for heating and cooling in different zones
primary air is delivered through the nozzles, more room air simultaneously. The two pipe design can only heat or
will be induced through the chilled beam coils, resulting in cool at one time.
greater cooling capacity by secondary air (SA)
(“Understanding Chilled Beam Systems”).
CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 58
INDOOR
SECTION 6 ENVIRONMENTAL
QUALITY
KEY
TAG SYMBOL DESCRIPTION MANUFACTURER LAMP WATTS COLOR CRI QUANTITY

educational use.
These drawings
S1 3 SENSOR SWITCH HUBBELL N/A N/A N/A N/A 35

are only for


L1 3.3" RECESSED PUREEDGE LED - 4100K 92CRI 66
L2 PENDANT PUREEDGE LED 60W 5700K 85CRI 17
L3 DESK LAMP SONNEMAN LED 6W - - 44 REVISIONS
L4 ART. SKYLIGHT COELUX LED 90W 3000K 85CRI 9 12.3 CZ

L5 PLASTER-IN LED PUREEDGE LED 40W 3000K 92CRI TBD


L6 PLASTER-IN LED PUREEDGE LED 80W 5700K 85CRI 62

RETAIL SPACE

ADA
PRIVATE OFFICE PRIVATE OFFICE DRESSING DRESSING

ENVIRONMENTAL & SUSTAINABLE DESIGN


ROOM ROOM

3
3
LARGE CONFERENCE ROOM
WAREHOUSE
LIGHTING PLAN

WORKSPACE

OPEN
WORKSPACE LARGE

3
8 WORKSTATIONS CONFERENCE
SMALL ROOM

NOV/DEC 2018
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INTA332:
BREAKROOM CONFERENCE

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LARGE CONFERENCE ROOM
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CONFERENCE CONFERENCE
ROOM RECORDS/FILING

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AREA
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RECEPTION

COMMUTER
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STORAGE CLOSET ADA ELEVATOR


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(GREEN ROOF ACCESS) UP
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ROOM I EDUCATION CENTER

THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY


3

3
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TABLE &
CATERING CHAIR
3

KITCHEN STORAGE

807 & 811 W BUCKEYE RD


3

SMALL

PHOENIX, AZ 85007
CONFERENCE

CENTER
ROOM II
3

MULTI PURPOSE ROOM


LARGE LARGE LARGE
CLASSROOM 1I CLASSROOM 1 CLASSROOM 1I
3

NOTES:

3
3 3

MOVABLE/FOLDABLE
WALL 1. CEILING HEIGHT IS 12' AFF
LARGE
CLASSROOM I 2. INTERIOR GLASS WALLS
MAXIMIZE DAYLIGHT
LARGE CLASSROOM III 3. ALL LIGHTS ARE ON DUAL C ZEMAN

TECHNOLOGY SWITCHES - DR TUCKER CROSS


11.30.18
3

N PIR/ACOUSTIC SENSOR W/ M4T2

PHOTOCELL CONTROL
1
A8
LIGHTING PLAN
SCALE 1/8"=1'-0" A8
of _ SHEETS
LIGHTING SCHEDULE

TAG NAME MANUFACTURER FINISH LAMP WATTS/C DIMENSIONS QUANTITY REMARKS


OLOR/CR
I

L1 AURORA LED PUREEDGE LIGHTING WHITE LED 4100K 14.75"L x 12.1"W x 66 - UL/CUL Energy Star rated
SQUARE EDGE 3.3 TRIM/HAZE (TCP: 92 CRI 5.75"H lamp
INCH INVISIBLE DOME LED712VMR - - Low Voltage Electronic
TRIM/HOUSING 16941KNFL) Dimmer
L2 PIX STICK CIRRUS PUREEDGE LIGHTING CHROME LED 60W 240"L x 48"W x 17 - Dimmable
5700K 1.24"H x 1.24"D
85 CRI

L3 QUATTRO TASK SONNEMAN SATIN LED 6W 3.5”W x 0.5”H x 44 - Low Voltage Electronic Dimmer
LAMP ALUMINUM 3000K 3.5”D
85 CRI

L4 LS MATTE COELUX MATTE WHITE LED 90W 42.8"L x 11.6"W 9 - Dimmable


ARTIFICIAL - Does not require ceiling grid
SKYLIGHT system as shown in Figure 51.

L5 TRULINE .5A 5W PUREEDGE LIGHTING WHITE LED 40W 96"L x 2.45"W x TBD - Low Voltage Electronic Dimmer
24VDC WARM DIM 3000K 0.63"D - channel is sold in one foot
PLASTER-IN LED 92 CRI increments and may be trimmed
SYSTEM on-site to any length

L6 TRULINE 1.6A 10W PUREEDGE LIGHTING WHITE LED 80W 96"L x 1.6’W x 62 - Dimmable
24VDC PLASTER- 5700K 0.625"H - channel is sold in one foot
IN LED SYSTEM 85 CRI increments and may be trimmed
on-site to any length

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 61
L I G H T I N G S E N S O R S W I TC H

TAG NAME MANUFACTURER FINISH IMAGE QUANTITY REMARKS

S1 LightOWL LODIA, HUBBELL LIGHTING WHITE 35 - IntelliDAPT self-adaptive technology;


LODIARP no manual adjustment required
- All-digital dual technology (passive
infrared [PIR] and acoustic) sensor
- Non-volatile memory for sensor
settings
- 1,600 square-foot coverage area
- Optional relay and photocell control
FIG 48

In order to attain LEED credits, all lighting will be on photovoltaic and occupancy sensors. This means that the lights will
brighten or darken automatically based on the incoming amount of natural light and that they will turn on/off
automatically based on movement &/or noise in the space.

Hubbell Lighting
- the only lighting manufacturer with a LEED Silver certified headquarters
- Architectural Area Lighting (AAL) branded products are manufactured in the industry’s first carbon neutral facility
- Reducing job site dunnage by using job packs and engineered packaging solutions
- Converting to biodegradable packaging materials
- Implementing recycling programs for defective returns and scrap
- member of the U.S. Green Building Council (“A Guide to Sustainable Lighting”)
CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 62
FIG 51

L4
FIG 49

L1 FIG 50

L5

FIG 52 FIG 54
FIG 53
L3 L6 L2
EVALUATING
SECTION 7
PERFORMANCE
LEED ID+C COMMERCIAL INTERIORS CHECKLIST 12.7.18

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 65
LOCATION & TRANSPORTATION

FIG 51

FIG 49 FIG 59

FIG 50

LO

CREDIT CATEGORIES
1. Access to Quality Transit: the selected location is services by
86 weekday bus stops. A train station is located ¼ from a bus line
which has a stop nearby.
2. Bike Facilities: bike commuting is encouraged by providing
secure bike storage as well as a commuter shower. FIG 54
3. Reduced Parking Footprint: the facility will not have a FIG 53
dedicated parking lot. Street parking is readily available in this
neighborhood & the facility also has the option of negotiating
shared parking with its church neighbors.
WATER USE REDUCTION

FIG 51

FIG 50

LO
FIG 5

CREDIT CATEGORIES

1. Waterless Urinals: require minimal maintenance every 2-4


months to replace the barrier liquid and trap
2. Low flow Faucets & Toilets: Toilets will be ultra low flow that
use no more than 1.28 gpf. Toilets will also be dual flush. High
efficiency faucets will have a flow rate of no more than 1.5 gpm
3. Low flow Commuter Showerhead: the facility’s provided FIG 54
FIG 53
commuter shower will be outfitted with a low flow showerhead
of 1.5 gpm at 80psi per shower stall. FIG 61
FIG 60
MATERIALS & RESOURCES

FIG 51

FIG 50
FIG 62
LO
CREDIT CATEGORIES

1. Interiors Life Cycle Impact Reduction: Design for Flexibility:


all furniture within each room will be mobile & easily rearranged
to suit needs. The MPR’s moveable wall will allow maximum
flexibility for use of the space.
2. Responsibly Sourced Materials: All finishes & fixtures have
been specified from companies engaged in innovative &
sustainable manufacturing processes.
3. Construction Waste Management: all efforts will be made to
FIG 54
FIG 53
reduce the total waste material to no more than 2.5 pounds of
construction waste per square foot of the building's floor area.
INDOOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

FIG 51

LO
FIG 33 FIG 19

CREDIT CATEGORIES

1. Low Emitting Materials: all finishes & furniture are zero-low


VOC & emissons.
2. Indoor Air Quality Assessment: In addition to the low VOC
emissions, an air purifying preserved moss wall will be installed
in the central corridor of the facility.
3. Daylighting: nearly every room will have windows and natural FIG 54
daylighting. SageGlass windows will be installed to intuitively FIG 53
manage the solar heat & glare. Interior glass walls will allow
FIG 57
daylighting further into the building.
ENERGY & ATMOSPHERE

FIG 51

FIG 50

LO
FIG 64

CREDIT CATEGORIES

1. Optimize Energy Performance: all appliances throughout the


facility (breakroom, catering kitchen, etc.) will be Energy Star
rated.
2. Enhanced Refrigerant Management: an active chilled beam
HVAC system will be installed. This will result in a significant
energy use decrease and therefore energy savings.
3. Solar Panels: panels will be installed on the green roof to FIG 54
FIG 53
harness electricity which will power all of the facility’s electricity
needs, eventually resulting in an energy surplus which can be
sold back to the local energy company.
FIG 63
OCCUPANT
SECTION 8
EXPERIENCE
S U STA I N A B L E D E S I G N S O LU T I O N I
- S I T E O R I E N TAT I O N & R E S U LTA N T DAY L I G H T I N G -

The Hope Facility and Training Center has been oriented on the site
to minimize the amount of direct sun the majority of the building
receives. This step illustrates how sustainable design should be part
of the building conceptualization and not just a series of “add-on”
green features later in the process.

By orienting the front of the building towards the east, it places the
shorter side of the building facing south. In a desert climate such as
Phoenix, the south facing stretch of the building will receive the most
direct sunlight, so it make sense to minimize this exposure.

The occupants will benefit by not being subjected to such direct


sunlight. All exterior windows will be clad with SageGlass, a high-tech
glazing which blocks up to 91% of solar heat. They also allow
intelligent daylight control and glare management without the need
for additional shading devices.

This will enhance the occupant experience in many ways. They will
have access to outdoor views without the hassle of mitigating the
typically associated heat and glare. These will be managed for them
by the smart glass. This will allow the occupants to focus on their
work in a thermally controlled environment.

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 67
S U STA I N A B L E D E S I G N S O LU T I O N I I
- GREEN ROOF -

One of the features the commissioning body requested for this


project was a green roof, if access to it could be space planned
thoughtfully.

We were able to add a sculptural open staircase on the north side of


the building, along with an ADA accessible elevator. This will allow us
to access the roof and implement green roof technologies.

One study completed in a desert climate zone similar to the Phoenix


area found “a heat gain reduction of 25% by the green roof
compared to a 4% reduction in heat gain by the white roof” (Jenkins).
This is achieved because the green roof provides a solar absorbent
layer over the actual roof, resulting in a reduction of the direct solar
radiation transmitted through the roof to the interior spaces of the
building.

Naturally blocking this direct radiation will require less energy from
the building’s HVAC system to keep the building comfortably cool.
This will not only reduce cooling costs, it also curbs energy use which
in turn will reduce carbon emissions.

A lightweight growing medium will be used as it will be covering the


roof and unnecessary weight is potentially structurally dangerous. A
variety of succulents and other drought-adapted plants such as
buffalograss (Jenkins).

FIG 55
CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 68
S U STA I N A B L E D E S I G N S O LU T I O N I I I
- B I K E FAC I L I T I E S & C O M M U T E R S H O W E R -

secure
bike
parking
“Compared to individuals without any bicycle facilities at
work, commuters with cyclist showers, clothes lockers, and
bike parking at work are associated with a 4.86 greater
likelihood to commute by bicycle” (Jaffe).

There are many contributing factors influencing cycle-to-


work decisions, but having access to a commuter shower at
work is a big one, in addition to secure bike parking
facilities.

The commissioning body for The Hope Training and Facility


Center requested the inclusion of a commuter shower and
we were able to deliver one (see location highlighted at
right). Bikers will able to securely park at the south rear of
the building, enter through the warehouse workshop and
access the commuter shower with minimal potential
interaction in the reception/staff offices/MPR.

The presence of a commuter shower and bike storage will


also help earn 1 LEED ID+C point towards accreditation,
under the Location and Transportation category.

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 69
S U STA I N A B L E D E S I G N S O LU T I O N I V
- DAY L I G H T I N G & L I G H T I N G SY ST E M S E N S O R I N G -

The interior lighting system is designed intentionally to


automatically interact and respond with daylighting
conditions.

Nearly every usable space in the building will be


illuminated by daylight, with the exceptions of the central
core, hallways and small conference rooms in the Standard
Job Training Area.

In order to maximize this wealth of natural light, all interior


lighting will be linked to sensors. First, the sensors will
determine if the space is being used or not based on
movement and acoustics. If the space is not being used,
the lights will be automatically turned off. Lights will turn
on automatically when a person enters a room, eliminating
manual switches and ergo the human tendency to forget to
turn off lights after leaving said room.

When rooms are in use, the sensors will respond to the


amount of daylight present and tune the LED fixture(s)
accordingly. This automatic attunement will enhance the
occupant’s experience by eliminating their responsibility to
manually control the lighting situation.

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 70
S U STA I N A B L E D E S I G N S O LU T I O N V
- WAT E R C O N S E RVAT I O N & E F F I C I E N C Y -

As noted, the location of The Hope Training & Facility


Center is in Phoenix, a desert climate. Therefore, we
need to focus significant effort on maximizing water
efficiency coupled with water conservation.

Low flow fixtures will be installed for all faucets and


toilets. Toilets will be ultra low flow that use no more
than 1.28 gpf and also have dual flush features. This
allows the user to determine how much water is
needed to flush. High efficiency faucets will have a
flow rate of no more than 1.5 gpm. Urinals will be
waterless and require minimal maintenance every 2-
4 months.

Landscaping around the property will be climate


appropriate, incorporating only drought resistant
flora – a curated collection of sagebrush, agave, cacti
and other other succulents. These will border the
perimeter of the building in addition to anchoring
the roof garden. The use of these plants will ensure
we are not putting systems in place that we can’t
FIG 56
responsibly and sustainably maintain.

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 71
S U STA I N A B L E D E S I G N S O LU T I O N V I
- S U STA I N A B LY S O U R C E D F U R N I T U R E -

All of the furniture for the facility has been sourced


through Knoll and Steelcase. Both manufacturers
are dedicated to greening the industry.

Key features of the furnishings include:


• recyclable content
• recyclability at the end of usable life
• low emitting material
• rapidly renewable materials
FIG 20
• GreenGuard Certified

Not only are all the interiors green, but they are all
thoughtful in their potential for flexible use. This will
impact the occupant’s experience by allowing them
to easily manipulate the furniture to suit their needs.
All desks table are flip top [for easy storage when not
needed] and on wheels. Chairs are also castered
and some have stacking capability.

FIG 21

FIG 22

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 72
S U STA I N A B L E D E S I G N S O LU T I O N V I I
- M O S S F E AT U R E WA L L -

In the reception area, a large moss installation will


be featured on several walls. This moss is meant
as a visual reminder of the “green” focus on the
facility. However, the aesthetic value of the
preserved moss is actually one of its lesser
qualities.

The occupant’s experience is enhanced in many


more ways!

Features of moss walls include:

• Acoustic sound absorbency


• Air purifying
• Natural humidity indication
• Hypoallergenic
• Fire resistant
• Maintenance free
(“Creating Environments Where PEOPLE THRIVE!)

FIG 57 FIG 58

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 73
S U STA I N A B L E D E S I G N S O LU T I O N V I I I
- LO W E M I T T I N G & E C O F R I E N D LY F I N I S H E S -

Many of the walls in The Hope Training & Facility


Center will be painted. It is crucial that the paint
selected have low/zero VOC emissions.

Benjamin Moore Natura Interior Paint has been


selected for this reason. It is zero VOC and zero
emissions. Additionally, it is certified asthma and
allergy friendly.

Many of the walls will be fully or partially painted


with a special 2-in-1 wallcovering designed to act
as a projector and whiteboard. This paint is also
rated low VOC.

These paint finish considerations will positively


impact the air quality, contributing to a healthy
atmosphere. Occupants will suffer from fewer
airborne irritants, which will result in less illness
and higher productivity.

FIG 18

CAT ZEMAN DESIGN THE HOPE TRAINING & FACILITY CENTER pp. 74
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