Certified Project

Project Detail

Celebration Community Development District Facility

Address:
313 Campus Street
Celebration, FL 34747
Type:
Commercial
Status:
Certified
Certification Date:
April 12, 2016
Certification Level:
Bronze
Certification Score:
127
Certification Version:
2
Registration Date:
November 20, 2014
Submittal Date:
February 29, 2016
Project Contact:
Fred Muscatello
Project Contact Phone:
407-748-4348

Company

Name:
City of Celebration Community Development District
Contact:
Gary Moyer
Address:
610 Sycamore Street
Suite 140
Celebration, FL 34747
Phone:
407-566-1935
Fax:
407-566-4128

Property

New/Existing:
New
Square Feet:
7,280
Affordable Housing:
No

Certification Review

Evaluator:
Jennifer Languell

Project Description

Office / Warehouse

Green Achievements

  • Owner and project team decision makers participated in a green project meeting to identify project goals
  • Owner designated representative developed a list of owner project requirements related to each of the commercial standard categories
  • Design team representatives developed and documented how the design will achieve the owner project requirements
  • Performed testing and balancing on installed equipment
  • Verified building design meets the required minimum performance specified in the Florida Building Commercial Energy Code
  • All building HVAC&R systems are free of CFCs and Halons
  • Designated project team member entered baseline building and proposed design building information into the EPA Target Finder Program
  • Used EPA Portfolio Manager to baseline and track building design and ongoing performance, and granted FGBC access to the Project Portfolio Manager account
  • Contracted with an independent third party commissioning agent
  • At least 25% of the building is equipped with daylighting sensors, which provide controls that automatically reduce lighting power in response to available daylighting
  • Installed occupancy sensors that are equipped to automatically turn lighting off within 15 minutes of all occupants leaving a space and allow "manual off" control
  • Building has an "all off" policy where all interior lighting is on a timer, or motion sensors with override, so no lights can be left on after regular business hours except for security lighting
  • Average lighting power density for the building is <0.8 W/SF
  • The building has at least a minimum of a 5% energy savings above the current minimum energy code
  • Average lighting power density for the building is <0.8 W/SF
  • The landscape contains no invasive plants (native or exotic)
  • Irrigation zones for turf and landscape beds are separate
  • Building has a rain shut off device installed correctly and operable
  • Landscaped area contains a minimum of 25% drought tolerant plants
  • All installed toilets have a least a minimum MaP (Maximum Performance) rating of 800 or greater or are WaterSense Certified
  • All lavatory faucets are low flow, WaterSense, or sensor faucets
  • All kitchen faucets have a flow rate less than or equal to 2.2 gpm
  • All installed showerheads a flow rate less than or equal to 2.2 gpm
  • Florida Friendly Landscaped using 100% of plants and trees from the Florida Friendly Plant list
  • All plants and trees are compatible with local environment microclimate
  • Plants with similar maintenance requirements are grouped together
  • No cypress mulch is used and is applied 3 -4 inches deep around plants with no volcano mulching
  • Property achieved additional 3rd party certification for water conservation
  • Meets or exceeds Florida WaterStar or WaterSense Standards
  • Is Florida Friendly Landscape certified
  • Irrigation has separate zones for turf and landscape beds and uses a multi program controller
  • High-volume irrigation does not exceed 60% of landscape areas
  • Irrigation uses head to head coverage for rotor/spray heads
  • Correctly installed Micro-irrigation in landscape beds and narrow areas
  • Minimizes overspray on impermeable surfaces
  • In poor drainage (low) areas, irrigation heads are installed with check valves
  • Owner and FGBC were provided with irrigation plan and instructions
  • Irrigation heads have matched precipitation rates
  • Pop-up sprinkler heads significantly rise above turf grass height
  • Copy of Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan and Florida Department of Environmental Protection Notice of Intent are onsite
  • Was built on a site that is located inside the designated Urban Growth Boundary
  • Was built on a site that was listed as "Permit Ready" and designated by local government as preferred growth area
  • Building is ls located on a site that is within 1 mile of residential developments with minimum density of 10 units per acre
  • Building is within 1/2 mile of and has walkable access to basic services
  • Sidewalks for all paths are marked and are a minimum of 4’ wide, stable, firm, and of slip resistant materials
  • The Roof was designed to reduce heat island effect
  • Project provides securing locations for minimum of 2 bicycles or 1 bike rack per 10,000 sf of retail and 25,000 sf of commercial
  • Project provides a minimum of 1 changing room per 15,000 SF of building
  • Full time occupants have access to a shower facility , free of charge, located on site or in an immediately adjacent facility (within 200 yards)
  • Preferred parking for at least 3% of the parking capacity is provided for the use of low-emitting, fuel-efficient and high occupancy vehicles may also include charging stations for electric vehicles
  • Meets Dark Sky Requirements by using light levels and uniformity ratios recommended by the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA) Recommended Practice Manual: (RP-33-99)
  • Exterior lighting used provides a minimum of 95 lumens/watt
  • A minimum of 50% of installed exterior lighting is controlled by motion and daylight sensors and do not exceed the light level and uniformity ratios recommended by the IESNA
  • No smoking allowed in the building and only in designated areas that are located 25 feet away from all doors, operable windows, HVAC equipment, and fresh air intakes
  • Indoor environmental quality was protected during construction according to SMACNA guidelines
  • Project employed measures such as permanent walk off grates or mats located at the building main entrance to reduce pollutant contamination of the building entrances
  • Main entrance of the building is covered with no less than 50 square foot of roof to protect entrance from rain
  • All adhesives & sealants are low Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) and meet the VOC limits
  • Interior paints and coatings are less than 150 g/l for non flat paint and less than 50 g/l for flat paint
  • Exterior paints and coatings are less than 200 g/l for non flat paints and less than 100 g/l for flat paint
  • All carpet and carpet products meet the Carpet & Rug Institute Green Label Certification Program
  • All insulation products are free of formaldehyde
  • 100% of occupants can directly control their lighting either through ambient or task lighting
  • 100% of occupants can directly control their thermostat settings
  • 25% of full time occupants have line of sight from their work station to the exterior
  • A minimum of 250 sf non- smoking covered or screened in area outdoors is provided for employee meetings or lunch breaks
  • An accessible area that serves the entire building is dedicated to the separation, collection and storage of materials for recycling including paper, corrugated cardboard, glass, plastics and metals.
  • At least 20% of recycled materials were used for construction
  • 50% of building materials and products were manufactured within a 700 mile radius of the project site
  • 30% of materials for the building were harvested, extracted, and manufactured within a 700 mile radius of the project site
  • Building is engineered to withstand design pressures that are 20 mph greater than the code requirements for the area
  • Physical barriers are used in addition to or in lieu of traditional termite treatments
  • Finished floor elevation (FFE) is at least 12” above the 100 year flood plain or finished grade adjacent to building whichever is higher
  • All grades around the building slope away from the foundation a minimum of 6” at 10’-0” distance
  • Utilizes fire resistant exterior wall cladding, roof covering or subroof, soffit and vent materials
  • Exterior cladding other than wood or vinyl is used on all exterior walls
  • Roof covering other than asphalt shingles or wood shakes is used on the entire roof

Green Team Contacts

Architect

Daniel Bumpus
Bumpus and Assoociates
603 Front Street, Celebration, FL 34747
Phone: 407-566-0200
Fax: 407-566-0222

Designated Professional

Fred Muscatello
FCM Engineering
PO Box 941168, Maitland, FL 32794
Phone: 407-748-4348
Fax: 407-641-6795

Engineer-Civil

Mark Vincutonis
Hanson, Walter & Associates, Inc
400 W Emmett Street, Kissimmee, FL 34741
Phone: 407-847-9433

Engineer-Electrical

Mohsem Faraji-Tajrishi
EPG Engineering
1325 S Bumby Avenue, Orlando, FL 32806
Phone: 407-896-7411

Engineer-Mechanical

Farshad Antikchi
EPG Engineering
1325 S Bumby Avenue, Orlando, FL 32806
Phone: 407-896-7411

Engineer-Plumbing


EPG Engineering
1325 S Bumby Avenue, Orlando, FL 32806
Phone: 407-896-7411

Engineer-Structural


Bumpus and Assoociates
603 Front Street, Celebration, FL 34747
Phone: 407-566-0200

Landscape Architect/Design

Charles Richardson
Celebration Landscape Design
214 East Laurel Avenue, Howey in the Hills, FL 34737
Phone: 561-236-9826

Owner

Gary Moyer
City of Celebration Community Development District
610 Sycamore Street, Suite 140, Celebration, FL 34747
Phone: 407-566-1935
Fax: 407-566-4128