Certified Project

Project Detail

Celebration Community Development District Facility

313 Campus Street
Celebration, FL 34747
Certification Date:
April 12, 2016
Certification Level:
Certification Score:
Certification Version:
Registration Date:
November 20, 2014
Submittal Date:
February 29, 2016
Project Contact:
Fred Muscatello
Project Contact Phone:


City of Celebration Community Development District
Gary Moyer
610 Sycamore Street
Suite 140
Celebration, FL 34747


Square Feet:
Affordable Housing:

Certification Review

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


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


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


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


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


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


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


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