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CEE100 Summary and Outlook • LCA example from practice • Time and process for final exam • Recap • Outlook: Virtual Design and Construction for sustainable buildings • What to do next at Stanford • What to read over the break
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Managing Sustainable Building Projects + Framework + agreement, relational contract + Value definition + stakeholder, building, and process goals + Environment + right people, virtual world, proximity, transparency = Interactions = quality and quantity = Network of knowledge = connections across boundaries, clarity of customer- supplier relationships = Project success
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•CIFE Conference © KIERANTIMBERLAKE 2007 Loblolly House LCA Example By KieranTimberlake Philadelphia, PA
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•CIFE Conference © KIERANTIMBERLAKE 2007 Loblolly House
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•CIFE Conference © KIERANTIMBERLAKE 2007 •Auto •Aircraft •Ship reFabricating Architecture – Learning from sources outside of architecture and construction
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•CIFE Conference © KIERANTIMBERLAKE 2007 TYPICAL HOUSE 90 % ON SITE 10 % OFF SITE LOBLOLLY HOUSE 70% OFF SITE 30% ON SITE Conventional Parts vs. Integrated Component Assemblies
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•CIFE Conference © KIERANTIMBERLAKE 2007 Collaboration
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•CIFE Conference © KIERANTIMBERLAKE 2007 Supply Chain
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•CIFE Conference © KIERANTIMBERLAKE 2007 Round trip distance traveled from home to factory daily PAUL 24 miles TONY 24 miles ERIC 44 miles JOHN 26 miles Materials And Resources – Loblolly Travel Distance
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•CIFE Conference © KIERANTIMBERLAKE 2007 Parametric Model
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•CIFE Conference © KIERANTIMBERLAKE 2007 Scaffold – No Hammers, No Saws
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•CIFE Conference © KIERANTIMBERLAKE 2007
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Huge demand for buildings and infrastructure (in precarious locations) Sources: http://www.ambergriscaye.com/wallpaper/art/lights_of_earth_at_nightx.jpg http://www.jica.go.jp/english/resources/publications/study/capacity/inf/pdf/200403_03e.pdf
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Large ecological footprint of buildings Average home size up 50% since 1975 ~40-50% of energy consumption Almost exhausted construction resources in some locations Largest contributor to landfills (embodied energy in construction and demolition waste discarded each year in the U.S. is about equal to the electricity used in California each year) Source: http://mainegov-images.informe.org/spo/recycle/focus/midmaine/landfill.jpg
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Wasteful construction • ~12% waste during construction • Long and ineffective design and approval phase Photos Courtesy of Strategic Project Solutions, San Francisco, CA; Neenan Construction Co., Ft. Collins, CO
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Improve what we build • Green Dorm Project, Living Laboratory • Flexible work spaces
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Improve how we design and build Connect designers and builders (computing at the workface) Make multi-disciplinary design more effective (6 of ten designers manage information, 4 design) Photos Courtesy of Accu-Crete, Alexandria, VA and Graphics Group, Dept. of Computer Science, Stanford, CA
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• Supply chain visualization • Life-cycle impact assessment Work by Songya Kesler & Stacey Yuen
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