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Appendix 2.

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UPC Response on GF Pre-concept Review Submission ISDM Model output Capabilities Sustainability Design Guidelines o Construction Air Quality Management o Construction and Demolition Waste Management o Erosion and Sedimentation Control Plan o Minimum Energy Performance Preliminary Estidama Scorecards (Follow up tasks identified) Estidama Registration Form Response to GF Comments on Draft Report

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UPC Response on GF Pre-concept Review Submission

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Estidama File Note File Note ID Number: EY-FN-001 EY Estidama Project ID Number: Global roject Foundries- Pre-Concept Comments Concept Date: 29th August 2010

Project Details
Building or Project Name: From: To: Name/ email cc. Name/ email cc. Name/ email cc. Name/ email Global Foundries - Pre-Concept Submission Edwin Young Edwin.Young@upc.gov.ae Terri Va Valiant Heidi Brothers Adi Afaneh

Note/ Comment
In relation to the recent submission from the design team, we comment as followed in relation to the Estidama section of the documentation 1. In the meeting there was sufficient intent shown by the design team and the client to confirm the process of sustainable design and construction was being offered and followed 2. We confirm that the Ratings will require to be 2 Pearl as the project is Government led 3. Within the Concept Application the design team should follow the guidance within the UPC the documentation Planning for Estidama (copy attached) communities 4. We confirm that it is acceptable to rate the office building separate from the Fab facility, but the energy centre will be include with that rating within 5. We recommend that passive measures for peak cooling reduction be focused on before the use of renewable technologies, but we support the use of solar thermal for hot water generation. , 6. We will require a statement of intent in relation to site wide construction waste management within all future applications 7. We would welcome ongoing participation with Global Foundries and its design team particularly during the concept stage of the design to ensure synergy with the PRS program ------------------- End of Note ------------------------------------------------

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ISDM Model Output Capabilities

ISDM MODEL
1. ISDM MODEL SUMMARY DASHBOARD The ISDM model results are presented in a dashboard arrangement demonstrating a high level summary of conservation measures applied for both Administration Building and FAB.
Figure 1 ISDM Model Summary

ISDM Model Output Capabilities

2. CONSERVATION SCENARIOS SUMMARY: ADMINISTRATION BUILDING The model has the capability to assess up to 5 scenarios compared against the Business as Usual (BAU) case. The Figure below is indicative of the reduction targets that can be applied on different model scenarios.
Figure 2 Applied Reduction Factors

3. CONSERVATION MEASURES: ADMINSTRATIVE BUILDING 3.1. WATER

Water Conservation Example Various water conservation rates can be applied for each scenario to match Estidama credit criteria for water reduction. The table below shows an example of reduction target of 15% applied uniformly for all office water use types.

WATER USE REDUCTION


S3

SAVE

END USE FIXTURES

Apply Uniform Reduction

CLOSE

Customer Type Retails (Warehouse) Office (Admin) Institute (Clean Office) Service (Lab)

Corporate Officers 15% 15% 15% 15%

R&D 15% 15% 15% 15%

HR 15% 15% 15% 15%

Lease Space 15% 15% 15% 15%

Auditorium 15% 15% 15% 15%

Fitness Center 15% 15% 15% 15%

Cafeteria 15% 15% 15% 15%

Management 15% 15% 15% 15%

ISDM Model Output Capabilities

Water Efficient Fixtures The table below shows how the reduction target can be achieved by using water efficient fixtures for various water use types.

3.2.

SOLID WASTE

Operational Solid Waste Reduction example Various waste reduction rates can be applied for each scenario to match Estidama credit criteria. The table below shows an example of a reduction target of 15% applied uniformly for all types of waste generated in the Administration Building.
MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE REDUCTION
S3

SAVE

SWM MANAGEMENT

Apply Uniform Reduction

CLOSE

Customer Type Retails (Warehouse) Office (Admin) Institute (Clean Office) Service (Lab)

Corporate Officers 15% 15% 15% 15%

R&D 15% 15% 15% 15%

HR 15% 15% 15% 15%

Lease Space 15% 15% 15% 15%

Auditorium 15% 15% 15% 15%

Fitness Center 15% 15% 15% 15%

Cafeteria 15% 15% 15% 15%

Management 15% 15% 15% 15%

Engineering & MTS 15% 15% 15% 15%

Maintenance Technicians 15% 15% 15% 15%

WFTs 15% 15% 15% 15%

Supplier Facility 15% 15% 15% 15%

Customer Facility 15% 15% 15% 15%

Contingency 15% 15% 15% 15%

3.3.

ENERGY

Energy Load Reduction - example Similarly to the water and waste conservation measures, various scenarios can be developed in line with the Estidama credit requirements. The table below shows an example of an energy load reduction target of 15% applied.

ISDM Model Output Capabilities

ISDM Model Output Capabilities

4. CONSERVATION MEASURES FAB The following tables are indicative of the various scenarios that can be used when considering energy and water conservation measures for the FAB Building (2 scenarios are shown). Please note that 1 indicates measures considered and 0 measures excluded for each scenario. FAB Conservation Measures - Scenario 1

FAB CONSERVATION MEASURES


S1

SAVE

2 CLOSE

Technology Use air handler fan energy to reheat air Dual Temperature Chilled Water Plant Energy Reduction Energy Savings Resulting From reduction of filter coverage from 25 to 20% Use of Premium Efficiency motors (MAU) Use of Premium Efficiency motors (secondary chiller pumps) Variable frequency drives to improve energy / operational efficiency (MAU) Variable frequency drives to improve energy / operational efficiency (secondary chiller pumps) Air side economizer Energy recovery from general exhaust to pre-cool air intake Power Factor Improvement - include capacitors to improve to 0.95PF Higher thickness of roof insulation for improved thermal resistance Triple glazing Desalination water sourced off site (Additional Cost) Wastewater reclamation (Cooling Towers) MAU Condensate Recover for reuse

Implemented 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1

FAB Conservation Measures - Scenario 2

FAB CONSERVATION MEASURES


S2

SAVE

3 CLOSE

Technology Use air handler fan energy to reheat air Dual Temperature Chilled Water Plant Energy Reduction Energy Savings Resulting From reduction of filter coverage from 25 to 20% Use of Premium Efficiency motors (MAU) Use of Premium Efficiency motors (secondary chiller pumps) Variable frequency drives to improve energy / operational efficiency (MAU) Variable frequency drives to improve energy / operational efficiency (secondary chiller pumps) Air side economizer Energy recovery from general exhaust to pre-cool air intake Power Factor Improvement - include capacitors to improve to 0.95PF Higher thickness of roof insulation for improved thermal resistance Triple glazing Desalination water sourced off site (Additional Cost) Wastewater reclamation (Cooling Towers) MAU Condensate Recover for reuse

Implemented 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1

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GLOBALFOUNDRIES Construction and Demolition Waste Management Design Guidelines

Construction and Demolition Waste Management

GLOBALFOUNDRIES Construction and Demolition Waste Management Design Guidelines 1. SECTION OVERVIEW This section includes the waste management, disposal and all relevant documentation requirements and procedures to be implemented during construction. 2. DEFINITIONS Waste Any substance or object the holder discards, intends to discard or is required to dispose of. Land-Clearing Debris - Waste materials resulting from land-clearing that include preexisting development materials and plant matter, but do not include soil. Reused Waste - Waste materials that are reused at the construction site or sent to a location off-site (e.g. another construction project or product supplier) where they are used in their original form (i.e. without additional processing). Recycled Waste - Waste materials that are sent off-site to a recycling facility where they are used to displace virgin materials as resource for manufacturing processes that create new products. Landfill Waste - Waste materials that are sent to a landfill site for disposal Hazardous Waste - comprise of residues or ash of different activities and operations containing properties of hazardous substances Centre of Waste Management of Abu Dhabi (CWM) - Agency responsible for controlling and coordinating waste management activities throughout the Emirate. The Centre issues licenses License: Waste Transportation Vehicles and Companies, Temporary Waste Collection and Transportation Permits, Hazardous Waste Transportation Permit, Waste Handling Company Permit, Waste Charges for Trade Licenses of Industrial and Commercial Companies Waste Service Provider - Companies holding licenses from Abu Dhabi Waste Management Centre for carrying and disposing waste in approved facilities. Registered Providers are posted on CWM website (http://www.cwm.ae/) and updated regularly. 3. REFERENCES This Document should be revised to incorporate inputs from HSEIA or similar EHS study required for Globalfoundries to obtain an EHS Permit to Establish and EHS Permit for Construction by the Environment Agency of Abu Dhabi (EAD) and the Higher Corporation for Specialized Economic Zones (ZonesCorp). The following guidelines shall be followed: ESTIDAMA 2010, The Pearl Rating System for Estidama (Building Rating System) Design and Construction, V.1.0 Environment Agency of Abu Dhabi, Technical Guidance Document for Construction Environmental Management Plan (CEMP), April 2010 ZonesCorp Waste Management Requirements 4. OBJECTIVES A 70 % (weight/volume) waste diversion rate from landfill for construction and demolition waste should be targeted to achieve credits under Estidama Building Rating System. The targeted credits to be obtained under the Estidama are shown on the table below:
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GLOBALFOUNDRIES Construction and Demolition Waste Management Design Guidelines

Diversion Rate 70% (weight/volume)

Credit Targeted Estidama SM R2: Basic Construction Waste Management

Total Points Targeted Mandatory Credit + 2 Points (Optional Credit)

SM-13 Credit: Improved Construction Waste Management

5. DESCRIPTION OF WORK Identify, implement and document measures to achieve the waste management objectives listed above. Follow a strategy based on the 3Rs hierarchy: Reduce the generation of waste materials at the project site, reuse waste materials at the construction site (when feasible) and Recycle waste materials as a resource for manufacturing new products. Waste Management and Disposal activities shall include but not be limited to: Preparing waste management documentation and submittals to summarize all transfers of waste materials from the project site Coordinating waste management tasks with subcontractors to ensure timely and orderly progress of the work Supervising on-site waste management activities on a daily basis Arranging waste segregation facilities within the project site boundaries and consider secondary waste segregation locations to encourage segregation at the source as practicable. Arranging waste management service agreements with waste service providers and waste receiving facilities Reporting waste management progress to the Consultant 6. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 6.1. DESIGN CONSULTANT Adopt design and procurement methods to minimise use of materials and waste arisings as Best Practice Identify items to be recycled / salvaged and develop a log indicating activity/source of the generated for each type of waste as well as estimated volume. Consider materials such as concrete, brick, metal, wood, gypsum, plastic, cardboard etc. Identify potential Waste Service Providers to be appointed for each type of waste and indicate location. Waste Service Providers must be licensed by the Abu Dhabi Waste Management Center

GLOBALFOUNDRIES Construction and Demolition Waste Management Design Guidelines Establish targets for diversion from landfill in compliance with Estidama diversion rate of 70% of total waste generated during construction (weight/volume) or more (to achieve additional points). Develop a Construction and Demolition Waste Management Plan (CDWMP). The Plan shall include targets estimated and shall incorporate local regulatory requirements and relevant approved documentation by Regulatory Authorities. The CDWMP shall be included in the Project Specifications for contractors compliance Prepare required documentation for Credit review under Estidama rating system 6.2. CONTRACTOR

All Contractors are responsible for the appointment of a Waste Management Contractor approved by Abu Dhabi Waste Management Center (WMC). Contractors shall prepare and maintain required documentation prior to construction commencement and during construction progress. All Contractors shall implement the guidelines specified within this document (Construction Waste Management Plan) to ensure compliance with EAD/ZonesCorp requirements and to achieve required credits Estidama certification Implementation of the Construction Waste Management Plan (CWMP) may involve activities performed by Subcontractors and Suppliers. All Main Contractors, Subcontractors and Suppliers shall be responsible for segregating construction waste into recyclable components, non-recyclable waste and hazardous wastes. Site Supervisors are responsible for coordinating the implementation, and enforcement of the CWMP, as well as to ensure that the workforce, through adequate and continuous training, complies with prescribed protocols Staff personnel will implement and follow the requirements of the CWMP Contractors are responsible of tracking waste being generated, recycled and disposed off site to through the submission of waste tracking reports as specified by the client. 6.3. ENGINEER / CLIENT REPRESENTATIVE

The Engineer / Client Representative will oversee Contractors compliance with DCWMP requirements. 7. CO-ORDINATION MEETINGS Coordination Meetings should be undertaken between the Design Consultant, the Contractor (subcontractors when required) and the Engineer / Client Representative to review and monitor Waste Management and Disposal requirements. The meeting shall include a review of the following at a minimum: Waste Management and Disposal objectives Waste Management and Disposal requirements and procedures Waste Management and Disposal documentation and submittals

GLOBALFOUNDRIES Construction and Demolition Waste Management Design Guidelines 8. SUBMITTALS Waste Description and Proposed Receiving Facilities (to include at a minimum) Waste Tracking Worksheet (Including receipts, invoices, letters and other documentation) Final Waste Diversion Report (Summary of Final results against target and receipts, invoices, letters and other documentation)

GLOBALFOUNDRIES Construction Indoor Air Quality Management Design Guidelines Construction Indoor Air Quality Management

GLOBALFOUNDRIES Construction Indoor Air Quality Management Design Guidelines

1.

OVERVIEW Overview of indoor air quality management (including product/material selection) requirements and procedures

2.

DEFINITIONS Pollutant Source Sources of indoor air pollutants on the construction site. Any construction activity or material that produces odour and/or dust is considered a source of air pollutants (e.g. paints, coats, generators, compressors, cutting tools, vehicles etc.) Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) - Organic chemicals that produce vapors readily at room temperature and normal atmospheric pressure (e.g. gasoline, solvents, etc.)

3.

REFERENCES Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association (SMACNA). IAQ Guidelines for Occupied Buildings Under Construction, 2007, 2nd Edition ASHRAE. ANSI/ASHRAE 52.2-1999: Method of Testing General Ventilation AirCleaning Devices for Removal Efficiency by Particle Size. BS EN 779 2002 Particulate Air filters for general ventilation determination of the filtration performance

4.

OBJECTIVES Meet requirements to achieve Estidama LBi-3: Construction Indoor Air Quality Management and LEED IEQ Credit 3.1 on Construction Indoor Air Quality Management Plan (Construction) and LEED IEQ Credit 3.2 Construction Indoor Air Quality Management Plan (Before Occupancy). Meet or exceed the recommended Design Approaches of the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association (SMACNA) IAQ Guidelines for Occupied Buildings under Construction, 2007, 2nd Edition Protect construction workers and future building occupants from indoor air quality problems resulting from construction activities and building materials. Reduce the production and circulation of pollutants during construction. Protect equipment and absorptive materials stored and installed on-site from moisture, dust and dirt accumulation during construction. Prepare the building for occupancy following construction and prior to occupancy.

5.

DESCRIPTION OF WORK Indoor air quality management activities shall include: Preparing indoor air quality management documentation and submittals as detailed herein Identifying source of pollution and control measures Identifying, implementing and documenting measures to achieve the indoor air quality management objectives Supervising on-site indoor air quality management activities on a daily basis
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GLOBALFOUNDRIES Construction Indoor Air Quality Management Design Guidelines Coordinating indoor air quality management tasks with subcontractors to ensure timely and orderly progress of the work Conducting indoor air quality management inspections and making necessary repairs Maintaining an indoor air quality inspection log to document observations, deficiencies and corrective actions Reporting indoor air quality management progress to the Engineer / Client Representative 6. 6.1. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES DESIGN CONSULTANT Develop an Indoor Air Quality Management (IAQ) Management Plan to address at a minimum: Source Control during construction, Building Flush Out and Resuming Normal Building Operation upon construction completion as per Estidama requirements Prepare IAQ Planning Checklists as per SMACNA IAQ Guidelines (Appendix C) Identify and evaluate proposed controls measures as per SMACNA IAQ Guidelines (Appendix C) Assess the duration of pre-occupancy flush-out per Estidama requirements Prepare documentation for Credit review under Estidama/LEED rating system 6.2. CONTRACTOR The Contractor will be responsible in developing and implementing a Construction IAQ Plan compliant with the requirements as stipulated herein. The Contractor should designate one person to be responsible for all aspects of Construction Indoor Air Quality coordination (during construction) related to indoor air quality management. 6.3. ENGINEER / CLIENT REPRESENTATIVE 7. THE ENGINEER / CLIENT REPRESENTATIVE WILL OVERSEE CONTRACTORS COMPLIANCE WITH THE CONSTRUCTION INDOOR AIR QUALITY PLAN COORDINATION MEETINGS Coordination Meetings shall be held (Prior to mobilization on-site, the Contractor shall hold a kick-off meeting with the Engineer / Client Representative to review indoor air quality management requirements. This meeting shall include a review of: Indoor air quality management objectives Indoor air quality management requirements and procedures Indoor air quality management documentation and submittals 8. SUBMITTALS Detailed Construction Indoor Air Quality Management Plan
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GLOBALFOUNDRIES Construction Indoor Air Quality Management Design Guidelines IAQ Planning Checklists Submit IAQ Planning Checklists and evaluations of proposed control measures as per Appendix C of SMACNA IAQ guidelines for occupied building under construction IAQ Inspection Checklists Develop the IAQ inspection Checklists as per Appendix C of Smacna IAQ Guidelines Complete the log on a weekly basis. The log shall commence when the building is enclosed and carry through to building turnover. Summary Report

GLOBALFOUNDRIES Minimum Energy Performance Energy Reduction Design Guidelines

Minimum Energy Performance Energy Reduction

GLOBALFOUNDRIES Minimum Energy Performance Energy Reduction Design Guidelines 1. SECTION OVERVIEW This section includes a guide to establish Building Minimum Energy Performance and assist the building design decision making assessing various options to achieve minimum level of energy efficiency. 2. REFERENCES ASHRAE/IESNA 90.1 2007: Energy Standard for Building except Low-Rise Residential Buildings 3. OBJECTIVES To establish minimum level of energy efficiency for the building and systems and demonstrate a minimum of 12% performance improvement compared to baseline building performance to comply with RE-R1 Credit: Minimum Energy Performance (Estidama Rating System) Achieve reduction in the building energy consumption against the Baseline Building Performance during operation to achieve RE-1 Credit Improved Energy Performance (Estidama Rating System) To obtain additional credits the following energy reduction must be achieved: Energy Reduction % 12% 14% 16% 18% 20% 22% - 22.5% 24 25 % 27.5 28 % 30 % 32 32.5% 34 - 35 % 40 % 44 45% 50% 55% 60% 4. DESCRIPTION OF WORK Estidama Points Additional

None (Required Credit) 1 2 3 4 5 (22.5%) 6 (25%) 7 (27.5%) 8 9 (32.5%) 10 (35%) 11 12 (45%) 13 14 15

GLOBALFOUNDRIES Minimum Energy Performance Energy Reduction Design Guidelines Develop an Energy simulation model to calculate building energy consumption and identify the most cost effective energy efficiency measures. The model should comply with ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA Standard, 2007. Ensure that the proposed design (Building envelop and systems) complies with baseline requirements as per the specified sections ASHRAE/IESNA 90.1 2007: Energy Standard for Building except Low-Rise Residential Buildings (Sections 5.4, 6.4, 7.4, 8.4, 9.4, 10.4) Compare energy efficiency measure and optimized performance against baseline energy performance Develop and submit Energy Model Template and calculations summarizing the model results as per Estidama Design and Construction Submission requirements 5. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 5.1. DESIGN CONSULTANT The Design Consultant is responsible for developing the building envelope and systems design to meet credit requirements Develop, in conjunction with the Modeling Consultant, a series of energy conservation measures to be considered for the simulation exercise Provide with all energy costs associated with the Energy Performance The Design Consultant shall manage the Energy Modeling process to comply with Estidama requirements and referenced standards in coordination with the modeling consultant The Design Consultant is responsible of ensuring that the required documentation is maintained and submitted as needed to achieve the required credits under the Estidama rating systems. 5.2. MODELING CONSULTANT Develop and run simulation model and maintain all required documentation for the purpose of the credit submissions The Modeling consultant in conjunction with the Design Consultant shall identify the most cost effective measures to be considered during the modeling exercise. 6. CO-ORDINATION Coordination Meetings shall be held between the Design and the Modeling Consultant on a regular basis to establish modeling requirements, identify cost effective energy reduction measures, review model results, credit submission requirements etc. 7. SUBMITTALS The following documentation will be developed and submitted as part of the credit submission as per Estidama requirements: Documentation of the all the measures considered that reduce process loads and energy load savings Energy Cost Calculations
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GLOBALFOUNDRIES Minimum Energy Performance Energy Reduction Design Guidelines Energy Model Template, calculations and narrative summarizing the model results 8. METHODOLOGY Methodology of the Energy Model Template should be compliant with Estidama Credit Calculation requirementsand ASHRAE/IESNA 90.1 2007

GLOBALFOUNDRIES Erosion and Sedimentation Control Design Guidelines

Erosion and Sedimentation Control (ESC)


As mentioned in Section 7.4 ESC measures reflect LEED credit requirements, whereas similar controls compliant with Estidama requirements are expected to be included in the Construction Environmental Management Plan (CEMP). It is understood that the CEMP will be prepared by the appointed Environmental Consultant on behalf of GF. This is expected to fulfill the Estidama Credit IDP 3 (Construction Environmental Management Plan).

GLOBALFOUNDRIES Erosion and Sedimentation Control Design Guidelines

1. REFERENCES
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water. Chapter 3: Sediment and Erosion Control and Chapter 4: Other Controls. Document No. EPA 832-R-92-005 Storm Water Management for Construction Activities, 1992

Environment Agency of Abu Dhabi, Technical Guidance Document for Construction Environmental Management Plan (CEMP), April 2010 2. OBJECTIVES Prevent the loss of soil from the construction site resulting from storm water runoff, wind erosion, and construction activities. Prevent the sedimentation of storm sewers and receiving waters. Prevent air pollution caused by dust and particulate matter. Meet or exceed the requirements of LEED-NC Version 3.0 Sustainable Sites Prerequisite 1 Erosion & Sedimentation Control which specifies compliance with 2003, EPA Construction General Permit (Provisions for Phase I and Phase II of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Programme), or local erosion and sedimentation control standards and codes, whichever is more stringent. 3. DESCRIPTION OF WORK Develop a detailed Erosion and sedimentation control plan to include activities such as: Identifying construction activities potentially causing dust generation, soil erosion and sedimentation as well as applicable mitigation measures Develop a Drawing showing erosion and sedimentation control measures as described in this Section Installing erosion and sedimentation control products Supervising on site erosion and sedimentation control activities on a daily basis Coordinating erosion and sedimentation control tasks with subcontractors to ensure timely and orderly progress of the work Conducting erosion and sedimentation control inspections and making necessary repairs Maintaining an erosion and sedimentation control inspection log to document observations, deficiencies and corrective actions Preparing erosion and sedimentation control documentation and submittals as detailed herein Reporting erosion and sedimentation control progress to the Consultant 4. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

GLOBALFOUNDRIES Erosion and Sedimentation Control Design Guidelines 4.1. DESIGN CONSULTANT Identify Construction Activities with potential soil erosion and sedimentation impacts Carry out an analysis of site limitations and constraints such as slope, surface water streams, soil erodability etc. Develop an Erosion and Sedimentation Control (ESC) Management Plan to prevent soil erosion and stormwater runoff during construction in compliance with LEED and local regulatory requirements Prepare required documentation for Credit review under Estidama/LEED rating system 4.2. CONTRACTOR Contractors will be responsible in developing and implementing a project specific ESC Management Plan in compliance with GF requirements Each contractor should designate one or more persons (depending on scale and risk of the construction activities) to be responsible for all aspects of LEED coordination (during construction) related to erosion and sedimentation control. Each Contractor shall design, document and implement the erosion and sedimentation control measures during construction to meet LEED requirements. 4.3. ENGINEER / CLIENT REPRESENTATIVE The Engineer / Client Representative will oversee Contractors compliance with the Erosion and Sedimentation Control requirements as stipulated herein 5. COORDINATION MEETINGS Coordination meetings with the Design Consultant, the Contractor (in conjunction with the Engineer / Client Representative) and subcontractors when required to review erosion and sedimentation control requirements. This meeting shall include a review of: Erosion and sedimentation control objectives Erosion and sedimentation control requirements and procedures Erosion and sedimentation control documentation and submittals 6. SUBMITTALS

GLOBALFOUNDRIES Erosion and Sedimentation Control Design Guidelines Site Drawing with specifications that detail the specifications of the erosion/sedimentation controls to be followed (The drawing shall also show: project site, the nearest stormwater drain, areas of soil disturbance and areas that will not be disturbed, Materials or equipment storage areas, waste handling areas, stormwater discharge locations, areas where stabilization is likely to occur etc.) List of activities likely to generate soil erosion/sedimentation and/or soil/water pollution; List of the specific control measures to be applied with a Brief Description (Best Management Practices BMPs) Inspection and Photograph Checklist At the end of construction or prior to removal, whichever comes first Submit the completed checklist

Preliminary Estidama Scorecards

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Pearl Building Rating System


Project Summary Project Details
Project Name Project ID Pearl Rating Stage Date 1/10/2010 GF Administration Building

Credit Section
IDP - Integrated Development Process NS - Natural Systems LB - Livable Buildings PW - Precious Water RE - Resourceful Energy SM - Stewarding Materials IP - Innovating Practice

Credit Points Available


13 12 36 43 44 28 3

(Yes) Credit Points


10 2 21 15 13 6 2

(Maybe) Credit Points


3 0 11 19 15 17 1

Pearl Rating Levels


Total Credit Points Required credits only 60 85 115 140 Pearl Rating 1 2 3 4 5

Total

69

66

Design Pearl Rating Construction Pearl Rating

2 1

Pearl Building Rating System


Project Details
Project Name Project ID Pearl Rating Stage Date 1/10/2010 GF Administration Building

Credit Points Summary


Credit Reference IDP
IDP-R1

Credit Title Integrated Development Process


Integrated Development Strategy

Credit Points Available

Attainable
Yes Maybe No

Design Project Phase


Master Plan Building Design Constr. Phase

Description

Remarks

Required

Yes

Integrated Development Implementation Strategy: to facilitate an effective transition between project stages and project packages to ensure that the initial vision, objectives and targets are carried through to completion. Identify Vision, set objectives, targets and KPIs, Team Chart and Roles etc.) X Tenant Fit-Out Design & Construction Guide in order to formally communicate to future tenants and their design requirements

GF Industry Requirement Report provided by GF

IDP-R2

Tenant Fit-Out Design & Construction Guide

Required

Yes

IDP-R3

Basic Commissioning

Required

Yes

Not applicable for GF. Requires Clarification with Estidama Demonstrate that: An independent commissioning agent, reporting to the project owner, is Appoint a Commissioning Agent reporting to GF engaged as part of the project design team throughout the design stages; Commissioning Plan (Design Stage) / Incorporate commissioning and Comprehensive commissioning requirements in project specifications and, At the building requirements at building completion stage. completion stage the building has been commissioned by independent commissioning engineers; The commissioning report has been reviewed and verified prior to building completion. GF to consider appointing a qualified professional to conduct LCC analysis and update it through future project stages. CH2MHILL to include this requirements in RFP documentation. The LCC proffessional can still be independent of CH2M and report directly to GF. To be inlcluded in Design Documents

IDP-1

Life Cycle Costing

Use Life Cycle Cost analysis during design

IDP-2 IDP-3 IDP-4 IDP-5 IDP-6

Guest Worker Accommodation Construction Environmental Management Building Envelope Verification Re-Commissioning Sustainability Awareness TOTAL

2 2 1 2 2 13

2 1 1 2 2 10 3 0 1

X X

X X X X X

Develop a Guest Worker Accommodation Plan.

( 1 ) - Develop the CEMP in accordance with Abu Dhabi Environment Agencys regulations. ( 1 Input from Environmental Consultant ) - Project Lead Contractor is ISO 14001 or EHSMS Certified. Demonstrate that the building envelope meets the design intent and minimizes building impacts from condensation, water ingress, air infiltration and improper drainage. Demonstrate that the building performs as designed to protect occupant health and comfort, as well as providing for ongoing building efficiency. Difficult to verify on site (ASHRAE Guidelines2005, NIBS GL3, BSRIA) To be determined

( 1 ) - Develop an Occupant Handbook. ( 1 ) - Design an occupant feedback mechanism to give To be included in Design requirement information on how they impact building performance.

NS
NS-R1 NS-R2 NS-R3 NS-1 NS-2

Natural Systems
Natural Systems Assessment Natural Systems Protection Natural Systems Design and Management Strategy Reuse of Land Remediation of Contaminated Land

Required Required Required


2 2

Yes Yes Yes


2 2

X X X X X

Input from ERM / Phase I Assessment and detailed field surveys to be conducted by To protect significant and valuable Natural Systems assets identified in NS-R1 Natural Systems environmental consultant As above Assessment. Establish environmental baseline conditions on site and surroundings to be considered and assessed at the design stage To minimize demand for resources, promote soil protection and enhancement and ensure the Incorporate in Landscape Design long term survival and management of landscaped/habitat areas. ( 2 ) Demonstrate that at least 75% of the site area has been previously developed. ( 2 ) Demonstrate the site is contaminated and an assessment report and remediation strategy has been prepared. ( 1 ) - 50% of plants to comprise of native and adaptive drought and / or saline tolerant species including a minimum of 5 different types of species. ( 2 ) - 70% of plants to comprise native and adaptive drought and / or saline tolerant species including a minimum of 10 different types of species. ( 4 ) - Prepare a Habitat Creation or Restoration Strategy; and Allocate an on-site or off-site habitat creation or restoration site of minimum areas as defined above. ( 2 ) - Demonstrate that through collaboration, off-site ecological corridors have been designed to link similar habitat types.

NS-3

Ecological Enhancement

Incorporate in Landscape Design

NS-4

Habitat Creation and Restoration

TOTAL

12

10

LBo

Livable Building : Outdoors


Demonstrate that the proposed development is located within an Urban Growth Boundary as identified by UPCs adopted Framework Plans. Demonstrate that the proposed developments Floor Area Ratio (FAR), dwelling units per hectare (du/ha), building height, building mass, Obtain Letter from UPC transportation and open space networks are consistent with the applicable Plan 2030 and/or Development Code and/or Area Plan. Demonstrate that, before the start of the design process and site clearance, an urban systems assessment has been carried out for the project site and at the following scales: Local, Subregional, and Regional scale. Identify opportunities and constraints associated with the development and compile an Urban Systems Assessment Report. Shade measures (cover or shade) must be provided in all applicable spaces and achieve a minimum percent shading. Shade measures include: Exterior Surface Parking with more than 10 spaces (including parking on roof surfaces) 40%, Public Open Spaces (including privately Follow up with Planning Team owned) 60%, Primary Pedestrian Walkways (based on 1.8m width within the through zone) 75%, Secondary Pedestrian Walkways (based on 1.8m width within the through zone) 75%, Cycle Tracks 50%, Playgrounds 90% Demonstrate that the outdoor thermal comfort strategy has been improved beyond the minimum established under credit LBo-R3 Outdoor Thermal Comfort Strategy by increasing the shade measures. (1)50 % (2)55 % - Surface car parking, including parking on roof surfaces (1)65 % (2)70 % - Public Open Space, including privately owned (1)80 % (2)85 % - Primary Follow up with Planning Team Pedestrian Walkway, based on 1.8m width within the through zone (1)80 % (2)85 % - Secondary Pedestrian Walkway, based on 1.8m width within the through zone (1)55 % (2)65 % - Cycle tracks Demonstrate that the building is located within a Pearl Rated community. Demonstrate that the building is located within 350m safe walking distance of any of the five listed amenities. Demonstrate that outdoor spaces have been provided and programmed to encourage activity, including sport and recreation. Develop and implement an Active Urban Environment Program. X Residential Only: Provide 90% of units with outdoor amenity space as per the Credit Requirements ( 2 ) - Demonstrate that the building is within 350m of a tram and/or bus stop with a 15 minute frequency. ( 3 ) - Demonstrate that the building is also within 350m of a metro or regional rail station. X ( 1 ) Meet the Credit Requirements for bicycle parking facilities. ( 1 ) Meet the Additional Credit Requirements for shower, locker and changing facilities and/or cycle lanes. 6% of parking spaces provided must be identified for the sole use of priority vehicles. The spaces must be optimally located for building access and half of the spaces must be supplied with vehicle charging points. Not Applicable Confirm with UPC on plans for tram line (North to GF site)

LBo-R1

Plan 2030

Required

Yes

LBo-R2

Urban Systems Assessment

Required

Yes

LBo-R3

Outdoor Thermal Comfort Strategy

Required

Yes

LBo-1

Improved Outdoor Thermal Comfort

LBo-2 LBo-3

Pearl Rated Communities Accessible Community Facilities

1 1

1 1

X X

LBo-4

Active Urban Environments

LBo-5

Private Outdoor Space

LBo-6

Public Transport

LBo-7

Bicycle Facilities

Confirm with GF on bicycle paths on site

LBo-8

Preferred Car Parking Spaces

Follow up with Planning Team

LBo-9

Travel Plan

Demonstrate the development of a Travel Plan. The Travel Plan must include: details of the type of measures proposed to manage the demand for travel by car; targets for reducing car Confirm with GF travel; means of monitoring the effectiveness of the Plan; and remedial measures that will be implemented in the event that the stated targets are not delivered. X Demonstrate light pollution reduction in compliance with the Credit Requirements Confirm with Technology Lead

LBo-10

Light Pollution Reduction TOTAL

1 14

1 5 5 3

LBi
LBi-R1 LBi-R2 LBi-R3 LBi-1 LBi-2.1 LBi-2.2 LBi-2.3 LBi-2.4 LBi-2.5 LBi-3

Livable Building : Indoors


Healthy Ventilation Delivery Smoking Control Legionella Prevention Ventilation Quality Material Emissions : Adhesives & Sealants Material Emissions : Paints & Coatings Material Emissions : Carpet & Hard Flooring Material Emissions : Ceiling Systems Material Emissions : Formaldehyde Reduction Construction Indoor Air Quality Management

Required Required Required


3 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2

Yes Yes Yes


1

X X X

X X X X X X X X X X

Protect the quality of air drawn into buildings for ventilation and to ensure minimum delivery Input from Environmental Consultant (Baseline of outdoor fresh air; Develop an Observational Survey of Local Air Quality Air Quality Assessment) Demonstrate appropriate measures are incorporated into the building design to reduce exposure to tobacco smoke Manage the risk of Legionella in water based building systems. ( 1 ) - CO2 sensors at all return points. ( 1 ) - Demonstrate an increase in outdoor air ventilation of 15% above the outdoor air ventilation rates. ( 1 ) - Mixed Mode Operation (not available to retail use type) 95% of all adhesives & sealants meet criteria. 95% of all surface areas meet criteria 100% of all carpets, carpet cushion, hard flooring and associated finishes comply All ceiling systems meet credit criteria ( 1 ) - All internal construction materials meet formaldehyde class E1 levels. ( 1 ) All internal construction and furniture meets formaldehyde class E1 levels. Develop a construction IAQ plan For enclosed cark park. Ensure car parking ventilation design meets the credit requirements. Where project does not contain any enclosed car parks (75% enclosed) the credit is automatically awarded Compliant thermal zoning strategy and controls ( 1 ) - General: 1 control per 2 occupants, General (Mixed Mode) : 50% occupied area, MultiOccupant Spaces (Office, Residential, Schools): 1 control per space (more if movable partitions present). ( 1 ) - General: 1 control per 2 occupants & modulating HVAC systems in multi-occupant spaces, General (Mixed Mode): 75% of occupied area, Multi-Occupant Spaces (Office, Residential, Schools): 1 control per space (more if movable partitions present) Incorporate in design requirements Incorporate in design requirements Confirm with Technology Lead Confirm with GF on material selection Confirm with GF on material selection Confirm with GF on material selection Confirm with GF on material selection Confirm with GF on material selection Include in the specifications

LBi-4

Car Park Air Quality Management

Confirm with Planning Team Incorporate in design requirements / Model to determine cooling demand

LBi-5.1

Thermal Comfort & Controls : Thermal Zoning

LBi-5.2

Thermal Comfort & Controls : Occupant Control

Confirm with Technology Lead

LBi-5.3

Thermal Comfort & Controls : Thermal Comfort Modeling

( 1 ) - Category C Performance: PMV levels between -0.7 and +0.7 (15% PPD) & 90% acceptability limits for Mixed Mode (if applicable). ( 1 ) - Category B Performance: PMV levels Confirm with Technology Lead between -0.5 and +0.5 (10% PPD) & 90% acceptability limits for Mixed Mode (if applicable). PMV - Predicted Mean Vote, PDD - Predicted Percentage Dissatisfied General: All high frequency fluorescent ballasts and occupancy sensors meeting credit requirements. Incorporate in design requirements

LBi-6

High Frequency Lighting

Pearl Building Rating System


Project Details
Project Name Project ID Pearl Rating Stage Date 1/10/2010 GF Administration Building

Credit Points Summary


Credit Reference Credit Title Credit Points Available Attainable
Yes Maybe No

Design Project Phase


Master Plan Building Design Constr. Phase

Description

Remarks

LBi-7

Daylight & Glare

( 1 ) - General : min 250 Lux for 50% of occupied area. Meet requirements for occupancy sensors relevant to space type. Meet requirements for glare control relevant to space type. ( Allow Occupancy Sensor. Daylight Design 1 ) - General : min 250 Lux for 75% of occupied area. Meet requirements for occupancy Software - Include in the design sensors relevant to space type. Meet requirements for glare control relevant to space type. General: 75% of occupied areas have views through vision glazing. Confirm with Architect

LBi-8 LBi-9

Views Indoor Noise Pollution

1 1

1 1

X X

Demonstrate that internal ambient noise levels do not exceed 50 dB(A) Leq in the area to be Confirm with Architect occupied. Develop & Implement Safety & Security Plan Incorporate Estidama Requirements to Overall Security Plan (In line with UPC Security requirements where applicable)

LBi-10

Safe & Secure Environment TOTAL

23

16

PW
PW-R1

Precious Water
Minimum Interior Water Use Reduction

Required

Yes

Demonstrate that the projects predicted interior potable water consumption will be no greater than the baseline building water consumption using efficiency measures only.

Use UPC Water Calculator / Input from Technology Lead

PW-R2

Exterior Water Monitoring

Required

Yes

Demonstrate that easily accessible and clearly labelled water meters are provided and capable of monitoring the water consumption of, at a minimum, the following exterior water Incorporate at the design stage uses (where present): Heat rejection; External hose bibs; Irrigation systems; Swimming pools; and Water features. Demonstrate using the Building Water Calculator that the proposed building has achieved the following reduction in potable water consumption compared to the baseline building: ( 1 ) 4% Confirm with Technology Lead ( 2 ) 8% ( 3 ) 12% ( 4 ) 16% ( 5 ) 20% ( 6 ) 24% ( 7 ) 28% ( 8 ) 32% ( 9 ) 36% ( 10 ) 40% ( 11 ) 44% ( 12 ) 48% ( 13 ) 52% ( 14 ) 56% ( 15 ) 60% ( 2-4 ) Demonstrate that the average irrigation requirement for all landscaped areas has been minimized. ( 1 ) Demonstrate that a water efficient irrigation system has been incorporated into the landscape design. ( 1 ) Demonstrate that best practices for ongoing system management and operation have been established. ( 2 ) Demonstrate that 100% of the Confirm with Technology Lead exterior irrigation demand can be served using the Exterior Water Allowance, and that a recycled water mainline loop has been installed where Pearl Building Rating System: Design & Construction, Version 1.0, April 2010 124 of 223 recycled water is not immediately available. ( 2-5 ) Demonstrate that a percentage of the projects cooling tower/district cooling water make-up requirements can be served using the Exterior Water Allowance. ( 8 ) Demonstrate that no water is required for heat rejection.

PW-1

Improved Interior Water Use Reduction

15

PW-2.1

Exterior Water Use Reduction: Landscaping

PW-2.2

Exterior Water Use Reduction: Heat Rejection

Confirm with Technology Lead

PW-2.3

Exterior Water Use Reduction: Water Features

( 2 ) Demonstrate that the water make-up requirements for all exterior water features can be served using the Exterior Water Allowance. ( 1 ) Demonstrate that all external swimming Confirm with Technology Lead pools are provided with adequate pool blankets. ( 4 ) Demonstrate that there are no exterior water features or swimming pools. X ( 2 ) Demonstrate that metering facilities that monitor the water consumption of major Include requirements for Leak Detection into individual interior uses are installed. ( 2 ) Demonstrate that a leak detection system has been Design requirements installed. ( 1-2 ) Stormwater management system is designed to meet Quantity Control criteria as per Credit Requirements. ( 1 ) Stormwater management system is designed to meet Quality Confirm with Technology Lead Control criteria as per Credit Requirements. ( 1 ) An Operation & Maintenance Plan has been developed.

PW-3

Water Monitoring & Leak Detection

PW-4

Stormwater Management

TOTAL

43

15

19

RE

Resourceful Energy
Develop an energy model for the proposed building(s) using appropriate dynamic simulation modeling software and calculate the baseline building energy consumption according to the building performance rating method outlined in Appendix G of ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1-2007, using the minimum acceptable standards for building fabric, HVAC, service water heating, power, lighting and other equipment. Demonstrate a minimum 12% performance improvement compared to the baseline building performance demonstrated by the energy simulation model as per the methodology outlined within Appendix G of Standard 90.1-2007.

RE-R1

Minimum Energy Performance

Required

Yes

Include Energy Model in design requirements

RE-R2

Energy Monitoring and Reporting

Required

Yes

Demonstrate that easily accessible and clearly labelled energy sub-meters are provided which enable a minimum of 90% of the estimated annual energy consumption of each fuel type Include in specifications (electricity, gas etc) to be monitored as outlined within the Calculations and Methodologies section. Refrigerants - Demonstrate that all refrigerants to be installed within the project site boundary have an ozone depletion potential (ODP) of zero. Fire Suppression Systems Demonstrate that all gaseous fire suppression systems to be installed within the project site boundary have an ozone depletion potential (ODP) of zero

RE-R3

Ozone Impacts of Refrigerants & Fire Suppression Systems

Required

Yes

Include in specifications

RE-1

Improved Energy Performance

15

Demonstrate further percentage reductions in the proposed building energy consumption The points indicated are based on assumptions beyond the baseline building consumption determined in RE-R1. Points are awarded as and excpected to be revised once Energy follows: ( 1 ) 14% ( 2 ) 16% ( 3 ) 18% ( 4 ) 20% ( 5 ) 22.5% ( 6 ) 25% ( 7 ) 27.5% ( 8 ) 30% ( 9 ) Simulaition baseline and options are developed 32.5% ( 10 ) 35% ( 11 ) 40% ( 12 ) 45% ( 13 ) 50% ( 14 ) 55% ( 15 ) 60% ( 1-5 ) Demonstrate percentage reductions in annual external heat gain attributed to passive design measures. ( 1 ) 10% ( 2 ) 20% ( 3 ) 30% ( 4 ) 40% ( 5 ) 50% ( 1 ) Demonstrate that roofing materials with a high Solar Reflectance Index will be used. Demonstrate that all developer purchased and/or leased installed appliances shall be energy efficient, and that tenant guidelines outlining the benefits of energy efficient appliances will be produced. ( 1 ) Demonstrate that easily accessible stairs shall be provided to at least the first three floors of the building. ( 1 ) Demonstrate that all lifts within the building shall be energy efficient. ( 1 ) Demonstrate that all escalators within the building shall be energy efficient. ( 2 ) Demonstrate peak electrical load shall be less than 80% above annual average electrical load. ( 4 ) Demonstrate peak electrical load shall be less than 60% above annual average electrical load. Confirm with Technology Lead

RE-2

Cool Building Strategies

RE-3

Energy Efficient Appliances

RE-4

Vertical Transportation

RE-5

Peak Load Reduction

Confirm with Technology Lead

RE-6

Renewable Energy

Demonstrate that a percentage of the total energy consumption will be supplied by onsite renewable energy. ( 1 ) 1% ( 2 ) 3% ( 3 ) 5% ( 4 ) 7% ( 5 ) 10% ( 6 ) 13% ( 7 ) 16% ( 8 ) 20% 1% Cost of PV to be determined ( 1 ) Demonstrate that 20% of the projects non-renewable energy use will be supplied by offsite renewable energy. ( 1 ) Demonstrate that the weighted average of all refrigerants shall have a GWP of 10 or less. ( 1 ) Demonstrate that a permanent refrigerant leak detection system shall be installed. ( 1 ) Confirm with Technology Lead Demonstrate that an automatic refrigerant pump down system shall be installed. ( 1 ) Demonstrate that 100% of gaseous fire systems shall have a GWP of 1 or less.

RE-7

Global Warming Impacts of Refrigerants & Fire Suppression Systems

TOTAL

44

13

15

15

SM
SM-R1

Stewarding Materials
Hazardous Waste Elimination

Required Required

Yes Yes

To eliminate exposure of building occupants to asbestos and minimize toxic effects of chromated copper arsenate (CCA) treated timber on people and the environment. Reduce the long-term environmental impacts associated with construction waste collection, transport and disposal; Minimum final recycling/salvage rate of 30% of construction and demolition waste (weight/volume) - excluding hazardous Reduce the long-term environmental impacts associated with operational waste collection, transport and disposal; Proposed option: 40% minimum target of diversion rate (weight/volume) & Waste segregation in 4 types and waste containers location requirements ( 1 ) Building meets the Zero Ozone Depleting Potential, Low Global Warming Potential Insulation Credit Requirements through design. ( 1 ) Building meets the Chlorine Free Materials Credit Requirements through design. ( 1 ) Building meets the Low Toxicity Materials Credit Requirements through design. General: Building is designed with at least one material reduction initiative. Offices only: At least two initiatives are required. Demonstrate the following: 90% of the building has regular rhythm to exposed facades (by area); Floor-to-floor heights of at least 3.6 meters; 90% of the windows are evenly distributed around exposed elevations (by area); 90% of interior, non-structural walls are demountable or movable (by area); and 90% of pipes, wiring and conduits are not permanently embedded in building materials (in length). Develop a Building Disassembly Plan highlighting the following: materials intended for recovery; materials connection requirements; system for marking and identifying recoverable elements prior to installation; best management practices for disassembly; and the disassembly sequence. Demonstrate that 50% of the building structural skeleton, 75% of faade, or 90% of the roof is designed for disassembly (by surface area). At least 95% (by surface area) of finished floor areas are specified with modular flooring products. Develop a Building Durability Plan. ( 1 ) At least 25% of the building structural system, by surface area, will be reused. ( 2 ) At least 50% of the building structural system, by surface area, will be reused. The cost of specified reused materials equal to at least 3% of the Total Material Cost. ( 1 ) Cost of regional materials specified equal to 10% of Total Material Cost. ( 2 ) Cost of regional materials specified equal to 20% of Total Material Cost.

Include in materials specifications Incorporate Requirements into Construction Waste Management Plan prepared by Environmental Consultant Incorporate Requirements into Operational Waste Management Plan prepared by Environmental Consultant

SM-R2

Basic Construction Waste Management

Required
SM-R3 Basic Operational Waste Management

Yes

3 SM-1 SM-2 Non-Polluting Materials Design for Material Reduction 1

Confirm with Technology Lead

Confirm with Technology Lead

1 SM-3 Design for Flexibility & Adaptability

SM-4 SM-5 SM-6 SM-7 SM-8 SM-9

Design for Disassembly Modular Flooring Systems Design for Durability Building Reuse Material Reuse Regional Materials 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 X X X X X

Further Research on materials availability

( 1 ) Steel-framed: at least 50% of specified structural steel (by weight) has 25% postconsumer recycled content or is reused Concrete-framed: at least 80% of specified rebar or stressing steel has 90% post-consumer recycled content. ( 1 ) Specified concrete mix and reduction in cement use will achieve an embodied GHG of concrete as per table SM10.1, rows B1, C1 and D1. ( 2 ) Specified concrete mix and reduction in cement use will achieve an Further Research on materials availability embodied GHG of concrete as per table SM10.1, rows B2, C2 and D2. ( 1 ) At least 15% of all specified aggregates to be used for structural or non-structural applications are recycled. ( 2 ) Only recycled aggregate is specified for use as base, sub-base or backfill. ( 1 ) Cost of specified recycled materials equal to at least 10% of Total Material Costs.

SM-10

Recycled Materials

Pearl Building Rating System


Project Details
Project Name Project ID Pearl Rating Stage Date 1/10/2010 GF Administration Building

Credit Points Summary


Credit Reference Credit Title Credit Points Available Attainable
Yes Maybe No

Design Project Phase


Master Plan Building Design
X

Constr. Phase

Description
at least 75% (by area) of one or more specified building components are rapidly renewable; at least 35% (by area) of two or more specified building components are rapidly renewable; or at least 15% (by area) of four or more specified building components are rapidly renewable. ( 1 ) At least 50% (by cost) of the specified timber comply with the Credit Requirements. ( 2 ) At least 70% (by cost) of the specified timber comply with the Credit Requirements. ( 1 ) Demonstrate CDWMP aims for a minimum of 50% demolition and construction waste (by weight or volume) to be recycled / salvaged. ( 2 ) Demonstrate CDWMP aims for a minimum of 70% demolition and construction waste (by weight or volume) to be recycled / salvaged. ( 1 ) General: An Operational Waste Management Plan (OWMP) is developed for a minimum targeted diversion rate of 60% (by weight or volume. ( 2 ) General: An OWMP is developed for a minimum targeted diversion rate of 80% (by weight or volume. ( 1 ) Landscaping waste or food waste collection and/or treatment is proposed onsite. ( 2 ) Food and landscaping waste collection and/or treatment are proposed onsite.

Remarks

1 SM-11 SM-12 Rapidly Renewable Materials Reused or Certified Timber 2

2 SM-13 Improved Construction Waste Management 2 SM-14 SM-15 Improved Operational Waste Management Organic Waste Management TOTAL 2 28

2 6 17 5 0

X 0 0

IP
IP-1 IP-2

Innovating Practice
Innovating Cultural & Regional Practices Innovating Practice TOTAL 1 2 3 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 Develop a design strategy for incorporating solutions that showcase cultural and regional Mix of Arabic and Islamic features practices Develop, document and implement an innovative design and/or construction solution that Occupant Education: Display of Energy addresses one or more of the four pillars of Estidama. AND Develop a guideline document that consumption (each floor, kiosk) enables the innovative solution to be repeated.

TOTAL POINTS

180

69

66

43

1 PEARL 2 PEARL 3 PEARL 4 PEARL 5 PEARL

ALL REQUIRED 60-84 POINTS 85 - 114 POINTS 115 - 139 POINTS 140 + POINTS

Pearl Building Rating System


Project Details
Project Name Project ID Pearl Rating Stage Date Oct-10 GF FAB

Credit Section
IDP - Integrated Development Process NS - Natural Systems LB - Livable Buildings PW - Precious Water RE - Resourceful Energy SM - Stewarding Materials IP - Innovating Practice

Credit Points Available

Yes Credit Points


10 2 19 19 10 6 2

Maybe Credit Points


3 0 6 10 10 15 1

Pearl Rating Levels


Total Credit Points Required credits only 60 85 115 140 Pearl Rating 1 2 3 4 5

Total

68

45

Design Pearl Rating

Pearl Building Rating System


Project Details
Project Name Project ID Pearl Rating Stage Date Oct-10 GF FAB

Credit Points Summary


Credit Reference IDP
IDP-R1

Credit Title Integrated Development Process


Integrated Development Strategy

Credit Points Available

Attainable
Yes Maybe No

Design Project Phase


Master Plan Building Design Constr. Phase

Description

Remarks

Required

Yes

Integrated Development Implementation Strategy: to facilitate an effective transition between project stages and project packages to ensure that the initial vision, objectives and targets are carried through to completion. Identify Vision, set objectives, targets and KPIs, Team Chart and Roles etc.) X Tenant Fit-Out Design & Construction Guide in order to formally communicate to future tenants and their design requirements

Requires input from GF on Estidama vision, targets and relative issues. Confirm Project Boundaries

IDP-R2

Tenant Fit-Out Design & Construction Guide

Required

Yes

IDP-R3

Basic Commissioning

Required

Yes

Not applicable for GF. Requires Clarification with Estidama Demonstrate that: An independent commissioning agent, reporting to the project owner, is Appoint a Commissioning Agent reporting to GF engaged as part of the project design team throughout the design stages; Commissioning Plan (Design Stage) / Incorporate commissioning and Comprehensive commissioning requirements in project specifications and, At the building requirements at building completion stage. completion stage the building has been commissioned by independent commissioning engineers; The commissioning report has been reviewed and verified prior to building completion. GF to consider appointing a qualified professional to conduct LCC analysis and update it through future project stages. CH2MHILL to include this requirements in RFP documentation. To be inlcluded in Design Documents

IDP-1

Life Cycle Costing

Use Life Cycle Cost analysis during design

IDP-2 IDP-3 IDP-4 IDP-5 IDP-6

Guest Worker Accommodation Construction Environmental Management Building Envelope Verification Re-Commissioning Sustainability Awareness TOTAL

2 2 1 2 2 13

2 1 1 2 2 10 3 0 1

X X

X X X X X

Develop a Guest Worker Accommodation Plan.

( 1 ) - Develop the CEMP in accordance with Abu Dhabi Environment Agencys regulations. ( 1 Input from Environmental Consultant ) - Project Lead Contractor is ISO 14001 or EHSMS Certified. Demonstrate that the building envelope meets the design intent and minimizes building impacts from condensation, water ingress, air infiltration and improper drainage. Difficult to verify on site.

Demonstrate that the building performs as designed to protect occupant health and comfort, To be determined as well as providing for ongoing building efficiency. ( 1 ) - Develop an Occupant Handbook. ( 1 ) - Design an occupant feedback mechanism to give To be included in Design requirement information on how they impact building performance.

NS
NS-R1 NS-R2 NS-R3 NS-1 NS-2

Natural Systems
Natural Systems Assessment Natural Systems Protection Natural Systems Design and Management Strategy Reuse of Land Remediation of Contaminated Land

Required Required Required


2 2

Yes Yes Yes


2 2

X X X X X

Input from ERM / Phase I Assessment and detailed field surveys to be conducted by To protect significant and valuable Natural Systems assets identified in NS-R1 Natural Systems environmental consultant As above Assessment. Establish environmental baseline conditions on site and surroundings to be considered and assessed at the design stage To minimize demand for resources, promote soil protection and enhancement and ensure the Incorporate in Landscape Design long term survival and management of landscaped/habitat areas. ( 2 ) Demonstrate that at least 75% of the site area has been previously developed. ( 2 ) Demonstrate the site is contaminated and an assessment report and remediation strategy has been prepared. ( 1 ) - 50% of plants to comprise of native and adaptive drought and / or saline tolerant species including a minimum of 5 different types of species. ( 2 ) - 70% of plants to comprise native and adaptive drought and / or saline tolerant species including a minimum of 10 different types of species. ( 4 ) - Prepare a Habitat Creation or Restoration Strategy; and Allocate an on-site or off-site habitat creation or restoration site of minimum areas as defined above. ( 2 ) - Demonstrate that through collaboration, off-site ecological corridors have been designed to link similar habitat types.

NS-3

Ecological Enhancement

Incorporate in Landscape Design

NS-4

Habitat Creation and Restoration

TOTAL

12

10

LBo

Livable Building : Outdoors


Demonstrate that the proposed development is located within an Urban Growth Boundary as identified by UPCs adopted Framework Plans. Demonstrate that the proposed developments Floor Area Ratio (FAR), dwelling units per hectare (du/ha), building height, building mass, Obtain Letter from UPC transportation and open space networks are consistent with the applicable Plan 2030 and/or Development Code and/or Area Plan. Demonstrate that, before the start of the design process and site clearance, an urban systems assessment has been carried out for the project site and at the following scales: Local, Subregional, and Regional scale. Identify opportunities and constraints associated with the development and compile an Urban Systems Assessment Report. Shade measures (cover or shade) must be provided in all applicable spaces and achieve a minimum percent shading. Shade measures include: Exterior Surface Parking with more than 10 spaces (including parking on roof surfaces) 40%, Public Open Spaces (including privately Follow up with Planning Team owned) 60%, Primary Pedestrian Walkways (based on 1.8m width within the through zone) 75%, Secondary Pedestrian Walkways (based on 1.8m width within the through zone) 75%, Cycle Tracks 50%, Playgrounds 90% Demonstrate that the outdoor thermal comfort strategy has been improved beyond the minimum established under credit LBo-R3 Outdoor Thermal Comfort Strategy by increasing the shade measures. (1)50 % (2)55 % - Surface car parking, including parking on roof surfaces Follow up with Planning Team (1)65 % (2)70 % - Public Open Space, including privately owned (1)80 % (2)85 % - Primary Pedestrian Walkway, based on 1.8m width within the through zone (1)80 % (2)85 % - Secondary Pedestrian Walkway, based on 1.8m width within the through zone (1)55 % (2)65 % - Cycle tracks Demonstrate that the building is located within a Pearl Rated community. Demonstrate that the building is located within 350m safe walking distance of any of the five listed amenities. Demonstrate that outdoor spaces have been provided and programmed to encourage activity, including sport and recreation. Develop and implement an Active Urban Environment Program. X Residential Only: Provide 90% of units with outdoor amenity space as per the Credit Requirements ( 2 ) - Demonstrate that the building is within 350m of a tram and/or bus stop with a 15 minute frequency. ( 3 ) - Demonstrate that the building is also within 350m of a metro or regional rail station. X ( 1 ) Meet the Credit Requirements for bicycle parking facilities. ( 1 ) Meet the Additional Credit Requirements for shower, locker and changing facilities and/or cycle lanes. 6% of parking spaces provided must be identified for the sole use of priority vehicles. The spaces must be optimally located for building access and half of the spaces must be supplied with vehicle charging points. Not Applicable Confirm with UPC on plans for tram line (North to GF site)

LBo-R1

Plan 2030

Required

Yes

LBo-R2

Urban Systems Assessment

Required

Yes

LBo-R3

Outdoor Thermal Comfort Strategy

Required

Yes

LBo-1

Improved Outdoor Thermal Comfort

LBo-2 LBo-3

Pearl Rated Communities Accessible Community Facilities

1 1

1 1

X X

LBo-4

Active Urban Environments

LBo-5

Private Outdoor Space

LBo-6

Public Transport

LBo-7

Bicycle Facilities

Confirm with GF on bicycle paths on site

LBo-8

Preferred Car Parking Spaces

Follow up with Planning Team

LBo-9

Travel Plan

Demonstrate the development of a Travel Plan. The Travel Plan must include: details of the type of measures proposed to manage the demand for travel by car; targets for reducing car Confirm with GF travel; means of monitoring the effectiveness of the Plan; and remedial measures that will be implemented in the event that the stated targets are not delivered. X Demonstrate light pollution reduction in compliance with the Credit Requirements Confirm with Technology Lead

LBo-10

Light Pollution Reduction TOTAL

1 14

1 5 5 3

LBi
LBi-R1 LBi-R2 LBi-R3 LBi-1 LBi-2.1 LBi-2.2 LBi-2.3 LBi-2.4 LBi-2.5 LBi-3

Livable Building : Indoors


Healthy Ventilation Delivery Smoking Control Legionella Prevention Ventilation Quality Material Emissions : Adhesives & Sealants Material Emissions : Paints & Coatings Material Emissions : Carpet & Hard Flooring Material Emissions : Ceiling Systems Material Emissions : Formaldehyde Reduction Construction Indoor Air Quality Management

Required Required Required


3 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 2

Yes Yes Yes


1

X X X

X X X X X X X X X X

Protect the quality of air drawn into buildings for ventilation and to ensure minimum delivery Input from Environmental Consultant (Baseline of outdoor fresh air; Develop an Observational Survey of Local Air Quality Air Quality Assessment) Demonstrate appropriate measures are incorporated into the building design to reduce exposure to tobacco smoke Manage the risk of Legionella in water based building systems. ( 1 ) - CO2 sensors at all return points. ( 1 ) - Demonstrate an increase in outdoor air ventilation of 15% above the outdoor air ventilation rates. ( 1 ) - Mixed Mode Operation (not available to retail use type) 95% of all adhesives & sealants meet criteria. 95% of all surface areas meet criteria 100% of all carpets, carpet cushion, hard flooring and associated finishes comply All ceiling systems meet credit criteria ( 1 ) - All internal construction materials meet formaldehyde class E1 levels. ( 1 ) All internal construction and furniture meets formaldehyde class E1 levels. Develop a construction IAQ plan For enclosed cark park. Ensure car parking ventilation design meets the credit requirements. Where project does not contain any enclosed car parks (75% enclosed) the credit is automatically awarded Compliant thermal zoning strategy and controls ( 1 ) - General: 1 control per 2 occupants, General (Mixed Mode) : 50% occupied area, MultiOccupant Spaces (Office, Residential, Schools): 1 control per space (more if movable partitions present). ( 1 ) - General: 1 control per 2 occupants & modulating HVAC systems in multi-occupant spaces, General (Mixed Mode): 75% of occupied area, Multi-Occupant Spaces (Office, Residential, Schools): 1 control per space (more if movable partitions present) Incorporate in design requirements Incorporate in design requirements Achieve 15% above outdoor ventilation rates for the Clean Room Confirm with GF on material selection Confirm with GF on material selection Confirm with GF on material selection Confirm with GF on material selection Confirm with GF on material selection Include in the specifications

LBi-4

Car Park Air Quality Management

Confirm with Planning Team Incorporate in design requirements / Model to determine cooling demand

LBi-5.1

Thermal Comfort & Controls : Thermal Zoning

LBi-5.2

Thermal Comfort & Controls : Occupant Control

Confirm with Technology Lead

LBi-5.3

Thermal Comfort & Controls : Thermal Comfort Modeling

( 1 ) - Category C Performance: PMV levels between -0.7 and +0.7 (15% PPD) & 90% acceptability limits for Mixed Mode (if applicable). ( 1 ) - Category B Performance: PMV levels Confirm with Technology Lead between -0.5 and +0.5 (10% PPD) & 90% acceptability limits for Mixed Mode (if applicable). PMV - Predicted Mean Vote, PDD - Predicted Percentage Dissatisfied General: All high frequency fluorescent ballasts and occupancy sensors meeting credit requirements. Incorporate in design requirements

LBi-6

High Frequency Lighting

LBi-7

Daylight & Glare

( 1 ) - General : min 250 Lux for 50% of occupied area. Meet requirements for occupancy sensors relevant to space type. Meet requirements for glare control relevant to space type. ( Allow Occupancy Sensor. Daylight Design 1 ) - General : min 250 Lux for 75% of occupied area. Meet requirements for occupancy Software - Include in the design sensors relevant to space type. Meet requirements for glare control relevant to space type. General: 75% of occupied areas have views through vision glazing. Confirm with Architect

LBi-8

Views

LBi-9 LBi-10

Indoor Noise Pollution Safe & Secure Environment TOTAL

1 1 23 1 14

X X

Demonstrate that internal ambient noise levels do not exceed 50 dB(A) Leq in the area to be Confirm with Architect occupied. Develop & Implement Safety & Security Plan Incorporate Estidama Requirements to Overall Security Plan

PW
PW-R1

Precious Water
Minimum Interior Water Use Reduction

Required

Yes

Demonstrate that the projects predicted interior potable water consumption will be no greater than the baseline building water consumption using efficiency measures only.

Use UPC Water Calculator / Input from Technology Lead

PW-R2

Exterior Water Monitoring

Required

Yes

Demonstrate that easily accessible and clearly labelled water meters are provided and capable of monitoring the water consumption of, at a minimum, the following exterior water Incorporate at the design stage uses (where present): Heat rejection; External hose bibs; Irrigation systems; Swimming pools; and Water features. Demonstrate using the Building Water Calculator that the proposed building has achieved the following reduction in potable water consumption compared to the baseline building: ( 1 ) 4% Confirm with Technology Lead ( 2 ) 8% ( 3 ) 12% ( 4 ) 16% ( 5 ) 20% ( 6 ) 24% ( 7 ) 28% ( 8 ) 32% ( 9 ) 36% ( 10 ) 40% ( 11 ) 44% ( 12 ) 48% ( 13 ) 52% ( 14 ) 56% ( 15 ) 60% ( 2-4 ) Demonstrate that the average irrigation requirement for all landscaped areas has been minimized. ( 1 ) Demonstrate that a water efficient irrigation system has been incorporated into the landscape design. ( 1 ) Demonstrate that best practices for ongoing system management and operation have been established. ( 2 ) Demonstrate that 100% of the Confirm with Technology Lead exterior irrigation demand can be served using the Exterior Water Allowance, and that a recycled water mainline loop has been installed where Pearl Building Rating System: Design & Construction, Version 1.0, April 2010 124 of 223 recycled water is not immediately available. ( 2-5 ) Demonstrate that a percentage of the projects cooling tower/district cooling water make-up requirements can be served using the Exterior Water Allowance. ( 8 ) Demonstrate that no water is required for heat rejection.

PW-1

Improved Interior Water Use Reduction

15

10

PW-2.1

Exterior Water Use Reduction: Landscaping

PW-2.2

Exterior Water Use Reduction: Heat Rejection

Confirm with Technology Lead

PW-2.3

Exterior Water Use Reduction: Water Features

( 2 ) Demonstrate that the water make-up requirements for all exterior water features can be served using the Exterior Water Allowance. ( 1 ) Demonstrate that all external swimming Confirm with Technology Lead pools are provided with adequate pool blankets. ( 4 ) Demonstrate that there are no exterior water features or swimming pools. X ( 2 ) Demonstrate that metering facilities that monitor the water consumption of major Include requirements for Leak Detection into individual interior uses are installed. ( 2 ) Demonstrate that a leak detection system has been Design requirements installed. ( 1-2 ) Stormwater management system is designed to meet Quantity Control criteria as per Credit Requirements. ( 1 ) Stormwater management system is designed to meet Quality Confirm with Technology Lead Control criteria as per Credit Requirements. ( 1 ) An Operation & Maintenance Plan has been developed.

PW-3

Water Monitoring & Leak Detection

PW-4

Stormwater Management

TOTAL

43

19

10

14

RE

Resourceful Energy
Develop an energy model for the proposed building(s) using appropriate dynamic simulation modeling software and calculate the baseline building energy consumption according to the building performance rating method outlined in Appendix G of ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 90.1-2007, using the minimum acceptable standards for building fabric, HVAC, service water heating, power, lighting and other equipment. Demonstrate a minimum 12% performance improvement compared to the baseline building performance demonstrated by the energy simulation model as per the methodology outlined within Appendix G of Standard 90.1-2007.

RE-R1

Minimum Energy Performance

Required

Yes

Include Energy Model in design requirements

RE-R2

Energy Monitoring and Reporting

Required

Yes

Demonstrate that easily accessible and clearly labelled energy sub-meters are provided which enable a minimum of 90% of the estimated annual energy consumption of each fuel type Include in specifications (electricity, gas etc) to be monitored as outlined within the Calculations and Methodologies section. Refrigerants - Demonstrate that all refrigerants to be installed within the project site boundary have an ozone depletion potential (ODP) of zero. Fire Suppression Systems Demonstrate that all gaseous fire suppression systems to be installed within the project site boundary have an ozone depletion potential (ODP) of zero

RE-R3

Ozone Impacts of Refrigerants & Fire Suppression Systems

Required

Yes

Include in specifications

RE-1

Improved Energy Performance

15

10

Demonstrate further percentage reductions in the proposed building energy consumption The points indicated are based on assumptions beyond the baseline building consumption determined in RE-R1. Points are awarded as and excpected to be revised once Energy follows: ( 1 ) 14% ( 2 ) 16% ( 3 ) 18% ( 4 ) 20% ( 5 ) 22.5% ( 6 ) 25% ( 7 ) 27.5% ( 8 ) 30% ( 9 ) Simulaition baseline and options are developed 32.5% ( 10 ) 35% ( 11 ) 40% ( 12 ) 45% ( 13 ) 50% ( 14 ) 55% ( 15 ) 60% ( 1-5 ) Demonstrate percentage reductions in annual external heat gain attributed to passive design measures. ( 1 ) 10% ( 2 ) 20% ( 3 ) 30% ( 4 ) 40% ( 5 ) 50% ( 1 ) Demonstrate that roofing materials with a high Solar Reflectance Index will be used. Demonstrate that all developer purchased and/or leased installed appliances shall be energy efficient, and that tenant guidelines outlining the benefits of energy efficient appliances will be produced. ( 1 ) Demonstrate that easily accessible stairs shall be provided to at least the first three floors of the building. ( 1 ) Demonstrate that all lifts within the building shall be energy efficient. ( 1 ) Demonstrate that all escalators within the building shall be energy efficient. ( 2 ) Demonstrate peak electrical load shall be less than 80% above annual average electrical load. ( 4 ) Demonstrate peak electrical load shall be less than 60% above annual average electrical load. Confirm with Technology Lead

RE-2

Cool Building Strategies

RE-3

Energy Efficient Appliances

RE-4

Vertical Transportation

RE-5

Peak Load Reduction

Confirm with Technology Lead

RE-6

Renewable Energy

Demonstrate that a percentage of the total energy consumption will be supplied by onsite renewable energy. ( 1 ) 1% ( 2 ) 3% ( 3 ) 5% ( 4 ) 7% ( 5 ) 10% ( 6 ) 13% ( 7 ) 16% ( 8 ) 20% 1% Cost of PV ( 1 ) Demonstrate that 20% of the projects non-renewable energy use will be supplied by offsite renewable energy. ( 1 ) Demonstrate that the weighted average of all refrigerants shall have a GWP of 10 or less. ( 1 ) Demonstrate that a permanent refrigerant leak detection system shall be installed. ( 1 ) Confirm with Technology Lead Demonstrate that an automatic refrigerant pump down system shall be installed. ( 1 ) Demonstrate that 100% of gaseous fire systems shall have a GWP of 1 or less.

RE-7

Global Warming Impacts of Refrigerants & Fire Suppression Systems

TOTAL

44

10

10

23

SM
SM-R1

Stewarding Materials
Hazardous Waste Elimination

Required Required

Yes Yes

To eliminate exposure of building occupants to asbestos and minimize toxic effects of chromated copper arsenate (CCA) treated timber on people and the environment. Reduce the long-term environmental impacts associated with construction waste collection, transport and disposal; Minimum final recycling/salvage rate of 30% of construction and demolition waste (weight/volume) - excluding hazardous Reduce the long-term environmental impacts associated with operational waste collection, transport and disposal; Proposed option: 40% minimum target of diversion rate (weight/volume) & Waste segregation in 4 types and waste containers location requirements ( 1 ) Building meets the Zero Ozone Depleting Potential, Low Global Warming Potential Insulation Credit Requirements through design. ( 1 ) Building meets the Chlorine Free Materials Credit Requirements through design. ( 1 ) Building meets the Low Toxicity Materials Credit Requirements through design. General: Building is designed with at least one material reduction initiative. Offices only: At least two initiatives are required. Demonstrate the following: 90% of the building has regular rhythm to exposed facades (by area); Floor-to-floor heights of at least 3.6 meters; 90% of the windows are evenly distributed around exposed elevations (by area); 90% of interior, non-structural walls are demountable or movable (by area); and 90% of pipes, wiring and conduits are not permanently embedded in building materials (in length). Develop a Building Disassembly Plan highlighting the following: materials intended for recovery; materials connection requirements; system for marking and identifying recoverable elements prior to installation; best management practices for disassembly; and the disassembly sequence. Demonstrate that 50% of the building structural skeleton, 75% of faade, or 90% of the roof is designed for disassembly (by surface area). At least 95% (by surface area) of finished floor areas are specified with modular flooring products. Develop a Building Durability Plan. ( 1 ) At least 25% of the building structural system, by surface area, will be reused. ( 2 ) At least 50% of the building structural system, by surface area, will be reused. The cost of specified reused materials equal to at least 3% of the Total Material Cost. ( 1 ) Cost of regional materials specified equal to 10% of Total Material Cost. ( 2 ) Cost of regional materials specified equal to 20% of Total Material Cost.

Include in materials specifications Incorporate Requirements into Construction Waste Management Plan prepared by Environmental Consultant Incorporate Requirements into Operational Waste Management Plan prepared by Environmental Consultant

SM-R2

Basic Construction Waste Management

Required
SM-R3 Basic Operational Waste Management

Yes

3 SM-1 SM-2 Non-Polluting Materials Design for Material Reduction 1

Confirm with Technology Lead

Confirm with Technology Lead

1 SM-3 Design for Flexibility & Adaptability

SM-4 SM-5 SM-6 SM-7 SM-8 SM-9

Design for Disassembly Modular Flooring Systems Design for Durability Building Reuse Material Reuse Regional Materials 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 X X X X X

Further Research on materials availability

( 1 ) Steel-framed: at least 50% of specified structural steel (by weight) has 25% postconsumer recycled content or is reused Concrete-framed: at least 80% of specified rebar or stressing steel has 90% post-consumer recycled content. ( 1 ) Specified concrete mix and reduction in cement use will achieve an embodied GHG of concrete as per table SM10.1, rows B1, C1 and D1. ( 2 ) Specified concrete mix and reduction in cement use will achieve an Further Research on materials availability embodied GHG of concrete as per table SM10.1, rows B2, C2 and D2. ( 1 ) At least 15% of all specified aggregates to be used for structural or non-structural applications are recycled. ( 2 ) Only recycled aggregate is specified for use as base, sub-base or backfill. ( 1 ) Cost of specified recycled materials equal to at least 10% of Total Material Costs. at least 75% (by area) of one or more specified building components are rapidly renewable; at least 35% (by area) of two or more specified building components are rapidly renewable; or at least 15% (by area) of four or more specified building components are rapidly renewable. ( 1 ) At least 50% (by cost) of the specified timber comply with the Credit Requirements. ( 2 ) At least 70% (by cost) of the specified timber comply with the Credit Requirements. ( 1 ) Demonstrate CDWMP aims for a minimum of 50% demolition and construction waste (by weight or volume) to be recycled / salvaged. ( 2 ) Demonstrate CDWMP aims for a minimum of 70% demolition and construction waste (by weight or volume) to be recycled / salvaged. ( 1 ) General: An Operational Waste Management Plan (OWMP) is developed for a minimum targeted diversion rate of 60% (by weight or volume. ( 2 ) General: An OWMP is developed for a minimum targeted diversion rate of 80% (by weight or volume. ( 1 ) Landscaping waste or food waste collection and/or treatment is proposed onsite. ( 2 ) Food and landscaping waste collection and/or treatment are proposed onsite. 0

SM-10

Recycled Materials

1 SM-11 SM-12 Rapidly Renewable Materials Reused or Certified Timber 2

2 SM-13 Improved Construction Waste Management 2 SM-14 SM-15 Improved Operational Waste Management Organic Waste Management TOTAL 2 28

2 6 15 7 0

X 0

IP
IP-1 IP-2

Innovating Practice
Innovating Cultural & Regional Practices Innovating Practice TOTAL 1 2 3 1 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 Develop a design strategy for incorporating solutions that showcase cultural and regional Mix of Arabic and Islamic features practices Develop, document and implement an innovative design and/or construction solution that Occupant Education: Display of Energy addresses one or more of the four pillars of Estidama. AND Develop a guideline document that consumption (each floor, kiosk) enables the innovative solution to be repeated.

TOTAL POINTS

180

68

45

65

1 PEARL 2 PEARL 3 PEARL 4 PEARL 5 PEARL

ALL REQUIRED 60-84 POINTS 85 - 114 POINTS 115 - 139 POINTS 140 + POINTS

Estidama Registration Form

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Pearl Building Rating System Registration Form


Project Information
Project Name Project Location (street name, region, emirate) Current Project Stage Total Site Area (m2) Gross Floor Area (m2) - Office Gross Floor Area (m2) - Multi-Unit Residential Gross Floor Area (m2) - Retail Gross Floor Area (m2) - School Gross Floor Area (m2) - All Other Occupancy Types Gross Floor Area (m2) Site Context (Urban,Suburban,Rural) Current Site Condition Within Urban Growth Boundary? Estimated number of permanent residents Estimated Date of Completion (dd/mm/yyyy) Is the Project Government Funded? What Pearl Level is the project targeting? Is the Project Confidential ? Emailed affection plan to UPC with this form ? Project Description (include list of all 'other space types' in the project)

Owner or Owners Representative Information


Name (individual / organisation) Authorized contact name City Country Type of organization Prefered contact method Phone number Fax number Email address Postal Address : Office / Unit number Office building name Office street name and number City Country P.O. Box

PQP / Sustainability Consultant Information


Name Accreditation Phone number Fax number Email address Company Address Emailed proof of sustainability consultant accreditation with this form? Emailed owners consent for project registration with this form? For any queries related to project registration Estidama Project ID (will be issued by UPC upon return of this information) mona_alzaabi@upc.gov.ae

Response to GF Comments on Draft Report

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GF Milestone 10 (Design Guidelines): Response to Comments

Section General

GF Comments There should be a section to describe the purpose of this document. It should also be noted that LEED is the only system currently at use in the SC industry. Perhaps it should be noted here what the frequency is for certifications under each system specific to the SC industry. This comment is not needed Please modify - delete However a To clarify, while the CUB building technically wasn't included in certification for Fab8, the systems in the CUB were included. They must be, because these systems are required as part of the energy model. To clarify, we would certainly expect CUB to be covered under Estidama. We don't want UPC to think otherwise. Is this fair? Is the average building in AD not already above and beyond "business as usual"? How is this baseline meant to relate to that required under LEED and/or Estidama? Model is suitable for high level comparison of scenarios

CH2M HILL Response This document is a section of the overall CH2M HILL submittal (as per CH2M HILL Scope of Work). A small introductory paragraph is added. Text added LEED is the only building certification systems used for FAB application. GF FAB AD 01 will be the first facility following Estidama Building Rating System. Phrase deleted Word deleted Text modified as follows: Separate project boundaries were established for the Administration and FAB Building, with the utility systems (CUB building) included in the energy model calculations for the FAB Noted : Text changed accordingly

Analysis of Building Rating Systems

Project Boundary for certification

ISDM

For the purpose of this document, only Estidama will be looked at, hence Abu Dhabi BAU building performance is more applicable. The Baseline for the FAB application will need to be developed and agreed with UPC when pursuing Estidama certification. Text amended This was agreed with GF and is part of CH2M HILL Milestone 10 Deliverables requirements. These specific guidelines cover key sustainability aspects particularly when pursuing LEED certification as initially targeted. The final version of the document examines applicability with Estidama requirements consistent with clients direction as of 17th of October 2010. Hence, the Erosion and Sedimentation

Section 7 Technical Design Guidelines

Why was this particular set of indicators chosen?

GF Milestone 10 (Design Guidelines): Response to Comments Control section is not considered applicable to Estidama rating system and is only kept in the Appendix section. This was in ERM Permitting scope, although we have not approved development of that deliverable. Typically, for EHS permitting purposes waste management focuses on waste handling and disposal, whereas sustainability guidelines would focus in achieving the required percentage of waste diversion from landfill to obtain the relevant Estidama credits. Text added to reflect permitting/compliance requirements under the sections: 7.1.1 Demonstrate Compliance with local regulation with respect to Construction and Demolition Waste Management 7.4.1. Ensure full compliance with the Local Regulatory Framework as reflected within GFs Construction Environmental Management Plan Section 7.1 Construction and Demolition Waste Management As noted, 30% is minimum required under Estidama so design target should aim higher. At least to the 50% that earns "Improved" level (and LEED credit). 75% should probably be used, it allows all credit points to be earned and recent projects (GF and others) have demonstrated that 90% and greater is feasible. Need to ensure the project benefits from Fab8 experience with SAIC/NYSERDA energy modeling Text modified to reflect this: A 70% diversion from landfill is targeted as a minimum, in line with Estidama Credit requirements.

Section 7.2 Construction Indoor Air Quality Management Section 7.4 Erosion and Sedimentation

Sharing Lessons Learnt with the Abu Dhabi Team would be beneficial.

Do we have any indication of comparability of AD construction requirements vs. the EPA regs cited here?

This section was initially prepared in line with LEED credit rating requirements. Following clients direction as of 17th of October 2010 to include in our deliverable only Estidama

GF Milestone 10 (Design Guidelines): Response to Comments Control (ESC) Management Plan requirements, the Erosion and Sedimentation Control Management section is not considered relevant to the Estidama rating system. Comparing to LEED, under Estidama, there is no individual credit on Erosion and Sedimentation Control Management. Relevant control measures fulfilling Estidama requirements (Credit: IDP 3) are expected to be addressed under the Construction Environmental Management Plan in line with EAD CEMP - Technical Guidelines Document (April 2010). It is understood that the GF CEMP will be prepared by ERM. No further comparison is required at this stage. The ESC section is kept in the Appendix section for reference only. Text added

Section 8.1 Preliminary Scorecards Purpose Figure 7-2 Section 10 Supply Chain Strategy Appendix 1

Identify potential opportunities that can be refined via ROI analysis in Design phase

Figure 7.2 and meant to cover the Fab/CUB? Missing Is this referring to embodied carbon? How is this being planned relative to concept submittal? It would be advantageous to proactively reach out to the UPC Estidama team to review our approach What is the purpose of this item? The contractor is responsible for ensuring they implement the Air Quality Plan. This applies to the other sections as well. What is the purpose of this comment? Ultimately, the contractor is responsible for ensuring that the

Typo corrected Figure is not shown on pdf format / Figure added Yes, text amended. During the preparation of Concept Review Submission, CH2M HILL team met with UPC to clarify various issues, including Estidama. Text amended: The Engineer / Client Representative will be responsible for overseeing Contractors compliance.

Appendix 3

GF Milestone 10 (Design Guidelines): Response to Comments required reporting occurs. This applies to the other sections as well. What "lessons learned" can we note from Fab8 experience? Is there a citation available detailing local requirements? What other references should we be citing, there must be a host of them. change "and/or" to "and" (in next bullet as well)

Appendix 3 Appendix 3 ESC Appendix 3 Minimum Energy performance Page: 60 Scorecards

Sharing Lessons Learnt with the Abu Dhabi Team would be beneficial. Added: Environment Agency of Abu Dhabi, Technical Guidance Document for Construction Environmental Management Plan (CEMP), April 2010 ASHRAE is referenced by Estidama. As mentioned earlier, as per clients request (17/10/10), the final CH2M HILL deliverable will only assess Estidama requirements. Text has been amended accordingly. All GF comments have been incorporated into the scorecards. Total score has been revised accordingly.