Review Metrics & Annual Reports
FY11-12 Annual Report - Green Building Work Group
Co-chairs: Patti Mitchell, Campus Capital Programs and Deepak Dandekar, Medical Center Design and Construction,
To incorporate best practices in sustainable strategies for new construction and renovation of UCSF facilities.
- All new buildings, other than acute care facilities, built to outperform Title 24 by at least 20 percent. Strive for 30 percent.
- All new buildings to be LEED-NC “Silver“ rating at minimum but strive for “Gold” rating or higher.
- All laboratories to be LEED-NC “Silver” or better and meeting Lab’s 21 criteria.
- All new buildings will achieve at least two LEED-NC’s water efficiency credits.
- All renovation projects over $5 million to be LEED-CI certified.FY10-11
FY 11-12 Accomplishments
- Tracking of Construction & Demolition waste for reporting
- Facilities Services, Capital Programs, Med Center worked on template for sustainable design standards/specifications
- Completion of eight LEED projects in FY10-11
- HSE 15 S/D Craniofacial & Mesenchymal – LEED-CI Gold
- Mount Zion Medical Center Osher Bldg – LEED-NC Silver
- Institute for Regeneration Medicine Building – LEED-NC Gold
- Owens Street Pharmacy – LEED-CI Gold
- Osher Building – Mt. Zion Medical Office Bldg – LEED-NC Silver
- Ray and Dagmar Dolby Regeneration Medicine Building – LEED NC Gold
- Cardiovascular Research Building – LEED NC Gold
- UCSF Telemedicine and PRIME US – LEED-CI Gold
- Development of Master Spreadsheet for tracking of LEED projects, certification dates, certification levels, square footage
FY 12-13 Goals
- Aldea Community Center on Mount Sutro – LEED NC seeking Silver
- MSB 13 Anatomy Department Lab – LEED CI seeking Silver
- MSB 13 Anatomy Teaching Lab – LEED CI seeking Silver
- Neurosciences 19A – LEED NC seeking Silver
- Ensuring Construction Waste documentation is provided for all Capital Projects
- Capital Programs to integrated sustainability measures into Division 1 specifications as a standard
- All new projects to integrate sustainability criteria into project specific specifications both Medical Center and Campus
- Real Estate will work with partnerships to incorporate sustainability criteria
- Total Gross Square Footage of LEED certified space by level over time
Related Links and Resources
LivingGreen at UCSF articles:
UCSF Mission Bay Solar Energy Project
UCSF Ray and Dagmar Dolby Regeneration Medicine Building
UCSF Laboratories Go for the Gold
The New UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay: Leading UC in Sustainability in a Hospital Setting
The Aldea Center on Mount Sutro