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The Big Build goes for LEED
Thursday, March 8, 2012 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (PST)
Please join us for a presentation on the recently completed Sacramento International Airport. This multiyear project replaced the old Terminal B building with a new state of the art $1.04B, 400,000 SF landside terminal supported by a 300,000 SF airside concourse building, and connected by an automated people mover (APM) system. The facility was designed with flexibility in mind and the separation of departure and arrival activities supports the current and forecast passenger traffic through 2020. The design approach for SMF recognizes its location in the Central Valley and draws from regional influences to create an iconic structure for Sacramento County. The constraint of new development within the existing terminal area was resolved by a design solution that allowed construction of the terminal in a single phase, while maintaining existing airport operations. With sustainability as a goal from the beginning, this presentation will not only give you an overview of the project but also take you through the challenges, successes and lessons learned of the LEED Certification process on one of the regions highest profile projects.
This presentation will cover the following learning objectives:
- How to manage multiple projects on one site and understanding unique challenges and opportunities campus projects can face.
- Applying LEED to a unique project and the special considerations that must be made – it’s not your typical office building
- How to work successfully with a large team on a large complex project.
- How to use tracking and documentation tools to help your project succeed
5:30-5:45 Registration and Networking
Brent Kelley, A.I.A., NCARB, LEED AP, Aviation Principal, Corgan Associates, Inc.
Mr. Kelley is an aviation principal with the Dallas, Texas based architectural firm of Corgan Associates, Inc. He received his degree in architecture from the University of Texas (Arlington) and has over twenty years experience in the planning and design of architectural projects with an emphasis specific to aviation facilities. Mr. Kelley has been involved in planning and design of airport terminal projects across the U.S. including projects at Dallas/Ft. Worth; Houston; and Phoenix.
For the last 8 years, Mr. Kelley has served as the Design Director for the new Central Terminal B, which is the primary component of the Big Build Program at Sacramento International Airport. The new two facility terminal complex replaces the original Terminal B and provides future growth through 2025 and beyond. At a cost of US$ 1.04 billion, this is the largest project in Sacramento County history. Previously Mr. Kelley served as a design manager for the 2 million square foot, 28-gate International Terminal D at DFW International Airport, project manager for the 23 gate Terminal E in Houston and principle in charge of the EDS Deployment Baggage Screening project at Phoenix Sky Harbor.
Mr. Kelley has resided in Sacramento since the beginning of the Big Build Program in 2003.
Jennifer Wehling, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Director of Sustainability, Lionakis
As the Director of Sustainability for Lionakis, Jennifer Wehling is the leader of the firm’s sustainability efforts and primary resource for sustainable design knowledge. She has been instrumental in implementing the concepts of sustainability into both the design and business philosophies at Lionakis. Her passion for sustainability pushes her to continually research the latest strategies and design methods in green building. Her years of experience as a licensed architect in all phases of design and construction on a variety of project types and sizes give her the day to day experiences that result in real solutions.
Jennifer has extensive knowledge of the US Green Building Council’s LEED rating system. Working on a wide range of projects in many of the LEED rating systems, she has overseen the process and documentation for nearly 4 million square feet of certified and registered projects. She has been leading the sustainability and LEED efforts on the Sacramento International Airport new Central Terminal B project since 2005.
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