Ryerson University Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex

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2021
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Ryerson University Daphne Cockwell Health Sciences Complex
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A precisely executed project that's become a new landmark of the city and resolute at every scale.
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DCHSC in urban context
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The DCHSC responded to these\nchallenges by proposing a new typology: a vertical campus that celebrates\ndensity, urbanity, and a radical mix of uses while exemplifying a holistic\napproach to health, inclusion, and sustainability in the downtown core."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"Formally, the\nproject reinvents Toronto\u2019s prevailing podium-and-tower typology. Primary\nvolumes are lifted and opened to create a continuous public realm extending\nfrom ground to roof. Expressed in vibrant orange, this route acts as the\nbuilding\u2019s connective tissue\u2014offering new routes in and through; creating zones\nfor circulation, interaction, and collaboration; and connecting occupants to\ndaylight, views, and urban life."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"Inside, four\ndepartments\u2014the Schools of Nursing, Midwifery, Nutrition, and Occupational and\nPublic Health\u2014share space with technology-rich classrooms, a digital\nfabrication lab, research labs, university administration, and a 330-bed residence.\nPublic functions, food services, and large classrooms occupy the first two\nlevels, animating the street while enabling hourly turnover. A through-block\ninterior street creates a new pedestrian route through the city, while the\nresidence lobby and amenities sit atop the podium, opening onto a productive\nroof that acts as a sky-level \u201cquad\u201d and visual amenity for residents and\nneighboring towers."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"An enhanced\nenvelope, highly efficient building systems, cutting-edge accessibility, and a\nfocus on healthy materials support ambitious performance targets, enhance\noccupant well-being, and reflect the mission of the resident faculty. At a\nlarger scale, the building demonstrates the potential for innovative and\ncreative approaches to highly sustainable urban intensification."]]]]},"title":"Integration"},{"body":{"version":"0.3.0","atoms":[],"cards":[["images-card",{"images":[{"url":"http:\/\/res.cloudinary.com\/dpcbzfiye\/image\/upload\/v1618796932\/kqoegabddx0d8blwy9pr.jpg","id":"6392343"}],"caption":"Interior street"}]],"markups":[["sub"],["strong"],["em"]],"sections":[[1,"p",[]],[10,0],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"On\na downtown campus, stakeholders include university representatives, local\ncommunity members and representatives, nearby institutions, and city officials.\nOver a three-month pre-design phase, the project team gathered over 200\nstakeholders to develop an overall vision for the project\u2014\u201cCreating Connections\nfor a Healthy City\u201d\u2014as well as guiding principles for inclusivity, urban\ndesign, and sustainability. The final design reflects their input in many ways,\nincluding in its approach to: porosity and public space, through the creation of an internal\nstreet and vertical public realm;"]]],[3,"ul",[[[0,[],0,"programming, including a productive roof and processing facilities\nfor the Ryerson Urban Farm;"]],[[0,[],0,"\nplanning, through strategic deployment of key public programs to\nanimate the street front, laneway, and rooftops;"]],[[0,[],0,"energy performance, through a massing strategy that maximizes\napparent transparency while maintaining a low window-to-wall ratio; and"]],[[0,[],0,"innovative densification of an infill site that prioritizes active\ntransport."]]]],[1,"blockquote",[[0,[],0,"Lots of stakeholders and focus group in\npre-design. The university is involved in the metrics, which is a plus for discovery.\nNice walkable community and good use of existing brownfield. Increase in\nvegetation. Monitoring goes beyond CO"],[0,[0],1,"2"],[0,[],0,", which is especially good for\nkeeping occupants healthy. It\u0027s a wonderful solution for that site and where it\nsits in the city. - Jury comment"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"The\nteam also worked with Ryerson to make the DCHSC a showcase for inclusivity,\ncodifying lessons from the design process into a new Facilities Accessibility\nDesign Standard that provides a campus-wide framework for improving inclusion\nat every scale\u2014from overall site selection through classroom and office\nplanning to detailed design for millwork and accessories."]]],[1,"h2",[[0,[],0,"Mandatory metrics"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[1],1,"Walk Score: "],[0,[],0,"98"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[1],1,"Transit Score: "],[0,[],0,"100"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[1],1,"Bike Score:"],[0,[],0," 83"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[1],1,"What is the number of parking spaces?: "],[0,[],0,"167"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[1],1,"What is the number of parking spaces required by local zoning code?: "],[0,[],0,"0"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[1],1,"For how many bikes?: "],[0,[],0,"138 covered and secured bicycle parking spaces are provided on Lower Level L1. An additional 46 covered short-term bicycle parking spaces are provided adjacent to main entrances."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[1],1,"Is there covered bike storage?:"],[0,[],0," yes "]]],[1,"h2",[[0,[],0,"Encouraged metrics "]]],[1,"p",[[0,[1],1,"Estimate percentage of building occupants who commute via alternative transportation (biking, walking, mass transit, etc.): "],[0,[],0,"93%"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[1],1,"Number of showers per occupant:"],[0,[],0," 1.94"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[1],1,"What kind of access does the community have to the project?: "],[0,[],0,"partial access to interior "]]],[1,"p",[[0,[1],1,"Is there on-site food production?: "],[0,[],0,"yes "]]],[1,"h2",[[0,[],0,"Design Intent"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[1],1,"Which community stakeholders were identified by the design team? "],[0,[],0,"University\nstudents, staff, faculty, and administrators; specific university advocates for\naccess and inclusion; local community members, including neighbors and business\nowners; neighboring institutions; city staff and political representatives."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[1],1,"How were they engaged during the design process? "],[0,[],0,"A\nthree-month pre-design phase, structured around a series of workshops on\nproject vision, sustainability, inclusivity, health, and design of the public\nrealm were developed over a series of 12 workshops that included more than 200\nparticipants representing senior leadership, faculty, researchers, students,\ncity planning and design staff, and members of the local community."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[1],1,"Give an example of how the project benefits someone who\u0027s not\ndirectly associated with the project: "],[0,[],0,"Strategic\ndeployment of program and transparency at grade\u2014including a flexible flat-floor\nclassroom that doubles as an event space, a reimagined residence food program\nthat functions as a ground-floor caf\u00e9, and visual connections to the\nbelow-grade fabrication lab\u2014bring animation, activity, and life to all sides of\nthe building, increasing pedestrian comfort and safety."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[1],1,"How does the project facilitate movement to and from the site? "],[0,[],0,"The\ncreation of a new, publicly accessible \u201cgalleria\u201d increases porosity and\npedestrian access in this area of the city, strengthening connections between\nprimary transit routes, the heart of the Ryerson campus, and areas of future\ngrowth."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[1],1,"What services does the project provide to the surrounding\ncommunity (e.g., farmers markets, polling stations, clinics, etc.)? "],[0,[],0,"The\nproject does not provide community programming at present, but the design of\nground-floor and rooftop public spaces would support public use."]]],[1,"h2",[[0,[],0,"How does this project and site promote:"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[2],1,"Provide an example for each."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[1],1,"Mental restoration: "],[0,[],0,"Open office and study areas\nreceived priority access to natural light and views, while private offices gain\nborrowed light through the glazed screens."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[1],1,"Physical activity: "],[0,[],0,"Ample bike parking, new\nthrough-block connections, and a dynamic and inviting vertical public realm\nencourage physical activity in visitors moving to or through the building."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[1],1,"Social connection: "],[0,[],0,"Inspired by the campus experience\nat grade, vertically disposed study areas in the podium and a series of stacked\nlounges within the residence create space for collegial exchange and community\nwithin a high-rise building."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[1],1,"Cultural understanding: "],[0,[],0,"Apartment-style\nresidence units, with shared living and kitchen spaces, and shared residence\nlounges, which group students into optimally sized social clusters, encourage\nsocial and cultural exchange between students leaving their family home for the\nfirst time."]]]]},"title":"Equitable Communities"},{"body":{"version":"0.3.0","atoms":[],"cards":[["images-card",{"images":[{"url":"http:\/\/res.cloudinary.com\/dpcbzfiye\/image\/upload\/v1618798017\/rwnuzmxola5qs947ubnu.jpg","id":"6392348"}],"caption":"Urban roof farm"}]],"markups":[["strong"]],"sections":[[1,"p",[]],[10,0],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"Located\nin a dense urban environment on the site of a former surface parking lot, the\nDCHSC seeks to reconnect occupants to their urban surroundings, address its\ncontext and climate, and reintroduce nature on-site."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"Inside the\nbuilding, generous and strategically located glazing frames visual connections\nbetween inside and out\u2014blurring the line between the building and the city it\nis a part of. A high-performance building envelope and ambitious stormwater\nmanagement targets address two of Toronto\u2019s most pressing climatic challenges:\nincreasingly extreme temperatures and increasingly extreme weather events."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"Green roofs\nat the podium level combine productive planting for the Ryerson urban farm at level\n8 with decorative native plantings as a visual amenity at level 9. Together,\nthese roof areas retain rainwater, provide habitat for micro-fauna, and work\nwith high albedo paving and roof membranes to reduce urban heat island effect.\nIn order to reduce bird strikes, bird friendly design, including the use of a\nhigh-visibility frit pattern, was used at all glazing within 30 feet of grade\nor upper-level planted surfaces."]]],[1,"h2",[[0,[],0,"Mandatory metrics"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Is this a previously developed site? "],[0,[],0,"yes "]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Percentage of site area supporting vegetation before project began: "],[0,[],0,"0%"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Percentage of the site area that is vegetated (landscape or green roof) post-development: "],[0,[],0,"45%"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Percentage of site area covered by native plants that support native or migratory species and pollinators: "],[0,[],0,"45%"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Intentional design strategies used to promote: "]]],[3,"ul",[[[0,[],0,"Biodiversity"]],[[0,[],0,"Bird safety"]],[[0,[],0,"Habitat conservation,"]],[[0,[],0,"Flora\/fauna"]]]],[1,"h2",[[0,[],0,"Design Intent"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"What does this project do to regenerate the natural ecosystem\non-site? "],[0,[],0,"The project replaces a surface parking lot. Across a variety of\nlevels, landscaping and green roofs planted with native species cover 49% of\ntotal roof area, providing habitat for micro-fauna."]]]]},"title":"Ecosystems"},{"body":{"version":"0.3.0","atoms":[],"cards":[["images-card",{"images":[{"url":"http:\/\/res.cloudinary.com\/dpcbzfiye\/image\/upload\/v1618797726\/kioeh2dhji77czfmlsw3.jpg","id":"6392346"}],"caption":"Nutrition lab"}]],"markups":[["strong"]],"sections":[[1,"p",[]],[10,0],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"The\ntower portion features a 330-bed student residence and amenities, including\nstudy rooms and laundry facilities. The water use reduction strategy for the\nproject includes the use of low-flow or no-flow fixtures throughout the\nbuilding, high-efficiency irrigation for the urban farm, and drought-tolerant\nspecies on other site landscaping."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"Greywater (from\nshowers and bathroom faucets) from the residence floors is collected in a\nstorage tank on level 9. Rainwater is collected in a below-grade storage tank\nbefore being pumped up to level 9. These water sources are combined, filtered,\nand treated for reuse. Reused water is used for toilet flushing, irrigation,\nand cooling tower makeup. The calculated annual rainwater collection is 369,863\nliters."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"Outdoor water\nuse reduction savings are achieved by using native plantings, drip irrigation\nequipped with Rain Bird controllers, and rainwater reuse. Green roof assemblies\nplanted with native species cover 66% of the roof area. The roof areas provide\nhabitat for micro-fauna. A cistern delays peak flow of stormwater from the\nsite."]]],[1,"h2",[[0,[],0,"Mandatory metrics"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Is on-site potable water use regularly metered and monitored?:"],[0,[],0," yes"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Is water use subetered?: "],[0,[],0,"yes"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Was water consumption modeled?: "],[0,[],0,"yes"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Is potable water used for non-potable uses (e.g. irrigation, toilet flushing)?: "],[0,[],0,"yes"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1," Is rainwater collected and stored for on-site use?: "],[0,[],0,"yes"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"What non-potable water sources are collected for reuse?: "],[0,[],0,"Non-irrigation site water, Potable"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Percentage of rainwater managed on-site (from maximum anticipated 24-hour, two-year storm event):"],[0,[],0," 67%"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Percentage of the site area that is vegetated using irrigated turf grass: "],[0,[],0,"0%"]]],[1,"h2",[[0,[],0,"Encouraged metrics "]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Is potable water quality routinely monitored, filtered, or treated?: "],[0,[],0,"yes"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Measured annual water use (per building, sf, or occupant): "],[0,[],0,"12,605,800"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Predicated annual water use (per building, sf, or occupant): "],[0,[],0,"25,482,886"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Percentage of potable water reduced through efficiency measures (LEED calculator): "],[0,[],0,"65%"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Percentage of potable water offset by other water sources: "],[0,[],0,"58.6%"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Percentage of blackwater treated on-site: "],[0,[],0,"0%"]]],[1,"h2",[[0,[],0,"Design intent"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Describe the quality of the water that runs off the site: "],[0,[],0,"Stormwater\nrunoff from the site is not subject to additional treatment or filtration."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Describe the project\u2019s water resilience strategies. Provide one\nsentence describing the project\u2019s major potable water conservation strategy for\neach end use: "],[0,[],0,"Fixtures: Greywater (showers and bathroom faucets) from the\nresidence floors is collected, filtered, treated, and reused for toilet\nflushing."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"Irrigation:\nGreywater (showers and bathroom faucets) from the residence floors is\ncollected, filtered, treated, and reused for irrigation."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"Mechanical\nsystems: Greywater (showers and bathroom faucets) from the residence floors is\ncollected, filtered, treated, and reused for cooling tower makeup."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"Process\nsystems: Greywater (showers and bathroom faucets) from the residence floors is\ncollected, filtered, treated, and reused for cooling tower makeup."]]],[1,"h2",[[0,[],0,"Additional information: "]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"Measured\nannual water use (per building, sf, or occupant): 12,605,800 litres, which is\nequivalent to 470 litres\/m2"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"Predicted\nannual water use (per building, sf, or occupant): 25,482,886 litres, which is\nequivalent to 949 litres\/m2"]]]]},"title":"Water"},{"body":{"version":"0.3.0","atoms":[],"cards":[["images-card",{"images":[{"url":"http:\/\/res.cloudinary.com\/dpcbzfiye\/image\/upload\/v1618796521\/ln8piih2dpslc7egtfgn.jpg","id":"6392340"}],"caption":"Building entrance at grade"}]],"markups":[["strong"]],"sections":[[1,"p",[]],[10,0],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"In\nprogram, planning, and design, the DCHSC is a direct response to the realities\nof expanding an urban university within a dense and highly desirable downtown\nmarket. Given the high cost and low availability of land in Toronto\u2019s core, the\nbuilding reflects an intensive effort to creatively mix and reimagine program,\nmaximize spatial flexibility, share space between users, and right-size\nindividual program elements."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"Examples of\nthese kinds of spatial innovations include a ground-floor flat classroom, which\nthrough the use of mobile partitions becomes a public event space; the design\nof the vertical public realm, which combines study space and circulation to\ncreate a vertical \u201cmain street,\u201d offering a front door to each department; the\ndetailed design of shared teaching spaces to serve multiple departments,\nreducing total classroom count; and the design of the podium roof, which\nfunctions as an urban farm, a residence amenity, and a campus event space."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"Throughout\nthe design process, capital costs were regularly reviewed against life cycle\ncosts. This analysis drove investments in several key strategies, including the\nenhanced building envelope, the active chilled beam system, the aluminum panel\ncladding, and structural investments in column-free space for future\nflexibility."]]],[1,"h2",[[0,[],0,"Mandatory metrics"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Construction costs per square foot (USD\/SF): "],[0,[],0,"$360"]]],[1,"h2",[[0,[],0,"Encouraged metrics "]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Were lifecycle costs calculated?: "],[0,[],0,"yes"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"What is the timeframe for the life cycle cost calculations?: "],[0,[],0,"10, 20, and 50 years"]]],[1,"h2",[[0,[],0,"Design Intent"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Describe right-sizing strategies and considerations: "],[0,[],0,"In\nthe academic podium, departmentally \u201cowned\u201d classrooms were reduced in favor of\nshared simulation suites, research labs, and flat floor classrooms that serve\nall four schools in the building. In the residence, apartment-style units with\nshared living rooms allowed right-sizing of bedrooms, which in turn permitted\nprovision of a more generous number of barrier-free units."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"How did design choices minimize materials usage, allowing for\nlower cost and more efficiently designed systems\/structure? "],[0,[],0,"Within\nthe podium, a system of two-story steel A-frames sequentially distributes the\ntower load to the building\u2019s perimeter, reducing the need for structurally\ninefficient cantilevers while providing necessary clear spans at large\nclassrooms."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Provide one sentence on the strategies used to reduce cost and\/or\nincrease value for each of the following: first costs, utilities, maintenance,\ncleaning, occupant health and well-being, flexibility, adaptability, and\/or\nresilience: "],[0,[],0,"First costs: Sharing key teaching and research spaces between\ndepartments allowed the team to reduce overall academic GFA by approximately\n10%."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"Utilities:\nA high-efficiency mechanical system, including active chilled beams for heating\nand cooling and energy recovery ventilation on all equipment, minimizes overall\nconsumption and allows energy sharing between program elements. 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The building\u2019s distinct\ntypology offers several challenges\u2014including long hours of operation, energy-intensive\nlab equipment, and high receptacle loads due to the density of occupation\u2014but\nits mixed-use program also created opportunities to capture waste heat from\nacademic programs for reuse in residence heating."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"Passive\nenergy reduction strategies include a high-efficiency R25+ envelope, detailing\nfor enhanced airtightness, and a 33% glazing ratio. The building\u2019s exterior\nexpression is a direct result of its commitment to efficiency: surface-to-volume\nratio is minimized and continuous glazing is concentrated within the vertical\npublic realm, maximizing apparent transparency. Viewed at the scale of the city, the\nbuilding\u2019s distinctive massing, dramatic cantilevers, and a bright white \u201csupergrid\u201d\ncladding celebrate sustainability while allowing it to stand out among a field of\nfully glazed residential towers."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"At a systems\nlevel, high-efficiency equipment, energy recovery ventilators, and a hydronic\nactive chilled beam ventilation system reduce heating and cooling consumption\nwhile providing 100% fresh air to occupants. High-efficiency lighting, along\nwith daylight and occupancy sensors, further reduce consumption. Overall, the\nbuilding will use 42% less energy than a baseline building, reducing greenhouse\ngas emissions by 945,000 kg annually."]]],[1,"h2",[[0,[],0,"Mandatory metrics"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Predicted gross EUI (include all site energy uses, exclusive of on-site generations and purchased credits of offsets): "],[0,[],0,"207 kBtu\/sf\/yr "]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],0,"Measured gross EUI (include all site energy uses) "],[0,[1],2,"Note if COVID-19 altered occupancy during the measured year.: "],[0,[],0,"124.87 kBtu\/sf\/yr "]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Zero Tool-Percent reduction in energy from the benchmark, excluding all on-site renewables: "],[0,[],0,"42%"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Is energy generated on-site?: "],[0,[],0,"no"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Were renewable energy credits or offsets purchased for this project?: "],[0,[],0,"no"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"All electric building?: "],[0,[],0,"no"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Measured lighting power density (LPD): "],[0,[],0,"0.57 W\/sf "]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Percent LPD reduction from IECC 2006: "],[0,[],0,"46%"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Percent window-wall ratio: "],[0,[],0,"33%"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Was energy modeling used to inform design decisions?: "],[0,[],0,"yes"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Operational emissions: "],[0,[],0,"0.01 mT CO"],[0,[2],1,"2"],[0,[],0,"\/sf\/yr"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"AIA\u2019s "],[0,[3],1,"2030 Commitment Reporting Tool "],[0,[],0,"or the Architecture 2030 Challenge"],[0,[4],1," reference materials"],[0,[],0," provide comparison baselines for energy use and convert utility-provided energy consumed into equivalent carbon emission impact."]]],[1,"h2",[[0,[],0,"Encouraged metrics "]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Percent WWR by orientation (N,S,EW): "],[0,[],0,"32.5%"]]],[1,"h2",[[0,[],0,"Design Intent"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Explain any difference between measured and predicted EUI: "],[0,[],0,"The\nmeasured EUI is ~40% less than the predicted EUI due to COVID-19. The\nbuilding\u2019s academic portions were not in use throughout the school and summer\nmonths, resulting in a reduced energy consumption."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Describe your enclosure (wall, roof, and window) specification for\noptimizing climatic performance (U-value, SHGC, VT, shading, dynamic, etc.): "],[0,[],0,"The\nbuilding uses a high-performance envelope to reduce energy consumption while\nproviding a high level of occupant and resident comfort:"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"Walls:\nmin R-25"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"Roofs:\nmin R-30"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"Overall\ninfiltration rate: 0.0328 cfm\/ft"],[0,[5],1,"2"],[0,[],0," glazing SHGC 0.38 "]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Describe the primary strategy for reducing operations carbon\n(scope 1: direct emissions; scope 2: indirect emissions): "],[0,[],0,"The\nproject used an integrated design process to engage user groups, students,\nfaculty, consultants, and Ryerson representatives in establishing\nsustainability principles, goals, and strategies for the project. Energy\nperformance was one of the main areas of focus throughout the process, in turn,\nreducing operational carbon. The strategies to reduce emissions associated with\nthe extraction and production of purchased materials and fuels (scope 2)\ninclude:"]]],[3,"ul",[[[0,[],0,"Reducing\nthe heating and cooling loads in the building. A high-performance\n (well-insulated, air-tight, and durable) building envelope was used to\n reduce energy consumption while providing a high level of occupant and\n resident comfort. To reduce heat loss and gain through glazed openings in\n the building skin, the envelope was designed with a low window-to-wall\n ratio."]],[[0,[],0,"Targets\n for insulation levels, overall building thermal performance, and\n airtightness were developed and evaluated through life cycle cost analysis\n during design development."]],[[0,[],0,"Efficient\n lighting systems and occupancy and daylight sensors were used throughout the\n building to reduce the consumption of electricity for lighting and\n maximize the use of daylighting in the project."]],[[0,[],0,"A\n study that evaluates waste energy recovery systems was completed, although\n none of the options were deemed to be feasible."]],[[0,[],0,"The\n building\u2019s energy and water metering system will provide users with\n feedback and an ongoing database of consumption patterns. Ryerson\u2019s vision\n is that this will allow for student engagement on energy and water use.\n Potential options for student engagement include competitions to reduce\n energy and water consumption in the residence and display screens near the\n building that report consumption trends to students entering the building.\n Ryerson envisions the floor-by-floor competitions to reduce energy and\n water consumption in the student residence as one method to engage\n students on the importance of these issues and build a sense of community.\n Competitions may be organized between student \u201chouses\u201d within the\n residence to encourage them to better understand their impacts as well as building\n social bonds among \u201chouse\u201d members."]],[[0,[],0,"The\n use of low-flow water fixtures help reduce the demand for domestic hot\n water fueled by a district steam heating system."]],[[0,[],0,"The\n mechanical system includes heat recovery in the central makeup air units\n as well as a heat recovery chiller, an active chilled beam system, and energy\n recovery ventilators (ERVs)."]]]]]},"title":"Energy"},{"body":{"version":"0.3.0","atoms":[],"cards":[],"markups":[["strong"],["sub"]],"sections":[[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"The\nDCHSC was designed to enhance occupant health and wellness, reflecting the\nmission of the programs it houses."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"All occupied\nspaces enjoy natural light and generous city views. Gathering spaces within the\nfully glazed public realm are connected by an inviting sequence of feature\nstairs, encouraging movement and interaction and providing a route from the\nfront door all the way to the podium roof. Here, a productive green space acts\nas a high-level \u201cquad\u201d and natural amenity for the residence tower while\nsupplying healthy ingredients to the building\u2019s ground-floor caf\u00e9."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"An active\nchilled beam system delivers highly controllable heating and cooling, along\nwith 100% fresh air, to all occupied spaces. Rigorous screening of building\nmaterials means that more than 75% of materials used in the project are\ncompletely healthy and transparent over their life cycle. Acoustic analysis\nshaped a finishing strategy that ensures comfort throughout\u2014from residence\nrooms to multistory public spaces."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"Close\nconsultation with Ryerson\u2019s accessibility advocates informed the planning of\nall teaching and living spaces, detailed design of millwork and accessories,\nfinish selections, and the overall residence program. The building sets a new\nstandard for accessibility in Canada and formed the basis for a new\nAccessibility Design Standard developed for Ryerson."]]],[1,"h2",[[0,[],0,"Mandatory metrics"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Do greater than 90% of occupied spaces have a direct view to the outdoors?: "],[0,[],0,"no"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Was daylight modeled to inform design decisions? Summarize results: "],[0,[],0,"yes; Daylight modeling focused on early-stage explorations of office and administrative spaces. 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Daylight and occupancy sensors are installed on all artificial lights, with timed overrides available for occupants. Offices and workstations are also provided with task lighting for additional control. Manual blinds at all windows allow individual control of daylight and glare."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Was a \u0022chemicals of concern\u0022 list used to inform material selection?: "],[0,[],0,"yes"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Were Health Product Declarations (HPDs) collected? Summarize results: "],[0,[],0,"yes; as a result of the material screening process, more than 75% of materials used in the project are completely healthy and transparent over their lifecycle\u2014free of hazardous substances and with full documentation of ingredients."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"What level of air filters are installed?: "],[0,[],0,"MERV 12-14"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Is air quality monitored on an ongoing basis?: "],[0,[],0,"yes"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"If so, what IAQ metrics are being tracked? 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The podium planning\nresponds to this challenge by locating the largest spaces closest to grade; a\nsystem of two-story A-frames sequentially distributes the tower load down and\nout over the podium\u2019s nine stories, reducing the need for structurally\ninefficient cantilevers while providing the necessary clear spans at large\nclassrooms. Post-tensioned concrete beams further reduce structural weight,\nincrease spans, and maximize future flexibility."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"Materials and\nfinishes were selected to minimize the impact from extraction and maximize\ndurability over the building\u2019s 100-year target lifespan. Polished concrete\nfloors, terracotta tiles, aluminum panel cladding, and locally sourced and FSC-certified\nacoustic wood panels create a vibrant but highly resilient exterior and\ninterior palette."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"The desire to\nmaximize durability complemented the project\u2019s goal of achieving best-in-class\nmaterial health. Over the design process, Perkins\u0026Will worked with students\nfrom Ryerson\u2019s School of Interior Design to review the ingredients and health\nimpacts of more than 250 building products, often working directly with\nmanufacturers to guide the development of their first set of Health Product\nDeclarations."]]],[1,"h2",[[0,[],0,"Mandatory Metrics"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Total embodied carbon in metric tonnes: "],[0,[],0,"11,500"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Was construction waste considered and tracked on this project? Summarize, results: yes; "],[0,[],0,"A total of 4,867 metric tonnes of waste was hauled off site, of that amount, 3,694 metric tonnes were diverted from landfill and incineration. This resulted in 76% of all waste being diverted."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Which of the following environmental product declarations did you collect?: "],[0,[],0,"Declare Labels, C2C, Other"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Was material reuse considered and tracked on this project? 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This depth of research\nand level of hazard reduction represents an unprecedented commitment to\nbuilding health."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"The\npriorities for non-toxic material choices for the project were identified as:"]]],[3,"ul",[[[0,[],0,"Interior\n finishes, flooring, and furniture (tie)"]],[[0,[],0,"Adhesives\n and sealants"]],[[0,[],0,"Building\n envelope products"]],[[0,[],0,"Wood-based\n products"]]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"All\nproducts in these categories were reviewed for compliance with LEED\nrequirements."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"Additionally,\nthe project team reviewed materials to minimize use of products containing\nsubstances on the Perkins\u0026Will Precautionary List."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"As\nan innovation credit, the project team specified products that would qualify\nfor the LEEDv4 Building Product Disclosure and Optimization\u2013Material\nIngredients Credit, and we anticipate that the credit requirements will be met\neven though this is a LEED 2009 project."]]]]},"title":"Resources"},{"body":{"version":"0.3.0","atoms":[],"cards":[],"markups":[["strong"]],"sections":[[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"As\nRyerson University is an institutional owner, the DCHSC was designed for a 100-year\nlifespan, with the attendant requirements for flexibility and adaptability to\nchanges in technology, pedagogy, and student needs."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"The building\ntakes a \u201cloose fit, long life\u201d approach to structure, with generously sized,\nrigorously spaced structural bays providing a high level of interior\nadaptability. A series of A-frame trusses distributes tower loads along the\nperimeters of the public space, ensuring maximum flexibility within each of the\ncellular zones of the podium floor plan. The building\u2019s hydronic chilled beam\nsystem is spatially efficient, with the potential to adapt more easily than a\nducted system to changes in floor plan."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"Classrooms\nare flat-floor construction throughout, with ceiling heights and viewing angles\ncalibrated to support potential reconfiguration in service of new modes of\nteaching and learning. On the exterior, an emphasis on passive design\nstrategies\u2014in particular, a high-efficiency envelope and generous daylighting\nof all occupied spaces\u2014maximizes passive survivability. In the event that long-term\nevolution required a change in fenestration, the larger \u201csuper-grid\u201d\ncomposition and the panelized aluminum cladding system would permit window\nlocations to be modified without compromising the overall order and expression\nof the building."]]],[1,"h2",[[0,[],0,"Mandatory metrics"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Percentage of project floor area, if any, that was adapted from existing buildings: "],[0,[],0,"0%"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Was research conducted on the most likely local hazards? 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In the residence tower, each two-floor \u201chouse\u201d is individually\nmonitored and displayed, leveraging friendly competition to reduce consumption\nand engrain healthier habits."]]],[1,"p",[[0,[],0,"As part of\nthe original commission, the design team was retained to assist Ryerson\u2019s\nfacilities group in collecting and assessing performance data over the first two years\nof operations. However, due to delayed occupancy of the building, the systems\nhad not established a full baseline measurement before the COVID-19 pandemic\nforced the majority of non-residence functions online. While all systems are\ncurrently operating as designed, collection and analysis of data that reflects\ntypical use will resume when students return to the classroom."]]],[1,"h2",[[0,[],0,"Mandatory metrics"]]],[1,"p",[[0,[0],1,"Were integrated design processes engaged early in the project for establishing project performance goals and strategies?: "],[0,[],0,"yes; Over a three-month pre-design phase, the full project team worked with a stakeholder group of more than 200 University and community representatives to develop an overall vision, guiding principles for sustainability, inclusivity, and urban design, and key design strategies for the project. These strategies informed programming, planning, and design decisions at every scale, and were a critical tool to creating and maintaining consensus as the project evolved over the course of the design process. The University and project team reported back to these stakeholders at open houses during the schematic design and design development phases. The team also mounted a four-week exhibition at the Ryerson University School of Architecture\u2019s public gallery (located one block north of the project site), showcasing the design process and finished project and soliciting additional feedback. From the mid-point of design, the team worked directly with researchers in Ryerson\u2019s Smart Building Analytics Living Lab and Building Information Research Group to develop the precise metering and monitoring program. 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