Climate Resilience Building Case Study

Bartlett Station - Lot D

Address

Bartlett Station Drive, Roxbury

Status

Under Construction

Key Features

Resiliency: Extreme Temps

Sustainability: Green Building, Carbon Reduction, LEED

Team
Developer POAH (Preservation of Affordable Housing)
Architect DREAM Collaborative
MEP Engineer Petersen Engineering Inc.
Civil Engineer Devellis Zrein Inc.
Structural Engineer RJ Farah
Landscape Architect Deborah Myers Landscape Architects
Passive House Consultant Building Evolution Corporation
Contractor NEI General Contracting

The project has used the LEED v4 Multifamily Midrise rating system and would earn 73.5 points for LEED Gold, will be all an electric building, includes installation of a 90kW solar PV system, and has a modeled 2035 Carbon Emission Intensity (2035 pCEI) of 1.04kg CO2e / sf-yr and, with the solar PV system, a modeled 2035 pCEI of 0.8 kg CO2e / sf-yr. Energy efficiency strategies include passive house enclosure, high efficiency ERVs paired with air source heat pumps take advantage of existing energy in the air to control interior air and domestic water temperatures contribute to 75% reduction in energy use from code baseline. Habitable landscaped garage roof mitigates heat island effect, producing an oasis of cooled area on a southern exposure.

See the Article 37 Design Filing on the project timeline.

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