March 13 2013 Municipal Green Building Task Force Meeting Approved Minutes

Municipal Green Building Task Force Meeting
APPROVED Minutes March 13, 2013
 

Appointed Members:
Present:
Houshang Esmaili, SF International Airport
Mohsin Shaikh*, SF Department of Building Inspection
Janet Ng*, SF Public Utilities Commission
Cyndy Scully*, SF Department of Public Health
Mark Palmer*, SF Environment
Mark Dorian, SFDPW/Building Design & Construction

Absent:
Meghan Tiernan*, SF Recreation and Park
Roberto Lombardi*, SF Public Libraries
John Updike*, Real Estate Division
Clifton Wong, SF Municipal Transportation Agency
May Chan*, SFDPW/Infrastructure Design & Construction
Raphael Sperry*, Public Member
Wendy Proctor, SF Port
 

A quorum of appointed task force members was not achieved.
In addition, there were attendees representing SF Environment, SFDPW BDC, SFPUC Power, SFPUC Water, SMG Moscone, Jones Lang LaSalle, and GSA Convention Facilities Department.
 

Agenda Items:
1. Introductions
2. Minutes:  Task Force meeting minutes of February 13, 2013 were not approved as a quorum was not achieved.
3. Announcements: Recently certified municipal project: San Francisco Office of Aids Renovation: LEED IDC Silver
4. Discussion: Masoud Vafaei, Commissioning Project Manager, SFPUC Power, outlined contracts in place to provide as-needed building commissioning and other green building professional services targeted to municipal LEED projects.  Contact Masoud for details: [email protected]
5. Presentation and Discussion: Ari Hoffman of Jones Lang LaSalle and Mark Palmer presented “Moscone Center: A Sustainable Public-Private Partnership” balancing economic and environmental goals for renovating Moscone North and South and achieving LEED EB O&M Gold certification.
6. Presentation and Discussion: Archan Pad presented an overview of Verdigris Technology’s monitoring and verification (M&V) of energy systems, and how to apply detailed, real-time energy data towards improving efficiency.
7.  Old Business: None
8. New Business: MP suggested that Environment Code Sec. 706. could be amended to be more specific for major alteration and commercial interiors projects.
9. Public Comment: None.