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Part of the BRE Trust

BRE, BREEAM and Open Data


www.bre.co.uk
Stuart Chalmers
Digital Products Strategy Manager
Building Research Establishment
1940
1950
1990
2013
2014
Why is data important to BRE?
Why is data important to BRE?
Reduce capital cost and the carbon
burden from the construction and
operation of the built environment by
20%.
Collaborative BIM (with all project
and asset information,
documentation and data being
electronic) on projects over 5m by
2016.
What is BIM?
What data does BRE produce?
250,000 Certified Buildings
40 million m
2
floor area certified
1500+ BREEAM Assessors
450+ BREEAM Accredited
Professionals
50+ countries worldwide
What data does BRE produce?
BREEAM New Construction
BREEAM International New
Construction
BREEAM In-Use
BREEAM Refurbishment
BREEAM Communities
Code for Sustainable Homes
BREEAM Infrastructure (coming 2014)
What data does BRE produce?
Management
Health and Wellbeing
Energy
Transport
Materials
Waste
Water
Land Use and Ecology
Pollution and Innovation
What are we doing?
BREEAM New Construction 2014
Collect assessment data as
reusable digital content
Providing (partial) access to that
data via open API
Release programme for historical
data for other schemes
BRE Data Lab coming soon
Stuart Chalmers
www.bre.co.uk
chalmerss@bre.co.uk
@BREWatford
@stu73