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A PROPOSED MODEL OF A GREEN TECHNOLOGY BUILDING

CONSTRUCTION IN EASTERN VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY


LUNA CAMPUS

A Research Paper
Submitted to the Civil Engineering Faculty
Eastern Visayas State University - Ormoc City Campus

In Partial Fulfillment
of the Requirement for the Course
CE 483 (UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH)

by

DIVINA NIA G. BAGUION


ELVIRA P. BULAWAN
ABEGAIL P. DELA FORTUNA
JANE LUZIL C. PEREZ

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APPROVAL SHEET

The undergraduate research entitled A PROPOSED MODEL OF A GREEN


TECHNOLOGY BUILDING CONSTRUCTION IN EASTERN VISAYAS STATE
UNIVERSITY LUNA CAMPUS, submitted and prepared by Divina Nia G. Baguion,
Elvira P. Bulawan, Abegail P. Dela Fortuna and Jane Luzil C. Perez, in partial fulfillment
of the requirement for the degree CIVIL ENGINEERING, has been examined and is
recommended for acceptance and approval for ORAL examination.

THE RESEARCH COMMITTEE

ENGR. ROBERT G. NAVARRO, RME, MSME.


Chairman

ENGR. RUDERICO M. ENDRIANO JR.,CE


Adviser

JOSE P. CAUNTE JR.,A.B.,L.I.B ENGR. VICENTE M. DUALLO, CE


Member Member

ENGR. ANTONIO E. NABOYA, CE.,GE.


Member

Accepted by the Committee and Oral Examination with a rating of ___ on May 2017.

THE PANEL OF EXAMINEE

ENGR. ROBERT G. NAVARRO, RME, MSME.


Chairman

JOSE P. CAUNTE JR.,A.B.,L.I.B ENGR. VICENTE M. DUALLO, CE


Member Member

ENGR. ANTONIO E. NABOYA, CE.,GE.


Member

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The researchers would like to express their utmost gratitude to their

Undergraduate Research adviser, Engr. Ruderico M. Endriano Jr. for his guidance in

completing the research. To the panelists, Engr. Antonio E. Naboya, Engr. Vicente M.

Duallo and Mr. Jose P. Caunte, the researchers are extremely grateful to your assistance

and suggestions throughout the research. And lastly, to Engr. Robert G. Navarro, the

Chairman, the researchers are truly grateful to your presence and help. To the

researchers friends and family, thank you for helping them survive all the stresses from

this research and for not letting them give up. Thank you for the financial and moral

support which is the big factor in completing the research. And specially, to the Almighty

God for always been there and for being the light during their sleepless nights. To God be

the glory.

Kudos, Group 1!

The Researchers

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TABLE CONTENTS

TITLE PAGE i

APPROVAL SHEET ii

ACKNOWLEDGMENT iii

TABLE OF CONTENTS iv

LIST OF TABLES vii

LIST OF FIGURES viii

LIST OF APPENDICES ix

EDITORIAL CERTIFICATE x

ABSTRACT xi

CHAPTER I

INTRODUCTION 1

OBJECTIVES 2

CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK 3

SCOPE AND LIMITATION 4

SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY 4

CHAPTER II

REVIEW RELATED LITERATURE 5

ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS OF GREEN TECH 11

ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF GREEN TECH 11

SOCIAL BENEFITS OF GREEN TECH 13

GREEN BUILDING VS. NON-GREEN BUILDINGS 14

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FOUR ELEMENTS OF A GREEN BUILDING PROJECT 14

ADVANTAGES OF GREEN TECHNOLOGY 18

DISADVANTAGES OF GREEN TECHNOLOGY 18

WHAT IS CARBON FOOTPRINT? 19

WHAT IS ENERGY ANALYSIS? 20

WHAT IS FERRO CEMENT? 21

PROPERTIES OF FERRO CEMENT 22

CONSTITUENT MATERIALS FOR FERRO CEMENT 22

ADVANTAGES OF FERRO CEMENT 23

DISADVANTAGES OF FERRO CEMENT 23

PROCESS OF FERRO CEMENTS CONSTRUCTION 24

APPLICATION OF FERRO CEMENTS IN CONSTRUCTION 24

CHAPTER III

METHODOLOGY 25

TYPES OF RESEARCH 25

SAMPLING SIZE 25

SAMPLING TECHNIQUE 25

DATA GATHERING PROCEDURE 25

TYPE OF DATA 26

CHAPTER IV

DISCUSSION 27

GENERAL OVERVIEW 30

PROJECT OVERVIEW 30

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ENERGY GOALS AND REQUIREMENTS 31

CHAPTER V

CONCLUSION 44

RECOMMENDATION 44

BIBLIOGRAPHY

BOOKS 45

INTERNENT 45

APPENDICES 46

CURRICULUM VITAE 50

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List of Tables

Table 3.1: Survey Questionnaire for the Research

Table 4.1: Energy Analysis

Table 4.2: Strength and weaknesses of the building energy tools.

Table 4.3: Estimating and Budgeting Worksheet for Green Tech Project

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List of Figures

Figure 1.1: Green Technology Building Flow Chart

Figure 4.1: Green Technology Building Survey in EVSU Luna Campus

Figure 4.2: Carbon Footprint of the Proposed Design

Figure 4.3: Sample of Energy Consumption in a year Using Green Technology

Figure 4.4: 3D MODEL PERSPECTIVE

Figure 4.5: Side View

Figure 4.6: Front View

Figure 4.7: Ground Floor Plan

Figure 4.8: Second Floor Plan

Figure 4.9: Roof Plan

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List of Appendices

Survey Questionnaire

Figure 4.10: Green Roof Layers

Figure 4.11: Suggested Solar Panel for the Proposal

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EDITORIAL CERTIFICATE

This document certifies that the manuscript listed below was edited for proper English
language, grammar, punctuation, spelling, and overall style by one or more of the
qualified editor at Content Concepts.

MANUSCRIPT TITLE

A Proposed Model of a Green Technology Building Construction in Eastern Visayas


State University
Ormoc City Campus-Luna

AUTHOR

Divina Nia G. Baguion


Elvira P. Bulawan
Abegail P. Dela Fortuna
Jane Luzil C. Perez

Aiza Marie S. Moraa


(English Instructor)

Date Issued
23 April 2017

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ABSTRACT

TITLE: A PROPOSED MODEL OF A GREEN TECHNOLOGY BUILDING

CONSTRUCTION IN EASTERN VISAYAS STATE UNIVERSITY LUNA CAMPUS

RESEARCHERS: DIVINA NIA G. BAGUION, ELVIRA P. BULAWAN

ABEGAIL P. DELA FORTUNA, AND JANE LUZIL C. PEREZ

DEGREE: BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CIVIL ENGINEERING

RESEARCH ADVISER: ENGR. RUDERICO M. ENDRIANO JR.

CONTENT ANALYSIS

As building technologies advance with our increasing environmental awareness,

utilizing sustainable resources becomes an obvious choice. Not only it is the green way of

doing things, but more importantly it is an economically viable solution many of which

are endless and free. Moving air for ventilations and sunlight for lighting and energy

supply are just two of the many examples waiting for us to capture and incorporate into

our buildings. Our journey to stop to what was once a seemingly perpetual demand on

our deteriorating environment starts here as we take a step to enlighten ourselves through

constant enrichment and practice. Green building is not a simple development trend, it is

an approach to building suited to the demands of its time, whose relevance and

importance will only continue to increase.

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