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½? Erosion and Sedimentation Control Required


½? 0evelopment 0ensity & Community Connectivity
½? „rownfield redevelopment
½? clternative transportation
½? Site development
½? Storm water 0esign
½? Œeat Islands Effect
½? Credit 8 Light pollution reduction ?

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½? `ater Efficient landscaping


½? `ater Efficiency in c C systems ± Reduce by 50 %
½? Innovative wastewater technologies
½? `ater use reduction

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½? !inimum Energy Performance Required


½? CFC reduction Required
½? Dptimize energy performance
½? Dn site Renewable Energy cdditional Commissioning
½? Dzone 0epletion
½? !&V
½? ‰reen Power

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½? Storage and collection of recyclables Required


½? „uilding reuse
½? Construction waste management
½? Resource reuse
½? Recycled content
½? Local regional materials
½? Rapidly renewable materials
½? Certified wood

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½? !inimum Ic performance Required


½? Environmental tobacco smoke control Required
½? Emission reduction in Captive Power Plants Required
½? Dutdoor cir 0elivery !onitoring
½? Increased ventilation
½? Construction Ic management plan
½? Low-emitting materials

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½? Indoor chemical & pollutant source control
½? Controllability of systems, Lighting and Thermal comfort
½? Thermal comfort-0esign and Verification
½? 0aylighting and views

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ë ? crchitects
2 ? Engineers
3 ? Service consultants
3 ë? !EP Consultants (Plumbing, Fire, ŒVcC, Electrical, „cS, energy consultants, safety &
security)
3 2? ‰reen consultants
4 ? Project manager
5 ? Client
6 ? Stakeholders
7 ? Contractors
8 ? Investor
9 ? cuthorities
ë0 ?Interior designers
ëë ?Environmentalists
ë2 ?Socialists

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c green building is a structure that is environmentally responsible and resource-efficient throughout


its life-cycle These objectives expand and complement the classical building design concerns of
economy, utility, durability, and comfort ‰reen buildings are designed to reduce the overall impact of
the built environment on human health and the natural environment by:

½? Efficiently using energy, water, and other resources


½? Protecting occupant health and improving employee productivity
½? Reducing waste, pollution and environment degradation

For example, green buildings may incorporate sustainable materials in their construction (e g , reused,
recycled-content, or made from renewable resources); create healthy indoor environments with
minimal pollutants (e g , reduced product emissions); and or feature landscaping that reduces water
usage (e g , by using native plants that survive without extra watering)

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½? Enhance and protect biodiversity and ecosystems
½? Improve air and water quality
½? Reduce waste streams
½? Conserve and restore natural resources

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½? Reduce operating costs
½? Create, expand, and shape markets for green product and
services
½? Improve occupant productivity
½? Dptimize life-cycle economic performance

 
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½? Enhance occupant comfort and health
½? Œeighten aesthetic qualities
½? !inimize strain on local infrastructure
½? Improve overall quality of life

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Integrated Project 0elivery approach integrates all stakeholders, systems, and practices into
one process This process collaboratively harnesses the talents and insights of all participants
to reduce waste and optimize efficiency through all phases of design, construction and
beyond

½? This includes a tight collaboration between the owner, the architect and owners,
ultimately responsible for construction of the project, as an cdvocate from Concept to
Completion The benefits are work closely with the architect on design and
constructability
½? identify the accurate project costs very early, no matter if new construction,
remodeling, addition or historic renovation
½? prevent surprises during construction that turn into unexpected costs and delays thru
pre-construction planning

In case of green buildings, when the project is conceptualized conceptualized, the integrated
process continues throughout the full life cycle of the facilities Integrated Project 0elivery
encourages early contribution of knowledge and experience and requires proactive
involvement of key participants Responsibility is placed on the most able person with
decisions being made on a ³best for project´ basis clthough it is possible to achieve
Integrated Project 0elivery without „uilding Information !odeling, it is the opinion and
recommendation of this study that „uilding Information !odeling is essential to efficiently
achieve the collaboration required for Integrated Project 0elivery

IP0 principles can be applied to a variety of contractual arrangements and IP0 teams can include
members well beyond the basic triad of owner, architect, and contractor In all cases, integrated
projects are uniquely distinguished by highly effective collaboration among the owner, the prime
designer, and the prime constructor, commencing at early design and continuing through to
project handover

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There are eight main sequential phases to the Integrated Project 0elivery method (cIc
California council)

ü? Conceptualization phase [Expanded Programming]


ü? Criteria design phase [Expanded Schematic 0esign]
ü? 0etailed 0esign phase [Expanded 0esign 0evelopment]
ü? Implementation 0ocuments phase [Construction 0ocuments]
ü? cgency Review phase
ü? „uyout phase
ü? Construction phase
ü? Closeout phase

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c project lifecycle is defined as There are five stages from inception to demolition of
building project which can be rightly said as from ³cradle to grave ³ They are as follows:
½? Pre construction
½? Construction
½? Post construction
Œowever, they can be further sub divided to have more clarity:
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meetings with the owner, analysis of similar projects with sustainable features, preliminary
ideas and sustainable design features for implementation in the speci¿c project, formation of
a design team involved in the sustainable design process, and de¿nition of initial goals for the
performance of the sustainable building throughout the design process
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?á ?#?The design phase is the most comprehensively addressed portion of the life
cycle in most sustainable building guidelines and evaluation methods The areas of the energy
ef¿ciency, water ef¿ciency, indoor environment, site location, material usage, and
atmospheric considerations are taken care in design phase
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process encompasses the sustainable practices that are employed during the actual
construction process of a building The sustainable practices are waste management during
the construction process, transportation of building construction materials, and the impact of
the construction process on the site and surrounding disturbances
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„uilding operation in the life cycle of a sustainable building involves the operation,
maintenance, and control of the building systems to maintain the sustainable levels for which
they were originally designed
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 - Sustainable design in this area focuses on recycling and waste
management procedures to handle the material waste generated during demolition activities,
and on the design of building assemblies and systems to facilitate removal during demolition

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