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SHIPRA MALL, GHAZIABAD
Architects: Jaiswal & Associates Building Particulars •Location : Indrapuram, Ghaziabad •Orientation: North East •Features: Warm White with Classical Roman style,

Colonnade and neat arches

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SHIPRA MALL, GHAZIABAD
Physical Characteristics •Site area: 2,25,560 sq.ft. •Retail area: 3,60,000 sqft •Building age: 6 years •Operating hour: 12 hours (11am to 11pm) •Setting temperature: 24 degree

•Twin Atriums
•80% leased mall

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SHIPRA MALL, GHAZIABAD

First floor plan Lower ground floor plan

Second floor plan ground floor plan

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Functional performance
•Building occupancy: •Design efficiency (%): 75,000 persons 75 % 10,000 to 15,000 persons per day

•No. of visitors per average day: •Type of main HVAC:

•No. of escalators and lifts: 12 escalators & 5 lifts
Central air conditioning system Halogen Lamps, flood lights, •Type of lighting fixtures commonly used:

metal halide lamps, high pressure sodium lamps, LED’s and cold cathode lamps

for signage

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SHIPRA MALL, GHAZIABAD
Demand Reduction Strategies Passive strategies: •20 % reduced heat load due to wall construction. •Double-layered high performance glass •Transparent polycarbonate sheet of Atrium •50% daylight because of two atriums •Shading cuts the harsh south solar radiation.

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Lighting

•Halogen lamps highlight the building façade.
•Street lights and two flood lights •The various lighting fixtures used for the atrium are as follows Downlight Metal Halide lamps There are 14 floodlight luminaires L.E.D fixtures used in shops

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•Metal halide and high-pressure sodium lamps for central court.

•Cold cathode lamps for signage in shopping mall shops

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SHIPRA MALL, GHAZIABAD
HVAC •Building Management System for energy conservation •VAM system to recover waste heat •VFD in chiller’s motors

Energy Performance
•Peak time for electrical consumption is May-July with the bill of 60,000 units/day. •And generally the energy consumption is 45000-50000 units/day. •Electricity used per unit gross area is 231 kwh/sq.mt/yr

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ABAD NUCLEUS MALL, KOCHI
Architects: ABAD Architects Building Particulars •Location : Maradu, Kochi •Orientation: North East •Features: Environment friendly green mall with LEED CS Gold

certification from IGBC

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Physical Characteristics •Site area: 2,50,000 sq.ft.

•Green Consultant: En3 Sustainability Solutions
•Retail area: 1,25,000 sq.ft •Office area: 45,000 sq.ft. •Building age: 1 year •Operating hour: 12 hours (11am to 11pm)

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Fifth- Tenth floor plan

Ground floor plan

First- Fourth floor plan

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Functional performance
•Building occupancy: •Design efficiency (%): 60,000 persons 90 % 30,000 to 35,000 persons per day

•No. of visitors per average day: •Type of main HVAC: cooled chillers

•No. of escalators and lifts: 8 escalators & 5 lifts Central air conditioning system with high COP water T-5 and LED fixtures

•Type of lighting fixtures commonly used:

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Demand Reduction Strategies Passive strategies: •Reflective roof and under deck insulation •Central atrium with skylight •ACP/Structural glazing for facades •50% daylight because of two atriums •Proper orientation and placement of glasses. Lighting •CFL and LED lamps for the shops •T-5 tubes for the common facilities like toilets etc. •LED fixtures for the signage on the exterior façade.

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Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC) •Low ozone depleting refrigerant and global warming potential •Detailed metering system to monitor the building post-occupancy •High Coefficient of Performance (COP) 900 TR water cooled chillers. •Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) is used for secondary pumps and Air Handling Units (AHUs). •Central Exhaust system in toilets for ventilation.

•Fresh air system of 36 TR through Heat Recovery wheels to pre-cool
fresh air

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Energy Performance •Reduction in the energy consumption by 30% •Gold certification through Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) with

the score of 35 points out of 61.
•Reduction in the water consumption by over 51.79%.

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CHADSTONE SHOPPING CENTRE, MELBOURNE
Building Particulars •Total Area: 1.45 million sq.ft. •Features: Column free, two level skylight dome with 3 interconnected glass vaulted roof •5-Star Green Star Certified Rating under the Green Building

Council Shopping Centre Design rating system

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CHADSTONE SHOPPING CENTRE, MELBOURNE
Demand Reduction Strategies •Low-flow water fixtures, and rain sensors •Sealed external shop front displays to minimize western solar heat load; •High performance skylight with a “thermally broken frame” and high performance insulated glazing; •External shading to mall entries and an insulated facade through

double glazing and insulated precast panels.
•Naturally lit mall spaces hence reduce power consumption of artificial lighting. •Carbon Dioxide sensors to increase the outside air quantities

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CHADSTONE SHOPPING CENTRE, MELBOURNE
•Low energy artificial lighting system with: •LED lighting throughout mall •Daylight and occupancy sensed lighting control

•A highly efficient heating and cooling system with:
•Hot layer removal and night purging systems. •VAV handling plant

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CHADSTONE SHOPPING CENTRE, MELBOURNE

WATER •Rainwater harvesting – 450kL tank connected to 12,000sqm of catchment, rainwater used for irrigation and toilet flushing •Fire service test water recycling

•High efficiency fittings and fixtures with leak detection system
Emissions: •Zero Ozone Depleting Potential (ODP) refrigerant fixtures

•Reduced sewerage emissions through high efficiency fittings and

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CHADSTONE SHOPPING CENTRE, MELBOURNE
Energy Performance

•Overall, 61 per cent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions
compared to a typical retail development, equating to 3200 tonnes CO2/year. •63 per cent reduction in potable water resulting in 13 million liters of water saved every year compared to a typical retail development •Improved indoor environment quality through naturally lit mall

space.

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