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  • 1. Workshop  Summaries    [  Nordic  GBC  Conference  31.1.-­‐1.2.2013  Helsinki  ]  
  • 2. Workshop  1:  Sustainable  Office  SOLUTIONS  TO  EDUCATE  AND  INSPIRE  ALL  LEVELS  OF  ORGANISATION  Decision  makers  •  Understanding  change,  that  change  is  happening  and  the  risks  involved  of  not  doing   anything  •  Appeal  their  ambiFon  and  challenge  their  competeFveness  •  Show  them  the  money  •  Help  them  understand  points  with  one-­‐  on-­‐  one  educaFon  •  Give  them  right  tools  the  find  their  soluFons  (make  sure  it  is  the  right  one)    Communicators  •  Involving  the  gate  keepers  is  essenFal  •  Understanding  the  advantage  of  pioneering  •  CommunicaFng  through  stories  and  touching  their  emoFons  •  CreaFng  brand  and  company  culture  •  CommunicaFng  achievements  eg.  savings  and  earnings  •  CommunicaFng  to  those  who  value  sustainable  office  •  Right  message  to  right  people     [  Nordic  GBC  Conference  31.1.-­‐1.2.2013  Helsinki  ]  
  • 3. Workshop  1:  Sustainable  Office  SOLUTIONS  TO  EDUCATE  AND  INSPIRE  ALL  LEVELS  OF  ORGANISATION  Employees  •  Involving  everybody  and  giving  opportunity  to  share  ideas  with  everybody  •  Bring  sustainability  visible  with  conFnuity  and  follow  up  •  Linking  corporate  values  with  added  meaning  to  life  by  sustainability  •  Change  daily  habits!  •  Bring  nature  to  the  office  and  create  room  for  innovaFons    Service  providers  •  Also  they  need  to  be  inspired  and  moFvated!  Criteria  and  demands  are  not  enough!  •  Help  them  find  differenFaFng  factors!  Why  service  providers  not  visibly  present  here?  •  There  is  space  in  the  market!  •  BeVer  service  is  paid  beVer!  •  Be  open  for  new  services  eg.  Green  wall  maintenance  •  Interest  and  commitment  of  the  customer   [  Nordic  GBC  Conference  31.1.-­‐1.2.2013  Helsinki  ]  
  • 4. Workshop  2:  Urban  planning  ISSUES  DISCUSSED  •  End  user  perspecFve  •  CollaboraFon  between  all  the  parFes  •  Process  •  Tools    MAIN  CHALLENGES  &  FURTHER  QUESTIONS  •  How  to  find  out  what  end  users  want  and  need?  •  How  to  involve  all  the  stakeholders  and  collaborate  efficiently?  •  Variety  of  tools/cerFficaFon  systems  that  differ  on  content  •  Does  cerFficaFon  bring  value?    SOLUTIONS  •  Agree  on  common  Nordic  metrics    -­‐  remember  tools  have  a  same  scienFfic  background  •  Use  tools  to  ensure  collaboraFon.  CollaboraFon  comes  first  cerFficaFon  is  secondary    SUCCESS  STORIES  &  SPECIAL  DISCOVERIES  •  Start  with  the  end  user  in  mind  –  how  not  found  a  soluFon  yet       [  Nordic  GBC  Conference  31.1.-­‐1.2.2013  Helsinki  ]  
  • 5. Workshop:  3  &  5:    RenovaQon  ExisQng  Buildings  &  IntegraQve  Design  1.  THE  CHALLENGE  OF  50%  ENERGY  REDUCTION  •  Needs  technological  and  behaviour  related  soluFons  (passive  and  acFve)  •  ConsumpFon  needs  to  be  both  measured  and  displayed  to  the  end-­‐users  •  SoluFons  need  to  go  beyond  building  level  into  the  surrounding  environment    2.  HOW  TO  OVERCOME  THE  FAST  NOs?  •  First  idenFfy  who  are  the  decision-­‐makers  •  Define  and  remind  your  team  what  is  important  –  create  the  big  picture  •  Speak  the  right  language  to  different  stakeholder  groups  •  Prepare  yourself  to  answer  the  fast  NOs  –  idenFfy  the  common  quesFons  •  Be  the  facilitator  –  it  is  needed  in  every  projects  Ø  Follow  the  principles  of  any  sales  strategy      3.  FINDING  THE  RIGHT  BALANCE  (TECHNICAL  &  SPATIAL)  •  Technology  is  over  emphasized  at  Fmes,  old-­‐school  methods  do  sFll  work  •  Measuring  different  elements  than  only  energy  offers  wider  understanding  to  the  impacts  of   different  means  •  Create  and  show  added  value  to  the    end-­‐users  •  Architects  need  to  be  remind  of  the  impact  of  their  work  SUSTAINABILITY  IS  A  QUESTION  OF  STANDARD  OF  LIVING!   [  Nordic  GBC  Conference  31.1.-­‐1.2.2013  Helsinki  ]  
  • 6. Workshop  4:  Sustainable  RenovaQon  in  Finland  ISSUES  DISCUSSED  -­‐  AVAINTEEMAT  •  Knowledge  and  skills  •  New  ways  of  thinking  •  SFcks  and  carrots    MAIN  CHALLENGES  –  KESKEISET  HAASTEET  •  New  ways    of    thinking:  living  ,  working,  mobility  and  energizing  -­‐  boosFng  ∑  quality  Fme   *  compeFFvity    /  ecological  effect  •  Knowledge:  delearnig  and  relearning  •  Reclustering    and  co-­‐operaFon:    real  estate  +  construcFon    +  energy  •  Management  of  change  •  Key    players  (pioneers):  public  authoriFes,  public  and  private  investors,  owners,  tenants,   consultants,  contractors,  energy  service    providers,    ...    SOLUTIONS  -­‐  RATKAISUT  •  BoosFng  open  posiFve  thinking  and  co-­‐operaFon  •  SupporFng  radical  changes       [  Nordic  GBC  Conference  31.1.-­‐1.2.2013  Helsinki  ]  
  • 7. Workshop  6:  Common  Metrics  ISSUES  DISCUSSED   Common  Metrics:  •  Based  on  internaFonal  standards:  CEN  TC  350   •  For  measurement,  not  a  label  with  •  Performance  based     weighFng  factors  •  Life  cycle  approach:  before  /use  /end  /  aher   •  Transparent,  performance  based  •  3  pillars  of  sustainability:  environmental,  social  and  economic   way  to  demonstrate  sustainability  •  Assessment  focus:  (product  /)  building  /  poriolio   of  building  /  poriolio  •  Client  driven  or  regulaFon  driven?   •  Simple  and  cost  effecFve  method  •  NaFonal  selecFon  or  full  list    (a.  40  indicators)  of  indicators   to  be  used  for  evaluaFon  in  large  •  NaFonal  implementaFon  /simplificaFon  of  calculaFon  rules   building  poriolio  •  Uniform  reporFng  method   •  Simplified  methods  for  pracFcal  MAIN  CHALLENGES  &  FURTHER  QUESTIONS   use,  not  a  scienFfic  tool  •  SelecFon  of  indicators:  Full  list  /  Nordic  /  NaFonal  /  Client   •  Full  list:  the  most  comprehensive  evaluaFon,  but  lots  of  work   •  Few  indicators:  easier  for  market  to  understand    •  ImplementaFon  /  simplificaFon  of  calculaFon  rules:  Just  standard  /  Nordic  /  NaFonal  SOLUTIONS  •  Common  metrics  can  be  the  easy  tool  for  designers  to  demonstrate    the  difference  of  various  design  opFons    •  NaFonal  regulaFon  to  set  the  demand  but  not  to  tell  how  to  do  it  •  What  ever  indicators  /  calculaFon  rules  are  selected,  results  need  to  be  presented  transparently  •  Each  client  should  choose  either  to  use  the  full  list  or  a  NORDIC  list  of  indicators  •  We  should  develop  the  NORDIC  implementaFon  and  simplificaFon  rules   •  Nordic  list  and  calculaQon  rules:  same  clients,  climate,  culture  and  regulaQons   [  Nordic  GBC  Conference  31.1.-­‐1.2.2013  Helsinki  ]  
  • 8. Workshop  7:  LEED  Updates  Go-­‐through  of  LEED  Updates    LEED  Nordic  Update  •  120  cerFfied  &  registered  in  Finland  •  105  cerFfied  &  registered  in  Sweden  •  Under  20  in  Denmark  •  Less  in  Norway  and  Iceland  LEED  Swedish  &  Finnish  update  •  LEED  &  BREEAM  steady  growth  •  Miljäbygnad,  high  growth  •  20  %  plaFnum,  69  %  gold  •  Sweden  working  groups  for  LEED,  Energy  and  LEED  Pilot  credits  •  DES  guidance  •  2013  Swedish  compliance  paths       [  Nordic  GBC  Conference  31.1.-­‐1.2.2013  Helsinki  ]  
  • 9. Workshop  7:  LEED  Updates  Go-­‐through  (LEED)    LEED  In  Finland  •  Largest  amount  of  LEED  AP’s  •  FIN  9  %  PlaFnum,    45  %  Gold  à  more  LEED  EBOM  •  ExisFng  buildings    difficulFes   •  Cleaning  chemicals,  energy…  •  2013  standardized  environmental  classificaFon  work  program,  Finnish  compliance  paths,   Regional  priority  credits  EBOM    LEED  v4  updates  •  Coming  Autumn  2013  •  New  systems:  data  centres,  warehouses,  hospitality  •  EBOM:  Schools,  retail,  hospitality,  data  centres,  warehouses  •  New  structure  and  major  material  credit  change  (LCA,  sourcing)       [  Nordic  GBC  Conference  31.1.-­‐1.2.2013  Helsinki  ]  
  • 10. Workshop  7:  LEED  Updates  BD&C  Pilot  Credits  (LEED)  •  Flexibility  design  •  VerFcal  transportaFon  •  Robustness  and  durability  •  Clean  construcFon,  P1  construcFon  cleanness  class    •  Accessibility  &  circulaFon  design  •  Urban  agriculture  •  Quality  external  areas  &  recreaFonal  spaces  •  Shared  ameniFes  &  diverse  use  •  Public  transportaFon  enhancement  •  Water  heaFng  on  demand  •  Building  surface  and  daylight  design  EBOM  Pilot  Credits  (LEED)  •  Social  sustainability  •  Organic  catering  •  Green  lease  •  Green  office  •  Public  transportaFon  educaFon  &  enhancement  •  Business  travel  reducFon     [  Nordic  GBC  Conference  31.1.-­‐1.2.2013  Helsinki  ]