CONSTRUCTION JOURNEY
GREEN ONE
5 star
GRIHA
rated
project
SUSTAINABLE SITE PLANNING METHODS
TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION
Reducing hard paving and
using grass pavers instead
Water bodie...
PASSIVE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
STRATEGIES
The project has green roofs in
the form of terrace gardens.
Clay pots installed on...
Fenestration design to reduce heat gain has been incorporated. Deeply
recessed balconies is used by using glass of low SHG...
EFFICIENT LIGHTING AND APPLIANCES USED TO REDUCE THE ENERGY
CONSUMPTION
Criteria 4: Design of efficient artificial lightin...
PRE-CONSTRUCTION
• Building materials have
been well thought about
• Recycled building
materials such as fly ash
bricks ha...
Criteria 7: Use of Renewable Energy
RENEWABLE ENERGY DESIGN
STRATEGY
4kWP solar photovoltaic panels and solar water heater...
Low flow fixtures
Native flora have been used
to reduce the building and
landscape water demand
WATER CONSERVATION STRATEG...
RECYCLING
• Generation of manure from
organic waste through
installation of ‘Daily Dump
composter’.
• Waster water is recy...
GREEN ONE VIDEO
Have a tour in this wonderful green home.
http://sites.ndtv.com/missionenergy/video-details-
page/314612/
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Green One: A construction journey for understanding the green initiatives that can be taken to become a high performance building

  1. 1. CONSTRUCTION JOURNEY GREEN ONE 5 star GRIHA rated project
  2. 2. SUSTAINABLE SITE PLANNING METHODS TAKEN INTO CONSIDERATION Reducing hard paving and using grass pavers instead Water bodies to help control the heat. Criteria 1: Reduce UHIE (Urban heat island effect) and maintain native vegetation on sit • 74% of the total open area onsite is soft paved. • The project has water bodies which leads to positive affect on the spaces surrounding them during peak summer months.
  3. 3. PASSIVE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STRATEGIES The project has green roofs in the form of terrace gardens. Clay pots installed on the roof for insulation. Criteria 2: Adopt passive architectural design strategies
  4. 4. Fenestration design to reduce heat gain has been incorporated. Deeply recessed balconies is used by using glass of low SHGC Day-lit area-54.72% of the total living area falls under day lit zone, reducing the energy consumption by 62.27% Criteria 3: Good window designs to reduce direct heat gain and glare, while maximizing daylight PASSIVE ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STRATEGIES
  5. 5. EFFICIENT LIGHTING AND APPLIANCES USED TO REDUCE THE ENERGY CONSUMPTION Criteria 4: Design of efficient artificial lighting systems EFFICIENT ENERGY USE
  6. 6. PRE-CONSTRUCTION • Building materials have been well thought about • Recycled building materials such as fly ash bricks have been used for the building. Criteria 5: Design of building envelope to reduce overall heat gain.
  7. 7. Criteria 7: Use of Renewable Energy RENEWABLE ENERGY DESIGN STRATEGY 4kWP solar photovoltaic panels and solar water heaters of 400 LPD capacity have been installed to cater to the energy consumption of the building.
  8. 8. Low flow fixtures Native flora have been used to reduce the building and landscape water demand WATER CONSERVATION STRATEGY Criteria 8: Reduction in building and landscape water demands
  9. 9. RECYCLING • Generation of manure from organic waste through installation of ‘Daily Dump composter’. • Waster water is recycled and reused through a root zone treatment facility on the roof. Criteria 10: Generate resource from waste
  10. 10. GREEN ONE VIDEO Have a tour in this wonderful green home. http://sites.ndtv.com/missionenergy/video-details- page/314612/

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