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"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects
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"Issues and Challenges Sourcing Sustainable Products and Technologies" - Gary Wilburn, HPW Architects

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  • 1. DESIGN ZERO DRIVE Issues and challenges: sourcing sustainable products & technologies Gary Wilburn Sustainable Construction Network
  • 2. Issues and challenges I It is not only building skills and alternative solutions that are the challenge I Avoiding Greenwash!: can only be understood with knowledge I Human behavior, habits and methodologies need to change, this need not cost money but takes commitment I Embrace the principles of continuous improvement, do not accept convention I Involution: combining innovation and evolution I Proving low energy building performance: Building physics and dynamic modeling
  • 3. There are opportunities in ALL sectors and not always new-build Housing retro-fit challenge (Source BERR 2008) I 80%+ of housing stock in the UK in 2050 already exists I 500,000 houses to be transformed per year at approx £20,000 - 30,000 house for 40 years I 200,000 construction jobs required to support the task I The largest ever UK Engineering Project
  • 4. Sustainable communities: how many opportunities do we want? Community-scale wind turbine Solar shading Green roofing Fuel-cell bus Waste-to-energy plant Maintained ‘eco-system’ Combined heat and power plant Refurbishment existing dwellings Rainwater harvesting District heating network Smart metering Sustainable drainage system Car re-charging High-speed broadband Ground-source heating Zero-carbon dwellings Community recycling There are examples around the world (even in the UK), get out and see them!
  • 5. Sourcing sustainable products & technologies
  • 6. Building Materials Showroom Austria DESIGN ZERO DRIVE
  • 7. Building Materials Showroom Austria DESIGN ZERO DRIVE
  • 8. Case studies: Designing to a higher level
  • 9. Passivhaus School Austria DESIGN ZERO DRIVE
  • 10. Hammarby ‘cradle to cradle’ strategy
  • 11. Hammarby Sjöstad Stockholm DESIGN ZERO DRIVE
  • 12. Hammarby Sjöstad Stockholm DESIGN ZERO DRIVE
  • 13. Hammarby Sjöstad Stockholm DESIGN ZERO DRIVE
  • 14. Hammarby Sjöstad Stockholm DESIGN ZERO DRIVE
  • 15. Hammarby Sjöstad Stockholm DESIGN ZERO DRIVE
  • 16. Passivhaus Construction I Use of bioregionally sourced materials I Manufactured, high quality solution I Off-site modular format I Maximising insulation, minimising energy use I Known technology and construction details
  • 17. Ludesch Community Building Austria DESIGN ZERO DRIVE
  • 18. Wolfort Housing Austria DESIGN ZERO DRIVE
  • 19. Paultons Park New low carbon attraction building Wildflower roof Naturally ventilated indoor play area
  • 20. Paultons Park - Indoor play area DESIGN ZERO DRIVE
  • 21. Equal 1800 1800 1800 Equal 900 1800 1800 900 Equal 1800 1800 1800 Equal f oo dr rve cu c/l window c/l window c/l window cu rv ed be am of ro mezzanine floor WM5 WM6 WM7 ht aig str 0 200 20 Grass & wildflower turf eam on membrane 16 = boards Boards @ 125 ccs 16 = boards Boards @ 125 ccs ed b curv Structural support Shallow profile roof cladding panels Structural support if required if required Gutter profile Gutter profile Kingspan Topspan composite panels Grass & wildflower turf PPC pressed metal profile WG5 Structural support on membrane WG6 flashing to conceal gutter @ each gridline & support beam (7.1m) Shallow profile roof cladding panels 2575 2575 PPC pressed metal profile flashing to conceal gutter wall thickness Rwp & support beam Kingspan Topspan composite panels 2100 2100 Steel column 25 25 circa 900 Timber panels central on window opening Timber panels central on window opening Section through Section through Rwp Steel column south facing eaves north facing eaves 15.66 (Wall construction not shown for clarity) (Wall construction not shown for clarity) NORTH WEST ELEVATION WEST ELEVATION 15.51 15.40 15.85 16 .00 B&K B&K B&K column column column B&K column 15.73 15 .91 15.55 15.53 .89 15 B&K column B&K column 15.74 15.63 15.59 15.54 B&K column 15.67 15 .81 15 .79 B&K column B&K 15.51 column 15.63 15.80 3 .4 15.60 15 .4 2 15 15 Paultons Park - Technical specifications 15.71 .72 15 .71 15.52 7 .3 DESIGN ZERO DRIVE 15
  • 22. Paultons Park - Current site images DESIGN ZERO DRIVE
  • 23. Visitor Centre Taking full advantage of a 54 acre site, HPW created the concept and developed the Visitor Centre to act as a hub for access to: - 26 acre Country park - 6 permanent mazes - Countryside interpretation exhibition - Retail offer A purpose built 4,500 sq.ft. timber framed and clad building. In its countryside setting the centre nestles beneath established trees and oversails two lakes to form a gateway to the visitor attractions and complementary retail operations.
  • 24. Wall sectio E32-01/4 n l ua eq eq ua l 60 Steel beam over (by structural engineer) 0 W19 W18 l to provide top restraint to timber posts ua eq eq ua l W17 00 12 DX3 W20 Type 3 window ar 1200 x 2450 zone 4 cle Located centrally 00 aav & sp 12 12 between glulam beams 00 cle ar staff room DX4 ss sink in 1500 base gully wp & aav 490 70 See studio arc dwg 2650 4900 110-BA01C for setting 70 out 100 1 70 1150 .0 70 2999.99 70 W16 70 Building section .0 1200 E22-01/1 1 W21 office zone 5 900 D6 Type 3 window n 1200 x 2450 ctio Located centrally g se ildin 01/2 750 between glulam beams 100 Bu 2- 355 ic E2 wp & aav D9 zone 3 D8 1294 Bulkhead over 900 125 @ 2100 zone 1 10 equa 00 clea equa l 75 42 r l 50 1200 Bulkhead over 70 eq W6 1000 clear @ 2100 W15 ua l7 DX2 0 500 70 Wal l 100 Bulkhead over E32 sect @ 2100 700 -01/ ion 50 W5 Suspended ceiling over 3 eq eq ua ua l l Beam over 70 @ low level 15 00 Window detail Line of wall over 70 clea E32-01/1 DX5 Bulkhead over r @ 2445 zone 2 mat eq l equa C ua 12 fan Retail 00 l cle l equa ar W14 W4 n ctio 21 80 g se ildin 01/2 45 Bu 14 2- E2 1440 3 0 @ 30 wc 75 100 0 c/ classroom 70 wc cs 900 70 = D7 00 22 svp 115 W7 50 15 900 corridor 1230 Bulkhead over W13 Cubicles to detail wc @ 2100 10 D1 00 900 115 female toilets lobby 1 55 70 1030 D3 D5 radial partition D4 900 D2 1030 Wall detail 250 1000 E32-01/2 70 hd lobby 2 W12 r clea 70 & & top 1500 clear vanit whbs top 50 vanit whbs 12 W3 ory ory hd 3 No 3 No 2 No 1240 2218 W E3 2 urinals male toilets all -0 W8 disabled se 1/4 Cubicle cti DX1 hd toilet W11 on to detail 70 790 gully gully 495 70 re W1 W2 300 70 aav & sp W10 W9 1825 70 1835 Building section E22-01/1 1475 ring beam dotted to illustrate door frame 1100 bottom panel to reception building windows to be obscure glazed to hpw specification Curved edge trim to roof to detail Roof finish to design Roof membrane 18mm Sterling board Curved galvanised edge beam on Roof finish build up to detail 102 x 50 battens curved timber fascia 11mm Sterling board Drainage to be determined 220 Glulam beams chamferred 50 10 Curved flashing to 300 glulam 300 glulam top of cladding Exposed radial glulam beams 50 Glulam beam tapered at perimeter 250 Curved galvanised edge beam Edge steel by Fordingbridge. Insulation & ceiling boards continues 1650 Circular galvanised collar Painted finish General roof make up: Internal boarding above all 1750 doors Vertical timber boarding above door to u/side of Internal boarding above door Roof finish build up to detail Green roof on waterproof membrane on Umbrella support by Fordingbridge set out as plan (right) to cover door head Insulation to both sides of ring beam 235 insulation on glulam beams to be set in by 55mm to cover 300 vapour barrier on door frame at head Vapour barrier Insulation to provide U=<0.25 1491 NTS Curved galvanised edge beam on 18mm Sterling board 102 x 50 battens 18mm sterlingboard decking on Air curtain over door Door frame over shown curved timber fascia 11mm Sterling board Outer skin: Drainage to be determined timber joists on fixed through boarding dotted Curved cladding as specified on 50 x 25 vertical treated sw counter battens on glulam beams onto timber bearers External boarding to soffits and Fordingbridge curved angle 120 130 Curved timber cladding rails breathable sarking felt on reveals to line up with outside 50 between window posts 1205 10 15 air gap Circular timber casing to metal post covered with floor mat 50 x 50 vertical sw battens fixed to face of window bead 360 glulam T & G boarding to soffit of external roof 76.265 Curved galvanised infil panel between 100 deep curved sheeting rails @ 1000 c/cs 5 tolerance External soffit level 76.225 Detail as right glulam beams. 15mm air gap at top edge 76.225 Back corner of door frame set 40 Curved flashing to top of boards on back corner of steel post steel 750 75.910 Silicone pointing to window head Insulation: 25 10mm gap External timber boarding returned at window reveal. Outside of boarding to Soffit board shaped to curve (width varies) 12mm gap Depth of steel by Fordingbridge 100 rockwool quilt between cladding rails 55 line up with outside face of glazing bead. Shape at base to cill Jablite board between 50 x 50 vertical sw battens 4241 Timber double glazed windows 125x25 vertical sw boarding Internal board to return 4241 NTS at window reveal Treated sw battens (provisional 50x32) screw fixed Outer skin: Treated sw counterbattens (provisional 50 x 50) screw fixed Vertical timber boards 25mm thick on Sterling board internal finish 10mm drainage gap Window head to 1200 1210 Breathable sarking felt E32-01/3 Timber soffit above shown 50 x 32 horizontal treated sw battens on between sarking felt Insulation Vapour barrier with sealed taped joints Integrated timber cill 50 x 50 vertical treated sw counter battens on Aluminium threshold fixed to External timber boarding returned at and timber soffit perimeter angle 2790 structural 2400 x 1200 boards laid 75 x 25 timber battens window reveal. Outside of boarding to line up with outside face of glazing bead. landscape breathable sarking felt on 9mm Sterling Board to take curve of wall, Shape at base to cill All window / door posts to be 100 x 50 vertical sw battens Plan @ entrance Edge of perimeter angle fixed with cups & screws in pattern, INSULATED with injected foam finish to match boards. 75 x 50 vertical counter batten set to take external boarding 2750 2445 opening Silicone bead to perimeter of boarding where in contact with window frame. 2750 2750 Colour : best match for stain colour Inner skin: 9mm Sterlingboards on vapour barrier 10mm gap on 25 x 75 sw battens Sizes & spacings of treated sw battens by structural engineer Silicone pointing Internal board to return Treated timber retaining wall Width of windows: 1200; 915 at window reveal n posts 915 betwee 1200 or Soffit over dotted Window detail E32-01/1 1205 All 100x100 RHS post to be INSULATED with injected foam Floor construction: 75mm floor finish (varies in type) on 125x25 vertical sw boarding 150 conc slab (by engineer) Curved timber sole plate & cladding rails Treated sw battens (provisional 50x32) screw fixed Insulation Damp proof membrane 200 x 100 curved steel Landing 1 in 60 fall 125 x 25 timber external vertical boarding Sand blinding Treated 50 x 50 sw counterbattens screw fixed Timber double glazed windows DOT type 1 angle by Fordingbridge Breathable sarking felt 5 tolerance Boarding to window reveal trimmed to window cill and sealed with polysulphide Insulation strip 73.475 Vapour barrier with sealed taped joints 73.475 Timber decking by Dobbies 73.475 73.475 25 25 9mm Sterling Board to take curve of wall, 75 75 400 overall fixed with cups & screws in pattern, 10 finish to match boards. Curved 200 x 100 galvanised Damp proof membrane behind steel 150 150 angle 400 Dpm to edge of concrete Coursing block to act as shutter 750 Decking support provisional Decking support provisional Decking provisional 150 150 150 525 450 72.925 provisional 72.925 10mm shadow gap between boards. Face of mullion painted black 72.725 72.725 Vertical softwood mullions Floor: (To Wedgewoods specification) For description see detail E32-01/4 100mm deep, width to suit span Approximate existing ground level Wall section E32-01/4 Foundations by structural engineer 175 powerfloated concrete floor on Wall section E32-01/3 Kingspan insulation board on Wall detail E32-01/2 dpm on sand blinding on 150 mintype 1 Ramp Atherstone Visitors Centre - Concept and construction details DESIGN ZERO DRIVE
  • 25. Atherstone Visitors Centre - Site images DESIGN ZERO DRIVE
  • 26. Bicester Avenue Award-winning flagship for Wyevale group (formerly Blooms) Attention to detail and application of sustainability on a large commercial scheme FSC Timber cladding, low energy lighting, under-floor heating, porous surfacing, rainwater harvesting and SUDS scheme Locally sourced materials and waste management procedures adopted throughout the build process Winner Winner Store Design of the Year Retail Destination of the Year
  • 27. Bicester Avenue - Mall entrance DESIGN ZERO DRIVE
  • 28. Wyevale - Main retail atrium DESIGN ZERO DRIVE
  • 29. Marwell Zoo Kangaroo and Emu house All material found/reclaimed on site As zero carbon as you can get?
  • 30. Rooflights Timber Cladding Profile metal sheet roof cladding Laminated glazing Render Proposed aviary 1400mm staggered 1800mm staggered timber post fence for timber post fence for Timber sections Profile metal sheet emu enclosure kangaroo enclosure Timber Cladding in mesh frame Rooflights roof cladding Render Marwell Zoo - Kangaroo and Emu House DESIGN ZERO DRIVE
  • 31. DESIGN ZERO DRIVE Thank you... any questions? Sustainable Construction Network

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