Markus Berchtold, NENA network, Austria: CESBA and its use in the Austrian region Vorarlberg

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Markus Berchtold, NENA network, Austria: CESBA and its use in the Austrian region Vorarlberg

  1. 1. This project is implemented through the CENTRAL EUROPE Programme co-financed by the ERDF. CESBA and its use in the Austrian region of Vorarlberg (NENA, Markus Berchtold-Domig, 13.03.2014)
  2. 2. I CESBA – Common European Sustainable Building Assessment II Building culture in Vorarlberg / Austria III Buildings examples IV NENA / CESBA – Next steps TABLE OF CONTENTS
  3. 3. I CESBA – Common European Sustainable Building Assessment Roots of CESBA • The building sector is a cornerstone of EU policy targets • Plethora and mismatch of building regulations • Nearly 100 different building assessment systems in Europe
  4. 4. I CESBA – Common European Sustainable Building Assessment
  5. 5. I CESBA – Common European Sustainable Building Assessment Roots of CESBA • 2009 Project ENERBUILD-Tool, 2011 Project CEC5-Tool • 2011 starting an European bottom up exchange process • 2011 October: conference in Brussels with actors from different EU- projects ==> need for harmonization • 2012 October 1st CESBA conference in Brussels ==> path for CESBA • 2013 October 2nd CESBA Sprint workshop in Vorarlberg ==> „Preparation of CESBA guide and CESBA Statement“ • 2014 July 1st 3rd CESBA Sprint worskhop in Turin ==> „Expanding CESBA“
  6. 6. 1. The user first! 2. Sustainability 3. Regional Contextualization 4. Comparability 5. Mass-oriented 6. Simple to use 7. Open source 8. Co-creation 9. Transparence I CESBA – Common European Sustainable Building Assessment 9 CESBA Principles on Building Assessment
  7. 7. I CESBA – Common European Sustainable Building Assessment CESBA Cycle
  8. 8. I CESBA – Common European Sustainable Building Assessment Indicators for a generic tool KPI on Building Scale •Non-renewable primary energy use •Renewable primary energy use •CO2 emissions •Indoor air quality •Thermal comfort •Building life cycle costs •Reused or recycled materials •Water consumption •Solid waste •User involvement •Monitoring and optimization of operation KPI on Neighbourhood Scale •Process and planning quality •Participation and management of neighbourhood •Total primary energy use and renewable primary energy use •Exploitation of local renewable resources (wind, biomass, sun light) •Water management •Social and functional diversity •Access to public transport •Connection to existing infrastructure •Life cycle costs •Cost development of building and the neighbourhood KPI for European Macro Regions •Local materials (all regions) •Biodiversity (all regions) •Water for irrigation (Mediterranean area) •etc.
  9. 9. I CESBA – Common European Sustainable Building Assessment
  10. 10. II Building culture in Vorarlberg / Austria
  11. 11. „Having scoured the globe we were unanimous in our decision to name Vorarlberg as the most progressive part of the planet when it comes to new architecture“ wallpaper, September 2000 "Vorarlberg was, is and could serve as a laboratory, research institution for the architecture in Europe. “ Marie-Helene Contal, Deputy Director of the French Architecture Institute, February 2002 II Building culture in Vorarlberg / Austria Feedback from abroad
  12. 12. Inhabitants: ca. 370.000 (growing) Area: 2.601 km² (living area: 603 km²) Municipalities: 96 Export: 50,6% Unemployment rate: 5,6 % Annual new buildings: approx. 1.000 buildings with approx. 3.000 flats II Building culture in Vorarlberg / Austria Key figures Vorarlberg
  13. 13. II Building culture in Vorarlberg / Austria Settlement area
  14. 14. II Building culture in Vorarlberg / Austria Vorarlberger Building School - History early success: Baroque Master Builder, high building culture in the valleys from 1960, first phase: Islands of political and cultural opposition from 1980, second phase: Extension of the field of work on commercial and public buildings from 1990, third phase: building culture is regional mission statement Today: Scene, laboratory of architecture
  15. 15. II Building culture in Vorarlberg / Austria First phase of Vorarlberg building school Haus Wäger, Rudolf Wäger, 1964
  16. 16. II Building culture in Vorarlberg / Austria First phase of Vorarlberg building school Residental complex Ölzbündt, Hermann Kaufmann, 1997
  17. 17. II Building culture in Vorarlberg / Austria Scene Frauenmuseum Hittisau, Cukrowicz.Nachbauer Architektur, 2001
  18. 18. II Building culture in Vorarlberg / Austria Scene Haus Innfeld, Dietrich/ Unter- trifaller, 1999
  19. 19. II Building culture in Vorarlberg / Austria Regional values (http://geert-hofstede.com)
  20. 20. II Building culture in Vorarlberg / Austria Regional values (http://geert-hofstede.com) 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 Sweden Norway Latvia Iceland Netherlands Denmark Lithuania Slovenia Finland Estonia Portugal Russia Bulgaria Croatia Romania Spain France Turkey Egypt Malta Brazil Luxembourg Belgium India CzechRepublic Greece Australia UnitedKingdom UnitedStates Poland Germany China Ireland Italy Switzerland Austria Albania Hungary Slovakia Masculinity
  21. 21. II Building culture in Vorarlberg / Austria Development of the state ÖVP (peoples party, conservative) 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 1945 1949 1954 1959 1964 1969 1974 1979 1984 1989 1994 1999 2004 2009 ÖVP results of state elections Vorarlberg Green party enters with 13 %
  22. 22. II Building culture in Vorarlberg / Austria
  23. 23. II Building culture in Vorarlberg / Austria
  24. 24. • 2007 Initiation of a broad process Energy Autonomy Vorarlberg • 2009 Unanimous decision of all 4 parliament parties: energy autonomy on state level until 2050 • 2011 Unanimous decision of all 4 parliament parties: 101 grandchildren suitable measures • 2012 Execution of tasks, projects…=> Building pass for public buildings (KGA) II Building culture in Vorarlberg / Austria Energy autonomy Vorarlberg
  25. 25. II Building culture in Vorarlberg / Austria Building pass for public buildings (KGA) Since 2000 Eco-guideline for planning and construction of buildings 2005 – 2008 „eco-construction and procurement in the lake of Constance region“ Since 2006 Advisory service „sustainable construction for public buildings in Vorarlberg“ Interreg IIIB project NENA Since 2009 Development of a „building pass for public buildings (certification)“ Interreg IVB-project „Enerbuild“ 2010 Creation of 6 certification bodies, pretesting of the tool with 9 buildings
  26. 26. II Building culture in Vorarlberg / Austria KGA Vorarlberg 2010 - 2011 Testing of 48 buildings on ENERBUILD- standard together with 9 ENERBUILD partner regions Since 2011 KGA-tool (regional adoption of CESBA generic tool) for assessment of public buildings on community level for state subsidies (up to 8% of the construction costs) In 2015 standardized application of KGA-tool for all public buildings on community and on state level
  27. 27. • Strengthen the ecological building method • Quality management in public buildings • Quality assurance document • Advisory service for municipalities • Control of subsidies • Reasons for municipalities to take part are: - 1st financial - 2nd appreciation II Building culture in Vorarlberg / Austria Goals KGA Vorarlberg
  28. 28. Nursery School Bizau (finished) III Buildings examples
  29. 29. IV NENA / CESBA – Next steps Nursery School Bizau (finished)
  30. 30. IV NENA / CESBA – Next steps Nursery School Bizau (finished) ENERBUILD-Tool 19th of May 2010 Criteria A Qualityof locationand facilities max. 100 50 A 1 Access to public transport network 50 20 A 2 Ecological quality of site 50 30 B Process and planning quality max. 200 200 B 1 Decision making and determination of goals 25 15 B 2 Formulation of verifiable objectives for energetic and ecological measures M 20 20 B 3 Standardized calculation of the economic efficiency M 40 35 B 4 Product-management - Use of low-emission products 60 60 B 5 Planning support for energetic optimization 60 60 B 6 Information for users 25 25 C Energy& Utilities (Passive house) max. 350 264 C 1 Specific heating demand (PHPP) M 100 84 C 2 Specific cooling demand (PHPP) M 100 50 C 3 Primary energy demand (PHPP) M 125 100 C 4 CO2-emissions (PHPP) 50 30 D Healthand Comfort max. 250 60 D 1 Thermal comfort in summer 150 0 D 2 Ventilation - non energetic aspects 50 50 D 3 Daylight optimized (+ lightening optimized) 50 10 E Building materials and construction max. 200 174 E 1 OI3TGH-lc ecological index of the thermal building envelope (respectively OI3 of the total mass of the building) 200 174 max. 1000 748 Title Points Sum Nr. max. points Must criteria (M); Minimum standard Kriterien Kommunalgebäudeausweis Vorarlberg
  31. 31. Social Centre Rankweil Klosterreben III Buildings examples
  32. 32. Social Centre Rankweil Klosterreben III Buildings examples
  33. 33. Social Centre Rankweil Klosterreben III Buildings examples
  34. 34. IV NENA / CESBA – Next steps Social Centre Rankweil Klosterreben 19th of May 2010 Criteria A Quality of location and facilities max. 100 84 A 1 Access to public transport network 50 48 A 2 Ecological quality of site 50 36 B Process and planning quality max. 200 155 B 1 Decision making and determination of goals 25 0 B 2 Formulation of verifiable objectives for energetic and ecological measures M 20 20 B 3 Standardized calculation of the economic efficiency M 40 30 B 4 Product-management - Use of low-emission products 60 60 B 5 Planning support for energetic optimization 60 20 B 6 Information for users 25 25 C Energy & Utilities (Passive house) max. 350 191 C 1 Specific heating demand (PHPP) M 100 40 C 2 Specific cooling demand (PHPP) M 100 73 C 3 Primary energy demand (PHPP) M 125 68 C 4 CO2-emissions (PHPP) 50 10 D Health and Comfort max. 250 115 D 1 Thermal comfort in summer 150 65 D 2 Ventilation - non energetic aspects 50 40 D 3 Daylight optimized (+ lightening optimized) 50 10 E Building materials and construction max. 200 148 E 1 OI3TGH-lc ecological index of the thermal building envelope (respectively OI3 of the total mass of the building) 200 148 max. 1000 693 max. points Must criteria (M); Minimum standard Title Points Sum Nr.
  35. 35. Community Centre Thüringerberg III Buildings examples
  36. 36. Community Centre Thüringerberg III Buildings examples
  37. 37. IV NENA / CESBA – Next steps Community Centre Thüringerberg ENERBUILD-Tool 19th of May 2010 Criteria A Quality of location and facilities max. 100 60 A 1 Access to public transport network 50 12 A 2 Ecological quality of site 50 48 B Process and planning quality max. 200 180 B 1 Decision making and determination of goals 25 15 B 2 Formulation of verifiable objectives for energetic and ecological measures M 20 20 B 3 Standardized calculation of the economic efficiency M 40 30 B 4 Product-management - Use of low-emission products 60 60 B 5 Planning support for energetic optimization 60 30 B 6 Information for users 25 25 C Energy & Utilities (Passive house) max. 350 324 C 1 Specific heating demand (PHPP) M 100 100 C 2 Specific cooling demand (PHPP) M 100 49 C 3 Primary energy demand (PHPP) M 125 125 C 4 CO2-emissions (PHPP) 50 50 D Health and Comfort max. 250 105 D 1 Thermal comfort in summer 150 65 D 2 Ventilation - non energetic aspects 50 40 D 3 Daylight optimized (+ lightening optimized) 50 0 E Building materials and construction max. 200 184 E 1 OI3TGH-lc ecological index of the thermal building envelope (respectively OI3 of the total mass of the building) 200 184 max. 1000 853 max. points Must criteria (M); Minimum standard Title Points Sum Nr. Kriterien Kommunalgebäudeausweis Vorarlberg
  38. 38. Community Centre St. Gerold (finished) III Buildings examples
  39. 39. Community Centre St. Gerold (finished) III Buildings examples
  40. 40. Community Centre St. Gerold (finished) III Buildings examples
  41. 41. Community Centre St. Gerold Criteria A Quality of location and facilities max. 100 47 A 1 Access to public transport network 50 12 A 2 Ecological quality of site 50 35 B Process and planning quality max. 200 200 B 1 Decision making and determination of goals 25 25 B 2 Formulation of verifiable objectives for energetic and ecological measures M 20 20 B 3 Standardized calculation of the economic efficiency M 40 35 B 4 Product-management - Use of low-emission products 60 60 B 5 Planning support for energetic optimization 60 60 B 6 Information for users 25 25 C Energy & Utilities (Passive house) max. 350 350 C 1 Specific heating demand (PHPP) M 100 100 C 2 Specific cooling demand (PHPP) M 100 100 C 3 Primary energy demand (PHPP) M 125 125 C 4 CO2-emissions (PHPP) 50 50 D Health and Comfort max. 250 155 D 1 Thermal comfort in summer 150 65 D 2 Ventilation - non energetic aspects 50 40 D 3 Daylight optimized (+ lightening optimized) 50 50 E Building materials and construction max. 200 194 E 1 OI3TGH-lc ecological index of the thermal building envelope (respectively OI3 of the total mass of the building) 200 194 max. 1000 946 Title Points Sum Nr. max. points Must criteria (M); Minimum standard III Buildings examples
  42. 42. Life Cyle Tower – LCT One III Buildings examples
  43. 43. Life Cyle Tower – LCT One III Buildings examples
  44. 44. Life Cyle Tower III Buildings examples
  45. 45. Community Centre Lorüns III Buildings examples
  46. 46. Community Centre Lorüns III Buildings examples
  47. 47. Primary school Doren (Refurbishment) III Buildings examples
  48. 48. Primary school Doren (Refurbishment) III Buildings examples
  49. 49. Primary School Doren (New part) III Buildings examples
  50. 50. Primary School Doren (New part) III Buildings examples
  51. 51. Primary school Doren (Refurbishment) III Buildings examples
  52. 52. NENA Network • Founded 2008, 10 members + expert members • Innovation Network: Development of new projects and project applications • Competence Network: International network of experts in the field of innovation management, regional management and spatial planning, ecology and energy efficient buildings • Implementation network: Coaching and realization of projects; Moderation of projects and workshops IV NENA / CESBA – Next steps
  53. 53. 3rd CESBA Sprint worskhop in Turin „Expanding CESBA“ IV NENA / CESBA – Next steps MO 30th June TUE 1st July WED 2nd July 09:00 CESBA Sprint Workshop  Strengthening local economy: SME opportunities  Framework for public administrations  Latest European research and new common projects  Roadmap for assessment harmonization VISIBLE SG-Meeting (Reflections on CESBA sprint workshop)10:00 11:00 12:00 13:00 14:00 15:00 16:00 17:00 18:00 Dinner Dinner 19:00 20:00 NENA Assembly Development of common project applications 21:00
  54. 54. www.CESBA.eu www.nena-network.eu Thank you for your attention!

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