SlideShare #19 Last updated 2014 09 10 
EN16309 
Sustainability of construction works – Assessment of 
the social performa...
General procedure 
of 
the sustainability assessment of buildings 
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English Version 
EUROPEAN STANDARD 
NORME EUROPÉENNE 
EUROPÄISCHE NORM 
EN 15643-3 
January 2012 
Sustainability of con...
CEN TC350 standards 
for sustainability assessment 
• not for 
designing an object 
• for assessing the 
performance of 
a...
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Assessment requires first: 
• a good DESCRIPTION 
of the object of assessment 
• specifying the SCENARIOS 
for all life...
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Concept of Sustainability Assessment 
Sustainability Assessment 
ENV SOC ECON 
assessed object 
+ 
Designed Solution or...
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Concept of Sustainability Assessment 
Sustainability Assessment 
ENV SOC ECON 
assessed object 
+ 
Designed Solution or...
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Concept of Sustainability Assessment 
Sustainability Assessment 
ENV SOC ECON 
assessed object 
+ 
Designed Solution or...
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Concept of Sustainability Assessment 
Sustainability Assessment 
ENV SOC ECON 
assessed object 
+ 
Designed Solution or...
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Concept of Sustainability Assessment 
Sustainability Assessment 
ENV, SOC, ECON 
demands from 
ENV SOC ECON 
Designed ...
Building life cycle information 
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Information module 
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Benefits and loads beyond the 
system boundary 
BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION 
B2 B3 B4 B5 
B 6 Operational Energy us...
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Benefits and loads beyond the 
system boundary 
SOCIAL PERFORMANCE 
BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION 
USE STAGE 
B2 B3 B...
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Benefits and loads beyond the 
system boundary 
SOCIAL PERFORMANCE 
BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION 
USE STAGE 
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Concept of Sustainability Assessment 
Benefits and loads beyond the 
system boundary 
SOCIAL PERFORMANCE 
BUILDING ASSE...
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Benefits and loads beyond the 
system boundary 
SOCIAL PERFORMANCE 
BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION 
USE STAGE 
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Benefits and loads beyond the 
system boundary 
SOCIAL PERFORMANCE 
BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION 
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Aspects of social performance of a building 
• Accessibility 
• Health and Comfort 
• Safety and Security 
• Adaptability ...
The checklist approach 
• aspects and indicators of social performance are 
difficult to quantify in figures 
• therefore ...
The checklist approach 
• aspects and indicators of social performance are 
difficult to quantify in figures 
• therefore ...
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B1 
use 
B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 
maintenance 
repair 
replacement 
refurbishment 
operational energy 
operational water use...
description and specifications of the scenario for B1 are part 
of the building’s social performance assessment 
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B1 
u...
Aspects of social performance of the building 
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the building 
facilitating its use 
operating processes serving and/or ...
building-related aspects for the fabric 
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Accessibility 
Access to building services 
Accessibility for people with spe...
building-related aspects for the fabric 
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building-related aspects for the fabric 
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Accessibility 
Access to building services 
Accessibility for people with spe...
building-related aspects for the fabric 
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Safety and Security 
Resistance to climate change 
Accidental actions (earthq...
user- and control system-related aspects 
relevant for the operation of the building 
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user- and control system-related aspects 
relevant for the operation of the building 
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Health & Comfort 
Thermal comfor...
user- and control system-related aspects 
relevant for the operation of the building 
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EN16309 
clause: 7.4.2.2 
clause...
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Benefits and loads beyond the 
system boundary 
SOCIAL PERFORMANCE 
BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION 
USE STAGE 
B2 B3 B...
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Benefits and loads beyond the 
system boundary 
SOCIAL PERFORMANCE 
BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION 
USE STAGE 
B2 B3 B...
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B1 
use 
B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 
maintenance 
repair 
replacement 
refurbishment 
operational energy 
operational water use...
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B1 
use 
B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 
maintenance 
repair 
replacement 
refurbishment 
operational energy 
operational water use...
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B1 
use 
B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 
maintenance 
repair 
replacement 
refurbishment 
operational energy 
operational water use...
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B1 
use 
B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 
maintenance 
repair 
replacement 
refurbishment 
operational energy 
operational water use...
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for example: 
thermal comfort in using the building 
USE STAGE Information module : B1 USE
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B1 
use 
B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 
maintenance 
repair 
replacement 
refurbishment 
operational energy 
operational water use...
Specifications of the scenario for B1 are part of the building’s social 
performance 
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B1 
use 
B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 
main...
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B1 
use 
B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 
maintenance 
repair 
replacement 
refurbishment 
operational energy 
operational water use...
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B1 
use 
B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 
maintenance 
repair 
replacement 
refurbishment 
operational energy 
operational water use...
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B1 
use 
B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 
maintenance 
repair 
replacement 
refurbishment 
operational energy 
operational water use...
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B1 
use 
B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 
maintenance 
repair 
replacement 
refurbishment 
operational energy 
operational water use...
Start 
assessment 
of aspect 
Is the aspect relevant for 
the design of the object of 
assessment? 
Follow the methodology...
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B1 Report in a checklist
report on 
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Describe 
measures that 
have been 
taken 
Justify INA Justify 
Report obtained 
performance and 
reference...
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B1 
use 
B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 
maintenance 
repair 
replacement 
refurbishment 
operational energy 
operational water use...
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B1 
use 
B1 
B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 
maintenance 
repair 
replacement 
refurbishment 
operational energy 
operational water...
and with the defined scenario to B1 
building USE 
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EN16309 
clause: 7.4.2.2 
clause: 7.4.3.2 
clause: 7.4.5.2 
• opera...
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B1 
use 
B1 
B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 
maintenance 
repair 
replacement 
refurbishment 
operational energy 
operational water...
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B1 
use 
B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 
maintenance 
repair 
replacement 
refurbishment 
operational energy 
operational water use...
SOC. ASS. EN16309 
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B1 
use 
B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 
maintenance 
repair 
replacement 
refurbishment 
operational energy 
op...
B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 
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use 
health comfort 
Use stage 
health comfort 
Health & Comfort 
Thermal co...
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ECON. ASS. EN16627 
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B1 
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B1 
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The CEN standard EN16309 will define the methodology for assessing the social performance of a building. The standard is still in development and will be submitted for Formal Vote in the course of 2013
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  1. 1. SlideShare #19 Last updated 2014 09 10 EN16309 Sustainability of construction works – Assessment of the social performance of buildings – Methodology CEN TC 350 WG5 1
  2. 2. General procedure of the sustainability assessment of buildings 2
  3. 3. 3 English Version EUROPEAN STANDARD NORME EUROPÉENNE EUROPÄISCHE NORM EN 15643-3 January 2012 Sustainability of construction works — Assessment of buildings — Part 3: Framework for the assessment of social performance ICS 91.040.01 Contribution des ouvrages de construction au développement durable - Évaluation des bâtiments - Partie 3: Cadre méthodologique pour l'évaluation de la performance sociale Nachhaltigkeit von Bauwerken - Bewertung der Nachhaltigkeit von Gebäuden - Teil 3: Rahmenbedingungen für die Bewertung der sozialen Qualität EN16309 : within the framework EN15643-3, EN16309 will provide the methodology for “measuring” the social performance of buildings
  4. 4. CEN TC350 standards for sustainability assessment • not for designing an object • for assessing the performance of a designed or of an existing building 4
  5. 5. 5 Assessment requires first: • a good DESCRIPTION of the object of assessment • specifying the SCENARIOS for all life cycle stages and “processes” object of assessment
  6. 6. 6 Concept of Sustainability Assessment Sustainability Assessment ENV SOC ECON assessed object + Designed Solution or Existing Building technical characteristics functionality Functional Equivalent: Technical and Functional Requirements communication of: Functional Requirements to the building the assessed indicators on ENV, SOC, ECON demands from clients brief and/or regulations Environmental, Social, Economic Requirements to the building Client's brief, requirements Regulations Requirements Technical Requirements to the building ECON ---- ---- ---- SOC ---- ---- ---- ENV ---- ---- ---- declared technical and functional performances of the assessed object functional equivalent Concept of the sustainability assessment EN16309. fig 1
  7. 7. 7 Concept of Sustainability Assessment Sustainability Assessment ENV SOC ECON assessed object + Designed Solution or Existing Building technical characteristics functionality Functional Equivalent: Technical and Functional Requirements communication of: Functional Requirements to the building the assessed indicators on ENV, SOC, ECON demands from clients brief and/or regulations Environmental, Social, Economic Requirements to the building Client's brief, requirements Regulations Requirements Technical Requirements to the building ECON ---- ---- ---- SOC ---- ---- ---- ENV ---- ---- ---- declared technical and functional performances of the assessed object functional equivalent Concept of the sustainability assessment client’s brief demand and regulations EN16309. fig 1
  8. 8. 8 Concept of Sustainability Assessment Sustainability Assessment ENV SOC ECON assessed object + Designed Solution or Existing Building technical characteristics functionality Functional Equivalent: Technical and Functional Requirements communication of: Functional Requirements to the building the assessed indicators on ENV, SOC, ECON demands from clients brief and/or regulations Environmental, Social, Economic Requirements to the building Client's brief, requirements Regulations Requirements Technical Requirements to the building ECON ---- ---- ---- SOC ---- ---- ---- ENV ---- ---- ---- declared technical and functional performances of the assessed object functional equivalent Concept of the sustainability assessment supply demand architect’s or designer’s solution client’s brief and regulations EN16309. fig 1
  9. 9. 9 Concept of Sustainability Assessment Sustainability Assessment ENV SOC ECON assessed object + Designed Solution or Existing Building technical characteristics functionality Functional Equivalent: Technical and Functional Requirements communication of: Functional Requirements to the building the assessed indicators on ENV, SOC, ECON demands from clients brief and/or regulations Environmental, Social, Economic Requirements to the building Client's brief, requirements Regulations Requirements Technical Requirements to the building ECON ---- ---- ---- SOC ---- ---- ---- ENV ---- ---- ---- declared technical and functional performances of the assessed object functional equivalent DESCRIPTION of the object of assessment EN16309. fig 1
  10. 10. 10 Concept of Sustainability Assessment Sustainability Assessment ENV, SOC, ECON demands from ENV SOC ECON Designed Solution or Existing Building technical characteristics assessed object clients brief and/or regulations + Designed Solution or Existing Building technical characteristics functionality Functional Equivalent: Technical and Functional Requirements communication of: Functional Requirements to the building the assessed indicators on ENV, SOC, ECON demands from clients brief and/or regulations Environmental, Social, Economic Requirements to the building Client's brief, requirements Regulations Requirements Technical Requirements to the building ECON ---- ---- ---- SOC ---- ---- ---- ENV ---- ---- ---- declared technical and functional performances of the assessed object functional equivalent functionality Functional Equivalent: Technical and Functional Requirements ---- ---- ---- declared technical and functional performances of the assessed object functional equivalent DESCRIPTION of the object of assessment EN16309. fig 1
  11. 11. Building life cycle information per Information module 11
  12. 12. D Benefits and loads beyond the system boundary BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION B2 B3 B4 B5 B 6 Operational Energy use A4 A5 B 7 Operational Water use C1 C2 C3 C4 BUILDING LIFE CYCLE INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION BEYOND THE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE A1 - 3 A4 - 5 B1 - 7 C1 - 4 PRODUCT STAGE CONSTRUCTION PROCESS USE STAGE END OF LIFE STAGE Raw Material Supply Transport Manufacturing Transport Construction - Installation process Deconstruction Transport Waste processing for reuse, recovery or and recycling Disposal Reuse - Recovery - Recycling - potential A1-A3 Refurbishment B1 Use Maintenance Repair Replacement
  13. 13. D Benefits and loads beyond the system boundary SOCIAL PERFORMANCE BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION USE STAGE B2 B3 B4 B5 B 6 Operational Energy use A4 A5 B 7 Operational Water use C1 C2 C3 C4 BUILDING LIFE CYCLE INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION BEYOND THE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE A1 - 3 A4 - 5 B1 - 7 C1 - 4 PRODUCT STAGE CONSTRUCTION PROCESS USE STAGE END OF LIFE STAGE Raw Material Supply Transport Manufacturing Transport Construction - Installation process Deconstruction Transport Waste processing for reuse, recovery or and recycling Disposal Reuse - Recovery - Recycling - potential A1-A3 Refurbishment B1 Use Maintenance Repair Replacement before-use stages are excluded from the social performance assessment after-use stages are excluded from the social performance assessment
  14. 14. D Benefits and loads beyond the system boundary SOCIAL PERFORMANCE BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION USE STAGE B2 B3 B4 B5 B 6 Operational Energy use A4 A5 B 7 Operational Water use C1 C2 C3 C4 BUILDING LIFE CYCLE INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION BEYOND THE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE A1 - 3 A4 - 5 B1 - 7 C1 - 4 PRODUCT STAGE CONSTRUCTION PROCESS USE STAGE END OF LIFE STAGE Raw Material Supply Transport Manufacturing Transport Construction - Installation process Deconstruction Transport Waste processing for reuse, recovery or and recycling Disposal Reuse - Recovery - Recycling - potential A1-A3 Refurbishment B1 Use Maintenance Repair Replacement
  15. 15. D Concept of Sustainability Assessment Benefits and loads beyond the system boundary SOCIAL PERFORMANCE BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION B2 B3 B4 B5 B 6 Operational Energy use A4 A5 B 7 Operational Water use C1 C2 C3 Sustainability Assessment Designed Solution or Existing Building technical characteristics functionality Functional Equivalent: Technical and Functional Requirements C4 BUILDING LIFE CYCLE INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION BEYOND THE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE A1 - 3 A4 - 5 B1 - 7 C1 - 4 PRODUCT STAGE CONSTRUCTION PROCESS USE STAGE END OF LIFE STAGE Raw Material Supply Transport Manufacturing Transport Construction - Installation process Deconstruction Transport Waste processing for reuse, recovery or and recycling Disposal communication of: the assessed indicators on ENV, SOC, ECON demands from clients brief and/or regulations Reuse - Recovery - Recycling - potential A1-A3 Refurbishment B1 Use Maintenance Repair Replacement ENV SOC ECON assessed object + Functional Requirements to the building Environmental, Social, Economic Requirements to the building Client's brief, requirements Regulations Requirements Technical Requirements to the building ECON ---- ---- ---- SOC ---- ---- ---- ENV ---- ---- ---- declared technical and functional performances of the assessed object functional equivalent Building (design) description USE STAGE
  16. 16. D Benefits and loads beyond the system boundary SOCIAL PERFORMANCE BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION USE STAGE B2 B3 B4 B5 B 6 Operational Energy use A4 A5 B 7 Operational Water use C1 C2 C3 C4 BUILDING LIFE CYCLE INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION BEYOND THE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE A1 - 3 A4 - 5 B1 - 7 C1 - 4 PRODUCT STAGE CONSTRUCTION PROCESS USE STAGE END OF LIFE STAGE Raw Material Supply Transport Manufacturing Transport Construction - Installation process Deconstruction Transport Waste processing for reuse, recovery or and recycling Disposal Reuse - Recovery - Recycling - potential A1-A3 Refurbishment B1 Use Maintenance Repair Replacement
  17. 17. D Benefits and loads beyond the system boundary SOCIAL PERFORMANCE BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION B2 B3 B4 B5 B 6 Operational Energy use A4 A5 B 7 Operational Water use C1 C2 C3 C4 BUILDING LIFE CYCLE INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION BEYOND THE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE A1 - 3 A4 - 5 B1 - 7 C1 - 4 PRODUCT STAGE CONSTRUCTION PROCESS USE STAGE END OF LIFE STAGE Raw Material Supply Transport Manufacturing Transport Construction - Installation process Deconstruction Transport Waste processing for reuse, recovery or and recycling Disposal Reuse - Recovery - Recycling - potential A1-A3 Refurbishment B1 Use Maintenance Repair Replacement Scenarios specifications of “processes” USE STAGE
  18. 18. Aspects of social performance of a building • Accessibility • Health and Comfort • Safety and Security • Adaptability • Impact on the neighbourhood 18 EN 15643-3 per aspect one or more indicators
  19. 19. The checklist approach • aspects and indicators of social performance are difficult to quantify in figures • therefore a checklist approach is chosen 19
  20. 20. The checklist approach • aspects and indicators of social performance are difficult to quantify in figures • therefore a checklist approach is chosen reporting in a checklist per indicator provides relevant information on the building’s: • conditions of the scenario • descriptions of measures provided • the level of measures where possible 20
  21. 21. 21 B1 use B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 maintenance repair replacement refurbishment operational energy operational water use technical & functional performance of the building in use Use stage
  22. 22. description and specifications of the scenario for B1 are part of the building’s social performance assessment 22 B1 use B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 maintenance repair replacement refurbishment operational energy operational water use functional specification of the building = scenario for B1 technical & functional performance of the building in use technical specification = description measures
  23. 23. Aspects of social performance of the building 23 the building facilitating its use operating processes serving and/or maintaining the required functionalities of the building Distinguish: • aspects related to the building fabric (building characteristics) • user- and control systems related aspects (interaction in operation)
  24. 24. building-related aspects for the fabric 24 Accessibility Access to building services Accessibility for people with specific needs Health & Comfort Thermal characteristics Characteristics of indoor air quality Acoustic characteristics Characteristics of visual comfort Spatial characteristics Safety and Security Resistance to climate change Accidental actions (earthquake, explosions, fire and traffic impacts Personal safety and security against intruders and vandalism Security against interruptions of utility supply Adaptability Impact on neighbourhood Noise Emissions Glare/overshadowing Shocks / vibrations
  25. 25. building-related aspects for the fabric 25
  26. 26. building-related aspects for the fabric 26 Accessibility Access to building services Accessibility for people with specific needs Health & Comfort Thermal characteristics Characteristics of indoor air quality Acoustic characteristics Characteristics of visual comfort Spatial characteristics EN16309 clause: 7.2.2 clause: 7.2.3 EN16309 clause: 7.4.2.1 clause: 7.4.3.1 clause: 7.4.4 clause: 7.4.5.1 clause: 7.4.6
  27. 27. building-related aspects for the fabric 27 Safety and Security Resistance to climate change Accidental actions (earthquake, explosions, fire and traffic impacts Personal safety and security against intruders and vandalism Security against interruptions of utility supply Adaptability Impact on neighbourhood Noise Emissions Glare/overshadowing Shocks / vibrations EN16309 clause: 7.7.2 clause: 7.7.3 clause: 7.7.4 clause: 7.7.5 clause: 7.3 clause: 7.5.2 clause: 7.5.3 clause: 7.5.4 clause: 7.5.5
  28. 28. user- and control system-related aspects relevant for the operation of the building 28
  29. 29. user- and control system-related aspects relevant for the operation of the building 29 Health & Comfort Thermal comfort Indoor air quality Visual comfort Safety and Security Security against intruders and vandalism Impact on neighbourhood Emissions
  30. 30. user- and control system-related aspects relevant for the operation of the building 30 EN16309 clause: 7.4.2.2 clause: 7.4.3.2 clause: 7.4.5.2 Health & Comfort Thermal comfort Indoor air quality Visual comfort EN16309 clause: 7.7.4.1 Safety and Security Security against intruders and vandalism Impact on neighbourhood Emissions EN16309 clause: 7.5.3
  31. 31. D Benefits and loads beyond the system boundary SOCIAL PERFORMANCE BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION USE STAGE B2 B3 B4 B5 B 6 Operational Energy use A4 A5 B 7 Operational Water use C1 C2 C3 C4 BUILDING LIFE CYCLE INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION BEYOND THE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE A1 - 3 A4 - 5 B1 - 7 C1 - 4 PRODUCT STAGE CONSTRUCTION PROCESS USE STAGE END OF LIFE STAGE Raw Material Supply Transport Manufacturing Transport Construction - Installation process Deconstruction Transport Waste processing for reuse, recovery or and recycling Disposal Reuse - Recovery - Recycling - potential A1-A3 Refurbishment B1 Use Maintenance Repair Replacement
  32. 32. D Benefits and loads beyond the system boundary SOCIAL PERFORMANCE BUILDING ASSESSMENT INFORMATION USE STAGE B2 B3 B4 B5 B 6 Operational Energy use A4 A5 B 7 Operational Water use C1 C2 C3 C4 BUILDING LIFE CYCLE INFORMATION SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION BEYOND THE BUILDING LIFE CYCLE A1 - 3 A4 - 5 B1 - 7 C1 - 4 PRODUCT STAGE CONSTRUCTION PROCESS USE STAGE END OF LIFE STAGE Raw Material Supply Transport Manufacturing Transport Construction - Installation process Deconstruction Transport Waste processing for reuse, recovery or and recycling Disposal Reuse - Recovery - Recycling - potential A1-A3 Refurbishment B1 Use Maintenance Repair Replacement
  33. 33. 33 B1 use B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 maintenance repair replacement refurbishment operational energy operational water use accessibility health comfort safety security adaptability impact neighbourhood technical & functional performance of the building in use Use stage
  34. 34. 34 B1 use B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 maintenance repair replacement refurbishment operational energy operational water use accessibility health comfort safety security adaptability impact neighbourhood technical & functional performance of the building in use building-related aspects for the fabric building characteristics
  35. 35. 35 B1 use B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 maintenance repair replacement refurbishment operational energy operational water use health comfort safety security impact neighbourhood technical & functional performance of the building in use user- and control system-related aspects relevant for the operation of the building interaction in operation
  36. 36. 36 B1 use B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 maintenance repair replacement refurbishment operational energy operational water use accessibility health comfort safety security adaptability impact neighbourhood building-related aspects for the fabric health comfort safety security impact neighbourhood user- and control system-related aspects all operational “services” deliver/secure the “functional & operational” performance
  37. 37. 37 for example: thermal comfort in using the building USE STAGE Information module : B1 USE
  38. 38. 38 B1 use B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 maintenance repair replacement refurbishment operational energy operational water use health comfort Use stage health comfort
  39. 39. Specifications of the scenario for B1 are part of the building’s social performance 39 B1 use B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 maintenance repair replacement refurbishment operational energy operational water use health comfort health comfort specification of the scenario for B1 • operative temperature • humidity • air velocity and distribution
  40. 40. 40 B1 use B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 maintenance repair replacement refurbishment operational energy operational water use health comfort Use stage health comfort building characteristics: description due to / in spite of, the building characteristics there may be a need for energy to maintain the specified comfort level
  41. 41. 41 B1 use B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 maintenance repair replacement refurbishment operational energy operational water use health comfort Use stage health comfort Health & Comfort Thermal comfort Indoor air quality Visual comfort
  42. 42. 42 B1 use B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 maintenance repair replacement refurbishment operational energy operational water use health comfort Use stage health comfort Health & Comfort Thermal comfort Indoor air quality Visual comfort Health & Comfort Thermal characteristics Characteristics of indoor air quality Acoustic characteristics Characteristics of visual comfort Spatial characteristics
  43. 43. 43 B1 use B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 maintenance repair replacement refurbishment operational energy operational water use health comfort Use stage health comfort Health & Comfort Thermal comfort Health & Comfort Thermal characteristics in a sustainability assessment you then assess:
  44. 44. Start assessment of aspect Is the aspect relevant for the design of the object of assessment? Follow the methodology in clause 7.2-7.7 Is there a regional, national or European requirement or a client requirement stop assessment of aspect is the indicator assessed ? Specify the minimum requirement and/or give details of client’s requirement Describe measures that have been taken Justify INA Justify Report obtained performance and references Report INA Mark as NR (not relevant) Have measures been taken exceeding the requirement ? yes Follow the methodology in clause 7.2-7.7 yes yes yes no no no Report obtained performance and references no Report obtained performance and references Report for all aspects- all indicators Describe measures that have been taken B1 B6 Fig.3 EN16309
  45. 45. 45 B1 Report in a checklist
  46. 46. report on 46 Describe measures that have been taken Justify INA Justify Report obtained performance and references Report INA Mark as NR (not relevant) Report obtained performance and references Report obtained performance and references Describe measures that have been taken B1
  47. 47. 47 B1 use B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 maintenance repair replacement refurbishment operational energy operational water use health comfort Use stage health comfort Health & Comfort Thermal comfort Health & Comfort Thermal characteristics
  48. 48. 48 B1 use B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 maintenance repair replacement refurbishment operational energy operational water use health comfort Use stage health comfort Health & Comfort Thermal comfort Health & Comfort Thermal characteristics in a sustainability assessment: in the information module:
  49. 49. and with the defined scenario to B1 building USE 49 EN16309 clause: 7.4.2.2 clause: 7.4.3.2 clause: 7.4.5.2 • operative temperature • humidity • air velocity and distribution • type of activities in the room • type of users ( e.g. activities, clothing) in the information module: B1 Health & Comfort Thermal comfort Indoor air quality Visual comfort supply side specified comfort indicators – comfort scenario demand side specified framework conditions for comfort
  50. 50. 50 B1 use B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 maintenance repair replacement refurbishment operational energy operational water use health comfort Use stage health comfort Health & Comfort Thermal comfort Health & Comfort Thermal characteristics in a sustainability assessment: in the information module: supply side specified comfort indicators – comfort scenario • operative temperature • humidity • air velocity and distribution
  51. 51. 51 B1 use B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 maintenance repair replacement refurbishment operational energy operational water use health comfort Use stage health comfort Health & Comfort Thermal comfort Health & Comfort Thermal characteristics in a sustainability assessment: in the information module B6 because keeping up comfort level requires energy
  52. 52. SOC. ASS. EN16309 52 B1 use B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 maintenance repair replacement refurbishment operational energy operational water use health comfort Use stage health comfort Health & Comfort Thermal comfort Health & Comfort Thermal characteristics in module: B6 noise ?
  53. 53. B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 ENV. ASS. EN15978 53 B1 use health comfort Use stage health comfort Health & Comfort Thermal comfort Health & Comfort MJ CO2 But in the environmental assessment acc EN15978 in module: B6 maintenance repair replacement refurbishment operational energy operational water use Thermal characteristics
  54. 54. B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 ENV. ASS. EN15978 ECON. ASS. EN16627 54 B1 use health comfort Use stage health comfort MJ CO2 Health & Comfort Thermal comfort Health & Comfort And in the economic € assessment acc EN16627 in module: B6 maintenance repair replacement refurbishment operational energy operational water use Thermal characteristics
  55. 55. B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 ENV. ASS. EN15978 ECON. ASS. EN16627 SOC. ASS. EN16309 55 B1 use health comfort Use stage health comfort MJ CO2 € noise ? maintenance Health & Comfort Thermal comfort Health & Comfort in module: B6 as a consequence of B1 in an overall sustainability assessment: repair replacement refurbishment operational energy operational water use Thermal characteristics
  56. 56. 56 Other presentations related to CEN TC350 are also available on YouTube: CEN TC350 esc@hamans.com www.hamans.com

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