CEN TC350 – Sustainability StandardsLife Cycle StagesInformation ModulesScenariosMNA INAChris Hamanshttp://www.hamans.com
Use STAGEAssessment: per life cycle stageBefore UseEnd ofLife
Use STAGEAssessment in EN16309social performance assessment of buildingsBefore UseEnd ofLifeThe assessment acc. EN16309 is...
Use STAGEThe assessment is split intoINFORMATION MODULES
Use STAGEInformation module B1: useMost important information module is the normaland regular “use” of the building
Use STAGEInformation module B1: useScenario:per information module a scenario is to be specified• the scenario is essentia...
Scenarios are based on:7Functional Equivalent (clause 5.2)– Building type– Pattern of use– Required Service Life (ReqSL)– ...
Scenarios are based on:8Functional Equivalent (clause 5.2)– Building type– Pattern of use– Required Service Life (ReqSL)– ...
Scenarios for each information module9Functional Equivalent (clause 5.2)– Building type– Pattern of use– Required Service ...
Scenarios for each information module10Functional Equivalent (clause 5.2)– Building type– Pattern of use– Required Service...
Use STAGEThe assessment is split intoINFORMATION MODULES• the scenario is essential information.• the assessment is based ...
Use STAGEInformation module B1: useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceFunctional and Technical performance during theUSE - st...
Use STAGEInformation module B1: useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairFunctional and Technical perf...
Use STAGEInformation module B1: useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replaceme...
Use STAGEInformation module B1: useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replaceme...
Use STAGEInformation module B1: useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replaceme...
Use STAGEInformation module B1: useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replaceme...
Use STAGEInformation module B1: useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replaceme...
Use STAGEInformation module B1: useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replaceme...
Use STAGEInformationmoduleB1:useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replacementI...
Use STAGEInformationmoduleB1:useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replacementI...
Use STAGEInformationmoduleB1:useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replacementI...
Use STAGEInformationmoduleB1:useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replacementI...
Rules for exempting1. Not all aspects/indicators might be RELEVANT– For the building, the object of assessment– For the us...
InformationmoduleB1:useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replacementInformatio...
InformationmoduleB1:useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replacementInformatio...
InformationmoduleB1:useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replacementInformatio...
InformationmoduleB1:useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replacementInformatio...
InformationmoduleB1:useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replacementInformatio...
http://www.hamans.comesc@hamans.comsee more on FprEN16309:http://www.slideshare.net/chrishamans-esc/16309-methodology-soci...
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CEN TC350 Sustainability standards. In the sustainability assessment of buildings a systematic approach is important. The standard prEN16309, the sustainability assessment of the social performance of buildings, the distinction made between Life Cycle Stages, and Information Modules is to be understood. Also a precise specification of the scenarios needs attention. The presentation highlights those assessment issues as well clarifies how and where exemptions can be made in the assessments. These principles apply to all assessment standards: EN15804 (for environmental product assessment), EN15978 (for environmental building assessment) and for the standard assessing the building life cycle costs (in development)

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Life Cycle Stages - modules - scenarios - MNA - INA in CEN TC350 standards

  1. 1. CEN TC350 – Sustainability StandardsLife Cycle StagesInformation ModulesScenariosMNA INAChris Hamanshttp://www.hamans.com
  2. 2. Use STAGEAssessment: per life cycle stageBefore UseEnd ofLife
  3. 3. Use STAGEAssessment in EN16309social performance assessment of buildingsBefore UseEnd ofLifeThe assessment acc. EN16309 is(for the 1st. generation of standards)limited to the USE-stage
  4. 4. Use STAGEThe assessment is split intoINFORMATION MODULES
  5. 5. Use STAGEInformation module B1: useMost important information module is the normaland regular “use” of the building
  6. 6. Use STAGEInformation module B1: useScenario:per information module a scenario is to be specified• the scenario is essential information.• the assessment is based on the scenario.
  7. 7. Scenarios are based on:7Functional Equivalent (clause 5.2)– Building type– Pattern of use– Required Service Life (ReqSL)– Relevant required technicalcharacteristics– Relevant required functionalitiesBuilding model (clause 5.5.2 and Annex B)– Characteristics of the object ofassessment(clause 5.1 and 5.5.1; Annex B)– Building integrated technical systems(clause 5.4.1)– Building related appliances,furnitures, fixtures and fittings
  8. 8. Scenarios are based on:8Functional Equivalent (clause 5.2)– Building type– Pattern of use– Required Service Life (ReqSL)– Relevant required technicalcharacteristics– Relevant required functionalitiesBuilding model (clause 5.5.2 and Annex B)– Characteristics of the object ofassessment(clause 5.1 and 5.5.1; Annex B)– Building integrated technical systems(clause 5.4.1)– Building related appliances,furnitures, fixtures and fittings
  9. 9. Scenarios for each information module9Functional Equivalent (clause 5.2)– Building type– Pattern of use– Required Service Life (ReqSL)– Relevant required technicalcharacteristics– Relevant required functionalitiesBuilding model (clause 5.5.2 and Annex B)– Characteristics of the object ofassessment(clause 5.1 and 5.5.1; Annex B)– Building integrated technical systems(clause 5.4.1)– Building related appliances,furnitures, fixtures and fittingsScenario of use – information module B1 incl. Reference Study Period (RSP) (5.3)
  10. 10. Scenarios for each information module10Functional Equivalent (clause 5.2)– Building type– Pattern of use– Required Service Life (ReqSL)– Relevant required technicalcharacteristics– Relevant required functionalitiesBuilding model (clause 5.5.2 and Annex B)– Characteristics of the object ofassessment(clause 5.1 and 5.5.1; Annex B)– Building integrated technical systems(clause 5.4.1)– Building related appliances,furnitures, fixtures and fittingsScenario of use – information module B1 incl. Reference Study Period (RSP) (5.3)ScenariomaintenanceB2ScenariorepairB3ScenarioreplacementB4ScenariorefurbishmentB5Scenariooperationalenergy useB6Scenariooperationalwater useB7
  11. 11. Use STAGEThe assessment is split intoINFORMATION MODULES• the scenario is essential information.• the assessment is based on the scenario.
  12. 12. Use STAGEInformation module B1: useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceFunctional and Technical performance during theUSE - stage requires: maintenance
  13. 13. Use STAGEInformation module B1: useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairFunctional and Technical performance during theUSE - stage requires: repair
  14. 14. Use STAGEInformation module B1: useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replacementFunctional and Technical performance during theUSE - stage requires: replacements
  15. 15. Use STAGEInformation module B1: useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replacementInformationmoduleB5:refurbishmentFunctional and Technical performance during theUSE - stage requires: refurbishments
  16. 16. Use STAGEInformation module B1: useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replacementInformationmoduleB5:refurbishmentInformationmoduleB6:energyuse(heating,cooling,etc)Functional and Technical performance during theUSE - stage requires: energy use
  17. 17. Use STAGEInformation module B1: useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replacementInformationmoduleB5:refurbishmentInformationmoduleB6:energyuse(heating,cooling,etc)InformationmoduleB7:wateruseFunctional and Technical performance during theUSE - stage requires: water use
  18. 18. Use STAGEInformation module B1: useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replacementInformationmoduleB5:refurbishmentInformationmoduleB6:energyuse(heating,cooling,etc)InformationmoduleB7:waterusefor the presentation ...............
  19. 19. Use STAGEInformation module B1: useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replacementInformationmoduleB5:refurbishmentInformationmoduleB6:energyuse(heating,cooling,etc)InformationmoduleB7:waterusefor the presentation : move info-module in the row
  20. 20. Use STAGEInformationmoduleB1:useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replacementInformationmoduleB5:refurbishmentInformationmoduleB6:energyuse(heating,cooling,etc)InformationmoduleB7:wateruse
  21. 21. Use STAGEInformationmoduleB1:useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replacementInformationmoduleB5:refurbishmentInformationmoduleB6:energyuse(heating,cooling,etc)InformationmoduleB7:wateruse
  22. 22. Use STAGEInformationmoduleB1:useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replacementInformationmoduleB5:refurbishmentInformationmoduleB6:energyuse(heating,cooling,etc)InformationmoduleB7:wateruse22 aspects =ca. 160indicatorsSocial performance assessment of buildingsEN16309
  23. 23. Use STAGEInformationmoduleB1:useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replacementInformationmoduleB5:refurbishmentInformationmoduleB6:energyuse(heating,cooling,etc)InformationmoduleB7:wateruse22 aspectsPer information MODULE all 22 ASPECTSEN16309 - Assessment:22 aspects per information module
  24. 24. Rules for exempting1. Not all aspects/indicators might be RELEVANT– For the building, the object of assessment– For the use– For the information module2. Not all aspects/indicators might be ASSESSED– Not in a programm, excluded by the client , ...3. Not all information modules might be ASSESSED
  25. 25. InformationmoduleB1:useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replacementInformationmoduleB5:refurbishmentInformationmoduleB6:energyuse(heating,cooling,etc)InformationmoduleB7:wateruseUse STAGE22 aspectsPer information MODULE : specify why the aspect/indicator is not relevant in module1: Not all aspects / indicators might be relevantBut declaring “not relevant” then is an assessment result.Indicator zIndicatorz notrelevantIndicatorz notrelevantIndicator znot relevant
  26. 26. InformationmoduleB1:useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replacementInformationmoduleB5:refurbishmentInformationmoduleB6:energyuse(heating,cooling,etc)InformationmoduleB7:wateruseUse STAGE22 aspects2: Not all aspects / indicators might be assessedIndicator not assessedAlways: specify why an indicator is not assessedMind: this then applies to ALL information modules !
  27. 27. InformationmoduleB1:useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replacementInformationmoduleB5:refurbishmentInformationmoduleB6:energyuse(heating,cooling,etc)InformationmoduleB7:wateruseUse STAGE22 aspects2: Indicators not assessed (INA)Indicator not assessedAlways: specify why an indicator is not assessedMind: this then applies to ALL information modules !Indicator y not assessed
  28. 28. InformationmoduleB1:useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replacementInformationmoduleB5:refurbishmentInformationmoduleB6:energyuse(heating,cooling,etc)InformationmoduleB7:wateruseUse STAGE22 aspects3: Module Not Assessed (MNA)MNA Always : specify reason why a module is not assessed
  29. 29. InformationmoduleB1:useInformationmoduleB2:maaintenanceInformationmoduleB3:repairInformationmoduleB4:replacementInformationmoduleB5:refurbishmentInformationmoduleB6:energyuse(heating,cooling,etc)InformationmoduleB7:wateruseUse STAGE22 aspects3: Modules Not AssessedMNAAlways : specify reason why the modules are not assessedMNA MNA MNA MNA MNA
  30. 30. http://www.hamans.comesc@hamans.comsee more on FprEN16309:http://www.slideshare.net/chrishamans-esc/16309-methodology-social-performance-assessmentandhttp://www.slideshare.net/chrishamans-esc/pren16309-steps-in-assessment
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