Skanska´s Journey toDeep Green                       1
Content− The big picture− What Green means to Skanska− Skanskas Color Palette   −   Energy   −   Carbon   −   Materials   ...
Big Picture              3
Reminder: The Future Society – a growth story World population (in Billions): 1950-2050                            Urban p...
CO2 emissions by sector                          5
Water                            Source: Global Env. Outlook 2000 (GEO), UNEP, Earthscan, London, 1999The majority of the ...
Market / Customer needs                          7
What the market is telling us…Buildings in the US with a high Energy Star rating are attracting rentalpremiums of 3% per s...
Our Customers - What green products or services would youlike us to focus on in the next 2-4 years?                       ...
The world is changing – fast                                        Norway:                                               ...
What it means to Skanska                           11
Johan’s message                                            “We are determined to be the leading                           ...
Business opportunity …Anticipated investment needsfor urban infrastructure up to                     Lots of opportunities...
Color Palette                14
Future proofing the road ahead          Skanska’s Deep Green Journey    Vanilla                 Green             Deep Gre...
Color Palette             Vanilla             Green          Deep Green             Compliance     Beyond compliance   Fut...
Driving the change to Deep GreenTM             Vanilla                          Green          Deep green             Comp...
Vanilla: Construction progress or product performance is compliance with law,  regulations, codes and standards  Green: Co...
Energy - Getting a whole lot more out ofa whole lot less                                 Policy as a supportive framework ...
Hostetin Centre                                        Energy performance           Energy performance           Energy pe...
Hillsborough Intermodal                                                                                          Transit F...
Blå Jungfrun, Swe                                        Energy performance           Energy performance           Energy ...
Carbon         Built environments is responsible for         around 40 percent of all energy use and         mad-made carb...
M25 Project, U.K.                                     Baseline established using        > 25 % reduction           > 50 % ...
Carbon Footprint: One Kingdom Street,London                     End of                                           life2%   ...
MaterialsConstruction is one of themost inefficient industrieswhen it comes to consumptionof finite resources             ...
Pilestredet Park, Norway                                        Energy performance           Energy performance           ...
WaterWaterNew ways to conserve waterThe majority of the water on Earth, 97%, is in the oceans, while anadditional 2% is fr...
ODA, London                                     Baseline established using        > 25 % reduction           > 50 % reduct...
Nemours Hospital                                        Energy performance           Energy performance           Energy p...
Bristol Schools, U.K.                                        Energy performance           Energy performance           Ene...
Tools to help …− Lifecycle analysis− Green BIM− Toolbox incl Green Solutions− Sustainability Project Case Studies− Certifi...
Skanska Management Meeting - What do you consider the mainobstacle in implementing a Green strategy in your Business Unit?...
Life Cycle Analysis           Construction           Machines, disposal of waste                                         O...
Green BIM            35
Green Toolbox – Introductory page                                    36
Green Solutions      The aim of Green Solutions:      • To share green knowledge across Skanska.      What is a Green Solu...
Green Solutions - Building                             38
Green Solutions – Civil / Infrastructure                                           39
Sustainability Project     Case Studieshttp://skanska-sustainability-case-studies.com/                                    ...
Sustainability Project Case Studies - Building                                                 41
Sustainability Project Case Studies – Civil / Infrastructure                                                       42
Skanska is an active participant in a number ofinternational Sustainability initiatives                                   ...
Skanska in the USGBC              − Member since 2000              − Member of the Board of Directors since 2008,         ...
Other GBC participation              Czech:                                                       Norway (non-EU):        ...
Tools to communicate Green− Color Palette− Green Communications strategy− Green Thinking, the book and power point− Green ...
Green thinking                                                                                                Planning tod...
Green CityGreen City is an interactive site that features ourjourney to deep Green. It presents a selection ofSkanskas gre...
Green Urban Development ReportThe purpose of this report series is to boostSkanskas position as an industry leader within ...
Green Media CentreSkanskas Green Media Center is a tool for proactivePR. Here you will find information such as our Greenm...
Green SymbolOur green symbol is a "highlighter" - not a quality stamp. Itputs all our green efforts under one umbrella and...
Skanska’s Green Initative“Skanska is determined to be  the leading green project  developer and contractor”               ...
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  1. 1. Skanska´s Journey toDeep Green 1
  2. 2. Content− The big picture− What Green means to Skanska− Skanskas Color Palette − Energy − Carbon − Materials − Water− Tools for working with Green− Tools to communicate Green 2
  3. 3. Big Picture 3
  4. 4. Reminder: The Future Society – a growth story World population (in Billions): 1950-2050 Urban population (in Billions) 1970-205010 70% urban98 urban 60% urban7 rural6 85%5 47% urban 6.44 36% urban 5.03 Population in less developed 3.2 3.32 countries Population in less developed 2.9 2.8 2.4 countries1 1.3 Population in in more developed countries15% Population more developed countries01950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 2020 2030 2040 2050 1970 2000 2030 2050 Source: United Nations, World Urbanization Prospects: The 2006 & 007 Revisions 3 billion more people living in cities in 2050 4 4
  5. 5. CO2 emissions by sector 5
  6. 6. Water Source: Global Env. Outlook 2000 (GEO), UNEP, Earthscan, London, 1999The majority of the water on Earth, 97%, is in the oceans, while an additional 2%is frozen in the ice caps and glaciers. Only a fraction is available as a supply fordrinking water - When will we stop flushing toilets with drinking water? 6
  7. 7. Market / Customer needs 7
  8. 8. What the market is telling us…Buildings in the US with a high Energy Star rating are attracting rentalpremiums of 3% per square foot compared with non-green buildings of thesame size, location and function. Royal Institution of Chartered SurveyorsThere is a significant existing stock of buildings, particularly in the EU, thatare ageing. These buildings pose a large opportunity for green building in the future. Key Trends in the European and US Construction Marketplace. McGraw - Hill.I approach environmental performance issues in three broad ways:Improving our own culture and operations, influencing - indeed,pressurizing - the companies that do business with us, and championingrenewable-energy development. Jose Sergio Gabrielli De Azevedo, President andCEO of Petrobras 8
  9. 9. Our Customers - What green products or services would youlike us to focus on in the next 2-4 years? Green Products and Services Num ber of Responses 0 100 200 300 400 500 Renewable energy sources 226 Energy efficient design solutions 450 Low carbon solutions 117 Carbon monitoring of projects 47 Eco design evaluation and certification 101 Refurbishment / retrofitting of infrastructure 238 Factory engineered / prefabricated solutions 149 Others 30 9
  10. 10. The world is changing – fast Norway: Carbon neutral NY MTA wanting to UK’s CRC by 2030 reduce its energy forcing large consumption and organisations to ‘green’ its operations. reduce their Tesco – green CO2emissions stores in every country it operates National Grid – major investment EU: committed toUSA: in its electricity UK Highways a 60% reduction in36 states and gas network Agency: All carbon emissionsanticipate in UK and USA network to be by 2050water low carbonshortages by construction,2013 maintenance and operation Petrobras – focusing on bio fuels and low carbon technologies Set/planned regulations Company actions 10
  11. 11. What it means to Skanska 11
  12. 12. Johan’s message “We are determined to be the leading green project developer and contractor. The demand is in the market place. It is: - A great business opportunity - Right for the planet - Attractive for our people” October 2010 Johan Karlström, President and CEO Skanska AB12January 11 Skanska - Deep Green Journey
  13. 13. Business opportunity …Anticipated investment needsfor urban infrastructure up to Lots of opportunities...2030 (US$ trillion) Systems planning Water Technology Mobility Buildings Financing Source: Booz Allen Hamilton, 2007 13 13
  14. 14. Color Palette 14
  15. 15. Future proofing the road ahead Skanska’s Deep Green Journey Vanilla Green Deep Green Accelerators • Intelligent / challenging customers The Leading • Form of contract – allowing early involvement Green Project Developer • New financial models and Contractor • Innovative supply chain – working in partnership • Leadership – behaviours / setting examples • Design – considering the local environment and using the best technology • Communication – internally and externally Skanska’s Culture & Values 15
  16. 16. Color Palette Vanilla Green Deep Green Compliance Beyond compliance Future proofEnergy −Rules Zero −Regulations −Waste (to landfill) −Standards −UnsustainableCarbon −Codes materialsMaterials −Net primary energy −Carbon construction −Water dischargeWater −Haz Materials 16
  17. 17. Driving the change to Deep GreenTM Vanilla Green Deep green Compliance Beyond compliance Future proofEnergy n eCarbon tio Revenu ica un mmMaterials co g&Water tin rke Ma 17
  18. 18. Vanilla: Construction progress or product performance is compliance with law, regulations, codes and standards Green: Construction process or product performance is beyond compliance, but not yet at a point were what we construct and how we construct it can be considered to have near-zero impact Deep Green: Construction process or product performance is future proofed - for example, it consumes zero net energy and produces zero wasteOur Journey to Deep Green 18
  19. 19. Energy - Getting a whole lot more out ofa whole lot less Policy as a supportive framework Transformation is needed to alter the outcome.. 19
  20. 20. Hostetin Centre Energy performance Energy performance Energy performance Net Zero 25 % better than 50 % better than 75 % better than local Primary Energy local code local code code and renewables used local codes, standards and1 Passive design, solar heating Near Zero regulations in place Preliminary project carbon Over 25% reduction of Over 50 % reduction of Carbon Construction footprint3 established and the footprint by savings the footprint by savings used to perform value in in materials and the engineering materials and the construction process construction process2 Zero Unsustainable Materials4) Use design and planning Use design and planning Use design and planning reviews to: maximize the reviews to: maximize the reviews to: maximize the (re)use of sustainable (re)use of sustainable (re)use of sustainable Zero Hazardous materials4) with < than 10% materials4) with < than 5% materials4) with < than Materials 5) waste to landfill waste to landfill 2.5% waste to landfill Near zero waste and zero unsustainable materials Zero Waste Preliminary baseline for the use Measures to reduce Measures to reduce of potable water in operation consumption of potable consumption of potable established. Consumption water by > than 25% water by >than 50%. reduced by 10% Net Zero Water6 Rainwater harvesting, water efficient fittings For internal use only* *can be used externally if the stepping stones (text describing the steps on CP) are removed 20
  21. 21. Hillsborough Intermodal Transit Facility, USA Energy performance Energy performance Energy performance Net Zero 25 % better than 50 % better than 75 % better than local Primary Energy local code local code code and renewables used Natural ventilation local codes, standards and1 /photovoltaic system Near Zero regulations in place Preliminary project carbon Over 25% reduction of Over 50 % reduction of Carbon Construction footprint3 established and the footprint by savings the footprint by savings used to perform value in in materials and the engineering materials and the construction process construction process2 Carbon analysis Zero Unsustainable Materials4) on major materials Use design and planning Use design and planning Use design and planning reviews to: maximize the reviews to: maximize the reviews to: maximize the (re)use of sustainable (re)use of sustainable (re)use of sustainable Zero Hazardous materials4) with < than 10% materials4) with < than 5% materials4) with < than Materials 5) waste to landfill waste to landfill 2.5% waste to landfill Waste management Zero Waste Preliminary baseline for the use Measures to reduce Measures to reduce of potable water in operation consumption of potable consumption of potable established. Consumption water by > than 25% water by >than 50%. reduced by 10% Net Zero Water6 Model estimates 20% reduction in water usage For internal use only* *can be used externally if the stepping stones (text describing the steps on CP) are removed 21
  22. 22. Blå Jungfrun, Swe Energy performance Energy performance Energy performance Net Zero 25 % better than 50 % better than 75 % better than local Primary Energy local code local code code and renewables used local codes, standards and1 Air tightness, heat recovery, insulation Near Zero regulations in place Preliminary project carbon Over 25% reduction of Over 50 % reduction of Carbon Construction footprint3 established and the footprint by savings the footprint by savings used to perform value in in materials and the engineering materials and the construction process construction process2 Zero Unsustainable ECO2 tool trialed Materials4) Use design and planning Use design and planning Use design and planning reviews to: maximize the reviews to: maximize the reviews to: maximize the (re)use of sustainable (re)use of sustainable (re)use of sustainable Zero Hazardous materials4) with < than 10% materials4) with < than 5% materials4) with < than Materials 5) waste to landfill waste to landfill 2.5% waste to landfill Prefabricated formwork Zero Waste Preliminary baseline for the use Measures to reduce Measures to reduce of potable water in operation consumption of potable consumption of potable established. Consumption water by > than 25% water by >than 50%. reduced by 10% Net Zero Water6 Metering & water efficient fittings For internal use only* *can be used externally if the stepping stones (text describing the steps on CP) are removed 22
  23. 23. Carbon Built environments is responsible for around 40 percent of all energy use and mad-made carbon emissions*. We have whats needed to reduce carbon emissions. *Energy Efficiency in Buildings, Transforming the Market, WBCSD, April 2009 23
  24. 24. M25 Project, U.K. Baseline established using > 25 % reduction > 50 % reduction of Net Positive applicable industry standards of baseline baseline consumption and > 10 % reduction of baseline consumption renewables used Energy local codes, standards and consumption1 New lighting technology being considered Near Zero regulations in place Preliminary project carbon > 25 % reduction of the > 50 % reduction of the Carbon Construction footprint3 established and footprint by savings in footprint by savings in used to perform value materials and the materials and the engineering construction process. construction process2 Zero Unsustainable Carbon Capture Tool used Materials4) Use design and planning Use design and planning Use design and planning reviews to: maximize the reviews to: maximize the reviews to: maximize the (re)use of sustainable (re)use of sustainable (re)use of sustainable Zero Hazardous Materials4) with < than 10% materials4) with < than 5% materials4) with < then Materials6) waste to landfill5 waste to landfill5) 2.5% waste to landfill5) 92% recycled content for bulk materials Zero Waste Preliminary baseline for use Measures to reduce Measures to reduce of potable water at site consumption of potable consumption of potable established. Sustainable8 water by > 25%. water by > 50%. drainage system in place. Zero Potable Water7 for Construction Recycle runoff water For internal use only* *can be used externally if the stepping stones (text describing the steps on CP) are removed 24
  25. 25. Carbon Footprint: One Kingdom Street,London End of life2% Piling Onsite 4% works13%− Understanding CO2 Concrete emissions Lifts, M&E & works18% Fitout 12%− Operation ~ 80%, Raised floors, Embodied ~ 20% walls & partitions 7% Roofing & cladding 9% Steel 35% 25
  26. 26. MaterialsConstruction is one of themost inefficient industrieswhen it comes to consumptionof finite resources 26
  27. 27. Pilestredet Park, Norway Energy performance Energy performance Energy performance Net Zero 25 % better than 50 % better than 75 % better than local Primary Energy local code local code code and renewables used local codes, standards and1 Air tightness, heat recovery, insulation Near Zero regulations in place Preliminary project carbon Over 25% reduction of Over 50 % reduction of Carbon Construction footprint3 established and the footprint by savings the footprint by savings used to perform value in in materials and the engineering materials and the construction process construction process2 Zero Unsustainable Materials4) Use design and planning Use design and planning Use design and planning reviews to: maximize the reviews to: maximize the reviews to: maximize the (re)use of sustainable (re)use of sustainable (re)use of sustainable Zero Hazardous materials4) with < than 10% materials4) with < than 5% materials4) with < than Materials 5) waste to landfill waste to landfill 2.5% waste to landfill Reuse of materials & domestic waste recycling Zero Waste Preliminary baseline for the use Measures to reduce Measures to reduce of potable water in operation consumption of potable consumption of potable established. Consumption water by > than 25% water by >than 50%. reduced by 10% Net Zero Water6 Metering & water efficient fixings For internal use only* *can be used externally if the stepping stones (text describing the steps on CP) are removed 27
  28. 28. WaterWaterNew ways to conserve waterThe majority of the water on Earth, 97%, is in the oceans, while anadditional 2% is frozen in the ice caps and glaciers. Only a fraction isavailable as a supply for drinking water, which is already in shortsupply in many parts of the world. 28
  29. 29. ODA, London Baseline established using > 25 % reduction > 50 % reduction of Net Positive applicable industry standards of baseline baseline consumption and > 10 % reduction of baseline consumption renewables used Energy local codes, standards and consumption1 Renewable wind, energy for lighting Near Zero regulations in place Preliminary project carbon > 25 % reduction of the > 50 % reduction of the Carbon Construction footprint3 established and footprint by savings in footprint by savings in used to perform value materials and the materials and the engineering construction process. construction process2 Strong client focus / Zero Unsustainable Materials4) lots of initiatives Use design and planning Use design and planning Use design and planning reviews to: maximize the reviews to: maximize the reviews to: maximize the (re)use of sustainable (re)use of sustainable (re)use of sustainable Zero Hazardous Materials4) with < than 10% materials4) with < than 5% materials4) with < then Materials6) waste to landfill5 waste to landfill5) 2.5% waste to landfill5) Extensive use of recycled aggregates/ durakerks Zero Waste Preliminary baseline for use Measures to reduce Measures to reduce of potable water at site consumption of potable consumption of potable established. Sustainable8 water by > 25%. water by > 50%. drainage system in place. Zero Potable Water7 >60% non potable for Construction in construction For internal use only* *can be used externally if the stepping stones (text describing the steps on CP) are removed 29
  30. 30. Nemours Hospital Energy performance Energy performance Energy performance Net Zero 25 % better than 50 % better than 75 % better than local Primary Energy local code local code code and renewables used local codes, standards and1 Designed to perform at 31% above ASHRAE/local code Near Zero regulations in place Preliminary project carbon Over 25% reduction of Over 50 % reduction of Carbon Construction footprint3 established and the footprint by savings the footprint by savings used to perform value in in materials and the engineering materials and the construction process construction process2 No carbon Zero Unsustainable Materials4) measuring Use design and planning Use design and planning Use design and planning reviews to: maximize the reviews to: maximize the reviews to: maximize the (re)use of sustainable (re)use of sustainable (re)use of sustainable Zero Hazardous materials4) with < than 10% materials4) with < than 5% materials4) with < than Materials 5) waste to landfill waste to landfill 2.5% waste to landfill Styrofoam recycling & use of low emitting materials Zero Waste Preliminary baseline for the use Measures to reduce Measures to reduce of potable water in operation consumption of potable consumption of potable established. Consumption water by > than 25% water by >than 50%. reduced by 10% Net Zero Water6 Water efficient fittings & no potable water usage in landscaping For internal use only* *can be used externally if the stepping stones (text describing the steps on CP) are removed 30
  31. 31. Bristol Schools, U.K. Energy performance Energy performance Energy performance Net Zero 25 % better than 50 % better than 75 % better than local Primary Energy local code local code code and renewables used local codes, standards and1 Building envelope, M&E, Biomass Near Zero regulations in place Preliminary project carbon Over 25% reduction of Over 50 % reduction of Carbon Construction footprint3 established and the footprint by savings the footprint by savings used to perform value in in materials and the engineering materials and the construction process construction process2 Zero Unsustainable Materials4) Use design and planning Use design and planning Use design and planning reviews to: maximize the reviews to: maximize the reviews to: maximize the (re)use of sustainable (re)use of sustainable (re)use of sustainable Zero Hazardous materials4) with < than 10% materials4) with < than 5% materials4) with < than Materials 5) waste to landfill waste to landfill 2.5% waste to landfill Waste management Zero Waste Preliminary baseline for the use Measures to reduce Measures to reduce of potable water in operation consumption of potable consumption of potable established. Consumption water by > than 25% water by >than 50%. reduced by 10% Net Zero Water6 Water efficient fittings For internal use only* *can be used externally if the stepping stones (text describing the steps on CP) are removed 31
  32. 32. Tools to help …− Lifecycle analysis− Green BIM− Toolbox incl Green Solutions− Sustainability Project Case Studies− Certifications / Global associations 32
  33. 33. Skanska Management Meeting - What do you consider the mainobstacle in implementing a Green strategy in your Business Unit? 33
  34. 34. Life Cycle Analysis Construction Machines, disposal of waste Operation & Maintenance Energy consumption e.g. Heating, lighting, disruption, wasteDesignEnergy,environment,materials 34
  35. 35. Green BIM 35
  36. 36. Green Toolbox – Introductory page 36
  37. 37. Green Solutions The aim of Green Solutions: • To share green knowledge across Skanska. What is a Green Solution: • A product or service that is an integral part of a project • Provides environmental and economic benefits to our customers • Has been used at least once somewhere in Skanska • Is transferable to other Business Units • Is strategically important to Skanska’s business A Green solution is not: • A construction project • An internal process • A research project • A concept or a prototype The Green Solutions are for internal purposes only as they contain information e.g. contact details, that may not be appropriate for external distribution. 37
  38. 38. Green Solutions - Building 38
  39. 39. Green Solutions – Civil / Infrastructure 39
  40. 40. Sustainability Project Case Studieshttp://skanska-sustainability-case-studies.com/ 40
  41. 41. Sustainability Project Case Studies - Building 41
  42. 42. Sustainability Project Case Studies – Civil / Infrastructure 42
  43. 43. Skanska is an active participant in a number ofinternational Sustainability initiatives 43
  44. 44. Skanska in the USGBC − Member since 2000 − Member of the Board of Directors since 2008, representing Contractors and Builders − Chair of Ethics committee and Chair of Financial Committee − Cost analysis1 of the Living Building Challenge, the beyond-LEED® Platinum metric developed by the Cascadia Chapter of the USGBC1. a study led by SERA Architects, joined by Skanska USA Building, Gerding/Edlen Development, New Buildings Institute and Interface Engineering, with the staff of Cascadia, a chapter of the USGBC 44
  45. 45. Other GBC participation Czech: Norway (non-EU): Associated Group GBA key stakeholder in establishing NGBC Founded 2009 GBA: alliance of owners and Skanska member of the Skanska founding partner and developers of commercial provisional NGBC board board member property Denmark: Poland: Logo under Prospective GBC Established GBCDevelopment Founded 2010 Founded 2007 Skanska founding partner and Skanska premium founding board member company and board member Finland: Sweden: Logo under Prospective GBC Prospective GBCDevelopment Founded 2010 Founded 2009 Skanska founding company and Skanska founding partner board member and board member Hungary: United Kingdom: Prospective GBC Established GBC Founded 2009 Founded 2007 Skanska board member Skanska Gold Leaf member 45
  46. 46. Tools to communicate Green− Color Palette− Green Communications strategy− Green Thinking, the book and power point− Green City− Green Urban Development Report− Green Symbol− Green Media Centre Responsible: Maria Lomholt & Malin Dalén GSU Communication 46
  47. 47. Green thinking Planning today for tomorrow Putting what we construct into the bigger picture Refurbishment is coming LEED Platium at level 32 Example of reduction class − 57 % reduction of energy24consupmtion Green Thinking − 40 % water use reduction − 80 % of construction waste recycled Green thinking 8 class Green Thinking There’s more to building a green society than just building Get your own copy at: www.skanska.com Green thinking is available as a power point on on OneSkanska, Green Communications. 1 class2 Feel free to chose and pick as it suits you. Green Thinking 47
  48. 48. Green CityGreen City is an interactive site that features ourjourney to deep Green. It presents a selection ofSkanskas great Green projects.The site is available for local adaptations.http://www.skanska.com/en/About-Skanska/Our-green-initiative/The-Green-City/ Contact Malin Dalén or your Country Web Manager for instructions on how to locolize the site. 48
  49. 49. Green Urban Development ReportThe purpose of this report series is to boostSkanskas position as an industry leader within GreenConstruction. The report will focus on future trendswithin Planning, Urban living, Development &Construction.www.skanska.com/greeninitative 49
  50. 50. Green Media CentreSkanskas Green Media Center is a tool for proactivePR. Here you will find information such as our Greenmessages, a shortlist of words and phrases to avoidGreen wash, actual spokespersons etc.one.skanska/greencommunications 50
  51. 51. Green SymbolOur green symbol is a "highlighter" - not a quality stamp. Itputs all our green efforts under one umbrella andcommunicates our commitment, our responsibility and ourconcern for the environment.It should be used whenever we want to put green in focusand it replaces local green symbols that have been usedpreviously 51
  52. 52. Skanska’s Green Initative“Skanska is determined to be the leading green project developer and contractor” 52

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