Hoare Lea - Buildings and Behaviour - April 2014

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Questions and intelligent client should be asking in a new build or refurbishment to acheive workable sustainability.

Questions and intelligent client should be asking in a new build or refurbishment to acheive workable sustainability.

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  • 1. April 2014 Hoare Lea Ten Questions an Intelligent Client should be asking in a New Build or a Refurbishment
  • 2. April 2014 Phil Summers - Hoare Lea philsummers@hoarelea.com Agenda: • Background • Q1 – Briefing • Q2 – Jargon Challenge • Q3 – Energy Use • Q4+ • Summary Introduction
  • 3. April 2014 Background 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
  • 4. April 2014 Q1 – The Brief SUSTAINABLE BUILDING: energy energy costs carbon footprint ethical impact EPC DEC BREEAM SKA LEED lifecycle costs cradle to grave maintenance? note: regulatory/planning minimum? • Not all equal • Conflict • Priorities • Balance Cost
  • 5. April 2014 Q2 – Jargon Challenge Engineers love it! Few minutes in a HL office: EPC DEC Criterion 3 NCM BER TER SEER ESEER LOR CRI UGR kVA THD PoE FCU BIM IFC model • Understand now? • Presumed knowledge – implicit information
  • 6. April 2014 Q3 – Energy Use Source: Carbon Trust – Closing the Gap Source: Carbon Trust – Closing the Gap Source: Nutec Group CIBSETM54: use it as part of design Occupant behaviour, correct model, controls, commissioning, build quality, etc
  • 7. April 2014 Q4+ • What is the impact of requesting X/Y/Z? • What changes could be easily done to make the building operate more efficiently? • Increased maintenance associated with “sustainability”? • Have you designed this before? • Do I really need X/Y/Z? • What will Part L 2014 mean to me? • Are feed-in tariffs still worth it?
  • 8. April 2014 Summary • Sustainability is complex • Challenge your team to talk in plain English • Know what you want • Part L ≠ BREEAM ≠ Actual energy use • CIBSETM54 key new tool in estimating actual energy use