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What is the impact of your workplace on your environment. A lot more than you think! An introduction into the issues and how to easily solve them

What is the impact of your workplace on your environment. A lot more than you think! An introduction into the issues and how to easily solve them

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  • Sustainable Design Last revision 23.04.2010
  • What it is…
  • …and how it benefitsyour business.
  • Our world isundergoing far-reachingchanges…
  • - ENVIRONMENTAL
  • - ENVIRONMENTAL- SOCIAL
  • - ENVIRONMENTAL- SOCIAL- ECONOMIC
  • ? ?But what is driving thesechanges?
  • Key drivers of changeClimate ChangeCarbon Trading Information FloodPopulation Growth InterconnectivityGlobalization Knowledge Driven Society Technology GLOBAL DRIVER S Flexibility Diversity Market Evolution
  • These changes are being driven from the very top…
  • Economic Benefits TRIPLE BOTTOM LINEEnvironmental Social Benefits Benefits
  • Economic Benefits TRIPLE BOTTOM LINEEnvironmental Social Benefits Benefits
  • EconomicENVIRONMENTAL Social CHANGE
  • Worldwide, commercial buildingsnow account for...
  • 17%OF ALL WATER CONSUMPTION. Source: World Green Building Council, 2008 (Kevin Hydes)
  • 25%OF ALL NEW TIMBER HARVESTED… Source: World Green Building Council, 2008 (Kevin Hydes)
  • 33%OF ALL CO2 EMISSIONS… Source: World Green Building Council, 2008 (Kevin Hydes)
  • 30 40%OF ALL ENERGY USAGE… Source: World Green Building Council, 2008 (Kevin Hydes)
  • 40 50%OF ALL NATURAL RESOURCES… Source: World Green Building Council, 2008 (Kevin Hydes)
  • A typical 18 STOREY OFFICE BLOCK …
  • Emits 900 CARS’worth of greenhousegases Source: World Green Building Council, 2008 (Kevin Hydes)per year.
  • EconomicEnvironmental SOCIAL CHANGE
  • The 10 most in demand jobs in2010…
  • ..simply did not exist in 2004.
  • Your business must plan for...
  • ...skills that have yet toemerge…
  • ..technologies that have yet toreach maturity…
  • ...challengesthat have yetto arise.
  • But business thrives onchange…
  • But business thrives onchange…- 1952 Open-plan office landscaping
  • But business thrives onchange…- 1952 Open-plan office landscaping- 1966 First knowledge worker
  • But business thrives onchange…- 1952 Open-plan office landscaping- 1966 First knowledge worker- 1975 First personal computer
  • But business thrives onchange…- 1952 Open-plan office landscaping- 1966 First knowledge worker- 1975 First personal computer- 1992 World Wide Web
  • But business thrives onchange…- 1952 Open-plan office landscaping- 1966 First knowledge worker- 1975 First personal computer- 1992 World Wide Web- 2000 Mobile Working
  • But business thrives onchange…- 1952 Open-plan office landscaping- 1966 First knowledge worker- 1975 First personal computer- 1992 World Wide Web- 2000 Mobile Working
  • Changeshouldbe welcomedand not feared!
  • ECONOMIC CHANGEEnvironmental Social
  • We are moving towards more mobility and flexibility
  • But just how critical is Sustainability? WITHIN 1-2 35% YEARS WITHIN 11% 3 YEARS ALREAD WITHIN 5 YEARS 4% Y 44% CRITICA MORE THAN 5% L NEVER1% 5 YEARS Source: Sustainability and Trends in Corporate Real Estate, CoreNet (2007)
  • A Global Telecommunications Provider
  • M Moser Beijing Beijing M Moser
  • SUSTAINABLEDESIGN:How it helps achieveyourBUSINESSOBJECTIVES
  • SOCIAL TOECONOMICBENEFITS
  • Increase staff productivity by between 5% - 16% Data drawn from statistics and real-life case studies provided by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, 2002
  • Increase attendance by up to 47% Data drawn from statistics and real-life case studies provided by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, 2002
  • Improve employee attraction and retention levels Data drawn from statistics and real-life case studies provided by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, 2002
  • Foster knowledge creation andsharing Data drawn from statistics and real-life case studies provided by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, 2002
  • Past sq. ft. = (Cost)
  • … meet….. collaborate… share ideas……create knowledge…
  • What are the tools? • Spaces to collaborate • Informal and break-out areas • Ergonomic design • Good acoustics • Open plan layout
  • ENVIRONMENTAL TO ECONOMIC BENEFITS
  • Source: Based on real-life case studies by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, 2002
  • Source: (US Green Building Council)
  • Improve employee health Change is made easier by modular and flexible workspaces Source: Based on real-life case studies by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, 2002
  • Leverage natural conditions…LightAir/VentilationWater
  • Take advantage of natural lighting - Layouts & materials that maximize the penetration of sunlight - Energy-efficient lighting - Desks with individual controls / task lights - Zoned areas with motion sensors
  • Improve air quality- Non-toxic paints, furniture & materials- Layouts that maximize fresh air and ventilation- Greenery and plants- Specially-ventilated area for photocopiers
  • Conserve water- Water-efficient dishwashers and toilets- Water-less urinals
  • Reduce!Re-Use!Recycle!
  • Materials Furniture Carpets*Layouts that *Modular units *Highly recycledreduce wastage simplify office content changes * Re-use where possible * Environmentally-friendly products * Sourcing locally minimizes transport-related pollution
  • Energy Consumption- Light- Ventilation- Appliances- Effective Waste management
  • How to deliver Sustainable DesignNeeds/Brief Hand-OverProject Move InKick-Off Feedback time PRE- PLANNING / DESIGN / CONSTRUCTI LEASE PRE- ENGINEERI ON DESIGN NGMilestone Client Project Building Sustainable Strategic Interior Design Engineers Construction Leader Analysi Design Planning Architecture / s Technolog y GREEN CERTIFICATION
  • Integrate everyone from day one!M Moser: - Integrates all skills under one roof - No self interests ~ only a shared goal - Fully accountable for EVERYTHING - Gives you a total turnkey workspace
  • WHY CERTIFY YOUR PROJECT? Quality control Branding opportunities Easier to attract and retain staff
  • Green Building Rating SystemsLEEDUSA Canada China IndiaBrazil Middle East MalaysiaBREEA CASBE EEW BEAM Green Mark GreenstarMUK Europe E Japan H Taiwan Hong Kong Singapore Australia
  • Why LEED Works for OurLEED Clients?Incorporates Interiors into LEED-CI (Corporate Interiors)their model World’s best known tenant fit-out benchmark Recognized model for healthy, high performance green interiors
  • LEED levels 4 points-based RATING SYSTEMS 52-69 LEED-CI / LEED-NC 42-57 39-51 32-41 33-38 25-32 27-3121-26CERTIFIE SILVER GOLD PLATINU
  • LEED Categories (points within rating systems) 7 pts. Sustainable Water 2 pts. Sites Efficiency12 pts. Energy & Innovation & 5 pts. Atmosphere Design Indoor 14 pts. Materials & Environmental 5 pts. Resources Quality
  • M Moser: LEED Capabilities & Strengths7 qualified LEED Deliver the highestAPs, plus Green LEED rating at theMark and Green lowest cost, withoutStar APs compromising businessSeamless multi- We are helpingservice integration develop local CIvia a single point of rating systems inresponsibility HK and Singapore
  • Green Design: Typical Cost ImplicationsConventional Building Cost (100%) Additiona l CostPLATINUM (2 buildings) 6.8%GOLD (9 buildings) 2.2%SILVER (21 buildings) 1.9%CERTIFIED (8 buildings) 0.7%Source: US Green Building Council Research, 2007
  • M Moser BeijingLEED Gold Certification *(pending)
  • Open workspaceOriginal fixtures with greater staffreplaced with interactivity andwater saving natural lightingmodels >Reduction: 20% Re-Used Bamboo Furniture flooring and finishes
  • HVAC ZONINGLIGHT- > Providing LIGHTINGSHELF maximum HVAC> Redirection efficiency CONTROLproviding SYSTEMambient lighting > 35% energy saving & optimal lighting efficiency FABRIC WALL ENERGY > Re-using selected fabrics STAR IT EQUIPMENT > 70% of PCs, monitors, printers, photocopiers are CARPET ENERGY STAR > Custom certified designed, with TASK LIGHT one third of RE-USED > 7W for each recycled content FURNITURE workstation, instead of > Reuse of 30% 25W, thus achieving of Furniture & better energy effiency Furnishings
  • Why Sustainable Design at all?LONG TERM BENEFITS!- less costs better productivity- better talent attraction and retention level- happier and healthier staff- Supported by some governments like Singapore through different policies- Better CSR
  • NOKIA BEIJING PIC INTEGRATED DESIGN: Sustainable Design in 2008: worked on 2,466,902 sqf Completed and Certified: 849,348 sqf Over 500 people 11 Offices globally Established 1981 >150 global clients
  • Rating Systems & OrganizationsU.S. Green Building Council / Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)http://www.usgbc.org/Canada Green Building Council (LEED)http://www.cagbc.org/BRE Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM)http://www.breeam.org/Comprehensive Assessment System for Building Environmental Efficiency (CASBEE)http://www.ibec.or.jp/CASBEE/HK-BEAM Societyhttp://www.hk-beam.org.hk/Taiwan Green Building Council / EEWHhttp://www.taiwangbc.org.tw/Building Environmental Assessment Methodhttp://www.bec.org.hk/eng/hkbeam.aspxGreen Starhttp://www.gbca.org.au/green-star/Green Markhttp://www.greenmark.sg/Hong Kong Professional Green Building Councilhttp://www.hkpgbc.org/World Green Building Councilhttp://www.worldgbc.org/
  • Informational ResourcesGreensource Magazinehttp://greensource.construction.com/Wikipedia LEEDhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Leadership_in_Energy_and_Environmental_DesignOECD Environment Directoratehttp://www.oecd.org/department/0,3355,en_2649_33713_1_1_1_1_1,00.htmlSustainable Design Forumhttp://www.sustainabledesignforum.com/Green @ Work Magazinehttp://www.greenatworkmag.com/GreenBiz – Daily news on green businesshttp://www.greenbiz.com/