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Healthcheck your workspace skanska go green low carbon workshop 25 july 2017

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Healthcheck your workspace skanska go green low carbon workshop 25 july 2017

  1. 1. Green Your Workspace using Skanska UK’s Color PaletteTM Ludi Hall-Drinkwater – Senior Environmental Advisor, Facilities Services Rachel Quinn – Senior Environmental Advisor, Buildings Central & Regions 1
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  4. 4. 4 Deep Green Aspirational projects, made possible through knowledge and pipeline Green Flagship Projects Stretching projects with green clients, design and supply chain – market positioning and pipeline Green Solutions Improving green performance across all projects – builds knowledge Skanska Revenue Green Business “Solutions, practices and services which improve position of Skanska revenue, aid winning of Green Flagship projects and ultimately delivery Deep Green Opportunities”
  5. 5. UK Business Plan Target – Planet Projects green / deep green 2020
  6. 6. Walking Through The Color Palette 6
  7. 7. Net Zero Energy • Uses as much or more renewable energy than fossil fuel energy • Mandatory for a building to be considered deep green 7
  8. 8. • 25% of UK electricity • Biomass • Onshore wind • Offshore wind • Solar – big mover • Tidal - trials • Inconsistent outputs Quiz question Which country invested the most in renewables in 2016? On average, what percentage of UK electricity comes from renewables?
  9. 9. Near Zero Carbon • Carbon associated with construction and materials • The impact of building a project • 75% better than the market norm • Mandatory for Infrastructure projects 9
  10. 10. Carbon - Currency of Green • Tonnes of carbon is the currency of green • Used to measure and scale environmental impacts • CO2 links well to money • 1 tonne CO2 = £200 electricity • = £500 diesel • Running our global budget in deficit
  11. 11. Carbon footprint • Carbon the currency of green • Calculation of the carbon emissions associated with a product, building or infrastructure • A carbon footprint is made of embodied and operational carbon
  12. 12. Materials • 3 Sub groups • Use Sustainable Materials • Traceable • Maximise recycled content / reuse • No Hazardous Materials • No waste to landfill 12
  13. 13. Materials Construction is one of the most inefficient industries in terms of consumption of finite resources
  14. 14. Circular Economy Video Rethinking the process https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zCRKvDyyHmI
  15. 15. Net Zero Water • Drinking water only used for human consumption • No mains water used for construction activities 15
  16. 16. Water – UK picture As a whole, the UK is not short of water, however some regions are ‘water-stressed’
  17. 17. 17 Skanska Projects The Deep Green Journey
  18. 18. 18 Skanska’s Bentley Works (Doncaster, £13m) Energy positive Dual-fuel heating system; biomass & waste oil from facility Solar panels Natural lighting and cooling LED lights Zero waste to landfill Rainwater harvesting Solar shading
  19. 19. Maple Cross Net Zero Primary Energy Net Zero Water Near Zero Carbon Construction Zero Unsustainable Materials4) Zero Hazardous Materials 5) Zero Waste localcodes,standardsand regulationsinplace 1 2 4 ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ 3 ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓= Current position ✓ = Post Retrofit position
  20. 20. Top Tips for Reducing Your Impact • Understand your scope; • What do you have control over and what can you just influence • Understand your current performance; • Create a benchmark which you can improve on • Don’t make it more complicated than it needs to be • Data data data… • It’s not all about big investment; • No cost/low cost 20
  21. 21. The Breakout Session… Objective: “To identify and share some viable green solutions for your workspaces and offices utilising Skanska’s Color PaletteTM”. How: • Use the Color Palette print outs and post it notes on your table to plot initiatives that you discuss. • We’ll start with your ideas and current initiatives! 21
  22. 22. To Finish… Bentley Works, Doncaster 22

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