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Designing with glass to achieve estidama pearl ratings

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GulfGlass 2015

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Designing with glass to achieve estidama pearl ratings

  1. 1. PEARL COMMUNITY • FOR LARGE COMMUNITIES • ADEQUATE FOR DEVELOPMENTS OF MORE THAN 75,000 m2 PEARL BUILDING • FOR BUILDINGS • ADEQUATE FOR ONE OR MORE BUILDING WITH A TOTAL AREA OF LESS THAN 75,000 m2 PEARLVILLA • FORVILLAS • ADEQUATE FOR INDIVIDUAL HOMES AND VILLAS
  2. 2. DESIGN RATING CONSTRUCTION RATING OPERATIONAL RATING ??
  3. 3. Design rating ensures all the credits submitted at the design stage are achievable
  4. 4. Construction rating ensures that all credits submitted in design stage are achieved at the end of construction Design rating ensures all the credits submitted at the design stage are achievable
  5. 5. Operational rating ensures building continue to achieve the intent of design throughout its life (this rating is not yet implemented) Construction rating ensures that all credits submitted in design stage are achieved at the end of construction Design rating ensures all the credits submitted at the design stage are achievable
  6. 6. Consideration for local weather Consideration for the precious water Consideration for the particular nature Consideration for the cultural heritage Consideration for the Emirate urban development
  7. 7. Integration within Abu Dhabi’s vision 2030 Lower energy demand means lower energy cost Better maintenance plan means lower running cost Healthier environment means higher productivity Leadership in environmental friendliness Promotion of environmental awareness
  8. 8. WINDOWS SHADES
  9. 9. TRANSPARENT SPACES (OUTSIDEVUE) NATURAL LIGHTING
  10. 10. RE-R1 MINIMUM ENERGY REQUIRMENTS RE-1 IMPROVED ENERGY PERFORMANCE RE-2 COOL BUILDING STRATEGY
  11. 11. MANDATORY – RE-R1 #B-8: • COMPLY WITH ABU DHABI IECC 502, 503, 505 AND AN OPTION OF 506 • ACHIEVE ENERGY PERFORMANCE 12 % BETTERTHAN ASHRAE 90.1:2007 REQUIREMENTS MUNICIPALITY MINIMUM PROGRAM: • ACHIEVE GLASS PANEL UVALUE OF 1.8 W/m2K AND AN ASSEMBLY UVALUE OF 2.2W/m2K ENERGY PERFORMANCE CREDIT POINTS – RE-1: • DEMONSTRATE ENERGY PERFORMANCE 14% TO 60% BETTER THAN ASHRAE 90.1:2007 REQUIREMENTS TO ACHIEVE CREDIT POINTS 1 TO 15
  12. 12. COOL BUILDING STRATEGIS CREDIT POINTS – RE-2: • DEMONSTRATE PASSIVE DESIGN MEASURTES LEADTO HEAT REDUCTION OF 10%TO 50% COMPARED TO BASELINETO ACHIEVE CREDIT POINTS 1 TO 5 THROUGH: 1. ORIENTATION 2. GLAZING RATIO 3. SHGC 4. SHADING 5. AIRTIGHTNESS 6. INSULATION 7. ANY OTHER PASSIVE METHOD • USE COOL ROOF TO ACHIEVE AN ADDITION CREDIT POINT
  13. 13. LBi-7 / LV-8 DAYLIGHT & GLARE Lbi-8VIEWS
  14. 14. DAYLIGHT CREDIT POINTS – LBi-7 AND LV-8: • DEMONSTRATE AT 10AM, 12PM, 2PM ON THE EQUINOX AND THE SUMMER SOLSTICE: • OFFICES: 250 Lux ON WORK PLANE: 1CREDIT 50%, 2 CREDITS 75% • RESIDENTIAL: 200 Lux ON LIVING AREAS FLOOR: 1CREDIT 50%, 2 CREDITS 75% • SCHOOLS: 300 Lux ON WORK PLANE: 1CREDIT 75%, 2 CREDITS 90% • PROVIDE OCCUPANCY SENSORS AS REQUIRED GLARE (REQUIRED FORTHIS CREDIT)– LBi-7: • DEMONSTRATE GLARE CONTROL DEVICES ARE INSTALLED, IF AUTOMATED, IT MUST BE CONNECTED TO THE BMS. NOTE: RETAIL IS NOT ELIGIBLE FOR THIS CREDIT
  15. 15. SM-4 (BUILDING) DESIGN FOR DISASSEMBLY SM-6 (BUILDING) & SM-2 (VILLA) DESIGN FOR DURABILITY SM-8 (BUILDING) MATERIAL REUSE SM-9 (BUILDING) & SM-4 (VILLA) & IB#11 REGIONAL MATERIALS SM-10 (BUILDING) & SM-5 (VILLA) RECYCLED MATERIALS
  16. 16. SM-4 (BUILDING) DESIGN FOR DISASSEMBLY • 1 CREDIT: DEMONSTRATE 75% OF FAÇADE AREA CAN BE DISASSEMBLED SM-6 (BUILDING) & SM-2 (VILLA) DESIGN FOR DURABILITY • 1 CREDIT: PROVIDE A DURABILITY PLAN DEMONSTRATING IMPROVED DURABILITY FOR FAÇADE ELEMENTS AMONG OTHER ELEMENTS AND ENSURE MAINTENANCE IS EASY. SM-8 (BUILDING) MATERIAL REUSE • 1 CREDIT: DEMONSTRATETHAT THE TOTAL MATERIAL COST OF REUSED AND SALVAGED MATERIALS REPRESENTS 3% OF THE TOTAL MATERIAL COST, INCLUDING GLASS PANELS.
  17. 17. SM-9 (BUILDING) & SM-4 (VILLA) & IB#11 REGIONAL MATERIALS • 1 CREDIT: COST OF REGIONAL MATERIALS IS 5% OF TOTAL COST • 2 CREDITS: COST OF REGIONAL MATERIALS IS 10% OF TOTAL COST REGIONAL MATERIAL IS DEFINEDTO BE ORIGINATINGWITHING 500 KM OR MANUFACTURED WITHINTHE UAE BOUNDARIES. SIMPLE ASSEMBLY DOES NOT QUALIFY. SM-10 (BUILDING) & SM-5 (VILLA) RECYCLED MATERIALS • 1 CREDIT: COST OF RECYCLED MATERIALS IS 10% OF TOTAL COST. ACCEPTED COMBINATIONS OF THE FOLLOWING: • MINIMUM 30% POST-CONSUMER RECYCLED CONTENT • MINIMUM OF 80% POST-INDUSTRIAL CONTENT • 50% AGRICULTURALWASTE BY-PRODUCT
  18. 18. 3RD PARTY TESTING ENVELOPE U- VALUE
  19. 19. U-VALUETHIRD PARTY TESTING • THIRD-PARTYTEST CERTIFICATE DEMONSTRATING THERMAL PROPERTIES OF ELEMENTS
  20. 20. ENVELOPE U-VALUE • SHOP DRAWINGS HIGHLIGHTING ENVELOPE ELEMENTSWITH DIFFERENT U-VALUES
  21. 21. FERTIL NON-PROCESS BUILDINGS 6 3-PEARL RATED BUILDINGS 1ST EVER 3 PEARL RATED MOSQUE 1ST EVER 3 PEARL RATED WAREHOUSE a a a a
  22. 22. FERTIL NON-PROCESS BUILDINGS GLASS USED: SHGC: 28% SC: 0.22 UVALUE: 1.09W/M2k ARGON FILLED ASSEMBLY:6mm / 20 mm / 6mm FRAMES USED: THERMALLY BROKEN POWDER COATED ALUMINIUM SECTION ACHIEVEMENT: ACHIEVEDVIEWS POINT 14% ENERGY REDUCTION FULLY ACHIEVED COOL BUILDING STRATEGY (5 POINTS)

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