GBI: Role of BS

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This slide is a presentation during 15th International Surveyors' Congress on 28 Jun 2013 @ Hotel Istana, KL. Its demonstrates the role of BS in GBI. It doesn't mean exclusively done by BS, but just highlighting the relevant competency.

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GBI: Role of BS

  1. 1. GREEN BUILDING Role of Building Surveyors INDEX (GBI) Adi Irfan Che-Ani, UKM Azzalilah Ramdani Musa, UKM Norngainy MohdTawil, UKM HafsahYahaya,TWINTECH Ahmad Sairi, MPKj 15th International Surveyors’ Congress Hotel Istana, Kuala Lumpur 28 June 2013
  2. 2. Part A Part B Part C  Building Surveyors involvement in GBI  GBI Assessment • Energy Efficiency • Indoor Environmental Quality • Sustainable Site Planning + Management • Materials and Resources • Water Efficiency • Innovation  Sample of GBI assessment on SOHO Nucleus, Mutiara Damansara Scope of Presentation
  3. 3. Building Surveyors involvement in Green Building Index (GBI) 1. GBI facilitator 2. Coordination of GBI assignment among the project team 3. Submitting person • 1- 6 GBI assessment 4. Specific BS role in GBI scoring strategy blog.equiprent.com
  4. 4. GBI Assessment 6 AssessmentCriteria EE • Energy Efficiency EQ • Indoor Environmental Quality SM • Sustainable Site Planning & Management MR • Material & Resources WE • Water Efficiency IN • Innovation 1 6 GBIAssessmentCriteria www.constructionlawsignal.com
  5. 5. EE Energy Efficiency GBI Assessment Criteria EE 7 • Post Occupancy commissioning EE 8 • EE verification EE 9 • Sustainable maintenance www.ucl.ac.uk
  6. 6. EQ Indoor Environmental Quality GBI Assessment Criteria www.tradiantcad.com EQ 12 EQ 14 EQ 15 • External view • IAQ before and during occupancy • Post occupancy comfort survey
  7. 7. SM Sustainable Site Planning & Management GBI Assessment Criteria www.constructionweekonline.in SM1 - Site selection SM3 - Development density & community connectivity SM4 - Environment Management SM5 - Earthwork- construction activity pollution control SM6 - Qlassic SM7 - Workers' site amenities SM8 - Public transportation access SM9 - Green vehicle Priority SM10 - Parking capacity SM12 - Greenery & roof SM13 - Building user manual
  8. 8. MR Material & Resources GBI Assessment Criteria www.ecotechmo.com • Storage & Collections of RecyclablesMR 5 • ConstructionWaste Management MR 6
  9. 9. WE Water Efficiency GBI Assessment Criteria No specific role www.qatargreenleaders.com
  10. 10. IN Innovation GBI Assessment Criteria www.knowledge4innovation.eu IN 1 Innovation In Design & Environmental Design Initiatives IN2 Green Building Index Accredited Facilitator
  11. 11. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H0fGSBwu19I
  12. 12. SAMPLE OF GBI ASSESSMENT Open Plan Office Towers (8 & 20 storey) SOHO, Nucleus, Mutiara Damansara Credit to my GBI Facilitator group, G5: ChowYew Meng, David WangTeng Peng, Hin FukYi, Hossam Eldien Elsawwaf, Kuan FookYee, Mohd Fuad Ahmad
  13. 13. Project Background SOHO @ Nucleus, Mutiara Damansara Property address Lot area Total land area Gross floor area Plot ratio Development ratio Parking bay Parking bay (OKU) Lot 67329 & 67330, Jalan PJU 7/7, Mutiara Damansara, Petaling Jaya, Selangor 2.10 acre 8516 m2 25430.8 3.0 1:3.0 383 (authority requirement) 8
  14. 14. GBI Assessment Part Item Max Points Baseline 1 Energy Efficiency 35 2 2 Indoor Environmental Quality 21 9 3 Sustainable Site Planning & Management 16 8 4 Material & Resources 11 2 5 Water Efficiency 10 0 6 Innovation 7 0 Total Score 100 21 AssessmentCriteria Score Summary
  15. 15. Energy EfficiencyEE
  16. 16. Assessment Criteria Score Summary & Estimated Cost Criteria Item Points Baseline MS1525 Gold Cost EE ENERGY EFFICIENCY EE 1 Min EE performance 1 0 1 1 1,353,609 EE 2 Lighting zone 3 1 1 3 51,000 EE 3 Electrical sub-metering 1 1 1 1 - EE 4 Renewable energy 5 0 0 5 800,ooo EE 5 Advanced EE performance-BEI 15 0 0 5 -1,298,800 EE 6 Enhanced commissioning 3 0 0 3 120,000 EE 7 Post Occupancy commissioning 2 0 0 2 40,000 EE 8 EE verification 2 0 2 2 - EE 9 Sustainable maintenance 3 0 2 3 40,000 TOTAL = 35 2 7 25 1,105,809
  17. 17. EE1 Minimum EE Performance OTTV CALCULATIONS - BASELINE (BLOCK A + BLOCK B) ELEVATION Façade area (A) m² Constant Solar Absorption Factor (α) Window to Wall Ratio (WWR) (1-WWR) U-Value W/m²k (Uv) Orientation Correction Factor (CF) Shading Coeff (SC=SC₁xSC₂) Termal Transfer Value (OTTV) AxOTTVHEATCONDUCTIONTROUGHWALLS N (block A) ground fl. Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 210 15 0.25 0.50 0.50 2.78 N/A N/A 5.21 1,094.63 N (block A) 1st to 6th fl. Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 755 15 0.25 0.41 0.59 2.78 - - 6.15 4,643.82 N (block A) 1st to 6th fl. (stairs) Wall (full glazing) 120 15 0.25 1.00 0.00 2.78 - - 0.00 - N (block A) 7th floor Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 20 15 0.25 0.85 0.15 2.78 - - 1.56 31.28 N (block B) gr. fl.(exc. stairs) Wall (full glazing) 55 15 0.25 1.00 0.00 2.78 - - 0.00 - N (block B) 1st to 19th fl. Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 1285 15 0.25 0.17 0.83 2.78 - - 8.65 11,118.78 N/E (block A) ground fl. Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 130 15 0.25 0.47 0.53 2.78 - - 5.53 718.28 N/E (block A) 1st to 6th fl. Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 665 15 0.25 0.37 0.63 2.78 - - 6.57 4,367.55 N/E (block A) 7th floor Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 60 15 0.25 0.60 0.40 2.78 - - 4.17 250.20 N/E (block B) ground fl. Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 150 15 0.25 0.91 0.09 2.78 - - 0.94 140.74 N/E (block B) 1st to 19th fl. Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 1720 15 0.25 0.51 0.49 2.78 - - 5.11 8,786.19 N/E (block B) towers - louvers Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 210 15 0.25 0.61 0.39 2.78 - - 4.07 853.81 N/E (block B) towers - no louvers Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 210 15 0.25 0.61 0.39 2.78 - - 4.07 853.81 E (block A) ground fl. Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 70 15 0.25 0.87 0.13 2.78 - - 1.36 94.87 E (block A) 1st to 6th fl. Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 490 15 0.25 0.38 0.62 2.78 - - 6.46 3,167.12 E (block A) gr. to 6th fl. (stairs) Wall (full glazing) 85 15 0.25 1.00 0.00 2.78 - - 0.00 - E (block A) 7th floor Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 50 15 0.25 0.62 0.38 2.78 - - 3.96 198.08 E (block B) ground fl. Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 135 15 0.25 0.91 0.09 2.78 - - 0.94 126.66 E (block B) 1st to 19th fl. Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 1485 15 0.25 0.60 0.40 2.78 - - 4.17 6,192.45 E (block B) towers - louvers Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 210 15 0.25 0.61 0.39 2.78 - - 4.07 853.81 E (block B) towers - no louvers Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 210 15 0.25 0.61 0.39 2.78 - - 4.07 853.81 S (block A) ground fl. Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 275 15 0.25 0.49 0.51 2.78 - - 5.32 1,462.11 S (block A) 1st to 6th fl. Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 830 15 0.25 0.40 0.60 2.78 - - 6.26 5,191.65 S (block A) 1st to 6th fl. (stairs) Wall (full glazing) 120 15 0.25 1.00 0.00 2.78 - - 0.00 - S (block A) 7th floor Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 20 15 0.25 0.55 0.45 2.78 - - 4.69 93.83 S (block B) ground fl. (exc. shaft) Wall (full glazing) 65 15 0.25 1.00 0.00 2.78 - - 0.00 - S (block B) 1st to 19th fl. Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 1365 15 0.25 0.10 0.90 2.78 - - 9.38 12,807.11 S/W (block A) ground fl. Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 75 15 0.25 0.41 0.59 2.78 - - 6.15 461.31 S/W (block A) 1st to 6th fl. Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 780 15 0.25 0.41 0.59 2.78 - - 6.15 4,797.59 S/W (block A) 7th floor Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 65 15 0.25 0.64 0.36 2.78 - - 3.75 243.95 S/W (block B) ground fl. Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 140 15 0.25 0.00 1.00 2.78 - - 10.43 1,459.50 S/W (block B) 1st to 19th fl. Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 1585 15 0.25 0.42 0.58 2.78 - - 6.05 9,583.70 S/W (block B) towers - louvers Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 170 15 0.25 0.62 0.38 2.78 - - 3.96 673.46 S/W (block B) towers - no louvers Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 170 15 0.25 0.62 0.38 2.78 - - 3.96 673.46 W (block A) ground fl. Wall (full glazing) 85 15 0.25 1.00 0.00 2.78 - - 0.00 - W (block A) 1st to 7th fl. Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 325 15 0.25 0.30 0.70 2.78 - - 7.30 2,371.69 W (block B) ground fl. (exc. stairs) Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 130 15 0.25 0.63 0.37 2.78 - - 3.86 501.44 W (block B) 1st to 19th fl. Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 1330 15 0.25 0.52 0.48 2.78 - - 5.00 6,655.32 W (block B) stairs + towers - louvers Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 475 15 0.25 0.77 0.23 2.78 - - 2.40 1,138.93 W (block B) towers - no louvers Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 230 15 0.25 0.54 0.46 2.78 - - 4.80 1,102.97 N/W (block A) ground fl. Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 100 15 0.25 0.70 0.30 2.78 - - 3.13 312.75 N/W (block A) 1st to 6th fl. Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 210 15 0.25 0.45 0.55 2.78 - - 5.73 1,204.09 N/W (block A) 7th floor Wall (RC frame/110mm brick + spray tile paint) 25 15 0.25 0.62 0.38 2.78 - - 3.96 99.04 TOTAL HEAT CONDUCTION THROUGH WALLS 15α(1-WWR)Uw 179.31 95,179.73 Baseline OTTV Calculations (1 0f 3)
  18. 18. EE7 Post Occupancy Commissioning All the tenancy fit-out works shall be submitted to the design engineer for review and approve for construction before any fit-out works can be carried to ensure the original design intent of EE and IEQ is not compromised Important checklists are: • The choice of lightings proposed – must be energy efficient lightings • Materials used - to ensure that no materials that can pollute the indoor air quality and the health of the occupants are allowed. Examples are choice of paints & carpets selected Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 0 0 2 40,000
  19. 19. EE7 Post Occupancy Commissioning Upon completion of the fit-out works, he will verify and fine-tune the installation to suit. Within 12 months of practical completion or maybe earlier if there is at least 50% of occupancy, the appointed CxS will carry out a full post commissioning of the building’s energy related system to verify their system performance is still sustained in conjunction with the completed tenancy fit-outs. The estimated additional cost of post commissioning by appointing the same CxS is RM40,000.00
  20. 20. EE8 EEVerification The building will use Energy Management System to monitor and analyze energy consumption which includes reading of sub-meters. The EMS’s Maximum Demand Limiting program shall be fully commissioned within 12 months of practical completion or an earlier date where there is at least 50% occupancy. Functions of the Energy Management System • Identify equipments that will be on the Maximum Demand Limiting program. i.e. car park ventilation fans, building exhaust fans ,water pumps, chillers etc • Design a trend logging on the EMS to document down the effectiveness of the demand limiting program and do the necessary program changes if required Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 0 2 2 -
  21. 21. EE8 EEVerification •Design a trend logging on the EMS to document down the effectiveness of the demand limiting program and do the necessary program changes if required •Design a trend logging to monitor all power consumption items required for BEI computation The actual building BEI can then be verified for the completed building. There shall be no additional cost incurred as the EMS system shall be programmed and commissioned to monitor the building energy consumption in MS1525.
  22. 22. EE9 Sustainable Maintenance At least 50% of permanent building maintenance team will be stationed at site 3 months in advance before practical completion to ensure that the team fully participated in the testing & commissioning of all building energy related system and be familiarized with them. Evidence of documented plan for at least 3 years facility maintenance and maintenance budget (including staffing and outsourced contracts) will be provided Maintenance Budget items are: • Staff cost including training cost • General Housekeeping including façade cleaning– outsourced contract • Lift maintenance – outsourced contract Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 0 2 3 40,000
  23. 23. EE9 Sustainable Maintenance •Air conditioning maintenance – airside •Air conditioning maintenance – chiller plant c/w water treatment •Electrical Installation inspection by Competent Engineer •Electrical Protection relays calibration •EMS maintenance contract – to cover for program modifications and general upkeep of system •Ultrasonic and thermal scanning of electrical system to detect for early signs of failure •Cleaning of domestic & rainwater storage water tanks •Lighting re-lamping •Landscaping •Fire fighting system maintenance contract •Consumable items •Yearly IAQ testing •Quarterly Testing for legionella bacteria at cooling towers
  24. 24. EE9 Sustainable Maintenance A designated maintenance office, fully equipped with all the necessary facilities, tools, instrumentation and inventory storage will be provided Proposed Maintenance Office at Block B, Ground Floor Plan
  25. 25. Indoor Environmental QualityEQ
  26. 26. Assessment Criteria Score Summary & Estimated Cost Criteria Item Points Baseline MS1525 Gold Cost EQ INDOOR ENVIRONMENT QUALITY EQ 1 Min IAQ performance 1 1 1 1 - EQ 2 ETS control 1 1 1 1 - EQ 3 Carbon dioxide monitoring and control 1 0 0 1 70,000 EQ 4 Indoor air pollutants 2 0 0 2 - EQ 5 Mould prevention 1 1 1 1 - EQ 6 Thermal comfort: design and control 2 0 1 2 325,000 EQ 7 Air change effectiveness 1 0 0 0 0 EQ 8 Daylighting 2 2 2 2 0 EQ 9 Daylight glare control 1 0 0 1 100,000 EQ 10 Electric lighting levels 1 1 1 1 Incl in EE5 EQ 11 High frequency ballasts 1 0 0 1 Incl in EE5 EQ 12 External view 2 2 2 2 - EQ 13 Internalnoise level 1 1 1 1 42,000 EQ 14 IAQ before and during occcupancy 2 0 0 2 - EQ 15 Post occupancy comfort survey 2 0 0 2 30,000 TOTAL = 21 9 10 20 567,000
  27. 27. EQ12 External Views Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 2 2 2 -  More than 75% of the NLA has external views through windows  To adopt ‘Open Plan Concept’  Meeting rooms and managerial rooms to be located away from windows in order to maximize the external views  Low cubicle partition vision glass panels to be used • More than 75 % of NLA has a direct line sight through vision glazing
  28. 28. EQ14 IAQ Before & During Occupancy Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 0 0 2 - Air Flushing Within 12 months of occupancy, conduct IAQ testing to demonstrate maximum concentrations for pollutants are not exceeded according to the Indoor Air Quality Code of Malaysia Permanent air flushing system of at least 10 air changes/ hour operation is installed for use during occupancy stage Periodically check supply air and outdoor air flows
  29. 29. EQ15 Post Occupancy Comfort Survey:Verification Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 0 0 2 30,000 Survey to be conducted by a third party within 12 months of occupancy: • thermal & RH comfort • visual comfort • acoustic comfort • co2,VOC, odour comfort
  30. 30. Sustainable Site Planning & Management SM
  31. 31. Assessment Criteria Score Summary and Estimated Cost CRITERIA ITEM Points Baseline MS1525 Gold Cost SM SUSTAINABLE SITE PLANNING & MANAGEMENT SM 1 Site selection 1 1 1 1 - SM 2 Brownfield Redevelopment 1 0 0 0 - SM 3 Development density & community connectivity 2 2 2 2 - SM 4 Environment Management 2 0 0 2 42,995 SM 5 Earthwork-construction activity pollution control 1 1 1 1 - SM 6 Qlassic 1 0 0 1 - SM 7 Workers' site amenities 1 1 1 1 - SM 8 Public transportation access 1 1 1 1 - SM 9 Green vehicle Priority 1 0 0 1 - SM 10 Parking capacity 1 1 1 1 - SM 11 Stormwater design-Quantity & quality control 1 0 0 0 - SM 12 Greenery & roof 2 1 1 2 80,120 SM 13 Building user manual 1 0 0 1 - TOTAL = 16 8 8 14 123,115.00
  32. 32. SM1 Site Selection Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 1 1 1 - Proposed site does not meet any of the following criteria: •Prime agricultural land •Forest reserve or State Environmental Protection Zones •Within 30m of any wetlands as defined by the Structure Plan OR within setback distances from wetlands •Previously undeveloped land that is within 30 m of Mean High Water Spring (MHWS) sea level •Previously undeveloped land that is within 20 m of lake, river, stream and tributary •Land which prior to acquisition for the project was public parkland
  33. 33. SM3 Development Density & Community Connectivity Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 2 2 2 - Level sq m sq m NLA Remarks 10-17 7859.20 6680.32 @85% 1-9 8730.00 8841.60 10542.96 @60% Total Fl Area 8,730.00 16,700.80 17,223.28 Land Area 8,516.00 2.10 2.10 Density 88,098.41 sq.ft (A) Development Density REQUIREMENT: Minimum Density of 20,300 m2 per hectare net (87,000 sq.ft per acre net) Floor Area Calculation, as below:
  34. 34. SM3 Development Density & Community Connectivity (B) Community Connectivity REQUIREMENT: Proposed new building which meets the following criteria: •within 1km of residential zone or neighbourhood with an average density of 25 units per hectare net (10 units per acre net) •within 1 km of at least 10 Basic Services (refer below) •with pedestrian access between the building and the services. 1) Bank (Tesco, Curve) 6) Post Office (@ Ikano) 2) Place of Worship (Surau (Tesco,Curve, Mosque TTDI) 7) Restaurant (Tesco,Curve) 3) Convenience / Grocery (Tesco ) 8) School (SMK Bandar Utama) 4) Park (Mutiara Damansara Recreation Park) 9) Supermarket (Tesco, Cold Storage) 5) Pharmacy (Tesco Watson) 10) Fitness Centre (Celebity Fitness Centre)
  35. 35. SM3 Development Density & Community Connectivity Within 1 km radius
  36. 36. SM4 Environment Management (A) Conservation: On previously developed or graded site, restore or protect a minimum of 50% of the site area (excluding the building footprint) with native or adaptive vegetation. Total Land Area 8516 m2 Building footprint 2300 m2 Remaining area 6216 m2 (Road, hardscape & landscape) 50% remaining area 3108 m2 Proposed vegetation area Ground level 3423 m2 (Softscape & trees with shade) So, 3423 > 3108 m2 Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 0 0 2 42,995
  37. 37. SM4 Environment Management (A) Open Space: Provide vegetated open space within the project boundary to exceed the local zoning’s open space requirement for the site by 25%. Proposed existing vegetation at Ground Floor to exceed the local zoning’s open space requirement for the site by 25%. Petaling Jaya’s (PJ) open space requirement is 20%. •PJ Open space requirement= 20% x 8516 = 1703.2 m2 •Additional 25% = 25% x 1703.2 = 425.8 m2 •Total open space requirement = 1703.2 + 425.8 = 2129 m2 •Vegetation at Ground Floor= 3423 m2 is exceed 2129 m2 Additional landscape cost (area for vegetation at ground floor – PJ open space) = 3423 – 1703.2 = 1719.8 m2 = RM 25 x 1719.8 = RM 42,995
  38. 38. SM4 Environment Management
  39. 39. SM4 Environment Management Plant name (Common Name) Characteristics Ground Covers Rhoeo spathacea, (dwarf variety) (Moses-in-a-boat) Attractive colour wedelia trilobata, Creeping Daisy Easy to maintain, yellow flowers Tradescantia pallida ‘Purpurea’ (Purple Heart) Interesting shade of purple foliage, pink flowers Vines Allamanda cathartica (Golden Trumpet) Easy to maintain Rhoeo spathacea, wedelia trilobata, Tradescantia pallida ‘Purpurea’
  40. 40. SM5 Earthworks: Construction Activity Pollution Control Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 1 1 1 - In the Tender Stage, the requirement to establish an Erosion Sedimentation Control (ESC) Plan is clearly documented. The successfully contractor shall be supervised to ensure the ESC specifications are strictly complied in order to accomplish the following objectives: •Prevent loss of soil during construction by storm water runoff and/or wind erosion, including protecting topsoil by stockpiling for reuse. •Prevent sedimentation of storm sewer or receiving stream. Prevent polluting the air with dust or particulate matters. Drive through bath
  41. 41. SM5 Earthworks: Construction Activity Pollution Control During Construction Stage, the ESC specifications/ measures undertaken by the contractors are: •Laying interlocking pavers at the entrance to construction site. •Construct wash trough nearest to exit to wash and clean the vehicles before leaving the site. •To construct temporary earth drain, silt trap and sedimentation basin to control soil erosion and the quality of water discharge. •To protect the cut earth slope and disturbed earth surfaces with temporary cover such as plastic sheets.
  42. 42. SM5 Earthworks: Construction Activity Pollution Control During Construction Stage, the ESC specifications/ measures undertaken by the contractors are (cont’d) •To compact the earth slope immediately after cutting and carry out turfing or hydro-seeding as soon as possible to prevent soil erosion. •To water the exposed earth surfaces at regular intervals during good weather to prevent dust and particulate matters from polluting the air. The tender document is deemed to have also stipulated this requirement (Environmental Management Plan EMCP by main contractor which submitted to the Owner). The sample is as below. Shall be specified in the tender specification. No additional cost incurred.
  43. 43. SM6 QLASSIC Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 0 0 1 - Quality Assessment System in construction (Qlassic) is a system or method to measure and evaluate the quality of workmanship of a construction work based on the relevant approved standard. One (1) point will be gain simply by controlling the quality of workmanship in construction work to achieve a minimum score of 70%.
  44. 44. SM6 QLASSIC The requirement of minimum 70% score shall be specified in the tender specification so that the contractor is aware of the expectation and hence maintaining the quality of workmanship throughout the project. There shall be no additional cost as CIDB is give this assessment free-of- charge at the moment.
  45. 45. SM7 Workers Site Amenities Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 1 1 1 - •Temporary Accommodation for Workers - site accommodation is not allowed - Provide temporary rented accommodation nearby site - Provide transport vehicles to and fro the site •Portable Toilets -provide adequate portable toilets based on number of workers (including subcontractors) •Health & Hygiene Facilities -provide trained and qualified Health & Safety Officer on site as required by DOSH. -Provide facilities - First Aid room, first aid box, piped clean water for drinking & washing •Waste Disposal -ensure that minimum waste is created; reduce, reuse & recycle. No additional cost incurred.
  46. 46. SM7 Workers Site Amenities Toilet at every alternate floor Portable toilet on the ground Rubbish disposal Emergency & first aid room
  47. 47. SM8 PublicTransportation Access Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 1 1 1 - •Locate project within 1km of an existing, or planned and funded, commuter rail, or light rail station OR •Locate project within 500m of at least one bus stop. 500m radius Bus stop
  48. 48. SM9 GreenVehicle Priority Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 0 0 1 - Car park requirements: Site Area8516 m2 GFA proposed25430.8 m2 Occupant load =25430.8 m2 / 14 m2 = 1816.4 Preferred parking =5% of Full Time Equivalent (FTE) occupants =1816.4/ 4 (person per car) =454 cars x 5% =23 nos. reserved car park bays for green vehicles. The bays is located at Aras Bawah 1.
  49. 49. SM10 Parking Capacity Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 1 1 1 - Car park requirements: 383 (as not to exceed minimum local zoning requirement) Car park provided:450 Omission:450-383 = 67 Car park allocation:Green vehicle + OKU + Preferred parking for carpool/vanpool (5%) *Preferred parking for carpool/vanpool (5% from 383) = 23 + 8 + (5% from 383) = 23 + 8 + 20 = 51 To provide 20 car park bays for carpools and vanpools. So, 51 car park bays are located adjacent to lift lobby at Aras Bawah Tanah 1. No additional cost incurred.
  50. 50. SM10 Parking Capacity 51 car park bays are located adjacent to lift lobby at Aras Bawah Tanah 1 Aras Bawah Tanah 1
  51. 51. SM12 Greenery & Roof Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 1 1 2 80,120 (A) Hardscape and greenery application The strategy is to: •Provide pervious paving materials with SRI of at least 29 at driveway area; •Provide shades within the perimeter landscape area on ground level; and •Provide open grid pavement system.
  52. 52. SM12 Greenery & Roof Hardscape and greenery should > 50% of total hardscape Total hardscape and greenery = 6410m2 50% of hardscape = 50% x 6410 = 3205 m2 Hardscape and greenery = open grid paving system + trees with shade = 2299 + 920 = 3219 m2 So, 3219 > 3205 m2.
  53. 53. SM12 Greenery & Roof (B) Roof application Proposed development complied: Roof Type – Low slope < 2: 12, has SRI of 78. Part 3 : = (Area of SRI /0.75) + Area of vegetated roof / 0.5) >/ Total Roof Area = (Block A & B / 0.75 ) + ( 0 / 0.5 ) ≥ 1952.40 m2 = 2603.2 > 1952.4 m2 – Complied Proposed to use PU white paint roof coating with SRI of 85 Additional cost: = PU coating at RM 50 per sqm x roof area of coating (roof area – M&E equipment area) M&E equipment area (water tank and cooling tower) = 60+140+50+100=350m2 = RM 50 x (1952.40 – 350 m2) = RM 50 x 1602.40 m2 = RM 80,120
  54. 54. SM13 Building User Manual Shall be specified in the tender specification. No additional cost incurred since this Building User Manual (BUM) Documentation is part of fees applicable to provision of basic GBI Facilitator services. The coordination of preparing the BUM shall be carried out by a competent person. For this purpose, it is part of the responsibility of appointed Facility Manager and/or Building Executive. Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 0 0 1 Incl. IN2 Building User Manual
  55. 55. SM13 Building User Manual Acknowledgement Preface SECTION 1 (INTRODUCTION) 1.1 GENERAL 1.1.1 Purpose 1.1.2 Scope 1.1.3 Project Quality Objective 1.1.4 Handing Over Management 1.2 MALAYSIAN TOTAL ASSET MANAGEMENT (PAM) 1.2.1 Dasar Pengurusan Aset Kerajaan (DPAK) 1.2.2 Manual Pengurusan Aset Menyeluruh (MPAM) 1.3 GOVERNMENT NEEDS STATEMENT 1.4 GOVERNMENT REQUIREMENTS SECTION 2 (PROJECT INFORMATION) 2.1 INTRODUCTION OF THE PROJECT 2.1.1 Site Background 2.1.2 Site Characteristic 2.1.3 Environmental Studies 2.1.4 SWOT Analysis 2.1.5 Site Proposal 2.2 PROJECT INFORMATION / DESCRIPTION 2.3 MAINTENANCE ORGANIZATION/ CONSULTANT 2.3.1 Maintenance Department Organization 2.3.2 Scope of Work of Maintenance Personnel 2.4 GREEN BUILDING INDEX (GBI) SECTION 2.4.1 Overall Score Summary 2.4.2 Green Building features (passive and active) 2.5 RULES, REGULATIONS AND STANDARDS 2.6 LOCAL AUTHORITY DOCUMENTATION 2.6.1 Process of Plan Approval 2.6.2 Records of Plan Approval Building User Manual
  56. 56. SM13 Building User Manual 2.7 BUILDING BACKGROUND / INFORMATION 2.7.1 Fire Safety Manual / Health & Safety 2.7.2 Design Philosophy - Special Design Features 2.7.3 Drawing and Drawing Record -As Built Drawing- inclusive of soft copy -Technical Specification-inclusive of softcopy 2.7.3 Construction Phase - Knowing the construction process 2.7.4 Change Management 2.7.5 Asset Register - Inclusive of Warranty and Guarantee Management – M&E SECTION 3 (MAINTENANCE BUSINESS PROCESS)-FM SERVICES 3.1 INTRODUCTION Working Hours Work Order-Complaint Process Customer Care Centre FACILITIES MANAGEMENT Civil Maintenance Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing House Keeping Services Pest Control Services Landscape Services Security Guards Building User Manual
  57. 57. SM13 Building User Manual SECTION 4 (BUILDING OPERATION & COMMISIONING) INTRODUCTION OF BUILDING OPERATION AND MANUAL 4.2 OPERATION AND MANUAL Description and Operation of Civil List / Contact person of Supplier & Manufacturer Structure of the building List / Contact person of Supplier & Manufacturer Operation of Mechanical System List / Contact person of Supplier & Manufacturer Operation of Electrical System List / Contact person of Supplier & Manufacturer SECTION 5 (BUILDING MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT) INTRODUCTION OF BUILDING MAINTENANCE AND MANAGEMENT Maintenance Schedule and Frequency Planned Preventive Maintenance (PPM) – Building- Daily, weekly, monthly, yearly PPM for C&S - Daily, weekly, monthly, yearly PPM for M&E- Daily, weekly, monthly, yearly SECTION 6 (APPENDIX) Building User Manual
  58. 58. Materials & ResourcesMR
  59. 59. Assessment Criteria Score Summary & Estimated Cost Criteria Item Points Baseline MS1525 Gold Cost MR MATERIALS & RESOURCES MR 1 Material reuse and selection 2 0 0 2 - MR 2 Recycled content materials 2 0 0 1 - MR 3 Regional material 1 1 1 1 - MR 4 Sustainable timber 1 0 0 1 - MR 5 Storage and collection of recyclables 1 0 0 1 10,000 MR 6 Construction waster management 2 0 0 1 - MR 7 Refrigerants & clean agents 2 1 1 1 - TOTAL = 11 2 2 8 10,000
  60. 60. MR5 Storage & Collections of Recyclables Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 0 0 1 10,000 > Facilitate reduction of waste generated during Construction and during building occupancy that is hauled and disposed of in landfills. Strategy: During building occupancy stage 1) Provide dedicated area(s) and storage for collection of non hazardous materials for recycling & provide permanent recycle bin During Construction for non hazardous & recycling 2) Always allocate a designated sum in every contract. 3) Set up Construction Waste Disposal Guidelines during construction and in building manual. 4) Identify relevant debris/ waste storage area 5) Educate site workers on the storage and disposal method.
  61. 61. MR6 Construction Waste Management Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 0 0 1 - Recycle and/or salvage ≥ 50% volume of non-hazardous construction debris. The most effective way would be by contractual obligations: 1. Quantify total tonnage of waste via truck loads of waste disposal 2. To achieve 50% - 60% waste to be redirected to identified manufacturer. CONTRACT PROCUREMENT 1. Compulsory for contractors to provide recycle waste bins. 2. Contractor to provide method statement for segregation of material during construction. 3. Contractors are to provide installation warranty from suppliers and use suppliers panel of sub con to control waste, quality and double handling. 4. Provide list of construction haulers and recyclers for contractor to redirect waste.
  62. 62. MR6 Construction Waste Management ADDITIONAL COST 50 recycle bins x RM 150/u = RM 7,500.00 2 bins at Refuse Chamber = RM 2,500.00 Total = RM10,000.00 Item Material Waste Avoidance Strategy Structure Element Concrete On Site: Use precast elements Off Site: Use for road and pathway construction, recyele for concrete aggregate Door, Window, Glass On Site: re-use Sell to registered recycle vendorsOff Site: re-use or recycle Fit Out Fixed Partition On Site: partly re-use Sell to registered recycle vendors Off Site: separate and recycle Carpet On Site: partly re-use Sell to registered recycle vendorsOff Site: separate and recycle Recycled Product Recycling centres Glass Kuala Lumpur Glass Manufactures Co. Sdn. Bhd Lot 5, Jln Kilang 46050 Petaling Jaya Selangor Contact Person: Pegawai Komersial: Mrs. Wendy Goh * Contact: 7781 2277(T) 7781 5813(F) Metal Seng Hiap Metal Sdn Bhd Contact Person: Johnny Seah Contact: 07 3863 739 Paper Heng Hiap Sdn Bhd Contact Person: Johnny Seah Contact: 07 3863 739 Tiles & Timber PROMAK INDUSTRY SDN BHD No. 12D, 6 Miles, Jln Puchong, 58200 Kuala Lumpur Kuala Lumpur Contact: 03-791 6481(T) 03-792 3046(F)
  63. 63. Water EfficiencyWE
  64. 64. Assessment Criteria Score Summary & Estimated Cost Criteria Item Points Baseline MS1525 Gold Cost WE WATER EFFICIENCY WE 1 Rainwater harvesting 2 0 0 1 185,000 WE 2 Water recycling 2 0 0 1 80,000 WE 3 Water efficient- Irrigation/landscaping 2 0 0 2 50,000 WE 4 Water efficient fittings 2 0 0 1 250,000 WE 5 Metering & leak Detection system 2 0 0 2 30,000 TOTAL = 10 0 0 7 595,000
  65. 65. InnovationIN
  66. 66. Assessment Criteria Score Summary & Estimated Cost Criteria Item Points Baseline MS1525 Gold Cost IN1 Innovation in Design & Environmental Design Initiatives 6 0 0 6 430,000 IN2 Green Building Index Facilitator 1 0 0 1 270,000 Total 7 0 0 7 700,000
  67. 67. Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 0 0 1 30,000 IN1 Innovation In Design & Environmental Design Initiatives INNOVATION 1: CONDENSATE WATER RECOVERY FOR USED COOLING TOWER MAKE-UP WATER OR OTHER SUITABLE APPLICATION FCU and its drain pan AHU and its drain pan
  68. 68. Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 0 0 1 60,000 IN1 Innovation In Design & Environmental Design Initiatives INNOVATION 2: To provide heat recovery wheel to treat the fresh air intake
  69. 69. Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 0 0 1 90,000 IN1 Innovation In Design & Environmental Design Initiatives INNOVATION 3 Non-Chemical Water Treatment System The non-chemical water treatment system uses is a pipe that wound with coils that impart pulsed, high frequency, electromagnetic energy into the water
  70. 70. Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 0 0 1 150,000 IN1 Innovation In Design & Environmental Design Initiatives INNOVATION 4: Advance Air Filtration System (Electronic Air Filter) The EAC will be able to remove airborne particles at a dust spot efficiency of 97% of 0.3 micron. It can also remove odor, smoke, bacterial and spores Electronic Air Filter Impingement, Polarization and Agglomeration Process
  71. 71. Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 0 0 1 - IN1 Innovation In Design & Environmental Design Initiatives INNOVATION 5: Recycling of All Fire System Water During Regular Testing
  72. 72. IN1 Innovation In Design & Environmental Design Initiatives INNOVATION 6 : Refrigerant Leak Detection Refrigeration leak detector system in a chiller plant room is required to provide early detection of any leaking of refrigerant from the chiller. This system have a pump that provide 2-3 suction points from the chiller and is capable to detect refrigerant of 10ppm in the air. Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 0 0 1 100,000
  73. 73. IN2 Green Building Index Accredited Facilitator Baseline MS 1525 Gold Cost 0 0 1 270,000 To engage a facilitator to support and encourage the design and implementation required for Green Building Index rated buildings Strategy To engage a facilitator from conception until the GBI certification is obtained Additional Cost Project Registration fee = RM 20,000 GBI Facilitator fee = RM 250,000
  74. 74. Summary
  75. 75. Upgrading Cost PART ITEM MAXIMUM POINTS BASELINE TARGET (GOLD) COST (RM) 1Energy Efficiency 35 2 25 1,105,809.00 2 Indoor Environmental Quality 21 9 20 567,000.00 3 Sustainable Site Planning & Management 16 8 14 123,115.00 4Material & Resources 11 2 8 10,000.00 5Water Efficiency 10 0 7 595,000.00 6Innovation 7 0 7 700,000.00 Total Score 100 21 81 3,100,924.00
  76. 76. Return of Investment ITEM DESCRIPTION/CATEGORY MAXIMUM POINTS POINTS ACHIEVED EST. COST IMPACT (RM) EST. SAVINGS PER YEAR (RM) PAYBACK (YEAR) 1 Energy Efficiency (EE) 35 32 1,105,809.00 1,017,205.20 1.09 2 Indoor Quality Environment (IEQ) 21 20 547,000.00 3 Sustainable Site Planning and Management (SM) 16 14 123,115.00 4 Material and Resources (MR) 11 8 10,000.00 5 Water Efficiency (WE) 10 7 59,500.00 19,460.00 30.3 6 Innovation (IN) 7 7 700,000.00 TOTAL 100 81 3,100,924.00 1,036,665.00 2.99 Estimated Total Building Construction Cost (Base) : RM78 mil. Estimated Total Additional Cost Required to be : RM3,100,924.00 incorporated in the Green Building Design Features for ‘GOLD’ Certification by GBISB Percentage of Additional Cost Required over : 3.98% Base Building
  77. 77. ThankYou

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