Sb13 ouluhuovilaraveslootworkshopmay24th2013


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As part of the closing of the two day conference, a climate cafeteria workshop was organized. Pekka Huovila from PTT Finland and Christoph Maria Ravesloot from Rotterdam University of Applied Science explained several perspectives on innovation and magement of sustainable procurement. The results will be used as validation in a scientific paper.

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Sb13 ouluhuovilaraveslootworkshopmay24th2013

  1. 1. SUSTAINABLE PROCUREMENT INNOVATIONPekka HuovilaVTT Technical ResearchCentre of FinlandChristoph Maria RaveslootRotterdam UniversityThe NetherlandsOulu May 24th 2013Climate cafeteria, data mining validationAnalyzing conditions and constrains in project managementvrijdag 24 mei 13
  2. 2. An interactive crowd data mining cafeteriaabout sustainable procurement modelsPut professionals in a cafeteria like environmentand let them talk about their issuesCollaboration and communication is action researchWhy and how a climate cafeteria can have significant resultsClimate Cafeteriavrijdag 24 mei 13
  3. 3. 05/05/11BackgroundConditions and ConstrainsPekka Christoph Maria• building design and constructionpractice• research and implementation ofsustainable built environment• procurement planning• project delivery systems• stakeholders and collaboration• disruptions and influences• design and construction processes• procurement, contracting anddecision making during the designand construction process12 213 3Project Management Potential for ImprovementsContext of the problem• sustainability concept• process and procurement• management process innovation• procurement strategy• good practice examples • your opinionsvrijdag 24 mei 13
  4. 4. Sustainable urbanizationVTT’s EcoCity Conceptfor sustainable community and neighbourhood regeneration anddevelopmentCarmen Antuña, VTTServices & Goods PublicTransportFoodSecurityWellbeingSustainableHousingWater Security EnergyEfficiencyWaste Management(All pictures by Pekka Huovila)vrijdag 24 mei 13
  5. 5. SUSTAINABLEBUILDINGTECHNOLOGIESTRANSPORTSUSTAINABLEBUILDINGSCOMMUNITYFOR USERSINFRA-STRUCTURERESEARCH THEMESRe-use and recycling of building materialsBuilding Integrated Photovoltaic and RenewablesLow emission / No emission Public transportRenovation technologiesSustainable LifestylesIndoor Climate (buildings, transport systems)Waste and water managementIndustrial construction (timber, steel, concrete)Building services (heating, ventilation, air conditioning)Ecological architecture and renewable energiesZero emission / Plus energy houses/ Passive housesICT and Human Technology InterfaceIntelligent networksTOOLSAssessment, simulation and monitoringIndicators and Rating systemsRequirements management (life cycle commissioning)COLLABORATION AREASSustainable Urban DevelopmentENVIRONMENTALSOCIALECONOMICCULTURE ANDEDUCATIONExampleofaframeworkforthedevelopmentofEcoCityprojectsBIODIVERSITYFauna, flora – ecological corridorsSmart traffic ITS applicationsPromotion of light traffic solutionsPekka Huovila, VTTvrijdag 24 mei 13
  6. 6. Pekka Huovila & Janne Porkka, VTTvrijdag 24 mei 13
  7. 7. 05/05/11Sustainable Building = optimizing conditions The total set of conditions in which mankind, animals, plants andmineral life can develop optimally is called the environment If conditions are not optimally we have an environmental problem,which can be seen by loss of biodiversity Biodiversity is the risk management system of natural environments. Engineers can design and build new environments These new environments should not damage potential for optimaldevelopment now or in the future This is called sustainable development. Sustainable construction therefore is the optimizing of conditions formankind, animals, plants and mineral life optimally.vrijdag 24 mei 13
  8. 8. 05/05/11Building Processbriefoperation & maintenancecommissioningdesignconstructionoperation & maintenancecommissioningconstructiondesignbriefbriefdesignconstructionoperation & maintenancecommissioningECOBIM BUILDING LIFE CYCLE PROCESSANALYSISPekka Huovila & Carmen Antuña, VTTecobimvrijdag 24 mei 13
  9. 9. 05/05/11Value Driven ProcurementUnderlying approaches and methodologies: Living Labs, BIM, IDDS, VE, VO, Lean ,,,Business models for product/service provisionProcurement models w/ contract formsValue models for total LC value mgt.Process models for product/service deliveryOperational guidelines for value driven , ICT supported processesInnovative thinking inthe projectState of art solutionsreviewed and adjustedaccording to the toplevel requirementsValues: economic, ecologic, social, cultural ...ICT Support tools and platforms for valuePekka Huovila & Juha Hyvärinen, VTTvrijdag 24 mei 13
  10. 10. 05/05/11Procurement Strategyvrijdag 24 mei 13
  11. 11. 05/05/11Procurement Strategy = design and construction processprocurement contractingCommissioningvrijdag 24 mei 13
  12. 12. 05/05/11Round oneBrainstorm Discussion• how can criteria be used for selectionand for assessment?• how is lack of accuracy of influence tothe design and construction process?• how do different contracting typerelate to the procurement onsustainable criteria?• how can innovations be included inthe procurement and contracting?• what role is there for trust betweenpartners during the procurement?• how can people change theirbehavior?• how to select the best applicableproject delivery system in individualprojects?• do we have proper tools andcontractual models for newprocurement modes?• how to manage risks?• how to ensure continuousimprovement?What do you need to make sustainable procurement happen?What do you know from experience?vrijdag 24 mei 13
  13. 13. Sourcing of Materials and Service Providers /Procedures and criteria for contractor selectionBIMprocurement contractingCommissioningvrijdag 24 mei 13
  14. 14. 05/05/11Project Delivery SystemsBriefDesignConstructionMaintenanceRequirementsmanagementDesign ManagementConstructionManagementFacilitiesManagementDesign-Bid-Build (DBB)client CM orgBriefDesignConstructionMaintenanceRequirementsmanagementDesign ManagementConstructionManagementFacilitiesManagementConstruction Management (CM)client drivenclient supplierDesign-Build-Operate (DBO)BriefDesignConstructionMaintenanceRequirementsmanagementDesign ManagementConstructionManagementFacilitiesManagementBriefDesignConstructionMaintenanceRequirementsmanagementDesign ManagementConstructionManagementFacilitiesManagementDesign-Build (DB)supplier supportedBriefDesignConstructionMaintenanceRequirementsmanagementDesign ManagementConstructionManagementFacilitiesManagementAlliance Contracting (AC)Integrated Project Delivery (IPD)collaborativeAC, IPDclientdrivenDBB, CMsupplier supportedDB, DBOcollaborativeECOBIM PROJECT DELIVERY SYSTEMCLASSIFICATIONPekka Huovila & Carmen Antuña, VTTvrijdag 24 mei 13
  15. 15. 05/05/11TechnologyOrganizationCollaborationExternal dynamicsstakeholdersTechnologyOrganizationCollaborationwithinProjectManager’sinfluenceoutsideProjectManager’sinfluencevrijdag 24 mei 13
  16. 16. 05/05/11We do not talk about the most disrupting influences18 % (8) of time38 % (46) of time44 % (46) of timevrijdag 24 mei 13
  17. 17. 05/05/11Round twoConditions and ConstrainsWhich idea can you already put into practice withoutfurther delay?• criteria can be used for selectionand for assessment• accuracy can be tuned to thecorresponding phase of the designand construction process• loss of accuracy can becompensated by changingcontracting type• excluding bids is easier thanselecting bids• innovations do not fit selectingcriteria easily• select on human factors as well• the target can be set in quantifiedterms• the objectives can be met applyingdifferent procurement modes• requirements can be set to endusers as well• look at organizing the work inaddition to designing the spaces• be innovative, be ambitious, thinkof future generations• take care of the local environmentvrijdag 24 mei 13
  18. 18. 05/05/11Round threeBrilliant ideas©UNvrijdag 24 mei 13
  19. 19. How to Procure Sustainable Buildings?• 2007 – UN objective: climate neutral building• 11.08 – lowered target: energy neutral building• 2.09 – estimate of energy consumption: 147 kWh/m2/a• 27.2.2009 – new calculation: 120 kWh/m2/a• 3.4.2009 – VTT’s assessment: 38... 75 kWh/m2/a• VTT’s recommendation – objective 70 kWh/m2/a that can be halved• 6.4.2009 – new UNEP objective: < 30 kWh/m2/a (75... 80% saving)• 2.11 – estimate of energy consumption: 42,5 kWh/m2/a > energy+UNEP Gigiri, Kenyavrijdag 24 mei 13
  20. 20. 05/05/11Round threeProject Management Potential for ImprovementsFaster development of market forsustainable procurement by:• putting innovative bids forward• support life cycle costing andcorresponding contracts• explore local markets for localopportunities• do not perfect environmentalassessment furthermore• improve transparency on humanfactors during the process• make experiments and pilots asmuch as possible• Truth or Dare!Spread sustainable procurement widerby:• frontrunning clients leading byexample• re-define your procurement strategy• quantify sustainability objectives andmonitor the performance• empower the end users, make theimpacts of their choices visible• raise awareness, educate the clients• integrate the assessment in buildinginformation models• Look at the life cycle and addedvalue!Look for the brilliant ideas, dismiss the misfitvrijdag 24 mei 13