How to ensure
Green Building Requirements are Integrated
from early design phases?
Are you a Project Manager, Architect or Engineer who is in charge of a project which has sustainabiliy objectives and/or targeting green certification but you’re unsure where to start? Have you been told that achieving green building standards and certification costs a lot more and is an extremely complicated, long, painful process? Or have you already incorporated green features in your project concept but you're unsure if they are compliant with green standards and labels?
If the answer is yes to any of these questions, then this is The Green Design Brief you have been looking for. Here’s why.
With our 10 years expertise in Green Building Engineering, we have helped all our clients meet high performance, heathy, energy efficient standardized green buildings at little to no additional cost and with zero delay to project deadline and we’ve collected all this knowledge and compiled it in our step to step guide.
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We’re reaching a point where sustainability is becoming the new normal
What most clients typically do when wanting to go green inexpensively without a process is to take short-cuts, which actually ends up costing them more money,frustration and brand reputation.
The primary reasons projects are failing to meet green building standards include:
What clients fail to understand is that achieving green building standards comes from optimizing the architectural design from the start. When implementing sustainability too late in the process, project teams are forced to redesign plans completely, which incurs huge costs, additional resources and a significant delay in project deadlines.
It is hard for a project manager to understand all certification credit requirements and their impact on each design discipline, architects, MEP engineers, lighting specialists, facade specialists, sanitary engineers, civil engineers, energy experts and contractors without which it is impossible to achieve strict certification compliance
Stand alone green features such as landscaping and air purifiers do not make a project green, neither in the eyes of certification authorities nor in the eyes of your customer base. Greenwashing is highly perceivable and strongly rejected.
And when it comes time to choose green features, materials and technology, there are so many labels, certifications, technical specifications and products that you cannot decide which one will serve your project best and perform accordingly
And if you decide to just skip the green part, you’re at risk of putting a development out there that will be non-compliant with environmental regulations a few years down the road, have increasing energy and maintenance bills, represent a lower standard and value to both customers and investors and suffer from a poorer image.
We have created a brief for developing
high performance green buildings at low cost
As sustainability consultants and green building engineers, we’ve seen many of our clients struggle meeting green building standards and we feel we have an obligation to support you, project managers, architects and designers to produce sustainable, resilient and healthy building environments that people want to live in seamlessly.
We then took this high result-driven process and documented it in The Green Design Brief so our clients could easily implement it internally on their projects to achieve green building standards.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
" This was invaluable for DSM, Armelle took charge of the work and presented it bit by bit making sure we were fully aware of the process and journey. On project work Armelle has assisted with various pitches, creating excellent, clear and easy to understand presentations for our prospective clients. "
— Joy Menzies, Managing Director at DSM
Which projects have we applied this to?
So where have we applied our expertise? We have worked on a variety of exciting projects of all types of sectors from office, residences, schools, hospitals, factories to stadiums and airports across Asia (Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, Indonesia, Singapore, Mongolia and Thailand) and Europe! One of our most recent projects is the U-Tapao Airport city project in Rayong Thailand where we advised on green building strategies for the airport terminal, commercial complex and transportation hub design concept.
Peer Recognition & Awards
We are extremely grateful to have received recongnition from our peers over the years and are the proud winners of multiple international awards. Armelle Le Bihan was recently designated Eco Star of Asia and RICS Young Achiever 2019.