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BUILDING GREEN FORUM Copenhagen, October 12th, 2011

Towards Sustainability - Certification Juliane Münch – Drees & Sommer Nordic

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Drees & Sommer Facts and numbers D&S is Germanys leading company in the fields of client representation services, project management, Green Building Management, Green Building Design and real estate consulting.  founded 1970 in Germany  12 offices in Germany  23 offices out of Germany in 20 countries  Nordic A/S was founded in July 2010  1,239 employees (June 2011)  Nordic A/S has 5 employees (October 2011)

2010:  turnover was 1,100 Mio. DKK (146.5 Mio. € )

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Green Building Councils The Drees & Sommer approach Founding Member PGBC

Founding Member RuGBC

Member USGBC

Russia

Ireland

Styregruppemedlem DK - GBC

Great Britain

Poland

Ukraine

Germany

Founding Member DGNB

Czech Rep. Austria

Hungary Romania

Founding Member ÖGNI

Italy

Bulgaria

Spain

Founding Member SGNI

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Associated Group UGBC

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Lets talk sustainable building Environmental impacts and resource use of the building industry

17%

25%

30-40%

40%

40-50%

of fresh water consumption

of wood harvest

of energy use

of CO2 emissons

of raw materials used

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Lets talk sustainable building Social and economic aspects In the western world spend upwards of 80% of our lives indoors Buildings mark deep financial footprints during construction, operation and renovation

9.000.000

Cost under-absorption/ Kostenunterdeckung Shortfall

Cost Kostenüberdeckung over-absorption

3.000.000

Renewal and replacement investments

2.500.000

7.000.000 6.000.000

2.000.000

5.000.000

Standard repair, maintanance and replacement costs

1.500.000

4.000.000 3.000.000

1.000.000

2.000.000 500.000

Repair costs 1.000.000 0

0

Jahr Year

Good “indoor” climate?

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LIfe Cycle Costs for 20 years

5

Instandhaltungskosten Repair costs

Renewal and replacement investments

8.000.000


Sustainable / Green Building Certification Labels all around the world

GBC Netherlands

BREEAM UK

LEED© Canada

Germany LEED© France

LEED© USA

Japan

GBC Poland

LEED© India LEED© Vietnam LEED© Mexiko Green Mark Singapore LEED© Brasilia

LEED© Emirates

Green Star South Africa

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Australia

Green Star New Zealand

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Green Building Certification .. more labels

Green RatingTM  Energy  CO2

 Water  Transport

Sustainable use of energetical ressources

 Waste  Health and Wellbeing

Sustainable building operation

Special consideration of health and comfort

Sustainable use of public goods/products

Umweltzei chen HafenCity Hamburg

Use of environmentally friendly building materials

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Sustainable / Green Building Certification in Danmark

Danmark

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Sustainable / Green Building Certification DGNB, LEED and BREEAM

BREEAM Social cultural and Functional Quality

Economic Quality

Ecological Quality

Sustainable Sites

Water Efficiency

Management

Health & Wellbeing

Technical Quality Process Quality (Planning, Construction, Operation Management)

Location Quality (not included in the assessment)

Energy & Atmosphere

Energy

Materials & Resources

Transport

Indoor Environmental Quality

Water

Innovation in Design

Materials

Waste

Pollution

Land Use & Ecology

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DGNB 6 Topics and 48 Criteria

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DGNB Ecological Quality  Ecological footprint  Evaluation of the primary energy demand (renewable/non renew.) for the whole life cycle  Evaluation of construction materials  Consumption of energy, water and land

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DGNB Economic Quality  Calculation of life-cycle costs  Evaluation of the space efficiency and flexibility of the building when changing it to another use

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DGNB Social Quality  Evaluation of indoor quality (thermal comfort, air quality, acoustic comfort, light) and indoor climate control for users  Equality: handicap accessibility  Bicycle friendliness  Composition of the exterior spaces for the advancement of a pleasant atmosphere

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DGNB Technical Quality  Evaluation of cleaning and up-keep friendliness  Dismantling and recycling friendliness  Thermal and moisture barrier technical qualities of the building envelope

Source: Braune / Kleist /Trinius / Stuttgart 2010 © 2011 Drees & Sommer Nordic A/S, Juliane Münch, 12.10.2011

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DGNB Process Quality  Integrated planning  Sustainability aspects during tendering and on the construction site  Building documentation, inspection instructions, user handbook  Commissioning

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Sustainable / Green Building Certificates Revitalization of Headquarter Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt (Main) Source: Deutsche Bank AG

Materials Recycling: 98 % Heating energy Reduction: 67 % Electrical power Reduction: 55 %

LEED Platin Certificate World’s first renovated skyscraper with an LEED Platinum certification

Water Reduction: 74 % CO2 emissions Reduction: 89 %1) Occupancy ratio Increase: 20 % 1) With

DGNB Gold Certificate First renovated skyscraper with an DGNB Gold certification

reference to the primary energy │ 55% by reduction of consumption │ 34% by renewable engery

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Sustainable / Green Building Certificates Motivators

Society

Investors/ developers 

Marketing advantages

Interested customers

Reduction of “CO2 footprint”

Efficient utilization of space/ less sealing

Owner-occupant

Improving air/climate

Corporate Image

Conservation of resources

Quality of life

Development of property value

Operating costs

Higher productivity through staff satisfaction and lower numbers of staff ill; greater appeal for recruitment

Tenant 

Corporate Image

Operating costs

Higher productivity through staff satisfaction and lower numbers of staff ill; greater appeal for recruitment

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