3 Sika at Glance?Located in Baar, Switzerland, is a globally active company supplying the specialty chemicals markets.Sika is an independent Swiss group founded inZurich in 1910 by Kaspar Winkler.Sika Egypt have been established since 1985.
4 Some Key Figures 74 countries Annual Sales CHF 4.4 bn 3/25/2017Some Key FiguresAnnual Sales CHF 4.4 bnPresence in 5 continents74 countries13’500 employees
5 What is LEED®? Energy and Environmental Design Leadership inEnergy andEnvironmentalDesignGreen Building Rating SystemCertification programme (for buildings)LEED ensures that facilities aredesigned,constructed andoperated effectively (focus on life cycle cost)Documents are assembled and submitted to US or Canadian Green Building Council (USGBC) for certificationLEED is an abbreviation for:Leadership inEnergy andEnvironmentalDesign
8 United States Green Building Council Promotes construction of buildings that are:Environmentally responsibleProfitableHealthy places to live and workThe US Green Building Council is a non-profit organization.This programm is supported by the US government and is in line with the activities for „Rebuild America“.Buildings have to be certified according to the Leed rules.In Canada, the criteria are for 95 % identical to US.The policy is focused on:Environmental responsibilityProfitablilityHealthy places to live and work
9 Why is LEED® important? Estimates for Canada (2007) Percentage of owners that will certify their buildings:Educational 65%Government 62%Office 48%Healthcare 46%Residential 32%Hospitality %Retail 22%An increasing number of owners, operators, architects and engineers design and plan for Green Building.This trend is accentuated by government incentives.Increasing number of owners, operators, architects andengineers design and plan for Green Building.This trend is accentuated by government incentives.
10 LEED® – Standards 2009 Standards available edition 2009: Green Building Design and ConstructionNew ConstructionCore and ShellSchoolsCommercial interiorsFor different types of buildings, standards for rating are availableReview points on slide.Based on the earned points (rating) the building will be certified.
11 LEED® - Principals 9 1 8 2 6 7 4 5 3 Certification for project (building)LEED® - Principals1Idea for LEED certification!LEED designand documentationof projectDemand for projectcertification, providedocumentationRequest for designaccording to LEED rules,define level!826To beaccreditedfor LEED7Providedocuments1 The request for design according to LEED rules is given by the building owner. Keep in mind that for public buildings the request is given by the authorities.2 The building owner should give the order to the architects and engineers to develop the project according to the LEED rules and levels.3 The planner team will establish the specifications.4. The contractors are in charge to provide all information regarding material and application rules.5. Contractors will request detailed information concerning materials from the suppliers and manufacturers.6. The suppliers have to provide information and declaration for the relevant materials.7 The contractor provides all requested documents for the planner team.8. The planner team should work out a documentation and submit the dossier to the Green Building Council.9. After checking the documentation, the certificate for the building will be issued and published (by the Green Building Council).Provide informationand declaration forproductsRequirement tocontractors anddemand for information453Demand for information
12 LEED® – Levels 2009 Four levels of LEED 2009: Certified level pointsSilver level pointsGold level 60-79Platinum level 80+ ( possible)LEED-NC, v1.0--Level: CertifiedLEED-NC, v1.0--Level: PlatinumEnergy Resource CenterThere are four levels of LEED building certifications.-Basic certification is at the LEED Certified level,a minimum of 26 points.-Platinum certification incorporates the most “green” building and designfeatures at a minimum of 52 points.-Up to four innovation credits are available for a project that demonstratesexcellence by achieving higher levels of efficiency in existing categories or byidentifying a new category that improves the LEED intent.Chicago Center for Green Technology
14 LEED® 2009 Credit Points Distribution ConstructionNewExistingBuilding Core andShellCommercialInternal SchoolsSustainable Sites SS26282124Water Efficiency WE101411Energy and Atmosphere EA353733Materials and Resources MR13Indoor Environmental Quality IEQ15121719Innovation and Design ID6Regional Priority RP4Base points100Total points110
15 Indoor Environmental Quality Material and Resources LEED® - PointsMajority of credit-points earned in five design/build credit- categories:Indoor Environmental QualitySustainableSitesMaterial and Resources-The five environmental categories are further divided into “credits.”For each credit, the rating system identifies the intent, requirements and technologies or strategies to achieve the credit.One or more points are available within each credit, and points are achieved by meeting specified requirements.Most categories contain prerequisites.ALL seven prerequisites MUST be met in order to qualify for ANY certification level.In addition to the five environmental categories, there is also an “Innovation and Design Process” category.69 points total:Sustainable Sites: 8 credits, 14 pointsWater Efficiency: 3 credits, 5 pointsEnergy and Atmosphere: 6 credits, 17 pointsMaterials and Resources: 7 credits, 13 pointsIndoor Environmental Quality: 8 credits, 15 pointsInnovation: 4 pointsLEED Accredited Professional: 1 pointWaterEfficiencyEnergy andAtmosphere
16 LEED and SikaSika materials and systems can impact following LEED categories:Sustainable Site (SS)Energy and Atmosphere (EA)Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ)Sika can help to achieve LEED credits:Materials and Resources (MR)Review points on slideSika materials can impact three of the LEED categories:Sustainable Site;Energy and Atmosphere;Materials and Resources.
17 Sika-relevant Credits Material and Resources Credit 4 Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ)Credit Low-Emitting Materials – Adhesives and SealantsCredit Low-Emitting Materials - Paints and CoatingsCredit Low-Emitting Materials – Flooring SystemsCredit 5 Regional Materials (MR)500 milesShould be considered in case by case.
20 LEED - Credit for Sika Sarnafil Roofing (example) Credit 2 On-Site Renweable Energy (EA)Use on-site renewable energy systems to offset building energy costs.Calculate project performance by expressing to energy produced by therenewable systems as percentage of the buildings annual energy cost.Credit 6 Green Power (EA)Engage in at least a 2-year renewableenergy contract to provide at least 35%of the buildings electricity fromrenewable sources.Example of Sika products:Sika offers roof waterproofing master membranes for lamination of photovoltaiccells.
21 LEED® - Credit for Sika Sarnafil roofing (example) Credit 7.2 Heat Island Effect (SS)High reflectingUse roofing materials with solar reflectance index>78 for min. 75% of roof surface (low sloped roofs).Example, high reflecting roof waterproofingmembrane, e.g. Sarnafil S 327 Energy Smart.Green roofsInstall a vegetated roof that covers at least 50% of the roof area.Example of Sika products:e.g. Sikaplan 45, Sikaplan SGMA, Sarnafil G 476.Reflective roofing such as Sika Sarnafil's EnergySmart Roof®,or a "green" vegetated roof using a Sika Sarnafil Green RoofSystem, qualify for one point under Sustainable Sites Credit 7:Heat Island Effect: Roof, Req. 2, which states: "Use ENERGY STARcompliant (highly reflective) AND high emissivity roofing(emissivity of at least 0.9 when tested in accordance with ASTM 408)for a minimum of 75% of the roof surface;OR install a "green" (vegetated) roof for at least 50% of the roof area.Combinations of high albedo and vegetated roof can be used providing they collectively cover 75% of the total roof area."