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2 Sustainable Architecture Presented by Caroline Batson Senior Architect and Sustainability Manager

3 Sustainable Architecture Sustainable Architecture - Introduction - How we used DSM to inform the design - Design to be green - How BREEAM impacted on the scheme

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5 Brief: To provide a Sustainable building incorporating; Citizen's Advice Bureau Multipurpose Hall Community Space Multi Media Suite Teaching Facilities Meeting rooms Offices Social Areas

6 Reviewed the project for environmental impacts Responsibly specified products Led the team to evaluate sustainability measures Carried out Dynamic Simulation Modelling Carried out LZC analysis Ensured the scheme met the New Part L What we did to create a Sustainable Building

7 This was done by: Designing to reduce demand by conservation measures, passive heating and cooling strategies, day lighting, shading and orientation Maximising mechanical and electrical efficiencies Using renewables to meet needs genuinely zero carbon building will payback the carbon invested in its construction through exporting zero carbon energy back into the national grid How to design to be a Low Carbon Building

8 Sketch Dynamic Simulation Modelling Model Detail drawings Planning approval Production information Construction How we designed to be Sustainable

9 Solar Analysis Thermal Performance Analysis Natural Ventilation Simulation Part L Compliance Heat Loss and Heat Gains Occupant Comfort Analysis Energy Consumption Prediction Life Cycle Costing Renewable Energy Analysis We provided detailed analysis of:

10 We used DSM from initial design stage to make informed design decisions by analysing: Form Overall fenestration design Thermal properties Glazing properties Lighting strategies Low/Zero Carbon feasibility strategy

11 We evaluated cost efficient solutions to combat solar gains We knew whether solar gains needed minimising or maximising Ensured that solar gains did not exceed building regulations Gained BREEAM credits for glare control Solar Analysis

12 We evaluated cost efficient solutions to provide day lighting Provided day lighting calculations for BREEAM Daylight Analysis

13 Design Development

14 Occupant comfort within CIBSE guidance with minimal use of mechanical ventilation and air conditioning by: Planned to promote natural ventilation Cross ventilation Stack effect Attenuated louvers Night time cooling Ventilation

15 Life Cycle Costing

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17 Accreditations

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