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Ecohomes

Measurement & reporting tools

In April 2007 the Government's scheme, the Code for Sustainable Homes replaced EcoHomes for the assessment of ‘new’ housing in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Read more…

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FIDIC Project Sustainability Management Guidelines (2004)

FIDIC's Project Sustainability Management Guidelines provide a process to generate and implement goals and a set of project-specific indicators for sustainable development that align with whole-society goals. Read more…

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Athena EcoCalculator

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Designers use the EcoCalculator for a quick snapshot of the buildings footprint. This simple tool is equipped with pre-defined building assemblies that have already been assessed in the Athena Impact Estimator for Buildings. Read more…

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Environmental Profiles Methodology

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The BRE Environmental Profiles Methodology is a standardised method of identifying and assessing the environmental effects associated with building materials over their life cycle - that is their extraction, processing, use and maintenance and their eventual disposal. Read more…

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Envest 2

Measurement & reporting tools

Envest 2 is a BRE software tool that simplifies the otherwise very complex process of designing buildings with low environmental impact and whole life costs. Read more…

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BREEAM New Construction: Offices

Measurement & reporting tools, Standards

BREEAM for office buildings is an environmental assessment method and certification scheme that can be used at the design, construction, and refurbishment stages of a building’s lifecycle. Read more…

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