Sustainability

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  • South Christchurch Library and Service Centre.

    South Christchurch Library and Service Centre.
    This community facility was designed by architects Warren and Mahoney and constructed by Mainzeal. This project had a definite start and end date. The unique building design was based on the local community’s feedback and the building itself incorporates a significant number of environmentally friendly and sustainable features and deliverables for the Council and the community that use the building.
    https://warrenandmahoney.com/portfolio/south-christchurch-library-and-service-centre
  • The Conservation House, Wellington. The aim is to maximise site potential while reducing environmental impact and to save water.

    The Conservation House, Wellington. The aim is to maximise site potential while reducing environmental impact and to save water.
    It is owned by the Wellington Company, New Zealand.The features of this building are sustainable material, green roof technology, rainwater harvesting and natural ventilation with eco lighting. It is a project because it is unique. The Conservation Department (DOC) has identified an eco-friendly building in search of a new headquarters. The project delivers sustainable features such as a collected toilet, cleaning and garden rainwater reduces water consumption by 77%.
  • CII- Godrej Green Business Centre

    CII- Godrej Green Business Centre
    The CII building is located in Hyderabad, India. It is main centre in India for green building certification and demonstration.It delivers its green building methods like green roof coverings, rainwater harvesting on site, usage of solar panels on roofs and reducing water wastage. It is unique because it is the only building in India to be first accredited LEED. https://www.greenroofs.com
  • Te Hononga - Christchurch City Council Civic Office Building

    Te Hononga - Christchurch City Council Civic Office Building
    Designed by Athfield Architects with consultancy from Powell Fenwick, eCubed and RCP, the 1970’s Post Office building was repurposed by Hawkins Construction in 21 months.
    The major deliverable was to re-use an existing building to create an environmentally friendly and sustainable 6 Green Star (World Leadership) rated building to bring 1200 employees together in a modern yet comfortable environment.
    https://athfieldarchitects.co.nz/projects/civic-community/te-hononga-christchurch-civic-building
  • Siemens "Crystal" Building, London. The purpose of this project was to create a green, fully functioning sustainable building that incorporated modern technology. This would symbolize Siemens as a sustainable development and technology leader

    Siemens "Crystal" Building, London. The purpose of this project was to create a green, fully functioning sustainable building that incorporated modern technology. This would symbolize Siemens as a sustainable development and technology leader
    The Crystal is owned by the Siemens brothers and was designed by a team consisting of Perkins+Will as the design leader, Wilkinson Eyre Architects, Civil engineers Arup Group and Townshend Landscape Architects. This project is unique and rated as one of the most sustainable buildings in the world with multiple accolades such as the ISO14001 accreditation and many more. This project was temporary and once constructed the team used in its creation was dispersed. www.londonsroyaldocks.com
  • Shanghai Tower 

    Shanghai Tower 
    Shanghai tower have world's highest observation deck. Glass façade design of the tower completes with 120-degree twist at its rises, is designed to reduce wind load by the 24%. The design stores rainwater and utilize it for internal uses, recycles waste water. This increases sustainability.
    Project Requirements
    - Unique - Yes
    - Planned: Yes
    - Defined Deliverable: Yes
    - Temporary: Yes
    Priority Matrix
    - Cost: Optimize
    - Time: Accept
    - Quality: Fix
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shanghai_Tower
  • The Sea-Bin Project. The purpose of this project was to reduce ocean waste, particularly in highly occupied areas such as ports and marinas.

    The Sea-Bin Project. The purpose of this project was to reduce ocean waste, particularly in highly occupied areas such as ports and marinas.
    This project was executed by Andrew Turton and Pete Ceglinski. This project is unique for its simplistic, applicable and effective design. This has hailed it as a “revolution in ocean-cleaning technology”. This project was temporary as the resources used to see the Sea bin from conception to a tangible product were replaced by an operational function that focused on re-producing the product, distributing and marketing it. www.allen-york.com/blog/2018/07/what-is-a-seabin
  • Oasia Hotel Downtown

    Oasia Hotel Downtown
    The Oasia hotel is constructed with prototype of sustainability and livability. Amalgamating green and blue surface it achieved 100% GRP. It is made from 5 color façade. Species were selected and distributed across façade based on characteristics like color, growth, sunlight, texture, density.
    Project Requirements
    -Unique-Yes
    -Planned-Yes
    -Defined Deliverable-Yes
    -Temporary-Yes

    Priority Matrix
    -Cost-Optimize
    -Time-Accept
    -Quality-Fix
    https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oasia_Hotel_Downtown.
  • L’Oréal Mexico builds momentum on sustainability

    L’Oréal Mexico builds momentum on sustainability
    This project is run by Jean-Paul Agon - Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. The point of this project is to make people use renewable energy and installing solar panels in Mexico.This achievement relates to two plants – one in Mexico City and the other in San Luis Potosí.
    https://loreal-dam-front-corp-en-cdn.damdy.com/ressources/afile/178943-24f07-resource_pdf-sbwa-progress-report-en.pdf
  • Achieving zero deforestation

    Achieving zero deforestation
    This project is organised by Jean-Paul Agon
    -Chairman and Chief Executive Officer. Deliverables are: As part of L’Oréal’s zero deforestation policy, published
    in 2014, the Group pledged that by 2020 at the latest,
    none of the ingredients and raw materials used
    in its products would be linked with deforestation,Wood-fibre based products,Palm oil, palm oil derivatives. https://loreal-dam-front-corp-en-cdn.damdy.com/ressources/afile/178943-24f07-resource_pdf-sbwa-progress-report-en.pdf