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Green Building Design, Asia
TJCE's Green Building Design strategy is to establish a link between the concepts of "of being alive" and "living in the moment" with Man in the center as the focal point. Among these making sure that the environment remains unchanged.
We strive to create a sustainable approach in all of our solutions. Buildings with low energy consumption and buildings which encourage sustainable practices and a good environment.
We design sustainable and green buildings based on the concept that all houses should have a positive impact on the users and the outside world.
Many aspects of sustainability
Our Green Building Design covers social, economic and environmental aspects. These are for example minimal energy consumption, users' wellbeing, working environment and indoor climate.
Building materials that minimize their impact on the environment are used in our design solutions to make a house sustainable, durable and maintenance-free.
Good architecture and strategy planning ensures that the house will not be torn down quickly but usable for decades due to its superb indoor climate for working or living in.
Sustainability is also about a reasonable balance between investment and the value that the final result gives the customer.
Cooperation in the early stages
Many of the solutions that make a house sustainable is often dependent on the design and require that they are integrated in the construction or design of the house even while it is on the drawing board.
Therefore, a close partnership between the architect and the builder throughout the project stages creates the most sustainable value for money.
Certification of Sustainable Buildings
LEED, DGNB and BREEAM make it possible to compare sustainable buildings with each other. Experience from abroad shows that certified buildings are easier to sell and earn higher market prices.
Until now builders, building owners and investors have only had their gut feeling to rely on when analyzing what type of building was the most sustainable.
With systems such as DGNB, LEED and BREEAM they now have the opportunity to compare the degree of sustainability in buildings in the same way as we compare the content of calories in two different bottles of milk.
Many benefits can be obtained from having buildings certified by LEED or BREEAM. Even while the project is on the drawing board the systems can be used to make conscious decisions on which sustainable solutions will add most value to the project.
The systems also make it easy for the owner to communicate that the building is sustainable, and help branding a building or business.
Experience from abroad shows that certified buildings have higher sales and rental prices and are easier to sell on the market than similar conventional buildings.
Together with our partner in Denmark and Malaysia we make the certifications of the sustainable buildings.
Many types of sustainability
In case of certification it is important to think sustainability in a holistic way rather than in a one-sided way. A building with a one-sided focus on energy and insulation will not become certified.
When a building is a candidate for a certification, it is evaluated in various categories such as operation, indoor climate, energy and materials.
The assessment can, for example, concern whether the project or building is economically profitable, foster sustainable behavior and is good for the environment.
Each of these categories triggers points. The sum of these points will determine whether the building can be certified and at what level.
Both new construction and existing buildings can be assessed.
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Thorkil Jorgensen Consulting Engineers (TJCE Ltd) | Level 3 | 31 Han Thuyen | Dist. 1 | Tp.Hồ Chí Minh | Việt Nam |