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Green and Intelligent Buildings: save costs and boost productivity, sustainably!

Ask not ‘what can you do for your technology?’

ask ‘what can your technology do for you?’

with apologies to John F Kennedy

intelligent building definition
‘Intelligent’ Building Definition

“Intelligent buildings should be sustainable, healthy, technologically aware, meet the needs of occupants and business and should be flexible and adaptable to deal with change”

Clements-Croome (2007)

definition 2
Definition - 2

An intelligent building is a dynamic and responsive architecture that provides every occupant with productive, cost effective and environmentally approved conditions through a continuous interaction among its four basic elements: places (fabric; structure; facilities); processes (automation; control; systems;) people (services; users) and management (maintenance; performance) and the interrelation between them.

The CIB Working Group W098 (1995).

behaviours
Behaviours
  • Tidy or untidy
  • Methodical or haphazard
  • Good memory or Forgetful
  • Lighting, heating and systems
    • consume energy
    • control them
  • Automation – switch it off!
intelligent

Unified messaging

intelligent

Library systems

Cause and effect

Building Mgmt

Systems

Learning

technology

Smart

cards

Infrastructure

iB

Trend

analysis

Wireless

mLearning

AV

Digital signage

IP telephony

Room management

Cashless catering

Buildings

Thin client Blade PCs

the goal 4 e s
The goal – 4 E’s

e

  • Economy = minimising cost
  • Efficiency = making best use of resources
  • Effectiveness = degree of achievement of outcome
  • Efficacy = degree of relevance of outcome

e

e

e

pedagogy
Pedagogy
  • Worker Performance =

Motivation x Ability x Opportunity

  • Tasks - Individuals
    • Want to do
    • Capable of doing
    • Can be done
  • Building creates
    • Physical environment
pedagogy and buildings
Pedagogy and Buildings
  • “Space has the power to condition behaviour and form personality. ... The environment affects our emotions, feelings and reactions.“

Scuri (1995)

  • “the more integrated building allows communications between staff to be considerably enhanced.”

Penn et al. (1977)

clcs the new lrcs
CLCs – the new LRCs
  • communications
  • social interaction
  • flexibility
  • hierarchical and non-hierarchical organisational structures
  • work productivity
  • effectiveness of ventilation and air quality
  • privacy
  • crowding
  • individual control
  • Storage

Ilozor (2000)

happy workers are effective
Happy workers are effective
  • “research suggests a correlation between worker productivity, wellbeing, environmental, social and organisational factors.”

Clements-Croome (2007)

return on investment
Return on Investment

25

Salary exceeds building energy and maintenance costs and annual construction rental cost by a factor of

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90%

Salary costs as a percentage of total organisational costs

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Ratio of costs

Construction :

Maintenance Operating:

Business operating

1 : 5 : 200

annualised uk building costs
Annualised UK building costs
  • Capital investment
    • £200/m² per year
  • energy and plant costs
    • £10/m² per year
  • Staff costs
    • £15,000/m² per year

Hodgett (1993)

  • a 1% change in productivity...??
sydney opera house
Sydney Opera House

Cost $120m

Cost overrun 1700%

Replacement Cost $120m

energy usage
Energy usage
  • Energy used to heat, light and ventilate buildings
    • 45%
  • Energy used to construct buildings
    • 5%

Edwards (2002)

carbon trust
Carbon Trust
  • High potential
    • Building Controls
    • Smart metering
    • Building fabric
      • Heating, ventilation
      • Cooling, integrated design
  • Lower potential
    • Biomass (for electricity generation),
    • Nuclear Fusion,
    • Solar photovoltaic

Carbon Trust (2001)

ill advised reduction
Ill advised reduction?
  • “Often there is an attempt to reduce maintenance with consequential waste of energy and deteriorating environmental conditions. Evans et al (1998) point out that the building lifetime cost ratios vary but commonly are 1:5:200 to 1:10:200. In other words, the major costs of running an organisation are the salaries of the staff.
  • Clements Croome (2007)

1 : 10 : 200

1 : 5 : 200

energy efficient buildings
Energy efficient buildings
  • The following features are important:
    • High levels of thermal insulation
    • Natural ventilation – connected spaces
    • Exclude excessive solar gain
    • High efficiency lighting
    • Individual control measures
    • Efficient systems equipment and appliances
    • Employ effective facilities management
    • Clements Croome (2007)

intelligent22

Unified messaging

intelligent

Library systems

Cause and effect

Building Mgmt

Systems

Learning

technology

Smart

cards

Infrastructure

iB

Trend

analysis

Wireless

mLearning

AV

Digital signage

IP telephony

Room management

Cashless catering

Buildings

Thin client Blade PCs

post script
Post Script

“Of course, communication is vital. This means having mutual respect between fellow professionals and an open mind to include expertise from backgrounds different to those with which the building industry is familiar. For the long term, it is important that these issues are reflected in education and training courses.”

Clements-Croome (2007)

thank you
Thank you

Richard Everett – Independent Consultancy

The Old Coach House

9 High Street

Old Town

Stevenage

SG1 3BG

01438 215 447

07766 611 826

richard.everett@intelligentbuilders.co.uk

www.intelligentbuilders.co.uk