KONFERENCIJOS TEMA

KODĖL VERTA STATYTI ŽALIUOSIUS PASTATUS?

BUILDING GREEN: WHAT MAKES A DIFFERENCE?

2018 m. lapkričio 8 d., Best Western Vilnius

Sinchroninis vertimas iš ir į anglų kalbą.

08:30 – 09:00

DALYVIŲ REGISTRACIJA

REGISTRATION

09:00 – 09:15

KONFERENCIJOS ATIDARYMAS

OPENING OF THE CONFERENCE

Lietuvos žaliųjų pastatų tarybos prezidentas ir valdybos pirmininkas

Lietuvos Respublikos Aplinkos atstovas

09:15 – 09:45

TVARUMAS: NUO ATKURIANČIO IKI ATGIMSTANČIO

SUSTAINABILITY: RESTORATIVE TO REGENERATIVE

Martin Brown

(Jungtinė Karalystė)

Pranešimo santrauka

Sustainability: from Restorative to Regenerative

We no longer have the luxury of only being less bad. The prominent definition of sustainability for the last three decades has been to do nothing today that comprises tomorrows generations. Yet as we continue to do as little as possible, only incrementally and slowing reducing our impact, we are compromising todays and future generations. Sadly the built environment is a major contributor to our sustainability and climate change problems, yet it can provide highly significant, beneficial and regenerative solutions.

From work on sustainable projects, FutuREstorative, the Living Building Challenge and RESTORE, Martin will focus on what good looks like, sharing insights on the benefits of regenerative sustainability for building developers, inhabitants, and our planet.

09:45 – 10:15

NUO TVARAUS IKI ATKURIAMOJO PROJEKTAVIMO: PASIKEITIMAS PRAKTIKOJE

FROM SUSTAINABLE TO REGENERATIVE DESIGN. A SHIFT IN THE PRACTICE

Emanuele Naboni

(Danija)

Pranešimo santrauka

FROM SUSTAINABLE TO REGENERATIVE DESIGN. A SHIFT IN THE PRACTICE

At its core, regenerative design incorporates the lessons of the early generations of sustainable buildings and cities and tries to push their qualities further.

The talk discusses practical ways to shift the focus from a solely energy-based the approach, into a human and nature centred one, where people and buildings can commit to a healthy relationship with the built an environment and the ecosystem where they are placed. Specifically, it will be discussed how the different stakeholders of the built environment can practically implement this science-based the approach in their planning, designing, construction, building operation and retrofit processes. The participants will be introduced to specific rating systems, accessible tools, and to both theoretical and built examples that are relevant to their practice.

10:15 – 10:45

LEVEL(S) – EUROPOS SĄJUNGOS PASTATŲ TVARUMO VERTINIMO SISTEMA ŽIEDINĖS EKONOMIKOS KONTEKSTE

LEVEL(S) – AN EU FRAMEWORK FOR SUSTAINABLE BUILDING ASSESSMENT IN THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY CONTEXT

Kęstutis Sadauskas

(Europos komisija)

Pranešimo santrauka

LEVEL(S) – EUROPOS SĄJUNGOS PASTATŲ TVARUMO VERTINIMO SISTEMA ŽIEDINĖS EKONOMIKOS KONTEKSTE

Statybų sektorius yra vienas iš daugiausiai išteklių naudojančių sektorių Europoje – tai sudaro maždaug pusę visų išgaunamų medžiagų, pusė viso energijos ir trečdalį vandens suvartojimo. Šis sektorius sukuria ir trečdalį visų atliekų. Atsižvelgdama į poveikį aplinkai Europos komisija (EK) plėtoja atsinaujinančios – „žiedinės“ – ekonomikos sistemą, kurios pagalba yra stengiamasi kiek įmanoma sumažinti resursų ir energijos suvartojimą.

Level(s) yra tvarių pastatų projektavimo ir statybos įrankis, sukurtas ir šiuo metu testuojamas EK glaudžiai bendradarbiaujant su verslo atstovais. Tai yra savanoriška vertinimo ir viešinimo sistema, skirta skatinti tvarų vystymąsi, inovacijas bei Europos sąjungos mastu įvertinti aplinkosaugos reikalavimų taikymą statybų sektoriuje.

Level(s) yra lanksti sistema, kurioje naudojami kriterijai gali būti lengvai pritaikomi naujai kuriamoms ar egzistuojančioms tvarumo vertinimo sistemoms, o jos vartotojais gali tapti viešosios ir privačios organizacijos, architektų ir projektuotojų komandos, nekilnojamo turto vystytojai ir valdytojai. Level(s) skatina ir pastato gyvavimo ciklo principų taikymą nuo dizaino iki jau sukurto objekto valdymo. Statybų sektoriaus profesionalai ir jų klientai Level(s) pagalba geriau suvokia jų pastatų poreikį aplinkai bei kaip jį galima sumažinti. Ši sistema taip pat padeda vartotojams geriau suvokti ir pasiruošti sudėtingesnių tvarumo vertinimo ir pastatų sertifikavimo sistemų taikymui.

Level(s) panaudojimas esamose tvarumo vertinimo sistemose leidžia įsitikinti, jog jų kriterijai atspindi Europos žiedinės ekonomikos prioritetus bei leidžia palyginti sertifikavimo pagal įvairias sistemas metu gautus rezultatus.

10:45 – 11:15

KAVOS PERTRAUKA/SPAUDOS KONFEENCIJA

COFFEE BREAK/PRESS CONFERENCE

11:15 – 11:45

KAIP LIETUVOS VYRIAUSYBĖ GALĖTŲ TAPTI PAVYZDŽIU KURIANT IR VALDANT TURTĄ BEI DARBO APLINKĄ? REKONSTRUOJANT VALSTYBĖS NT PORTFELĮ

HOW LITHUANIA GOVERNMENT CAN BECOME AN EXEMPLARY MANAGER OF ASSETS AND WORK ENVIRONMENTS? RE-CONSTRUCTING STATE’S PORTFOLIO

Mindaugas Kulbokas

(Lietuva)

Pranešimo santrauka

Santrauka

11:45 – 12:15

ATEITIES STATYBOS: ŽIEDINĖ EKONOMIKA

VISIONARY CONSTRUCTION: CIRCULAR ECONOMY 

Nitesh Magdani

(Jungtinė Karalystė)

Pranešimo santrauka

Visionary construction: Circular economy

What does visionary construction mean? The importance of circular building. How can we design our built environment by thinking about life cycle, deconstruction and reuse, and reuse of current building assets. What innovation is most exciting?

The problem – most modern day buildings are designed for short term use. Decisions are not often made on true value at ‘end of life’ and therefore we often see waste occurring as a result. Another issue is that we lack sufficient data relating to our built environment – ‘material without information is waste’

What if Buildings were designed with the next use in mind? How do we retain the ‘value’ of materials, systems and components?

By moving from a linear economy (where we take; make and dispose) to a circular economy where materials are kept in use (at their highest value) for longer. This can be designed in by exploring various circular design approached, i.e. the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s RESoLVE framework…

Examples of 3 pilot projects where BAM have initiated circular business models:

  1. ABN Amro CIrcl Amsterdam
  2. CONTACT – Royal Haskonings DHV office and maker space in Amsterdam
  3. Circular pavilion for London Design Festival

Summary – circular Building is complex, but innovative. Encourages a view on Totex (total expenditure) rather than Capex (Capital expenditure). Encourages innovative thinking. Show circular enablers vs circular outputs.

Exciting innovation – the industry is already using 3-D printing, sensors, robots, and prefabrication (to some extent). The real innovation is how we co-create solutions together, explore different business models, look for shared solutions…around our existing building stock to eliminate use of new raw materials in future. To this extent, BAM have committed to developing a digital market place for materials –  capturing data to retain value and facilitate supply and demand of materials to enable 100% reuse.

12:15 – 13:30

PIETŪS

LUNCH

13:30 – 14:00

TVARIOS MEDŽIAGOS IR GYVAVIMO CIKLO ANALIZĖ

SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS AND LIFE CYCLE ANALYSIS

Camille Fabre

(Švedija)

Pranešimo santrauka

SUSTAINABLE MATERIALS AND LIFE CYCLE ANALYSIS

Buildings have a huge impact on the environment – as they are responsible for nearly 1/4 of the global carbon emissions, but also on our health and wellbeing – as we spend up to 90% of our time indoors. This is why selecting the right materials and systems is so important when designing, building and retrofitting!

But what is a sustainable construction product?

And how can manufacturers take the lead to design solutions fit for sustainable and circular buildings?

In this presentation, Camille will  introduce the concepts of Life Cycle Assessment, systemic approach and multi-criteria , used in the definition of a sustainable construction product. She will present the importance of EPDs if we are to design sustainable and circular buildings.

Camille will also be discussing how manufacturers can contribute to a more sustainable built environment:

  • By designing more sustainable solutions, with a reduced environmental and social impact and added sustainability benefits. The concepts of Eco-Innovation and associated tools that is used at Saint-Gobain invent tomorrow’s solutions will be introduced.
  • Providing services to support players across the value chain willing to build green certified buildings such as LEED or BREEAM
  • By collaborating across the value to co-develop tomorrow’s solutions

14:00 – 14:30

KURIANT ATEITĮ: LED TECHNOLOGIJŲ VYSTYMO KRYPTYS ŽALIUOSIUOSE PASTATUOSE

SHAPE THE FUTURE: LED TECHNOLOGY TRENDS IN GREEN BUILDINGS 

Xavier Denis

(Nyderlandai)

Pranešimo santrauka

Shape the Future: LED Technology Trends in Green Building

With continuous improvement in LED performances for luminous flux and efficacy reaching further energy saving, new trend in quality of light can contribute to achieve high standards in sustainable building design.  Additional trend in improving the indoor lighting quality is facilitated by the latest packaging innovation of Direct Mountable Chip LEDs.  The solution allows product weight and components reduction, improving compactness and flexibility of design and space.

A new trend in Human-Centric Lighting is the customization of colors.  Current white LEDs tunable modules provide light which increases both well-being and performance.  Functional spectra modules enhance tunable capabilities of environmental and architectural lighting solutions.

A latest trend, that brings benefits beyond efficiency, is the innovation and design process with new general lighting scheme of troffers.  Working with new material and packaging, LEDs are transitioning to Chip-on-Film technology achieving more sustainable products.

14:30 – 15:00

TVARUMAS JAU YRA NORMA: PRIDĖTINĖ SERTIFIKAVIMO VERTĖ

SUSTAINABILITY IS THE NEW NORMAL: ADDED VALUE OF CERTIFICATION

Levan Ekhvaia 

(Vokietija)

Pranešimo santrauka

Sustainability is the new normal: added value of certification

In his presentation Levan will shed more light on the modern day problematics (environmental, social, economic etc.) and the DGNB approach to deal with them. He will present the system approach of the DGNB certification, the structure of the DGNB organization and the certification system itself together with the topics which are considered by our system and also the expected benefits from the certification. Levan also will provide some statistical data about the certification costs and benefits,  results of surveys and feedbacks from the building owners, real estate developers and project managers to show the main drivers of the whole certification process.

15:00 – 15:30

PLATININIO SERTIFIKATO NEGANA: AR GAUTAS REZULTATAS PATEISINA LŪKESČIUS?

PLATINUM CERTIFICATION IS NOT ENOUGH: DOES PERFORMANCE = EXPECTATIONS? 

David Hubka

(JAV)

Pranešimo santrauka

Platinum Certification is not Enough: Does Performance = Expectations?

 

Sustainable and healthy buildings begin with an integrative process that involves all project stakeholders. Projects in which the design has exceeded mandatory building/mechanical codes while applying third party rating systems are better prepared to deliver optimal performance. Unfortunately, optimal design but may not always lead to optimal ongoing performance. This presentation will discuss methods to achieve optimal ongoing performance so that decisions made during the integrative process, as they relate to health and sustainability, are realized throughout the life cycle of the building.

Projects that have achieved dual certifications (LEED v4 + WELL) will be reviewed to outline the challenges and solutions implemented to set them above standard code-compliant buildings.

Objectives

  • Identify the challenges faced when matching building performance with design expectations.
  • Recognize design strategies that can promote long-term optimal building performance and contribute to the health and well-being of the occupants.
  • Define turnover phase tactics that can be implemented to set the building up for ongoing success.
  • Describe recurring post-occupancy phase procedures to maintain continued success.

15:30 – 16:00

KAVOS PERTRAUKA

COFFEE BREAK

16:00 – 16:30

GROŽIS AR EFEKTYVUMAS: KAS LAIMĖS Į PASTATĄ INTEGRUOJAMŲ FOTOELEKTRINIŲ MODULIŲ (BIPV) ATEITĮ? 

BEAUTY OR EFFICIENCY: WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF BUILDING-INTEGRATED PHOTOVOLTAIC (BIPV)?

Julija Kaladžinskaitė

(Lietuva)

 

Pranešimo santrauka

„Grožis ar efektyvumas: kas laimės BIPV ateitį?“

Pristatyme bus trumpai apžvelgiamos fotoelektrinių (saulės) modulių rinkos augimo perspektyvos, EU direktyvos, gamybos technologijos ir sprendimai. Atvejo analizei pateikiamas privatus „Zero CO2 emission” namas su integruotais saulės moduliais bei standartizuotas BIPV sprendimas komerciniame pastate, pristatant šių pastatų projektų specifikacijas, sugeneruojamą energijos kiekį, kainą ir atsipirkimą bei patarimus NT vystytojams.

Pristatymo turinys:

  1. Ką veikia SoliTek?
  2. BIPV saulės elektrinių tipai
  3. BIPV projektų eiga, etapai, ir žaidimo dalyviai
  4. Atvejo analizė – Privatus „0% CO2 emission” namas su integruotais saulės moduliais
  5. Atvejo analizė – komercinis pastatas su integruotais saulės moduliais
  6. Išmoktos pamokos ir BIPV ateitis

16:30 – 17:00

Tvarus finansavimas (laukiama patvirtinimo)  

Lektorius 

Pristatymas (šalis)

 

Pranešimo santrauka

Santrauka

17:00 – 17:30

EKSPERTŲ DISKUSIJA

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17:30

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