Construction Management for long term Sustainability
2015-08-31 Posted By:Infrabazaar Views : 152
Green Building is no longer available now at present years. Reducing environmental impact is a key factor in construction and design about a decade ago. However, engineers and contractors alike still wonder a place to value on “Green” design and maximize ROI when making sustainable decisions.
As a result, the construction management firms have added most excellent sustainable practices to their services offering to help out entire project with team capitalizing on benefits and efficiencies which can be gained from green building.
Thinking green from the very beginning
It minimizes costs and gives maximum benefits to associate with sustainability alliance among the architects, design team, contractors, engineers and owner is a key at all projects. Construction management plays an important role in assisting team members to get their minds in the game to work creatively and to solve troubleshoot for sustainable opportunities from the start.
In the beginning the project team has an opportunity to identify efficiencies together and prevent a soiled workflow. Initial brainstorm meeting also allows the owner to set goals and expectations. All this preparation in the early stages is essential to optimize the benefits for long term sustainability. The intent is to get key desired levels of certification in sustainability rating systems such as Leader in Energy & Environmental Sustainability and Green Globes.
Building a Sustainable future
Sustainable Construction involves many issues such as management and design of buildings, construction technology and processes, materials performance, energy and resource efficiency in building, robust products and technologies, operation and maintenance, long-term monitoring, socially-viable environments, occupational health and safety and working conditions, fabric and architecture, flexibility in building use technical and social contexts.
Construction sustainability aims to meet present day needs for housing, infrastructure and environments without compromising on the ability of future generations to meet their own requirement in time to come. It includes various elements of economic efficiency, social responsibility and environmental performance and it contributes to greatest extent when architectural quality, transferability and technical innovation are included.