Available : 250 - 5.454 m2
Available : 1.550 m2
Available : 14 - 600 m2
Modern building of Kaleńska 5 is entirely managed by New Work and offers up to 178 work stations on 1,600 sqm of usable floor space on 4 floors. Its character and atmosphere refers...
You Should Know Before Selecting an Office Building
In the United States and in a number of other countries around the world, LEED - Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design - certification is the recognized standard for measuring building sustainability. Achieving LEED certification is the best way for you to demonstrate that your building project is truly "green." The LEED rating system offers four certification levels for new construction -- Certified, Silver, Gold and Platinum -- that correspond to the number of credits accrued in five green design categories: sustainable sites, water efficiency, energy and atmosphere, materials and resources and indoor environmental quality. LEED standards cover new commercial construction and major renovation projects, interiors projects and existing building operations. Standards are under development to cover commercial "core & shell" construction, new home construction and neighborhood developments.
BREEAM rewards performance above regulation which delivers environmental, comfort or health benefits. BREEAM awards points or ‘Credits’ and groups the environmental impacts as follows: –Energy: operational energy and carbon dioxide (CO2) –Management: management policy, commissioning, site management and procurement –Health and Wellbeing: indoor and external issues (noise, light, air, quality etc) –Transport: transport-related CO2 and location related factors –Water consumption and efficiency –Materials: embodied impacts of building materials, including lifecycle impacts like embodied carbon dioxide –Waste: construction resource efficiency and operational waste management and minimisation –Pollution: external air and water pollution –Land Use: type of site and building footprint –Ecology: ecological value, conservation and enhancement of the site The total number of points or credits gained in each section is multiplied by an environmental weighting factor which takes into account the relative importance of each section. Section scores are then added together to produce a single overall score. Once the overall score for the building is known this is translated into a rating on a scale of: -Pass -Good -Very Good -Excellent -Outstanding
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