Last edited 19 Apr 2018

BREEAM Case study template

Case study article title. This should probably be the building name. Pay attention to the title as this is how internet search engines will find your article.

Contents

[edit] Introduction

[edit] Headline

Use this section to provide a statement to best describe the project/asset in 10 words or under

Eg. First BREEAM certification in Bolivia, Tallest building in Japan, June 2016.

[edit] Client quote

Include the person’s name, job title, organisation

[edit] Project details

  • Name of project/building
  • Country
  • Scheme
  • Sector
  • Scheme version
  • Scheme Parts Assessed (RFO)
  • Rating / Part name & rating
  • Score / Part name & score
  • Stage (not applicable to In-Use)
  • Size

[edit] Project team

[edit] About the asset

Use this section to enter details about the asset (history, purpose, unique facts)

[edit] A: Client’s Green Strategy

Use this section to describe the client’s idea for the asset behind becoming more sustainable

[edit] B - Why you chose BREEAM

Eg. we wanted to save money on our energy and water bills

[edit] C – Environmental Categories

Please use this section to provide details on any of the following categories in relation to the project:

[edit] Management

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[edit] Health and Well-being

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[edit] Energy

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[edit] Transport

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[edit] Water

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[edit] Materials

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[edit] Land Use and Ecology

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[edit] Pollution

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[edit] Innovation

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[edit] D – Aside from the environmental category improvements what has been achieved as a result of using BREEAM?

Eg:

  • What was done differently as a result of the BREEAM process?
  • Outcomes of the key Project Team being involved at the pre-planning phase?
  • Increased staff satisfaction
  • Reduction in utility use
  • Increased building value

[edit] Additional information

  • Has this asset received any BREEAM Awards?
  • Further information about the asset/the assessment/the BREEAM experience
  • Quotes from each of the organisations involved in the project
  • Further information on what the improvements have been since certification
    • Eg. 6 months’ (increased staff satisfaction, reduction in utility use, increased building value)