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  1. Peter Grear DELIVERINGTRANSFORMATIONAL SUSTAINABILITY

  2. KEY MESSAGES • The Challenge • Framework • Commercial Reality • Technology • Examples and Strategy

  3. THE CHALLENGE

  4. SUSTAIN • Up hold • Nourish • Corroborate • Bear weight • Stand up to • Decide in favour • Means of support • Endure without giving way Accountable radical transformation

  5. CHANGE Sheffield Tweksbury Meadowhall

  6. CHANGE

  7. CHANGE Rheobatrachus silus

  8. CHANGE • Mobile phones / Laptops / Satellite navigation • Facebook • MP3 players • Jet travel for a £1 • Electronic wipe boards • Wind Farms • Solar panels • Corporate Social Responsibility • Dolly the sheep cloned in 2003 • Micro surgery • Big Brother • CCTV monitoring of public spaces

  9. WITCHDOCTOR EFFECT! >

  10. YOU TUBE - CONSTRUCTION MISHAPS

  11. FRAMEWORK

  12. INFLUENCE? 17 Million £45 billion 3,500 secondary schools

  13. 2005 > “VERY GOOD” Thresholds • Primary £0.5m • Secondary £2.0m • >10% floor area Ratings • Unclassified < 20 • Pass ≥ 25 – < 40 • Good ≥ 40 – < 55 • Very good ≥ 55 – <70 • Excellent ≥ 70

  14. SUSTAINABILITY WEIGHTING IN BSF SUSTAINABILITY=~3%

  15. LEP Sustainable scoring - 30% • Sample Schools - 15% D&B - 15% • Facilities Management – 10% • ICT – 20%, Legal – 5%, Finance – 5% • Overall rating in BSF programme Source data : Sean Lockie, F&G SUSTAINABILITY = ~1% SUSTAINABILITY = ~0.8% SUSTAINABILITY = neglible SUSTAINABILITY = Zero SUSTAINABILITY = <3%!!

  16. COMMERCIAL REALITY

  17. PERCEIVED COST INCREASE! Solutions: • integrated sustainability = • good design! • Knowledgeable and intelligent priorities • Early intervention and planning • Capital cost increase on a ‘poor’site = 3.0% 9.8%

  18. VICIOUS CIRCLE

  19. FUNDING AVAILABILITY 2% Carbon 2% ! New Build values range from £1500m2 - £2500m2 Refurbishment values range from £600m2 - £950m2* Grant funding for renewables Sources: EU Central Govt Charities BSF Local Authorities Fees / OHP/Prelims 30% 6% FF&E 3% External works 5% Finishes 5% Services 30% 65%build Sub andsuperstructure 25%

  20. Alternative revenue streams? Leisure facilities + Council offices + Police station Transparent, easy accessto facilities Shared services BREEAM ‘very good’ low energy building

  21. CARBON CALCULATORS www.teachernet.gov.uk Useful but not very effective! Alternatively utilise EPC approach: similar to Breeam but less biased; calculates performance of structure, fabric and services uses iSBEM modelling. Good for existing premises Calculates best improvements for least costs

  22. CO2 = 0! ? = 5 Watts/m2

  23. Primary School • Primary school Source: Bryanston Square

  24. TECHNOLOGY

  25. “When you understand all about the sun and all about the rotation of the earth, you can still miss the radiance of the sun” A.N Whitehead (educational philosopher ) Science and the Modern World

  26. IS THIS THE ANSWER?

  27. HIERARCHY OF ACTION Renewables 3 Efficient energy use 2 Reduce energy need 1

  28. VENTILATION AS AN EXAMPLE: Guidance on ventilation changed Considerably since 2006 Mott MacDonald undertook major study on naturally vented classrooms: Windows DO provide adequate ventilation to meet requirements under various legislation 50% of classrooms under ventilated because windows not used! Perception issues identified Solution: Old fashioned operable windows! Example: Sheffield PFI 2 secondary and 2 primary schools Once installed the team trained and guided staff and pupils on effective use

  29. EXEMPLAR SCHOOLS

  30. LANGLEY ACADEMY Rainwater harvest Solar heat Wind Natural light PV Bio fuels Reed Beds

  31. ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI “Our GCSE results and the fact that our students finished top of the national league tables for progress can rightly be attributed to the impact the building has had on their studies.” Head teacher

  32. ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI

  33. STRATEGY FOR DELIVERY! • Understand the issues and inspire others • Master plan for delivery strategy • Select best team for the project • Ensure communication with other stakeholders • Develop client brief –unambiguous/measurable • Expect to have difficulties and plan for them! • Challenge the compromises especially cost • Provide feedback and be positive • Challenge the standard norm

  34. BEWARE!

  35. Do not go gentle into the good night Old age should burn and rave at the close of the day Rage, rage against the dying of the light Dylan Thomas Ignoring climate change will be the most costly of all possible choices, for us and our children Peter Ewins, British Met Office