Authors: Miss. Apeksha. D. Tembhurne, Prof. Dilendra Jasutkar, Prof. Hiradas G. Lilhare
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Now-a-days due to excessive population growth, people required more number of houses to stay within but they generally build normal building in which energy consumption is more which inefficient, but the energy sources is decreasing very fast now-a-days so by implementing the green building throughout the world, we can reduce conventional energy consumption and so by reducing population Green building is that the one during which use less water optimizes energy efficiency, conserve natural resources and generate less waste and supply healthy spaces for occupants as compare to conventional buildings A study entitle \" conversion of conventional building to green building. \"Operation, maintenance and end of cycle cost are in the range of 36% to 42%, 25% to 30% and 7% to 18% respectively lower than that of conventional building. Study found that the life cycle cost of green building is 24% to 29% less than conventional building. In this paper an analysis as given to compare and conversion of conventional building to green building.
Green building was also known as green construction or sustainable building is the practice of creating structure and using processes that are environmentally responsible and resource-efficient throughout a building’s lifecycle. There is a need for concentrating on green home, which is one of the most discussed topics throughout the world, in the era of global warming and climatic changes. Green buildings are characterized as those providing the required building performance over the building life cycle which minimizes the consumption of non-renewable resources and environmental loading to land, air, and water. Time has changed, and strengthened by the advantages of green building rating tools, the industry now recognizes that green building delivers much more than energy efficiency alone. It also understands that green building must be viewed totally that energy efficiency cannot come with a price of less fresh air and poor indoor environmental quality, or high-water consumption. Building structures must be explained in the form of their impact on local, natural, and built environment and their surroundings. While the green building has much more environmental benefits, we have made this report to focus on the social and economic benefits of green building.
A. Green Building
A green building is one that uses less water, optimizes energy efficiency, conserves natural resources, generates less waste, and providing better space for living, as compared to a standard building. Green building is that the practice of increasing the efficiency with which buildings uses resources like energy, water, and materials while reducing environmental impacts during the building lifecycle. Green building is intended to scale back the general impact of the built environment on human health and therefore the natural environment by:
Effective green building can lead by reducing operating costs by increasing productivity and using less energy and water, improved public and occupant health due to improved indoor air quality, and reduced environmental impact by, for example, less storm water runoff and the heat island effect. In short, a green building should create a joyful environment when entered, tranquility, and health when occupied and regret when departed. The energy-efficient and environmentally conscious building design is essentially a combined approach. Building materials and design methodologies need to be carefully evaluated to minimize energy use to minimize the ecological degradation that may be caused by the construction of the building and provide a cost-effective solution.
2. Object of Project
3. Reason why project is Important
4. Scope of Project
5. Introduction of Company
Pune Prizm Construction Management Private limited
It is classified as Indian Non-Government Company Pune Prizm Construction Management Private Limited. is a non-govt company (from last 12 year's) incorporated on 22 Apr, 2008. It's a private unlisted company and is classified as 'company limited by shares. It is involved in construction consultant that is IT Park projects, Residential projects, Commercial projects and industrial Project. and other technical activities. We are in the field of construction consultant business from last 25 years. We are providing services like Firefighting, plumbing, Electrical, Air conditioning, Estimating, Value engineering, Construction engineering, Material contract building, Regularity Approval, Project Management, Job site meeting, Cost control, Inspection, Schedule analysis, Shop drawing, Labour and material, Job site record and Documents. Our team has provided services on number of projects.
a. Company’s Vision, Mission and Values
c. Company’s Projects: M/s Pune Prizm Construction Management Private Ltd take a contract of all type of structure such as Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Towers, and others. It also excels small projects of Renovation, Repairs and Restoration.
II. LITERATURE REVIEW
Meeting the need of people today without destroying the resources that will be needed by the person in the future; based on long-range planning and the appreciation of the finite nature of natural resources is what sustainability is. With rising energy costs, tightening budgets, increasing populations, and diminishing resources, most of the people are turning to green buildings.
III. CONCEPTUAL ASPECT
A. Need of Green Building
The construction industry of India is one of the largest economic activities that contribute to the nation’s development. India has been witnessing huge growth in the building and construction sector for the past 5 years. As it is healthy trends it is putting high pressure on the resource demand. Green building practices can eliminate or reduce negative environmental impact and improve the existing unsustainable design, construction, and operation practices.
B. Goals of Green Building
Green building brings together an expansive line-up of practices, techniques, and skills to scale back and ultimately the impact of building on human health and on the environment. It often highlights taking advantage of renewable resources, for example- using sunlight through passive solar, active solar, and photovoltaic equipment, and using plants and trees through green roofs, a rain garden to scale back the rainwater runoff.
C. Impact of Green Building on Economy
If green buildings were to become widespread, they might impact the economy in a substantial way. In fact, due to huge resource savings, such as energy, materials, waste, and labour, green buildings would probably provoke a restructuring of the present Indian economy.
For instance, if the size of energy consumption decreases by 20%, we could assume that the same proportions would also decrease the budget of the Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE). This is of course just an assumption based on estimations; however, it would give an idea of the direct savings for the taxpayers.
D. Indian Green Building Council Rating System
IGBC has developed green building rating programs to cover commercial, residential, factory buildings, etc. There are buildings that adopt one or more green features. To recognize the extent of green features that a building adopts, Rating Systems are evolved and are available aged within the US and Europe. These rating systems are playing a pivotal role in the market transformation of the green buildings. Eco or green design principles are universal; it can't be one for the USA, one for India and one for Japan. Most of the green building rating systems touch on an equivalent chord – conservation of resources. But the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) rating system has turned out to be the most versatile and robust. After considering various rating systems, the Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) decided to adopt the LEED scoring system.
A. The launch of ‘LEED India’ Green Building rating system will facilitate to advance growth of green buildings in India. The Indian Green Building Council would offer the proper impetus for advancing the Green Building movement in India and enable India to be together recognized of the leaders in green buildings B. This building is a response to a demand for energy reductions by primarily attributed to improved envelope, lighting power density as well as daylight, sensors in perimeter spaces, along with reduction in cooling loads due to improved glazing specification, passive architectural design, which helps to achieve 40%-60% energy efficiency. C. Optimized energy and water resources will not only decrease the use of natural resources but will also help to reduce direct and indirect cost saving for water and electric bills. D. The initial cost of Green Building is Sometimes Higher than conventional building, but the savings is created in green building by low consumption of energy, water, and health cost, gives a quick return of investment and makes an effect in revenue. E. India and due credit should be given to such projects. Local municipal corporations and housing finance institutions should also be involved in rewarding the green achievements of the builder by giving some sort of incentives by way of reduced property taxes, loans at concessional rates, etc. Manufacturers and suppliers of energy efficient building materials and alternative products, solid waste management and waste water recirculation system suppliers, etc. can also be offered easy and low the percentage increase of construction about 12 to 15% in the total cost is a negligible amount when the intention is just to gain extra return benefits and to live in better and healthier environmentinterest finance as well as tax concessions or exemptions.
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