Table 1

Sustainability criteria in adaptive reuse.

Sustainability criteria Green Star Sustainability criteria BREEAM
Management Green Star Accredited Performance assurance
Professional Building site and surroundings
Commissioning and Tuning Environmental impact building site
Adaptation and Resilience User manual
Building Information Consultation
Commitment to Performance Safety
Metering and Monitoring Knowledge transfer
Construction Environmental Maintenance/serviceability
Management Life cycle costing analysis
Operational Waste
IEQ in Green Star, Health and Wellbeing in BREEAM Indoor Air Quality Daylight admittance
Acoustic Comfort View/vista
Lighting Comfort Daylight control
Visual Comfort High frequency lighting
Indoor Pollutants Indoor and outdoor artificial lighting
Thermal Comfort Lighting control
Purge ventilation
Internal air quality
Volatile organic compounds
Thermal comfort
Temperature control
Private outdoor space
Energy Greenhouse Gas Emissions Energy efficiency
Peak Electricity Demand Reduction Sub-metering energy use
Energy efficient outdoor lighting
Renewable energy sources
Energy efficient cooling/freezer space
Energy efficient elevators
Energy efficient escalators and ribbons
Guarantee thermal quality facade
Transport Sustainable transport Availability public transportation
Distance to facilities
Alternative transportation
Pedestrian and bike safety
Traffic plan and parking policy
Traffic information point
Water Potable water Water usage
Water meter
Leak detection main water supply
Self closing water supply sanitary functions
Water recycling
Irrigation system
Car cleaning service
Materials Lifecycle impacts Building materials
Responsible building materials Sustainable products
Sustainable products Robust design
Construction and demolition waste Building flexibility
Waste Waste management building site
Use of recycled material
Storage for reusable material
Land use & ecology Ecological value Reuse of land
Sustainable sites Polluted land
Urban heat island effect Plants and animals on building site
Storm-water Plants and animals as users of the site
Light pollution Long term sustainable co-use with plants and animals
Microbial control Efficient land use
Refrigerant impacts
Pollution GWP (global warming potential) of refrigerants for climate control
Prevent leakage of refrigerants for climate control
GWP of refrigerants for cool and freeze storage
Heating related Nox-emissions
Minimize light pollution
Noise pollution
Innovation Innovative technology or process
Market transformation
Improving on Green Star Benchmarks
Innovation challenge
Global sustainability

Source: Authors.

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