Where the embodied is buried

Buxton, Pamela
May 2013
Building Design;5/3/2013, Issue 2059, p14
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the changes on Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method (Breeam) and building regulations that concern embodied carbon reduction. According to Fergal Kelly of Peter Brett Associates (PBA), reduction of embodied carbon is an allowable solution for zero carbon building regulations 2016. Topics of the article includes the re-usable ability of steel, use of post-construction steel for other installations, and biochemistry building of Oxford University.


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