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Evaluation of the main standards for sustainable buildings and evaluation BIM details in the commercial project

Abstract

This article evaluates key building standards and BIM details. With the growing focus on environmental protection and the growing popularity of these certifications, the key sustainability assessment standards are analysed to assess their strengths and weaknesses. Using the Building Information Modelling (BIM) methodology makes it easier, quicker and more efficient to achieve the intended criteria. Similarly, BIM allows simulations to be carried out, thus facilitating the selection and implementation of energy criteria by ensuring the desired class. The study uses the data from a real implemented commercial project.


Article in Lithuanian.


Pagrindinių tvarių pastatų standartų ir BIM detalumo vertinimas prekybos paskirties projekto pavyzdžiu


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Šiame straipsnyje vertinami pagrindiniai tvarių pastatų standartai ir BIM detalumus. Didėjant dėmesiui aplinkosaugai ir augant šių sertifikatų populiarumui, analizuojami pagrindiniai tvarumo vertinimo standartai, įvertinant jų privalumus ir trūkumus. Taikant statinio informacinio modeliavimo (BIM) metodologiją, galima lengviau, greičiau ir efektyviau pasiekti numatytus kriterijus. Taip pat BIM leidžia atlikti simuliacijas, todėl palengvina energinių kriterijų parinkimą ir įgyvendinimą užtikrinant siekiamą klasę. Tyrime naudojami realiai įgyvendinto prekybos paskirties pastato projekto duomenys.


Reikšminiai žodžiai: tvarumo vertinimas, standartai, BIM, BREEAM, LEED, DGNB, prekybos paskirties projektai.

Keyword : sustainability evaluation, standards, BIM, BREEAM, LEED, DGNB, commercial projects

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Videika, G., & Migilinskas, D. (2020). Evaluation of the main standards for sustainable buildings and evaluation BIM details in the commercial project. Mokslas – Lietuvos Ateitis / Science – Future of Lithuania, 12. https://doi.org/10.3846/mla.2020.11379
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