Existing Buildings Survival Strategies II - 2009

Existing Buildings Survival Strategies II - 2009
DATE 22 Jun 2009
FORMAT A4 Paperback
CONTACT Catherine Chan - 02 9033 1910
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Existing Buildings Survival Strategies II - 2009

How to achieve a 10 percent return on investment by retro-greening your existing office building. A companion document to the 2008 booklet.

This publication follows on from the first PCA / Arup document, which outlined more than 200 tested upgrade initiatives for existing buildings.

Existing Buildings // Survival Strategies II: making it happen takes the next step and puts the tools to work.

It shows how to upgrade three typical existing buildings using the simple PCA / Arup six-step program, and gives guidance on how to define your goals and specify targets in order to choose the right initiatives for your building.

This booklet draws on the extensive experience of Arup, Davis Langdon and Colliers International.

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