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WE OFFER

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​Carbon footprint analysis
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Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)
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Pathways to net zero emissions
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LCA of Building Information Models (BIM)
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Developing and distributing LCA software
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Life Cycle Inventory database (LCI) development
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Corporate and product ReCiPe and Carbon ecoprofiles
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Building data bridges for all major LCI databases
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Competitive product analysis
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WE DEVELOP

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​Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) to ISO 14025 or EN 15804 standards
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Environmental Building Declarations (EBDs) to the EN 15879 standard
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Green Building Council Credit Analysis
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Life Cycle Inventory databases
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Whole building LCIA
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OUR CURRENT COMMERCIAL ARRANGEMENTS

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Licensed to develop LCADesign results reporting to meet EN15804, IPCC, Green Building and LEEED requirements
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Australasian Licensee for OpenLCA, Developer of free LCI databases for students and professionals
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Develop EcoSpold compliant LCI plugins for OpenLCA impact assessment software
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OUR CURRENT PRODUCTION

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We have developed over 1,026 third party certified EPDs
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We have developed and continue to maintain life cycle inventory databases and datasets for European, Asian, British and Pacific Rim regions
This includes; All Australian States, England, Ireland, Scotland, Europe, Germany, Netherlands, France, Finland, Italy, Spain, Russia, Denmark, Czech Republic, Sweden and Switzerland, Canadian Provinces of Quebec, Ontario and British Columbia
USA States: Arkansas, California, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Michigan, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas, P R China: DongGuan and Baotou Prefectures, Hebei and Shandong Provinces as well as the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, Mongolia

LCADesign radar charts

Below are some samples of analytical output from LCADesign using a building information model,  In these two example four material variations exist in the BIM wall elements within LCADesign, which  normalises these options relative to the colourbond (steel sheeting coated with zinc and polymer) wall, represented by the blue circle. Thus the impact of the use of these material options relative to the use of colourbond are clearly displayed.  These results reflect the walls only.  Any parts of the building can be combined.
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In the example below, Three iterations of a buildings design are compared.  The final version of the design is normalised or used as a base to allow direct relative comparison of the previously completed first and third iterations of the design.  This shows that the final design is an improvement across all measures except for air emmissions of mercury and EcoIndicator 99.  The source of these variations could then be traced to the guilty element group graphically as production of such charts are almost instantaneous.
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LCADesign screen images

Below is an image of LCADesigns use of a building information model, showing the grouping of building elements.  The selected building element is shown marked in red.
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In the example below, the distribution of CO2 content from fuel production, product processsing and transport embedded in each group of building elements is shown in metric tonnes
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