The transnational use of the CESBA tool for the assessment of buildings in Austria, Germany, Italy, Slovenia, Slovakia, Poland, the Czech Republic, and Hungary raised some discussion on the usability of the CESBA tool all over Europe.
Here are some important quotes of the discussion on the CESBA tool indicators:
"Points are only for bus or train transport, why not include tram or subway? We included this in assessment and we suggest to include all kind of public transport" (Czech Chamber of Architects)
"In our practice we are using other standards for calculations" (Building and Civil Engineering Institute ZRMK, Slovenia)
"We propose to raise the upper limit (of the comfort temperature) in summer from 25°C to 27°C in order to consider higher summer temperature in Italy." (City of Udine, Italy)
Also, the Key Performance Indicators need to be discussed.
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This hotel and harbour was constructed within the frame of a project covering the revitalization of degraded sports grounds on an island Młyńska in Bydgoszcz city. The designer was appointed by way of the international competition. Financial means for the building came from funds of the City, from national sources and from the European Union. The architecture of the building is innovative of modern style. The building obtained awards in architectural competitions. The building is characterised by low energy consumption for heating purposes. The heating energy comes form natural gas.
In the assessment using the CESBA tool the harbour achieved 696 of 1000 possible.
The evaluation was carried out using the PHPP programme and the Ecosoft programme.
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