Infrastructure Life Cycle Assessment Case StudyRead this Case Study on HS2 London Euston Railway Station
Project: HS2 London Euston Railway Station
HS2 London Euston Railway Station, RIBA Stage 2 design, London, 87000m2
- Investor: High Speed Two (HS2) Limited. HS2 is the company responsible for developing and promoting the UK’s new high-speed rail network. It is funded by grant-in-aid from the UK government. HS2 is an executive non-departmental public body, sponsored by the UK Department for Transport.
- Contact: James Robb |Senior Sustainability Consultant firstname.lastname@example.org | LinkedIn
- Type: New construction
- Certification: Carrying out this analysis allows the project to achieve 2 Innovation credits under the BREEAM New Construction 2014 scheme, providing an additional 1% to the overall score. The project is expected to achieve BREEAM Excellent as a minimum.
- One Click LCA Expert: WSP
- One Click LCA used for: The One Click LCA Revit plugin was used to extract materials and quantities data from a combined project BIM model. This contained all Architectural (Wilkinson Eyre Architects) and Structural (WSP Structures) RIBA Stage 2 design information.
A baseline Whole Life Carbon Footprint for the building was calculated over a design life of 120 years, using the One Click LCA ‘EN 15978’ indicator. A variety of design options were then tested against this baseline, allowing a 14% reduction in Whole Life Carbon emissions to be developed by the end of RIBA Stage 2. A number of further reductions were highlighted during the analysis and will be investigated in future project stages as the detailed design is progressed.
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