Building life cycle assessment software for Level(s)
Automate building LCA, LCC and achieve Level(s) macro-objectives using One Click LCA software
What is Level(s)?
Level(s) is framework adopted in Europe to measure, report, and share the environmental performance of their buildings. The new EU Taxonomy requires to follow Level(s)indicator 1.2 to measure life-cycle Global Warming Potential for new large buildings.
The Level(s) certification framework is organised into three levels as follows:
Levels assessment made easy
Everything you need to perform carbon assessments according to Level(s) framework
Perform early-stage carbon assessments
Generate typical buildings and perform carbon assessments compatible with the Levels framework during early- stages of your project and identify hotspots.
Why choose One Click LCA for Levels?
Level(s) compatible carbon designer 3D Software
Using carbon designer 3D, you can create reference buildings and estimate the embodied carbon with just building type and size.
Access to global and European database
One Click LCA database contains more than 130k datapoints and integrates data from all of the available EPD platforms around the globe.
Seamless data import
One Click LCA supports integrations with data from Revit, Excel, Tekla, and more than 15 other integrations
Levels macro objectives and core indicators supported by One Click LCA
With One Click LCA, you can achieve Levels macro objectives listed below
How does it work?
One Click LCA software tools that help you to achieve effortless compliance with Levels framework
- Startpaket – Calculate life cycle carbon impacts
- Business – Automate full LCAs with BIM and other data sources. Features include BIM, BEM, and Excel import, ability to benchmark, download EPDs, and more.
- Expert – compare and optimise your designs. Features include advanced LCA, private assemblies, and the ability to compare cost and carbon and receive BIM data.
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What is included in the scope?
|Building parts||Related building elements|
|Shell (substructure and superstructure)|
|Load-bearing structural frame||Frame (beams, columns, and slabs)
|Non-loadbearing items||Ground floor slab
Internal walls, partitions, and doors
Stairs and ramps
|Facades||External wall systems, cladding and shading devices
Façade openings (including windows and external doors)
External paints, coatings, and renders
|Parking facilities||Above ground and underground (within the curtilage of the building and servicing the building occupiers)|
|Core (fittings, furnishings and services)|
|Fittings and furnishings||Sanitary fittings
Cupboards, wardrobes, and worktops (where provided in residential property)
Wall and ceiling finishes
Floor coverings and finishes
|In-built lighting system||Light fittings
Control systems and sensors
|Energy systems||Heating plant and distribution
Cooling plant and distribution
Electricity generation and distribution
|Ventilation system||Air handling units
Ductwork and distribution
|Sanitary systems||Cold water distribution
Hot water distribution
Water treatment systems
|Other systems||Lifts and escalators
Communication and security installations
Telecoms and data installations
|Utilities||Connections and diversions
Substations and equipment
|Landscaping||Paving and other hard surfaces
Fencing, railings, and walls