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Environmental Challenges and Impacts:

EnvironmentalChallengesandImpacts:
TheneedforregionalizedSystem

AirPollution

Climate
Change

HumanHealth

LandUse&
Contamination

Impacts
Res lting
Resulting
fromBuilt
Environment

Materials
Depletion

FossilFuels
Depletion

Water
Depletion

WaterPollution

Air
Pollution
LandUse&
Contamina
tion

Climate
Change

Impacts
Resulting
fromBuilt
Environment

Human
Health

Materials
Depletion

MajorPollutants
FossilFuels
Depletion

Water
Depletion
Water
Pollution

AIRPOLLUTION
Sulfurdioxide(SOx)
Nitrogenoxides(NOx)
Carbon
Carbonmonoxide(CO)
monoxide (CO)
Carbondioxide(CO2)
Volatileorganiccompounds(VOCs)

Sources
Non natural sources
Nonnaturalsources
Powerplants,factories,incinerators
Motorvehicles,marinevesselsandaircraft
Chemicals,dustandcontrolledburnpractices
Fumesfrompaint,hairspray,varnish,aerosolspraysandother
solvents
Wastedepositioninlandfills

NaturalSources
Dust
Methane,emittedbythedigestionoffoodbyanimals
RadongasfromradioactivedecaywithintheEarth'scrust
Smokeandcarbonmonoxide

EPA:AP42: CompilationofAirPollutantEmissionFactors

Air
Pollution

Impacts
Resulting
fromBuilt
Environment

Human
Health

AIRPOLLUTION

LandUse&
Contamina
tion

Climate
Change

Frommajorpollutants NOx,SOx,CO,C02,VOCs

GCCCountriesTotalEmissions
Bahrain
Oman 3%
6%

FossilFuels
Depletion

Materials
Depletion

Water
Depletion

TotalEmissionsofMajorCountries
GCCTotal
4%

UAE
17%

Water
Pollution

Qatar
6%
Kuwait
11%

SaudiArabia
57%

China
46%

USA
41%

Japan
6%

Germany
3%

Emissions
Saudi
Saudi
Arabia

Bahrain
CarbonMonoxide
NitrogenOxides
NonmethaneVOC
Sulfurdioxide
CarbonDioxide
Totals

Kuwait

Qatar

UAE

Oman

GCCTotal

USA

Germany

Japan

China

World

297.80
4,805.40
599.30
249.30
854.50
446.60
7,252.90
77,706.70
6,032.00
11,609.00
88,867.30
1,076,751.70
68.10
955.10
138.10
111.10
971.00
59.20
2,302.60
19,388.40
2,013.00
3,296.60
13,911.60
126,609.90
81.40
4,830.60
1,042.20
377.00
1,178.50
545.60
8,055.30
19,042.50
1,907.20
5,091.60
11,689.40
186,315.10
83.60
1,259.90
300.30
27.30
940.70
94.80
2,706.60
17,866.00
2,402.10
2,596.70
34,204.70
150,338.50
15,920.00 309,970.00 60,760.00 32,560.00 95,370.00 30,890.00 545,470.00 5,722,810.00 839,960.00 1,225,180.00 3,102,110.00 23,832,700.00
16,450.90 321,821.00 62,839.90 33,324.70 99,314.70 32,036.20 565,787.40 5,856,813.60 852,314.30 1,247,773.90 3,250,783.00 25,372,715.20

InternationalEnergyAgency(IEA)
StatisticsDivision.2006

TheNetherlandsNationalInstituteforPublicHealthandtheEnvironment/TheNetherlandsEnvironmentalAssessmentAgency(RIVM/MNP)andthe
NetherlandsOrganizationforAppliedScientificResearch(TNO).2005and2001.

Air
Pollution

Impacts
Resulting
fromBuilt
Environment

Human
Health

FOSSILFUELSDEPLETION_GlobalEnergyConsumption

LandUse&
Contamina
ti
tion

Climate
Change
C
a ge

AnnualEnergyConsumption,percapita

Fossil
Fuels

Units:KgofOil,equivalent

Depletion

China
Materials
Depletion

Water
Depletion
Water
Pollution

1 316 00
1,316.00

Japan

4,135.30

Germany

4,187.00

US
GCCAverage
GCC Total
GCCTotal

7,885.9
10 601 7
10,601.7

Oman

5,440.00

UAE

TheGCCCountrieshavehighenergy
consumptionrates

10,354.0

Qatar

19,466.00

Kuwait

Qatarhasthehighestenergy
consumptionratepercapitainthe
world

11 102 00
11,102.00

SaudiArabia

6,068.00

Bahrain

11,180.0

0.0

5,000.0

10,000.0

15,000.0

20,000.0

25,000.0

AnnualEnergyConsumption,percapita1

KgofOil,
equivalent

Bahrain

Saudia
Arabia

Kuwait

Qatar

UAE

Oman

GCC
Average

USA

Germany

Japan

China

11,180.0

6,068.00

11,102.00

19,466.00

10,354.0

5,440.00

10,601.7

7,885.9

4,187.00

4,135.30

1,316.00

InternationalEnergyAgency(IEA)StatisticsDivision.2006.EnergyBalancesofOECDCountries(2006edition)andEnergyBalancesofNon
OECDCountries(2006edition).Paris:IEA.

Air
Pollution
LandUse&
Contamina
ti
tion

Climate
Change
C
a ge

Impacts
Resulting
fromBuilt
Environment

Human
Health

FossilFuels
Depletion

WATERDEPLETION
IntheGCC,overallpercapitafreshwateravailabilityhasfallenfromabout680
cubicmeters in1970toabout180cubicmetersin2000.
TheGCCstotalannualwaterdemandhasgrownfromabout6billioncubicmeters
g
(BCM)in1980toabout28BCMin2000.

Water

Materials
Depletion

Depletion
Water
Pollution

IntheGCC,percapitaaveragedailyconsumptionofwaterinthedomesticsector
rangesbetween300and750liters,thehighestintheworld.

WaterDemandinGCCCountries
1980
1990
Growthrate
2000
(millionm3) (millionm3) 198090(%) (millionm3)
Bahrain
138
223
162
269
Kuwait
186
383
206
993
Oman
665
1236
186
1303
Qatar
110
194
176
433
SaudiArabia
2362
16300
690
20800
UnitedArabEmirates
789
1490
189
3506
Total
4250
19826
27304
Country

Water in the Arabina Peninsula, Al-Alawi and


Abdulrazzak, 1994; Arab Gulf Programme for UN
Development Organizations/World Bank 2005.

Growthrate
19902000(%)
121
259
105
223
128
235

Water Resource Management


Challenges in the GCC Countries, by AlZubari

Air
Pollution

Impacts
Resulting
fromBuilt
Environment

Human
Health

WATERDEPLETION

LandUse&
Contamina
ti
tion

Climate
Change
C
a ge

ThecountriesintheGCChaveanextremelylimitedamountofrenewablewater
resourcesperperson,withanaverageof112.5cubicmetersperpersonperyear.
TheUShas6815.8,Germanyhas1861.5,andJapanhas3350.9cubicmetersper
personperyear.
p
p y

FossilFuels
Depletion

Water

Materials
Depletion

Depletion
Water
Pollution

ActualRenewableWaterResources:Percapita
U
Units:Cubicmetersperpersonperyear
i C bi

World

8209.9

China

Only3countriesintheworldproducelesswaterthan
Qatarfromfreshwatersources.2
Withinapproximatelytwotofiveyears,Qatarwill
havenofreshwaterremainingifaquiferwaterisused
atthecurrentrateinQatar.3
Q

2125 0
2125.0

Japan

3350.9

Germany

1861.5

US

6815.8

GCCAverage

119.5
0.0

3AnalysisandStrategicPlan:Waterfor
SustainableAgricultureinQatar

1000.0 2000.0 3000.0 4000.0 5000.0 6000.0 7000.0 8000.0 9000.0

2WWFLivingPlanetReport2008

FoodandAgricultureOrganizationoftheUnited
Nations(FAO)LandandWaterDevelopmentDivision,
2007.

Air
Pollution
LandUse&
Contamina
tion

Climate
Change

Impacts
Resulting
fromBuilt
Environment

Human
Health

FossilFuels
Depletion

WATERPOLLUTION
Theoverexploitationofgroundwaterresourceshasseverelycompromisedthe
qualityofthewaterbytheintrusionofseawaterintoaquifers

Contamination from Oil Pollution


ContaminationfromOilPollution
1 1.2millionbarrelsofoilandwasteproductsentertheArabianGulfeachyear
Materials
Depletion

Water
Depletion

Water
Pollution

TheGulfishighlyvulnerabletooilpollutionbecausethesystemisflushedvery
slowlythroughthenarrowStraitofHormuz

ContaminationfromDesalinationProcesses
Desalinationplantscontributetoairandwaterpollution seawaterandmarinelife
isaffectedbyrejectedbrines,whichhaveelevatedtemperatures,increasedsalt
concentration,andresidualchemicalsfromthedesalinationprocesses
pointsourcepollution contaminantsthataredischargedfromasinglemechanism,
sewagepipeorstormdrain

CoastalmanagementinthePersianGulfregion..,
byNadim,Bagtzoglou,andIranmahboob.
UniversityofConnecticut,DepartmentofCiviland
EnvironmentalEngineering

2
3

WaterResourceManagementChallengesinthe
GCCCountries,byAlZubari
PollutionImpactsofDesalination,by
Abderrahman andHussain

Air
Pollution

Human
Health

MATERIALDEPLETION

LandUse&
Contamina
ti
tion

Climate
Change
C
a ge

Impacts
Resulting
fromBuilt
Environment

Materials
Depletion

Theextraction,manufacturing,transportation,use,anddisposalofmaterials
comprisethecumulativeenvironmentalimpactfrommaterialsconsumption.
FossilFuels
Depletion

MostGCCcountriesrankinthetoptenworldwideintermsofwasteproductionper
capita.

EstimatedWasteinGCCCountries

Water
Depletion

55%isestimatedtobeconstructionanddemolitionwaste recycling

Water
Pollution

EstimatedWasteinGCCCountries
municipal
waste
20%

contstructi
onwaste
55%

industrial
waste
18%
hazardous
waste
7%

1.MiddleEastWasteSummit,www.wastesummit.com

Air
Pollution

Climate
Change

Impacts
Resulting
fromBuilt
Environment

Human
Health

CLIMATECHANGE

LandUse&
Contamina
ti
tion

Materials
Depletion

ClimatechangereferstoanylongtermchangesintheEarthsweatherand
atmosphericconditions.Thesechangescanhavedetrimentaleffectsonnatural
landscapes,wildlife,andhumans.

FossilFuels
Depletion

The amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is a major factor related


to recent climate change patterns.

Water
Depletion
Water
Pollution

CarbonEmissions:Annualpercapita
Units:
Metric tons of CO2 per person
Units:MetrictonsofCO2perperson

China

Thepercapitaemissionsofcarbonisvery
similartothepercapitaconsumptionof
energy The GCC Countries have high per
energy.TheGCCCountrieshavehighper
capitavalues,withQatarhavingthehighest
rate.

3.2

Japan

9.8

Germany

10 2
10.2

US
GCCAverage
GCCTotal

19.5
23.4

Oman

12.3

UAE

23.7

Qatar

44.4

Kuwait

24.1

SaudiArabia

13.3

Bahrain

22.5

10
1

20

30

40

50

2006USGreenhouseGasInventoryExecutiveSummary.www.epa.gov/climatechange/emissions/
2
Dr.PieterTans,NOAA/ESRL(www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/ccgg/trends)
IPCC,2007:ClimateChange2007:ThePhysicalScienceBasis.ContributionofWorkingGroupItotheFourthAssessmentReportofthe
IntergovernmentalPanelonClimateChange[Solomon,S.,D.Qin,M.Manning(eds.)].

ENVIRONMENTAL
IMPACTS
AirPollution
LandUse&
Contamination
FossilFuel
Depletion
WaterDepletion

Water Pollution
WaterPollution
Materials
Depletion
HumanHealth&
Comfort
ClimateChange

ScopeofSystem

SYSTEM
ELEMENTS

ENVIRONMENTAL
IMPACTS

Urban
Connectivity

AirPollution

Site

LandUse&
Contamination

Energy

FossilFuel
Depletion

Water

WaterDepletion

Materials

Water Pollution
WaterPollution

Indoor
Environment

Materials
Depletion

Cultural&
EconomicValue

HumanHealth&
Comfort

Management
&Operations

ClimateChange

STAGESOFRATINGSYSTEM
DESIGN

CONSTRUCTION

OPERATIONS

SystemFramework

.:DevelopmentofQatarSustainabilityAssessmentSystem
e e op e t o Qata Susta ab ty ssess e t Syste
(QSAS)

.: Objective
Tocreateasustainablebuiltenvironmentthatminimizesecologicalimpact
throughthedevelopmentofasustainabilityratingsystemsupportedbya
setofperformancebasedstandardsthataddressesthespecificregional
needsandenvironmentofQatar.

Development Process (2007-2010)


(2007 2010)
Groundwork
140+
BUILDING RATING SYSTEMS
TOOLS
GUIDELINES

UK:
BREEAM

Rating System

US:
LEED

Expert Review
Fields

Canada:
Green Globes
WHOLE BUILDING
RATING SYSTEMS

6
ESTABLISHED RATING
SYSTEMS

EXISTING ENERGY
STANDARDS

[1] Energy Experts


[2] Systems Developers
[3] Industry Specific

Hong Kong:
CEPAS
Japan:
CASBEE
International:
SBTool

EU:
CEN-ISO
US:
ASHRAE

Qata
ar CONTE
EXT

40

Qatar
Sustainability
Assessment
S t
System
Design Guidelines
Rating Elements

Regions
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]

US
UK
Netherlands
Canada
Japan
China
Hong Kong
Australia

Weighting +
Scoring

Qatar
Energy
Standard

AssessmentSystemWeighting:Commercial
No
UC
UC.1
UC.2
UC.3
UC.4
UC.5
UC.6
UC.7
UC.8
UC.9
S
S.1
S.2
S.3
S
S.4
S.5
S.6
S.7
S.8
E
E1
E.1
E.2
E.3
E.4
E.5
W
W1
W.1

Category
Criteria
Urban Connectivity
Load on Local Traffic Conditions
Pedestrian Pathways
Proximity to Amenities
Light Pollution
Noise Pollution
Public Transportation
Private Transportation
Sewer & Waterway Contamination
Shading of Adjacent Properties
Site
Ecological Value of Land
Vegetation & Shading
Desertification
Rainwater Runoffff
Mixed Use
Heat Island Effect
Adverse Wind Conditions
Acoustic Conditions
Energy
Energy Demand Performance
Energy Delivery Performance
Fossil Fuel Conservation
CO2 Emissions
NOx, SOx, & Particulate Matter
Water
Water Consumption

Weight
8.00%
1.80%
1.08%
0.69%
0.58%
0.43%
1.30%
0.39%
1.08%
0.65%
9.00%
2.34%
1.05%
1.75%
1.17%
%
0.88%
0.58%
0.88%
0.35%
24.00%
5 20%
5.20%
5.20%
3.64%
4.55%
5.41%
16.00%
16 00%
16.00%

M
M.1
M.2
M.3
M.4
M.5
M.6
M.7
IE
IE.1
IE.2
IE.3
IE.4
IE.5
IE.6
IE.7
IE.8
IE.9
IE.10
CE
CE.1
CE 2
CE.2
MO
MO.1
MO.2
MO.3
MO.4
MO 5
MO.5
MO.6

Materials
Regional Materials
Responsible Sourcing of Materials
Structure Reuse: On-site
Materials Reuse: Off-site
Recycled Materials
Design for Disassembly
Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)
Indoor Environment
Thermal Comfort
Low-Emitting Materials
Natural Ventilation
Mechanical Ventilation
Indoor Chemical & Pollutant Source
Control
Views
Glare Control
Illumination Levels
Acoustic Quality
Daylight
Cultural & Economic Value
Heritage & Cultural Identity
Support of National Economy
Management & Operations
Commissioning Plan
Energy Use Sub-metering
Leak Detection
Organic Waste Management
Recycling Management
Intelligent Building Control System
Total

8.00%
1.85%
0.00%
0.91%
1.54%
1.85%
1.85%
0.00%
14.00%
1.20%
1.60%
1.60%
1.60%
1.60%
1.20%
1.20%
1.20%
1.20%
1.60%
13.00%
8.67%
4 33%
4.33%
8.00%
2.67%
0.89%
1.78%
0.00%
0 00%
0.00%
2.67%
100.00%

Weighting&Scoring
EXISTINGWEIGHTING+SCORINGSYSTEM

CriteriaWeighting
ImpactWeighting
Intensity
X_i
1:010
2:1120
3:2130
4:3140
5:4150
6:5160
7:>60

Result
Extent

Duration
Y_i

Z_i

1:<10m/space
2:10100morbuildingg
3:Site
4:Neighborhood
5:Urban/City
6:Regional
7:Global

NormalizeResults

Multiplication
ofFactors
X_i*Y_i*Z_i

1:Transient/0
2
3:SeveralYears
4
5:Decades
6
7:Indefinitely

WaterDepletion[19%]
MaterialsDepletion[6%]
LandUse&Contamination[7%]
WaterPollution[14%]
AirPollution[16%]
HumanComfort&Health[22%]

X_i*Y_i*Z_i
i

X_n*Y_n*Z_n

EnvironmentalImpactfor
EachCriterion
FossilFuelDepletion[6%]

PercentageScore

n=1

Intensity_calculation

ClimateChange[10%]
g [
]

CriterionWeighting_

ImpactLevel

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x

0 Noimpact
.5 Secondaryimpact
1 Primaryimpact
y p

TotalImpact
a+a+a+a+a+a+a+a= TotalImpactforEachCriterion(X_i)

=
=
=
=
=
=
=
=

a
a
a
a
a
a
a
a

Building Assessment : Points Achieved vs. Points


Attainable
0.24

Urban Connectivity
UrbanConnectivity
Illustratespointsachievedand
themaximumattainablepoints
foreachcategory

0.11
0.27

Site

Allowsusertoseewhichcategory
canbeimprovedupontoobtain
desiredamountofpointsand
ratinglevel
g

0.00
0.72

Energy

0.00
0.48

Water

0.00
0.24

Materials
Barchartisinteractive it
automaticallyreadjustswhen
inputvaluesarechanged

0.00
0.42

IndoorEnvironment

0.00
0.39

Cultural&EconomicValue

0.00
0.24

Management&Operations

0.00
0.3

PointsAttainable

0.2

0.1

0.0

Achieved

0.1

0.2

0.3

0.4

0.5

0.6

0.7

0.8

Scoring Levels (6 Stars)

0.110

Score

Thechartdisplays
theQSASrating
g
levelachievedby
theproject

X<0

CertificationLevel

QSASCertification
Certificationdenied

0.0X0.5
0.5<X1.0
1.0<X1.5
Certificationachieved
1.5<X2.0
2.0<X2.5
2.5<X3.0

A li ti
Applications
Of QSAS Rating
R ti System
S t
Neighborhood(Forneighborhoodsandcities)
CommercialBuildings
Commercial Buildings
ResidentialBuildings
Schools
Core&Shell
Mosques
Mosques
Hotels
LightIndustries
Light Industries
Sports 2011FIFAWorldCup

QSAS Resources
QSAS Manuals Suite
It consists
i t off 30+ volumes
l
d
documenting
ti allll
aspects related to QSAS categories,
development and scientific foundation for
the system
y

MANUALS
SUITE

QSAS Tools Suite


More than one hundred normative and
automated calculators for assessing
different criteria attainment based on
objective measures and metrics
QSAS Project Management Suite
Web-based solution developed to manage
the certification process from registration
through certification allowing all
stakeholders including consultants, advisors,
assessors and certifying agencies to interact
online

PMS

TOOLS
SUITE

QSASAssessments
TheAssessmentmanualsoutlinethespecificissues
The
Assessment manuals outline the specific issues
relatedtocriteriaintheratingsystems.Everymanual
includesthedescriptionandprinciplesassociatedwith
eachcriterionaswellasthespecificmeasurementsand
submittalsthatarerequired.Eachsectionalsooutlines
thescoringmethodologyspecifictothatcriterion.
TheCommercial AssessmentSystemconsistsofeightcategories
and48criteria,
TheCore&ShellAssessmentSystemconsistsofeightcategories
and47criteria.
d 47 it i
TheSchools AssessmentSystemconsistsofeightcategoriesand
47criteria.
TheResidential AssessmentSystemconsistsofeightcategories
and32criteria.
The
TheMosques
Mosques AssessmentSystemconsistsofeightcategoriesand
Assessment System consists of eight categories and
36criteria.
TheHotels AssessmentSystemconsistsofeightcategoriesand45
criteria.
TheLightIndustryAssessmentSystemconsistsofeightcategories
and44criteria.
TheNeighborhoods AssessmentSystemconsistsofeight
categoriesand39criteria.
TheOperations AssessmentSystemconsistsofeightcategories
and41criteria.
TheConstruction AssessmentSystemconsistsoffourcategories
and9criteria.
d 9 it i

QSASGuidelines
TheGuidelinesconsistofrecommendationstobeusedas
The
Guidelines consist of recommendations to be used as
guidanceforrealizingsustainablebuildingsinQatar.For
eachofthecriteria,thereportidentifiestherelated
environmentalissuesandtheassociateddesign
objectives.Therearerecommendationsthatoutline
generaldesignprinciplesandsolutionsthatcanbeused
tomeettheratingsystemcriteria.
TheCommercial AssessmentSystemconsistsofeightcategories
and48criteria.
TheCore&ShellAssessmentSystemconsistsofeightcategories
and47criteria.
TheSchools AssessmentSystemconsistsofeightcategoriesand
47criteria.
TheResidential AssessmentSystemconsistsofeightcategories
and 32 criteria
and32criteria.
TheMosques AssessmentSystemconsistsofeightcategoriesand
36criteria.
TheHotels AssessmentSystemconsistsofeightcategoriesand45
criteria.
TheLightIndustryAssessmentSystemconsistsofeightcategories
g
y
y
g
g
and44criteria.
TheNeighborhoods AssessmentSystemconsistsofeight
categoriesand39criteria.
TheOperations AssessmentSystemconsistsofeightcategories
and41criteria.
TheConstruction AssessmentSystemconsistsoffourcategories
and9criteria.

QATARSUSTAINABILITYASSESSMENTSYSTEM(QSAS)

QSASToolkit

DESIGNSTAGE
No

Point

Category

0.110

UC UrbanConnectivity

SummaryTab
Displays
Displayspointsearnedforeachcategory,
points earned for each category,
combinedtotalpoints,andratinglevel
achievedbytheproject.

0.110

Site

0.000

Energy

0.000

Water

0.000

Materials

0.000

IE

IndoorEnvironment

0.000

CE Cultural&EconomicValue

0.000

MO Management&Operations

0.000

Level1

LevelAchieved

PointsAchievedvs.PointsAttainable
0.24

UrbanConnectivity

Bar chart illustrates points achieved and the


Barchartillustratespointsachievedandthe
maximumattainablepointsforeach
category
LinechartdisplaysQSASratinglevel
achievedbytheproject

0.11
0.27

Site
Site

0.00
0.72

Energy

0.00
0.48

Water

0.00
0.24

Materials

0.00
0.42

IndoorEnvironment

0.00
0.39

Cultural&EconomicValue

0.00
0.24

Management&Operations

0.00

0.3 0.2 0.1 0.0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 0.5 0.6 0.7 0.8
PointsAttainable

Achieved

Score
X<0
0.0X0.5
0.5<X1.0

0.110

Level
CertificationLevel
Poor

Level1
Level2
Level3

1.0<X1.5
Levelachieved
1.5<X2.0
2.0<X2.5

Range
QSASCertification
X<0
Certificationdenied
0X1
1<X2
2<X3
Certificationachieved
f
h
d

Level1

2.5<X3.0

Copyright@BARWAKnowledgeandT.C.ChanCenter

January2010

QATARSUSTAINABILITYASSESSMENTSYSTEM(QSAS)

QSASToolkit

COMMERCIAL DESIGNSTAGE
UC

CategoryTab
Onetabforeachoftheeight
categories
Displaysthescore,weight
andpointsachievedforeach
criterion
ProvidestheDescription,
MeasurementPrinciple,
Measurement,Submittaland
Scoreforeachcriterion

UrbanConnectivity

UC.1
UC.2
UC.3
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LoadonLocalTrafficConditions
PedestrianPathways
ProximitytoAmenities
Light Pollution
LightPollution
NoisePollution
PublicTransportation
PrivateTransportation
Sewer&WaterwayContamination
ShadingofAdjacentProperties

UC.1

LoadonLocalTrafficConditions

DESCRIPTION

Minimizeimpactonlocaltrafficconditions.

YourScore

Weight

Point

8.00%

0.000

0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

1.80%

0.000

1.08%

0.000

0.69%

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0 58%
0.58%

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0.43%

0.000

1.30%

0.000

0.39%

0.000

1.08%

False

0.65%

0.000

MEASUREMENT Projectwilldeterminecumulativeloadontheexistinglocaltrafficconditionsanddevelopstrategies
PRINCIPLE
tomitigateimpact.
MEASUREMENT

P j t ill h
Projectwillhavecreatedatrafficstudyreportthatincludesthefollowingelements:
t d t ffi t d
t th t i l d th f ll i
l
t
Analysisofexistingtrafficconditions
Calculationsforthedelaytimeduringpeakhoursatexistingintersections,preandpost
development,toestimateaddedtrafficloadduetoprojectdevelopment
Strategiestomitigateimpactofincreaseddelaysduetoadditionaltrafficload
Revisedcalculationsforthedelaytime,postdevelopment,duetoimplementationofthe
recommendedstrategies

SUBMITTAL

Submitatrafficstudyreporttodemonstratehowtheprojectwillmitigateimpacton
traffic/transportationloadsincludinganysupportingdocumentationpertainingtopreandpost
developmentcalculationsandestimates.

SCORE

MaximumDelayTimeIncrease(minutes)

Inputboxforeachcriterion

Score

Requirement

0
1
2
3

YourScore

X 6 OR Pl d
X>6ORPlandoesnotdemonstratecompliance
td
t t
li
4<X6
2<X4
X2

QSAS Online Project Management Suite

QSAS
GroundupApproach
DevelopingfromscratchallowsfortheseamlessintegrationbetweenQatarspecific
requirements and sustainable goals
requirementsandsustainablegoals.

BestMix
Combinesthebestmethodsfromsixestablishedsystemsresultinginacustomizedtoolspecific
totherequirementsandneedsofQatar.

Performancebased
Categories,criteria,andmeasurementsaredefinedtobeperformancebasedandquantifiable,
wherepossible.Prescriptivemeasurementsareprovidedasrecommendationsindesign
guidelines.

Flexible
Aggregationmethodisdefinedfromthegroundupandisappliedtothesystemfromthe
criteria,subcategory,andcategorylevelwhichallowsfortheflexibilityofmodifyingan
individual component without interfering with the entire system.
individualcomponentwithoutinterferingwiththeentiresystem.

Control
Completecontroloverthedevelopment,customization,deployment,andfuturemodifications
orexpansionoftheratingsystem.

d
ffor QSAS
Landscape
Deployment

Construc
tion Code
QCS2011
Gov
Projects

Gov/Semi
Agencies

Ashghal

Deployment
Deployment
Dimensions

Lusail City

Qatar
Master
Plan2030

(Mega
Projects)

QOC
Facilities

KAHRAMA
R l ti
Regulations

Landscape for QSAS


Deployment

Morethan300Certified
Professional
MorethanOnehundredfirms

Project are being sought for QSAS


certifications through GORD:
18 million square meter of sustainable city
master plan development
4 million square meter of mixed development
master plan
54,000
,
square
q
meter of sports
p
facility
y
Total of 49,000 square meter of residential
buildings
360 000 square meter of commercial buildings
360,000
8,500 square meter of core and shell building
75,000 square meter of hotel building

Impacts of QSAS Implementation


Policies
Systems

Immediate
Emissions
Cap

Micro-Level

Development
Opportunities

Materials
Rating

Renewables

Materials Industry

Benefits
Economic
Renewable
Energy Industry
Materials Industry
Carbon Trading

Macro-Level

IMPROVEMENTS
(R & D)

Waste
Disposal
Water
Resource
M
Management
t
Urban
Planning

Recycling

Ecological
Over Time

Reduce Resource
Depletion

Transportation
Underground
Networks &
Services

Minimize Climate
Change

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