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Environmental Challenges and Impacts:

EnvironmentalChallengesandImpacts:
TheneedforregionalizedSystem
AirPollution

Climate LandUse&
Change Contamination

Impacts
HumanHealth
Res lting
Resulting FossilFuels
Depletion
fromBuilt
Environment

Materials Water
Depletion Depletion

WaterPollution
Air
Pollution
Climate
Change
LandUse&
Contamina
AIRPOLLUTION
tion

MajorPollutants
Impacts
Human Resulting FossilFuels Sulfurdioxide(SOx)
Health fromBuilt Depletion
Environment
Nitrogenoxides(NOx)
Carbonmonoxide(CO)
Carbon monoxide (CO)
Carbondioxide(CO2)
Materials Water Volatileorganiccompounds(VOCs)
Depletion Depletion

Water
Pollution
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

1 EPA:AP42: CompilationofAirPollutantEmissionFactors
Air
Pollution
Climate
Change
LandUse&
Contamina
AIRPOLLUTION
tion
Frommajorpollutants NOx,SOx,CO,C02,VOCs

Impacts
Resulting
Human
Health fromBuilt
FossilFuels
Depletion GCCCountriesTotalEmissions TotalEmissionsofMajorCountries
Environment Bahrain GCCTotal
Oman 3% 4%
6%
Materials Water
Depletion Depletion
UAE
Water
Pollution 17%
China USA
Qatar 46% 41%
6% SaudiArabia
Kuwait 57%
11%

Japan Germany
6% 3%

Emissions
Saudi
Saudi
Bahrain Kuwait Qatar UAE Oman GCCTotal USA Germany Japan China World
Arabia
CarbonMonoxide 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
NitrogenOxides 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
NonmethaneVOC 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
Sulfurdioxide 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
CarbonDioxide 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
Totals 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

1 InternationalEnergyAgency(IEA) 2 TheNetherlandsNationalInstituteforPublicHealthandtheEnvironment/TheNetherlandsEnvironmentalAssessmentAgency(RIVM/MNP)andthe
StatisticsDivision.2006 NetherlandsOrganizationforAppliedScientificResearch(TNO).2005and2001.
Air
Pollution

Climate
Change
C a ge
LandUse&
Contamina
ti
tion
FOSSILFUELSDEPLETION_GlobalEnergyConsumption

AnnualEnergyConsumption,percapita
Impacts Fossil
Human Resulting Units:KgofOil,equivalent
Health fromBuilt Fuels
Environment Depletion
China 1 316 00
1,316.00

Japan 4,135.30
Materials Water
Depletion Depletion
Germany 4,187.00
Water
Pollution US 7,885.9
GCCAverage
GCC Total
GCCTotal 10 601 7
10,601.7

Oman 5,440.00

UAE 10,354.0
TheGCCCountrieshavehighenergy
Qatar 19,466.00
consumptionrates
Kuwait 11 102 00
11,102.00
Qatarhasthehighestenergy SaudiArabia 6,068.00
consumptionratepercapitainthe
world Bahrain 11,180.0

0.0 5,000.0 10,000.0 15,000.0 20,000.0 25,000.0

AnnualEnergyConsumption,percapita1
Saudia GCC
Bahrain Kuwait Qatar UAE Oman USA Germany Japan China
Arabia Average

KgofOil,
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
equivalent

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

Climate
Change
C a ge
LandUse&
Contamina
ti
tion
WATERDEPLETION

IntheGCC,overallpercapitafreshwateravailabilityhasfallenfromabout680
Impacts
Human Resulting FossilFuels cubicmeters in1970toabout180cubicmetersin2000.
Health fromBuilt Depletion
Environment
g
TheGCCstotalannualwaterdemandhasgrownfromabout6billioncubicmeters
(BCM)in1980toabout28BCMin2000.
Materials Water
Depletion
Depletion IntheGCC,percapitaaveragedailyconsumptionofwaterinthedomesticsector
Water
Pollution rangesbetween300and750liters,thehighestintheworld.

WaterDemandinGCCCountries
1980 1990 Growthrate 2000 Growthrate
Country
(millionm3) (millionm3) 198090(%) (millionm3) 19902000(%)
Bahrain 138 223 162 269 121
Kuwait 186 383 206 993 259
Oman 665 1236 186 1303 105
Qatar 110 194 176 433 223
SaudiArabia 2362 16300 690 20800 128
UnitedArabEmirates 789 1490 189 3506 235
Total 4250 19826 27304

1 Water in the Arabina Peninsula, Al-Alawi and 2 Water Resource Management


Abdulrazzak, 1994; Arab Gulf Programme for UN Challenges in the GCC Countries, by Al-
Development Organizations/World Bank 2005. Zubari
Air
Pollution

Climate
Change
C a ge
LandUse&
Contamina
ti
tion
WATERDEPLETION

ThecountriesintheGCChaveanextremelylimitedamountofrenewablewater
Impacts
Human Resulting FossilFuels resourcesperperson,withanaverageof112.5cubicmetersperpersonperyear.
Health fromBuilt Depletion
Environment
TheUShas6815.8,Germanyhas1861.5,andJapanhas3350.9cubicmetersper
personperyear.
p p y

Materials Water
Depletion
Depletion
Water
Pollution
ActualRenewableWaterResources:Percapita
U
Units:Cubicmetersperpersonperyear
i C bi

World 8209.9

China 2125 0
2125.0
Only3countriesintheworldproducelesswaterthan
Qatarfromfreshwatersources.2 Japan 3350.9
Withinapproximatelytwotofiveyears,Qatarwill
havenofreshwaterremainingifaquiferwaterisused Germany 1861.5
atthecurrentrateinQatar.3
Q

US 6815.8

GCCAverage 119.5

0.0 1000.0 2000.0 3000.0 4000.0 5000.0 6000.0 7000.0 8000.0 9000.0

3AnalysisandStrategicPlan:Waterfor 4 2WWFLivingPlanetReport2008 1 FoodandAgricultureOrganizationoftheUnited


SustainableAgricultureinQatar Nations(FAO)LandandWaterDevelopmentDivision,
2007.
Air
Pollution

Climate
Change
LandUse&
Contamina
tion
WATERPOLLUTION

Impacts
Theoverexploitationofgroundwaterresourceshasseverelycompromisedthe
Human Resulting FossilFuels qualityofthewaterbytheintrusionofseawaterintoaquifers
Health fromBuilt Depletion
Environment

Contamination from Oil Pollution


ContaminationfromOilPollution
1 1.2millionbarrelsofoilandwasteproductsentertheArabianGulfeachyear
Materials Water
Depletion Depletion
TheGulfishighlyvulnerabletooilpollutionbecausethesystemisflushedvery
Water slowlythroughthenarrowStraitofHormuz
Pollution

ContaminationfromDesalinationProcesses
Desalinationplantscontributetoairandwaterpollution seawaterandmarinelife
isaffectedbyrejectedbrines,whichhaveelevatedtemperatures,increasedsalt
concentration,andresidualchemicalsfromthedesalinationprocesses

pointsourcepollution contaminantsthataredischargedfromasinglemechanism,
sewagepipeorstormdrain

1 CoastalmanagementinthePersianGulfregion.., 2 WaterResourceManagementChallengesinthe
byNadim,Bagtzoglou,andIranmahboob. GCCCountries,byAlZubari
UniversityofConnecticut,DepartmentofCiviland 3 PollutionImpactsofDesalination,by
EnvironmentalEngineering Abderrahman andHussain
Air
Pollution

Climate
Change
C a ge
LandUse&
Contamina
ti
tion
MATERIALDEPLETION
Theextraction,manufacturing,transportation,use,anddisposalofmaterials
Impacts comprisethecumulativeenvironmentalimpactfrommaterialsconsumption.
Human Resulting FossilFuels
Health fromBuilt Depletion
Environment
MostGCCcountriesrankinthetoptenworldwideintermsofwasteproductionper
capita.
Materials Water EstimatedWasteinGCCCountries
Depletion
Depletion
Water
55%isestimatedtobeconstructionanddemolitionwaste recycling
Pollution

EstimatedWasteinGCCCountries

municipal
waste
20%

contstructi industrial
onwaste waste
55% 18%

hazardous
waste 1.MiddleEastWasteSummit,www.wastesummit.com
7%
Air
Pollution

Climate
Change
LandUse&
Contamina
ti
tion
CLIMATECHANGE

ClimatechangereferstoanylongtermchangesintheEarthsweatherand
Impacts
Human Resulting FossilFuels atmosphericconditions.Thesechangescanhavedetrimentaleffectsonnatural
Health fromBuilt Depletion
Environment
landscapes,wildlife,andhumans.

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


Materials Water to recent climate change patterns.
Depletion Depletion

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

China 3.2
Thepercapitaemissionsofcarbonisvery
similartothepercapitaconsumptionof Japan 9.8

energy The GCC Countries have high per


energy.TheGCCCountrieshavehighper Germany 10 2
10.2
capitavalues,withQatarhavingthehighest US 19.5
rate. GCCAverage
GCCTotal 23.4
Oman 12.3
UAE 23.7
Qatar 44.4
Kuwait 24.1
SaudiArabia 13.3
Bahrain 22.5

0 10 20 30 40 50

1 2006USGreenhouseGasInventoryExecutiveSummary.www.epa.gov/climatechange/emissions/
2 Dr.PieterTans,NOAA/ESRL(www.esrl.noaa.gov/gmd/ccgg/trends)
3 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 ENVIRONMENTAL
ELEMENTS IMPACTS

Urban AirPollution
Connectivity

LandUse&
Site
Contamination

FossilFuel
Energy Depletion
STAGESOFRATINGSYSTEM
Water WaterDepletion
DESIGN CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS

Materials Water Pollution


WaterPollution

Indoor Materials
Environment Depletion

Cultural& HumanHealth&
EconomicValue Comfort

Management
ClimateChange
&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
UK:
BREEAM Rating System
140+
BUILDING RATING SYSTEMS US:
TOOLS LEED
Expert Review Qatar
GUIDELINES

Canada: Fields Sustainability


Green Globes Assessment
40 [1] Energy Experts S t
System
WHOLE BUILDING
Hong Kong: [2] Systems Developers
RATING SYSTEMS CEPAS [3] Industry Specific Design Guidelines

EXT
Japan:
CASBEE Rating Elements

ar CONTE
6 Regions
ESTABLISHED RATING International: Weighting +
SYSTEMS SBTool Scoring
[1] US
[2] UK
[3] Netherlands
[4] Canada
Qata

[5] Japan
EU: [6] China Qatar
CEN-ISO [7] Hong Kong
EXISTING ENERGY [8] Australia Energy
STANDARDS
US: Standard
ASHRAE
AssessmentSystemWeighting:Commercial

Category M Materials 8.00%


Weight
No Criteria M.1 Regional Materials 1.85%
UC Urban Connectivity 8.00% M.2 Responsible Sourcing of Materials 0.00%
UC.1 Load on Local Traffic Conditions 1.80% M.3 Structure Reuse: On-site 0.91%
UC.2 Pedestrian Pathways 1.08% M.4 Materials Reuse: Off-site 1.54%
UC.3 Proximity to Amenities 0.69% M.5 Recycled Materials 1.85%
UC.4 Light Pollution 0.58% M.6 Design for Disassembly 1.85%
UC.5 Noise Pollution 0.43% M.7 Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) 0.00%
UC.6 Public Transportation 1.30% IE Indoor Environment 14.00%
UC.7 Private Transportation 0.39% IE.1 Thermal Comfort 1.20%
UC.8 Sewer & Waterway Contamination 1.08% IE.2 Low-Emitting Materials 1.60%
UC.9 Shading of Adjacent Properties 0.65% IE.3 Natural Ventilation 1.60%
S Site 9.00% IE.4 Mechanical Ventilation 1.60%
S.1 Ecological Value of Land 2.34% IE.5 Indoor Chemical & Pollutant Source 1.60%
S.2 Vegetation & Shading 1.05% Control
S.3 Desertification 1.75% IE.6 Views 1.20%
S
S.4 Rainwater Runoffff 1.17%
% IE.7 Glare Control 1.20%
S.5 Mixed Use 0.88% IE.8 Illumination Levels 1.20%
S.6 Heat Island Effect 0.58% IE.9 Acoustic Quality 1.20%
S.7 Adverse Wind Conditions 0.88% IE.10 Daylight 1.60%
S.8 Acoustic Conditions 0.35% CE Cultural & Economic Value 13.00%
E Energy 24.00% CE.1 Heritage & Cultural Identity 8.67%
E1
E.1 Energy Demand Performance 5 20%
5.20% CE 2
CE.2 Support of National Economy 4 33%
4.33%
E.2 Energy Delivery Performance 5.20% MO Management & Operations 8.00%
E.3 Fossil Fuel Conservation 3.64% MO.1 Commissioning Plan 2.67%
E.4 CO2 Emissions 4.55% MO.2 Energy Use Sub-metering 0.89%
E.5 NOx, SOx, & Particulate Matter 5.41% MO.3 Leak Detection 1.78%
W Water 16.00% MO.4 Organic Waste Management 0.00%
W1
W.1 Water Consumption 16 00%
16.00% MO 5
MO.5 Recycling Management 0 00%
0.00%
MO.6 Intelligent Building Control System 2.67%
Total 100.00%
Weighting&Scoring

EXISTINGWEIGHTING+SCORINGSYSTEM
CriteriaWeighting
ImpactWeighting Result NormalizeResults
Intensity Extent Duration Multiplication CriterionWeighting_
ofFactors PercentageScore
X_i X Y_i X Z_i =
X_i*Y_i*Z_i
1:010 1:<10m/space 1:Transient/0 X_i*Y_i*Z_i
2:1120 2:10100morbuildingg 2 i
3:2130 3:Site 3:SeveralYears X_n*Y_n*Z_n

4:3140 4:Neighborhood 4 n=1
5:4150 5:Urban/City 5:Decades
6:5160 6:Regional 6
7:>60 7:Global 7:Indefinitely

Intensity_calculation

EnvironmentalImpactfor
EachCriterion ImpactLevel
ClimateChange[10%]
g [ ] x = a
FossilFuelDepletion[6%] x = a
WaterDepletion[19%] x = a
MaterialsDepletion[6%] x 0 Noimpact = a
.5 Secondaryimpact
LandUse&Contamination[7%] x 1 Primaryimpact
y p = a
WaterPollution[14%] x = a
AirPollution[16%] x = a
HumanComfort&Health[22%] x = a

TotalImpact
a+a+a+a+a+a+a+a= TotalImpactforEachCriterion(X_i)
Building Assessment : Points Achieved vs. Points
Attainable
0.24
Urban Connectivity
UrbanConnectivity 0.11

Illustratespointsachievedand 0.27
themaximumattainablepoints Site 0.00
foreachcategory
0.72
Energy 0.00
Allowsusertoseewhichcategory
canbeimprovedupontoobtain 0.48
desiredamountofpointsand Water 0.00
ratinglevel
g
0.24
Materials 0.00
Barchartisinteractive it
automaticallyreadjustswhen 0.42

inputvaluesarechanged
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
Scoring Levels (6 Stars)

0.110

Score CertificationLevel QSASCertification

Thechartdisplays X<0 Certificationdenied

theQSASrating
g 0.0X0.5

levelachievedby 0.5<X1.0

1.0<X1.5
theproject 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, MANUALS
development and scientific foundation for SUITE
the system
y

QSAS Tools Suite


More than one hundred normative and
automated calculators for assessing
different criteria attainment based on
objective measures and metrics
TOOLS
QSAS Project Management Suite PMS
Web-based solution developed to manage SUITE
the certification process from registration
through certification allowing all
stakeholders including consultants, advisors,
assessors and certifying agencies to interact
online
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.
TheMosques
The 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.
g y y g g
TheLightIndustryAssessmentSystemconsistsofeightcategories
and44criteria.
TheNeighborhoods AssessmentSystemconsistsofeight
categoriesand39criteria.
TheOperations AssessmentSystemconsistsofeightcategories
and41criteria.
TheConstruction AssessmentSystemconsistsoffourcategories
and9criteria.
QATARSUSTAINABILITYASSESSMENTSYSTEM(QSAS)

QSASToolkit DESIGNSTAGE
Point
No Category
0.110
UC UrbanConnectivity 0.110
S Site 0.000
E Energy 0.000
W Water 0.000
SummaryTab M Materials 0.000
IE IndoorEnvironment 0.000
CE Cultural&EconomicValue 0.000

Displays
Displayspointsearnedforeachcategory,
points earned for each category, MO Management&Operations 0.000
LevelAchieved Level1
combinedtotalpoints,andratinglevel
achievedbytheproject. PointsAchievedvs.PointsAttainable

0.24
UrbanConnectivity 0.11

Barchartillustratespointsachievedandthe
Bar chart illustrates points achieved and the Site
Site 0.00
0.27

maximumattainablepointsforeach Energy
0.72
0.00
category 0.48
Water 0.00

0.24
Materials
LinechartdisplaysQSASratinglevel 0.00

0.42
IndoorEnvironment
achievedbytheproject 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 Level
CertificationLevel Range
QSASCertification
Poor X<0
X<0 Certificationdenied
Level1 0X1
0.0X0.5 Level2 1<X2
0.5<X1.0 Level3 2<X3
1.0<X1.5
Levelachieved Certificationachieved
f h d
1.5<X2.0
0.110
2.0<X2.5 Level1
2.5<X3.0

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QATARSUSTAINABILITYASSESSMENTSYSTEM(QSAS)
QSASToolkit COMMERCIAL DESIGNSTAGE

YourScore Weight Point


CategoryTab UC UrbanConnectivity
0 8.00% 0.000
UC.1 LoadonLocalTrafficConditions 0 1.80% 0.000
Onetabforeachoftheeight UC.2 PedestrianPathways 0 1.08% 0.000
UC.3 ProximitytoAmenities 0 0.69% 0.000
categories UC 4
UC.4 Light Pollution
LightPollution 0 0 58%
0.58% 0 000
0.000
UC.5 NoisePollution 0 0.43% 0.000

Displaysthescore,weight UC.6 PublicTransportation 0 1.30% 0.000


UC.7 PrivateTransportation 0 0.39% 0.000
andpointsachievedforeach UC.8 Sewer&WaterwayContamination 0 1.08% False
criterion UC.9 ShadingofAdjacentProperties 0 0.65% 0.000

UC.1 LoadonLocalTrafficConditions
ProvidestheDescription, DESCRIPTION Minimizeimpactonlocaltrafficconditions.
MeasurementPrinciple,
Measurement,Submittaland MEASUREMENT Projectwilldeterminecumulativeloadontheexistinglocaltrafficconditionsanddevelopstrategies
PRINCIPLE tomitigateimpact.
Scoreforeachcriterion
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
Inputboxforeachcriterion Calculationsforthedelaytimeduringpeakhoursatexistingintersections,preandpost
development,toestimateaddedtrafficloadduetoprojectdevelopment
Strategiestomitigateimpactofincreaseddelaysduetoadditionaltrafficload
Revisedcalculationsforthedelaytime,postdevelopment,duetoimplementationofthe
recommendedstrategies

SUBMITTAL Submitatrafficstudyreporttodemonstratehowtheprojectwillmitigateimpacton
traffic/transportationloadsincludinganysupportingdocumentationpertainingtopreandpost
developmentcalculationsandestimates.

SCORE MaximumDelayTimeIncrease(minutes)
Score Requirement YourScore
0 X 6 OR Pl d
X>6ORPlandoesnotdemonstratecompliance
td t t li
1 4<X6
2 2<X4
0
3 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
Landscape ffor QSAS
Deployment Construc
tion Code
QCS2011
Gov
Gov/Semi Projects
Agencies
Ashghal

Deployment
Deployment
Lusail City Dimensions Qatar
Master
(Mega
Plan2030
Projects)

QOC KAHRAMA
Facilities 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
Development
Policies Opportunities Benefits
Systems Immediate Economic
Emissions Renewable
Cap Renewables
Energy Industry

Micro-Level Materials Materials Industry Materials Industry


Rating
Carbon Trading
Macro-Level Waste Recycling
Disposal
Ecological

Water Over Time


Reduce Resource
Resource
Depletion
IMPROVEMENTS M
Managementt
Transportation
(R & D)
Minimize Climate
Urban Change
Planning Underground
Networks &
Services
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