National building code, sustainable design guidelines

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This is an addendum to National Building Code published by Bureau of Building Standards, Govt of India and is open for discussion, comments etc. I am presenting it here for the benefit of students of Architecture, professionals, environmental consultants etc. All are requested to refer to it and finetune your Architectural Practice keeping in mind the sustainability aspect.

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  • 1.MANAK BHAVAN, 9 BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG, NEW DELHI 110002 Phone: + 91 11 23230131, 23233375, 23239402 Extn 4402; Fax: + 91 11 23235529 :46/-24 07 2012 : ,46 ............................................................................................................................................... : 1 2 , 46 , 46: 19 3 / , : 46(7830) 2005(SP 7:2005) 1 ( 11 , ) : 15 2013 - sanjaypant@bis.org.in www.bis.org.in , (0 0) : ( ) / : 011-23235529

2. MANAK BHAVAN, 9 BAHADUR SHAH ZAFAR MARG, NEW DELHI 110002 Phone: + 91 11 23230131, 23233375, 23239402 Extn 4402; Fax: + 91 11 23235529 DOCUMENT DESPATCH ADVICE TECHNICAL COMMITTEE: NATIONAL BUILDING CODE SECTIONAL COMMITTEE, CED 46 ADDRESSED TO: 1. All Members of Civil Engineering Division Council, CEDC 2. All Members of National Building Code Sectional Committee, CED 46 and Panel for Sustainability, CED 46:P19 3. All others interests. Dear Sir/Madam, Please find enclosed the following draft: Doc. No. Title CED 46(7830) Draft Amendment No. 1 to National Building Code of India 2005 (SP 7:2005) (to incorporate a new Part 11 Approach to Sustainability) Kindly examine the draft and forward your views stating any difficulties which you are likely to experience in your business or profession if this is finally adopted as Part of the National Building Code of India. Last Date for comments: 15 March 2013 . Comments if any, may please be made in the format as attached, and mailed to the undersigned at the above address. You are requested to send your comments preferably through e-mail to sanjaypant@bis.org.in. In case no comments are received or comments received are of editorial nature, you may kindly permit us to presume your approval for the above document as finalized. However, in case of comments of technical nature are received then it may be finalized either in consultation with the Chairman, Sectional Committee or referred to the Sectional Committee for further necessary action if so desired by the Chairman, Sectional Committee. This document is also hosted on BIS website www.bis.org.in. Thanking you, Yours faithfully, (D.K. Agrawal) Sc F and Head (Civil Engg) Encl: as above Telefax: 011 23235529 DRAFT IN WIDE CIRCULATION Reference Date CED 46/T-24 07 December 2012 3. FORMAT FOR SENDING COMMENTS ON THE DOCUMENT [Please use A4 size sheet of paper only and type within fields indicated. Comments on each clause/sub- clause/ table/figure, etc, be stated on a fresh row. Information/comments should include reasons for comments, technical references and suggestions for modified wordings of the clause. Comments through e-mail to sanjaypant@bis.org.in shall be appreciated.] Doc. No.: CED 46(7830)WC BIS Letter Ref: CED 46/T-24 Dated: 07 December 2012 Title: Draft Amendment No. 1 to National Building Code of India 2005 (SP 7:2005) (to incorporate a new Part 11 Approach to Sustainability) Name of the Commentator/ Organization: ______________________________________ Clause/ Para/ Table/ Figure No. commented Comments/Modified Wordings Justification of Proposed Change 4. For BIS Use only Doc No. : CED 46(7830)WC December 2012 BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS DRAFT FOR COMMENTS ONLY (Not to be reproduced without the permission of BIS or used as an Indian Standard/as an amendment to National Building Code of India) Draft AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF INDIA 2005 (SP 7:2005) Add a new part, Part 11 Approach to Sustainability, as enclosed. (CED 46) 5. For BIS Use only Doc No. : CED 46(7830)WC December 2012 Draft NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF INDIA 2005: PART 11 APPROACH TO SUSTAINABILITY 1 Draft NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF INDIA PART 11 APPROACH TO SUSTAINABILITY BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS 6. For BIS Use only Doc No. : CED 46(7830)WC December 2012 Draft NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF INDIA 2005: PART 11 APPROACH TO SUSTAINABILITY 2 IMPORTANT EXPLANTORY NOTE FOR USERS OF CODE In this part, where reference is made to `good practice in relation to design, constructional procedures or other related information, and where reference is made to `accepted standard in relation to material specification, testing, or other related information, the Indian Standards listed at the end of this section may be used as a guide to the interpretation. At the time of publication, the editions indicated in the above Indian Standards were valid. All standards are subject to revision and parties to agreements based on this section are encouraged to investigate the possibility of applying the most recent editions of the standards. In the list of standards given at the end of this part, the number appearing in the first column indicates the number of the reference in this part. For example: a) good practice [11(3)] refers to the Indian Standard given at serial number (3) of the above list given at the end of this Part 11, that is IS 456:2000 Code of practice for plain and reinforced concrete (fourth revision) b) accepted standard [11(7)] refers to the Indian Standard given at serial number (7) of the above list given at the end of this Part 11, that is IS 9142:1979 Specification for artificial light-weight aggregates for concrete masonry units. c) accepted standard [11(10)] refers to the Indian Standard given at serial number (10) of the above list given at the end of this Part 11, that is IS 1725:1982 Specification for soil-based blocks used in general building construction d) good practices [11(11)] refers to the Indian Standards given at serial number (11) of the above list given at the end of this Part 11, that is IS 401:2001 Code of practice for preservation of timber (fourth revision) and IS 1141:1993 Code of practice for seasoning of timber (second revision) 7. For BIS Use only Doc No. : CED 46(7830)WC December 2012 Draft NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF INDIA 2005: PART 11 APPROACH TO SUSTAINABILITY 3 C O N T E N T S FOREWORD 1 SCOPE 2 TERMINOLOGY 2.1 to 2.38 3 APPROACH TO SUSTAINABILITY 3.1 The Need for Sustainable Development 3.2 Elements of Sustainability 3.3 Life Cycle Sustenance 3.4 Technology Options 3.5 Energy Efficient Design and Processes 3.6 Reduced Embodied and Operational Energy 3.7 Integrated Water Management 3.8 Operation and Maintenance of Services 3.9 Monitoring Compliances 3.10 Corporate Governance 3.11 Disaster Preparedness 4 APPLICABILITY OF THIS PART 5 IMPLEMENTATION OF THIS PART 6 SITING, FORM AND DESIGN 6.1 General 6.2 Site Design and Development 7 EXTERNAL DEVELOPMENT AND LANDSCAPE 7.1 Landscape Design 7.2 Rainwater Harvesting 7.3 Water Elements and Irrigation Practices 7.4 External Access Design 7.5 External Lighting Design 8 ENVELOPE OPTIMIZATION 8.1 Building Envelope 8.2 Envelope Optimization Methods 8.3 Renewable Energy Integration in Envelope 9 MATERIALS 8. For BIS Use only Doc No. : CED 46(7830)WC December 2012 Draft NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF INDIA 2005: PART 11 APPROACH TO SUSTAINABILITY 4 9.1 General 9.2 Materials and Recommended Sustainable Alternatives 9.3 Construction Phase Material Storage and Handling 9.4 Construction Waste Management 10 WATER AND WASTE MANAGEMENT 10.1 General 10.2 Planning and Design of Water Management System 10.3 Planning and Design of Waste Water System 10.4 Water and Waste Management During Construction 10.5 Process Water Requirement and Effluent Treatment 10.6 Planning and Design of Solid Waste Management System 10.7 Integrated Approach to Water Supply, Water Waste and Solid Waste Management 11 BUILDING SERVICES OPTIMIZATION 11.1 General 11.2 Concept Development 11.3 Natural and Mechanical Ventilation Strategies 11.4 Passive Heating Techniques 11.5 Passive Cooling Techniques 11.6 Pre-Cooling of Ventilation Air 11.7 Low Energy Mechanical Cooling Techniques 11.8 HVAC System 11.9 Electrical System 11.10 Lighting 11.11 Lifts and Escalators 11.12 Good Installation Practices 11.13 Commissioning and Handing Over 11.14 Operation and Maintenance 11.15 Ongoing Performance 11.16 Renewable Energy 12 CONSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICES 12.1 Pre-Construction Pre-requisites 12.2 Planning for Construction 12.3 Preparation of Construction Management Plan 12.4 Planning, Monitoring and Control of Environmental Descriptors 12.5 Work Execution Procedures 12.6 Effective Use of Water 12.7 Construction Waste Management 12.8 Post-construction Closeout 12.9 Heritage Buildings and New Construction 12.10 Alternate Use, De-construction, Dismantling and Demolition 12.11 Disaster Risk Mitigation during Construction 9. For BIS Use only Doc No. : CED 46(7830)WC December 2012 Draft NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF INDIA 2005: PART 11 APPROACH TO SUSTAINABILITY 5 13 COMMISSIONING, OPERATION, MAINTENANCE AND BUILDING PERFORMANCE TRACKING 13.1 General 13.2 Commissioning and Handover 13.3 Operation and Maintenance 13.4 Building Performance Tracking (Measurement and Verification) 13.5 Operator Skills and Training 13.6 Control-System Maintenance ANNEX A DESIGN STRATEGIES AS PER CLIMATE ZONES FOR VARIOUS SEASONS ANNEX B PRESCRIPTIVE METHOD FOR ENVELOPE OPTIMIZATION ANNEX C TRADE-OFF METHOD FOR ENVELOPE OPTIMIZATION ANNEX D WHOLE BUILDING ANALYSIS METHOD FOR ENVELOPE OPTIMIZATION LIST OF STANDARDS 10. For BIS Use only Doc No. : CED 46(7830)WC December 2012 Draft NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF INDIA 2005: PART 11 APPROACH TO SUSTAINABILITY 6 BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS WIDE CIRCULATION DRAFT (FOR COMMENTS ONLY) (Not to be reproduced without the permission of BIS or used as an Indian Standard/as a Part of National Building Code of India) Draft NATIONAL BUILDING CODE OF INDIA: PART 11 APPROACH TO SUSTAINABILITY (Draft SP 7: 2005 - Part 11) ICS: 0.120; 91.040.01 National Building Code Last Date for Comments Sectional Committee, CED 46 15 March 2013 FOREWORD Ancient civilizations used to build edifices using locally available materials, with great