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An Analytical Study of BREEAM Structure and Assessment Criteria for Healthcare
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 Title & Authors
An Analytical Study of BREEAM Structure and Assessment Criteria for Healthcare
Lim, Yeonghwan; Yoon, Eunji;
 
 Abstract
As the concerns for the environment are gradually prioritized, increasing interests of environment-friendly buildings are drawn. Numerous researches about healthcare buildings have been performed however, they were mainly focused on convenience or healing condition for medical treatments. The hospitals consume energy and generate CO2 as twice as the residential or commercial buildings do. Various green building certification systems are globally arranged. But, it isn't easy to find certification criteria for the green hospital besides the US and UK's ones which are specially designed to evaluate environment-friendly medical buildings. This study investigates the foreign certification criteria and systems for the green healthcare building and finds the possibility to apply them to Korean one. We expect that it will promote more following researches for the substantial green healthcare design.
 Keywords
Healthcare;G-SEED;BREEAM;Green Design;
 Language
Korean
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