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There is a worldwide demand for an increasingly sustainable built environment. This has
resulted in the need for a more accurate evaluation of the level of sustainability of
construction projects. To do this it involves the development of better measurement and

benchmarking methods. One approach is to use a theoretical model to assess construction
projects in terms of their sustainable development value (SDV) and sustainable development
ability (SDA) for implementation in the project life cycle, where SDA measures the
contribution of a project to development sustainability and as a major criterion for assessing
its feasibility.This involves the introduction of two major factors concerning technological
advancement and changes in people's perceptions.


HQ Engineering Green construction goes a step further than sustainability and asks how we can minimize our environmental impact in the construction process, and in certain cases, how we can offset the impact that we do have. We sets an elevated standard when it comes to sustainability, looking for sustainable construction materials and methods that are carbon-neutral or that engage renewable energy sources now and into the future. ( ie. Solar energy solutions, Bio gas waste management and rain water Harvesting.)

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