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BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate in Construction and the Built Environment

Energy Efficient Construction from Design to Use

P6 Produce specifications, schedules and an outline construction health and safety phase plan for a given project.

M2 Analyse the importance of clash detection and information coordination.

Analyse the ways in which different forms of contractual relationships between stakeholders influence flow of information in a construction project.

Produce a report of all of your calculations, research and final results identifying the tasks carried out. This should be in the form of a technical report identifying your sources of information with suitable referencing.

After completing your design of the building fabric and services, any carbon required to be offset will have to be identified and you will be required to show how this additional carbon can be offset.

You will be designing the services required for the building, so it will be your responsibility to ensure that these are as efficient as possible and comply with the current Building Regulations

Critically evaluate the relationship between design and project stages, highlighting the processes and procedures to ensure information coordination throughout.

Initially, you should establish the scope for the project. In this case, this will involve identifying U values, design temperatures and air change rates for the building. The occupancy of the building will also have to be established.

Since January 2022, Welsh Government has required that all new school buildings have to achieve Net Zero status.

LO4 Present a construction information package, highlighting the coordination of information between different project stakeholders to ensure accuracy.

LO3 Produce design propositions that address project requirements defined through feasibility stages

LO2 Explain the different types of construction information developed through the course of a project