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2015 Campus Award, KTH

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2015 Campus Award, KTH

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2015 Campus Award, KTH

  1. 1. DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF KTH CAMPUS PLAN 2014 - a vibrant Campus for a sustainable future
  2. 2. ”The Campus plan is an excellent example of how we at KTH cooperate with our landlord Akademiska Hus to form strategic tools to develop sustainable campuses while integrating sustainability in teaching and research.” Staircase, The school of Architecture KTH Campus Göran Finnveden Vice-president for sustainable development, Professor
  3. 3. KTH Royal Institute of Technology “KTH is a dynamic, transformative and creative university driven forward by curiosity and purposeful determination with the aim of shaping a brighter tomorrow.” “KTH is a visible international university which actively influences the development of society. Its campus areas are integral parts of the Stockholm urban fabric. These campus areas, both physical and virtual, are vibrant nodes of learning, research and innovation.” KTH, founded in 1827, is responsible for one third of Sweden’s capacity for technical research and is the country’s largest organizer of technical/engineering education at university level. KTH has more than 12,500 undergraduate students, more than 1,800 active postgraduate students and just over 4,800 employees. From Vision 2027
  4. 4. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT KTH contributes to sustainable development through educational programs, research and interaction with the surrounding communities. The environmental policy of KTH includes reducing its own environmental impact. Akademiska Hus’ ambition is, as one of the largest property companies in Sweden, to be in the forefront in sustainability issues. The environmental targets of both organisations are high; the plan is an enabler for concrete actions.
  5. 5. KTH CAMPUS PLAN 2014 A strategic tool for sustainable campus development. With the long-term sustainability goals of Akademiska Hus and KTH as a starting point, it is clear that a strategic and holistic approach is needed.. The plan was developed and is now being implemented by Akademiska Hus and KTH in a joint effort as the two major stakeholders. The plan sets the direction for further development of the KTH Campus in a sustainable manner encompassing all perspectives of sustainability, and includes two perspectives: Masterplan The planning span of the plan is 15-20 years. To do-list The output of the plan is a list of 33 concrete projects to be conducted within 5 years. .
  6. 6. Using the framework of BREEAM Communities for a university campus is a unique way of working with campus-wide master planning. This method ensures sustainability considerations are an integral part of planning and the targets are set to include both environmental and social goals. The outputs of the use of the framework also include turning the plan from comprehensive to comprehensible. FRAMEWORK OF BREEAM COMMUNITIES Governance Social and economic well-being Resource and energy Land use and ecologyTransport and movement Innovation Categories
  7. 7. GOAL-ORIENTED APPROACH Aspects of the vision as well as goals, targets and projects were sorted under the categories of BREEAM Communities: Governance, Social and economic well-being, Resource and energy, Land use and ecology, Transport and movement and Innovation. Governance The users of the campus are involved in decisions that affect the design, operation and long-term management of the area. Social and economic well-being The campus is a sustainable, vibrant and safe part of town, with a clear identity. An environment that attracts visitors to stay, entire days and throughout the year. Resource and energy Available resources on campus are utilized in a sustainable manner. Land use and ecology The campus grounds are used in a sustainable and effective manner. Ecological values are maintained and strengthened. Biological diversity is preserved and developed. Transport and movement Campus has an accessible structure to support the use of sustainable transport modes. Innovation The conditions for a creative and innovative climate on campus are optimized. New, smart, sustainable sol- utions are visualized and it is apparent that the work to solve the challenges of today and tomorrow is ongoing. Aspects of the vision
  8. 8. IMPACT AND GOVERNANCE The overall goal of a vibrant campus for a sustainable future will be reached through forward looking objectives and strategies. This goal-oriented approach makes implementation, fulfillment and follow-up easy to monitor. Examples, Targets and projects Resource and energy • Energy objective to reduce the energy demand with 50 % from year 2000 to 2025. • Choice of energy supply should give priority to CO2-reducing measures, with the objective to run CO2-neutral. Promotes small scale energy production and eliminates fossils. • Thru excess heat from computers and servers is recovered to heat the campus 25 % of the energy supply and 40 % of the CO2 emissions can be reduced. • Solar cells are installed on roofs and charge stations for electric vehicles are built. • A number of other energy efficiency measures related to lightning, windows are being implemented at the campus. Governance • Students, faculty, staff, researchers and local government participate in planning process • Researchers and staff have been used as expertise in dialogues with local government, ex: new solutions in transport and movability in between university areas and to/from the city. • New arenas for dialogue about the future of the Campus are set up. • The Campus plan is a part of a bigger project to integrate sustainability in education and research, using the Campus as a living lab. Land use and ecology • A detailed program for ecological sustainability including ecosystem services and ecological diversity. Transport and movement • Strategies for sustainable mobility within campus and in between campuses and the city, including bicycle, walking and public transportation etc. Social and economic well-being • 600 student accommodations, new educational facilities and the development of green spaces within the campus. • Several strategies serve to transform the esteemed surroundings of the campus into the flexible and dynamic learning environments of the future - a vibrant and up-to-date campus. • Ambitious strategies for an accident- free workplace are developed in conjunction with an intense construction activity. Innovation • Visibility – several spots, including a KTH- Arena, are located and defined for student- run projects to be carried out on Campus grounds and/or buildings to enable a creative and innovative climate on campus. • A new square (with a hotel and congress) and a new KTH-Arena and the Expo for innovative technology, given the opportunity to be made visible.
  9. 9. INCLUSIVE PLANNING PROCESS A wide collaborative process across the University. Using BREEAM Communities, especially the category Governance, for developing the Campus Plan is part of an inclusive planning process, enabling the various stakeholders to get involved and influence the campus plan. The stakeholders include the Deans of the ten schools of KTH, Project Leader from The City of Stockholm, student representatives as well as teachers and researchers.
  10. 10. An explicit objective with the strategic partnership between KTH and Akademiska hus is to ensure that the built environment, the operational systems, the research scholarships and the education are linked as a living laboratory for sustainability. It´s an institutional commitment expressed in the KTH Campus Plan. This provides opportunities for KTH Campus to serve as a living laboratory for sustainability related teaching and research activities, for students and researchers to propose and carry out projects within the university. LIVING LABORATORY
  11. 11. KTH CAMPUS PLAN 2014 Bigger projects for buildings and outdoor spaces planned at the Campus: – 600 new student apartments – 18 400 sqm additional space for education and administration including a new school for architecture, a new information center, a new office building and reconstruction of an old hospital. – A new KTH square for innovative meetings with a congress and a hotel acceding – Reconstruction of an old boiler house to a new heat pump plant using excess heat from a lager server room – Continuous reconstruction of existing buildings to create spaces for informal learning and student group rooms
  12. 12. OUTCOME SO FAR In February 2015, 58 new apartments will be ready for student housing. This marks the beginning of construction of 600 new student apartments on KTH Campus by 2017. This is part of the strategy to provide a vibrant campus, over days and throughout the year. The campus needs to be densified, in a sustainable manner and without compromise with the potential for expansion for KTH or the ecological qualities. New student accommondation Byggvesta+Utopia
  13. 13. OUTCOME SO FAR As of fall 2015, the School of Architecture and a new Information center will be relocated to newly built premises at Osquars Backe on KTH Campus. The new building houses drawing rooms, studios, exhibition spaces and offices. The project will provide a new place of innovation in a central location within the campus. It will also provide visitors with improved services. New School of Architecture Tham & Vidergård arkitekter
  14. 14. OUTCOME SO FAR Apart from acommondation, workplaces and service offering, future learning environments are also a highly prioritized subject in order to provide an open, attractive vibrant and safe campus. ABE-skolan (annex) , one of the proposed 33 projects to be conducted within 5 years, has reached Miljöbyggnad Guld, which is the highest level in the Swedish building certification system “Miljöbyggnad”, illustrating that the ambitions in the Campus Plan and the EMS are being implemented. . ABE-skolan, KTH 43:12 Ahrbom & Partner
  15. 15. OUTCOME SO FAR A heat pump system has been installed in the old power plant on campus. By recovering heat from the servers at KTH we reduce purchased energy by 25 per cent for the entire campus. The electricity that drives the heat pumps is zero carbon dioxide . The total carbon dioxide emissions for heating supply of KTH Campus is thereby reduced by 840 tonnes per year, representing a decrease of 40 percent.
  16. 16. AND WE´RE MOVING ON… THANK YOU! • Student housing, further expansion up to 600 apartments • Preparation of the KTH library for the future creating more informal learning spaces • Two institution buildings • Project to ease transportation by bike to and within campus

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