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Decarbonomics service launched | BUILDING MAGAZINE

Decarbonomics service launched

A new service has been launched designed to help clients make informed decisions regarding decarbonisation by SNC-Lavalin subsidiaries Atkins and Faithful & Gould.

Decarbonomics is inteded to provide clients with a complete picture of their carbon presence across their entire building estate. Clients will be presented with information through interactive dashboards. SNC-Lavalin describes it as a data-driven solution to decarbonise the built environment in a cost-effective way and accelerate the global journey to net zero.

The service is designed to bring together project and cost management business Faithful & Gould and design and engineering consultancy Atkins, both members of the SNC-Lavalin Group.

Ian Edwards, president and CEO SNC-Lavalin said: “Creating the net zero communities of the future relies, in part, on effective decarbonisation of existing assets. Decarbonomics is a concrete example of how we can help clients meet their net zero targets and is in line with our comprehensive ‘Engineering Net Zero’ approach. We provide sustainable solutions by connecting people, data and technology in partnership with clients such as the UK Government Property Agency, delivering decarbonisation for its 450-building portfolio”.

Decarbonomics brings together building services, engineering design, asset management, project management, cost consulting, data analytics and data visualisations. It is based on a three-step approach of benchmarking, road mapping and delivery of an organistion’s decarbonisation programme:-

  • Benchmark – develop a carbon baseline
  • Roadmap – design a cost-effective carbon reduction pathway
  • Deliver – implement carbon reduction solutions

The three-step approach is underpinned by Carbon Data Insights, a mix of global open-source benchmark databases as well as SNC-Lavalin’s own building data library.

Stuart McLaren, the Decarbonomics development director at SNC-Lavalin said: “Decarbonomics is founded on the principle of systems thinking and brings our diverse expertise and knowledge of the built environment and buildings together in a way that enables us to make carbon visible at trhe portfolio level. This empowers our clients to make much more informed decisions abouyt their investments in decarbonisation”.