What does DGNB stand for?
DGNB. Deposit Guaranty National Bank. Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
What is 6 star Green Star?
The 6 Star Rating represents ‘World Leadership’ in environmentally sustainable building practices. At the time of its certification, only 12 buildings in Australia had received a 6 Star Green Star – Education Design v1 rating, and our building was the largest to achieve this.
What is HQE certification?
The HQE™ certification is a voluntary process for construction, renovation and maintenance of all building types. It shows balance between respect of the environment (energy, carbon, water, waste, biodiversity…), quality of life and economic performance through a comprehensive approach.
What is the aim of Green Star?
Green Star helps you set goals and track progress; it is designed with reporting responsibilities in mind and recognised in local and global reporting schemes like the National Construction Code and GRESB.
How much does the DGNB charge for the conformity check?
If the auditor or client wants a further check of the documents, an extra fee of € 2,000 net will be charged by the DGNB for up to 10 criteria. For each additional criterion to be checked, € 500 net will be charged. The conformity check can only be carried out once all certification fees have been paid in advance.
Why choose the DGNB?
With a market share of 80% for new buildings and more than 60% for the overall market, the DGNB is market leader among organisations offering certification systems in Germany. When it comes to the certification of districts, the DGNB is market leader throughout Europe.
What is DGNB’s sustainable building certification?
To make sustainable building applicable on a practical level, measurable and thus comparable, the DGNB has developed its own certification system. This system offers a variety of options for buildings, indoor environments and districts – not only for new buildings but also for existing ones.
How much does it cost to become a member of DGNB?
Die Kosten für das Basiszertifikat einer Mehrfachzertifizierung sind fest und betragen 20.000 € für DGNB Mitglieder und 30.000 € für Nicht-Mitglieder. Für Folgeprojekte werden die Kosten projektspezifisch definiert, da diese von der Anzahl der noch nachzuweisenden variablen DGNB Kriterien abhängen.