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FOR FIRMS | REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

For all firms reporting data for 2014 projects, the AIA 2030 Commitment is once again offering an updated version of the AIA 2030 reporting spreadsheet. All data reported via the spreadsheet will be imported into our new AIA 2030 Design Data Exchange (DDx) online portal after the reporting cycle. Please review our instructions for using the spreadsheet before reporting.

To help with a smooth and seamless data migration, make sure that all required information is included and the spreadsheet is not modified in any way. The following project data is required for 2014 reporting:

• Project Name/Identifier

• Country

• Project Design Phase

• Zip Code (US Projects)

• Building Use Type

• Building Area

• Energy Modeling Status

• Energy Baseline (EUI)

• Design Energy (pEUI)

• Will Energy Use Data be Collected

• LPD Baseline (Interiors Only Projects)

• LPD (Interiors Only Projects)

• Design Energy Code

Please email completed spreadsheets to 2030Commitment@aia.org.

AIA 2030 Design Data Exchange

The AIA 2030 DDx remains under construction. When it launches, all firms that’ve signed up will have access to their own unique portal into the database. Committed firms can begin entering project information for their 2014 portfolios directly into the AIA 2030 DDx at that time.

If you have any thoughts, comments or visions for future reports, we encourage you to post to the 2030 Commitment Discussion Forum. The deadline for 2014 submissions is March 31, 2015. Please direct any questions on the AIA 2030 Commitment to 2030Commitment@aia.org.

Initial Firm Actions

Operational Action Items (due within six months of joining)
You will have the ability to report progress on your operational action items by inputting information directly into an online form. Remember that this is not just about reporting, this is about sharing successful strategies with other firms and the public as a knowledge resource. The firm will implement a minimum of four operational action items from the list provided. These actions will be undertaken while the long-term sustainability plan is in development.

Sustainability Action Plan (due within a year of joining)
Firms are expected to submit a comprehensive sustainability action plan that addresses a firm’s approach to operations, management and design. Unlike the firm operations, the AIA does not provide an online reporting form for the sustainability action plan. This decision was based on the desire for firms to develop an action plan that fit its identity and could potentially be used as marketing materials for the firm in the future. A firm simply uploads its Sustainability Action Plan as a Word or PDF document.

 

   

 

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