(4 credits available)
To enable asset owners to recognise, maintain and benefit from the value of resources in the asset. To increase the reuse and recycling of resources and reduce the use of virgin materials.
Has a resources inventory been completed, or reviewed, in the last 5 years?
|Credits||Answer||Select a single answer|
|0||A||Question not answered|
|2||C||Yes, simple resources inventory|
|4||D||Yes, extended resources inventory|
|Criterion||Assessment criteria||Applicable answer|
|1||Answer option D or E has been selected in Rsc 01 Condition survey and all relevant Assessment Criteria have been met. (Or the asset is less than 5 years old and Rsc 01 Condition survey has been filtered out of the assessment.)||C,D|
The resources inventory shall be produced by a competent person who:
|3||If Rsc 01 Condition survey has been answered D or E, the resources inventory shall be fully coordinated with the condition survey.||C,D|
The resources inventory is either an electronic schedule (e.g. a spreadsheet) or held within a building information model (BIM) of the asset (that is useable by the organisation managing the asset).
Simple resources inventory
A simple resources inventory shall include the following information for each significant resource in the asset:
Extended resources inventory
In addition to the items listed above for a simple resources inventory, an extended resources inventory shall include the following information for each significant resource in the asset:
|-||The evidence below is not exhaustive, please also refer to the ‘BREEAM evidential requirements’ section in the scope of the Guidance for appropriate evidence types which can be used to demonstrate compliance.|
|3,4||A copy of the resources inventory, with the relevant sections identified according to each question answer and criterion.|
Circular economy principles:
Principles relevant to construction that have been derived from circular economy theory. The following resources include examples of principles that may be applied:
- British Standards Institution (2017) BS 8001:2017 Framework for implementing the principles of the circular economy in organisations – Guide
- Ellen MacArthur Foundation (2017) Introduction to the circular ecology – Circular economy booklet. Available from: https://www.ellenmacarthurfoundation.org/assets/downloads/sme/19_CE100-SMEbooklet_print.pdf
- Ellen MacArthur Foundation [online] What is a circular economy? Available from: https://www.ellenmacarthurfoundation.org/circular-economy/concept • SPP Regions (2017) Circular Procurement – Best Practice Report. Available from: http://www.sppregions.eu/resources/publications/
- UKGBC (2019) Circular economy guidance for construction clients: How to practically apply circular economy principles at the project brief stage. Available from: https://www.ukgbc.org/ukgbc-work/circular-economy-guidance-for-construction-clients-how-topractically-apply-circular-economy-principles-at-the-project-brief-stage/
Resource in the asset:
A construction product, fitting or item of furniture. Minor fixings (brackets, nails, screws etc.), adhesives, and seals may be excluded.