King Hussein Business Park – Building Four

Renovation

  • Building Type : Office building < 28m
  • Construction Year : 2008
  • Delivery year : 2019
  • Address 1 - street : King Abdullah II Street, Building Four 11855 AMMAN, Other countries
  • Climate zone : [Csa] Interior Mediterranean - Mild with dry, hot summer.

  • Net Floor Area : 3 630 m2

Proposed by :

Certifications :

  • Primary energy need :
    kWhpe/m2.year
    (Calculation method : )
Energy consumption
Economical buildingBuilding
< 50A
A
51 à 90B
B
91 à 150C
C
151 à 230D
D
231 à 330E
E
331 à 450F
F
> 450G
G
Energy-intensive building

The King Hussein Business Park (KHBP) is strategically located adjacent to one of Amman’s busiest highways, offering easy access to downtown and other cities in the region. Situated in the heart of the business park, Building Four houses the management offices for KHBP as well as both local and international companies. These range from a local, family-owned insurance company to Arabia Weather to Oracle. Designed to offer world-class amenities and an amenable business environment, KHBP integrates open green space with mixed-use development that includes restaurant and retail space. The business complex offers office spaces that can employ over 4,000 people and is entirely walkable, with a bicycle and shuttle bus provided for faster transportation.

The four-story Building Four was retrofitted with green measures to improve its conservation of natural resources and CO2 emissions. The building has a skylight with higher thermal performance glass that brings natural daylight to the building’s inner courtyard while controlling external glare to reduce energy use. Low-flow faucets and dual flush water closets control water consumption. These green features are expected to result in utility savings of over $4,800 per month. In the renovation of the building, existing floor slabs, flooring, roof, walls and window frames were all repurposed.

Building Four was originally designed by Turkish architect Yuksel Holding and developed by the Business Park Company. KHBP is expected to expand in the near future to meet the growing needs of the business sector in Amman. King Hussein Business Park – Building Four has received final EDGE certification from GBCI.

See more details about this project

 https://www.edgebuildings.com/projects/king-hussein-business-park-building-four/

Photo credit

Photos courtesy of the Business Park company

Stakeholders


    Designer

    Yuksel Insaat- Turkey

    Original Design and Construction


    Investor

    Business Park Company

    info[at]businesspark-jo.com

    Owner


    Environmental consultancy

    Adaa sustainable development consultants & ETA-max- Jordan

    Green Building Consultants, Green Building Certification Administration, EDGE Expert

Energy consumption

    15 kWh/m2/year : computers
    14 kWh/m2/year : lighting
    6 kWh/m2/year : other
    3 kWh/m2/year : fan energy
    20 kWh/m2/year : cooling energy
    5 kWh/m2/year : heating energy

  • 119,50 kWhpe/m2.year

Envelope performance

    Roof U-value: 0.45 W/m².K
    Wall U-value: 0.39 W/m².K
    Glass U-value: 2.9 W/m².K

Real final energy consumption

    63,53 kWhfe/m2.year

Systems

    • Urban network
    • Urban network
    • Natural ventilation
    • Double flow
    • No renewable energy systems

Product

    Reflective Paint for External Walls - Solar Reflectivity (albedo) of 0.54
    External Shading Devices - Annual Average Shading Factor (AASF) of 0.34
    Insulation of External Walls : U-value of 0.39
    Higher Thermal Performance Glass : U- value of 2.9 W/m².K and SHGC of 0.48
    Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) System - COP of 3.46
    Energy-Saving Light Bulbs - Internal Spaces

    Finishing work / Plumbing - Sanitary equipment

    Low-Flow Faucets in All Bathrooms - 1.8 L/min
    Dual Flush for Water Closets in All Bathrooms - 3 L/first flush and 6 L/second flush
    Water-Efficient Urinals in All Other Bathrooms - 2 L/flush
    Water-Efficient Faucets for Kitchen Sinks - 3.8 L/min

    Finishing work / Partitions, insulation

    Re-Use of Existing Floorslab
    Re-Use of Existing Roof
    External walls : Re-Use of Existing Wall
    Internal walls: Re-Use of Existing Wall / Plasterboards on Metal Studs
    Flooring : Re-Use of Existing Flooring
    Window Frames : Re-Use of Existing Window Frames

Energy bill

  • 60 660,00

Water management

  • 3 051,36 m3
  • 5 kWh/m2/year :heating energy
    20 kWh/m2/year : cooling energy
    3 kWh/m2/year : fan energy
    6 kWh/m2/year : other
    14 kWh/m2/year : lighting
    15 kWh/m2/year : computers

Comfort

    This testimonial is from one of the tenant's whose company’s headquarter office occupying the building’s Ground Floor Level.

    “We are very satisfied with being inside the KHBP as a prime location. It has ease of movement inside the campus, and it gives us the security needed in working 24/7. The environment of the building including outdoor views, thermal comfort, and the daylight is very work-friendly. The administration and availability is really something we love in KHBP and it helps us in saving our time.” -Mohammed N. Al-Shaker, CEO ArabiaWeather Inc.

GHG emissions

  • 37,74 KgCO2/m2/year

Reasons for participating in the competition(s)

?Energy (47% energy savings) : Reduced window to wall ratio, reflective paint for external walls, external shading devices, insulation for external walls, higher thermal performance glass, variable refrigerant volume cooling system and energy-saving lighting.
Water (44 % water savings) : Low-flow faucets in bathrooms and kitchen sinks, dual-flush water closets and water-efficient urinals.
Materials (91% less energy embodied in materials) : Re-use of existing floor slabs, flooring, roof, walls and window frames, with new plasterboards on metal studs for internal walls.

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