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Low Energy Building Assembly Selector

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posted on 2022-02-04, 05:39 authored by Robert CrawfordRobert Crawford, Victor BunsterVictor Bunster
The Low Energy Building Assembly Selector was developed in collaboration between The University of Melbourne and Williams Boag Architects and supported by the Australian Research Council under project LP120200306. The tool provides a means for building designers and other construction industry professionals to make informed decisions regarding the selection of construction assemblies for optimising a building’s life cycle energy demand.

Embodied energy data within the tool is from the EPiC Database -

The Low Energy Building Assembly Selector can be accessed here:


Transforming building environmental design: streamlining environmental decision-making for building designers

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