CO₂RE draws on residential construction elements from the BRANZ House Insulation Guide (5th edition) and some details from the PHINZ High Performance Construction Details Handbook.
It enables the user to:
Dave Dowdell PhD - BRANZ Ltd
Dave is BRANZ’s Principal Scientist – Sustainability and Science Leader for BRANZ’s Zero Carbon Built Environment research programme, with more than 30 years of experience in carbon footprinting, life cycle assessment and sustainability assessment.
Working with researchers from more than 15 other countries, Dave currently leads the Aotearoa New Zealand contribution to an International Energy Agency project concerning assessment of environmental impacts of buildings. During his time at BRANZ, he has developed the Aotearoa NZ whole-building, whole-of-life framework as a resource to facilitate carbon footprinting of Aotearoa NZ buildings, and led the early work that established EPD Australasia.
Prior to joining BRANZ in 2011, Dave was a sustainability consultant working for Arup and PricewaterhouseCoopers in UK.
Albrecht Stoecklein - Design Navigator
Albrecht has a Masters degree in Physics from Heidelberg and Oldenburg Universities in Germany. He used to work at the Building Research Association of New Zealand (BRANZ) as a senior building scientist and later was technical manager at Right House, a Meridian Energy subsidiary supplying a range of energy efficient technologies. He held a number of contracts as senior advisor to the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment developing and running industry seminars on leaky buildings and rapid post-disaster building assessments. For the last 15 years he has run the Design Navigator consultancy service and online assessment tools for NZBC Clause H1 compliance.
Lindsay Wood - Resilienz
Lindsay Wood is a founder of climate strategy company Resilienz Ltd. and of the Resilienz Climate Trust. He has some ten years’ experience working across a wide array of climate sectors, in which he “specialises in being a generalist” in the space between the science and technology of climate and those that need to apply them. This follows an extensive career in architectural practice and education, and in developing and using cost management software that Resilienz is currently expanding as a tool for carbon and cost estimating for the residential sector.