The Pavillion – Aubis-ORR
The Pavillion – Aurbis-ORR is a newly constructed commercial building located in the eastern suburb of Bengaluru called Marathalli. The building is located on the mutation corridor with connectivity to the main road of Sarjapur, Bengaluru’s thriving business district. Here one can find excellent residential enclaves, schools, hospitals, malls and high-street shopping.
The builder of the property, SJR Primecorp, has provided the core and shell and the basic infrastructure. The developer’s client, Singapore-based Aurbis Business Parks, is providing the interior fit-outs and leasing the building long term. It was Aurbis’ motivation for the building to become EDGE certified so that potential tenants will be convinced of the value of the superior performance of the building compared to a conventional building, in the areas of energy, water and embodied energy in materials. Aurbis is committed to meeting the highest environmental standards for the interior fit-outs related to lighting, automation and materials in all of its properties.
The Pavillion – Aurbis-ORR has received a preliminary EDGE certificate from GBCI.
Predicted Savings of EDGE Certification
Less Embodied Energy in Materials
Reduced window to wall ratio, reflective paint for roof and walls, insulation of roof and external walls, external shading devices, low-E coated glass, energy-efficient air conditioning with air cooled screw chiller, variable frequency drives in air handling units, energy-saving lighting internally and externally, lighting controls for corridors and staircases, occupancy sensors, and daylight photoelectric sensors.
Low-flow faucets in bathrooms and kitchen sinks, water-saving water closets and urinals, a rainwater harvesting system, and a blackwater treatment and recycling system.
Thinner in-situ reinforced concrete slab for floor slabs and roof construction, and solid dense concrete blocks for external walls and internal walls.
*Part of the energy efficiency percentage may be associated with virtual energy for comfort depending on the presence of heating and cooling systems. Note that virtual energy does not contribute savings to utility bills.