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Chan, P.; Khoeng, K.; Ung, H.K.; Tang, T.; Eung, K.; Uth, S.; Meng, S.; Sun, L.; Em, S.; Toum, H.; Phok, O.; Sry, R.; Mok, L.; Lo, R.; Vat, C.; Phay, S.; Hor, O.; Cheath, C.V.; Lim, M.; An, P.; Sareun, M.; Sot, S.; Va, S.; Chea, Y.; Piseth, M.R. Sustainable Building Plan-Design, Construction, Performance, and Renovation Criteria. Preprints2021, 2021080295 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202108.0295.v3).
Chan, P.; Khoeng, K.; Ung, H.K.; Tang, T.; Eung, K.; Uth, S.; Meng, S.; Sun, L.; Em, S.; Toum, H.; Phok, O.; Sry, R.; Mok, L.; Lo, R.; Vat, C.; Phay, S.; Hor, O.; Cheath, C.V.; Lim, M.; An, P.; Sareun, M.; Sot, S.; Va, S.; Chea, Y.; Piseth, M.R. Sustainable Building Plan-Design, Construction, Performance, and Renovation Criteria. Preprints 2021, 2021080295 (doi: 10.20944/preprints202108.0295.v3).
Published data or available literature on sustainable building plan-design, construction, performance, and renovation criteria have covered some stages or some parts of each stage. These data usually have been published partially in many different papers―there have not been any papers that published these data together. Hence, this paper aims to collectively review these data and publish them together. The collection and review of these data were carried out by our twenty-five team members who specialized in sustainable urban, architectural, and civil engineering and construction management. The gathered and reviewed outputs were combined and validated based on a general group consensus. This consensus decision-making proceeded through two major group meetings with several follow-up meetings. The first major meeting was to combine and improve the gathered reviewed sustainable building criteria for Cambodia. The second major meeting was to validate the improved reviewed sustainable building criteria for Cambodia. The several follow-up meetings were to discuss the relevance and importance of the validated data “criteria and their classifications and descriptions” in all stages and more focused on their importance and applicability to Cambodia. The collective reviewed data in this paper would be useful to researchers in the fields. They could also be useful collective knowledge and information for policymakers from governmental agencies and development partners, particularly for sustainable building and construction companies.
sustainability; sustainable building criteria; sustainable building planning and design; sustainable site selection; sustainable construction; performance and renovation criteria.
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