Sustainable Building


Certification for sustainable buildings - also known as green building rating tools - are used to assess and recognise buildings which meet certain green requirements or standards. Rating tools, often voluntary, recognise and reward companies and organisations who build and operate greener buildings, thereby encouraging and incentivising them to push the boundaries on sustainability. They kick-start the market by setting standards that then in turn elevate the ambition of government building codes and regulation, workforce training, and corporate strategies.

Rating tools vary in their approach and can be applied to the planning and design, construction, operation and maintenance, renovation, and eventual demolition phases of a green building. Rating tools can also differ in the type of buildings they are applied to, with specific tools or subsets of tools used for different building types such as homes, commercial buildings or even whole neighbourhoods. (WGBC).

KI Experience Center sustainable buildings certificates

The Center is  the first newly built Slovene building to recive a DGNB Certificate in Platinum.

KIEXC is owner of Active House Certificate.

KIEXC is a Pilot project of sustainable construction for the European Commission, known as Level(s) - guidelines for sustainable construction.