The Implementation of Green Building Concept in Public Agency Building in Padang City

Nurhasan Syah, Muhammad Giatman, RusnardiRahmat Putra, Anggrieka Maharani, Syaiful Haq, Nelvi Salendra

One reason for the large increase in energy use and increased ozone damage is buildings. There are many regulations regarding environmentally friendly buildings, globally and in Indonesia, but implementation is still low, especially in public buildings or government buildings. This research was conducted to determine the application of applying the concept of greenbuilding in government buildings, following regulations such as PERMEN LH NO. 8 of 2010, in this case buildings in West Sumatra Province. The case study in this study is the BPKP Building in West Sumatra Province due to observational findings that support the important issues to be studied. The research method used is descriptive method, with the dominant less dominant approach, then the qualitative approach plays a dominant role. Based on the identification, inventory and analysis of the suitability of the criteria, the implementation of environmentally friendly concepts in the West Sumatra Province BPKP building has not been optimal, with the achievement of the 40% criterion. Then the recommendations for the BPKP Building in accordance with PERMEN LH NO.08 of 2010 are: maintaining humidity and air circulation to be more effective, maximizing lighting, replacing refrigerants whose use has been restricted, managing garbage and dirty water, and adding more green open space.

Volume 12 | Issue 6

Pages: 2727-2733

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V12I6/S20201233