INNOVATION THE PRACTICES OF CONSTRUCTION OF SUSTAINABLE NEIGHBORHOODS: JARDIM DAS PERDIZES, SÃO PAULO – BRAZIL

Meriellen Nuvolari Pereira Mizutani, Juliana Rodrigues Maróstica, Carlos Alberto Nunes de Oliveira, Mario Chiarastelli Paulin, Rafael Alexandre do Nascimento Purificação, Diego de Melo Conti, Tatiana Tucunduva Philippi Cortese, Joao Alexandre Paschoalin Filho

Abstract


The growth of the population's demand for urbanization besides the globalization of the economy and technology, leads to the depletion of natural resources, requiring a new vision of business focused on sustainability. In this scenario, the Civil construction has been acting in a participatory way in designing and thinking, aiming to reduce
impacts to the environment. The Jardim das Perdizes neighborhood, located in the Barra Funda region of São Paulo, is the first to receive the AQUA certification of sustainable neighborhood, and has several constructive techniques and equipment bringing improvement and economics of the use of natural resources, with Predicted
rates of reduction of 35% of water consumption and 25% of energy consumption, in addition to the high performance of buildings, spaces and equipment. Moreover, within the undertaking there is also a park donated to the public sector with complete infrastructure, integrating the leisure space with the interrelations of society and
the ways of thinking sustainability. It is possible to observe with the study that the actions of fostering sustainable constructions benefit the environment with the reduction of raw material consumption and non-renewable resources, to the population with more planned and better income spaces and to the market Real estate, valuing
buildings.


Keywords


Jardim das Perdizes; Sustainability; Building Construction; Sustainable Practices



DOI: https://doi.org/10.23925/2179-3565.2019v10i4p67-89

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