DGNB is the German sustainability certification scheme for buildings completed since 2008. For Denmark, the Green Building Council Denmark (DK-GBC) decided to follow the DGNB guidelines and adjust these to fit Danish requirements. The first Danish version of the DGNB was published in 2012 and last updated in new 2016 manuals.
Due to fact that DGNB has been developed and adapted later than BREEAM and LEED, the certification is also known as a second-generation system and therefore based on different experiences. DGNB is very inclusive in its analysis of building and all aspects of sustainability are considered. DGNB stands for:
Read more about DGNB at www.dgnb.de
Read more about the Green Building Council Denmark at www.dk-gbc.dk/english
Troldtekt contributes positively to the DGNB-certification of buildings and, together with Ramboll Group, has made ready-to-use “pdf-packages” with thorough documentation for DGNB-auditors of the relevant DGNB-criteria. Below, you will find a list of the DGNB-criteria for which Troldtekt contributes with points and for which auditors can be given documentation. The list is based on the Danish DGNB-criteria. Please be aware that some criteria require product- and project-specific data.
Please note: Troldtekt’s documentation for the criteria listed below contains confidential information and will therefore only be given to auditors.