Accordingto Kibert. (2007). “Seven Principles of Sustainable Construction,” There are sevenprinciples of sustainable construction. The first principle is of the mostimportance because it contrasts over utilization is the major problem that addressesus to sustainability and who forces us to maintain it.
Providing cooling, heating,ventilation and lighting are the compliant measures that we use because theyforce the people to believe in high-efficiency systems and long-lastingmaterials that demands low maintenance. The least reprocessing systems wereremoved and the second principle points on the demands of reusing materialsthat are already gone and removed. Non-recyclable materials are nothingcompared to renewable materials and renewable materials, recyclable resourcesand recycled contents should be given the most important consideration overnon-recyclable resources and that’s the third principle, it talks about theitems that are in nature which is reduced to raw materials and used as newresources and products. The fourth principle is about the concern aboutemploying nature stewardship and making the environment better again restoringthe beauty of nature as possible. The fifth principle is about the properdisposal of toxics in and out the building. Principle six is about the natureside of construction which has direct result on the environment. By comprisingthe life cycle costing as early as the researcher can in the project processand rooted this consideration improvement of project design, it will have a goodimpact on the level of pollution made, energy utilization and frequency ofmaintenance during the work of the building.
The seventh principle concerns inthe life and what the researcher gained and how it impact the work and thedesign of the building, his plan about the proposal the workmanship on theoutcome, the researcher’s management and selection of resources.