… are buildings that are fitted with standard classrooms as well as rooms for technical instruction (e.g. physics/chemistry labs). In addition, such buildings contain staff rooms, conference rooms and preparation rooms. Other required facilities are sanitary rooms, as well as space for technical fittings and caretaker services. Usually schools also possess an assembly hall or similar large space for gatherings and performances. The entrance area of schools is often large and well furnished.

Schools are generally multi-storey in design, constructed as reinforced-concrete load-bearing frames with masonry walls. Hence, the primary building materials are reinforced concrete and brick (Gruhler, Deilmann 2015).

Floor areas


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Building material

Material composition indicators (t)

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IDBuilding material groupTotalFoundationExterior wallInterior wallCeilingRoof

Raw material categories (t)

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Waste categories (t)

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Mineral waste categories


Material-induced emissions (kg)

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