Renovation design standard for Dunkin' Donuts Philippines: A guide to sustainable renovation for fast food restaurants
Gokongwei College of Engineering
This research focuses on the development of a design standard for the renovation of fast food chain restaurants in the Philippines. The study looked into Dunkin Donuts Franchise and utilized a common retail outlet that was used as a prototype for the possible application of sustainable strategies in renovation. The research concentrated on finding suitable design features that would be successful in the Philippine context.
The objective of the study is to be able to reduce the use of energy of fast food restaurants and lower its operating costs. Through the development of a green building renovation standard for Dunkin Donuts Philippines, a substantial model will present that the amount of reduction of the company's annual energy use and annual energy cost is inversely proportional to monetary savings and is beneficial for the company. The ultimate goal of the research is to serve as a scalable model to promote sustainable investing in the renovation of fast food restaurants in the Philippines.
Martinez, M. G. (2013). Renovation design standard for Dunkin' Donuts Philippines: A guide to sustainable renovation for fast food restaurants. Retrieved from https://animorepository.dlsu.edu.ph/faculty_research/8366
Sustainable architecture—Philippines; Sustainable buildings—Philippines—Design and construction