Archiclima assessment

What is Archiclima ASSESSMENT?

Archiclima ASSESSMENT is a service consisting in the assessment of the adaptation of facilities to climate change. The facility assessment is based on site-specific data and predicted climate change scenarios. Determining the risk associated with current and future natural events facilitates decision-making in the field of real estate management – it indicates the current preparation of the facility to the challenges of climate change and is the starting point for mitigating the facility’s impact on the climate.

The facility that is the subject of analysis is always described in the context of a specific location.

The Archiclima ASSESSMENT service uses basic meteorological data from ERA5 climate reanalyzes containing a 40-year chronological sequence from 1981-2020 as part of the Land-Copernicus service

The following will be used as data sources for the analysis:
  • existing technical documentation of the facility, permits, reports, specifications
  • monitoring of factors important in the context of the facility’s adaptation to climate change (e.g. operational data)
  • planning documents at various levels of environmental management, in particular Urban Plans for Adaptation to Climate Change, and Crisis Management Plans for voivodships
  • registers of reports of the State Fire Service and Police: occurrences of extreme meteorological events and the type of intervention undertaken
  • ocal media reports, available information on the following events: flooding, extreme gusts of wind, material losses
  • site visits and information obtained from the facility manager.

In addition, site-specific analysis takes into account future, forecasted climate changes using the results of climate simulations calculated by the Euro-CORDEX project.

Two scenarios will be considered:

  1. RCP4.5 scenario – Representative Concentration Pathways 4.5 [W / m2]
    It assumes the introduction of new technologies to achieve a higher than present reduction of greenhouse gas emissions – in 2100 the achievement of CO2 concentration not exceeding 580 ppm (currently 400 ppm) and the radiative forcing of 4.5 [W / m2].
    It represents an increase in the average temperature of the Earth by 2.5 ° C compared to the pre-industrial era.
  2. RCP8.5 scenario – Representative Concentration Pathways 8.5 [W / m2]
    The scenario assumes maintaining the current rate of growth of greenhouse gas emissions, called “business as usual” – in 2100 achieving CO2 concentration at the level of 1230 ppm (currently 400 ppm) and the radiative forcing of 8.5 [W / m2].
    This represents an increase in the average temperature of the Earth by 4.5 ° C compared to the pre-industrial era

The Archiclima ASSESSMENT analysis report equips the facility manager with knowledge and competences in the field of phenomena and processes that are important for the facility with its current technical conditions.

As part of a single, transparent study, important data on the functioning of the facility, maintenance costs, non-financial reporting (ESG) are collected, which are important in the context of obtaining external financing, investment insurance and maintaining high competitive attractiveness for customers and tenants.

Archiclima ASSESSMENT is a supporting tool in the process of managing the risk of damage, breakdowns and accidents (as a result of torrential rains, urban floods, extreme heat, drought and energy crises).

The report is a measurable basis for planning adaptation measures in such a way as to increase resilience to climate change and minimize its negative impact on the environment, and at the same time increase the attractiveness of the space for clients and tenants.



Organizing, explaining and combining information about natural events that are important for the facility in the context of their technical conditions. A forecast that facilitates making strategic decisions.


Collection and development of relevant data for facility operation, maintenance costs, non-financial reporting, external financing, insurance, investments and maintaining competitive attractiveness for customers.


Providing a support tool in the process of managing the risk of damage, breakdowns and accidents resulting from heavy rainfall, urban floods, extreme heat, drought and energy crises (so-called blackouts).


Supplementing the technical documentation. Indication of the existing possibilities of preventing crisis events and minimizing the negative impact on the environment.

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