STAKEHOLDERS’ BARRIERS TO GREEN BUILDING PROJECT AT UNIVERSITAS GADJAH MADA INDONESIA
Keywords:Green building barriers, Green building certification, Green building evaluation, Stakeholders' perception
Green building is vital for reducing the environmental impact of building construction. However, owners and developers are hesitant to implement this building concept into their projects due to its numerous challenges. Therefore, this study aimed to identify the stakeholders' barriers to the green building project at Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) from 2018 to 2022. Data were collected from a questionnaire survey to assess stakeholders' perceptions using benchmarks from previous related studies. The collected data were analyzed using descriptive and inferential statistics in SPSS to identify the five most significant barriers. The findings included high costs for green products, materials, and technology (mean = 3.76), an additional cost of obtaining green certification (mean = 3.74), different occupants' perceptions of quality of life and consumption habits (mean = 3.69), a lack of green building technology training for project staff (mean = 3.60), and the cost of operating and maintaining green building is high (mean = 3.45). These results are evaluations for the authorities to optimize the development of green building in Indonesia.