In the field of thermal insulation, a large number of different requirements have developed over the last few years. Buildings have to comply with the the building energy law (GEG) as well as, where applicable, the requirements of the Federal Government and regional requirements for subsidies and certification. The focus is no longer only on saving costs during operation, but also on the sustainability of the building to protect our environment.

To plan in a cost-optimized and energy-efficient manner, it is therefore useful to develop a holistic energy concept for the building right from the start.

Moisture is omnipresent in buildings. It is not only in the building components, but also in the air or affects the building from outside, e.g. in the form of rain.

It is often not apparent at first glance when moisture is harmless and when it can lead to damage. For example, insufficient dimensioning of insulation materials in the area of structural component connections (so-called thermal bridges) can lead to condensation, or basement walls can become damp due to incorrect ventilation in the summer months. The consequences are often unsightly mildew stains or the formation of mold.

Protection against dew is closely related to thermal insulation and must therefore always be optimized at the same time as the thermal insulation concept. Both winter and summer conditions must be taken into account.

Our Scope of Services

  • Alignment of the thermal envelope and the insulation
  • Optimization and coordination of preliminary design, draft and implementation planning with regard to thermal building physics
  • Preparation of the public-legal proofs according to the building energy law (GEG)
    Issuing the energy certificate
  • Development and updating of a detailed component catalog
  • Optimization of the work planning in regard to thermal bridges, two- and three-dimensional
  • thermal bridge calculation
  • Energy concepts and consulting in the field of sustainability certification
  • Expert opinion for sustainability certification – energy balance/heat insulation (for DGNB, BNB, LEED, BREEAM)
  • Checking moisture transport in the building component according to DIN 4108-2
  • Optimization of the moisture-related properties of individual components and designs
  • Dimensioning and selection of suitable interior insulation systems for buildings with special requirements
  • Performance of hygrothermal simulations in one- and two-dimensional processes

References

Administration and office construction

  • Landeskirchenamt Evangelisch-Lutherische Landeskirche Bayern
  • Brainlab-Tower Munich-Riem
  • Ambigon Munich
  • KontorHaus Arnulfpark MK3

Residential and commercial construction

  • Fuenf Hoefe Munich
  • The Seven Muellerstrasse
  • Schwabinger Tor
  • Alte Akademie Munich
  • Beethovenpark, Augsburg

Subsidized housing construction

  • Schenckendorffstrasse
  • Carl-Wery-Strasse
  • Residential area Funkkaserne
  • Rehabilitation of Passauer Strasse
  • Passive houses Piusplatz
  • Deisenhofenerstrasse with central library, nursery

Schools

  • Senefelder-Schule Treuchtlingen
  • Pater-Rupert-Mayer Primary school Pullach
  • Gymnasium Munich North
  • Primary school Leibengerstrasse
  • Wilhelmsgymnasium

Hotels

  • VOLT Berlin-Center
  • IBIS Berg-am-Laim-Strasse in Munich
  • Star Inn Saarbruecken
  • Hyatt Andaz Munich
  • Pasinger Marienplatz
  • Kammgarnquartier, Augsburg

Construction of hospitals and institutes

  • MLZ Garching, TUM
  • Kinderpalliativzentrum Grosshadern
  • Rehabilitation measures Klinikum Grosshadern
  • Max-Planck-Institut fuer Physik
  • Institut fuer Zoonosen of the LMU
  • Renovation and extension of Klinikum Bogenhausen

Commercial and industrial construction

  • Technical Operations Center Schragenhofstrasse
  • Reviderm
  • Geovol – Geothermal energy

Museums

  • Juedisches Museum am St. Jakobsplatz
  • Deutsches Museum, renovation of the specialist departments – acoustics planning

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