Feasibility study – assessment of heat and cold sources

Feasibility study – assessment of heat and cold sources

After a feasibility study focused on the technical and economic assessment of the heating and cooling sources of the West Bohemian Gallery in Pilsen, our Design & Architecture (DA) department has prepared another study. This time the client commissioned us to compare different cooling methods for office spaces with exceptional heat dissipation requirements. This was on CA Immo’s Nile House in Karlín.

We notice that there are more and more customers who need to deal with energy management not only formally, but above all practically. With specific building-technical instructions for the solution and with an economic balance sheet for investment and operation.

Our DA department is currently working on two other similarly focused feasibility studies.

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