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Daycare center and renovation of ‘Huis van de Kunstenaars’

Anderlecht, Belgium, Europe

Sector Health Care
Project status under construction
Location Anderlecht, Belgium, Europe
Architect THV agmen Carton123, Sint-Katelijnestraat 3 bus 3, 1000 Brussels, BE
Study August 2018 - July 2019
GFA 1,420 m2
Scope Study and following up MEP / EPBD reporting
Intervention Construction and Renovation
Client Municipality Anderlecht, Raadsplein 1, 1070 Anderlecht, BE
Total technical installations cost:€ 361.484,00 VAT excluded
Total construction cost:€ 1.480.000,00 VAT excluded

 

Project description:

The new daycare center for 4 living groups of 13 children each will be constructed next to the ‘Huis van de kunstenaars’, a work studio with exhibition space which will also be renovated..

The heating for the daycare consists of a gas-condensing boiler with quality label HR-top, in combination with underfloor heating, convectors and radiators with a low temperature regime in order to achieve optimum and efficient operation. The device will continuously modulate according to the heat demand. The circulation pumps have a label “A” energy class.

The daycare center is equipped with decentralized ventilation units system C+ with pre-heating of the supplied air through the window frame vents to prevent a cold downdraught. In the exhibition space was chosen for a ventilation system D with heat recovery. The domestic hot water is produced by a solar boiler system supported by a gas boiler.

The daycare center is equipped with sanitary facilities tailored to the children, as well as a rainwater recovery system for flushing the toilets. To prevent legionella and energy losses, decentralized electric boilers were chosen for the remote water outlets.

Energy efficient lighting was created by installing LED devices and presence detection.

The building is equipped with a fire detection system, a videophone system, intrusion detection and of course a data and telephone network.

Sustainable Features

comfort
comfort
reuse rainwater
reuse rainwater
water management
water management
green roof
green roof
heat recovery
heat recovery
insulation
insulation
solar energy
solar energy