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HOLIDAY RESORT CM MASSEMBRE – PAVILION DURLET

Heer-sur-Meuse, Belgium, Europe

Sector Hotels & Resorts
Project status completed
Location Heer-sur-Meuse, Belgium, Europe
Execution July 2018 - November 2019
Architect Stramien cvba, Mechelsesteenweg 271 b5, 2018 Antwerpen, BE
Study From September 2017
GFA 1,035 m2
Scope Study and following up MEP / EPBD reporting / Energy audit
Intervention Renovation
Client Domaine de Massembre, Massembre 84, 5543 Heer, BE

Domain Massembre is the holiday center of the Belgian health insurance fund ‘CM’ and offers a getaway for couples, families, school trips and groups for seminars and events.

 

On the domain, ‘The Durlet Pavilion’ of 1,000 m² offering 78 beds in 18 rooms was renovated. This was the first step in creating a geothermal network with heat pumps. A renewable energy source that does not pollute and thus a pioneer in the sector of sustainable tourism in Wallonia. Afterward, the new concept will be extensively tested and gained knowledge and results will be shared with the sector.

 

A BTES field provides the hot water for heating and the plumbing. A second air/water heat pump ensures that the source is never completely discharged.

The geothermal heat pump is dimensioned to function at temperatures up to -10°C.

At milder temperatures, the water/water heat pump stops working from 15°C and the air/water heat pump alternates between heating the domestic hot water and heating the room to room temperature.

 

The geothermal installation was further expanded with a 60 m² solar collector on the south-facing roof of the pavilion. This feeds a 2,500-liter solar water heater, which provides hot water for the showers in the rooms of the guests. The other half of the roof is covered with a PV installation with a capacity of 13 kWp. This provides sufficient electrical power to drive the heat pump.

 

The rooms are equipped with fan coil units to provide cooling at warm outside temperatures.

Sustainable Features

comfort
comfort
reuse rainwater
reuse rainwater
water management
water management
insulation
insulation
waste management
waste management
solar energy
solar energy
PV panels
PV panels
geothermal energy
geothermal energy
passive cooling
passive cooling
glazing
glazing
ecological materials
ecological materials
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