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FIRE AND RESCUE CENTER

Redange, Luxembourg, Europe

Sector Offices
Location Redange, Luxembourg, Europe
Execution From April 2017
Architect AB Plus Sa, 13 rue Laewert, 9640 Boulaide, LU
Study January 2017 - May 2017
GFA 4,845 m2
Scope MEPF consulting
Intervention New construction
Client Administration communale de Rédange, LU

Construction of a new Fire & Rescue Center with its corresponding technical equipment.
The maintenance workshop is located along the CR304 linking Redange to Hostert. The regrouping of these activities and related technical equipment central site will create synergies as well as a reduction of investment and operational costs at the level of public infrastructures. The municipality wanted to bring together the functions of the communal workshop and intervention center into a single location, enabling the grouping of common functions such as meeting room, reception, heating and various techniques.

  • For each of the two buildings there is a separate entrance for vehicles and separate access to the outdoor courtyard.
  • Each function is represented by a separate volume:
    • Garage for firemen
    • Garage for ambulances
    • Workshop
    • Administration for the municipal workshop
    • Administration for firefighters
    • Canopy
  • The concrete structures have a metallic cladding and a flat roof.
  • Heat production is ensured by a boiler utilizing wood chips. The distribution of heat is divided into several circuits. Domestic hot water production is of the instantaneous type and is carried out by means of plate exchangers. The premises are heated by low-temperature floor heating.
  • Ventilation is provided by dual-flow air handling units with energy recovery via high-efficiency exchanger.
  • An exhaust system is provided in the garages.
  • Compressors guarantee the supply of compressed air for specific equipment and the filling of compressed air cylinders.
  • All lighting is made with LED luminaires. Indoor lighting is controlled by an automatic regulation of the solar shading dependant upon outdoor sunlight levels.

 

Sustainable Features

comfort
comfort
reuse rainwater
reuse rainwater
water management
water management
heat recovery
heat recovery
louvers
louvers
insulation
insulation
glazing
glazing
ecological materials
ecological materials
CHP
CHP
biomass
biomass