Case Studies

University of Nottingham RAD Building

University of Nottingham RAD Building

The ‘Research Acceleration and Demonstration’ (RAD) Building at the University of Nottingham is an ambitious project which provides laboratories, offices and break-out spaces for various groups, as part of the Energy Research Accelerator (ERA) initiative.

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Sheltered Accommodation, Worksop

Sheltered Accommodation, Worksop

Greenlite Energy Assessors were tasked with undertaking a CIBSE TM59 overheating analysis and Part L2A compliance assessment on a sheltered accommodation development in Worksop.

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Office Block Refurbishment, Lincoln

Office Block Refurbishment, Lincoln

This year we have worked on possibly our most complex project to date, which has involved advising Lincoln County Council on the overheating risk, energy demand, energy cost, pay-back period and C02 emissions savings available under various refurbishment options of a prominent 1960s office block.

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Hillside Cottage, Hampshire

Hillside Cottage, Hampshire

Greenlite Energy Assessors were engaged by owner/builder and architect Ian de-Peyrecave of Perry and Bell Architects, London, to aid in the design of a super low energy dwelling in Hampshire.

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AAD Building, University of Lincoln

AAD Building – University of Lincoln

The Art, Architecture and Design Building (East) at the University of Lincoln is a new build construction completed in 2013. Since completion, the gallery area has suffered from chronic overheating issues resulting from very high quotas of glazing and insufficient consideration of the ventilation strategy required to discharge the resulting solar gains.

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Part L1A Compliance

The Terrace, Lincoln

The Terrace on Grantham Street in central Lincoln is a managed workspace facility owned and operated by Lincoln City Council. Since opening, high internal temperatures have been experienced within the building, reaching 43°C -sufficient for the city council to consider taking remedial measures.

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Part L1A Compliance

UNIPTEC Building, University of Nottingham

The UNIPTEC building at the University of Nottingham is an elaborate cylindrical building, involving a complex assembly of brise-soleil. Nottingham based building services engineers MIES appointed Greenlite Energy Assessors to carry out various works on this new BREEAM certified building.

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