Every year, much of the energy consumed locally, nationally and regionally is wasted through transmission, heat loss and inefficient technology - costing households, businesses and state money, and leading to increased carbon pollution.
Energy efficiency is one of the easiest and most cost-efficient ways to combat climate change, clean the air we breathe, improve the competitiveness of our businesses and reduce energy costs for consumers. New Technology Center is actively working on providing efficient solutions for buildings and other consumers of energy.
Complex of Diplomatic Center
Complex of diplomatic center involved construction of residential and recreational buildings suitable to accommodate foreign guests of the capital providing them with comfortable housing and amenities in the village built according to European standards.
|Project||Complex of Diplomatic Center|
|Year of Completion||2007|
|Construction Period||10 months|
|Customer||Manglisi Diplomatic Center|
|Unique Features||First wood frame housing with energy e¬fficient building envelope in Georgia|
Kolkheti National Park
Proximity of project area to the Black Sea Coast dictated terms to be acknowledged in the building: high levels of moisture and salt content in the air posed a risk not only to a quality of living inside the buildings but increased requirements for protection of facade. To address this situation highly insulated building envelope of sandwich panels was employed. To secure exterior vacuum-pressure treated timber cladding was additionally protected by natural oil finish. Buildings are equipped with solar collectors for hot water and PV panels for electricity production.
|Project||Administrative and Visitors’ buildings of Kolkheti National Park|
|Year of Completion||2006|
|Construction Period||9 months|
|Customer||ICZM, World Bank|
|Unique Features||Use of renewable energy, energy e¬fficient building envelope, high durability of exterior|
Multifunctional Community Center
Construction of Multifunctional Community Center building was accomplished by beneficiaries of IDP Settlement through hands-on training that aimed to provide them with skills to participate in construction and further maintenance of their own houses. 300 sq.m.2 building of community center represents a result of the training.
|Project||Multifunctional Community Center|
|Location||IDP Settlement, Gori|
|Year of Completion||2009|
|Construction Period||90 days|
|Unique Features||Constructed by the IDP-s|
Residential House in Tbilisi
Architectural project of the residential house involved filling concrete openings with masonry and cladding it with wood. After inquiring Wood Service for the supply of wood cladding the developer of the project was offered an obvious improvement that implied replacing 40 cm masonry with wood cladding to an insulated wall panel of 20 cm thickness. Such a solution enabled developer to gain additional spaces for sale providing income that fully covered costs of producing and installing the panels while keeping the original exterior concept.
|Project||Residential House on Abuladze str.|
|Year of Completion||2007|
|Construction Period||75 days|
|Unique Features||Insulated wall panels|