Energy-efficient Rehabilitation of #95 Kindergarten in Tbilisi MunicipalityDetailed rehabilitation and modernization of Kindergarten #95 in Tbilisi Municipality with renewable energy sources and energy-efficient technologies. Project envisioned restoration of existing building with integrated micro energy system equipped with solar collectors for water, geothermal pumps, photovoltaic, energy-efficient boiler, water harvesting and grey water recycling systems and renovation of building envelope to reduce GHG emissions and provide a pilot for further measures to be taken by Tbilisi Municipality in accordance to its' SEAP.
|Project:||Project funded by Tbilisi city Hall's LEPL Tbilisi Technological Development Fund|
|Year of Completion:||2016|
|Implementation Period:||5 months|
|Customer:||LEPL Tbilisi Technological Development Fund|
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 efficient building envelope, high durability of exterior|