New Build

GRUNTVIGSPARKEN, SØNDERBORG

Customer: Boligforeningen B42
Period: 2011-2014
Project total: DDK 210 mio.
Area: 13,500 2
Number of buildings: 118
Type of buildings: Common homes

The former Technical School in Sønderborg is now transformed into a large-scale and visionary general housing area. The project concerns 118 houses ranging from 76-115 m2 divided into three phases of 47 houses in 2012, 45 houses in 2013 and 26 houses in 2014. There is also established a public swimming pool, exercise facilities and common areas for social activities. The residents have contributed with wishes and suggestions for the lay-out of the apartments.

The houses are constructed after the building code 2015-requirements for energy efficient houses. Solar cell panels are placed on all slanting roofs that will produce electricity for the common areas as well as for the building process.

Danish Energy Management & Esbensen have performed energy consultancy and handled the project engineering and supervision of building installations.

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YOUTH RESIDENCES, AARHUS HAVN

Developer: Boligforeningen Ringgården
Architect: Arkitema AS
Contractor: Myhlenberg
Others: Niras
Area: 4900 m2
Budget: DDK 112 mio.
Year: 2011

Construction of 99 apartments for young people designed according to the energy class 2025. The vision is to create a low-energy apartment building of 12 floors of the best the energy class (2025). From an energy point of view, this means that the building is energy neutral, ie. uses 0 kWh to operate. A number of passive and active initiatives contribute to a reduction of the building’s energy needs. Passive energy initiatives include a compact and highly insulated and dense building, optimum conditions for natural ventilation, short service runs and daylight into buildings. The apartments get daylight through windows proportioned in different sizes and placed in varied patterns, contributing to an even distribution of light in space. Active energy initiatives are heat recovery from wastewater and the installation of approx. 150 m2 of solar collectors and approx. 700 m2 of solar cells. The solar collectors and solar cells are mounted on the roof as well as solar cells are integrated into the facade. Danish Energy Management & Esbensen has developed the energy concept and undertaken the design of building installations.

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LERVIG BRYGGE, STAVANGER

Developer: Boligforeningen Bo1 AS
Architect: AtelierOslo og Lund Hagem Arkitekter
Area: 19000 m2
Year: 2011

Construction of four low energy high-rise buildings on the artificial island – Lervig in Stavanger. The buildings have an energy budget of 115 kWh/m2 pr year according to NS 3031 and must meet the needs of energy label B. The towers have 12-18 floors, comprises a total of 159 dwellings and stands on a base with approx. 150 parking spaces. The energy and climate strategy for the dwellings consists of minimizing heat loss and use of the building’s passive properties ie. daylight for lighting, passive solar heating, and natural ventilation. Furthermore, heat pumps are used for heating and the buildings have energy efficient ventilation. The buildings are designed so that every apartment gets maximum sun and views. The window ratio is between 45-50% of the facade and good daylight conditions are achieved all around the building with the use of floor to ceiling windows. Danish Energy Management & Esbensen has developed the energy concept and undertake the design of building installations.

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ALMENBOLIG+ 3 (SOCIAL HOUSING), KØBENHAVN

Developer: Boligforeningen KAB
Architect: Tegnestuen Vandkunsten
Contractor: GVL Entreprise og BM Tag
Others: Sloth Møller A/S
Year: 2011

Construction of about 100 dwellings according to low-energy class the 2015. The dwellings are between 85 to 125 m² and will be built on site respectively in Rødovre and Smørumnedre. The construction system is based on building modules, which are produced at a factory and installed on site. The dwellings will have a good supply of daylight as they are double-sided illuminated and have a high proportion of tall windows in facades. Basically, the dwellings get their own heat supply with two heat pumps providing respectively heating and hot water. The purpose of AlmenBolig+ is to establish a new generation of cheap social housing. The rent in the new dwellings is searched lowered as a combination of new ways to build, finance and operate social housing on. Danish Energy Management & Esbensen has developed the energy concept and undertaken the design of building installations.

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HAVNBJERG, NORDBORG

Developer: Boligforeningen Danbo
Architect: Skala Arkitekter
Others: Sloth Møller
Area: 3.500 m2
Year: 2011

The project includes the demolition of 7 existing element blocks from the 60s, and the construction of 40 new energy-efficient close-low housing on the existing foundations. The proposal was selected as the competition’s best because it had the best technical solution and the best architecture. Danish Energy Management & Esbensen has developed the energy concepts and undertaken the design of building installations.

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ALMENBOLIG+ 2 (SOCIAL HOUSING), KØBENHAVN

Developer: Housing association KAB
Architect: Vandkunsten
Contractor: Pihl & Søn, JDL / X-Con
Others: Sloth Møller A/S
Budget: DDK 211 mio.
Year: 2009

Construction of 250 dwellings according to low energy class 1. The dwellings are carried out as modular building with prefabricated light modules assembled at the factory and installed on site. The developed construction system is made of highly insulated structures with special focus on minimizing thermal bridges. The dwellings get energy efficient heating and ventilation systems. AlmenBolig+ is a new concept developed by KAB and approved by Ministry of Welfare. The project aims to establish a new generation of cheap social housing for active residents and a new generation of care homes. The residents of the family housing will be responsible space division of the flats when moving in, and also later for the upkeep and maintenance. Danish Energy Management & Esbensen has developed the energy concept and undertake the design of building installations.

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LOW-ENERGY DWELLINGS, HASSELAGER

Developer: Brabrand Boligforening
Architect: Arkitema
Others: Sloth Møller
Area: 8000 m2
Budget: DDK 80 mio.
Year: 2011

New construction of 75 dwellings of high-strength concrete according to low-energy class 2015. The dwellings are built as a pilot project to demonstrate that it’s possible to build attractive homes of low energy high-strength concrete elements without exceeding the ceiling for subsidized housing. As a result of insulation requirement, low-energy buildings typically have very thick walls in order to comply with the energy frame. The use of high-strength concrete in the outer walls results in a minimized quantity of concrete but without deterioration of the insulation. The result is an improved gross / net ratio. The buildings have energy efficient ventilation and solar cell systems are established on all roof surfaces. Furthermore, it is planned to use deep drill geothermal heating linked to a central heat pump systems. Danish Energy Management & Esbensen has developed the energy concept, undertaken the design of building systems and carried out calculations on the indoor air quality and thermal energy frame of the dwellings.

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BOLIG+ (RESIDENCE+), AALBORG

Developer: A. Enggaard, Realea A/S
Architect: Arkitema A/S
Contractor: Bauhow
Others: Leif Hansen Engineering, Thorntorn Thomassetti, FAKTOR3, DONG Energy and the housing association Ringgården
Year: 2009

The intention of BOLIG+ is to create desirable and energy neutral residences open to anyone. The project contains 62 energy neutral residences, common rooms and a café. The residences are flexible, of high architectural quality, adjusted to the local community and provide a pleasant indoor climate. The project is designed to have low energy consumption by using suitable geometry, day lighting and a highly insulated building envelope. The electricity required will be produced by the solar panels placed on roof surface and facade. Innovative combinations and modern technologies secure an optimal utilization of energy and a healthy indoor climate. IT is a key factor regarding the visibility and control of the energy consumption. Danish Energy Management & Esbensen has developed the energy concept and undertake the design of building installations.

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ACTIVE HOUSE – “HOME FOR LIFE”, AARHUS

Developer: Velfac A/S, Velux A/S
Architect: Aart arkitekter
Others: Sloth Møller A/S
Budget: 5 mio. kr.
Year: 2009

The development project Home for Life aims to create an energy-producing house (active house) based on renewable energy. The principle is that the house produces more energy than it uses. It uses only renewable energy in the shape of solar energy and is thus also CO2 neutral. Solar panels (7m2) produces hot water, a newly developed solar pump produces hot water and space heating, solar panels (50m2) generates power and energy efficient windows with low U-value ensures the supply of passive heat. In the house intelligent control is used for the control of heating and ventilation by use of room sensors, and the light is controlled such by presence detectors. Furthermore, there is automatic control of exterior shading, of interior curtains of skylights and opening and closing times for windows. Danish Energy Management & Esbensen have developed a future-oriented energy concept and handled the design of the building installations.

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PASSIV HOUSES, SOLRØD

Developer: Solrød Ældreboligselskab, afd. 10306 v/Domea
Architect: Dissing & Weitling A/S
Others: Henrik Jørgensen Landskab as
Area: 6000 m2
Year: 2011

Construction of social housing as passive houses. The project is planned to be built in Trylleskoven and consists of 66 residences divided as 32 family units and 34 senior suitable housing. The requirement for passive house standard is a maximum heating demand of 15 kWh/m2/year. This will be achieved through good insulation and minimizing thermal bridges, strong focus on dense buildings, use of passive solar and energy efficient mechanical ventilation with heat recovery. The houses are planned and constructed of prefabricated room-sized modules. Danish Energy Management & Esbensen have conducted the development of the building program and conceptual design for a turnkey contract.

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KOMFORTHUS II (COMFORT HOUSE II), VEJLE

Developer: Isover, Middelfart Bank and Zeta invest
Architect: +M arkitekterne A/S
Contractor: Villa Vision
Area: 227 m2
Budget: DDK 3 mio.
Year: 2009

The house is a modern family house built according to the German PassivHaus standards.
The house has a highly insulated building envelope constructed as a cavity wall: the inner wall made of concrete and outer wall made of bricks. Supply of hot water for heating and utility takes place by a geothermal system. The skylights of the house provide day light to the centre of the house and on addition make user-controlled natural ventilation is possible. Furthermore, the house is heated by ventilation. The house will be analyzed and evaluated and the results will be used to establish the standards of passive houses in Denmark. Danish Energy Management & Esbensen has participated in development and design of the house, which was carried out in close cooperation with all parties involved according to the IED (Integrated Energy Design) principles, emphasising design, energy consumption, comfort and flexibility by using passive elements.

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DTU CLIMATE RESIDENCES, LYNGBY

Developer: DTU – Danish Technical University
Architect: Smith, Hammer & Lassen
Area: 1440 m2
Year: 2009

The residences are developed as zero-energy houses in relation to the operation and to low-energy class 1 in relation to the Building Regulation. They are therefore designed to have a minimal energy consumption for heating and hot utility water along with environmental initiatives as eco-friendly choice of artificial lighting, electrical appliances and equipment. Solar panels and a heat pump will heat the building and utility water. Solar cells will be installed at the roof to supply electricity in order to make the house comply with the prescribed requirements. The building envelope will be optimised along with daylight conditions. A need regulated ventilation system adjusted to moisture will be installed. Building design is optimised through the process of integrated energy design, including energy and indoor climate considerations from the beginning. Danish Energy Management & Esbensen has participated in development of the energy concept and design of building installations. The project is on hold due to lack of fund financing.

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COMFORT HOUSE I, VEJLE

Developer: Isover, Middelfart Bank and Zeta invest
Architect: +M arkitekterne A/S
Contractor: Villa Vision
Area: 198 m2
Budget: DDK 3 mio.
Year: 2008

The house is a modern family house built according to the German PassivHaus standards. When designing the house design, energy consumption, comfort and flexibility by using passive elements were highly emphasised. Environmental features such as the use of passive heating and cooling the air intake and integration of solar panels are implemented. Also, need-regulated and natural ventilation and dynamic shading are implemented along with a high flexibility due to the option of room modification. Energy consumption, comfort, etc. will be analysed and evaluated after construction and used to establish the standards of a Danish passive house. Danish Energy Management & Esbensen has participated in the development and design of the house in close cooperation with all parties involved according to the IED (Integrated Energy Design) principles.

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