Reference case: One office building, three building certificates

This renovated building is in part housing a modern office, designed with sustainability clear in mind. In the initial phases of the project, it was decided that materials and products were going to be used which could generate a 35-40% energy save. In addition, the construction process as a whole had a goal to recycle 75% of the waste generated during the work.

As for many other companies and governmental bodies, we at Swegon have for long worked hard to develop products with significantly reduced operational carbon, meaning, minimising the energy requirement for ventilation, heating and air conditioning in buildings. We are happy to have supplied this building with products for heating and cooling from our BlueBox range.

Today The Ombu building has an energy rating which complies with the European Commission's Nearly Zero Energy Building standards and the project is pre-certified LEED Platinum. The building fulfils the criteria to reach the WELL Gold level and it is registered to obtain the Net Zero Energy certificate awarded by the International Living Future Institute in the USA.

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The Ombú building, Madrid, Spain