Synairgis works with project owners and project management teams to optimize energy projects in new construction programs and renovations. Our desire is to find, within the framework of a collaborative work, the architectural and technical solutions best suited to the profile of the building (use, public welcomed, regulatory requirement, etc.).
OUR INTERVENTION APPROACH:
First of all, the typology of the building is essential in order to understand how it will be used. This concerns the different uses, their occupancy schedules or even the behavioral habits of future occupants depending on the type of public welcomed (setpoint temperature practiced, dissipated power, etc.). To achieve a good design, it is necessary to take into account the terms of occupation in order to adapt the architectural choices and the technical choices and to create favorable conditions for economical use.
Then, based on the terms of occupation and also the requirements relating to the performance levels to be achieved, we intervene at the level of:
It is a dynamic thermal simulation that we use as a real optimization tool.
This approach makes it possible in the long term to achieve a project that is truly optimized in terms of energy, which is not the result of an addition of technological innovations, but which is rather access to sobriety. This approach brings together favorable conditions for easy handling by the operating departments.
This approach contributes to:
improve the dimensioning of a building
provide project owners and contractors with the most realistic approach possible to the thermal operation of the building
present reasoned information to the operator of the structure to prepare the commissioning and its day-to-day operation
improve and check the level of comfort of the occupants
evaluate systems in specific configurations (heat waves, high winds, overcrowding, etc.)
a multidisciplinary and highly experienced team in the commissioning process
expertise in HVAC/plumbing and regulation
mastery of renewable energies (solar, biomass, geothermal energy) and permanent technical monitoring