- Building Type : Office building < 28m
- Construction Year : 1970
- Delivery year : 2015
- Address 1 - street : Baspinar OSB 27060 Seh GAZIANTEP, Turkey
- Climate zone : [Csa] Interior Mediterranean - Mild with dry, hot summer.
- Net Floor Area : 208 m2
- Construction/refurbishment cost : 174 000 €
- Cost/m2 : 836.54 €/m2
Primary energy need :
(Calculation method : Other )
GAP Energy Efficiency Incubation Center was renovated according to EnerPHit standards, and is used as an office by the EE Audit Companies in Gaziantep. It is set up in a building provided by Gaziantep Chamber of Industry, built in the 1970s and located in Gaziantep Organized Industrial Zone.
The project is funded fully by the Government of Turkey, and implemented within the technical cooperation project "Utilization of Renewable Energy Resources and Increasing Energy Efficiency in Southeast Anatolia Region (PHASE 2)", by Southeastern Anatolia Regional Development Administration (GAP RDA) and United Nations Development Program (UNDP). This EE Incubator building is the first renovated building with the EnerPHit certification in Turkey.
GAP Energy Efficiency and Consultant Incubation Center is a pilot project and a good example of energy-efficient renovation. It provided lots of information to the Government that helped in the development of the ''Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings’’ projects going on.
The planned EnerPHit design delivers a reduction of the space heating demand by 87% and a reduction of the overall demand of delivered energy by 75%.
Cost €: 174,000
Construction Period: 4 Months
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3rd part certified
Tugba Salman Gurcan
OthersCakmanus Engineering Building Services
Construction companySan-is Construction
Construction ManagerUnited Nations Development Program Turkey
Certification companyPassive House Institute Darmstadt
Owner approach of sustainability
This pilot project sets an example for energy-efficient renovation in the region. It provided lots of information to the Government that helped in the development of the ''Energy Efficiency in Public Buildings’’ projects going on.
The building was opened with a ceremony, with the participation of former Minister of Development (Turkey) Cevdet Yilmaz, the Director of the United Nations Development Programme Helen Clark, and the Fatma Sahin, the mayor of Gaziantep City.
Constructed in the 1970s, this hollow brick masonry building had no insulation in the outer shell (exterior wall: U= 2,70 W/m2K, roof: 1,60 W/m2K, windows: 2,50 W/m2K). It has only one level with a floor area about 250m2 separated into 3 wings, and is being used as an office space. The south side of the building is surrounded by dense pine trees with an average height of 8m, which are an asset for design in regards to solar shading. Also the building has a compact form therefore it is a great advantage towards achieving the EnerPHit standard. However the building was in such a bad condition; due to moisture there were heavy molds and irreversible disorders like saltpeter on the interior walls. Consequently, insulation in combination with good ventilation and air tightness brought the building sustainability, which avoids all the nuisances.
- 79,00 kWhpe/m2.year
- 0,10 W.m-2.K-1
- Heat pump
- Low temperature floor heating
- Solar Thermal
- Floor cooling
- Double flow heat exchanger
- Heat pump