- Building Type : Office building < 28m
- Construction Year : 2019
- Delivery year : 2019
- Address 1 - street : Rue Del'Grète 22 5020 NAMUR, Belgique
- Climate zone : [Cbc] Mild, dry winter, warm and wet summer.
- Net Floor Area : 7 884 m2
- Construction/refurbishment cost : 9 509 725 €
- Cost/m2 : 1206.21 €/m2
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Transformation and extension of the PEREX center in Daussoulx, the center of permanence and control of the motorways and waterways of Wallonia.
This building is passive and NZEB. Alongside the choices related to the energy performance of the project, the design of this sustainable building also incorporates a set of design choices, reducing its overall environmental impact :
o Choice of building materials
o Water management
o Optimization of thermal comfort and well-being
DesignerAssociation momentanée : Atelier de l'Arbre d'Or - Altiplan Cedric PONCELET - GSM : 0497/75.89.45 - MAIL : firstname.lastname@example.org Architecture
Other consultancy agencyBureau Greisch Bruno BUSCH - GSM : 0477/43.63.01 - MAIL : email@example.com Stability / Special Techniques / Energy / Sustainable Development / Health Safety Coordination
CompanyIMTECH Belgium Patrice TORDEUR - GSM : 0486/49.11.61 - MAIL : firstname.lastname@example.org Special technical subcontractors (HVAC & Electricity) and maintenance
Public Private Partnership
Intentions, starting point of the urban and architectural project:
o The main objective is to create a specific place at the Perex 4.0 center, in with Perex 1.0, in order to create a coherent whole, through a qualitative landscape and urban planning approach .
o The implementation of the new administrative building is defined in such a way as to make it visible and accessible from the public space, while taking full advantage of the potential of the site, in order to reinforce the existing landscape qualities and to respect the qualities of the related building. The main lines of force of the main roads and highways that make up the site are taken into account as part of this reflection.
o The various constraints related to the geographical location of the place, the specific program, the orientation, the visual perspectives or the goal of high environmental quality, are all opportunities to optimize the project and improve the immediate environment.
o The singularity of the program, located at the motorway junction of Wallonia, at the gates of its capital.
o The building is designed taking into account exterior traffic , accessibility and external mobility.
o Environmental and sustainability specifications are integrated at every stage of the design, from the definition of building orientation to details of construction, choice of materials, facilities and technical equipment.
- Boiler fuel
- Heat pump
- Solar cooling
- Floor cooling
- Double flow heat exchanger
- Solar photovoltaic
Yves ROEMEN - GSM : 0475/26.20.80
Génie climatique, électricité / Ventilation, rafraîchissement
Optimal use of renewable energy sources
Complies with building sustainability certifications such as LEED, BREEAM and DGNB
Components largely maintenance free
Contribution to true sustainability.
Technique directly integrated into the building design.
Homogeneity: by the perfect coherence of tones (white / gray), the play of simplified volumetrics and the assertion of the tower as connecting element, the fusion is perfect.
This perception is reinforced by the complete covering of the perex 1. 0 of a coating on insulation and its existing zinc cover.
The new center comes to take support on the ground, taking advantage of the differences of level to integrate the ground garden in a base.
On this base, the project comes to take support. The different slides between them to make the most of the resources they need.
Central place : motorway crossroads of Wallonia, the site has an important symbolism in the notion of control. We wanted to highlight this symbiosis between the site and the program.
Signal: The new control center proudly displays its central status.
Parking: We favored concentration rather than spreading, in order to optimize the landscape integration and the quality of the distributions.
1. A new 50-space car park (of which 36 reserved for the police) is created on the left of the project,
2. the current car park (in ground garden) and along the road is repacked in 55 locations.
3. The existing 15-seater pocket, located before the site, is maintained.
A total of 120 places (including 3 PRMs, in the immediate vicinity of the entrance).
120 parking spaces
Sustainable, the innovative design choices of this building were designed to reduce the impact on the overall environment to obtain a passive building and beyond NZEB standards.
This resolutely contemporary project offers an identifiable architecture while meeting very demanding environmental and energy standards. It will also benefit from an optimal sun exposure mode thanks to the intelligent arrangement of the levels. High performance gives pride of place to new technologies.
Finally, the architecture will be simple and uncluttered to give free flow to the design and layout of spaces, while ensuring great flexibility of layout trays.
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