| KEY INFORMATION ABOUT BELGRADE PROJECT
IMPROVING ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN THE CITY OF BELGRADE: THERMAL REHABILITATION OF THREE PUBLIC BUILDINGS
Sector: Energy/Energy efficiency
The main goal of the Belgrade project is to improve the living conditions through local environment protection intended to improve the energy efficiency of heating/cooling systems in public institutions.
Within the EU PPF programme, the EU PPF6 project unit’s expert team was tasked with producing the technical documentation for thermal rehabilitation and energy efficiency improvement for the following public institutions in Belgrade:
- Belgrade City Library in Zmaj Jovina street;
- Student Healthcare Centre, the Head office in Krunska street;
- Student Hospital in Prote Mateje street.
At the moment, the thermal performance of these buildings is poor. The lack of appropriate capital maintenance over the past 20 years has resulted in substandard comfort, services, and interior. The main objective of the thermal rehabilitation project is to ameliorate living and working conditions by improving the energy efficiency of heating/cooling systems in these public institutions. In consequence, the proposed measures include capital maintenance as a prerequisite for introducing energy saving measures.
The rehabilitation of these institutions will encompass the following standard measures:
- Replacement of windows
- Installation of external wall insulation;
- Roof insulation and damp proofing restoration, along with work on gutters and earthing installations;
- Reconstruction of the heating system;
- Renewal of electrical lighting installations and installation of new energy efficient lighting, checking distribution board enclosures and their renewal, if needed;
- Renovation of existing air conditioning and ventilation systems;
- Renovation of existing restrooms and sanitation systems;
- Renovation of floor covering;
- Installation of fire alarms and signalling;
- Installation of a building management system (BMS) and an energy monitoring system (EMS) that will ensure continuous monitoring of energy consumption and potential savings.
- Reduced energy consumption resulting from raising the energy efficiency of the buildings by at least one energy class after the renovation;
- Improved working conditions and sustainability of the buildings;
- Improved thermal environment during the winter months, with a view to securing a minimum temperature of 20°C in rooms that are in use;
- As-Built Design — completed in June 2018;
- Energy Audit, Technical Inspection Report, Energy Efficiency Elaborate — completed in July 2018;
- Conceptual Design — completed in December 2018;
- Pre-Feasibility Study — March 2019;
- Feasibility Study with Cost-Benefit Analysis — April 2019;
- Preliminary Design for reconstruction — April 2019;
- Design for construction permit— May 2019;
- Tender documentation — July 2019;
- Accompanying training programme for strengthening the administrative, managerial, and operational capacities of the project participants — IN PROGRESS.
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