Domestic, Non-Domestic, And Public Building Energy Rating Assessors
We are SEAI Registered Building Energy Rating Assessors for domestic, non-domestic, and public buildings. We have completed many assessments of both existing and new dwellings. We are also a Certified European Passive House Designers.
A number of our recent projects have involved the use of renewable technologies as follows:
St. Peter’s Community School, Passage West, Co. Cork – Biomass Introduction Scheme for Department of Education & Science
Glen Regeneration Phase 2, Cork City Council – Installation of a wood pellet district heating system to serve 58 no. dwellings and a 2000 m² Community Centre.
Murphy O’Connor, Dunbittern, Bantry – Installation of a sawdust burning boiler installation to heat the Shop / Store Premises
Solar Energy Installations
Residential Unit, Sexton Street, Limerick (Rehabcare/Newgrove Housing) – A significant solar thermal installation has been provided to service the hot water requirements of this development.
Glen Regeneration Phase 1, Cork City Council – Installation of solar water heating to 48 no. apartments
Knocknaheeny Refurbishment, Cork City Council – Installation of solar water heating to 42 no. dwellings and 24 no. apartments
Block C, Collins Barracks, Cork – Department of Defence – Single Living In Officer Accommodation – Provision of (SLI) commercial scale solar thermal hot water installation
Stag Park Development, Mitchelstown, Co. Cork – Renewable energy technology system design for 14 no. dwellings in Stag Park, Mitchelstown, Co. Cork to met ‘SEI – House of Tomorrow’ Scheme criteria – incorporated high efficiency boilers, solar thermal hot water systems and Mechanical Ventilation with heat Recovery (MVHR)
Photovoltaic (Solar-Electric) Energy Installations
Glen Regeneration Phase 2, Cork City Council – Installation of 38 no. panels to provide electrical power to a Community Centre.
Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Installations
Actons Hotel and Leisure Centre, Kinsale, Co. Cork – Installation of natural gas–fired CHP engine adjacent to existing Leisure Centre Boilerhouse, as well as amalgamation of Leisure Centre and Hotel Boilerhouses. This work involved carrying out of a feasibility study, preparation of application for grant assistance, design, issue to tender, and monitoring/co-ordination of construction
We have carried out a number of feasibility studies for Cork City Council on various projects to assess the viability of renewable energy sources for the projects in question.