Scottisch Public Housing Sites Inspected With the gO Measurement System

 

John Gilbert Architects used greenTEG gO-Measurement System to perform U-value measurements on two Scottish public housing sites. Using the measurement data, John Gilberts Architects prepared evidence-based, best case retrofit guidance for the public housing authorities.

This optimizes the return on property investment, while maximizing energy efficiency gains. In a few months from now, the post-retrofit U-values are planned to be measured to verify that the construction work has achieved its design targets.

The full report is available here: www.greenteg.com/template/userfiles/files/190110-Hab-Lab_Stage1_GT_Corrected.pdf

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