Sharing Passivhaus Knowledge

Kier’s St Sidwells Point project has been designed to the Passivhaus standard. This means that once finished, the leisure complex will use significantly less energy for heating and cooling than an average building of similar size and facilities.

In order to share industry knowledge, the development team and principal contractor has integrated the design and construction processes within a training programme.

Client and regulatory bodies have been included in conferences onsite to hear about the changes required to traditional working methods and the roles of all parties.

Sub-contractors, consultants and advisers have also been engaged in this carefully managed programme. All have encouraged and supported the efforts to use this approach for the benefit of the industry.

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Monitor report. Kier Construction. Devon. January 2020.


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