Mostostal Warszawa at the Tomorrow's Construction Conference
“Urban Building of Tomorrow 2030” – the original project of Research and Development Department of Mostostal Warszawa was presented during Tomorrow’s Construction Conference which took place in December in Warsaw.
During conference was discussed construction’s industry future using two major examples: wooden vs. energy-saving construction. There was also presented „Urban Building of Tomorrow 2030”, research project which, for example, led to construction of innovative, mulit-family building on varsavian Żoliborz. Structural and material solutions and installation systems applied there are distinguishing factors which resulted in such advantages as: high energy efficiency of the building, enviroment protection, optimum use of natural resources as well as high comfort of living for the residents.
At the conference Mostostal Warszawa was represented by Juliusz Żach, Head of Research and Development Department, who showed „Urban Building of Tomorrow 2030” as an example of modern urban construction realized in line with sustainable development strategy. The partner of the project, dr inż. Leszek Dulak (University of Technology in Silesia) carried out analisis of acoustic properties and presented results of bench studies made in the object and results of insulation measurements.
- Project “Urban Building of Tomorrow 2030” characterizes holistic approach to improve technical properties and performance of the building. We wanted to optimise process of design and improve existing concepts of using renewable energy, reducing drinking water consumption and function of energy control systems in multi-family developments. The main goal of the project was improvement of multi-family buildings specifics that is enhancing quality of live and tangible reduction of negative impact on enviroment. In the demonstrative building in Żoliborz we implemented, for example, vacuum solar collectors which cooperate with heat grid, collection and management rainwater system, shading elements on elevation which reduce overheating of the interiors in the summer or optimised building partitions providing excellent insulating and acoustic properties - said Juliusz Żach during conference.