The Hall is located on the top floor space of the existing building. The project space is newly built and it has a separate entrance on the ground floor. Since this new interior office floor is totally separated from the main building, it has its own HVAC and domestic hot water systems.
Smart energy meters were installed to monitor and measure the subsystems. Plumbing fixtures were also selected as high-efficient low-flow consumed type.
Energy efficiency measures resulted in an energy use savings of 22.3%. Approximately 9% of energy savings is coming from photovoltaic panels.
Installed new HVAC systems which contained no CFC-based refrigerants, which thereby reduced the building impacts on the ozone and global warming.
The Conference Hall has been designed to emphasize natural daylight and a visual connection to outdoor environments have been proven to increase occupant well-being and comfort.