Academiestraat – Ghent

Client:  3D Invest Period:  2011 – 2014 Team:  Robbrecht en Daem architecten, architecten Tania Van Den Bussche en Els Claessens, Dierendonckblancke architects, MJ Van Hee Architecten, VK Group, 3E, 3D Real Estate, Van Roey Vastgoed, etc. Work The current fire department and academy site is a fascinating challenge in the area of sustainability due to[…]

Town Hall of Hasselt design support – Hasselt

© Jaspers-Eyers Architects Client:  Democo Group Period:  2015 – 2016 Work 3E provided specific technical support to the Democo Group relating to the problem of private cables for photovoltaic production (in consultation with Infrax), energy performance requirements, BREEAM certification, etc. The structural work for the new Town Hall of Hasselt must be completed by the[…]

Oude Dokken – Ghent

  Client:  AG Stadsontwikkelingsbedrijf Gent Period:  2009 – 2013 Size:  ca. 45 ha Work The city of Ghent acquired the former docksides near the Dampoort railway station in view of redevelopment. 3E was contracted by the city to contribute to the site masterplan for the site reconversion, being developed by OMA, an urban planners’ office.[…]

Brussels Regional Parliament – Brussels

  Client:  Brussels Regional Parliament Period:  2009 – 2013 Size:  1.800 m² Team:  Skope, 3E, Grontmij, Pirnay, Jacques Delens Work This new construction is an office building adjacent to the Brussels Regional Parliament in the historical centre of Brussels. The building was designed by the architect firm Cooparch, with a double transparent envelope on almost[…]

COZEB I, II & III – Cost-optimal energy performance levels for Wallonia

  Period:  2012 – 2013 (COZEB I), 2013 – 2015 (COZEB II), 2016 – present (COZEB III) Client:  SPW-DGO4 Work Following a comprehensive study performed by 3E (in collaboration with ULg and UMons), the consortium recently analysed cost-effective energy renovation strategies for Walloon real estate (houses, apartment buildings, offices…) (COZEB II). The aim was to[…]

New EPB requirements and methodology for non-residential buildings as of 2017

  Client:  Flemish Energy Agency (VEA) Period:  January – September 2016 Team:  3E, Thomas More, Bauphi, WTCB Work When considering today’s building permit applications for non-residential buildings in Belgium, only offices and schools are currently subject to primary energy requirements. Other specific non-residential building types (the so called ASB) are not covered by primary energy[…]

A Guide for Nearly Zero Energy Buildings

  Client:  Vlaams EnergieAgentschap (VEA) Period:  2014 Team: 3E, Visuality Work Nearly Zero Energy Buildings (NZEB) have a very high energy performance and use a very limited amount of primary energy for heating, cooling, sanitary hot water (in housing sector), lighting (in office buildings) and ventilation. The nearly zero or very low amount of energy required[…]

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How to become an NZEB expert?

  Period:  2015 – present Team:  DMI Vastgoed, Louis De Waele, CORES Development, Willemen Real Estate Work In order to stay ahead of the new strict energetic regulations towards 2020, real estate developers need to consolidate their business model and make the difference on the market. With that in mind and by focusing on the[…]

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Future EPB requirements for residential buildings

  Client:  Vlaams Energieagentschap (VEA) Period:  2014 – 2015 Team:  3E, Ugent, Th!nk E and TriZone Work 3E (in collaboration with Ugent, Th!nk E and Tri.zone) made a proposal for a new building envelope indicator and a new normalisation of the primary energy-indicator. The study was commissioned by the Flemish Energy Agency (VEA) in close[…]