Energy efficient refurbishment of 6.994m² carried out by Neue Heimat Tirol (NHT) in Fennerstraße & Oswald-Redlichstraße in Innsbruck. Click on the picture above to download the full factsheet and learn how NHT made 84 dwellings more comfortable and energy efficient!
A social housing complex, built in 1940, has been refurbished whilst people were still living in the building. Single stove ovens were exchanged against electric panels, gas heating was maintained where existing from before. A PV-plant on the roof enables some amount of self-supply. Decentralized ventilation systems were implemented in 1/3rd of the flats. In addition, several additional improvements to the building have been incorporated in the refurbishment process, such as new balconies and elevators.
Within 12 weeks (mostly during summer holidays), 14 classes of the primary school Angergasse underwent a major refurbishment process. Measurements related to energy efficiency, general upgrading and accessibility have been implemented. Final work lasted until December 2016. Energy savings of 89 % (heat energy demand) could be achieved.