THE BUILDINGS HAVE BEEN DESIGNED TO COMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENTS FOR ENERGY CLASS B.
The buildings are built on pile foundation.
Monolith reinforced concrete piles will be poured for the posts, on which the structures of the upper floors will be resting.
LOAD-BEARING AND EXTERNAL WALLS
The vertical load-bearing structures on floors 2-4 are walls that are built of concrete hollow blocks. The cavities and joints of the wall blocks are fitted with single rods and then concrete is used. The non-load-bearing exterior walls are built of FIBO blocks.
External walls are insulated, plastered and painted with white and anthracite external wall paint.
The interior walls of the buildings have been designed as a masonry wall made of blocks or walls made of plasterboard on light frame. The choices are made on the basis sound- and fire- proof requirements and standards.
The horizontal load-bearing structures are concrete prestressed hollow core panels. A rigid mineral wool is placed on the panels and a layer of cast moulding is poured of fine concrete, which is reinforced with steel net fine concrete. Floor heating and other necessary pipeline is installed.
The load-bearing part of the roof ceiling is made of hollow panels. The insulation of the roof ceiling rests on hollow panels. A hard mineral wool board with ventilation grooves is placed on it, rolled rubber bitumen material is glued on it for hydro-insulation.
Rainwater drainage is organised through roof wells.
The heat conductivity of the designed windows is U<0,8 W/m²K. The glass packages of the heated rooms have a 3x argon filling.
External doors with low stainless steel door sill that open towards outside.