Concrete hollow core slabs are strategically placed between the floors and ceilings in order to facilitate the principle of thermal mass in which naturally occurring heating and cooling is captured, stored and released on demand.
Tilt up Construction was used for the project.
No perimeter heating required.
These radiant hollow core panels are naturally able to retain heat and cool energy (a process known as “thermal storage”) to be released upon demand.
Our hybrid system entails a combination of “smart floors and ceilings” linked with significantly smaller off-the-shelf HVAC equipment to produce a sustainable building solution.
Executive board room.