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Transformation of school building to dwellings in Tilburg, the Netherlands

​(geo-cluster West Europe)

 

This project is no longer available. Instead, the Liduina Monastery in Tilburg, the Netherlands proceeds with deep renovation plans within P2ENDURE 

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The school building will be transformed into 6 dwelling units based on collective self-organised housing (CSO) principle, which is an owner-occupied development in collaboration with a housing association. 
Replication potential is high: The current building is owned by municipality which aims to explore potential for reuse of existing building and urban condensing of inner city.​

​​Current situation:

Dutch energy label 'F'. Energy savings after deep renovation: Zero energy consumption on the supply meter on yearly basis.

​​Building morphology:

Brick walls, concrete uninsulated floors, wooden roof. One layer building well-suited for prefabricated rooftop extension.

​​Prefab deep renovation solutions:

Adding prefabricated facade elements, prefabricated lightweight rooftop extension, prefabricated integrated installation, smart flexible insulating floor with accessible ducts.

Potential cost reduction in large series (upscaling) is 10-15%. Cost savings with comparable new zero energy housing is about 20%. Traditional building time for this type of new housing is 11 months. Building time of roof-top extension dwelling is 2 days. Planned building time for transformation with implementation of all innovations is 5 months. 

Thermal imaging

   

3D Model of the building in Tilburg

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Dr. Rizal Sebastian
DEMO Consultants B.V.
Address
Delftechpark 10, 2628 XH Delft
The Netherlands
Contact
E: rizal@demobv.nl
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T his project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020
research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 723391.