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​​​​​​D1.1: Sets of PnP prefab components for building envelopes​


P2ENDURE promotes evidence-based innovative solutions for deep renovation based on prefabricated plug and play (PnP) systems. The primary objective of this deliverable report is to provide a critical review of the novel PnP prefab components and systems for deep renovation of building envelopes.

The following PnP technological solutions have been selected to ensure the achievement of the project’s goals:

  • FC multifunctional panel
  • EASEE multifunctional panel
  • Smart window
  • Rooftop retrofitting
  • Folding balcony (commercial product)

The present document describes the work done within task T1.1 and zooms in on the examination of the above mentioned PnP prefab components along with the manufacturing and installation techniques. In the context of the task’s objective of optimisation of the solutions, the report addresses also the suitability and possible implementation of these technologies in the renovation process of the demonstration cases.

In addition, the initial performance criteria and requirements in relation to energy, material use, and costs and an optimisation plan for each product are examined. The on-site assembly procedures are also described and preliminary implementation plans for some of the demonstration sites have already been identified.

Based on the requirements pointed out by the building owners during the Technical Workshop in Warsaw, PL on 31 Jan. – 2 Feb. 2017, further follow-up actions will be addressed in the course of the project in order to meet the end-users expectations. The next steps are the creation of BIM models of the proposed products and subsequently, working on a more detailed planning of the assembly process. The combination of these renovation solutions will be analysed within the concept of integrated packages, which will be extensively addressed within D1.2 due at month 36 (August 2019).


André van Delft
DEMO Consultants B.V.
Delftechpark 10, 2628 XH Delft
The Netherlands
T his project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020
research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 723391.