The building has been designed to be in energy class B when in standard use.
The building will be built on pile foundation. Monolith purlins made of reinforced concrete will be cast on top of posts and that will hold the constructions of the above floors.
Loadbearing- and external walls
On floors 2 to 4, the internal vertical supporting construction consists of walls made of hollow concrete blocks. The hollows and joints of the wall blocks are reinforced with single rods and concreted.
The outer walls are built of 3-layer reinforced concrete panels. The basement floor of the building will be painted with exterior wall paint in anthracite shade.
The non-bearing walls of the building are designed as brickwork of blocks or with walls made of drywall set on on lightweight frames. Choices are made, considering the needed soundproofness and fire resistance and are based on requirements and standards.
The horizontal supporting structures are prestressed hollow concrete panels. Rigid mineral wool will be placed on the panels and an overcoat made of fine concrete and reinforced with steel mesh is cast.
The bearing part of the combined roof is made of hollow panels. The insulation of the combined roof is set on top of the hollow panels. On top of it will be placed a hard mineral wool board that will have rubber bitumen roll material glued on it for waterproofing.
The rainwater runoff is organized through roof wells.
The heat conduction of the designed windows is U<0,8 W/m²K. The glas packets in heated rooms have a triple argon filling.