At Vienna BauZ!, a workshop on how "Measuring success, ensuring quality" of building performances

At BauZ! (Vienna Congress for Sustainable Building), the workshop "Measuring success, ensuring quality" will introduce and trigger the discussion on one of the best practices available to guarantee building performances.

At BauZ! (Vienna Congress for Sustainable Building), the workshop "Measuring success, ensuring quality" (“Erfolg messen, Qualität sichern”) will introduce and trigger the discussion on one of the best practices available to guarantee building performances.

 

 

Workshop "Measuring success, ensuring quality", 17/02/2017, 14:00 - 15:30, Room Stolz 1

  • Measured energy performance of two net energy-plus building. Rudolf Bintinger, IBO Vienna.
  • Collaborating for a comprehensive quality optimization of buildings. Herbert Leindecker, FH OÖ, Wels.
  • Digital test rig – Quality management of buildings and technical installations. Jan Mehnert, Technical University Braunschweig.
  • PEAR – Test rig for energy-efficient building automation and regulation. Anita Preisler, teamgmi Vienna. Moderation: Martin Huber, ecoplus

 

Additional information are available on BauZ! website



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