Specialist Energy Modelling

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Building energy modelling is a powerful tool to optimize a buildings form, envelope and systems to inform operation.

It supports an integrated design process to enable the best possible outcomes for project stakeholders. Quantifying building performance helps to maximise the return of investment from improved efficiency, integrated systems and renewable energy components.

WME’s expertise in energy modelling is used throughout the design process to provide scientific evidence to make data-driven design decisions. We address strategies in a hierarchical order to reflect their effectiveness by reducing energy use at the source, propose efficient and renewable energy systems to offset carbon emissions. Iterative dynamic simulations are performed within the context of a site to enhance thermal conditions and maximise comfort.

We perform compliance modelling to ensure projects meet relevant energy codes and local authority requirements. Daylight studies are also performed at initial design stages to reduce reliance on artificial lighting and maximize visual comfort.

Modelling services offered by WME Team:

  • Dynamic Thermal Modelling Studies
  • Part L compliance modelling for UK Building Regs
  • ASHRAE 90.1 PRM 2016 assessment for LEED certification
  • Comfort Studies
  • CIBSE TM 52 and 59 Overheating Studies
  • Daylight Studies using Radiance engine

WME’s holistic approach enables projects to achieve considerable savings and develop the optimum design solution.

Recent Global Projects

Dubai Hills Business Park

WME engineered a fast-track shell and core business park development for Emaar’s Dubai Hills project in the UAE.

Saffron Restaurant

WME carried out building services and Architect of Record services for the refurbishment of the Saffron Restaurant.

Commerz lll

The project is very large and our client is naturally focused on keeping control of costs. We undertook thorough cost reviews during the options assessment phase