Skandinaviska Glassystem

SGS hosts 4th H2020 consortium meeting

19 Jun

Skandinaviska Glassystem hosted the fourth consortium meeting between the Q-Air H2020 project partners at 14th and 15th June 2018. The meeting took place in Oslo where in addition to meetings and workshops we also had the chance to visit already completed Q-Air refurbishment project, Wergelandsveien 7.

The partners presented an overview of the work completed to date which has been performed according to plan. This includes amongst others developing larg-size Q-Air glass elements, developing the Q-Air system for refurbishment and analysing the product from a sustainability perspective.

Workshops were also carried out to discuss and plan upcoming activities. To round off the meeting a study visit to Wergelandsveien 7 was done. The project is an office building from the sixties which was renovated with a unitised Q-Air façade system. The renovation resulted in a 60%  reduced energy consumption and considerably improved occupant comfort.

SGS wants to thank all involved partners for a great collaboration and project result so far!

Full project name: Sustainable Prefabricated Glass Façade with Performance Exceeding State-of-the-art Glass Façades. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 737757.

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SGS hosts 4th H2020 consortium meeting

Skandinaviska Glassystem hosted the fourth consortium meeting between the Q-Air H2020 project partners at 14th and 15th June 2018. The meeting took place in Oslo where in addition to meetings and workshops we also had the chance to visit already completed Q-Air refurbishment project, Wergelandsveien 7.

The partners presented an overview of the work completed to date which has been performed according to plan. This includes amongst others developing larg-size Q-Air glass elements, developing the Q-Air system for refurbishment and analysing the product from a sustainability perspective.

Workshops were also carried out to discuss and plan upcoming activities. To round off the meeting a study visit to Wergelandsveien 7 was done. The project is an office building from the sixties which was renovated with a unitised Q-Air façade system. The renovation resulted in a 60%  reduced energy consumption and considerably improved occupant comfort.

SGS wants to thank all involved partners for a great collaboration and project result so far!

Full project name: Sustainable Prefabricated Glass Façade with Performance Exceeding State-of-the-art Glass Façades. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 737757.