Building physics consultants
hoofddorpweg1Ymere is renovating a block of flats on the Hoofddorpweg in Amsterdam: the house will be redesigned and provided with thermal insulation and sound insulation. Part of the house must be protected against noise from the busy Hoofddorpweg.

hm blokker a4 01 verkleindBlokker building Hoogstraat 196 in Rotterdam is a municipal (reconstruction) monument. Kraaijvanger-Urbis designed renovation and restoration of the façade. Commissioned by Blokker Holding, Climatic Design Consult advised on building physics, in particular moisture-technical, aspects in the detailing.

Paulus van Vliet developed the first plan for the redevelopment of the Heilig Hartkerk in Utrecht. Commissioned by Geelen Bouw (nowadays PLegt Vos), CDC gave building physics and acoustic advice on the plan of Rokus Visser for the installation of apartments in this former church. The transformation took place in 1999. The complex is now known as the Rosarium.

The work on the Sint Martenshof in Arnhem home is nearing completion. The scaffolding at the rear of the houses on Nijhoffstraat has been removed and the result on that side becomes visible.

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In collaboration with Rothuizen architects and urban planners, we analyze existing installations, comfort complains and energy consumption of the Dutch Reformed Church (Nederlands Hervormde Kerk) in Kapelle. We advise how comfort complaints and gas consumption can be reduced.


Commissioner: College van Kerkrentmeesters Hervormde gemeente Kapelle
Architect: Rothuizen architecten stedenbouwkundigen
Consultant building physics: CDC

Architects office Ruud Visser designed together with Peter Boer a dwelling in a former Norwegian church at the river Rotte in Rotterdam. ArchitectuurNL published the result in #02/2011. Climatic Design Consult advised the conditioning concept and building physics.
foto: René de Wit

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The Executive Board of the Technical University Delft has decided BK City to be maintained as permanent housing for the faculty of architecture and the built environment. For a sustainable future the faculty has initiated the project BK City SLIM; development of a sensational sustainable building with high standard architecture taking into account the monumental values of the existing building.