Green Building, also known as green construction or sustainable building, is the practice of creating structures using processes which are environmentally responsible and resource-efficient throughout a building’s life-cycle. EnviroLink has extensive experience and local knowledge of the engineering challenges involved, having developed precise methods that bridge the gap between international standards, proven methods and best practices.
Energy efficiency is a key driving force in meeting environmental and climate goals. EnviroLink works closely with the buildings (residential and commercial) and industries sector to help improve their energy performance, profitability and to reduce carbon footprint.
Then Environmental department of EnviroLink consists of a team of experienced environmental scientists, environmental engineers, waste consultants, GIS analysts and modelling experts. Our teams have successfully completed a variety of environmental projects to date, with excellent feedback from clients and authorities.
Commissioning is the most critical aspect of the development cycle as it ensures that a building is handed over to operate safely, efficiently and in accordance with how the owner intended. EnviroLink follows CIBSE and ASHRAE standards for commissioning and our team of experienced engineers & commissioning managers provide assurance to clients that their building will operate as they intended.
EnviroLink offers a comprehensive suite of Consulting, Implementation & Auditing services for its clients. EnviroLink not only assures its clients a certification, but also the achievement of a management system to discover its true potential in improving processes and performance
Building Air Tightness Testing / Blower Door Testing / Building Air Leakage Testing:
Air Tightness Testing is the recognized method used to measure the total air lost through leaks in the building fabric. The blower door test is a diagnostic tool used to measure the airtightness of a building. The test is important in establishing the energy efficiency of a new building and can identify poor build quality within new developments. With the introduction of tougher regulations, building designs will often consider air tightness early in the construction process to ensure it complies.