Commercial Ventilation Case Studies
New Zealand case studies of Lossnay ventilation solutions. Swap stale air for fresh... and save on heating. The most effective and energy-efficient way to ventilate your building.
When an old tavern and restaurant facility in the North Island town of New Plymouth was converted to kaupapa Maori health and social service provider Tui Ora, the wellbeing of staff and the community they serve was at the heart of all refurbishment decisions. As a result, 13 Vertical Lossnay Fresh Air Heat Recovery Ventilation systems with intelligent CO2 monitoring were chosen to improve the indoor air quality of the centre’s 30+rooms, without losing valuable heat energy or introducing outdoor noise through open windows.
Large scale office development located on the fringe of the Christchurch CBD, this 5500sqm commercial office precinct development focused on high quality urban design and the creation of a great workplace. The precinct consists of two three-story buildings.
The Clyde Quay Wharf redevelopment complex is built on the existing Clyde Quay Wharf in Wellington, providing 360 degree views of the CBD and surrounding suburbs. The Overseas Passenger Terminal building was demolished to make room for this new retail and luxury apartment building.
Hazeldean Business Park in Christchurch is situated on the former PDL Industries site in Hazeldean Rd. It is a commercial office complex comprising of several multi level buildings supported by a campus style cafeteria facility and multi level car parking building.
The newly built enviro-school is amongst the most technically advanced schools in New Zealand that fully integrates with the surrounding landscape. Set between Lake Wakatipu and The Remarkables, this primary school is situated on one of the most sought after spots in Queenstown.
The Mountaineer is a retail complex building know under this name since 1885.
This very large (10,500m²) facility houses 12-15 indoor netball, basketball, and volleyball courts. The building offices were originally designed using Mitsubishi Electric split systems. However, as the project increased in size the system needed to be adjusted to match.