On my way to the hotel from the airport the taxi driver told me that I was lucky because the day before there had been terrible weather and lots of wind forcing planes try to land several times before making a proper touchdown. So happy about that, thank you! Don’t want to be traumatized for [...]
For once I plan not to sit through a Swegon Air Academy seminar in Lyon on 22 February 2013. I know the first speaker Frank Hovorka well and we have had many good discussion on his views and ideas on how to get the best value out of buildings by ensuring high quality to protect [...]
Swegon Air Academy seminar on February 22 was totally an event about health in buildings and added-value in buildings´ impovement! You can find the PDF versions of all presentations from our lecturers Frank Hovorka and Suzanne Deoux on our website for download in Download! Or simply search through our Previous seminars [...]
Swegon Air Academy in Tallinn on renovation of multi-residential buildings – Part 3: We only get ONE chance to do this right!Jan 15, 2013
This article is a final part of three articles about Swedish experiences with renovation of multi-residential buildings and the application of the right measures at the right time. Åsa Wahlström has presented her research and practical experiences in Tallinn on November 22 about multi-residential buildings in Sweden. And here is the final message from Åsa.
In Turkish language, the Kasim Journal have published a nice summary of Swegon Air Academy seminars in Istanbul and Ankara in September 2012. Go to About us and read in Articles about us in the media.
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Swegon Air Academy in Tallinn on renovation of multi-residential buildings – Part 2: The right application of renovation measures is the key!Dec 6, 2012
Application of renovation measures lower the lifecycle costs in time and the most beneficial investments are seen as a package of measures. Adding more measures will increase costs and therefore the lifecycle cost will increase, and thus, the renovation measures will not be so much profitable. In Sweden, the major step is to keep the district [...]
Swegon Air Academy in Tallinn on renovation of multi-residential buildings – Part 1: Unused carbon quota goes to energy efficiency improvements in buildings in Estonia!Dec 4, 2012
Swegon Air Academy seminar took the place on November 22 in Tallinn, Estonia. And it was all about renovation possibilities in multi-residential buildings. Åsa Wahlström shared her experiences with Swedish situation and what kind of measures can be applied in energy-efficient and cost-effective way in Swedish multi-residential buildings. And this topic was right on the [...]
Swegon Air Academy seminars in Malmö, Gothenburg and Stockholm, had an unusual concept focusing on connection between what is happening in current multi-residential buildings and what aspects need to be considered including energy legislation requirements, health issues and potential energy savings. The seminars were held as presentations and debate with the audiences! And here are [...]
Swegon Air Academy seminar on November 23 was totally an event about health in buildings and added-value in buildings´ impovement! You can find the PDF versions of all presentations from our lecturers Frank Hovorka and Suzanne Deoux on our website for download in Presentations from seminars in 2012! Or simply search through [...]
Swegon Air Academy seminar on November 22 was totally an event about renovation of multi-residential buildings and energy monitoring with impact on building legislation! You can find the PDF versions of all presentations from our lecturers Ian Knight, Åsa Wahlström and Targo Kalamees on our website for download in Presentations from [...]