Our building science consulting services cover the investigation, resolution, and ultimately the prevention of building physics-related defects and damages.
We conduct forensic investigations and provide building diagnostics utilizing in-situ assessment methods, sensor and data logger systems, and employ simulation tools to identify the root of building related issues and provide recommendations for remedial and preventive actions.
We provide building simulation services ranging from thermal, hygro-thermal, lighting, to acoustic performance simulations using dynamic software simulation tools, including Finite Difference Method, Finite Element Analysis, and Boundary Element Analysis applications.
Whether you look for consulting on a single engineering issue, consider optimizing existing designs, or seek assistance in the development of a whole building project from conceptual design through commissioning, we are prepared to come on board of your team.
Building science is an integrated blend of technical disciplines, including physics, chemistry, biology, climatology, and even ecology. It involves understanding everything from molecules and materials to mock-ups and models. [ What Is Building Science, Anyway? | BuildingGreen ]
‘Building science‘ or ‘building physics’ is a broad term that refers to our knowledge of the physical behaviour of buildings and their impact on energy efficiency, comfort, health, safety, durability and so on. It is the application of the principles of physics to the built environment. [ Building science – Designing Buildings ]
Building science is a field of knowledge that draws upon physics, chemistry, engineering, architecture, and the life sciences. Understanding the physical behavior of the building as a system and how this impacts energy efficiency, durability, comfort and indoor air quality is essential to innovating high-performance buildings. [ Building Science Concepts | WBDG – Whole Building…
Building science is the collection of scientific knowledge that focuses on the analysis and control of the physical phenomena affecting buildings.