The foundations of the buildings are built as a pile foundation. On the surface, the first floor’s floor will be built on a compacted fill and leveling layer and 200 mm polystyrene foam as 220 mm monolithic concrete floor tile.
The outer walls of the building will be constructed as a hollow concrete block (190 mm) for the terraced house and as prefabricated reinforced concrete walls (150 mm-180 mm) for the tower house, which will be insulated with 140 mm PIR insulation. The exterior finish is made of cement fiberboards and wood boards. The main volume of the buildings is covered with a cement fiber facade slab. Fine sawn wood boards are used in the niches adjacent to the openings.
The roofs of the building will be constructed as flat roofs. The roof of the building rests on 220 mm r/b panels. It is insulated with 450 mm polystyrene foam board and 30 mm ventilated mineral wool board and is covered with 2x roller roofing SBS. Roof ramps are constructed with ramp cut insulation.
The inserted ceilings are constructed of 220 hollow core panels. The panels are topped with 80 mm polystyrene foam insulation and cast with 80 r/b molding, which is spaced apart with insulation strips to compensate for volume expansions and improve sound insulation.
The load-bearing internal walls are made in the terraced house similar to the exterior walls, as a hollow concrete block and in the tower house prefabricated reinforced concrete panels. In spots, the walls are covered with plasterboard to prevent cracks from joining the lightweight wall. The walls in the tower house between the elevator shaft and the apartment are additionally insulated with air gap and mineral wool to prevent airborne noise from being transferred from the elevator into the apartment. Non-loadbearing frame walls are made of the metal frame, insulated with mineral wool, covered with building boards on both sides and finished. According to the interior design solutions, lightweight metal frame walls, if necessary, are fitted with particle boards under the building board to facilitate the attachment of furniture to be hung on the wall.
The balconies are covered with PVC-roofing in the tower house, and with wooden terrace boards in the terraced house. The balcony railings have the height of 1000 mm (from the floor of the apartment).
The windows are made as energy-efficient PVC windows with one frame and 3x glazing, opening inwards. Insulating glass units with different sun protection factors are used in different facades of the building in order to reduce the risk of overheating and at the same time to ensure reasonable transparency and winter energy efficiency.
The main entrance glass facade and its glazed front door have an aluminium profile. Thresholds for first-floor public doors are made up to a maximum height of 20 mm to allow wheelchair access.
The doors of the apartments opening to the stairwells are made of fireproof veneer or as laminated flush doors, the solution of which will be specified in the interior design project.
The stairway entrances are equipped with a chip access system. The tower house and the apartments on the 3rd floor of the terraced house have a videophone system.
In the tower house there is and elevator.
The building’s heat supply is based on district heating. The tower house has radiator heating and electric heating in sanitary premises. The terraced house has water underfloor heating throughout the dwellings.
Water, heating and electricity consumptios are measured with remote meters.
The buildings have a house-based central ventilation system.
The electricity meters for apartments are located in the special room. Each apartment has an electrical switchboard. Sockets and switches are installed and recessed LED luminaires are installed in the sanitary rooms and in the suspended ceiling of the hallway.
The apartments have optical data cables. Data plugs are provided with each TV viewing position.
According to the initial data, the energy efficiency of the building is 125 kWh/m2*a for the terraced house and 122 kWh/m2*a for the tower house. This ensures that buildings are class B energy efficient.
Sorted waste will be collected at the property in deep containers next to the driveway, which will be emptied in accordance with the owner’s contracts with the waste company. Containers for mixed municipal waste, paper waste, packaging waste, and biodegradable waste shall be installed on the property for separate collection of municipal waste.