The Enterprise Centre, UEA

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The Enterprise Centre at The University of East Anglia, dubbed by the press as the greenest building in the UK, has been designed and delivered to achieve the Passivhaus standard and a BREEAM outstanding rating. The new university building aims to encourage new sustainable businesses from graduates who emerge from its academic research programme and those involved in activities within the wider Norwich Research Park.
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CO2 emissionsPrimary energy requirement
Energy target
PassivHaus

Energy and fuel use

Fuel use by type
Primary energy requirement
CO2 emissions
Renewables

Measured data from renewable generation is not yet available.

Fuel use

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Renewable energy

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Calculation and targets

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Energy target PassivHaus
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Airtightness

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Project description

StageOccupied
Start date
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Location Norwich Norfolk  England
Build typeNew build
Building sectorCommercial
Property typeDetached
Construction type
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Party wall construction
Floor area 3400
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Building certification  Passivhaus certified building Passivhaus certified building

Project Team

OrganisationUniversity of East Anglia
Project lead person
Landlord or Client
ArchitectArchitype
Mechanical & electrical consultant
Energy consultant
Structural engineer
Quantity surveyor
ConsultantBDP Engineers
ContractorMorgan Sindall

Design strategies

Planned occupancy
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Passive Solar strategy
Space cooling strategy
Daylighting strategy
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Other relevant retrofit strategies
Contextual information

Building services

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Building construction

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