Area in Sq.m
3.5 Million
energy saving
68 Million KWh
carbon saving
40 Million KgCo2e
water saving
68 Million Km3

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Throughout the 20th century, a large percentage of buildings were constructed completely dependent on fossil fuels. Rather than focusing on energy efficiency, architects and engineers were more concerned with experimenting with “new materials and structural forms” to further aesthetic ideals. Now in the 21st century, building energy performance standards are pushing towards a zero carbon standard in old and new buildings alike. The threat of global change and the need for energy independence and sustainability has prompted governments across the globe to adopt firm carbon reducing standards. A significant way to meet these stringent standards is in the construction of buildings that minimize environmental impacts, as well as the refurbishing of older buildings to meet carbon emission standards. The application of building engineering physics can aid in this transition to reduce energy dependent buildings, provide for the demands of a growing population and better standard of living.


Building Physics Services

ECOBUILD's engineering physics department combines the existing professions of building services engineering, applied physics and building construction engineering into a single field designed to investigate the energy efficiency of old and new buildings. The application of building engineering physics allows the construction and renovation of high performance, energy efficient buildings, while minimizing their environmental impacts.

Our building engineering physics service addresses several different areas in building performance including: air movement, thermal performance, control of moisture, ambient energy, acoustics, light, climate and biology. Our specialists and designers employ creative ways of manipulating these principal aspects of a building’s indoor and outdoor environments so that a more eco-friendly standard of living is obtained.

Our building engineering physics services cover:

" Building physics not only addresses energy efficiency and building sustainability, but also a building's internal environment conditions that affect the comfort and performance levels of its occupants. "


A carbon footprint analysis, also known as a greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions assessment, evaluates the greenhouse gas emissions caused by the manufacture of a product or any given activity that contributes to global warming. these analysisinvolves the evaluation of environmental impacts, energy consumption, GHG emissions and water consumption attributable to a product, package or facility operation.

Climate comfort analysis involves presentation
of the annual patterns of the main climatic factors
affecting human comfort and the thermal performance of buildings in various forms, such asthe local temperatures, humidity,wind speed, cloudiness, etc., as well as bio climaticconditions.

These analysis are fruitful during preliminary design stage ,helps in designing the building in optimum orientation to get the optimum fromtheclimatic conditions ; solar, wind,..etc.

Energy Modeling is a decision-support tool to assist the project team in making informed decisions about the options, implications and benefits of various aspects of the building design in order to achieve a minimum level of energy efficiency.
Energy simulation allows the project team to estimate the annual energy consumption for the building and compare it against baseline . Project team can utilize performance pathway (energy model) to avoid higher CAPEX.
renewable energy ANALYSIS

PV analysis provide the annual yield of energy generation from solar PV. It helps in decision making with regards to PV panel orientation and modules of PV panel.

Solar heating analysis provide the estimate of annual energy consumption which can be
reduced for hot water consumption by using solar water heater.

Shading analysis is utilized to increase outdoor thermal comfort during transition months and reduce thermal discomfort during summer months in public spaces and walkways by providing shading. The Preliminary shading analysis allow the building to be oriented in correct orientation to utilize the shade available from building massing. The project team might reduce CAPEX on artificial shading structure due to preliminary shading analysis.
Daylight analysis are used to control admission of natural light, direct sunlight, and diffused-skylight into the building to reduce electric lighting and saving energy. The analysis evaluates the percentage of regularly occupied area which can achieve minimum Lux level from natural light.

Daylight Glare Probability (DGP) is a new metric for evaluating glare whichImproves the correlation with user assessments.


The light pollution analysis helps in selecting correct Light fixture at the correct location which
helps in the reduction of night time light pollution and its associated impacts on human and ecological health.
These analysis evaluates the angle of maximum candela from each interior luminaire, as positioned in the building, which must not exit through the

Photometric Analysis

Whether you want to make sure there is an adequate amount of light at workstations in an office, or need to get a precise look at the light distribution of a spot light or wall washer along the outside of a building, a basic photometric analysis of your space will provide detailed information on light levels, beam spread, etc. These analyses are a great way to view a proposed lighting solution and the light output over a given area.

Combined glazing and frame thermal analysis provides the overall weighted average U value for Glazing and Frame as per ISO 10077.  The calculation are requirement as per Estidama, LEED and other green rating systems for compliance against energy credits.
viewS analysis

Views analysis is performed to provide building occupants with a visual connection to the outdoors. These analysis evaluate the occupied area which can have direct line of sight to the outside through vision glazing.

Building Acoustics 

Building acoustics is the science of controlling noise in buildings. This includes the minimisation of noise transmission from one space to another and the control of the characteristics of sound within spaces themselves.
Building acoustics are an important consideration in the design, operation and construction of most buildings, and can have a significant impact on health and wellbeing, communication and productivity. 

The building envelope itself is a very complex system. Lack of airtight building envelope would eventually increase the demand of energy to “cool” the building. The leaky buildings are also prone to moisture intrusion.

Under this service, building envelope or an enclosure contained within the building are tested to measure the air leakage through the building façade.

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