Environmental energy requalification: Building of the Orthopedic and Traumatology Clinic at the University City
Thesis by Sara Fraioli
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University of Rome "La Sapienza" - Faculty of Architecture "Valle Giulia"
Master's degree and single cycle in Architecture U.E.
Speakers: Ing. F. Mancini, Arch. C. Clemente
Co-rapporteur: Ph.D. E. Carbonara
A.A. 2015 - 2016
The thesis work had as objective the requalification, the increase, the energetic and environmental performance quality of the Institute of Orthopedic and Traumatology Clinic located inside the University City in Rome, a building born in 1935 on Arnaldo's architectural project Foschini.
After a careful archive and bibliographic study, the following intervention hypotheses were formulated:
- on the entire building envelope (in particular on the vertical perimeter walls, with thermographic study - external windows - floor slab - roof slab, in full compliance with the Ministerial Decree of 26 June 2015 - thermal transmittance values and the quality charter of the Rome PRG in force since 2008);
- on the Heating / Cooling system systems, aimed at improving their performance and energy class as well as reducing costs (identification of machines, with their placement - functional system diagram of the current state - new system proposal - new interventions on the existing plant-proposal of photovoltaic technology);
- in addition to an architectural redevelopment project.
The latter provides for the construction of temporary housing and residences for Sapienza students / staff and occasional guests of the Polyclinic in accordance with current legislation (Law 14 November 2000 n.338
from the website of the Ministry of Education, University and Research).
The result was the transition from an energy class G to a class C.