The built assets of an RSK major blue-chip, energy-sector client include a number of large administration buildings and associated workshops. In the 1980s, these buildings were planned to be temporary structures only. However, they have been occupied continuously, and this will remain the case for the foreseeable future.
The relative design and age of the buildings and service plant give rise to energy inefficiency, creating high electrical and thermal energy demand and associated costs, compared to the reduced demands/ costs incurred by modern buildings. In addition, conditions inside the buildings in mid-summer and mid-winter produce excessive or insufficient heat, reducing occupant comfort levels.
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