Tags: Building Greener Schools, green renovation, LED lighting
Within the Building Greener Schools campaign, a classroom of the Ion Creanga High School in Bucharest benefits from a green renovation with the support of RoGBC and our members.
These days they are installing a lighting system based on LED technology, provided by Zumtobel. Under the “Light for Education and Science” application, Zumtobel will demonstrate how the bright, uniform illumination of both horizontal and vertical surfaces is the basis for optimal visual and learning conditions.
Pictures with the finished classroom will be coming soon.
“Build Greener Schools” is an initiative of the Romania Green Building Council to put all children in schools where they have clean and healthy air to breath, where energy and resources are conserved, and where they can be inspired to dream of a brighter future.
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We are very pleased to present photos from the Christmas party of the Romania Green Building Council dated December 13, 2012 held at the PZP architecture. Thank you to all who were present. We wish you Merry Christmas and a Sustainable New Year!
Tags: Building Greener Schools, ecobiblioteca, Greening-our-Workspace, pzp, RoGBC-Christmas-Party-2012
As it became a tradition every year, on December 13 Romania Green Building Council organized the RoGBC holiday party dedicated to members, partners and friends.
This year the party was organized at PZP Arhitectura HQ – one of the most recent members of the council.
All members, partners and friends of the RoGBC were invited to take part in the event! While enjoying a glass of wine and tasting seasonal goodies, the RoGBC team gave a short summary of the pilot projects developed so far:
– Building Greener Schools campaign and it’s winner – Calnic Middle School that will benefit of a green renovation. The partners of the campaign up to date are: AECOM, Aquarius Grup, CEMS Tehnologii, Cofely Romania, Greenitiative, Saint Gobain, Tassullo. Also, an appeal was initiated to all partners of the organization interested to take part in this project and support sustainable education.
– Renovation project of the RoGBC office – pahse two developed with the help of PZP Arhitectura
– Works status for the ecobiblioteca project
And for all these achievements, Santa Claus sent a gift, ecological of course!, to the Steven Borncamp – President of the RoGBC. The gift, a wooden tie, was made of recovered wood from a windows factory in Targu Mures.
The wonderful Christmas holiday atmosphere was created also by the sound of Christmas carols, Christmas tree and raffle gifts prepared by Greenitiative to support eco – education all Romania’s schools
The second integrated design session of the campaign Building Greener Schools at AECOM office Bucharest, 5 December 2012December 6, 2012 at 4:28 pm | Posted in Building Greener Schools, Green Building Projects | Leave a comment
Tags: Building Greener Schools, Green Building Council, pilot-projects, Sustainable Construction, Sustainable Development
The second meeting of the partners of Building Greener Schools was yesterday, 5 December 2012, at AECOM Bucharest office.
Tags: Building Greener Schools, Energy Efficiency, Green Building, Green Building Projects, pilot-projects, sustainability, Sustainable Construction
Building Greener Schools campaign partners visited the Câlnic school, to establish the first steps to be made in the green renovation of the school.
We present images from Câlnic on TVR Info.
Tags: Building Greener Schools, Calnic Middle School, Energy Efficiency, green buildings, green renovation project, Ministry of Education Romania, news from members, Sustainable Development
On November 28th the first integrated design session, part of the “Building Greener Schools” contest, will take place at the RoGBC office. Our project partners will discuss about the site visit held on November 19th and will start the design, planning and solutions phase.
We will keep you updated with this exciting project!
Pictures from the site visit are available on the RoGBC flickr account: http://www.flickr.com/photos/25003595@N07/sets/72157632110507333/