CLIMATE SYSTEMS IN BUILDINGS
AND FIRE SAFETY ENGINEERING
STUDYING THE PHYSICAL BEHAVIOUR OF BUILDINGS
Engineering brings together research into design and development, installation and construction projects, which are often site-specific and specialised, in order to optimise the technical and economic choices made when constructing a building. Construction follows modelling of the work and the effects of environmental phenomena, and simulation of the effects of the methods employed.
Today, in addition to know-how which is recognised by all the natural ventilation and smoke exhaust players, Souchier, which specialises in natural smoke ventilation systems, servo-control and facade openings, is extending its field of expertise with the establishment of SOUCHIER ENGINEERING.
This new Division, which will play a major role in the area of climate systems in buildings and fire engineering, will use its comprehensive expertise to provide “turnkey” solutions having first analysed the issues raised by existing buildings or construction projects. This expertise is backed up by the use of the best performing simulation software in each field.
Engineering services may be provided to upgrade existing buildings and construction projects.
Research may be carried out for various purposes:
To review the behaviour of a building and existing systems
To evaluate the efficiency of existing systems
Research for modification and optimisation in an existing building
Research to support a project: supporting design and development