Certificates / Test Reports
Declaration of performance (DOP)
NBT insulates luxury Scottish countryside home
Natural Building Technologies’ (NBT’s) building systems have been used to deliver exceptionally high energy performance and comfort in the construction of a luxury, eight-bedroom holiday home in Perthshire, Scotland, named Alexander House.
NBT insulates 'Outstanding' SucCon
Natural Building Technologies’ (NBT’s) high performance woodfibre insulation systems have been used in the construction of SusCon, a sustainable construction training and research centre. Following a recent BREEAM Education 2008 design stage assessment, the building has been awarded an ‘Outstanding’ rating with a score of 88.85%. This is the highest BREEAM score ever achieved for a UK education building.
Energy-saving renovation of a wooden house in Völs (A)
The scout building in Völs near Innsbruck is a wooden building dating back approximately 30 years which was originally constructed as a site hut for workers' accommodation.The long overdue renovation of the building to meet modern energy standards was completed in the summer of 2010.
Aschach castle mill (Germany)
Aschach castle is in the Saaletal near Bad Bocklet, around eight kilometres from Bad Kissingen. The original medieval castle was built in the 12th century, but this was destroyed in the Peasants' War and subsequently rebuilt by the Prince Bishops of Würzburg. As of 1874, the castle was the seat of the Counts of Luxburg, and in 1955 it was gifted to the district of Lower Franconia.
Zipperle residential property in Merano (l)
The owner's requirements were very precise: The new house in Merano was to provide accommodation for three generations and at the same time satisfy comprehensive ecological criteria. In 2001 the Zipperle family – grandparents, parents and three children – moved into a modern new building, which stands out from the crowd as a result of its special architecture and provides around 240 square metres of living space on two levels.
Residential property near Hamburg (D)
The two-storey KfW40-standard building with residential and other floor space totalling 250 square metres looks rather unimpressive from the outside: A closed façade facing north, with its large glass frontage opening up the building to the south. The special feature of this property in the vicinity of Hamburg is the concept that has been implemented for better residential health.