Arce Clima not only specializes in the design and implementation of all processes in…
Today, we have the pleasure to interview Alberto Fernandez, Site Manager and Personnel Coordinator for the European installations at Arce Clima. Alberto has established expertise within the company and he is going to tell us about his role in the company and how the sector has evolved throughout the years from the perspective of Arce Clima.
The Reichstag, known also as the Busdestag (German Parliament, it is considered a meeting place with a very long history in which it has not always had crowd approval. Its construction finished in 1984, following a neorenaissance style. However, the building burnt down in 1933 due to an intentional fire which still remains anonymous nowadays. Also, during the Second World War it suffered really severe damages during the Battle of Berlin.
Today, we would like to talk about geothermal energy applied to building climatisation. This type of energy has been already discussed on other occasions. However, if this is the first time you visit our blog, we would like to remind you that geothermics is a Greek word that comes from “geos” (Earth) and “thermos” (heat) which could be translated as “heat released by the Earth”.
We are starting a new section on this blog. Our idea for this series of articles is to present various special buildings located all over the world. Each construction mentioned in this section will be there for a reason and shall be an example of excellence construction wise. Reasons?
Energetic efficiency and sustainability rarely seen in recent times impossible designs perfectly executed or master solutions in the face of challenging projects.