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Integrated delivers innovative strategies across a variety of markets and disciplines - all supporting meaningful and sustainable change in the built environment

 

OUR SERVICES INCLUDE:

 

SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION

ENERGY MODELING AND SIMULATION

OPERATIONS ANALYSIS AND BUILDING OPTIMIZATION

SUSTAINABLE BUILDING STRATEGIES

 

 

LEED® COMPLIANCE + ENERGY MODELING

 

Western Metro, Line 3

Architect: Omrania

Client: ArRiyadh New Mobility

*project done  partnership with Core GBC

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Located in the new King Abdullah Financial District in Riyadh, the Conference Center is designed as an extension of the angular desert landscape, and its organic profile and faceted skin stitch together the building and the adjacent terrain

 

LEED® COMPLIANCE + ENERGY MODELING

 

Conference Center, KAFD

Architect: SOM - Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Client: Rayadah Investment Corporation

 

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Located in the new King Abdullah Financial District in Riyadh, the Conference Center is designed as an extension of the angular desert landscape, and its organic profile and faceted skin stitch together the building and the adjacent terrain

LEED® COMPLIANCE + ENERGY MODELING

 

Qasr Al Hukum Metro

Architect: Snøhetta

Client:ArRiyadh New Mobility

 

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Building upon the principles of sustainability, the station highlights a new consciousness of this generation, to build a future that recognizes the value of natural resources and its important role in urban regeneration, based upon the principals of sustainable urbanism.

 

 

SUSTAINABLE STRATEGIES +  LEED® COMMISSIONING

 

King Abdullah Financial District; the largest 'green' project in the world.

Client: Saudi Bin Ladin Group

 

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The King Abdullah Financial District (KAFD) is a new development under construction near King Fahad Road in the Asahafa area of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia being undertaken by the Rayadah Investment Corporation on behalf of the Pension Authority of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, consisting of 59 towers in an area of 1.6 million square metres. It will provide more than 3 million square metres of space for various uses, 62,000 parking spaces and accommodation for 12,000 residents. The project was master planned with as car-free a design as possible with a pedestrian centered corridor and light rail transit connecting the site.

 

The project involved sustainable advisory and coordination between 15 international design teams, 30 unique buildings types, the contractor (SBG), manufacturers and the Green Building Certification Institute.

 

All phases of the project were required to achieve LEED certification with the USGBC under LEED 2009. In 2011 it was the largest project in the world seeking green building accreditation. The project is estimated to cost 29 billion Saudi riyals ($7.8 billion).

LEED® COMPLIANCE + ENERGY MODELING

 

GEM BUILDING

Architect: Henning Larsen

Client:Al Ra'idah Investment Company (RIC)

 

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The Gem Building is a unique small-scale landmark surrounded by large buildings in King Abdullah Financial District. The size of the building is adapted to human scale and its crystalline form and faceted facades enhance its quality as a shining beacon.

 

LEED® COMPLIANCE + ENERGY MODELING

 

Grand Mosque, KAFD

Architect: Omrania

Client: Al Ra'idah Investment Company (RIC)

 

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The Grand Mosque in Riyadh’s King Abdullah Financial District has been designed with an array of innovative sustainability features that will render it both energy and water efficient, as well as promoting sustainable practices

 

Carbon Management Study

 

GHG Study for Riyadh Metro Project Orange Line 3

Client: ArRiyadh New Mobility

 

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ArRiyadh New Mobility (ANM) is committed to minimizing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. To support this commitment, ANM commissioned a study to estimate, reporting and minimize GHG emissions for all of  key stages of construction that were found to contribute significantly to the overall emissions.

 

 

LEED® COMPLIANCE + ENERGY MODELING

 

The Cloud

Architect: Worksbureau

Client: Saudi Bin Ladin Group

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Occupying a prominent prow site within the King Abdullah Financial District of Riyadh, the Cloud mixed-use building takes a strong position as an urban connector and as a socially and environmentally proactive citizen. Composed of a five-story office block and a fifteen story residential tower linked buy the ‘soft tissue’ of its two-story retail podium, the major masses bracket a semicircular public garden at ground floor and a second floor resident’s garden, both tucked under a great shade canopy that soars overhead.

 

 

 

LEED® COMPLIANCE + ENERGY MODELING

 

Muqarnas

Architect: SOM

Client: Saudi Bin Ladin Group

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Muqarnas Tower will be located in the King Abdullah Financial District (KAFD), a new development in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Totaling more than three million square meters, the district will include commercial, residential, retail, institutional, and cultural components. The design of this 70,000-square-meter office tower honors the parameters established by the master plan to create a distinct statement on the KAFD skyline.

 

 

Carbon Management Study

 

Villas in the Sky

Architect: Henning Larsen

Client: Saudi Bin Ladin Group

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’Villas in the Sky’ is a mixed-use 34-storey tower placed at a unique location in the King Abdullah Financial District in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Situated as one of the last buildings in the green thoroughfare, the Wadi, and in a transition zone between the public square and the Wadi, the tower will become a strong local landmark. The form imitates the structural ideal of a high-rise building. It is a polygon with four equal sides allowing for very flexible spaces. The shifted upper plates create a jagged facade that visually differentiates the various programmes in the mixed-use building.

 

 

 

LEED® COMPLIANCE + ENERGY MODELING

 

WORLD TRADE CENTER, KAFD

Architect: Gensler

Client: Saudi Bin Ladin Group

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The World Trade Center is the second tallest tower situated within the King Abdullah Financial District cluster.  Envisioned by Gensler as an iconic architectural landmark and gateway for international trade, the super-tall tower is differentiated by its positioning to attract small to medium sized tenants requiring the prestige and facilities normally associated with global headquarters. In doing so Gensler created the ‘Vertical Wadi’; a formal and organizational spine that linked the tenants and created a living environment at the heart of the tower.

 

 

 

LEED® COMPLIANCE + ENERGY MODELING

 

Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Bank

Architect: Gensler

Client: Saudi Bin Ladin Group

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This headquarters building promises state-of-the-art office and amenity space in the heart of the city’s new financial center, the King Abdullah Financial District (KAFD). Intended as the home of the newly formed GCC Bank, the region’s governing financial institution, the tower’s timeless architectural design is tailored specifically in response to contemporary workplace demands and environmental requirements. Clad in a distinctive copper and stainless steel shell, the building’s exterior projects an elegant aesthetic while protecting occupants from intense solar gain.

 

LEED® COMPLIANCE + ENERGY MODELING

 

HILAL TOWER

Architect: Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill

Client: Saudi Bin Ladin Group

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The design of Hilal Tower, a 32-story, 138-meter-tall mixed-use tower that accommodates offi ce, residential and retail functions, is informed by its prominent site within the King Abdullah Financial District master plan. Hilal Tower’s other sustainability features include a locally manufactured stone-and-glass exterior wall system that uses shading elements and high thermal mass, solar hot water cells (which provide hot water for the residences) and water conservation systems that collect and re-use greywater for landscape irrigation. The building’s overall energy performance will be about 44 percent above ASHRAE standards

 

 

 

LEED® COMPLIANCE + ENERGY MODELING

 

CRYSTAL TOWERS

Architect: Henning Larsen

Client: Saudi Bin Ladin Group

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Due to massive solar exposure in the desert climate, recessed, scaled, crystalline apertures are calculated to minimize solar heat gain and associated cooling requirements while optimizing views to the surrounding plaza and landscape. To root the building in the region and contribute to a sustainable approach, a light local stone cladding with a long lifetime and low maintenance costs has been used. The project is designed to achieve LEED Certification upon completion of construction.

 

 

LEED® COMPLIANCE + ENERGY MODELING

 

Hotel Intercontinental

Architect: Foster and Partners

Client: Saudi Bin Ladin Group

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The project provides a high performance facade with low g and u-values. The walls and roof are highly insulated to minimise conductive heat gain and heat loss in winter and the construction is designed to a high standard of air tightness. Centralised AHUs provide per-conditioned fresh air at rates in accordance with ASHRAE 62.1 baseline requirements. The AHUs have high efficiency fans and run around coils provide heat recovery between the supply air and the exhaust air from bathrooms. Space cooling is provided by high efficiency fan coil units, served with chilled water from the district cooling system. Domestic hot water is provided by high efficiency electric water heaters. Lighting power densities (LPD) are designed to be at least 20% below the ASHRAE 90.1 baseline and a combination of presence detectors and daylight dimming allows further reduction in lighting energy consumption.

 

 

LEED® COMPLIANCE + ENERGY MODELING

 

Vertical Medina

Architect: FX Fowle

Client: Saudi Bin Ladin Group

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Vertical Medina contains approximately 94,000 square meters of mixed used development, including space for offices, residences, retail and parking. It is located near the center of the KAFD development in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The building’s design responds to the shape of the site, and outdoor terraces incorporate landscaping throughout. Sky walks connect the development to adjacent parcels, including 5.03, 5.06, 5.07, 5.08 and the a.07 attractor. The KAFD monorail runs along the front of the building.

 

 

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