To create a campus for learning and interaction between students and faculty, in line with the best practices globally, and, to create a template for highly energy efficient building construction, Design for flexibility of space usage and adaptability for future growth.
Building designed for formal and informal coaching, mentoring and training to civil service aspirants.
Building designed around an all weather atrium space.
Informal interaction and activity planned around the atrium, the first building on campus to have a student centric all weather space.
Passive Heating & Lighting:
Atrium used as a passive heating device for the building.
Windows designed strategically, to provide diffused natural light, zero artificial lighting during day time.
Use of BIM for construction documentation:
Despite being a difficult to reach place, with its own peculiarities, the building was successfully built, using local contractor teams, by the use of BIM.
Since all the building design details, elements and components were modeled and coordinated using BIM, the contractors were able to prep fabricate and erect the components without running into fouling and difficulties. The 3D imagery and live models allowed them to “walk” through the building and understand each component, including the erection sequence for a well oiled project schedule.
PEB Steel & Masonry Structure:
The entire structure of the building including the façade panels, insulated roofing and beams/columns are made from factory fabricated steel.
The interior partitioning of the building is also made from dry walls, insulated with glass wool.
High Performance Atrium Glazing:
Highly insulated building, resulting in low temperature fluctuations and low usage of electrical energy for heating or cooling.
Passive heating technology, and natural ventilation during summer, Low energy operation.
Mohd. Amin Nayyar, Sitaram Gupta, Ritesh Kashyap, Somjit Sahni, Devender Thakur, Savita Khanna, Purshottam, Varun, Manoj Mondal, Vinod.