“The green building”
With Troll, Hinna Park launched a new district of energy-saving commercial buildings with a view to creating workplaces and business in green surroundings. Commercial buildings that promote positive energy also create dynamics for good business. The building is named after the final and largest Condeep constructed in Jåttåvågen in 1995. Condeep production began in 1973 and to many people it epitomises the North Sea oil industry. Troll is the first private pilot project in Fremtidens Byer (“towns of the future”) in Stavanger, and was built to conform to Energy Class A, as a passive house attracting an Enova subsidy.
This was achieve by means of:
compact building carcase
low infiltration in the facades
balanced ventilation with rotating regenerator
heat pumps based on CO2 combined with energy buffering in underground car parks
rooftop solar collector
The building comprises two building carcases, one with five storeys and the other with eight. These are linked via a mid-section that extends through the bottom three storeys.
Customized buildings; high degree of flexibility
The area has its own service and operating solution
Positive business cluster
Proximity to schools, kindergartens and recreation areas
Shopping, cultural activities and services
Wide choice of car parks.
Other transport options:
Several bus stops (40 buses per hour in the rush-hours)
Local railway station (8 trains per hour in the rush-hours)