Technology company Simac is building its new Belgian headquarters at Haasrode Research Park. The new building has a surface area of 3,500 square meters, provides workspace for 140 employees and is particularly environmentally friendly.
Eric van Schagen, CEO Simac Techniek NV:
"Simac attaches great importance to sustainability and corporate social responsibility. This explains the many environmental measures we are taking for our new headquartes in Belgium."
It goes without saying that this new building uses the most advanced techniques, such as Mymesh, powered by Simac. In collaboration with Trilux Belgium, the new headquarters will be equipped with Mymesh 3: Smart Lighting & Sensoring Advanced Climate. Mymesh 3 is an automatic lighting control system for general lighting, based on motion detection and daylight control. It also provides extensive sensor data for adjustment of the climate systems via the building management system (a Priva system). Control is fully automatic and based on temperature and occupancy.
At Simac’s new headquarters, Mymesh 3 will be integrated into the luminaires for complete lighting control of the ground floor, first floor and car park. All offices are equipped with extensive sensor technology for light and climate control, measuring presence and number of occupants, room temperature, relative humidity, noise levels and much more. All thanks to Mymesh’s TriSensors.
The building was designed by Architects in Motion and the main contractor is Vanhout. The electrical and mechanical installers are EL Systems and Theo Boons respectively. Installation consultant Vörtgang and lighting manufacturer Trilux were also involved.