29. November 2012

Harpa rewarded for exilant piping craftsmanship

All the way from 1999 The Icelandic Heating, Ventilating and Sanitary Association has issued a recognition for new constructions in Iceland.

The purpose of the recognitions is to promote quality awareness among those who work in this field, promoting improved methods in piping,
the choice of piping and piping materials. Last but not least the recognition is meant to an incentive be designers and craftsmen to seek higher education in the field of piping.

This year the project Harp received the recognition, in the committee review says that:

"The complete work of all piping in Harpa is good. Availability of all equipment and installations is very accessible,
craftsmen work good. In Harp are nineteen separate ventilation systems that serve different requirements.
Also included are specialized piping systems."
Among those who were recognized.

·Mannvit hf./ Ramboll Group A/S, for piping design
·Ísloft ehf. for making the ventilation system
·ÍAV hf. plumbing department., for plumbing
·Artec Consultants Inc., for acoustics and noise control
·Rafholt. ehf.., for control system
·Iðnaðartækni ehf., for building control system
·Batteríið ehf. og Henning Larsen, for good cooperation in the preparation of piping and ventilation systems.


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