Therme MEP is the dedicated MEP (mechanical, electrical and public health) building services design company of Therme Group.
Guided by research and innovation, Therme MEP uses advanced technological processes to ensure that water and energy consumption are carefully considered across the entire life cycle of all Therme Group facilities.
Therme MEP’s remit includes:
Therme MEP develops, implements and monitors systems across all Therme Group facilities with the aim of reducing environmental impact and enhancing the guest experience.
Therme MEP is guided by the chief aim of restructuring technological resources to meet Therme Group’s sustainability goals. Using durable engineering design, alongside top performance materials and technologies, Therme MEP optimises building and energy efficiency to deliver minimum environmental impact.
Therme MEP’s sustainable site planning and management are central to creating healthy environments that benefit both Therme Group’s employees and its clients. Following LEED platinum sustainability accreditation for Therme Bucharest, Therme MEP is working to reduce the resort’s carbon footprint by upgrading the facility’s MEP design to ensure efficient energy usage. Further to this, Therme MEP will forecast energy consumption according to the weather and visitor numbers in order to generate, co-generate and store green energy.
Suncast modelling allows Therme MEP to predict energy consumption to optimise efficiency.
The team at Therme MEP constantly seeks new initiatives and tools to improve the way it works. At the heart of this work are cutting-edge technological processes that allow Therme MEP to create hyper-detailed plans of facilities and to 'build smart'. 3D design software and digital modelling allow Therme MEP to generate calculations and simulations to improve functionality across building systems. These findings are then integrated across other departments, ensuring sustainability is pursued in construction and long after the facility has opened.
Another key tool implemented by Therme MEP is BIM technology (Building Information Modelling). BIM refers to the process of using a single coherent system of 3D models to carefully monitor all building systems from design, through to construction and operation.
The comprehensive building models provided by BIM provide Therme MEP with the insight and tools to improve building sustainability at every level, optimising energy consumption and maximising productivity
An HVAC building design simulation – findings are integrated across other departments, ensuring sustainability is pursued in construction and long after the facility has opened.