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KNOWLEDGEBASE

All the project activities on sustainable building design and refurbishment have been collated into a single knowledgebase, with tags categorised as below.  To find a relevant resource, please choose an area of interest using the boxes below:

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FS42FEASIBILITY STUDY
 Co-heating test for Alternative Refurbishment Strategy on Hard to treat House on Uist
 Category: Refurbishment
 Glasgow Caledonian University in collaboration with Locate Architects
 |  Article available  |  Final Report available  |
 
IR-02I/REVIEW
 Alexander Thomson Place (formerly Caledonia Road Church): A Regeneration Proposal
 Category: Design
  in collaboration with Architects Gholami Baines
 |  Article available  |
 
IR-03I/REVIEW
 Historic Scotland: Innovative solutions to make traditional buildings more energy efficient
 Category: Design
  in collaboration with Moses Jenkins, Historic Scotland
 |  Article available  |
 
IR-10I/REVIEW
 Insulation and Solid Masonry Walls - A Cautionary Note
 Category: Design
  in collaboration with Bern Balfe, Architect
 |  Article available  |
 
IR-10I/REVIEW
 Greyfriars Community Project
 Category: Design
  in collaboration with Donald Simpson, Gareth Hoskins Architects
 |  Article available  |
 
IR-13I/REVIEW
 Refurbishment of a granite building to reduce energy costs
 Category: Design
  in collaboration with Bob Pringle
 |  Article available  |
 
FS06FEASIBILITY STUDY
 Tenament Flat Carbon Reduction Shopping List
 Category: Refurbishment
 University of Strathclyde Glasgow in collaboration with Holmes Partnership
 |  Article available  |  Webcast/webinar available  |  Final Report available  |
 
WC07WEBCAST
 Retrofit and renewables in traditional rural buildings
 Category: Refurbishment
 University of Edinburgh in collaboration with
 |    Webcast/webinar available  |
 

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