St Wilfrid’s School
The new 8,000 square meter St Wilfrid’s School is designed to cater for 1,000 pupils. It has been built in a partnership between consultants Halcrow Yolles, Curl la Tourelle Architects, West Sussex County Council and the Roman Catholic Diocese of Arundel and Brighton (completed in May 2009).Visit a reference project
Crawley, Great Britain
Controls & Technology
Intelligent window automation
WindowMaster, Europe’s largest provider of natural ventilation and smoke detection solutions, was chosen to provide the window automation system for the St Wilfrid’s School because of its ability to provide a complete installation, in particular the central computer control system. In addition, the installation includes motors, window actuators, various sensors and a weather station to control natural and smoke ventilation systems in 80 zones.
A sustainable design technique to regulate the indoor climate. It effectively exchanges stale air in the building with fresh outdoor air by opening windows in the façade and/or roof. The result is a healthy, productive, and sustainable indoor climate.