EVU Energi & VVS Utveckling AB
Lund, Jönköping, Kristianstad, Karlskrona, Helsingborg
EVU AB is a part of the ICG Service Group. The ICG Service Group helps property owners to create a better indoor climate at a lower energy cost. In new and renovated buildings by offering commissioning services, in existing buildings by offering optimization services. The ICG Service Group has experience from more than 5 000 buildings all over the world.
The ICG Service Group is part of the British industrial group IMI plcs Indoor Climate Business.
The ICG Service Group boast a multi-skilled workforce ranging from professional qualified engineers to industry certified engineers, all backed up by extensive in-house technical support and training. The ICG Services Group has offices in the UK, Sweden, Belgium, Holland and France.
The ICG Service Group main headline services are:
Design and Project Management Consultancy
(all building service – air & water, LV electric, HV electric, BMS + specialist equipment) provides an Integrated Building Services Engineering capability that delivers measured and tangible benefits to our clients through experience and competence, with added value in delivering services to the built environment and over a total project life cycle.
Our core disciplines comprise:
Independent Design Peer Reviews
Technical Advisory Services
Technical Project Management
Value Engineering Services
(all building service – air & water, LV electric, HV electric, BMS + specialist equipment) - By appointing an ICG Services Group Commissioning Manager, clients and project management teams can assure themselves that when a building is handed over, all plant and services will operate to recognised standards and within agreed design parameters. ICG Services Group involvement at an early stage ensures that all facilities are in place for the proper commissioning of building services. By centralising control in ICG Services Group hands, we become the focal point for any commissioning or test related problem and those problems will be identified quickly and solutions found without delay. The Commissioning Management function not only covers the inspection and testing of individual systems but also the witnessing of integration testing at project completion. All pressure tests, flushing and chemical cleaning, balancing and performance tests are witnessed to ensure compliance with required standards. The verification and organisation of environmental tests and equipment load tests, the collation of all documentation, including operation and maintenance manuals and the organisation of the final demonstration tests to the statutory authorities, also fall within the commissioning manager's remit. By alleviating potential problems which, left unchecked could otherwise bring a project to a virtual standstill, ICG Services Group has demonstrated how effective commissioning management reinforces the professionalism and potency of the project management team.
Commissioning Hands-On balancing
(air & water balancing or TAB) - Includes plant proving, air and water balancing and establishing plant capacity and conformance to design, has been proven on some of the world's largest and most complex buildings. All information is systematically recorded and logged to provide a permanent record of a system's performance against design, which can then form part of the Operation and Maintenance documentation. The company offers a range of specialist surveys and has a capability in-house to undertake fast track projects, ensuring that pre-agreed handover dates are achieved. The ICG Services Group boast a multi-skilled workforce which is backed up by extensive in-house technical support and training. All engineers have CSCS cards and are registered with the Commissioning Specialists Association.
Commercial EPCs, building energy performance and compliance: How to improve your building energy rating and demonstrate compliance? -
If you are designing, building, selling or renting a commercial building most European countries require an energy assessment of your premises and an EPC for Building Regulations compliance. Our clients also benefit from expert advice on improving performance and energy saving measures. Combining our knowledge and experience in the built environment with extensive expertise in computer modeling we provide.
EPCs (Energy Performance Certificates)
building energy performance assessment
expert advice on building energy improvement
Display Energy Certificates (DEC)
- Examples of public buildings include Central Government, local authority, hospitals, other healthcare and education The Energy Performance of Buildings Regulations (EPBD) introduced the requirement for DECs in public buildings in England and most European countries from 1st October 2008. DECs must be prominently displayed in most non-domestic public buildings. DECs show the actual energy use and operational rating of a building. They indicate its energy efficiency and CO2 emissions on a scale of A (best) to G (worst). DECs are valid for one year.
accredited DEC assessors to conduct full assessment
experienced facilities and energy engineers to make practical recommendations for year-on-year energy improvements
independent service with no vested interest in the results or recommendations
engineers backed up by experts across the building services sector