Moduls Engineering completed its work in the French Lyceum renovation project
Today Moduls Engineering commissioned all construction work and completed adjustment of the façade lighting. In this project, SIA Moduls Engineering designed and installed utility systems in the Rīga French Lyceum building ensuring modern environment appropriate for the studies.
‘Participation in the renovation of historical buildings is always exciting as we have to consider the unique features of a historical building when designing and installing utility systems that satisfy modern requirements. In these projects, the experience and professionalism of our specialists are especially appreciated. We are happy to say that the French Lyceum is ready to start the new study year,’ said Jevgēņijs Savčuks, Moduls Engineering Member of the Board.
In this project, Moduls Engineering installed a fire detection and alarm system, as well as a central public address system for emergencies. A modern security and access control systems and a video surveillance system were installed in the building. To enable the studying process, a telephone and computer network was installed in the building and the classes were equipped with interactive whiteboards. To ensure the environment appropriate for the studies in the renovated study building and to satisfy the Latvian and the EU standards, we installed modern utility systems, such as heating, water supply and sewerage, air conditioning, ventilation and power supply.
The renovation project included the total of 5355 sq. m of the historical building with 31 classrooms, cloakroom for 600 pupils, canteen for 274 people, assembly hall with 209 seats, conference hall, gyms, school administration offices and newly installed decorative façade lighting. Now there are 115 lighting fixtures installed on the façade.