Creating Offices in a Listed Stable
The former military stable built in the early 19th century is nowadays used as offices by several civil government agencies including the National Archive. Bengt Dahlgren provided HVAC services for renovating the building to modern standards while keeping the listed exterior and key interior details intact. A new underground archive with separate climate zones has also been built in the courtyard.
Frimurarhotellet, or the Freemason Hotel, has been renovated to modern standards but in the original style of building which was completed in 1912. Bengt Dahlgren has provided both HVAC and BMS services.
Gamla Residenset, a listed regional government building in Kristianstad completed in the 1860s in Italian renaissance style, has been thoroughly renovated to ensure that it can continue to function as a local meeting place. Bengt Dahlgren has assisted with Fire & Risk and HVAC services.
The listed manor belongs to the military garrison in Skövde, Sweden. The renovation in 2008 received an award for implementing modern but non-intrusive solutions for heating, cooling and ventilation. Bengt Dahlgren assisted with HVAC services.
Bengt Dahlgren provided services when PUB, a famous Stockholm department store, renovated the second floor of the building.
Renovating a Listed Building in Central Stockholm
Åtvidabergshuset is located beside Kungsträdgården, a park in the heart of Stockholm. Bengt Dahlgren has provided HVAC services for renovating the listed building to modern standards while retaining its uniquely preserved 1940s interior and fixtures.
Bengt Dahlgren provided HVAC services when new cooling systems where selected for the buildings located on Riddarholmen, a centrally located island in Stockholm. The island is home to the 13th century Riddarholmen Church as well as to several 17th century palaces now used predominantly by government agencies.
The Royal Palace in Stockholm
Despite being exempt from the requirement of obtaining an energy performance certificate, the Royal Palace in Stockholm is voluntarily undergoing certification for promoting energy-efficiency also in listed buildings and in challenging and sensitive environments. The Royal Court selected Bengt Dahlgren for the prestigious commission.
In 2006, climate related damages were discovered in the 13th century Gothic-style abbey. The challenge was creating an energy-efficient system for providing comfortable indoor climate during all seasons while at the same time preventing further damages. Bengt Dahlgren provided HVAC and BMS services for creating an advanced heating system with numerous climate zones and heating sources.