Weatherpark’s climate experts analyze construction projects, neighborhoods
and entire cities according to meteorological factors such as heat and wind.
We advise you with which measures you take for building, planting,
Soil etc. – despite climate change – achieve a high quality of life for everyone.
By analyzing the specific geographic situation and local wind conditions, the influence of future buildings on city ventilation can be calculated and simulated.
For cities, the supply with fresh air is of great importance. As new urban areas or buildings can block cold air flows, more and more towns are interested in their local microclimate and its best possible preservation in order to avoid this. Weatherpark looks into the specific geographic situation and urban microclimate so that the influence of future buildings can be calculated and simulated.
In addition to wind conditions, the human comfort expertise looks into further meteorological factors such as solar radiation, temperature and air humidity. Thus, thermal comfort is achieved.
Pleasant wind and therefore high wind comfort is only one factor contributing to a sense of well-being outdoors. For human comfort the interaction of sun, air humidity and temperature plays an important role as well. Temperatures of approx. 30°C may feel unbearable in combination with high air humidity while people enjoy dry heat and a pleasant breeze.
Pleasant wind conditions in open spaces around buildings and on public squares can be intentionally planned and realized. The goal is a sense of well-being for residents and passers-by and longterm successful exploitation of real estate.
The success of a building comes with its inhabitants being comfortable not only inside it, but around it in the open space. This allows a successful long-term use for business or residential purposes.
We will be pleased to conduct studies regarding specific meteorological questions: