No, you won’t get a weather forecast from us. Not because we can’t give one, but because we don’t want to.
We’d rather tell you what’s going to happen in coming years – at all events, how buildings/towns will interact with meteorological factors like heat, wind, etc. Thanks to our in-depth expertise, our many years of experience and our highly specialised software we can tell you how to achieve a pleasant climate in a city, town district, a street or around a building.
What we want to achieve – together with our customers
We want to improve the quality of life in the world, in particular the climate in towns and cities. We’ve already succeeded in doing this on many projects and we’re strongly committed to ensuring this elsewhere. The climate crisis and urban growth is presenting us with new challenges that we want – and can – solve hand in hand with our customers!
We assess the current situation, the available data and the planned construction project and draw up a written opinion in this regard. You learn which requirements on the urban climate and comfort in terms of summer and/or wind are (should be) fulfilled. Lastly, we recommend courses of action for further procedure.
Weatherpark will produce a comprehensive meteorological study into the current and planned situation, using available data or our own sources of information. A clear simulation lastly lets you see in detail whether an agreeable urban climate and a high level of comfort can be expected in summer and with wind.
We work together to develop measures designed to improve climate-related conditions in existing or planned cities, districts, streets, squares and buildings. Once such measures have been implemented, this will make life more agreeable for occupants in very hot weather or with high winds.
We would be delighted to assist you with competitions and invitations to tender. We draw up guidelines, examine the submissions, develop a test matrix and take part in meetings of the judging panel. We can then check whether the winning project will satisfy the local requirements in terms of climate.