Suvarnabhumi International Airport
Together, with the KMUTT University Faculty, Bioarchitek was commissioned for an energy consultation for the Suvarnabhumi Airport. Our responsibility was to assess short term and long term mitigation strategies for the energy and lighting issues associated with the hold room of the terminal building. To locate areas for improvement, we observed human behavior within the space, and measured light for twenty four hours. This information allowed us to propose short term strategies of retrofitting existing infrastructure with more energy efficient technology such as occupancy sensors in the restrooms, time clocks for daylight, and a daylight sensor on the fourth floor. Our long term strategy involved reconfiguring the interior lighting design and applying LED technology.
Location: Bangkok, Thailand