We listen to you, and from there, our team of multiple professionals will provide you with proposals capable of blending your illusions with the best design. Creative projects, exclusive ...
It is a creative process hand in hand with the client that will lead to an exclusive and personalized project. Projects full of soul in which we take care of every detail.
At Q + C we want our client to enjoy the experience and especially the result.
We have the best professionals, means and tools for the management of your projects: architects, technical architects, interior designers or engineers, depending on the type of work being carried out, so that the execution and the initial idea are aligned, seeking the excellence.
Undertaking a work is a big step for anyone. One of the most important decisions is to choose the construction company for your project. The advantages of opting for our turnkey comprehensive management service are as follows:
Perfect knowledge of the project, its details and qualities.
Avoid extra expenses.
Save time and trouble.
Delivery of the work within the agreed period.
We are in charge of organizing all the phases of the work and coordinating each trade so that the works run smoothly, in the shortest possible time and with the previously agreed budget.
The technical department develops any type of document or technical-professional advice that needs to be faced in front of property registrars, notaries, lawyers, town councils and communities of owners.
IEEs Building Evaluation Reports
Segregations / Groupings
BIM (Building Information Modelling) is a methodology that allows creating digital design simulations, managing in a coordinated way all the information that an architecture project entails. This data system allows information to be managed intelligently throughout the life cycle of a project. BIM allows ordering the complexity of the entire process.
Comprehensive resolution of urban planning, management and development services, offering jointly and globally all those technical-legal services necessary to carry out any urban development project.
Actions of General Plans, Partial Plans, Detail Studies, Reparcelling Projects, Urbanization Projects, Special Plans or Specific Modifications, a global and comprehensive management and service from our experience at the service of the Administration.
Our challenge is to move towards “Zero emissions”: watertight enclosures, great thermal insulation and good sun protection; energy efficient systems: heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) and lighting. With all this we ensure big energy savings while improving the comfort of the inhabitants.
To design the building always evaluating the weather of the location.
To use as much as possible construction materials with a low energy impact, as well as to reduce the energy cost of their transport.
To reduce the energy consumption of the building.
To promote the use of renewable energy.
To optimize drinking water consumption.
To reuse wastewater.
To avoid toxic building materials.
To guarantee natural ventilation strategies.
To design buildings with high acoustic comfort.
To control the economic value of the work.
The Passivhaus standardization system is the international protocol used to guarantee high thermal comfort and very low energy consumption. These constructions have to fulfill a series of requirements to be classified as such.
Passive or Passivhaus buildings are an example of sustainability. They are not only interesting economically (reducing heating and cooling needs by 75%), but also socially and environmentally. Lot of studies demonstrate the health benefits of the inhabitants of this type of buildings, since its continuous and controlled renovation of the air, its control of sunlight and its construction with natural materials and less toxic than conventional ones help to prevent and reduce diseases.
The 5 basic rules for the design and execution of this type of buildings are the following:
1- Excellent thermal insulation It is very important to properly insulate the house so that there are very few thermal losses: the exterior walls, the roof and the floor must have a low thermal transmittance.
2- Highly insulated windows and doors From a thermal point of view, doors and windows are the “weak point” through which heat or cold are lost. Its quality and location are one of the main points in the design.
3- Remove thermal bridges The absence of thermal bridges in the building envelope must be achieved. In this way, we will control energy consumption while reducing pathologies due to condensation and mold appearance.
4- Air tightness All the joints between the different construction elements must be well sealed to avoid leaks and drafts. This way we reduce energy consumption because we avoid thermal losses.
5- Controlled ventilation including heat recovers With the ventilation system, we carried out control ventilation of all rooms, guaranteeing good air quality. This system also filters and purifies the air, preventing the entry into the house of polluting particles or that may cause allergies. Furthermore, with the heat recovery system, the heat from the extracted air is used to temper the clean air that enters the house, thus reducing the energy consumed to heat it.
SUSTAINABLE AND ECO-EFFICIENT ARCHITECTURE
Technology at the service of efficiency and productivity
Industrial engineering solutions applicable in production plants.
Design of electrical, plumbing and air conditioning installations.
La Virgen, 1, bajo VILLENA · ALICANTE · SPAIN +34 965 80 03 60
Doctor Waksman, 5 IBI · ALICANTE · SPAIN +34 966 55 29 53
Q+C Architecture and City HO CHI MINH CITY · VIETNAM
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