Danish Army’s Next Mission: Sustainable Building

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May 13, 2014
The armed forces go mod and green with a cleverly designed set of barracks. Read Full Article
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  View of Proposed Workshop Building at Aalborg Barracks
Set for completion in 2016, this design is part of a wider program to create “Green Establishments” that will help the Danish military reduce its energy consumption and CO2 emissions. 
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    View of Proposed Workshop Building at Aalborg Barracks

    Set for completion in 2016, this design is part of a wider program to create “Green Establishments” that will help the Danish military reduce its energy consumption and CO2 emissions.

    Image by ADEPT/doug&wolf

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  View of The Hub
The Green Circuit is a modular system set to contract during downtime and expand during peacekeeping missions or wars. Centred around a hub, or main barrack building, the facility can add or subtract additional, flexible rooms built from 20- to 40-foot containers. 
Image by ADEPT/doug&wolf
    View of The Hub

    The Green Circuit is a modular system set to contract during downtime and expand during peacekeeping missions or wars. Centred around a hub, or main barrack building, the facility can add or subtract additional, flexible rooms built from 20- to 40-foot containers.

    Image by ADEPT/doug&wolf

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  The Hub and the Circuit
The system has the ability to fit the circumstance, which can radically change in the military depending on the mission. The Circuit also earns its green stripes with sustainable energy solutions, including movable solar cells and bio-digestors for waste.
Image by ADEPT/doug&wolf
    The Hub and the Circuit

    The system has the ability to fit the circumstance, which can radically change in the military depending on the mission. The Circuit also earns its green stripes with sustainable energy solutions, including movable solar cells and bio-digestors for waste.

    Image by ADEPT/doug&wolf

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