To provide a measure of comfort for the residents of this visitor attraction, the Komodo Dragon Centre must be kept hot to reflect the dragons’ natural habitat.
The inert and stable construction of the BecoWallform provides a draught-free building which is not only highly insulated but will be unaffected by the high humidity levels which have to be maintained.
As well as being economic in service, the construction process also had the benefits of being relatively quick and quiet, minimising any disruption to other sensitive creatures kept on the site.
DESIGN: The Johnson Dennehy Planning Partnership
ENGINEERING: John Vickers & Associates