new school construction education corridor hall


Education buildings are part of the category of civil constructions, along with other social-cultural buildings (hospitals, theaters), residential (apartments, hotels), administrative (courts, offices), for trade (banks, shops), for transport (bus stations, train stations) etc. They are buildings with a special importance that must offer protection and optimal conditions to the large number of people who carry out their activity in there, on a daily basis.

In the design and execution of education buildings, one must pay special attention to the quality requirements established by the laws in force, namely: resistance and stability, operational safety, fire safety, hygiene, human health, environmental protection, thermal insulation, energy efficiency and noise protection. Quality requirements of the constructions destined for educational purposes refer both to the location and the buildings, with their component functions.

The design of these buildings has effects on the health, safety and motivation of the students and teachers, so implicitly on the performance of the establishment. Large, generous spaces, large glazed surfaces that provide natural light, eastward orientation to ensure light especially during the first part of the day when classes take place (natural light is an extremely beneficial factor for motivating students and increasing learning performance), interaction and socialization areas are just some of the guidelines in the design of these buildings. Then comes the energy factor, where alternative energies used in combination with conventional ones can have spectacular effects in reducing maintenance costs.  Some of the best in educational new construction builds can be found at .