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Project specific monitoring

Why is monitoring necessary?
Monitoring of a building after it has been completed is important for quality assurance. It provides comprehensive evaluation of the success of the overall concept and allows functional testing of individual measures for the building structure or building services during the use phase. Project-specific issues can thus be resolved and both simulation models and planning tools can be validated.
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Monitoring on indoor swimming pool

PHI carried out monitoring over a two-year period on this indoor swimming pool in Bamberg after scientific consultation throughout the planning and construction process. Photo: Stadtwerke Bamberg
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