While planning the Hogi One Office Tower we have given our utmost attention to energy-efficient and green building concepts.
Architectural and functional plans are based on sustainable construction principles that lower maintenance costs and improve the standard of living of inhabitants and visitors alike. These principles include:
Water conservation and sewage recycling
Air conditioners’ waste water is to be collected and conserved. This water is used to irrigate roof gardens and green areas. Special pipes throughout the building convey it to central tanks on the roof of the planned commercial compound.
Sanitary and sewage components are equipped with high quality ‘Blue Ribbon’ water conservation devices.
An efficient drain system retains rain water and conveys it to natural aquifers.
Construction materials and systems to be used in construction are rigorously selected to ensure high energy efficiency, low overall maintenance costs and reduced consumption of electricity throughout the building’s public and private spaces.