Al Gharbia Governorate, Tanta, Egypt.
Dar Al Elm international school is the first school designed to grant the golden certificate from the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) which is the most well-known and prolific green building certification system in the United States. Buildings that are LEED certified have been designed and built using strategies aimed at improving performance in energy efficiency, water efficiency, CO2 emissions reductions, improved indoor air quality and resource stewardship. School land area is 8,985 m2, the school is composed of main building with total built up area 14,144 m2 with basement 2,774 m2 and five typical floors with total built-up area 13,870 m2,as well as theater building with total built-up area 1,600 m2 split in two floors multi-purpose hall at ground floor and conference hall of 400 audience capacity.
SCOPE OF SERVICE
• Structural, Architectural, HVAC, Electrical, Plumping, Acoustic Design & Ecological Studies.
• Satisfying LEED Golden Certificate strategies and requirements.