Leading supplier of energy efficient buildings

Our nZEB modular buildings are buildings with very high energy performance. This means that nearly zero or low amounts of energy are required and are covered by energy from renewable sources, including from renewable sources produced on-site or nearby.

In addition to the reduction of energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions, savings on energy costs contribute to the low running costs of these buildings.

Modulacc nZeb, Part L compliant buildings

  • High efficiency windows

  • Thermal bridging

  • Air tight units

  • High efficiency wall insulation

  • High efficiency roof insulation

  • Lighting efficiency and controls

  • Heating efficiency (heat and hot water)

  • LED lighting

  • Water efficiency

Renewable energy sources to meet renewable energy ratio (RER) standards may include

  • Solar

  • Air to Air heating and cooling

nZeb buildings by Modulacc have been designed, built and delivered to schools, universities, hospitals, plants and manufacturing facilities in Limerick, Cork, Dublin, Galway, Mayo, Clare, Kerry, Waterford, Wexford and Tipperary.

Modulacc Education – Case Study

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St Brigid’s Presentation Secondary School, Killarney

St Brigid's Presentation Girls Secondary School is located in Killarney, Co. Kerry, serving the catchment area of Killarney and its hinterland. The school is situated adjacent to the Presentation Convent (founded in 1793) and St. Mary's Cathedral.  We were contracted by Healy Partners Architects to design, build  and install [...]

Modulacc Health – Case Study