Project Description

Global Goals

With our broad range of services, we can contribute to many of the 17 global goals, and we want to be a proactive consultant that helps to raise the level of ambition.

With our broad range of services, we can contribute to many of the 17 global goals, and we want to be a proactive consultant that helps to raise the level of ambition.

As dedicated specialists, we are making an effort in areas such as renewable energy, indoor climate and wooden buildings. Sustainable road design, based on the global goals, is one of our more recent measures.

At the same time, we can help our customers implement these goals. We do this in part by asking detailed questions about their projects and the visions behind them, but especially by providing solutions that contribute to making our customers as sustainable as possible. In practical terms, we can offer our customers a screening of which global goals are most important to them, and at the same time help them to establish strategies for how these goals can be implemented.

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At Brande, fresh air will be used to heat living rooms

Heating pumps are among the renewable energy sources that will to a 100 % sustainable district heating system in Denmark

Hydro Power

In the Philippines, hydropower brings electricity to the country’s outermost areas

According to global goal number 7, everyone should have access to electricity while the share of renewable energy in the global energy mix must increase significantly. The mini hydro power stations in the outskirts of the Philippines serves both purposes.

Playing fields that help adapt to climate change

Six football pitches capable of retaining 24.000 m3 of rainwater

Cool wooden structures

MOE is among the Danish front unners, when it comes to building in wood. We see it as an important element in the green transition, as materials play a big part in reducing the carbon footprint of the construction. In the last 20 years MOE has covered 65.000 m2 of mass timber construction.

We are raising the bar for at healthy indoor climate

In ordinary homes, the level of harmful particles may be 6 to 7 times higher than on Denmark’s busiest road, H. C. Andersens Boulevard. One of many reasons why the indoor climate deserves far greater attention.

When aesthetics and mathematics go hand in hand

The utility company, Forsyning Helsingør, has gained a new operations centre that reflects the organizations ambition to be a part of the green conversion. The distinctive façade creates perfect balance between daylight and the thermal indoor climate, rainwater is recycled for carwashing and surplus heat from an adjacent wood-chip-fired heating plant is used in the office building.

Client Forsyning Helsingør
Architects Christensen & Co., Tredje Natur
Photo Niels Nygaard

A nature survey in a political landscape

The debate surrounding Amager Common indicates a growing interest for protecting the nature. The global goals is also directing attention to the protection of flora and fauna.

Photo Lars Maltha Rasmussen
Un 17 Village

UN 17 Village

Upcycling, renewable energy sources, water savings and a remarkable healthy indoor climate are among the many efforts to translate global goals in to technical solutions in a new residential area.

For the third time MOE, Lendager Architects and NREP collaborate on an innovative use of recycled materials since the same constellation was involved with Upcycle Studios and the Ressource Rows.

Client NREP
Partners Lendager Group,
Årstiderne Arkitekter and Arup
Visualisations TMRW (edited)