Flynn HRV appoints new design engineer
This article was originally published in issue 26 of Passive House Plus magazine. Want immediate access to all back issues and exclusive extra content? Click here to subscribe for as little as €10, or click here to receive the next issue free of charge
Corroon, an engineer by trade, is also a qualified passive house consultant and has worked in the construction sector for numerous years.
“We’re delighted to welcome John to the company, he brings with him a wealth of engineering experience,” Maurice Flynn of Flynn Heat Recovery told Passive House Plus.
“We strongly believe in ensuring ventilation systems are properly designed and specified for each individual property, and John’s appointment will allow us to maintain that commitment as the company grows.”
Flynn emphasised that the company manages its projects from design and installation right through to commissioning and servicing, and stressed how important this is to ensuring ventilation systems function effectively and efficiently.
Flynn Heat Recovery has also announced that the company is now offering ventilation products from leading Spanish manufacturer Soler & Palau as part of its range, including MVHR and MEV systems.
The company has recently completed a number of high profile projects, Maurice Flynn told Passive House Plus, including a new Educate Together school extension in Mullingar, and 150 houses in Dublin featuring Soler & Palau mechanical extract ventilation (MEV) systems
- Passive sheltered scheme 500 years in the making
- Performance gap much smaller for passive homes, research finds
- Study: extreme overheating not reflected in building simulations
- International: Powerhouse - the world's toughest eco building standard
- The UK's first green oak passive house
- Armagh passive house hides in plain sight