Established in 2006, Archi is one of the leading Georgian development companies. Initially, the company focused on investment activities; however, since September 2008 it has also been engaged in development. To date, the company’s projects include 22 completed and 18 projects under construction in Tbilisi and one completed residential estate in Batumi.
To keep up with modern developments, Archi decided to invest in energy-efficient technologies. The EBRD’s GEFF programme helped the company achieve this goal.
A team of professional consultants performed the project analysis, assessed the potential for energy savings and evaluated the financial-technical parameters. Based on the GEFF consultants’ advice, the company decided to use energy-efficient materials in its complex, such as Ytong building blocks and energy-efficient windows, doors, ventilation systems and insulation. As a result, Archi was able to erect a green building that is in line with EU standards.
“The EBRD’s programme helped us provide comfort to our customers. Now, they are able to maximise their energy savings and cut costs,” says Archi project manager Dimitri Adamia.
The project is supported by EU4Energy and the Austrian Federal Ministry of Finance (BMF).