We conduct wind study to maintain comfortable and safe pedestrian level wind conditions that are appropriate for the season and the intended use of the pedestrian areas, including sidewalks, street frontages, pathways, building entrance areas, open spaces, amenity areas, outdoor sitting areas, and accessible roof top areas, etc.
The purpose of the pedestrian level wind study is to provide both qualitative and quantitative evaluations of pedestrian wind comfort conditions around the site, and to make recommendations for potential mitigation measures to improve wind comfort, where necessary.
The research conducted and the engineering services
Cladding pressure of building structures
Wind-induced loads on structures
Wind-induced responses of structure
Pedestrian level wind environment
Snow drifting and accumulation
WIND TUNNEL TEST
ProWise teams together with U of W for wind study projects
the Open-loop Low-speed Boundary Layer Wind Tunnel Lab