The Project comprised new steam plate heat exchangers to supply the existing services within the Ground Floor Plant Room of the Oncology Department.
The steam supply was taken from the existing steam infrastructure which was within the Plantroom to provide a run and standby system.
Both of the existing hot water generators became redundant and were removed as part of the works
To ensure disruption was kept to a minimum, the new steam pressure reducing set was installed before any isolation took place
Colchester Hospital, Alterations to Combined Blood Science Laboratory (£1.2M Refurbishment)
The Hospital Estates Team proposed a series of alterations and improvements to the Pathology Unit with a new extension from Haematology on the First Floor.
Fan Coil systems for improved temperature control
System capacities designed for increases in equipment loads
LED Lighting with automatic controls
Passive ventilation systems to office/staff areas
St Martha’s RC Primary School, Kings Lynn Extension and Alterations (£3.5M New Build)
The Project comprised an extension and alterations to St Martha’s RC Primary School, located in Kings Lynn to increase pupil numbers from 210 to 420.
The additional accommodation comprised; 7No Classrooms, Hall, Group Rooms, Library, Administrative Areas, Toilets and General Circulation within a standalone block to the rear of the site.
Hybrid Natural Ventilation
LED Lighting and Underfloor Heating
Suffolk County Council/Waveney District Council, Lowestoft New Council Offices (£12M New Build)
The Riverside building was jointly developed by Suffolk County Council (SCC) and Waveney District Council (WDC) to provide a shared office complex for the Councils and some of their partners in Lowestoft.
The scheme comprised an open plan floor space with meeting rooms and shared facilities formed off an attractive 3 storey atrium
Actimass (Thermodek) Thermal Mass Heating/Cooling
Renewable Energy Systems (including Ground and Air Source Heat Pumps, 125m2 Photovoltaics and Rainwater Harvesting to the WC’s)
The Project was developed using the principles of Passivhaus
Pakefield High School, Lowestoft (£20M New Build)
The initial phase 1 project was designed under the governments BSF scheme. The Main school building is two storey with a central atrium/street with class rooms, halls and offices etc radiating away from the central atrium.
The second and third phases of the project comprised of the extension of the existing High School an extension to the rear of the building
Central Energy Centre with Biomass Boilers
Natural Ventilation via roof mounted stack systems
University of East London, Docklands Campus New Sports Leisure Facility (£21M New Build)
The building which played host, as a training venue to the USA 2012 Olympics Team, now provides a lasting legacy for community sport and leisure at the Campus.
The new purpose built Sports and Leisure Facility extends over 2No storeys and comprises a wide range of facilities
The sports centre complex has a large flat roof with adequate space to accommodate the extensive PV installation
Primary Heating Services are provided by way of biomass boiler plant
The Project was designed to achieve a BREEAM rating of ‘Excellent’
West Suffolk Hospital, Extension to Clinical Decisions Unit (£600K Refurbishment)
These works comprised an extension to the existing A&E Department, located on the Ground Floor of the main building
The works were to build a new Clinical Decisions Unit (CDU) within the courtyard adjacent to A&E X-ray
The new building formed of 4No new beds with en-suites and 4No new cubicles with lounger chairs.
All equipment needing maintenance was designed to be easily accessible and replaceable without major disruption
William Armes, Sudbury Factory, Warehouse and Offices (£6.2M New Build)
The Company was proposing a new purpose build factory facility on a Site off Churchfield Road, Sudbury.
The building was comprised; a Store, Loom (Production), Stores/Goods in/ Production Etc/Goods Out, Offices and Mezzaine.
The heating installation comprised high efficiency overhead radiant tubes in the factory and air source heat pumps provided to the office.
A ‘Sensory Tube’ ‘Fire Alarm was also provided together with an automatic sprinkler installation
Rainwater Recovery System
Bridges Wharf, Battersea, Hotel and Residential Blocks (£55M New Build)
The Project comprised the design and construction of 3No new multi storey blocks
Block A comprised an 11 storey Residential Block with some commercial accommodation on the ground floor, Block B, a 12 storey residential block with some commercial accommodation and Block C, a 14 storey block with mixed use of Hotel, business centres, heliport control/offices, and restaurant
The energy strategy for the site was dictated by the London Plan which resulted in a central biomass boiler plant for the whole site.