Key Commissions

Ipswich Hospital Oncology Department, Replacement of DHW Generators (£90K Plant Replacement)

  • 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
  • LED lighting
  • 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.