Education

STEM Building - University of Bedfordshire

DETAILED DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT OF MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL SERVICES.

New build 4 storey, 6000m2  building devoted to teaching and research in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects at the University of Bedfordshire’s Luton campus. 

Services included:

CCTV/Access control 
Emergency lighting 
Earthing and bonding 
External lighting, General lighting 
Fire detection and alarm 
General low voltage power
Incoming water, gas, electric and communications services  
Low temperature hot water heating  
Low voltage distribution
Above ground drainage installations
Security detection and alarm 
Telecommunications and Data Transmission
Ventilation 
BIM level 2 including 3D Revit modelling with clash detection and MagiCAD design

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Wootton Park School

DETAILED DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT OF MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL AND  PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICES.


New-build through-school consisting of a 2 form entry primary school, 4 form entry secondary school with 240 sixth form places. 


Services included:

Thermal Model, BRUKL and BREEAM reports 
CCTV/Access control, Emergency lighting, Earthing and bonding, External lighting, Fire detection and alarm, General low voltage power,

Hot and cold water services, Heat recovery, Incoming water, gas, electric and communications services, Low temperature hot water heating, Low voltage distribution, Lightning protection, Public Health – above ground drainage installations, Security detectionand alarm, Telecommunications and Data Transmission 
BIM Level 2 3D Revit model, including Navisworks Manage clash detection and MagiCAD design  

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Anglia Ruskin University - Cambridge

DETAILED DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT OF MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL SERVICES.

New build extension and redevelopment of existing campus buildings, together with a 4 storey ”Wrap” building.

Including 1 no. 400 and 2 no. 200 seat lecture theatres, 30 and 40 seat classrooms, “Harvard style” lecture spaces, mezzanine exhibition space and drama rehearsal space. 

Services include:

Gas fired CHP plant and absorption chillers to contribute to the heating, hot water and cooling loads of the new building. 
Controlled natural ventilation/free cooling into the classrooms and lecture theatres via low level motorised inlet louvres and high level  passive stack .
LED lighting and advanced controls
Full BMS controls system for monitoring and targeting energy use and controlling/fault indication.
Additional PV array to achieve renewable energy planning condition
Detailed planning of enabling works included re-location of a substation and  primary water and drainage services.                          
Project completed on live University site with several interfaces to existing buildings.
The design and contractor team won a CIBSE collaboration award.

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