We have been awarded a 25k design and build control panel project to control the original ventilation system which has never operated correctly since the installation in 1991, Electrical Engineers Colin peacock and Kay controls will work closely to provide a retro fit panel complete with a cylon building management system to provide intelligent control.
The Jerwood Gallery was opened in 2012 at a cost of 4 million pounds, the building was designed to be energy efficient with the latest solar and ground source heat pump technology. A grey water system was installed to provide water to flush toilets, unfortunately the designers did not install any filtration system resulting in debris from the roof drains entering the grey water tank and blocking the water meter and toilet inlet valves. We supplied and installed a Duplex filter system with strainer baskets filtering down to 600 microns which the client can clean on a regular basis.
This system will allow the Gallery to use the grey water system as intended, another little step to re-cycling.
Environmental Maintenance Services have been shortlisted to update the heating systems for Castle Hill Academy, Addington, a £330k project to be completed prior to the heating season. The project involves stripping out the existing single pipe heating flow and installing three inch flow and return pipework, installing in excess of 130 Low Surface Temperature radiators, four direct gas fired water heaters with a total output of 320kw, new control system and two Ideal Concord CXA atmospheric gas fired heating boilers.
Environmental Maintenance Services have been shortlisted to update the heating systems for Castle Hill Academy, Addington, a £330k project to completed…
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