This project consisted of the mechanical design to the new kitchen building and the reconfigured servery and dining room at the above. A new kitchen supply and extract ventilation system comprising of roof mounted fans were installed, along with a new heat recovery system to supply the servery. A new design of heating and hot water plant was installed to provide heating and hot and cold water systems to the new buildings.
This two year project consisted of the complete replacement of services to the Mitre Halls with some parts of the building dating back to early 1600s. Installation included supply and installation of new heating system and plant room, with over two hundred and twenty radiators fitted. Complete plumbing fit out that included the supply and installation of sixty five student en-suite shower rooms all complete with an extract ventilation system. A new fire suppression system was installed comprising of a sprinkler system to parts of the building and the inclusion of dry riser installations to assist the fire brigade. Air conditioning was installed and modified to supply some of the shops.
The project consisted of the stripping out of the existing installation, modifications
in the plant room below the lodge, a new heating circuit to the underfloor heating
sited in the Dining Hall and a new underfloor heating system consisting of a series
of continuous PEX cross-linked hot water polythene loops.
This project consisted of a complete mechanical services installation,
comprising of alterations and extension of the incoming gas supply, LTHW radient space
heating installation, mechanical supply and extract ventilation, air
conditioning, above ground drainage installation and new stand-alone controls.