Hyde Park, London
This mechanical piped-services project was worth over £420,000 and peaked at over 30 tradesman on site, from MJG, in order to meet programme.
The works within an operational hotel and very busy up-market residential area, were completed in approx 4 months.
This contract was placed with MJG by Southampton & London based Heating, Ventilating and Air-conditioning (HVAC) contractor Working Environments Limited.
The project was primarily plumbing and heating and cooling system modifications, but also included gas services to the kitchens.
This project was for the supply and management of labour and materials for the installation of Mechanical Services including low temperature hot water (LTHW), chilled water, hot and cold water systems and above ground drainage.
As part of an ongoing refurbishment programme to relocate ‘back of house’ services to mezzanine and basement levels, these works were mainly associated with installation of a new staff restaurant, offices, laundry, changing rooms and other back of house areas.
The works were executed while the hotel was fully operational, so to achieve minimum disruption, the necessary shut-downs were completed out of normal working hours.
Space heating was provided by a combinationof Fan Coil Units, under-floor heating and anAir Handling Unit. The Landlords LTHW and Reclaimed LTHW branch connections were extended to suit the new design.
Cooling was provided the Landlords system,MJG connected to the branch connections and extended the system to Fan Coil Units and an Air Handling Unit.
The LTHW and CHW systems were primarily installed in black heavy grade steel pipe and mallable iron fittings. Hot and cold water services were primarily copper pipe withsoldered capillary.
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The refurbishment included the creation of staff quarters to enable their relocation from nearby existing premises into 1 Hyde Park.
This project presented the combined challenges of logistics of a busy, world city, with working in a very up-market area and refurbishing a historical building.
The project was primarily heating and plumbing, but also included gas modifications to the new kitchen, boiler and water heater.
We were contracted for the supply and management of labour and materials for installation of the mechanical services including LTHW, domestic services, above ground drainage, gas and ventilation.
Space heating was provided by new radiators installed throughout the existing building and the new extension.
Domestic and heating services were primarily installed in copper pipe with soldered capillary fittings. The new gas main to the new plantroom was also installed in copper.
The BMS system was installed to provide a comfortable working and social environment for the employee’s and the public that used the centre and its facilities.
The Newly refurbished building with a purpose built extension sits nicely alongside the old school combining to form a wonderfully enhance community facility. The large hall, new meeting rooms, breakout areas and the floating bridge cage make this the place in Woolston to hold community activities and private parties.
The works with a busy residential area and live school next door took 10 months to complete.
Contract was placed by Morgan Sindall plc on behalf of Southampton City Council.
The mechanical project was worth £79,500.00 with only 2 tradesmen needed to complete the works on time.
This is a high profile community facility investment alongside a new major residential development.
The project had to achieve good value for Southampton City Council, balancing robust quality with a tight budget.