Installation News

  • Fruit and veg store energy costs cut by 25 per cent with RDM controls

    By Debbie Eales on December 8, 2014
    Intelligent controls from Resource Data Management are saving fruit and veg distributor Sharrocks 25 per cent in refrigeration running costs at its new fresh produce facility. The cold store, at the company’s headquarters near Preston, is being cooled with a custom built, high efficiency refrigeration system equipped with the latest RDM control and monitoring systems. The system was designed and […]
  • FDS devises holistic solution for The Place

    By Debbie Eales on November 11, 2014
    Fire Design Solutions (FDS) has completed work on a prestigious commercial project within the Southbank’s new London Bridge Quarter, developed by Sellar in partnership with the State of Qatar. Standing next to The Shard, The Place – now known as the News Building and occupied by News UK – is an innovative headquarters building providing 40,000sq m of premium office […]
  • Linear Control Systems installs BMS at Manchester university’s Birley Fields

    By Debbie Eales on November 11, 2014
    Linear Control Systems have recently completed the installation of the Building Management System at a project which is part of the Manchester Metropolitan University, called Birley Fields. Birley Fields is the final stage of a £350m investment in new campus facilities for Manchester Metropolitan University. It is the largest construction project in their 10-year plan to consolidate from seven campus […]
  • Natural ventilation solution for Liverpool theatre

    By Debbie Eales on September 5, 2014
    Liverpool’s recently opened Everyman Theatre is using advanced air distribution components designed by Waterloo Air Products Plc as part of a £28m re-build. A priority was to minimise running costs with sustainable design and equipment. Natural ventilation was favoured and was achieved by making use of the building’s fully exposed concrete structure and reclaimed brickwork walls, which provided excellent thermal […]
  • Top marks for Delmatic’s system at the University of Greenwich

    By BSEE on August 20, 2014
    Delmatic is supplying a comprehensive DALI lighting management system for the University of Greenwich’s new School of Architecture, Design & Construction. The system enables individual addressing, switching, dimming and monitoring of DALI luminaires, in conjunction with presence-related and daylight-linked control of lighting groups from DALI presence detectors and multisensors. The 16,500sq m Stockwell Street development comprises two linked buildings arranged […]
  • Durapipe delivers offshore pipework to Tern Alpha rig

    By BSEE on August 20, 2014
    Tern Alpha, a fixed, manned drilling and production rig for the Tern field, in the East Shetland Basin of the northern North Sea, is using Durapipe HTA plastic pipework to distribute domestic water services. The oil platform serves as a production facility for the Hudson and Kestrel fields and is owned and operated by TAQA Bratani Ltd. The facilities cater […]
  • Supporting critical environmental control for the National Gallery

    By BSEE on August 20, 2014
    High efficiency boilers from Hoval are helping the National Gallery in London to reduce its energy consumption and carbon footprint, while maintaining a stable internal environment for the exhibits. The National Gallery opened in 1838, occupying a dominant position in Trafalgar Square at the centre of London. The original building has been extended several times since then and now houses […]
  • Metsec Cable Management powers on

    By BSEE on April 1, 2014
    The compliant provision of power and services to one of the UK’s most important power stations has been made possible with the support of Metsec Cable Management. Its BES 6001 accreditation was a vital criterion in the specification of its cable ladder, tray and trunking products at Drax Power Station in North Yorkshire. The project at Drax Power Station required […]
  • MHG boilers keep administrators warm

    By BSEE on April 1, 2014
    MHG Heating has supplied two EcoStar oil condensing boilers, in a cascade configuration, to provide heating for the administration block at Fawley Power Station in Hampshire. MHG has also supplied a pressure manager, expansion vessel, header assemblies and weather compensation controls. Fawley Power Station was constructed in 1971 and used four oil-fired 2,000MW generators, operated by RWE npower. The facility […]
  • Spirax Sarco delivers energy saving project

    By BSEE on April 1, 2014
    Spirax Sarco has delivered a project to provide the steam for heating, hot water, humidification and laundry services at a brand new, €340 million, acute hospital for the Enniskillen Trust in Northern Ireland. Spirax Sarco also provided the controls to manage the steam feeding the hospital’s Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant. The company carried out the work after being […]