Installation News

  • BREEAM Outstanding building collects rain with Geberit

    By BSEE on January 31, 2014
    Sustainable Geberit HDPE pipework has been used to construct a 35,000 litre rainwater harvesting system for the BREEAM rated Outstanding Environment and Sustainability Institute (ESI). Part of Exeter University, ESI leads cutting edge research into interdisciplinary solutions dealing with the problems of environmental change. At 35,000 litres, the rainwater harvesting system is twice the normal BREEAM compliant size and combined […]
  • Wolverhampton interchange project moves forward

    By BSEE on January 31, 2014
    The next phase of a multi-million pound Wolverhampton city centre regeneration scheme has taken a major step forward with the submission of a planning application. In September, the Council confirmed an investment of up to £10.6 million to deliver new offices and shops at the Interchange. Detailed plans for a new mixed office and retail building, situated next to the […]
  • Micronics provides vital evidence

    By BSEE on January 31, 2014
    Budgets for schools have been protected by the Government in the latest spending review but cost savings still need to be made wherever possible. Priorities remain teaching and learning, meaning that spending on premises is restricted. When All Saints Secondary School in Dagenham were planning an extension in January this year, existing energy usage needed to be precisely monitored to […]
  • MHS Boilers are fighting fit

    By BSEE on January 15, 2014
    Staff and visitors at the newly built Portway Lifestyle Centre in the West Midlands will benefit from a low carbon heating and hot water system from MHS Boilers, which is expected to contribute to a BREEAM ‘Very Good’ rating. The purpose-built building has been installed with four R607 floor standing gas boilers and 32sqm of AURON DF evacuated tube solar […]
  • Gent provides aspirated smoke detection system to NHS

    By BSEE on January 15, 2014
    Gent by Honeywell has supplied an aspirating smoke detection system to the Camden Islington NHS Foundation Trust. It was designed and installed by long-time Gent elite system integrator Premier Fire Systems Limited. The new solution replaced the existing optical smoke detection devices within two mental health wards within the Highgate Mental Health Centre in Dartmouth Park Hill, London. According to […]
  • School chooses renewable solution

    By BSEE on January 15, 2014
    The King Edward VII School in King’s Lynn, Norfolk became a specialist sports college in September 2000. The sports hall is a fundamental part of the school’s specialism but it had become difficult and costly to keep up with the heating requirement. The heating was provided by two 100kW gas boilers which were over fifteen years old and had become […]
  • Ensbury boilers scale new heights

    By BSEE on January 15, 2014
    Hamworthy Heating has provided Braithwaite house in Islington, London with a comprehensive heating solution to overcome problems they had been facing with their current boilers and heating system. Reaching 55 metres tall with 19 floors consisting of 108 dwellings this residential building needed a boiler that was long lasting and could cope with the high demands placed on it. Two […]
  • Sanha fittings are first choice

    By BSEE on January 15, 2014
    When you are installing a heating system into the most expensive apartment in the UK, you can’t afford to take any chances.   Faced with just this situation, plumbing and heating engineers Chaps opted for Sanha pipes and fittings for complete security. The building, in Mayfair, comprises a four storey apartment whose price tag gives it the position of probably the […]
  • Demand Logic contributes to savings

    By BSEE on January 15, 2014
    Demand Logic, a web-based energy saving system for commercial buildings, has released the results of a unique ‘virtual-metering’ project with King’s College London. Since the project began in January 2013, Demand Logic has identified energy savings of £390,000 per year and carbon savings of 2500 tonnes per year. This latest initiative covers three campuses: Guy’s, Denmark Hill and the Strand. […]
  • SAS International provides a future proof solution

    By BSEE on January 15, 2014
    SAS International has designed, manufactured and installed over 2,850 linear metres of Integrated Service Modules (ISMs), incorporating passive chilled beams with a DALI Control system, to provide a future proof cooling solution for the new Wakefield Civic offices. The ISMs and connecting offsite manufactured bulkhead service spines incorporate perforated acoustic panels to provide enhanced occupant comfort. Whilst DALI controlled edge […]