Queen Mary University

Queen Mary University

Queen Mary University

External and internal refurbishment of 15 floor Mathematics block, including new ground floor extension to house student social hub. Notable building services features included VAV fresh air system, with heating and cooling by fan coil units; PV panels, LED fittings with daylight dimming and presence detection. A BMS system provides overall control and monitoring of the services. The structured cabling system was integrated into a campus wide LAN allowing central monitoring of life safety and security systems. The project achieved BREEAM ‘Very Good’ accreditation.

Teaching areas are ventilated by a Variable Air Volume (VAV) fresh air system, with heating and cooling by fan coil units and Academic Offices in the north elevation are heated by radiators with local control.

The building was extended at ground level to create a Social Hub for students which has underfloor heating and heat recovery ventilation.

The sustainability of the building is improved by photovoltaic panels and lighting is by LED fittings throughout with daylight dimming and presence detection in appropriate areas.

The structured cabling system is integrated into a campus-wide Local Area network allowing central monitoring of life safety and security systems.

A comprehensive Building Management System provides overall control and monitoring of the services.

Client Name:
Queen Mary University, London
Project Value:
£18M
Architects:
White Ink
D&W Contact:
Ryan Scott
Project Location:
London
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