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BMS and smoke control at Bristol office development

Project title One Redcliff Street

Location Bristol

 

Project background

Located in Bristol’s central business district, 1 Redcliff Street is a £15million project being carried out by Main Contractor ISG for Aberdeen Asset Management. Located near Cabot Circus and Bristol Temple Meads railway station, this 14-storey 1960s building is currently being modernised and upgraded while the existing tenants remain in occupation. The building’s completion will see its net lettable space increasing by more than ten percent to 95,800 sq ft – including the construction of a new floor at roof level to create a suite of high-specification meeting rooms.

 

SCS Group’s involvement

SCS Group was was brought in by Whitehead Building Services in November 2016 to design, supply and install a BMS (Building Management System) and smoke ventilation system as an integrated offer.

The building featured an existing BMS system with an older generation type of controls.

 

SCS Group’s solution

SCS Group’s work involves refurbishing equipment on each of the floors and replacing controls with new ones, while linking to the existing live BMS system. When the work is complete, in approximately January 2018, there will be controllers from two decades ago linking with the latest generation of Trend control system.

Our smoke control work involves a mechanically assisted smoke shaft system, using the latest Easivent products.

Mike Jackson, Regional Manager (Wales and West), said: “With it being a live occupied building it meant lots of planning was required to ensure all the existing services were still available to tenants.

John Kavanagh, Project Manager, said: “We particularly enjoyed designing a control system to work with the older existing controls.”

 

SCS Group and BMS

If you are looking for a new Building Management System (BMS) then SCS Group can offer an approach focused on saving energy and saving money with the high quality that you’d expect from our company. Find out more here.