SCS Support completes upgrade of system in Bristol Riverside House

Project title: Riverside House

Location: Bristol

Service: Support

Project Background

Riverside House, Bristol, is an apartment building located in the centre of the city. SCS Group’s service department, SCS Support, was called to attend the building in June 2016 to look at the building’s existing mechanical smoke ventilation system.

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Olly Lucas, Service Manager, said:
“The system was non-compliant and would not have passed a building inspection.”

The Project

The Problem
SCS Group’s service department, SCS Support, was called to attend the building in June 2016 to look at the building’s existing mechanical smoke ventilation system. SCS Support inspected the system and found the mechanical smoke ventilation system comprised a single extract fan housed within a wooden felted box.

The system before SCS Group’s involvement:

SCS Group’s Solution

Using its turnkey small work’s solution, SCS Support upgraded Riverside House’s system from top to bottom.

We installed the latest FläktWoods high temperature smoke extract fans as well as Easivent smoke shaft doors, actuators and control system. A maintained supply was ensured via a new UPS system.

SCS Support completed the upgrade of the mechanical smoke ventilation system on budget and within one month, meeting the customer’s exact requirements for building sign-off.

Upgraded Riverside House’s system from top to bottom

FläktWoods high temperature smoke extract fans

SCS Group smoke shaft doors, actuators and control system

A maintained supply was ensured via a new UPS system

The extract fan set (FläktWoods fans), ductwork system and main control panel installed by SCS Support:

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