First Street – Plot 5 – Manchester

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We are celebrating the news of our appointment by Carillion to undertake the complete Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing Design and Installation of all services to the next phase of Ask Real Estates Grade A office building on their First Street Development in Manchester. The seven storey fully Air Conditioned building, designed by Fletcher Priest Architects and Cundall Mechanical and Electrical Consultants will have 157,000 sqft of office space and 14,000 sqft of retail units.

Gazprom – the global Energy company have agreed to take the 5th and 6th floors and our works will encompass their specific fit out requirements.

Our appointment includes for our full design and we will undertake full BIM Modelling Level 2 that will be drawn and designed by our in-house BIM technicians and designers. Services we will install would be:

External Gas and Water, Power Distribution, Sub-metering, Lightning Protection, Internal and External Lighting, Lighting Controls, Lightening Protection, Fire Alarms, Intruder Alarms, CCTV, DATA, Standby Generator, Disabled Refuge, Access Control, Fire Detection, VRF Heating and Cooling, Smoke Ventilation Systems, Ventilation Installation, Kitchen Extract, Internal Gas Distribution, Hot and Cold Water Services, Sanitary and Above Ground Drainage, Rainwater Systems, Thermal Insulation, Dry Risers, Car Park Ventilation, Commissioning and Building Management Systems (BMS)

This £ 5.3 Million Mechanical and Electrical package adds to our extensive portfolio of office experience in and around the north west. It is a further project with Carillion and one where we can continue with our excellent working relationship and work alongside all the team to help deliver a very safe, reliable and quality service throughout the programme.

The appointment allows us to continue with a on-going recruitment and training of apprentices in all disciplines both craft and technical and the appointment is hugely exciting for us all.

Total Value – Mechanical and Electrical – £ 5.3 Million

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