This project included new mechanical services to the sales floor, the Deli, the Bakery, new customer Restaurant, new customer toilets, main sales floor air handling units, Pharmacy, Photoshop and the first aid room.
The works within the new customer Restaurant included air conditioning, general ventilation and kitchen ventilation systems. The main sales floor area was conditioned via four roof mounted gas-fired Lennox Air Handling Units, complete with new ductwork distribution system thermally insulated using the latest insulating methods. The new systems were controlled by a building management system provided by BAS Controls. The works within the Deli and Bakery area included new public services, ventilation, hot cold and gas installation.
The existing systems had to be fully removed whilst the store was operating which took detailed co-ordination and planning with the Store Manager.
Farrelly Building Services successfully tendered for the mechanical and electrical services to a 5 floor multi-occupancy office complex refurbishment.
The refurbishment included removal of all existing heating, cooling, lighting and power, with a phased installation of new systems that would not affect the day to day operation of the building occupants. The brief from WS Atkins was to provide building service systems that were environmentally friendly, aesthetically pleasing and economic to run. Within the design and engineering wings of the building, the M&E designer CB Richard Ellis were commissioned to design the services to give an “industrial” appearance which required a high level of co-ordination of both the design and installations to give a precise and pristine look. Exposed V.R.F fan coils, ductwork and warehouse type light fittings provided the style that our client was looking for to the extent they instructed a further wing of the building to be developed similarly.
Aligned to this “industrial” look there was a sophisticated level of control of the lighting and air conditioning systems. The fan coils connected to a range of Sanyo Gas Fired Condensers, ensuring the most cost effective energy usage. During the course of the project Sanyo developed an Energy Monitoring Control System that enabled the Building Manager to determine the energy usage down to individual fan coil units.
Hilton Hotels, Olympia
We carried out the strip out of existing fan coil units and replaced with new to phases 2 & 3. Phase 1 refurbishment of existing fan coil units.
Phase 1 included the upgrade of the BMS Control package.
Throughout the project the hotel stayed fully operational, we worked together with management to ensure minimum disruption to the hotel.
RAF High Wycombe
Farrelly have a framework agreement with Interserve/PriDE carrying out work on various MoD/Defense projects, the 8NO.
Cooling towers which are on going and have to be replaced two at a time have to be decommissioned and installed one at a time without any cause an effect to the operations of the existing air condition that serves the main bunker.
These projects are meticulously programmed and engineered with an emphasis on health and safety and non-destruction to the military base.
LUL High Barnet
This project at High Barnet for London Underground included new electrical and mechanical services to a newly built train crew accommodation building, including restaurant, kitchen, mess areas, train managers offices, toilets and shower areas.
Installation of mechanical and electrical services included ventilation, DX fridge VRF systems, LPHW heating system, domestic hot and cold water systems, sanitary ware, public health, power and lighting, CCTV, data, fire alarm, intruder alarm and disabled alarms.