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11-12 Hanover Street

London, UK

Underfloor air conditioning and Nesite raised access flooring was supplied to this building in 2000 as part of a full refurbishment for Japanese developer, Taisei

Total Area

483 sq m

System
CAM-C Underfloor supply air, underfloor return air

2000 Refurbishment

Underfloor air conditioning and Nesite raised access flooring was supplied to this building in the year 2000 as part of a full refurbishment for Japanese developer, Taisei.

The building is situated in the heart of Mayfair in a prominent location on the corner of Hanover Street and Pollen Street and features floor to ceiling glazing, granting excellent natural light and a generous 2.7m floor to ceiling height.

5 CAM-C25 units and approximately 80 standard TU4 Fantiles are installed over the 5 floors.

Architect = D.E.G.W.

Consultant = Roger Preston

Main Contractor = M J Gleeson

M & E Contractor = F W Cook


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