In our latest project, which is at commissioning stage, AET have continued to offer us a high level of technical engineering support throughout the design and installation.
Stuart Lyell, Managing Director, Allied London
2,300 sq m
SystemCAM-C system integrated with 2-pipe heat pumps Underfloor supply air, underfloor return air
Underfloor air conditioning and a bespoke Teak covered raised access floor by Nesite was specified for the height restricted redevelopment of this prestigious Mayfair accommodation. The works comprised a full internal strip out to the core, demolition of structural partition walls, removal of redundant mechanical and electrical services and plant, removal and re-cladding of the facade, installation of new M&E services, plant and lift.
AET supplied CAM-C downflow units and slimline TUS-EC fantiles designed to be used in very shallow floor voids. The system utilises the latest Flexgateway for Modbus communications module and controls are fully integrated with the 2-pipe heat pumps located externally on platforms adjacent to each floor.
Architect – Denton Corker Marshall
Consultant – Waterman
Developer – Allied London
M & E Contractor – ARJ Construction
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