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
The Weighbridge Building, Marlow
Refurbished in 2000, the underfloor air conditioning system has allowed the historic timber beams to be retained, offering a unique contemporary office space with historical features.Refurbishment
The final project of a series of buildings commissioned by airports developer BAA Lynton and reviewed under the Egan initiative, Endeavour house is a replica of the First Point building at Gatwick airport and of the World Business Centre at Heathrow.New Build
169 Union Street
The four storey red brick building dates back to 1905 and originally served as a Royal Mail sorting office. Underfloor air conditioning was specified to overcome restrictive height limitations common in older stock buildings.Refurbishment
The redevelopment by Helical Barr created 52,000 sq ft speculative office space with underfloor air conditioning allowing flexibility for future division.