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Avaya – 1000 Cathedral Hill

Guildford, UK

An excellent example of cooling atrium areas using underfloor air conditioning, removing the need for false or suspended ceilings to hide services ductwork

Total Area

286

System
CAM-C Underfloor supply air, underfloor return air

2001 | 2017 New Build Refurbishment

The Cathedral Hill campus in Guildford is a conglomerate of three buildings of approximately 1500 sq. m each.  AET originally supplied underfloor air conditioning to the 286 sq. m atrium area of Building 1000 in 2001.  The equipment comprised 1 x CAM-15 and 1 CAM-C25 downflow units and a total of 25 TU4 Fantiles to serve two zones in the atrium area.

In 2015-16, the three buildings were acquired by Ediston Real Estate and Europa Capital, the combined property totalling 15,000-20,000 sq.ft floorplates.  AET supplied like for like equipment to building 1000 as part of a full refurbishment of the space leased by Telecommunications giant, Avaya.  The new equipment all featuring EC fan technology for enhanced energy efficiency and a new Flexgateway communications module to interface with the house BMS.

2001

Architect: Waters Holgate

Consultant: Faber Maunsell

End User: Regus

Main Contractor: HBG

 

2017

Agent: Cushman & Wakefield

End User: Avaya

M&E Contractor: AMD Environmental

Main Contractor: Realys


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