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Jaguar Land Rover Manufacturing Plant

Staffordshire, UK

AET Fantiles with additional electric trim heaters offered the same performance as trench heating system, but with much greater flexibility.

Total Area

1274 sq m

System
CAM-C Underfloor supply air, underfloor return air

2016 New Build

The new building is part of JLR’s manufacturing expansion plans adding to the £500 million engine plant on the i54 Business Park, opened at the end of 2014.

The initial HVAC brief specified trench heating for the perimeter areas of the office facilities.  M&E specialists NG Bailey were satisfied that AET Fantiles with additional electric trim heaters could offer the same performance, but with greater flexibility than the trench heating system.  This fitted nicely with Jaguar Land Rover’s outline strategy to create a transformational working environment, providing a showcase for environmental sustainability.

The building is expected to achieve BREEAM Excellent.

Architect – Associated Architects
Client – Jaguar Land Rover
Consultant – Arup
M&E Consultant – NG Bailey


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