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    Arundel House Student Accommodation

    Client: Watkin Jones
    Project Value: £1.9m
    Project Completion: April 2019
    Project Manager: Dave Gore


    Built on the site of the original Coventry Boys and Girls Club, Arundel House is a two-tower student accommodation project, delivering over 700 student beds. It’s in an excellent location, just a few minutes walk from Coventry University and close enough to Warwick university to be a simple commute using public transport.

    Designed by the architects O’Connell East, who have created a number of student accommodation projects, the striking towers face each other, one with a saw tooth design on the inward facade to help capture light into the living spaces./ The facades are clad in a striking Corium Brick Cladding system and Anvil Metal Cladding panels from Taylor Maxwell.

    Arundel House Student Accommodation - Between the towers at Whitefriars Coventry with HVAC by Kimpton

    Our role was to complete all of the heating, ventilation, Hot and cold water services throughout.

    In addition, there was a CHP installed as well as air conditioning for the management and IT suites. For additional safety, there is a dry riser and full sprinkler system to all areas.

    A BMS controls the whole building and we provided all of the electrical works for this too.

    The final element was all of the above-ground drainage and rainwater collection. In a building of this scale, this is a significant job in its own right.

    Distant view of Arundel House Student Accommodation - Whitefriars Coventry with HVAC by Kimpton

    Images used with thanks to Taylor Maxwell

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