Building Management System Installation (BMS) for the Gladstone Conservatory.
The Gladstone Conservatory is a Grade II listed Glass House located in Stanley Park, Liverpool.
As part of a £25 million regeneration project to Stanley Park the derelict conservatory was to be refurbished into a contemporary function Suite on the upper ground floor with a public area and cafe on the lower ground floor. Kimpton were contracted to design and install all the mechanical services to the restored structure.
As the entire structure needed to be dismantled and rebuilt including replacement of all the glass in the conservatory, the project involved a complicated build programme that needed to be adhered to.
Via careful scheduling with the other trades involved in the project, Kimpton successfully installed the essential domestic water and HVAC services, including auto opening windows to the entire structure which were then linked to a Building Management System (BMS).
The BMS allows the building owners to control and monitor the mechanical equipment via a computer based system to manage the environment within the structure to optimum levels.
“Through a combination of extensive experience, in-depth knowledge and an excellent level of communication, Kimpton ensured their part of this project was completed precisely. A competent team to deal with, they also assisted us with advice and interfacing with trades outside of their specified involvement in the project, going above and beyond to assist in the smooth running of the project as a whole”.
Ray Birch, DCT Civil Engineering