Posted by HVAC on 13th July 2016
The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea.
The Tabernacle had received complaints from local residents regarding the noise and odour from the existing kitchen ventilation system. HVAC was commissioned by The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea to review the existing system and to design a solution. After the initial dilapidation report HVAC gained full planning consent for the scheme as a new plant enclosure had to be installed to house the new larger equipment. Structural steelwork supports were designed together with acoustic panels and finally powder coated cladding to match the existing building façade.
HVAC completed the initial review, gain planning consent and finally fully designed, manufactured, installed and project managed the whole of the kitchen ventilation upgrade project including a full CDM compliance package. The work was completed over just 3 weeks utilising our approved supply chain & in-house staff to complete electrics, controls, electro-static & carbon filtration, acoustics and specialist steelwork installation with powder coated cladding.
“Once the scope was agreed, HVAC took complete ownership of the project and delivered a first class result, from deign all the way to a successful handover with demonstration and record manuals. The attention to detail, planning and communication was excellent throughout and I look forward to working with Ian and the team very soon.”
Mr P. Castello – Amey FM on behalf of Kensington & Chelsea Borough Council.