We are very proud to have been MEP Services Engineering Consultants for Coed Pella which won the ‘Regeneration’ category last night at the RICS Awards 2019, Wales.
Andrew Carrington from our team attended the event to support the project and our client Muse Developments: “It has been a privilege to work on such a landmark scheme to provide key regeneration benefits to one of North Wales’ largest towns.”
“RICS judges said the team behind the project had created a state-of-the-art civic complex, relocating significant numbers of staff, and ultimately helping improve the number of businesses establishing in the town centre, with declining vacancy rates”.
Congratulations to all the winners and those shortlisted on the evening.
Good luck to Coed Pella – Conwy County Borough Council’s new civic offices which are shortlisted for the ‘Design Through Innovation’ and ‘Regeneration’ award categories at the RICS Awards 2019 for the Wales region.
We are very proud to have been MEP Services Engineering Consultants for the new office building, developed in partnership between Muse Developments and Conwy County Borough Council. The 100,000 sq ft office building, which is BREEAM Excellent with an A rated Energy Performance Certificate will enable the Council to streamline and modernise their functions.
Andrew Carrington from our team will be attending the event in Cardiff on Wednesday 1st May in support of the project and our client Muse Developments. “It has been a privilege to work on such a landmark scheme to provide key regeneration benefits to one of North Wales’ largest towns.”
Conwy County Borough Council’s New Offices Central Atrium
The BREEAM ‘Excellent,’ ‘A’ rated Energy Performance Certificate building has been designed to include passive design measures that will reduce carbon emissions and energy consumption including enhanced insulation to the building envelope and engineered facade design.
The glazed proportion of the building façade and the central atrium maximizes natural daylight to offset the demand for lighting whilst at the same time high performance glazing minimizes thermal losses. To further reduce carbon emissions and energy consumption, the building’s heating and cooling is produced via air source heat pumps, highly efficient LED lighting and roof mounted photovoltaic arrays.
The four storey, 100,000 sq ft office building, said to be the largest development of it’s type in North Wales, will now be home to approximately 780 Conwy County Borough Council’s workers. It has enabled the council to operate more efficiently and improve services for customers by consolidating staff and services into fewer sites.
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