Vital Energi has been awarded a £8.9m contract to provide the complete mechanical and electrical (M&E) infrastructure at Royal Warwick Square
The M&E work will involve the completion of the entire shell and core build-out for 127 apartments, leisure facilities including a gym and pool, and the double basement car park at Royal Warwick Square.
It will also encompass the installation of the low temperature hot water, chilled water, boosted cold water and low voltage distribution systems from the basement plant rooms to each apartment.
All domestic hot and cold water services and heating and cooling systems will also be installed by Vital Energi to each property, the leisure suite and communal areas.
Each apartment will also benefit from the installation of its own heat interface unit (HIU) to distribute the heating and cooling supply to each property.
Rob Callaghan, regional director for Vital Energi, said: “This is the second project we have worked on at Royal Warwick Square after we won the scheme to expand the existing energy centre to cater for additional demand from 6 new residential blocks, which has seen us install two boilers, a 210 kWe CHP engine and a new chilled plant room, along with low temperature hot water, chilled water and low voltage connections to the blocks.
“Our knowledge and experience of the site has put us in the best possible position to successfully deliver the comprehensive mechanical and electrical infrastructure for two of the blocks to ensure they are ready for client handover.”
Royal Warwick Square is a collection of 1, 2- and 3-bedroom properties with private leisure facilities in the Royal Borough of Chelsea and Kensington.
Work is expected to be complete by February 2021.