Project Type: Mechanical, Public Health CAT B Fit Out
Contractor: Komfort Services
Client: Bouygues UK
Value: £1.2 Million

Project Scope

This project involved the redesign and fit out of a large 6-floor office building. Slough Borough Council purchased 25 Windsor road – a 111,000 square foot office – and briefed their contractor to reconfigure it into a Category B office layout, incorporating a large Mayor’s Chamber on the ground floor. A significant part of our involvement related to air conditioning and ventilation.

The works included:

Relocation of existing VRV fan coil units Relocation & installation of new grilles Upgrade to existing heat recovery air handling units
Installation of a new 3 pipe heat recovery air conditioning system Supply & installation of dedicated air conditioning to server rooms A new building management system including headend
Modifications & extension of the supply & extract ventilation system Supply & installation of new heat recovery air handling units Hot & cold-water services

The Priory Approach

A combination of increased occupancy and new layout meant we needed to install extra mechanical ventilation and air conditioning. This included the relocation of existing units to suit new layouts as well as installing new units. The new layout included a dedicated server room on each floor, each of which required a separate cooling system.

The additional occupancy on the upper floors meant the building needed extra air handling units in addition to the upgrade of existing units. We collaborated with the contractor’s design team to ensure all areas would satisfy current regulations and fall within the cost plans.

“Komfort Services have worked with Priory for over twenty years and have personally got to know various members of their team.
They have carried out many multidisciplined projects over this period, from traditional to full design and build.
Priory have always had a proactive approach to any works that they have carried out and we would recommend them s as a friendly family run company.”