Vaughan Engineering Scotland have completed the mechanical and electrical services installation to the New Dunfermline Museum and Art Gallery for BAM Construction. The new building extension has integrated with the original Dunfermline Carnegie Library and houses a museum over two floors, three temporary exhibition galleries, a café, a new children’s library and a local history, study and archive space. This challenging project was designed by Richard Murphy Architects with services design from Rybka Edinburgh.
As well as the installation of the traditional building services installations, specific feature lighting and conditioned museum spaces provided a sympathetic and seamless integration between the old and the new parts of the building. BMS control, new gas & electric supplies were brought in to serve the complete extended building with upgraded IT infrastructure.
This new important facility for Dunfermline and the surrounding local area was made possible by a Heritage Lottery Fund, Fife Council and The Carnegie Dunfermline Trust, and is due to open to the public in December 2016.
Main Contractor: BAM Construction UK
Vaughan Engineering Ltd have been successfully awarded the £1.6 million design and build mechanical and electrical installation package with repeat client Eric Wright Construction for the new Stockport Homes headquarters.
Situated within the heart of the town centre the four storey office block will be the new head office for the Stockport Homes team and will provide staff and customers with state of the art open plan office space, private interview rooms, meeting rooms, toilets and catering/refresh facilities.
Works commenced on September 2016 with completion due in May 2017.
Main Contractor: Eric Wright Construction
Vaughan Engineering Ltd are working in partnership with Bowmer & Kirkland to provide 350+ Luxury Student Accommodation units at Renny’s Lane in Durham.
Appointed on a Design & Build basis to provide all Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing works on this challenging city centre site.
Construction is underway, Services due to commence before the end of 2016 with completion planned for August 2017 ready for the next Academic Year.
Main Contractor: Bowmer & Kirkland
Vaughan Engineering Scotland have been awarded the contract to carry out the M&E services installation at ASN Grangemouth, a brand new secondary school in Falkirk for young people with additional support needs. The new £17.5 million school, which will replace the current Carrongrange School, is being built on land next to Moray Primary School in Grangemouth.
The school was designed by Morgan Sindall Professional Services and will be delivered by Ogilvie Construction.
Fifty per cent of the cost of the new school is being provided from the Scottish Government’s ‘Schools for the Future’ programme with the remainder coming from the council’s capital programme.
This new, state-of-the-art learning facility is due to open in August 2017.
Main Contractor: Ogilvie Construction
Vaughan Engineering North West have successfully completed the Chetham School of Music project for Sir Robert McAlpine. The works were handed over ahead of programme with Zero Defects on the 24th September 2016.
Electrical Works included all power & control cabling to the Theatre Lighting system, as well as an Emergency Lighting Central Battery System which was also linked to the Theatre Lighting Control. All Lighting throughout this project was LED for energy & maintenance saving.
Mechanical Works included a Passive Displacement Air Ventilation System. The Changing Room areas back stage had a completely new dedicated VRF system for Heating & Cooling, with an existing AHU brought in to service to provide Supply & Extract air. The Changing Rooms also had general Domestic services installed.
The project value is £1.085M.
The Vaughan Team on the project were Martin Clementson, Rod Dodson and Stuart Williamson.
Main Contractor: Sir Robert McAlpine
Vaughan Engineering North West have been appointed by Styles & Wood to deliver a 78 Bedroom easyHotel in Liverpool City Centre. The works include the design and installation of the mechanical engineering services, including VRF Heating & Cooling, Domestic Hot & Cold Water Systems and Ventilation Systems, providing energy efficient services that minimise operation and maintenance requirements whilst meeting and international hotel operators expectations and demands for a budget line hotel.
The project value is £678k
We are due to commence on site end of October 2016 with works being completed April 2017.
Main Contractor: Styles & Wood