Hedon MSC Awarded to GW Power

By August 23, 2018 Uncategorized No Comments
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GW Power have now started work on the Mechanical and Electrical installation at Hedon’s library which is now closed for a £600,000 restoration. The project comprises of a full refurbishment of the existing structure and re-modelling to create a combined library, CSC and adult social services day care. A small single storey extension to the rear is also being constructed for a drop-in office space.

Working together with Geo. Houlton the locally based Main Contractor, GW Power are providing a full M&E solution including:-

Mechanical
– BMS & Controls
– Above Ground Drainage
– Plumbing & Heating
– Hot & Cold Water Services
– Ventilation Ductwork
– Insulation
– Water Flushing & Chlorination
– Water Heaters
– Gas Services
– Plant Room Installation

Electrical
– Solar PV System
– Mains & Distribution
– Power in Floor Pods and New Dado Trunking
– Lighting with energy saving intelligent controls with daylight dimming sensors and presence detection.
– Fire, Intruder & Disabled Alarms
– Data Cabling including Computer Network, Fibre Optic and WIFI access
– CCTV & Access Control System

Luke Howlett, Estimator at GW Power said “It’s good that as a locally based contractor, we are involved in a project that is so important to our own local community. We can’t wait to see the finished project and we are planning a follow up news item along with before and after images”.

The East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s new Multi Service Centre will re-open in 2019 following the refurbishment. The library has now temporarily moved modular building located in the Church Lane Car Park, off Church Lane whilst the works are carried out. The completed Centre will have some new features such as:-

– New Extension
– Computer Suite
– Office Space
– Qmatic Queueing System
– Childrens Area
– Automated Payment Machine
– Self Service Kiosks
– Self Issue Points
– New Lift
– Activity Area
– IT Area

Don’t forget to check back to see the follow up News on the completion of the project.

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