Project: Wild Place Project, Bristol
Client: Barton Willmore LLP
We were excited to be involved with this project to develop a classroom next to a brand-new bear enclosure at the Wild Place Project, it is the only one of its kind in the UK. The new enclosure will offer a 180° panoramic viewpoint with floor-to-ceiling glass windows, accompanied by a 700m walkway rising to heights of 4m.
Barton Willmore LLP appointed us to provide Energy Services for a multi-purpose classroom located in the woodland, this included the Design EPC, U-Value Calculations and BRUKL Report.
Project: Wild by Tart, London
Client: Tart Ltd
The development at Eccleston Yard in London’s Belgravia, consists of a building which was transformed into a multipurpose facility which now contains a stylish bar, deli, retail units, event space and photography studio, whilst retaining its 19th century arch-roof structure.
We provided Energy Consultancy services and Cook Brown Building Control provided Building Control services throughout the project’s transformation.
Project: Music Centre, Bristol
Client: dBs Music
We were appointed by our client to provide Energy Consultancy services for the first Fit Out Works to form a state-of-the art Music Production Centre in Bristol. dBs Music is a purpose-built music technology further education specialist facility which is a hub for creative types of all disciplines.
Project: Spicers Unit, Kingsland Trading Estate, Bristol
Client: Unit DX
We were appointed by Unit DX to provide consultancy services during the pre-planning phase of their conversion project. The existing warehouse on Kingsland Trading Estate in Bristol is to be converted into a multi-unit laboratory facility for science companies.
We provided the Energy and Sustainability Statement to enable the project to progress through the planning stage and will provide the energy assessments required at completion of the project.
Project: Castlemead, Bristol
Client: Knight Frank
We were involved in the construction of new highly glazed Entrance extension to an Office Building in Bristol. We conducted an overheating risk analysis of the proposed design and provided calculations and justification for the excessive glazing as per the guidance in Approved Document L2B.