The former building was completed in the 1960s and was used by the City of London Police as a section house until 2011. Leading Developer Taylor Wimpey appointed McAleer & Rushe for this redevelopment who in turn appointed William Coates as their Mechanical delivery partner for this new luxury residential redevelopment.
This high-quality redevelopment in the city of London was designed to provide a collection of 99 studio, 1, 2- and 3-bedroom premium apartments ranging from 500 -1300 sq. ft with resale value of between £700k-£2m. All the units feature contemporary finishes, hardwood flooring and underfloor heating.
Residents' at The Denizen get access to a host of exceptional amenities including a games room, cinema, study, pocket park and 24-hour concierge.
Mechanical works where completed throughout the 10-7 storey residential buildings accounting for £3.8m of the overall £24m construction value for this prestigious project.
All mechanical drawings where produced via a BIM model allowing delivery efficiencies in relation to the installations including identifying unnecessary clash detection and the production of digitalised O&M information.
Mechanical Services Installed on the Denizen include;
- LPHW Heating installation
- Plumbing services installation
- Heat Recovery Installation
- Mechanical Ventilation installation
- Smoke Vent Installation
- Airconditioning installation
- Plant Controls and Cabling