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29-35 Great Portland Street, London

Refurbishment & facade replacement of existing building in Central London to provide high quality speculative office accommodation.  The multi-tenant, contemporary, offices shall have exposed fabric and services therefore M & E design needs to carefully co-ordinated with the architects & have high energy efficient performance.

Delta Green initially undertook the thermal modelling working in conjunction with Ben Adams Architects to understand the window design and to minimise overheating within the occupied areas.

The building was provided with air source heat pumps designed to allow for the building to be split into multiple tenancies.

The architect was keen to develop an exposed services solution.  As such services and their installation were carefully detailed and co-ordinated.

The design was further complicated by the ground (and basement) retail tenant remaining in occupation throughout the works.

Lighting was very important, with LED lighting being used throughout, linked to daylight dimming controllers and occupant detectors.

Great Portland Street was completed late 2015.

Bridge Cottage, Uckfield

Bridge Cottage is an example of a Wealden Hall House.  It was originally built to a relatively high architectural standard in about 1436 although modified over the last six centuries.  The building is Grade 2 Listed.  Its refurbishment was funded by a Heritage and Lottery Grant.

The clients brief was to provide modern servicable environment to suit the new business plan which includes use as a wedding venue, conference centre and community hub.

Delta Green undertook specialist thermal modelling to inform the design spaces, to ensure overheating was avoided particularly when the building was to be densely occupied.
Delta Green undertook the detailed design and specification of the property which incorporates a ground source heat pump system.

Heat was supplied utilising an underfloor heating system within the solid ground floor and other forms of heat emitters at upper levels, designed to enhance the efficiency of the central plant.

LED lighting was utilised thoughout.

Bridge Cottage was completed in Spring 2016