The Council’s offices, Town Hall and Civic centre are combined into one building of approximately 21,000 m2. The Town Hall was constructed in the mid 1970’s and much of the central plant and infrastructure are at the end of their operational life.
The existing cooling infrastructure consists of 2no Baltimore cooling towers located on the roof, 2no McQuay chillers and associated condense and chilled water pumps within the Basement (B2) plant areas. One chiller and a number of pumps are already out of service.
The intention is that the Council:
The project shall include for the replacement of the cooling towers, chillers, associated condense and chilled water primary and secondary pumps, associated equipment pipework and valves and the associated motor control panel. The installation shall be connected to the new Trend BMS currently being installed which replaces the original pneumatic controls system. The system shall be fully commissioned.
The project shall also include for all builders’ work (plant bases etc) and also make good, seal and painting of the plant room floors (blue) and walls (white) to leave the spaces in an acceptable operational standard. Provision of appropriate health and safety signage shall also be provided.