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Neptune Wharf Fish Island Village, East London

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Client: Thomas Sinden 

Project Value: £7 Million

Pinnacle ESP were appointed by Thomas Sinden to provide MEPH technical design services for the Fish Island Village development.

 

The project comprises of 580 residential units in 20 blocks located in Queen Elizabeth Park, London. Pinnacle ESP’s scope was to provide the CAT A fitout design for the ground floor commercial spaces across 10 blocks.

 

The project posed challenges to seamlessly coordinate the existing building services running through the commercial spaces to serve the residential element above.

 

Pinnacle ESP worked closely with the architect and wider design team to deliver a scheme which provides a useable yet flexible working space across the multiple studio spaces over the 10 blocks.

 

The MEPH servicing strategy utilises the site wide heat network to provide the heating and domestic hot water to each studio via Heat Interface Units, whilst also giving the landlord the capability to individually monitor individual tenants consumption.

 

Ventilation to the spaces was provided through mechanical ventilation with heat recovery to reduce energy consumption. The scheme included a large multi-functional venue space which needed to cater for high volumes of occupancy without compromising thermal comfort and indoor air quality.

All spaces were surrounded with large double height glazed elements. To overcome overheating, active cooling was required, this was achieved through VRF thermal cooling, enabling instantaneous heating or cooling across all 10 blocks.

 

To achieve the Client’s desire to individually monitor tenant’s energy consumption, Pinnacle ESP provided the design for a site wide Building Energy Management System (BEMS). Allowing live monitoring and logging of the heating, cooling, ventilation and electrical consumption.

 

The overall scheme was successful in achieve an EPC rating of A across the commercial elements. 

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