Sutcliffe Consulting Engineers were appointed to undertake the Mechanical and Electrical design for this prestigious scheme. As part of the Hull City of Culture 2017 developments, Holy Trinity Church received a £4.5M investment to transform the building into both a place of worship and a place for creative arts. It became Hull Minster.
The design included underfloor heating and trench heating whilst maintaining authentic features of this Grade I listed building. This will provide a huge difference to the atmosphere by creating a warm place to retreat.
In regards to Electrical services, Sutcliffe Consulting have designed the back of house lighting, a new fire alarm system, new intruder alarm and mains distribution with limited intrusion to the church.
Conversion of the existing laundry facility at the Abbey into an industrial sized brewery. New electricity and water infrastructure was required to facilitate the additional demand from the brewery. Sutcliffe Consulting Engineers were appointed to undertake Mechanical and Electrical design of the project.
We worked closely with a German brewery engineering company (Joh. Albrecht) to provide the required electrical and mechanical services to the specialist equipment.
The area was also refurbished to provide a clean working environment, complete with new IP65 rated luminaires, industrial sockets, ventilation and LTHW unit heaters.
Full Refurbishment of Riverside House 11-12 Nelson Street into a modern office environment. The redeveloped building consists of conference rooms and office spaces designed with air conditioning and heat recovery ventilation. It is a very large open plan office area, and the first floor is served by air conditioning and natural ventilation.
The second floor compromises of an open plan office area with ancillary areas such as WC and corridors. These are served by a refurbished existing gas fired condensing boiler, and connected to new heating circuits and radiators. These offices boast modern WC, Shower and kitchen facilities and the majority of hot water services are served by the existing boilers.
New LED Lighting was proposed throughout the scheme which is operated by PIR on/off sensors to ancillary areas, and dimming to office spaces.