The Glasshouse, which features 94 apartments showcases the finest accommodation that Hull city centre has to offer. The site is equipped with 105 car parking spaces making this ideal city centre accommodation. Occupants can expect high spec finishes, a cinema room, lightning broadband, a fully equipped gym, a co-working space and much more.
The basement features advanced mechanical ventilation systems, heating and cooling for the state of the art gym, cinema room and resident’s dining room.
Sutcliffe Consulting Engineers provided a full detailed design of the Mechanical and Electrical services and undertook supervision of the installations. We have also undertaken the energy performance calculations for each apartment to comply with building regulations. The building services scope has included a full refurbishment of Mechanical and Electrical services.
Each apartment is equipped with LED Lighting, modern power sockets (USB compliant), modern programmable heating systems, and much more. The site also features Photovoltaic cells located on the roof of the new duplex apartments.
The Chocolate Works is a residential development of luxury apartments and townhouses adjacent to York Racecourse. Sutcliffe Consulting Engineers have assisted on the development of several blocks.
We have provided the full M&E design including heating, plumbing, lighting, power, fire alarm etc. for the apartments, townhouses and landlord areas. By using a different variety of systems, depending on the criteria of the applicate, cost effective solutions for the M&E Services were agreed without compromising quality.
Sutcliffe Consulting Engineers were appointed to undertake the Mechanical and Electrical design for the scheme of 41 dwellings in Hull. This included 23 flats, both 1 and 2 bed, and 18 townhouses. The housing community is on the site of the former Goodwin HQ. All of the flats and houses exceed the required HCA space standards. The site has been architecturally designed with a stepped profile rising from 2 to 4 storeys form the south to the north, this allows daylight to penetrate all of the accommodation, private gardens and a central shared food growing courtyard.