Kane was awarded by Ardmore to deliver the full MEP Installation at Battersea Power Station Residential Scheme, situated on the banks of the River Thames.
The 21-month contract included the MEP installation to 386 residential units contained within 7 blocks. The units included apartments which will be used for social tenure and shared ownership.
Kane delivered a District Heating Network on the scheme; installing a temporary packaged plant room complete with gas fired boilers which was used until the connection is ready to go live. The temporary plant room was prefabricated off-site at Kane’s in-house prefabrication workshop. Works also included a cold-water storage plantroom, wet and dry riser systems, MVHR units and space heating within all apartments, served by radiators pipe via a manifold system.
Further works included the full Public Health installation throughout the project, consisting of all above ground foul and rainwater pipework and domestic cold-water system, served by a single cold-water storage tank and booster sets. Hot water requirements within each dwelling are generated instantaneously through the apartment Heat Interface Unit.
The MEP works package included:
- Boosted cold water distribution
- Commercial and residential sprinkler systems
- Wet riser system
- Low Temperature Hot Water (LTHW) system including gas boilers and prefabricated modular plant room