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Kane secures MEP Contract at Battersea Power Station Residential Scheme

21 Jan 2021

Kane have secured an £8.7 million contract with Ardmore to deliver the MEP installation at Battersea Power Station Residential Scheme.

The 21-month contract which has recently commenced on site consists of 386 residential units contained within 7 blocks. The dwellings will facilitate 232 apartments which will be used for Social tenure with the remaining 136 used for shared ownership.

Kane will deliver a District Heating Network on the scheme; a temporary packaged plant room complete with gas fired boilers will be installed until the connection is ready to go live. The temporary plant room will be prefabricated off-site at Kane’s in-house prefabrication workshop. Works will also include 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 include 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 will be generated instantaneously through the apartment Heat Interface Unit.

Kane are delighted to have secured this MEP residential scheme on behalf of our Client, Ardmore. We will utilise our in-house prefabrication expertise to deliver off-site construction solutions on this project. Our experienced project team look forward to working on this landmark project.

Cathal McMullan
Managing Director
Battersea

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