Robert Whetham were one of the ingredients to success in the development of new kitchens and lecture rooms at Manchester Metropolitan University.
The University was involved in a relatively complex relocation and new build project which involved new kitchens in Cavendish Building, relocation of their ‘A4 and more’ stores to make way for the new kitchens, refurbishment of the lecture rooms in the Business School, the relocation of the language laboratories in the Geoffrey Manton building and finally enabling works in the Grosvenor Building to make way for the Mabel Tycote building to be demolished. The total project costed around £1.0m.
Robert Whetham and Associates were commissioned by Gardiner & Theobald as their M&E Consultant, to carry out the detailed design of the mechanical and electrical services on their behalf. The design included provision of LED lighting and controls, incoming electrical supplies, heating, ventilation systems, AV systems, data systems, and fire alarm systems. The facilities were designed to comply building regulations guidelines.
The project was started in early summer 2016 and was completed in early Autumn 2016.