The Keyes Building, Kings School Worcester

J Tomlinson were successful in securing the design and installation of the Mechanical and Electrical (M&E) services including renewable technologies, for a new school building at the privately funded, King’s School in Worcester.

Scope

Mechanical and Electrical (M&E) Design and Installation to a new Sports and Performing Arts Centre - ‘THE SPACE’

Client

The Kings School, Worcester

Main Contractor

Kier Construction

Value

£1.3m

Architect

Associated Architects

Consultant

Leeds Environmental Design Associates

Key Features

• Passivhaus Level 1 Project including; Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) and Feed in Tariff (FIT) schemes
• BREEAM ‘Excellent’
• Bespoke electrical and lighting installation
• Biomass Boiler and Heating System
• Building Management System (BMS)

Project Background

The new sports and performing arts centre, which also included a new Sixth Form block, has dramatically improved the sports and general facilities available at the school for students and teaching staff.

J Tomlinson’s solution involved the design and installation of all associated mechanical and electrical building services, while also carrying out the bespoke installation of energy efficiency technologies in line with Passivhaus standards. These included a wood pellet biomass boiler and heating system, LED lighting, a large array of Solar PV, rainwater harvesting system and a new building management system. The project qualified for the Government RHI and FIT schemes providing long term benefits to the school.