Imperial College London - Library Phase 2

Refurbishment of the Imperial College of London’s Library at the Kensington campus

Project Stats

Duration
18 weeks
Value
£6.8million
Size
10,334 sq ft
Sector
Education

Project Story

We proudly completed the second phase of the library refurbishments which included the ventilation system on floors 2 to 5, along with associated remedial repairs.

The works included the strip out of the existing services and finishes and the replacement of the transformer, including the extension of the existing enclosure and formation of the new light well and vent area with full steelwork that could be able to support the roof area.

We also built a new plant room, to be positioned at roof level, to include a chiller, air handling units and pumps with associated pipework and cabling. Finally, we worked on the formation of an acoustic roof plant enclosure to provide soundproofing.
Project Outcomes
  • Soundproofing to all floors to enable students to study
  • Competed project on a live site with limited noisy hours
  • Accommodated project works around exam period

Project Team

Tom McEvoy × Director of Operations
Stephen Hyde × Principal Sales & Marketing Manager
Consultant team
Architect: IBI
Project Manager: Turner & Townsend
Cost Consultant: Arcadis
Services Engineer: Jacobs

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