Building services firm secures deal for boutique Bristol development

Property & Construction | South West
Tempus development, Whiteladies Road

The Bristol office of building services provider J S Wright, have secured the mechanical and electrical services contract for a new boutique housing development at Whiteladies Road in Clifton.

The M&E specialist, which operates from Henbury Road in Westbury-on Trym, is to design and build the heating, ventilation, lighting and security services for the four-storey Tempus scheme located amongst Clifton’s historic Georgian terraces.

J S Wright, which is headquartered in Birmingham, has already started work on site supporting Bridgwater construction company Pollard on the Galliard Homes development, which comprises 14 luxury apartments and two penthouses and a ground floor that will provide the space for a Marks & Spencer store.

The five-month £450,000 contract, scheduled for completion in June, includes supplying and installing a cost-effective and energy efficient wall-mounted gas-fired combination boiler along with gas services within each apartment to provide water heating and central heating through sectional radiators.

J S Wright will also supply and install a packaged water storage and booster set to provide cold water to each apartment, sanitary ware, and a mechanical extract ventilation system for all kitchens and bathrooms.

In addition, the company will install low voltage power distribution throughout the development, along with energy efficient LED lighting – controlled in landlord areas by presence detectors – and energy efficient dimmer switches in all bedrooms.

It will also install TV distribution, video entry control and fire alarm systems, as well as small power services for applications including light and shaver sockets in bedroom vanity units.

Marcus Aniol, J S Wright Managing Director, said: “We are delighted to be able to provide the skills and expertise from our Bristol and head offices to help make the city an even more desirable place in which to live.”

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