Addingtons Special Education Needs School - Reading

This £13.5m special education needs school in Wokingham allows 203 pupils, aged from three to 19 years old, to benefit from a hydrotherapy and sensory pool, multi-sensory suites, a gym, football pitch, specialist science, art, music, ICT and drama classrooms and physiotherapy, speech and language and medical areas.

The new building consists of two floors and a roof top plant area.  Auxilium provided a full turnkey consultancy package for our client Crown House Technologies.  This included a full architectural 3D model of the building structure to form the basis of the mechanical, electrical and public health design.

The systems included intelligent lighting, LV power, mixed mode ventilation, underfloor heating, air conditioning, pool hall ventilation, public health services, open protocol BMS, CCTV, access control, fire alarm, external lighting, HV power & utilities.

Upon completion of our design we produced fully coordinated 3D models of the building services which we then developed into fully dimensioned working drawings.  This process produced significant savings in time and greater levels of cost certainty.  Trades were able to work independently due to the coordination information provided to them.  This process was critical due to restricted ceiling voids as low as 300mm in places.

Project Summary
M&E Services Value: £2.4m
Sector: Education
Services Provided: M&E Design & 3D Coordination
Client: Crown House Technologies
Main Contractor: Balfour Beatty

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