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The transformation of a landmark office building in the centre of Glasgow has provided the city with much-needed grade A office space, using air distribution products by Waterloo Air Products Ltd.
As the country moves into the next phase of the pandemic, the work of building services firms will be more important than ever, according to Waterloo Managing Director Russell Shenton.
Ventilation specialist Vortice, has long been supplying air handling units for the food, leisure, medical and pharmaceutical sectors.
The home entertainment specialist has been shortlisted for a CEDIA award for its cinema installation featuring the first-ever deployment of a Barrisol Clim stretch ceiling in the UK.
There is an innovative way to make air as fresh as possible within educational buildings, and thus achieve compliance with Government guidelines(*).
Ventilation specialist Vortice has long been supplying air handling units for the food, leisure and the medical and pharmaceutical sectors, but if Covid-19 has taught us anything, it is the vital importance of clean, fresh, filtered indoor air for our health and wellbeing.
A new product has been released to help check individuals’ temperatures as they enter a public space. The Health Check Station by Contour Heating has been designed to help control the spread of infection in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Waterloo Team continue to fully support UK Construction as contractors find ways to meet social distancing measures enabling them to re-open sites.
AET Flexible Space, leading provider of underfloor air conditioning has returned to 33 Glasshouse Street in London to complete Cat-B fit-out works on the 2nd, 3rd and 5th floors for one of the world’s leading tech giants. The stunning 52,000ft². building has recently undergone full structural reconfiguration and refurbishment, features a Grade II Listed façade and is located in a prominent position looking over Regent Street and Soho.