London Mayor Sadiq Khan officially opened a new £600,000 gallery and exhibition which Ingleton Wood helped to transform to highlight outstanding student work at City Lit adult education college.
The Practice provided the building services infrastructure to enable the refurbishment of the Keeley Street adult education college in London’s Holborn.
We were involved in the crucial technical design and specifications for services including heating, cooling, ventilation, power, lighting, data, and enabling audio-visual technology.
The Practice was also responsible for providing advice on energy efficiency, sustainable and life-cycle choices on the mechanical and engineering design, and installations to ensure it was compliant with the Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM).
BREEAM is the world’s leading sustainability assessment method for master planning projects, infrastructure and buildings and Ingleton Wood is a qualified BREEAM assessor.
The project was funded by the Mayor’s capital investment programme. Senior Building Services Engineer, Peter Knox, said: “The project took about a year to get to this stage, so it was nice to be there when the Mayor of London officially opened the refurbished gallery.”
London Mayor Sadiq Khan with City Lit’s Principal and CEO Mark Malcomson