JS Wright to fit out affordable housing scheme

Published:  04 January, 2017

JS Wright

Building-services provider JS Wright has won a contract worth over £3.5 million for a striking new riverside development in east London. The design-and-build project is for 144 energy-efficient affordable homes in the second and third phases of New Union Wharf on the Isle of Dogs. It includes a CHP energy centre for the scheme of six blocks, which replaces an aging 1970s housing estate, for developer Hill.

Services include a heat interface unit in each apartment with pre-payment meter to deliver boosted hot-water services.

Other services include heat-recovery ventilation, underfloor heating, LPHW heating and domestic hot- and cold-water services for all apartments, which will be managed by East Thames Housing Group.



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