Dunham-Bush has supplied Leopard fan coil units and BM fan convectors to the new V&A Dundee, an £80m international centre of design, which presents the brilliance of Scottish creativity alongside some of the best design from around the world.
Pride Park, home to 30,000 Derby County football fans, provides a warm and comfortable environment for spectators, particularly on match days, thanks to an installation of Reznor’s Nor-Ray-Vac heating system
Flexi Support Systems supported Genting Resorts World’s Sky Bar project in Birmingham. This is the first Genting leisure destination outside Europe. Genting UK owns and operates the centre and is part of the global business, Genting Group, head quartered in Malaysia.
Maintaining the correct pH balance at their lumpfish hatchery is very important to Dorset Cleanerfish. This specialist company nurtures these fish through their developmental stages, until they can be shipped to fish farms in Scotland to perform their real role of getting rid of the lice from salmon.
Elco Heating Solutions has supplied two Thision L ECO 70kW condensing gas boilers to the headquarters of Curver UK – the international company and European market leader in the production of home and leisure products.
Panasonic has worked in collaboration with architects, engineers and local crafts people to create an unfiltered, unique and comfortable luxury living experience in bubble style Domes to bring a 180-degree transparent window on nature.
Dunham-Bush Panther fan coil units have been installed in the new Square Kilometre Array Headquarters at Jodrell Bank in Cheshire. With 135 staff from around the world, the new HQ will be home to the inter-governmental organisation set up to build, manage and remotely monitor the operation of what is the world’s largest telescope, which is located at sites in South Africa and Western Australia.
Hattersley Hook-Up Elite Prime manifold assemblies have been selected by M&E contractor Integral UK for the heating and air conditioning system of the Newcastle University Learning and Teaching Centre.
William Grant started his Scottish whiskey distillery business in 1887. Today, this well-known brand is still a family run business, which has earned an enviable reputation for the quality of the spirits it produces and distributes internationally.