Hager contract reaches greater heights in Yorkshire project

Sub-distribution boards for Bridgewater Place in Leeds were supplied by Hager.
Contractor Shepherd Engineering Services has used Hager’s sub-distribution boards for the tallest building in Yorkshire, Bridgewater Place in Leeds. This 32-storey building has 21 800 m2 of office space. Hager has supplied TP&N and SP&N boards for all the offices. Panelboards tap off the rising busbar as the main board on each floor. These in turn feed TP&N and SP&N boards for local circuit protection. The boards provide circuit protection and metering for all the landlord supplies and tenant lighting and power. Metering enables the landlord to accurately charge tenants for the electricity they consume and also measure energy consumption. Ashley Rawson, senior project engineer with SES comments, ‘The scale of this project was immense. The building was always going to have multiple tenants, so the sub-distribution and metering solutions had to be flexible to meet these needs.’
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