Comserve in the news at 'Daily Telegraph'

Comserve

Building-services contractor Comserve has completed a major heating and cooling installation at the offices of the Daily Telegraph in London’s Buckingham Palace Road where 250 journalists work. BSRIA was commissioned to carry out room modelling and CFD to develop a system to provide more defined temperature delivery in the spaced using a custom-designed control system.

Comserve also commissioned the design and build of lightweight step-over platforms (illustrated) to provide good maintenance access while minimising the impact of the new system on the aesthetics of the interior of the building.

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