Last updated August 2019
Trinity has been chosen to provide planning, design and installation of HVAC on the new landmark headquarters for growing national company Aico Ltd.
Aico, a market leader in domestic fire and carbon monoxide (CO) detection, plans to move into the six acre Oswestry site in September and increase its workforce by ten to fifteen percent. Aico is expecting to increase its annual turnover to £150m within the next five years.
Trinity is responsible for the planning, design and installation of systems including the air conditioning and heating systems.
Aaron Evans, Contracts Manager at Trinity said: “We are very proud and excited to have been awarded this major project, especially being in partnership with highly regarded Shrewsbury-based Morris Property who are leading the build. We are looking forward to delivering our part of the project on time and within budget.”
MEP engineering contractor Trinity, in conjunction with group company Butco Heating, has recently completed a major contract on the new Bridgnorth Station. Trinity were working for the main contractor, Iris Construction Projects, who are based in Ludlow, Shropshire.
The Trinity contract involved supplying preliminary planning, design and drawings for the mechanical services, heating, ventilation, plumbing and drainage.
Working over many months, the contract was delivered on time and on budget for the completely new building, which is in keeping with early 1900’s architecture and has exposed, polished copper pipes in all the lavatories. Important facilities include a restaurant, rest room, kitchen and bar, together with a separate food storage building.
Iris Construction, who specialise in the commercial, education and residential sectors, were very pleased with the result and have already started working with Butco on other projects.
One of the many hotel groups where we maintain all the electrical systems, including alarms, lighting and security is the Hyatt Hotel in Birmingham.
Butco Electrical, part of the Trinity Group carries out both reactive and planned maintenance plus refurbishment and new installations where required.
The Trinity torpedoes combined with their sister company's Butco Buccaneers, entered as one of the 27 teams at the Rotary Club Wolverhampton Event at Himley Hall last Sunday.
Although Trinity were not in the finals, a good time was had by all in their three races and, more importantly, managed to stay dry!
The event drew crowds of some 12,000 people and was aimed at raising funds for around 30 charities including Birmingham Cancer Research projects.
For more information, click here to go to the event website.
Trinity supplied the electrical services for an extension to an existing two storey office block for Citizen Machines, built to form a new industrial showroom.
Client: Citizen Machines, Brierley Hill, West Midlands
Main Contractor: Interclass PLC
Services Consultants: Bennett Williams
Architects: Malcolm Payne Group
The electrical services provided by Trinity were:
• Electrical design
• Liaison with WPD for the upgrade and relocation of the electrical incoming supply
• Installation of new main MCCB panel board
• Installation of new local distribution boards for lighting, power and mechanical services
• Installation of new LED lighting including High Bay lighting scheme
• Installation of 160amp busbar system to service the clients machines
• Installation of various single & three phase supplies
• CAT6 Data installation
• Extension of the existing services for the following:
- Fire alarm
- Intruder alarm
- Access Control
- Lightning Protection
• External services as follows:
- Car Park Lighting
- Bollard lighting to walkways
- Low Level flood lighting to building elevations
- Electric Car Charging Points
Trinity Heat Care and sister company Butco Heating are each entering a team, the Trinity Torpedoes and the Butco Buccaneers, into The Annual Dragon Boat Challenge on the Great Lake at Himley Hall. Organised by The Rotary Club of Wolverhampton, the event is all about having fun and raising money for charitable causes whilst trying not to get too wet!
Himley Hall and Park is 4 miles from Dudley, DY3 4DF. Quite apart from it being a fantastic day out for the teams of competitors, it has also become a thoroughly enjoyable spectator sport and family day out for around 2,000 people. The first race starts at 10.30 am and each team will race a minimum of three races during the heats.
All money raised by the event will go to Birmingham Cancer Research and the Rotary Charitable Trust, so come along, have some fun while supporting some very worthwhile causes.
Jim Gillespie House
Trinity secured works at Jim Gillespie House, a Care Home in Rugby which will remain occupied throughout the construction period. The project started in October 2018 and is on schedule to be completed at the end of April 2019.
The aim of the project is to:
• Replace existing boilers and hot water generators with new centralised plant.
• Replace all existing domestic cold water and hot water (flow and return) pipework with new.
• Replace all existing flow and return LTHW heating pipework and radiators with new.
• Strip-out disused domestic water, heating and gas pipe work and associated equipment such as feed and expansion tanks and cold water storage tanks.
Trinity won the contract to design and install all new HVAC and plumbing services for a JLR Showroom in Huddersfield.
This comprehensive installation of plant and equipment will be completed within a in seven month period ending in May 2019, on time and on budget.
The pictures show a site visit to JLR Huddersfield with first fix well underway.
Lower Hall, in Shropshire
Earlier this year the new owner of a Grade II listed Tudor house ordered a completely new heating system.
Lower Hall in the village of Worfield, Shropshire built in circa. 1510, is a classic Tudor design with seven bedrooms and three floors plus a large cellar. It stands in 4 acres of magnificent grounds complete with a trout stream.
The substantial internal structure included many high strength timbers so the pipework to all the rooms had to be planned very carefully to avoid spoiling the decorative rooms. Due to the internal volume and requiring a high level of heating controls, two oil fired boilers were installed to give the owners total control of room by room temperatures.
A new oil storage tank complete with sonic tank gauge was also installed and piped into the boilers situated in the cellar. The whole installation was completed on time and on budget with the least amount of disruption to the house and owners.
The owner commented – “My decision to use your company was based on your positive, courteous manner, experience and professional approach to a large project and difficult installation. The engineers turned up promptly every day, updated us with their progress, discussed problems such as the issue with the oak beams and left everything tidy at the end of the day. The engineers were polite, hard-working and a credit to the company. The installation was completed on time, in budget and with minimal disruption to the household. It has been a pleasure to deal with such a professional, caring organisation and without any hesitation I would highly recommend your company to anyone.”
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