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St Cuthbert Mayne

TDA’s building services engineering team recently carried out the design, planning application, tendering, procurement and project management of extensive heating replacement works at St. Cuthbert Mayne School.

As well as replacing old, inefficient gas boilers with a 0.6 megawatt array of highly efficient, state-of-the-art units made by west-country manufacturer, Hamworthy, under the direction of our team, local contractor WEMCo also replaced worn out heaters and upgraded the controls system in order to fully capitalise on the efficiency gains offered by the new equipment.

The controls system now constantly monitors the amount of energy being used by the school and automatically adjusts the power output of the system accordingly, meaning that the two are always perfectly matched and energy efficiency is constantly optimised. TDA’s engineers will remotely monitor the performance of the system and can carry out fine-tuning to accommodate any change of use of classrooms etc.

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Pictured left to right are Chris Varker, TDA Controls Engineer, Daneian Rees, St Cuthbert Mayne School Business Manager, Mike Geis, TDA Senior Mechanical Services Engineer and Andy Baker, WEMCo Contracts Manager.