Dynamic FM successfully delivers Accrington College Energy Centre
Dynamic FM has continued its solid performance into 2021, delivering a quality plant room refurbishment for Accrington College.
This project was completed on-time, on-budget and to the client’s satisfaction.
Dynamic, in collaboration with ECE Consultants has recently delivered a new energy centre designed by ECE. Accrington College is a top five college nationally for classroom achievement and the number one college in Lancashire for 16-18 Advanced Apprenticeship achievements. The College and its students have won numerous awards in recent years such as:
- The Queen’s Anniversary Prize
- The Batjic Apprentice Of The Year
- Centre of Vocational Excellence
- Over twenty Regional Skillbuild Awards
Our Electrical and Mechanical engineering teams worked together to deliver the MEP Project. It involved a 1MW plant room refurbishment and associated upgrades:
- 4x new Hamworthy boiler modules.
- 5 VT and 1 CT circuit.
- New free standing control panel and HW cylinder, etc.
- Our Electrical teams wired the 3-phase BMS Control Panel and all control wiring.
- Secondary wiring systems to pumps and other ancillary equipment from BMS upgraded.
- Plant room lighting & emergency lighting were also upgraded.
- Installation involved shut-down sequences to ensure college could maintain operational schedule.
- Design Scaffolding System installed to support the lowering of 500kg of new flue system down the chimney.
We are happy to announce that the project was successfully completed within contract, on-time, on-budget and to the client’s satisfaction.
“The Project was our first introduction to Dynamic FM and I cant speak highly enough of them. The team on the ground were fantastic, undertaking a full boiler plant refurbishment during the winter months whilst in the midst of a live site and a pandemic certainly presented challenges which Dynamic overcame. They maintained heating throughout, and the finished solution is of the highest quality and standards I have seen for some time. Regular progress meetings with the College were very productive and the final account came in under budget.“
– Jon Horsfield, Facilities Manager, Nelson and Colne College Group