AMA appointed to carry out full MEP services design for this new apartment block on Dolben Street in Southwark. The new building includes five apartments and a ground floor retail space on a prime site in central London. One of the main design challenges was to fit the services within the restricted space and to provide a compact high specification solution.
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AMA carried out full MEP services design for a new Russet Homes housing development on the Winterfield Estate in Kent. The scheme included the provision of 61 new homes that are a mix of townhouses, bungalows and flats. All homes were designed to Code for Sustainable Homes Level 3, Lifetime Homes and Secured by Design criteria. AMA provided full mechanical, electrical and above ground drainage engineering design. Building simulation by IES dynamic thermal modelling was used to assess the risk of summertime overheating in homes.
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AMA carried out design of the mechanical engineering services for the refurbishment of a Grade II listed Edwardian country house in the Sussex High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The mansion and coach house were restored and converted into twelve luxury apartments.
AMA employed to carry out IES energy modelling and Life Cycle Costing analysis to select suitable low energy services for the Wakelands Farmhouse on the Glyndebourne Estate in East Sussex. The original building is Grade II listed and considered improvements to the building fabric would greatly improve its thermal performance and reduce heat losses. Repacing the existing heating system by feasible low and renewable energy systems results in 75% reduction in heating and hot water related CO2 emissions.