Fazeley Chapel. Constructed in 1884, is a former Methodist church and has just been completely renovated into 5 luxury apartments.
We were appointed to carry out the part L compliance checks and MEP design for this project. We also aided in the utility management of incoming connections.
The church was a listed building so integrating mechanical and electrical plant was a difficult task.
We worked closely with the local conservation trust, on-site contractor and architect to ensure our items of plant blended in to the building offering no visual obtrusions.
We used slimline ducting along with a low profile MEV unit for ventilation services. This ensured our penetrations out of the façade were kept to a minimum.
The site was an all-electric scheme in where no gas or LPG were present. The client therefore opted for an environmentally friendly rated hot water cylinder along with ‘smart’ panel radiators.
”A truly amazing piece of work by all involved. The church has been transformed from a dilapidated ruin to a 21st Century gem”.