J S Wright has won a contract worth more than £8m to provide the engineering infrastructure systems for a new high rise development in London’s Docklands.
The company will supply and install the shell and core services for Harbour Central at Canary Wharf on the River Thames in East London for Galliard Homes.
Scheduled for completion in March 2019, the two-year contract will support the construction of 642 luxury private apartments across five buildings including the 41-storey Maine Tower, which will contain apartments ranging from studios to penthouses with panoramic city views.
J S Wright will provide low pressure hot water heating and chilled water cooling systems, served by a combined heat and power energy centre installed on the 467ft high roof of the landmark tower.
In addition, the company will equip the scheme with above ground drainage and rainwater harvesting systems, gas services, and domestic hot and cold water services including boosted cold water, along with wet risers, sprinklers, car park and smoke ventilation, and irrigation systems.
The contract follows the completion in December 2016 of J S Wright’s fit out of nearby Capital Towers, another luxury residential development comprising the 34-level Sky View Tower and 14-level City Wall Tower, for Galliard Homes.
Managing director of J S Wright, Marcus Aniol, said: “We are delighted that our proven skills and expertise in equipping luxury high-rise developments have been rewarded with another commission from a developer with whom we have built a highly successful working relationship.”
Pictured above: A CGI of what Harbour Central at Canary Wharf in London will look like
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