Dutypoint have recently competed work in collaboration with mechanical installers on a prestigious Kensington property in London. The project was requested when a series of old sewage vertical cantilever pumps from Pullen finally seized-up causing foul water to pool in the building’s underground waste-water gully.
Mount Ephraim House in Tunbridge Wells in Kent is a stunning period building with dating back to the 17th century. Today the building is used as part of Greensleeves Care – one of the most highly respected and well regarded care charities in the elderly care sector.
The Atlas Building at 145 City Road is a prominent Central London site and is in the heart of the up and coming ‘Tech City’ borough of Hackney. The project comprises of two buildings – an iconic 40-storey residential tower and a nine storey office building.
A major refurbishment program of a secluded 5 bedroom Grade II listed home dating from the 17th century that required boosted water supply to support the additional demand. The challenge came from installing the water system in the plant room, situated in a small cellar with greatly restricted access, via a very narrow twisting staircase.
Dutypoint were contracted to supply a water system to a new state-of-the-art data centre in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The purpose of the installation was to provide sufficient water supply to the vital server cooling HVAC system used to protect the servers from over-heating in the summer months.
Redevelopment of existing roundabout to improve traffic capacity. Additional lanes on all approaches and new hamburger lane to assist flow of traffic, new traffic signals and a new surface water drainage system.
Built in the 1850’s, the Coal Drops at Kings Cross station in London, were originally designed for receiving and sorting coal as it arrived is from the north of England by train. Today the site is currently being transformed into a modern retail district as part of a major landmark redevelopment project by Argent Services LLP.
Upgrading of Dwr Cymru Welsh Water Waste Water Treatment Works to current site requirements and comply with safety standards. As with all operational Water Treatment Works, programs are very time driven and budgets are tight. Wash water systems provide clean water to the screens and hose points.
With the recent construction of a large manufacturing facility in the West Midlands, Dutypoint were asked to design a wet-well solution, to address the high water table on site, and protect a series of underground pits with critical plant machinery installed in them.
Working on a high-rise luxury residential tower development in the heart of London’s Docklands, established mechanical and electrical contractors Ampsail Ltd, sought the help of pump system manufacturer Dutypoint.
As part of a multi-milion-pound refurbishment and extension to the exclusive De Vere Beaumont Estate hotel, Windsor, Dutypoint were selected to provide a high capacity water storage and pump solution to accomodate a significant increase in demand from additional bedrooms to the hotel.
When a leading construction firm was awarded the contract for the redevelopment of the grandstand at Cheltenham Racecourse, the final stage of a 19 month, £45 million project, it was clear that the quality specified throughout would be high, in order to meet the expectations of Cheltenham’s race-goers and the jump-course’s regular royal visitors.
Lymington Shores is a luxury housing development in Hampshire and is situated on the banks of the Lymington River looking out towards the Isle of White. The site consists of 12 prestigious luxury villas, a number of 3-5 bed waterfront penthouses, an underground car-park and a private dock.
This project was for the Jewish Joint Burial Society (JJBS), who has a large dedicated area in the Western Cemetery, Cheshunt. The JJBS alerted us that they had a large delivery of flowers arriving which would need watering, but their current water supply system would not be suitable.
Prestigious new build project in Surrey spread over 3 floors with 6 bathrooms and swimming pool. The property required a quiet and compact water boosting solution to meet the varied demands of the residents. The system needed to be designed to cope with very low usage and then very high demand of multiple bathrooms in use at the same time.
The One Blackfriars development scheme will comprise of a 261 bedroom hotel with gym, sauna, offices, restaurant, conference facilities, bar, staff accommodation, kitchens, shops, restaurant/public houses, 274 private apartments, and basement car park.
As part of an extensive refurbishment of a large town-house in Kensington, high pressure water was required over 7 floors with 7 bathrooms, a swimming pool, multiple showers and a 12m deep basement development.
The Project Crown development at 39-40 Lowndes Square in the exclusive residential and retail area of nightsbridge, London SW1, concerned the demolition, construction and internal fit out of high quality residential accommodation, providing eight luxury apartments over seven floors, including a subterranean basement.
Project Mary, a new distribution centre in Central Park, Avonmouth was strategically selected by The Range to provide excellent transport channels to their stores throughout the UK. The building has a floor area of over 1,000,000 ft2, over 130km of pipework and the roof area will discard over 7000 l/s in worst storms.
Sainsbury’s supermarket, in the busy town centre of Brentwood, Essex, recently underwent a massive redevelopment plan to provide additional car parking with direct access to the store. This project required the ground level car park to be reconfigured, demolition of the existing multi-storey car park and then the construction of a new larger multi-story carpark.
The refurbishment of the exclusive property at 139 Kensington High Street, London, involved the internal fit out of 9 luxury apartments, including the installation of the communal plumbing, heating and ventilation systems completed by the client; Commercial Hydraulic Systems.
Leamington GHT contacted Dutypoint Systems as they were extending their conference centre and adding additional WCs and wash-hand basins. The current site operated via the mains water but with addition usage, there was a need for on site water storage and increasing the pressure throughout the system.