Mach-Aire is pleased to announce that they have been awarded a contract to supply and install the fume extract systems at the University of Surrey’s new School of Veterinary Medicine.
The University of Surrey is currently building a new School of Veterinary Medicine; which will comprise 3 state of the art buildings. The academic building (VSM Building) is to include offices, teaching spaces and research laboratories, as well as a central atrium hosting a café, reception and administrative facilities. The pathology facility (VSP Building) will provide high containment teaching, research and commercial labs, while the clinical skills building will include an animal examination area.
Mach-Aire was commissioned by Imperial Ductwork, the main ductwork contractor, to fabricate, install and leakage test over 700m of uPVC ducting within the VSM and VSP buildings to serve the air handling units. All the ducting will be built in accordance with DW 154 recommendations.
The project is expected to be complete in Summer 2015.
“We are excited to have this opportunity to work with both Imperial Ductwork and the University of Surrey to fabricate a uPVC fume extract solution for such a prestigious veterinary school.” said Frank Hackett, Sales Engineer at Mach-Aire.