Limavady Shared Education Campus
- Main Contractor Woodwale Construction
- Mechanical Contractor Scott and Ewing
- M.E. Designers Troop by Waters + Anders
This case study explores the Limavady Shared Education Campus project, emphasizing the role of Versatile in providing efficient and sustainable heating solutions. The focus is on the impact and benefits these solutions brought to the educational environment.
The Limavady Shared Education Campus, integrating Limavady High School and St. Mary’s High School, was developed with a focus on sustainability and adaptability to future heating technologies. The campus required heating solutions that were energy-efficient, sustainable, and compatible with future heat pump installations. The focus was on low water content systems with quick response times in heating and cooling. The Limavady Shared Education Campus project stands as a model for integrating efficient, sustainable, and adaptable heating solutions in educational settings. Versatile’s contribution significantly enhanced the campus’s environmental sustainability goals while ensuring functional and aesthetic alignment with modern educational infrastructure.
In our recent project, the Limavady Shared Education Campus, we encountered a unique logistical challenge: coordinating deliveries and installations across multiple buildings and phases over an 18-month period.
With the need for precise scheduling to accommodate varying construction timelines and priorities, our team rose to the occasion. Through meticulous planning and coordination with Scott and Ewing Mechanical Contractors and Woodvale Construction, we ensured timely deliveries of our innovative heating solutions to each building and room as needed.
Despite the complexities, our commitment to excellence and seamless collaboration with all stakeholders enabled us to overcome this challenge and deliver exceptional results.
- NZEB Radiators: Known for their low water content and high efficiency, these radiators were ideal for classrooms, offering quick heating and cooling, energy efficiency, and compatibility with low-temperature heating systems like heat pumps.
- Carboline Radiant Panels: Installed in all science rooms, these panels provided an energy-efficient solution for heating and cooling, suitable for various ceiling types and designed with health and safety considerations, like anti-bacterial coatings.
- Runtal Rads: Chosen for their flexibility in design and installation, these radiators were used in the corridors, offering efficient heating with a range of models to fit the architectural needs of the campus.