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Emcor wins contract for m&e services at 110 Fetter Lane

Emcor Group (UK) has announced that its engineering services division has been awarded a multi-million pound contract for the installation of all shell and core mechanical, electrical, and public health services at the 110 Fetter Lane development in central London.
The new eight-storey building, being constructed by main contractor Carillion, will provide 26,000m2 of office accommodation to replace the existing Rolls House, Arnold House and No 8 Bream Buildings. It is being developed by Delancey and Invista Real Estate Investment Management.

The building has been designed to promote the highest standards of sustainability and environmental efficiency and has achieved an 'excellent' rating from BREEAM.

Emcor will install a combined cooling, heating and power (CCHP) plant, heat recovery technology, low-NOx condensing boilers, a bespoke building energy management system, and high efficiency lighting.

Of the total space being developed at 110 Fetter Lane, 73% has already been let significantly ahead of completion, which is scheduled for the first quarter of 2010; 67,500ft2 remains available. Woods Bagot is the architect for the scheme and Farebrother, Knight Frank and Atis Real are acting as letting agents.

Emcor provides engineering services, facilities management and sustainable business solutions through its two businesses, Engineering Services and Facilities Services.
1 May 2009


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