OD09609 Gazeley EU Print Product Guide V10 SG - Page 22



THE GAZELEY STANDARD
MECHANICAL AND
ELECTRICAL INSTALL
The Gazeley Standard includes for a full Category
A fit out to the office areas. This includes:












Heating, cooling and ventilation
High efficiency LED lighting
Suspended ceilings
Raised access floors
Carpets
Fully finished toilets
Kitchenette
Lift access to all floors
Building management system (BMS)
Warehouse lighting
Sanitaryware
Sprinkler tanks
Maximum flexibility of the warehouse space is
achieved by providing utility connections for a
future customer fit out.
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Category A offices are fitted out with
heating and cooling systems to provide a
comfortable working environment for staff.
Heat recovery is included in the ventilation
system making it extremely efficient and
environmentally friendly.
Ancillary areas such as toilets, kitchenettes
and all circulation areas are also heated.
The WCs are operated by a dual flush system
and together urinals will be connected to the
rainwater harvesting tanks.
Hot water to all toilet areas are provided by
an indirect hot water system calorifier with
pre-heat to cold water service via the solar
thermal panels mounted on the roof, thus
reducing energy costs.
Hand basins benefit from a sensor-operated
mixer tap with mains operated hand
proximity detectors, which are not affected
by fluorescent vest/jackets.
Office lighting is via modular LED fittings
together with an integrated intelligent
control system. The lighting will be daylight
linked which dims the lighting closest to the
windows according to the level of natural
light in the office.
General power to the main office areas are
provided in the compartment floor boxes
to a frequency of 1 box per 9m². The floor
boxes can also accommodate a customer’s
data and voice requirements.
Power is provided via busbars to the
dock levellers and level access doors in
the warehouse.
ELECTRICAL PANELS AND TRANSFORMERS
The controls systems in Gazeley warehouses is via only leading manufacturers,
offering open-protocol systems which are compatible with a future customer
BMS installation.
Low voltage panels are provided with multi-function meters on the incoming
circuit breakers and kWh sub-meters on all required outgoing supplies. All
meters are connected to energy data loggers within the panel, allowing
energy consumption to be monitored on a live basis and stored centrally,
allowing energy usage trends to be established and consumption data
to be exported.
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