Bunhill District Heating Project Initial Install Stages
Stages of Bunhill District Heating Network
Colloide began the construction of the Bunhill ll Energy Centre back in December 2016. The pictures below highlight the progress of the phase of the works at the very beginning of this innovative scheme.
December 2016 – Prep works begins on site for foundations.
January 2017 – Foundation works begin on site
March 2017 – Vent Shaft works takes place.
September 2017 – The new ventilation shaft is near competition
Bunhill District Heating Centre Tour
Local residents had the opportunity to visit Bunhill phase l energy centre during the build of Energy Centre 2. These visitors experienced first-hand how heat networks operate and they also received information on the benefits that the network brings to local communities. Colloide have gone on to complete the construction works on Phase 2 of the project.
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Bunhill District Heating Network Progresses to Competition
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The Bunhill 2 Energy Centre Team
Wider collaboration partners: McGurk Architects | Inner Circle Consulting | AECOM | Ramboll | Gleeds | GEA Group | Danfoss | Firstco | McMahon Associates | Saker International | Wolfsystems | S&P Coil Products | CES Electrical | Grundfos | TES Group | A.J Wells & Sons | Hoval | BSS | Sondex | Logstor | Alpha Tanks | Kamstrup | Donnelly Cabins | ARC Control Systems | Hattersley | Commercial Hot Water Solutions | Trent Energy | NES Architectural | PLS Civil Engineering
Image credits: Islington Energy