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Hello Fresh

Wednesday, 15 March 2017 11:08


Distribution Hub - Banbury

The company formed in 2011 developed an idea where raw ingredients for meals can be delivered to your door with just the right amount of each item. This reduces food waste and promotes healthy eating. The company is prominent in North America, Australia and in some Northern European countries including the UK.


Their rapid growth in the UK, coupled with their partnership with TV chef Jamie Oliver has led to a requirement of a new purpose built storage and delivery hub. Moving out of London, this is now based in Banbury in Oxfordshire which is central to the countries motorway network.





The new 237,000 sq feet warehouse will require certain layout requirements that will not have been configured within the original build.

The introduction of the vacuum system has allowed the staff, of over 100, changing and toilet facilities that lead directly into the gowning areas as the facility operates a strict health & hygiene code.


Further additions to the vacuum drainage system include the large walk in cold rooms & freezers where all of the condensate created by these units is drained via vacuum and also the staff canteen.


The vacuum drainage system allowed the designer complete flexibility in the positioning of sanitary items and refrigerators and as all of the pipework is at high level, the fabric of the building remains untouched.





Main Contractor: TSL Projects

Evac Installer: Freeflow

Installtion Date: October 2016




Kidzania London

Thursday, 02 March 2017 12:02


The concept of KidZania is to bring a small world designed totally around children to fulfilment.


With the idea being originally from Mexico, KidZania has opened its doors to these small worlds in major cities globally.


When they decided to construct their new development in the Westfield Shopping Centre, free space was extremely limited. However, it was decided that an area could be available above an existing supermarket. The supermarket objected to potential waste water services being piped through there building. The installation of a vacuum drainage system allowed the waste pipes to be lifted to high level where they all remain within the confines of the KidZania premises.





The system is fitted with over 40 vacuum toilets and over 100 interface units collecting water from the various attractions that KidZania offers its young customers.


These include a fire station with a simulated burning building and powerful drench hoses, an ambulance station with a mobile ambulance that drives around the internal road system, a sports stadium where budding sports stars of the future can showcase their skills and even a British Airways commercial aircraft where everyone has the opportunity to land the aircraft on the simulator whilst experiencing the same treatment level as first class passengers.


kidzania plane



Design Consultant: Cudd Bentley

Main Contractor: Lorne Stewart

M & E Contractor: HSE Building Services

Evac Installer: Kylemore Services

Installtion Date: June 2015


The Hospital Club, Covent Garden

Wednesday, 15 February 2017 11:29


This building was originally opened in 1749 as the British Lying-In hospital and remained one of London’s principle maternity facilities until 1913. It became a military hospital during the First World War prior to being sold for £15,000 in 1919 to St Pauls Hospital. It remained a medical centre until 1992 when the services were transferred to the Middlesex Hospital.


The building set idle and fell into disrepair for over a decade until in 2004 after a joint collaboration between Dave Stewart from the musical group The Eurythmics & Paul Allen co founder of Microsoft re-launched it as a hub of creativity – full of people, ideas, music and life. The Hospital Club was born.

The building includes bars, restaurants, meeting rooms and a full TV studio where many main stream TV shows are filmed.


hospital club


In 2014 and due to its success, the club decided to convert one of the floors that was their admin centre into a 16 room hotel. The design was to create a variety size of rooms and two suites. However with the noise being created from the high energy produced on the areas below, the floor had to be sound proofed to create the right ambience for a hotel. Penetrating this floor to allow for gravity fixtures was not possible, so the public health designer Cudd Bently proposed a vacuum drainage system that would allow the drainage to be lifted to high level and then routed to a pre-built sound protected riser.


The vacuum drainage system caters for all 15 rooms draining the toilets, wash basins and baths. Evac’s range of interface units allows for shower waste collection in both the standard and disabled rooms.The Evac vacuum system does not impact on the aesthetics of the room and blends with the interior designers vision.


Hosp bathroom



Design Consultant: Cudd Bentley

Main Contractor: Prime Developments

M & E Contractor: KM Technical Services

Evac Installer: Kylemore Services

Installtion Date: December 2014


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