St James Industrial Estate, Chichester

  • Design and coordination of the site infrastructure and utility services for the 21no new industrial units, including 1no large unit approximately 2,350m2.
  • External lighting design scheme for the site, whilst demonstrating compliance with the Environmental policies required as part of the planning conditions.
  • Coordination of the new on-site electrical substation.
  • SBEM BRUKL calculations undertaken for all units to comply with Part L of the Building Regulations and assist with the BREEAM “Very Good” target.
  • Internal fit out design of all units to a shell and core arrangement. This comprised of mains low voltage distribution and sub distribution, general lighting, emergency lighting, automatic fire detection, domestic water services, core mechanical ventilation systems and core heating systems.
  • Design of renewable energy for the development, including photovoltaic systems on multiple buildings. The total PV connections is in excess of 230kWp (over 800 PV panels).
  • Design of the infrastructure, cabling and electrical distribution for 32no electric vehicle charging stations, each rated at 7.2kW.