Iconic fashion brand PRADA employed Iain and Andy Howley to install a complex open loop system that would service their flagship store in Old Bond Street. The team set to work on this space and time sensitive project with Pradas engineering team (ESA Engineering of Milan) and architects Gregori-Chiarotti.
Kensa Engineering Ltd. contacted Iain and Andy Howley to help them deliver twenty-eight ground source systems for Yarlington Housing Group in three small villages in Somerset. Each property was to be furnished with a single Kensa heat pump and a single borehole installed in the front garden.
LMB – ADDENBROOKES HOSPITAL, Cambridge
Mitie Engineering Ltd called in the Howley brothers to design and deliver one of the largest closed loop geothermal schemes in the UK for this important teaching hospital in the heart of Cambridge. The GSES is comprised of 170 geo-exchange boreholes, each 152 m deep.
The Lancasters development team engaged us directly to carry out the design and management of one of the largest open loop schemes in the UK as part of this beautiful Georgian hotel and residential development.
ABFORD HOUSE – London
A prestigious property in the heart of London engaged Iain and Andy Howley to design and oversee the ground source energy system to deliver the required heating and cooling for this iconic building.
NAMRC – Sheffield University
The Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre, instigated by the Department of Innovation and Skills instructed BAM Construction to create a building with the highest BREEAM energy standards. BAM employed the team to design and built the closed loop system that delivers the geothermal energy solution for this very important research centre.
BENTINCK STREET – London
Long & Partners engaged us to design and deliver a closed loop geo-exchange scheme for this commercial office development for the Howard De Walden Estate right in the heart of London. The system comprised of a closed loop thermal pile and borehole system.
Sadlers Wells was the first theatre in London to approach the Howley brothers to design and build a ground source energy system to heat and cool their iconic London landmark. A project that was completed over 15 years ago.
KEW GARDENS HERBARIUM – London
Conscious of the need for carbon efficiency, Kew approached the team to design and build an open loop system to deliver required targets for their new herbarium.
This project was one of the first GSHP systems to be designed and built by the team in this busy and built up part of London’s Mayfair in one of the capital’s most famous restaurants.
The GSC team had to be innovative on this project and they designed and built a unique single bore-hole open loop energy system for this prestigious fashion group’s new HQ.
EATON PLACE – London
Belgravia is one of London’s most exclusive areas and although open loop ground source heat exchange systems are not particularly usual for domestic properties, Belgravia is different!