CARDIFF UNIVERSITY – SENGHENNYDD HALL
Client: Cardiff University
Contractor: R&M Williams
Contract Value: £195,000
Cardiff University was founded in 1883, and is established as one of Britain’s leading research universities. With a diverse national and international student population maintaining a safe environment that’s fully functional for students to live is a priority.
Senghennydd hall is a part catered hall of residence, close to the University and City Centre, that houses just over 100 students.
Tremorfa were appointed in June 2017 to carry out works to modify blocks H & P including, installation of general purpose distribution and small power system, installation of general lighting system, alterations to the fire alarm system and new door access.
Both blocks required new panel boards and sub mains. All lighting installations comprised of LED normal and emergency lighting.
One block required extra fire detection and an additional interface whilst the other needed a complete rewire. Finally, new access door control was fitted with a fire alarm interface alongside the control box.
Tremorfa provided all these services on time, to the specification and to budget. Having worked with Cardiff University in the past on other projects, a practical cost-effective job was inevitable and delivered.