Key Details

The new £96m Sir William Henry Bragg Building will create a 15,700m2 facility to support multi-disciplinary material research involving physicists, chemists, biologists and engineers.

The Project

Sited in the northeast corner of the University of Leeds Campus, the development will involve the demolition of the existing estates department and renovation and connection to the Old Mining building. The new and refurbished buildings must meet the energy and CO2 requirements of Leeds City Council, Leeds University policy and a BREEAM Excellent rating. ZED was appointed by the main contractor BAM to provide thermal modelling services throughout the detail and final design process to ensure that compliance with the acting policies was achieved. The impact of Value Engineering measures could also be analysed in conjunction with the building services design. ZED also provided CFD services to assess the effectiveness of mechanical building services within the specialist and highly sensitive Electron Microscopy laboratories.

Project Statistics

Process Critical CFD

We assessed the effectiveness of the services within the specialist and highly sensitive Electron Microscopy laboratories.

BREEAM Excellent

The Project has been awarded an Excellent rating by BREEAM reflecting the improvements in thermal comfort, visual comfort, daylighting and energy credits.

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