New Contract - Llanthony Secunda Priory
16th Dec 2016New Contracts
Summit Electrical have been awarded the electrical contract for the refurbishment of the Grade 1 listed Llanthony Secunda Priory in Gloucester.
Llanthony Secunda Priory is a ruined former Augustinian priory in Gloucester, England. It was founded in 1136 by Miles de Gloucester, 1st Earl of Hereford, as a retreat for the monks of Llanthony Priory, Vale of Ewyas, in what is now Monmouthshire, Wales, from persistent attacks by the local population.
Llanthony Secunda Priory, also known as Llanthony by Gloucester, was a priory of the Augustinian Order, which was an order of canons set up in the middle of the 11th century and adhering the Rule of St. Augustine of Hippo.
Work to refurbish the ruined former Augustinian priory in Gloucester has started in the wake of a successful Heritage Lottery Fund bid of £3.19 million.
Llanthony's Reformation Project will see the major buildings of Llanthony Secunda Priory, in Llanthony Road – the medieval range, Victorian farmhouse and brick range – all restored and brought back into use for both the trust and for Gloucestershire College.
New Contract - Binyon Building
6th Jun 2016New Contracts
Summit Electrical have been awarded the Electrical Installation for the refurbishment of the Binyon Building at the University of Worcester by Speller Metcalfe.
The works involve the refurbishment of a number of Offices and Lecture Theatres for the University which will be managed from our Worcester Office and are due for completion in August 2016.
Summit will be responsible for the supply and installation of the altered Mains Distribution, Containment Systems, Small Power Installations, New LED Lighting and Emergency Lighting Systems, Fire Alarm System, Access Control System and complete new Data Installation throughout the building including new cabinets and Fibre Links.
New Contract - Ledbury Leisure Centre
6th Jun 2016New Contracts
Summit Electrical have been awarded the Electrical Installation for the extensive Extension and Refurbishment project at Ledbury Leisure Centre by Speller Metcalfe.
Halo Leisure is working in partnership with Herefordshire Council and the refurbishment of Ledbury Leisure Centre is set to cost £2.3M with work commencing in June 2016 and is due for completion in April 2017.
The development will see a re-fit of the swimming pool and spectator area, new fitness suite which will be twice the size of existing gym and double the current number of pieces of equipment, new fitness studio - supporting personal training and an enhanced group exercise class timetable, new sauna, steam room and feature shower, fresh new family friendly changing facilities and new reception area.
New Contract - Richard Crossman Building
2nd Jun 2016New Contracts
Coventry University have appointed Summit Electrical as the electrical contractor for the Upgrade to the Fire Alarm System at the Richard Crossman Building.
The project involves a complete upgrade to the fire alarm system on the 100,000 sq ft Richard Crossman Building, the current home to a range of health & life science departments, including Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Paramedics, Psychology and Student Registry Services.
We will be altering, extending and installing new Fire Alarm Loops for additional detectors, sounders and ceiling void detectors along with remote indicators.
New Contract - Geberit Headquarters
1st Apr 2016New Contracts
Summit Electrical have been awarded the electrical design & build contract for Geberit’s new headquarters in Warwick.
Following its acquisition of Twyford Bathrooms last year and as part of Geberit’s ambitious growth plans, building work has begun on the manufacturer‘s new headquarters.
Geberit moved to its current bespoke built offices just seven years ago and is now building a headquarters that is twice the size. A significant investment for the company, the new head office is conveniently situated on the Tournament Fields business park, adjacent to the company’s current building.
The ground floor of the new building will be home to the Geberit and Twyford Training Academy where customers can attend free workshops to gain hands on experience with the latest plumbing and piping systems. There will also be a showroom featuring the latest bathroom designs and technology, while the second floor will host Geberit’s central operations.
The new development, designed by Warwick-based Corstorphine Wright Architects, will see the creation of 30 new jobs across marketing, customer service, finance and technical support areas of the business. An official ground-breaking ceremony took place at the site of the new building in February, with the new headquarters due for completion in January 2017.