tel aviv

Due diligence reviews, Tel Aviv, Israel

Loop Engineering were appointed by and international banking client to undertake due diligence reviews of the main office building in Tel Aviv, Israel and the disaster recovery site.

 

We are subsequently overseeing the design and construction of the new head office site.

data centre loop engineering

Critical Resilience upgrades – City Offices, Gillingham

Loop Engineering have undertaken multiple projects on this site.

  • Comms Room upgrades to provide dual resilient supplies to the cooling units.
  • Separate project to upgrade the desk power to the first floor to support critical business functions.

Our role has entailed design reviews and due diligence for the data centres and benchmarking using our Data Centre and Critical Facilities Evaluation tool.

Our reports have been used to assist their strategic growth and provide technical sales literature.

As part of our data centre review we consider the following key parameters:

  • Site Characteristics
  • Architectural/ Structural
  • Mechanical
  • Electrical Infrastructure
  • Emergency Generation & Support
  • Fire Protection
  • Building Controls
  • Public Health
  • IT & Communications
  • Security
  • Lifts
  • Sustainability
  • Facilities Management
arlington call centre mep design

Arlington Call Centre – Cat B design

Loop Engineering have completed the Cat B design and Contractors Proposals for the fit-out of a call centre in Arlington for an international bank.

 

Works included:

  • design and modifications to the Cat A design
  • provide services to the CER room
  • provide new cellular meeting and office spaces
  • provide services to support spaces
  • cooling support
victory house Chatham

Critical Resilience Upgrades – Victory House, Kent

Loop Engineering have completed MEP design duties associated with the critical resilience upgrade works at Victory House in Chatham in Kent.

Multiple projects have been completed over 2013 and 2014.

 

Works included:

  • UPS and Generator Resilience works
  • live infrastructure upgrades to critical systems
  • provide N+1 resilience to the Electrical systems
  • CER Cooling upgrades
  • resilient power supplies to CRACs
  • new UPS power provision to critical office floors
edmund street

Edmund Street, Birmingham

Loop Engineering were appointed to undertake the complete refurbishment and fit-out of two floors totalling over 3,200m2.

HSBC were looking at a way of introducing more agile working and uplifting the office space. Level 34 was selected to prototype flexible working and Loop Engineering worked hand in hand with the design team to deliver this acclaimed workspace that has set the benchmark for the other office floors within the 8 Canada Square Tower.

We undertook the full mechanical, electrical and public health designs for this floor. The design focused on removing cellular offices and meeting spaces and introducing meeting pods, booths, flexible spaces and open plan areas.

We subsequently implemented the same concepts and ideas at a number of other sites across the country including 3200m2 of Edmund Street in Birmingham, 5 floor Cat A & B fitout of Forum 1 in Southampton, floor refurbishment

 

Works included:

  • oversee the Landlords remedial works
  • replacement of fan coil units
  • provide performance design duties for the Cat B fit-out works for the office floors

Retail Rollout – Europe

Development of Employer’s Requirements and review of Contractors proposals for new retail outlets in Lyon, Rome and Trieste.

Legg Street, Chelmsford

Resilience upgrade works – Legg Street, Chelmsford

This critical resilience project entails enhancing the existing electrical infrastructure to provide N+1 resilience to critical IT equipment with the key serverooms.

Loop Engineering are undertaking the electrical design of the new UPS infrastructure and upgrades.

the stack

NUS Holdings feasibility study for office refurbishment, Edinburgh, Scotland

Loop Engineering have been appointed by NUS Holdings to undertake a feasibility study for the refurbishment of their new offices in The Stack, Edinburgh.

 

The study includes a complete review of the existing services and infrastructure, and reviews the opportunities for energy saving heating and cooling systems and LZC technologies to reduce the energy consumption and Carbon Footprint of the new offices.