Waterloo Air Products' air terminals benefited City University when specified as part of the establishments' recent renovation and refurbishment program.
The university used the company's grilles, diffusers and VAV systems in its Tait building which contains the Schools of Engineering, Mathematics and Health Sciences in Spencer Street, London.
The Tait Building, City University
The designed had to look good as well as have good air flows.
Waterloo chairman, Rick Edmondson said:
“Good air distribution is pivotal when it comes to conditioning a space and correct specification can determine the efficacy of an HVAC system and the comfort of the building’s occupants.”
Waterloo has done a lot of business in the education recently. Some of its recently projects in the sector include Imperial College, Brunel University, Manchester Metropolitan University. The Kent-based company has also worked in university hospitals in London, Salford and Manchester.