Weatherite delivers for university


11 February 2020
The plantroom was built in two sections and assembled on site The plantroom was built in two sections and assembled on site

Weatherite Air Conditioning has delivered a new bespoke plantroom for the University of Birmingham, which is in the midst of a 10-year campus investment plan costing £1 billion.  

The current phase, to be completed in 2021, will see the opening of facilities worth £365 million and the university has now announced Phase 2 of its capital masterplan, which outlines new projects between 2022-2026.  

Birmingham-based building services company Manstal approached Weatherite and was said to be impressed by the company’s "can-do" attitude, innovative approach and ability to design and build the plantroom in two sections and assemble on site.

Lifting the plantroom into position at the University of Birmingham

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Weatherite designs, manufactures, tests and pre-commissions bespoke packaged plantrooms and, with over 40 years expertise, prides itself on delivering efficient, energy saving solutions incorporating the latest component innovation and energy saving capabilities.

Weatherite Air Conditioning is part of the £40m Weatherite Group.