Scape Aungier Street Student Accommodation
International Firm Scape have brought their novel Student Accommodation approach to Dublin with a refurbishment of buildings in the City Centre. The development includes 300 en‐suite student rooms, a gym, recreation areas and roof gardens. The triangular‐shaped site is a composite of no less than 17 different properties.
ATC worked closely with Scape and their partners, Contractor John Paul Construction, Engineers JV Tierney and Architects JSA, to offer a ventilation solution for all properties.
The Sunray RF Thermal Electric Heater was able to meet all the requirements of this project. The landlord mode was deemed to be a key factor in choosing this heater. This feature allows the
heaters to be programmed and controlled off‐site by the bill payer. This enables the landlord to monitor the temperature for energy efficiency and avail of cost savings.
“We had to work very closely with ATC in order to bring this part of the project in on budget and on time. As we had very specific requirements it was great that ATC had the product range, knowledge and flexibility to meet our demands. We were very impressed when we visited the showroom and saw the product options on working display”
‐ Iain Fitzsimons‐Designer Engineer, John Paul Construction
The Vortice Quadro Evo was reviewed and tested. It was deemed to meet all the specified criteria and was even quieter than expected. The modular design and sleek appearance were added benefits.
“For the client, noise was a major factor when deciding on ventilation. Most bathroom fans are not designed to work under high pressure. ATC worked with us to supply a fan that could meet the pressure required at a noise level that was deemed acceptable. We found ATC easy to work with and very helpful in assisting us to specify the heating and ventilation on this project”
Patrick O ‘Sullivan, Project Engineer, JV Tierney