Pudsey company nets major design and build contract

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A Pudsey based company has secured an eight-figure mechanical, electrical, and public health (MEP) design and build contract in London.

eading building contractor JJ Rhatigan has selected G&H Group to deliver an eight-figure mechanical, electrical, and public health (MEP) design and build contract for the Crown Trading Centre in Hayes.

Located in West London on the Grand Union Canal, property manager Greystar’s £109m scheme will consist of 407 build to rent, affordable rent and shared ownership apartments, commercial spaces, amenity areas, car and cycle parking, and landscaped areas.

G&H Group’s 100-strong team will deliver a complete MEP design and build, installing energy saving air source heat pump technology to fulfil heating and hot water demands across all six blocks. 

As part of the contract G&H Group will provide domestic water distribution, mechanical ventilation, above ground drainage, low voltage distribution, internal and external lighting, access control and fire safety services, residential and commercial sprinklers and car park and residential smoke control ventilation. 

David Davis, director, G&H Group said: “The Crown Trading Centre scheme really plays to our strengths as we have extensive experience delivering MEP schemes for mixed use developments. We’re proud to be working in partnership with JJ Rhatigan and look forward to designing and installing the MEP elements of Greystar’s latest quality development to support its environmental, economic and social targets.”

Established in 1998, G&H Group is based off South Parade in Pudsey and is a market leading MEP provider. Its 180-strong experienced team design, manage, deliver and maintain every aspect of MEP schemes. 

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