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Paddington Square London

Paddington Square, London

Paddington, Square London

Commercial Greywater and Rainwater Attenuated Recycling system

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Paddington Square, London

Paddington Square, designed by world-renowned architect Renzo Piano, will incorporate 360,000 sq ft of prime office space, 75,220 sq ft of world-class retail and dining space, a 13,650 sq ft rooftop restaurant and a new 1.35 acre public square. The development will also deliver a much needed £65m investment into London’s transport infrastructure that will provide a new Bakerloo Line ticket hall in Paddington Station. At the heart of Paddington Square, a Piano-designed office building will rise 14 floors above street level, with unrivalled views across Hyde Park and central London. Like Sellar’s previous landmark building designed by Renzo Piano – The Shard – the Paddington Square building will be designed to the highest standards, appealing to international and blue-chip occupiers. The building will also incorporate five floors of retail, mixing global, independent, high street and heritage brands, as well as high quality restaurants and eateries. It is estimated Paddington’s local economy will benefit by as much as £350m a year following completion of Paddington Square, while the development will bring approximately 4,500 new jobs to the area. Aquaco designed, manufactured, supplied and installed a Grey and Rain water attenuation system which processes 18,000 Litres per day of Grey water, plus a huge capacity of rainwater captured from the roof and sides of the building. This means has the capacity to recycle upto 7 million litres of grey water alone a year. Large portions of this project will be manufactured off site, to align with MACE goals of modular pre fabricated systems This project is expected for completion in 2022

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Google HQ London - Kings Cross

Google HQ, Kings Cross, London

Google HQ, Kings Cross, London

Commercial Greywater and Rainwater Attenuated Recycling system

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Google HQ, Kings Cross, London

The project utilises a large area of land alongside Kings Cross Station and comprises of over 60,400 sqm of prime office space, providing accommodation for up to 4,500 people across 11 storeys set above retail and an events and training centre at ground floor. The office accommodation will also provide ancillary spaces including cafes, a gym, multi use games area (MUGA) and pool facilities. At roof level, landscaped terraces and a running track will provide outdoor amenity and recreation space for employees.

A combination of active and passive environmental design including rain and grey water recycling systems have been incorporated with the project targeting a minimum of BREEAM ‘Excellent’ and LEED ‘Gold’ with an aspiration of achieving ‘Outstanding’ and ‘Platinum’ respectively. This new building, combined with the current building at 6 Pancras Square and an additional third building, will create a Google campus with the potential to house 7,000 Google employees.

The new building is being developed from the ground up and will contribute to the Knowledge Quarter and King’s Cross’s growing knowledge based economy. This building will be the first wholly owned and designed Google building outside the United States.

Aquaco designed, manufactured, supplied and installed a unique system which spans over 3 cores of the building, and has the capacity to recycle upto 10 million litres of grey water alone a year.

This is the flagship project for Aquaco and in house developed MBR technology is the forefront of the systems capabilites 

This project is expected for completion in 2023 

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Edinburgh College

Edinburgh College, Scotland

Edinburgh College, Scotland

Domestic Greywater and Rainwater Recycling system for Student Training

Edinburgh College, Scotland

 

Edinburgh College is one of Scotland’s biggest Colleges with around 26,000 students across 4 campuses in Edinburgh and the Lothians.

Offering a wide variety of vibrant vocational and academic courses, Edinburgh College provides flexible learning opportunities to suit all learning needs.
 

Aquaco manufactured and supplied a custom diasplay solution for the engineering faculty to assist in training budding students about the future or Rain and grey Water recycling.

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Elephant park london

Elephant Park, London

Elephant Park, London

MBR Greywater Recycling system

Elephant Park, London

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Lendlease has been working in partnership with Southwark Council to deliver a £2.3 billion regeneration project in Elephant & Castle since 2010. The area has been an important part of London since Roman times, whether as a transport junction, a hub for entertainment and shopping or a place to call home. The project will breathe new life into this special part of Central London, building on Elephant & Castle’s heritage and creating thousands of high quality new homes, jobs, business opportunities and green space for Londoners.

The regeneration is split across three sites: Elephant Park, Trafalgar Place and One The Elephant. We have already completed the first phase of Elephant Park – South Gardens – as well as two earlier phases, Trafalgar Place and One The Elephant. You can find out more about each of these completed schemes below. That leaves a further four phases to be completed across Elephant Park, with a final completion date of 2025.

Aquaco supplied and supervised the install and commissioning of a containerised MBR grey water system, capable of processing 10,000 litres per day in 2016. The grey water is used for WC flushing demands for building contractor for temporary site services during the construction phases of the project. 

Aquaco has contributed in ensuring a sustainable approach to the construction of this project by maximising the water reuse which also contributes to a considerable reductionin carbon footprint.

Aquaco manufactured a custom solution to fit within a temporary building, the scope also included full maintenance for 5 years projected site works.

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