25 Churchill Place, the last building to be built as part of the original masterplan for Canary Wharf, will be one of the most modern technology and energy-efficient office buildings on the Canary Wharf Estate.
Environmental features will include elevators that store and reuse energy elsewhere in the building, the latest ultra-efficient air-conditioning equipment that recycles the energy from exhaust air and photo voltaic cells to generate energy from the sun’s rays. The building will also have a ‘green’ roof, which enhances biodiversity and energy efficiency. 25 Churchill Place will achieve an ‘excellent’ BREEAM environmental performance rating and an Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of 40 or better.
Aquaco designed, manufactured, supplied and installed a Greywater recycling system which processes 9,000 Litres per day of Greywater, plus a huge capacity of rainwater captured from the roof and sides of the building. This means has the capacity to recycle up to 3 million litres of grey water alone a year.
This project was completed in 2014 and Aquaco have been maintaining the systems since commission with our dedicated service team.