Contractor to start work on £2.6m Moto scheme
A Nottingham contractor is to start work in October on £2.6m of mechanical and electrical engineering work on a new motorway services area development.VINCI Construction UK hired J Tomlinson to complete the work for Moto at junction one of the M6 at Rugby.The £23.4m project includes parking and circulation facilities, a fully serviced amenity building, which will feature restaurants and retail units, a fuel filling station and a Costa drive through.J Tomlinson’s role will include the complete M&E work for the site such as new low voltage (LV) mains network including distribution across the site to different buildings, general and feature lighting, power, fire alarm, access control, CCTV, security, disabled alarms and lightning protection, along with mechanical services such as heating, hot and cold water, drainage, sanitaryware, comfort cooling, underfloor heating, air handling plant, ductwork, Building Management System, and back-up liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) pipework.In addition, J Tomlinson will be responsible for the development of an external energy centre, complete with biomass boiler and fuel store, as well as buried external, cross-site services such as water, gas, electricity and heating.Completion is due in the summer of 2020, with J Tomlinson’s role due to finish at the end of May 2020
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