GPJ Consulting Engineers were employed in this 2 part project to provide M&E services for the refurbishment of the old mining buildings into an educational visitor attraction. The original site was the base for Camborne School of Mines and as such had a vast amount of historical importance.
The projects were to provide a café/restaurant and community hub within the Assay building and a exhibition space within the site’s old boiler house.
GPJ Consulting Engineers designed the M&E for both buildings, which included underfloor heating, small power, lighting, domestic hot water, commercial kitchen services along with provision for the exhibition space audio visual installations.
Utilities negotiations were also carried out to provide new gas, water, electrical and telephone connections to the relevant buildings.
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