Norwood Consultants Ltd were invited in to carry out a M&E Survey with testing of services to make recommendations to Improve the ventilation rates in order to re-open for safe use various buildings in view of the current Coronavirus (Covid –19) Pandemic.
Constructed by Thomas Holloway in 1885 as the Holloway Sanatorium in Surrey this Franco-Gothic Style property was converted into a high class residential development in 2000.
Buildings involved included: –
The Grade 1 Franco-Gothic Great Hall & apartments.
As a consequence of our survey’s and recommendations the clients were able to plan how they would be proceeding to opening the facilities whilst knowing precisely what their maximum occupancy figures were and how their ventilation systems were performing.
It is a requirement of the new COVID-19 regulations that all employers / public spaces maximise ventilation flow rates whilst maintaining as far as possible personal comfort. This is a balancing issue that is not easy to achieve and is only possible at all with a detailed understanding of the systems that have been installed and how they are performing.
The Grade 1 indoor swimming Pool