Compton Verney House

Brief Description
Compton Verney House is a restored Grade I listed 18th century mansion surrounded by 120 acres of parkland which was landscaped by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown. The building houses an impressive art collection attracting visitors from around the world.

To improve the visitor experience, a new Welcome Centre has been built along with a new Grounds Maintenance Building and refurbishments to the Chapel.

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Project Details
Location: Compton Verney, Near Stratford upon Avon
Client: Purcell Architects
Value: £1.6m
Date: 2014—2016

Professional Services
Martin Thomas Associates were appointed to undertake all the Mechanical and Electrical Consultancy Work.

Services Include
Provision of sustainable energy options report
Provision of initial M&E Services cost/budget advice
Co-ordination with Interpretation Consultant’s designs
Introduction of Aspirating Fire Alarm system to chapel
Pew lighting and heating design in chapel
Temporary diversion and re-connection of communications and signal links between Welcome Centre and Estate Office
Full internal services designs, including specialist lighting and control systems, heating and cooling, above ground drainage, fire alarms and domestic water services.