Salisbury Cathedral

Brief Description
The Little Paradise building is the first permanent new build at Salisbury Cathedral since the 15th Century. It was built to provide new toilet facilities and storage and is constructed of timber, glass and stone to blend in with minimal impact on the existing structures.

The project included the re-location and replacement of the boiler plant which entailed major works to the primary LTHW distribution network.

Project Details
Location: Salisbury, Wiltshire
Architect: St Anne’s Gate Architects
Project Value: £1.1 million

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

Services include
Heating
Domestic Water Services
Ventilation
Rain Water Harvesting
Air Conditioning
BMS Controls
Lighting–General and Emergency
Small Power
Fire Alarm and Detection
External Lighting
Data/Communications
Primary Utilities