Wakefield Cathedral stands in the heart of the city and has important fabric dating from the 12th century and of particular importance are the medieval timber ceilings and choir stalls.
The project to re-order and extend the Cathedral has been in planning for many years with the aim of providing a flexible, welcoming and responsive building which respects the historic fabric and enables the Cathedral to move forward.
Client: Wakefield Cathedral Dean & Chapter
Project Value: £5m
M&E Project Value: £800k
Completion Date: 2013
Martin Thomas Associates were appointed to undertake all the Mechanical and Electrical Consultancy Work.
The works include a new lime concrete floor incorporating under floor heating, new boiler installation, complete rewiring, new fire & intruder alarms, new PA/AV system and lighting installation in the Nave.
Lighting and Emergency Lighting
Small power and communications
Fire & intruder alarm
Heating & boiler installation
Underfloor heating in the nave
Download: Wakefield Cathedral