DPD Distribution Depot Witham St Hughes
With the brief, to deliver an area sorting and distribution depot for logistics
company DPD, our team were employed early in the design stage to work closely
with the client’s design team. Detailed electrical design drawings, lighting and
circuit calculations, and product samples were all submitted for client comment and
Utilising energy efficient controls and LED technology, internal and external lighting
schemes were developed. To meet the client’s strict specification and energy
efficiency requirements the lighting system was designed so that each individual
light fitting in the warehouse can dim independently, dependent upon the level of
ambient light. This approach was extended to the office areas, with the window
rows also self-dimming, delivering energy savings across the site.
Occupancy controls were widely adopted, enabling fully automatic control of the
Metering systems were installed to enable the end user to review and monitor the
energy usage across the site, including the supplies to the sorting plant and
The project was delivered on time to the client’s satisfaction.
The 9700 ft2 development at Collingham, Lincolnshire has provided a new food store, coffee shop and an extensive shared car park. Our engineers were involved very early on in the development process with external lighting schemes being provided to assist the client’s planning application. The scheme was then further developed to provide full detailed design of the internal lighting and electrical installation.
Waterside South, Lincoln
United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS trust
United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS trust required new office premises in Lincoln for their district nursing division. Beech house, a large 3 floor 24420 sq ft office building was chosen, located near to the river Witham in Lincoln Centre.
Brook and Mayo were tasked with designing and installing all the electrical and communication needs for the new offices across the entire building space. Utilizing a full range of LED lighting, multi-compartment dado trunking and stylish accessories Brook and Mayo completed this design and build project to programme
Cambridge Commodities Ltd
With the completion of Cambridge commodities new multimillion pound facility in Ely, Cambridge. Brook and Mayo can look back on a another rewarding job. The £350,000 electrical project saw Brook and Mayo installing the latest in LED warehouse technology alongside an aesthetically pleasing lighting scheme, required in today’s dynamic office environments. The 12 week project included the installation of clean room door interlock systems, intelligent energy monitoring systems, clean room lighting, modern lighting controls, sophisticated bus bar trunking systems and fire safety systems. All these technologies were skilfully installed and commissioned by our engineers to ensure Cambridge commodities were presented with a modern, practical, secure and safe facility for their continued growth in the nutritional supplement sector.
Brook and Mayo Peterborough Branch has just undertaken the complete electrical design and installation of a new gym and salon suite at Market Deeping.The building occupied by the Empire Gym is the original Empire Cinema, which first opened its doors in September 1928. The Cinema closed in 1963 and was most recently used as a car sales room.
We started off with a blank canvass with basic room layout, from this we carried out the full design of the electrical installation including lighting , emergency lighting, general power for gym equipment and machines, air conditioning and ventilation along with fire alarms, intruder and disabled alarms. Working closely with the client and implementing changes as the project progressed through to final completion , testing and commissioning and final hand over to the client it now looks superb!
Brook and Mayo Peterborough has just completed the electrical works for the external Car park and Sign Lighting at Caxton Gibbet for McDonalds.
The Site at Caxton Gibbet has McDonalds, Subway and Costa Coffee all on the same retail food area. Brook and Mayo was involved with the lighting to all external areas of the development including the Car Park, patios, drive through areas and sign lighting.
The Main car park and drive through area is lit by using LED energy efficient flood lights mounted on 6m Columns.
Brook and Mayo is pleased to be involved in the £1.85 million development for Nene Park Trust, delivering a new modernised water sports/activity centre which it is hoped will be among the best in the country.
As the largest improvement project ever undertaken by the Trust, visitors will see a real transformation in the new building. The current space in the very popular cafe has been almost doubled and a brand new extension has increased the space for waters ports activities by nearly 50%, and will give cycle hire an exciting boost. Changing rooms and facilities have all been brought up to the very latest standards with particular attention paid to all-ability access. Outside, the centre has received a whole new welcoming look which is perfectly balanced with the surrounding landscape.
Electrically the installation incorporates the latest technology LED lighting from Thorn with fully automatic daylight dimming occupancy controls. The scheme was designed to reflect sympathetically with the rural environment of the site as well as provide illumination to the building’s stunning architectural features. Brook and Mayo Team – Contracts Manager – Chris Gray, Lead Electrician – Mark Jackson
Sleaford Leisure Centr
We have just completed the electrical works on the refurbishment of the Sleaford Leisure Centre / swimming pool. This was a tightly time bound scheme needing careful planning and on-site cooperation with other trades. The main contractor and consultants have issued their great thanks to us for the effort which has gone into completing this technically difficult scheme in time and to a high standard.
Brook and Mayo is delighted to be involved with the new Volvo Truck and Bus Service centre in Wellingborough. The purpose built extensive workshops and offices employ modern LED lighting with daylight dimming technology. A challenging project and through value engineering and proactive management it has exceeded the clients expectations while being completed in a very tight timescale.
Brook and Mayo is pleased to have been involved in the extensive electrical installation at Chanty House in Boston. With its modern designs and vibrant colours Chantry house is certainly a leader is design and technology for a building which is a former HMRC office complex, now adapted for a range of commercial uses.
St Giles Church Conversion
It seems to be the season for conversion of churches to accommodate a range of uses for the community. We are working on a scheme at St Giles Church in Pontefract Market Place on which the main contractor is Paul Mendham Stone Masons. The listed building will remain a place of worship but will in the future provide a range of facilities for community use. B&M is blending new technology including lighting, sympathetically with the history of this well used place of worship which sits in the heart of the town.
The Dower House, Country House Hotel, Woodhall Spa
The Dower House
Design and build project for a new stand alone 12 bedroom accommodation block. As part of the project, sections of the original hotel were demolished to make way for an extension incorporating a new bar, restaurant and kitchen facilities as well as providing new capacity for conferences and functions. The electrical installation and lighting was designed to be fully sympathetic to the ‘country house’ feel that the client was seeking.
The architect for this project was Steven Dunn of SDA Architects and designers in Lincolnshire.
Our installations team took on the challenge of delivering a high quality, technically advanced industrial/commercial installation within the clients extremely tight timescales. Work continued all through the Christmas break and the worst winter weather for many years. The client received the keys to the new production facility on time and was able to transfer operations immediately from the previous facility.
Beautiful electrical installation works in this converted church to be used as a community centre in the heart of Lincoln.