PROJECT PORTFOLIO

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Pool Development

Temple Sutton School

After winning the contract for a school swimming pool refurbishment, Soltec deployed all arms of its business and completed the ground works alongside pool tiling, changing room build, plant room boiler design and install, chemical storeroom build, cladding and fencing works. The project had its challenges as there were unseen obstacles that only came to light once the de-commissioning works began.

 

However, we worked closely with the school to overcome these issues and deliver a spectacular outdoor heated pool with new changing rooms, outdoor showers, state of the art self-dosing system, hygiene cladding (pool facing), cedar wood cladding (exterior facing) and finished with a sand resin surrounding.

 

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Build Project

Domestic Client

This exciting build project was to transform an old garage into a three-story outhouse. The footprint of the building and height were to remain the same, however, the client specifically wanted to add a basement. All divisions of Soltec were deployed with excavation, piling, steels, carpentry, glazing, electrics and so forth.

The end result of this project was something spectacular, with seamless bifold doors into the open plan lounge and bar area flowing down to the basement with a games room and personal gym. The outhouse also contains a kitchenette, shower room and annex bedroom with plenty of storage. AC was also part of the build to combat the heat in the summer and cold in the winter.

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Lighting Installation

Konica

Within this project Soltec replaced 72 existing, but poor qulaity warehouse lights with 52 powerful LED high bay lights. These newly installed lights produce a much better and more even spread of light.


Furthermore Konica are now on the road to saving themselves a huge amount of money over a 10-year period -  nearly £50k in savings compared to their previous lighting arrangement.

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Air Conditioning Installation

Thames Clippers

Our marine air conditioning division installed new climate systems and controls on-board the London based Thames Clippers, which have a fleet of over 18 Catamarans.


Soltec ensure the continued service, maintainence and upgrade of all AC equipment on-board their fleet, continuing to support this company's popular demand from our ever growing tourist industry. It is a pleasure working in their dry dock at the historic Chatham boatyard.

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Air Conditioning Installation

P&A Woods

Following on from the successful installation of cassettes with white collars into the workshop of the Rolls Royce dealership, our client, P&A Woods, requested we return to install a further two 12.5kw cassettes into the MOT bays.

A great customer to work with!

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Air Conditioning & Ventilation

One of Us

In the heart of London, Soltec installed five 10kw Fujitsu wall mounted AC systems into the special VFX company’s comms room to ensure a state of the art cooling for all their servers.


The reason for the five single splits design was simple, if one of the systems were to develop a fault, the remaining systems are completely separate and will continue to cool the servers.

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Air Conditioning & Ventilation 

Millennium School

Maritime Academy Trust came on board with Soltec in 2017, since then we have carried out multiple installations of air conditioning and ventilation, completed building projects, boiler replacements and classroom refurbishments across their schools.


We also look after the majority of their pre-planned maintenance making sure everything is up-to- date and running seamlessly.

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Air Conditioning Installation

Cahoots

This project required a full AC and ventilation installation with a challenge to fit AC machines and ducting into a very limited ceiling void. We overcame this obstacle by way of a well-known insulation material (Kingspan) with great fire-resistant properties and being a very lightweight material it was perfect for the task.


Converting the spigots into square ducts we were then able to reduce the height of the duct, extend the width and fit everything neatly into the ceiling void. Consequently, with very little resistance the air flow rate is excellent in delivering the conditioned air to where it is needed. A toilet extraction system was also installed along with two 12.5kw duct systems on the ground floor and two 10kw cassettes in the basement.

 

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