Project Details

The Royal Academy of Arts, London – The Burlington Project

Client:

John Sisk & Son

Completion:

Jan 1, 1970

Project Type:

Heritage

Project Value

£9.0M

Project Detail:

The Royal Academy of Arts, Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BD From its initial conception in 1768 The Royal Academy of Arts has provided a outlet for Art and Artists. This project consists of the redevelopment programme involving a physical connection between two of the buildings at the RAA Site. Works are underway in preparation for the RAA’s 250th Anniversary in 2018. A newly created link will connect Burlington House and Burlington Gardens. Substantial upgrades of Burlington Gardens and Burlington House are underway. The works consist of surveys, isolation processes, diversions, refurbishments and the MEP fit out works to the existing Burlington House & Burlington Gardens buildings. The buildings comprise of Lower Ground, Ground, and Mezzanine, First, Second, Third floors and Roof. Burlington House will remain operational during the the whole duration of the project requiring careful sequencing of works. The MEP works include a high specification Audio Visual installation and the installation of bespoke architectural light fittings

More Detail:

Designer Group are responsible for all Mechanical and Electrical Services comprising of

  • Low Voltage Switch Rooms
  • Lighting Control System
  • Bespoke Lighting and emergency Lighting Systems
  • Audio Visual installation
  • Refurbishment to the Electrical Installation
  • Air Conditioning System
  • Ventilation System
  • Refurbishment to the Mechanical Installation
  • Space Heating and Air Treatment systems
  • BMS Controls