Birmingham building services provider JS Wright has won three London contracts worth almost £6 million.
J S Wright is to provide all the services for 20-storey Elmgrove House (pictured), an eco-efficient £16m housing scheme in Plumstead being built for ASRA Greater London Housing Association.
The company will carry out the work as part of a £1.5-million contract with Galliford Try.
The project will include designing and installing a central boiler house with an energy saving biomass boiler to provide renewable energy for all 119 apartments in the scheme, which is designed by Alan Camp Architects.
J S Wright will also be installing a boosted cold water system to serve the three-bed apartments and four-bed duplexes, each of which will be fitted with a hydraulic interface unit to receive low-pressure hot water services.
JS Wright has also won a £3-million deal in Greenwich with Galliard Construction to provide mechanical services including VRV heat reclaim ventilation for a new 158-bed Premier Inn hotel.
The company will be designing and installing centralised plant services, heat exchangers and substations, as well as plumbing 226 privately owned apartments within six blocks, all of which have been pre-sold.
J S Wright is scheduled to begin work on site in September 2009 in readiness for completion in October 2010.
The company has also won a £1.4-million deal with London developer Mount Anvil to fit out a new £45-million scheme of top quality houses and apartments at Barnsbury Place in Islington.