West King Street Redevelopment Gets Heating & Cooling from vTherm° Units

Vital Energi are delighted to have been chosen to deliver a key part of the heating and cooling infrastructure on the West King Street Redevelopment which will see Ardmore transform the Grade II-listed Hammersmith & Fulham Town Hall and the building of 204 new homes on the Civic Campus site, of which more than half are genuinely affordable.

The mechanical contractor STRUCKTOR Mechanical will install 117 Vital Energi’s vTherm°e Heat Interface Units (HIU) which act as the link between the district heating scheme and the residents’ in-home system, delivering heating and hot water into the home.

West King Street will also see the installation of 87 prestigious properties with the combination of both vTherm°e Heat Interface Units (HIU) and our vTherm°c Cooling Interface Units (CIU) which will deliver heating, hot water and cooling to apartments.

West King Street is an extremely exciting redevelopment which will create the new Hammersmith Civic Campus, and will be a fantastic addition to West London. This was the very definition of a collaboration with all parties which enabled the vTherm°c to be developed to best suit the client and meet the needs of the residents.”

Brendan Clancy - Vital Energi, Group Business Development Manager
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vTherm°c units, waiting to be shipped to the West King Street development from our Blackburn Headquarters.

Solution detail

HIUs and CIUs are an essential component of any residential district heating scheme and they are a big factor in the overall efficiency of a scheme, so we’re delighted to be installing our vTherm° range of products to bring residents reliable, efficient heating and cooling.”

Lance Colwyn, HIU Business Unit Manager , Vital Energi

The Town Hall will be at the heart of the Civic Campus Scheme, with Developers creating an additional 4,500sqm glass box extension.  When complete, the mixed-use campus will include 204 new homes, community art and event spaces, offices and public spaces.

The scheme is being delivered through a joint venture partnership between Hammersmith & Fulham Council and A2 Dominion.