Weatherite works on shopping centre AHUs

Published:  04 April, 2013

Weatherite, AHUs

Weatherite Building Services has completed the first phase of a 3-year plant to replace and upgrade air-handling units at the Four Seasons shopping centre in Mansfield. The company is project manager overseeing the complete project, and sister company Weatherite Manufacturing is designing and making the new AHUs.

Martin Moran, operations manager with Four Seasons, says, ‘We worked closely with RSP Consultants, who helped us to specify replacement AHUs which would not only deliver performance and reliability, but would also deliver cost savings and environmentally friendly performance which would far exceed the requirements of current legislation. RSP Consultants recommended Weatherite Group as the ideal company to provide a one-stop solution.’



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