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Inviron secures cooling project at BCU

Birmingham City University (BCU) has appointed hard FM specialist, Inviron, as Principal Contractor to supply and install 14 Daikin Inverter Air Conditioning units into several servers and hubs within its Curzon Building.

Opened in 2015, the Curzon Building is home to many sectors of BCU including the faculty of Business, Law and Social Sciences; the School of English; the University’s main library; the Student’s Union; and the restored Victorian pub, the Eagle and Ball. Taking place over a timescale of 10 weeks, Inviron will use its technical expertise to provide enhanced air quality to BCU students, staff and visitors.

Inviron will continue to provide technical facilities management for three other buildings within BCU; Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, the state-of-the-art £57 million teaching facility, opened in 2017; Millennium Point – home to the £4 million purpose-built School of Acting, with a fully operational lighting rig and quadraphonic sound system; and the newly formed £70 million STEAM house – home to the School of Computing and Digital Technology.

Tracey Shale, Senior Account Manager at Inviron commented: “Inviron provides BCU with an outstanding technical maintenance service and has done since 2017. Being awarded this project will not only provide a solution to a cooling issue BCU have been experiencing, but it will also allow us the platform to showcase our expertise in the project field which will provide BCU with much comfort and trust to work with us on more projects throughout 2023.”

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