Gilberts Blackpool is ensuring occupants are comfortable without wasting energy or spending time and money connecting ventilation to building management systems.
The problem of designing and installing effective ventilation without ‘dumping’ cost-efficiently has been overcome with refinements at Gilberts Blackpool.
A rooftop ventilation system from Gilberts Blackpool was recently installed to help maintain airflow at two converter stations.
As offsite construction growth outstrips traditional methods, Gilberts has introduced a solution that simplifies incorporation of building services.
Gilberts Blackpool recently helped to ensure that each area of a rejuvenated 1990s concrete and brick multi-storey car park and indoor market hall was comfortably aired.
The fifth façade can make a valued contribution towards the overall aesthetics of a building, as Gilberts Blackpool has explained.
The world’s biggest Primark store is making the most of its space – through to its ventilation, courtesy of Gilberts.
Product knowledge enhanced by practical expertise is now available to air movement specialists in the south, courtesy of changes at Gilberts Blackpool.
Inclusion of effective underfloor air distribution (UFAD) has been simplified, courtesy of innovations by Gilberts Blackpool.
Architectural louvres from Gilberts Blackpool are concealing and ventilating plant on top of the redeveloped BFI Southbank bar and restaurant.