Leo Pharma - Central Utility BuildingUrbanism
Lorcan Lyons & Associates
1.2 MW CHP Engine • HRSG • Absorption Chiller • Ammonia Chiller • Pipe Bridges
The Leo Pharma CUB development comprises a new Central Utility Building (CUB) to house new Quad-Generation Plant, Process Chilled Water Plant and associated site distribution network catering for many of the existing loads on the Leo Pharma Campus while also taking account of future developments forming part of the Leo Pharma Master Plan. The new CUB has been purpose built to suit the proposed plant. The plant includes the following;
• 1.2MW Combined Heat & Power (CHP) Engine c/w Island Mode
• Heat Recovery Steam Generator (HRSG)
• Absorption Chiller
• Step-Up Transformer linking engine to MV ring main
• Condensing Boiler & Steam to LPHW Heat Exchanger (Peak Loads)
Process Chilled Water Plant
• 500kW Ammonia Chiller
• Duty / Standby Cooling Towers
LPHW, Process CHW, HVAC CHW & Steam distribution via network of purpose built pipe bridges linking the new CUB plant to the existing loads on the campus.
Ethos Engineering’s role involved Project Management of both the Design and Construction phases of the project, M&E detailed design, tendering, tender appointments, and site monitoring up to final handover.