Marsh Academy Inclusion Centre


This project involved the construction of a new two-story Inclusion Center on the existing Academy grounds. The new building includes a classroom, group rooms, one-to-one rooms, meeting rooms, breakout, and admin areas. External works include a new parking garage and landscaping. Particular considerations included providing for community usage of the first floor which meant treating it as a separate tenancy.

Elementa provided mechanical, electrical, and public health design for the project. This includes hot/cold water, heating, ventilation, energy, security, data, public health, and low-energy lighting design. The scope for sustainability was to provide BREEAM Very Good and a 20% reduction in CO2 from Low Carbon Technologies.

A dynamic thermal model was produced to optimize the passive building design and analyze renewable technology options. The final renewable technology solution consisted of an air source heat pump and roof-mounted photovoltaic panels.

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