Temperatures soar in student village
High temperature heat pumps provide heating and hot waterConsultant: Stufkens & Chambers
Mechanical Contractor: Beattie Air Conditioning
Main Contractor: Naylor Love
Multi-functional buildings, which are both learning and community facilities, have become the norm post earthquake.
The first school to be completed as part of the Government’s $1.1 billion repair and rebuild strategy. Marshland school acts as both an educational centre and community facility. The building designed by Stephenson & Turner is both warm and welcoming thanks to, in part, the underfloor heating solution provided by Central Heating New Zealand
Central Heating New Zealand provided 16 FAR commercial manifolds, ideal for use with heat pump powered underfloor heating systems. The commercial grade, high-flow manifolds reticulate heating through 18,000 meters of Multitubo composite pipe.
Children and community groups make the most of Marshland School’s lofty ceilings and open spaces. Visitors enjoy the most luxurious and comfortable heating solution which is warm on the feet and cooler towards the head.