Theatre revamp is a Capitol idea

03/08/2015

Theatre revamp

The Capitol Theatre is a famous 1930’s Art Deco building in Aberdeen that has recently undergone a major change. This has seen not only the building being lovingly restored but has also meant that this much loved architectural treasure has found a new lease of life through a considered redevelopment plan.

At a cost of £35m, the project on this Category B listed building has seen it retain its wonderful façade, but it is behind it that the true magnitude of the significant changes are to be found. The full impact of this will be fully visible when the newly redeveloped building opens later this year. When it will reveal a modern 12-storey building; that will deliver 75,000 sq. ft. of prime office space.

Grundfos Pumps have been delighted to work in partnership with the consultant TUV SUD Ltd and contractors Emtec Building Services to deliver this landmark project by providing a full range of pump solutions, as well as all the ancillary needs that will take this building into the next stage of its iconic journey.

The Grundfos solution will support all the HVAC requirements that the building will have, as well as meeting the water boosting demands of its expected 700 occupants and will help to deliver the expected 66.5% reduction in energy consumption. All in all a Capitol solution.





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