J S Wright has secured a contract valued at more than £4.7 million for a new mixed-use development at Neptune Wharf in Deptford.
The company will fit out all 199 private and social ownership apartments with mechanical services and carry out the shell and core works for six commercial units on Grinstead Road.
Galliard Homes is driving the regeneration scheme in the same district as its now sold-out Seagar Distillery development, for which J S Wright fitted out the second phase of 137 apartments in a £1.2 million contract.
J S Wright will install an energy centre incorporating gas-fired combined heating and power (CHP) plant to distribute low temperature hot water (LTHW), and a boosted cold-water plantroom with distribution pipework to serve all six blocks and 10 mews houses on the development, which will range from three to 12 storeys including office space, a café, bike repair shop and parking space.
The shell and core works involve installing soil and wastewater services, internal rainwater services, gas services, and dry risers for firefighting. The company will also fit commercial fire sprinklers and capped services to all the commercial units, as well as provide automatic controls.
It will fit out the one to four-bed apartments on the scheme with hot and cold-water services and a mix of radiator and underfloor heating supplied via heat interface units (HIUs), as well as sanitaryware, and soil and waste services.
The contract package for the apartments also includes installing domestic sprinklers and ventilation systems.
J S Wright is set to start work on site this month on the 55-week contract.
Managing Director Phil Leech said: “Having successfully supported Galliard Homes on major projects throughout London and Birmingham, it is a testament to our expertise that we have been appointed yet again to help deliver another major mixed-use regeneration scheme.”
Picture: A CGI of the Neptune Wharf development in Deptford