Rotary Building Services

Transport

Transport projects often involve construction while the passenger facilities remain fully operational. Rotary Building Services designs and programmes its building services to suit our clients' requirements and ensure the smooth running of their facilities.

Hong Kong Airport, Chek Lap Kok Island
Client: Airport Authority
Value: £80 million

Rotary was awarded (at the time) the world’s largest M&E package valued at £80 million (HK$ 2.5bn) to deliver mechanical, electrical and plumbing services in the main terminal building at the new Hong Kong International Airport on Chek Lap Kok Island.

Some 2,000 km of electrical cables and 70,000 light fittings were installed. The 4,000 luminaires in the roof area are an integral architectural feature of the terminal building.

The new airport opened in 1998 and its completion in such a short time owed much to the skills of the architects, engineers and contractors. In 2004 it was voted ‘Airport of the Year’ for the fourth consecutive year in appreciation of the support services it continues to provide.

Rotary was awarded a Special Recognition plaque by the Airport Authority Hong Kong. The value of this contract represented a significant portion of the total mechanical and electrical services package which was the largest single M&E package in the world and was eventually valued at HK$ 2.5 billion.

Liverpool John Lennon Airport Phases 1-4
Client: Peel Holdings Ltd
Combined Value: £9 million
Main Contractor: Lend Lease

Phase 1 and 2
Liverpool John Lennon Airport was successfully completed to the satisfaction of the client, on time and within budget. Rotary‘s teamwork and excellent supply chain management resulted in the award of the next phase.

Phase 3
Rotary installed mechanical and electrical services to the Eastern Core as an extension to the existing terminal. The new area provides additional gates to the terminal together with a new boarding lounge and new arrivals corridor.

Phase 4
Rotary installed mechanical and electrical services to a new two-storey modular extension to the existing Eastern Core on the Eastern elevation.

Robin Hood Airport, Doncaster
Client: Peel Holdings Ltd
Combined Value: £7.5 million
Main Contractor: Lend Lease

Following the successful completion of Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Rotary were awarded the building services contract for the new Robin Hood Airport, Doncaster.

Robin Hood Airport, a purpose built International Airport, is built on the site of the former RAF Finningley airbase, world famous for its military air displays. The runway at 2,741 metres is able to handle Boeing 747 jumbo jets, which allows it to serve popular destinations in the US, Caribbean, Far East as well as Europe.

Work included: High voltage/low voltage Installations, low pressure hot water – package plant room, chilled water, gas, domestics, soils and wastes, sprinklers, oil distribution, BEMS, ventilation, data networks, fire alarms, CCTV, access control, PA/VA, stand by generators, packaged sub-stations and lighting control.

Waterloo Station, London
Client: Network Rail
Combined Value: £4.4 million
Main Contractor: Bovis

Rotary were responsible for the supply and installation of the MEP services within the main concourse building whilst maintaining the operational needs of a busy main line station.

Work included: Lighting and emergency lighting, fire alarm installation, small power, communications, access and security, ventilation systems, air conditioning and public health.