From design and installation to commissioning and handover, Rotary Building Services provides comprehensive building services for manufacturing, high-tech applications, heavy industrial, warehousing, distribution projects and specialist food processing facilities.
Amazon Fulfillment Centre (MAN1), Airport City, Manchester
Value: £12 million
Main Contractor: McLaren
80,000m2 four-storey warehouse
5,000m2 new-build office block
180 picking stations
30 loading bays
500 Seat restaurant
21 week installation period
123,500 man hours
In February 2016 and after the successful completion of the Base Build, Rotary Building Services were awarded the prestigious contract for the M&E fit out of the Amazon Fulfilment Centre at Airport City, Manchester Airport with McLaren Construction.
These significant works included the fit out of approx 80,000m2 of four-storey warehouse, as well as a 5000m2 new build office block, multi-storey car park, remote hub incorporating driver facilities, 500 cover kitchen and restaurant, large external plant zone and a series of rooftop plant areas housing air handling units and associated equipment.
This exciting project incorporated innovative technologies such as KIVA robots and complex material handling equipment and despite extremely demanding programme constraints, we were delighted to have delivered all 13 early access dates and achieved PC one month ahead of schedule on 15 September 2016.
Having secured the project in February at c.£8m and works commenced on site in late April, we accelerated both the offices and warehouse areas and incorporated almost £4m of additional work taking the overall M&E value to c.£12m, all delivered in 21 weeks and exceeding the clients expectations.
“Rotary approached this challenging project with a positive and professional attitude. The sectional milestones were achieved within programme and client requests for acceleration were also met. The site team were accommodating throughout the job and very knowledgeable”
McLaren Construction Ltd
Specialist Food Processing Facilities
Value: £30 million
As part of our commitment to providing the most efficient and innovative building services solutions, we have developed a specialist and dedicated process that delivers an integrated engineering service to the UK food industry.
This flexible capability offers; 3D modelling, fully integrated mechanical, electrical and process engineering, controls, instrumentation and commissioning – to meet our customers needs in an ever changing and challenging marketplace. Clients who have benefited from this specialist service include; Arla Foods, Dairy Crest, Muller Wiseman, Geo Bassett and Lofthouse.
Through our skills, experience and expertise, we are pleased to announce the recent successful completion of two new manufacturing facilities totalling almost £30 million of M&E process services in plants associated with dairy and health foods.
CPC Regeneration Facility
Value: £13 million
Main Contractor: Graham Construction
This regeneration project is expected to secure 300 jobs through its 11-year programme. Building of a core production capability (CPC) facility to produce reactor core fuel will follow the demolition of existing buildings.
From the project’s inception, Rotary Building Services worked in close partnership with the main contractor and both teams delivered a high-quality and cost-effective bid to meet the client’s stringent requirements. A new energy has been built, together with a manufacturing facility, product assembly building, new reception building and all associated infrastructure and external works.
Rotary ranks amongst the few with the expertise and resources to satisfy the specialist design, safety and compliance requirements that characterise projects of this type and scale. We are delighted to have been appointed to deliver this nationally important project.
Project Mercury - Hermes Distribution Centre, Warrington
Client: Bowmer & Kirkland
Value: £3 million
Main Contractor: Rotary Building Services Design & Build
Rotary Building Services were appointed to deliver the Hermes Distribution Centre at the Omega site in Warrington. We demonstrated our experience and willingness to support the local economy and commerce for the town and surrounding areas.
This commitment was an influencing factor in the client's selection.
The new premises on Omega North, a major distribution and logistics hub, is part of a £1 billion development at Junction 8 of the M62 in Warrington.
MTC Manufacturing Technology Centre, Coventry
Client: MTC Ltd
Value: £5 million
Main Contractor: Morgan Sindall
Rotary Building Services designed and installed the full mechanical and electrical services for this cutting-edge manufacturing technology centre.
This state-of-the-art building provides facilities for research and development on an industrial scale. Founding industry members include Rolls-Royce, Airbus UK and Aero Engine Controls. Initial research partners are University of Birmingham, University of Nottingham, Loughborough University and TWI Ltd.
Work included: Combined heating, cooling and power unit, boilers, under floor heating and cooling, chillers, air handling units, all pipework, ventilation sytems, 11kV electrical pipework infrastructure, transformers and ring main units, low voltage distribution, lighting and power, data installation, fire detection and alarms, security and access control.