Heavy Vehicle Inspection Facility

Project snapshot

  • Location: Heavy Vehicle Inspection Facility
  • Range: $180,000 - $230,000

Heavy Vehicle Inspection Facility

About The Project

This project involved the supply and installation of all air conditioning and ventilation equipment for the Heavy Vehicle Inspection Facility.

Office Air Conditioning

  • A 62kW ActronAir tri-capacity packaged air-conditioner was supplied and installed together with 60 metres of internally insulated ductwork for the air conditioning system.
  • 2 Mitsubishi Heavy Industry split system air-conditioners were supplied and installed (3.5kW and 5.0kW) to supply cooling to the server room and lunch rooms.
  • Supplied and installed 1 Mitsubishi Heavy Industry cassette air-conditioner 5.0kw for the conference room.

Ventilation System

  • 2 air compressor systems were required including pipework, filters, dryers, and regulators.
  • 2 roof mounted exhaust fans for the pit exhaust system were supplied installed to allow for adequate ventilation within the inspection pits.
  • 60 metres of ductwork was installed for access to the pit exhaust system, 4 exhaust systems were also installed in the toilets on the premises.
  • DRS were responsible for the supply and installation of all associated electrical and controls along with air balancing and commissioning. We obtained all mechanical engineering certifications (section 40 & drawings) for all completed works.

Things that DRS achieved to make the client's project a success:

We co-ordinated all trades and initiated pre-emptive identification of possible issues. We had 100% compliance with client timelines and 100% compliance with specifications. We provided weekly progress reports with completion percentages and photo evidence all while providing zero defects on project completion.

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