Deutsche Bank headquarters at 10 Upper Bank Street, E14 5GW is a Landmark tower building. Situated in the heart of London’s Canary Wharf, it was designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF) and opened in 2003. The innovative design includes a luxurious large reception lobby with direct escalator access to the Jubilee line and Jubilee park retail.
Deutsche Bank significantly reduced their London office locations and expanded into the 10 Upper Bank Street building to provide a Canary Wharf base for the business.
In February 2016, SCI started work on the site on a 12-month project for Overbury. The basement, and floors 2-4, 6-12 and 16 underwent fit out works with SCI designing a new BMS utilising Trend controllers.
A new Tenant BMS was added to incorporate extra M&E plant including extra Fan Coil Units, FATVAVs, MER monitoring, extra fans/ventilation, miscellaneous monitoring and relocation of any existing services. Multiple BMS control panels were designed and located adjacent to controlled plant. A Tenant’s BMS Supervisor now provides full access and control to the Tenant BMS controlled plant with limited access and control to the Landlords plant. The new BMS network included all switches, cabling, containment, commissioning and setting to works . Integration controllers were installed as necessary. Interface to the new lighting control system was also provided and also to the Landlord’s metering package for interface to the FATVAVs.
Sub-contracted by Michael J Lonsdale the BMS 12-floor fit-out of the building was completed at a cost of £1,530,000.
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