Bow Exchange, London E3

CField Construction, is a leading Building and Civil Engineering contractor, operating in the UK and Ireland. Link365 were brought on as the main mechanical contractor for the exciting London development, Bow Exchange.

The Bow Exchange development located in Tower Hamlets, features 92 apartments, across 10 floors, with 3 commercial units.

This project featured external walk-way access to the apartments, which is less common in new builds today. Our team were responsible for installing a full mechanical and public health services package including, sprinklers, ducting, heat pumps, MEV units, SVP and rainwater, ducting and water storage tanks.

Bow Exchange will also feature landscaped public open space, communal amenity space, on-site child play space, waste storage, cycle parking and disabled car parking. This development is part of the Help to Buy Scheme (up to £600,000) and features:

Link365 managed and coordinated the mechanical and public health service requirements of the project, in addition to supplying, installing, testing and commissioning the mechanical services.

Kingfield Heath, Birmingham B12

Kingfield Heath is a large, urban residential redevelopment project located in Digbeth East of Birmingham City, less than 1 mile from the Bullring. It supports the wider City’s ongoing regeneration plan. Keady Construction (part of the OHOB Group) appointed Link365 (working in partnership with AIS) as the main mechanical and electrical contractor.
Link365’s Birmingham team were responsible for the design and build. The project comprises of 237 apartments over 8 floors, plus a residential amenity space.

With a vast project such as this, our build approach saw the team pre-preparing as many of the elements in advance as was possible. The team install a single benchmark of every element, which is quality checked and signed off by the client. This blueprint is then replicated and rolled out across the build meaning that the quality and installation is perfect every time.

The public health services, apartment cylinder cupboards, building tank room, ventilation and rainwater solutions have been managed and carried out by Link365.
The development, which is close to city centre amenities and numerous railway stations, will benefit from an extension of the Midland Metro Tram and HS2, features:

For this design-build project, Link365 was responsible for managing and integrating the mechanical requirements, as well as delivering, installing, testing and commissioning the mechanical and public health services.

Mothercare Place, Watford WD24

Xone Kontrol, a leading multidisciplinary construction company specialising in construction, refurbishment and renovation. Xone Kontrol are managing the entire design and build programme for the conversion of the Mothercare Head Offices in Watford, Hertfordshire into a residential scheme.

Link365 have been brought onto this project to concentrate in the supply, installation of a sprinkler system and dry risers to service the 141 newly created apartments.

The conversion requires the ground, first, second and third floors to be repurposed, while the fourth and fifth floors will be considered new build.

Link365 is responsible for managing and coordinating the project's mechanical services as well as supplying, installing, testing, and commissioning the sprinkler and dry riser requirements of this scheme. Link365 will apply knowledge, skills, and expertise to overcome any challenges that may arise and look forward to sharing the project reflection once complete.

Commerce Road, London TW8

Link365 was responsible for the mechanical and electrical installation for HG Construction’s first project for Legal and General Affordable Homes; ‘The Moorings, Brentford Lock’ - at Commerce Road, London.

The project required a full new build mechanical and electrical and public health services installation as well as our expertise in renewable energy solutions. Link365 designed and installed a highly efficient plant room and heat pump to service the 7-storey apartment block. The MVHR solution was integral in supporting the energy efficiency of the building. The development consisted of 38, one-bedroom, 26, two-bedroom and 12, three-bedroom apartments with associated ground floor parking, plus a commercial space at ground floor level. The project also involved the retention, restoration and alteration of the existing Art Deco façade.

As well as managing and coordinating the project’s mechanical, electrical, public health and renewable requirements, Link365 also supplied, installed, tested, and commissioned the mechanical services.

Blackfriars Road, London SE1

Link365 worked with United Living on the installation of the mechanical engineering and public health services for their Blackfriars project for Latimer Homes.
The mechanical services included a high-efficiency building plant room to service the 53 apartments and exposed ducting and ventilation in the communal areas. Underfloor heating was installed throughout the project.

Inside the apartments, Link365 installed Nuaire MVHR systems within apartment service cupboards for each dwelling. The team finished the project with apartment plumbing and sanitary-ware installation to a high specification. Inspired by Art Deco, this elegant Zone 1 development has been designed to reflect and enhance the unique character and iconic heritage of the Southwark area. In addition to the 53 apartments, the development also includes landscaped residents’ roof terraces and a concierge reception area.

Link365 worked on mechanical engineering services and overcame challenges with knowledge, skills, and competence. The project was successfully finished, testament to rigorous planning and teamwork from all involved stakeholders. Link365 was responsible for organising and coordinating the mechanical, electrical, public health and renewable energy services requirements of the project as well as installing, testing, and commissioning the mechanical services.

Papermill House, Essex RM1

Link365 was selected as the mechanical engineer partner for the Papermill House development by Galliard Homes.

In this project, the former Romford headquarters of Neopost was transformed into 116 flats over 6 floors, with the sixth-floor apartments featuring a private balcony or terrace. The project also included a communal roof terrace on the top floor.

Having worked with Galliard Homes on previous projects Link365 seamlessly integrated on-site as the mechanical contractor, meeting the requirements of the development team.
The mechanical services included the installation of public health services, rainwater and dry riser alterations, and new, full ventilation and ducting system installation (MVHR). Within this project remit, Link365 also installed the building plant room and boosted cold water services.
To each apartment, the team installed the sanitaryware and carried out the building testing and commissioning, including chlorination and sterilisation.

This development has the additional benefits and features of:

As a previous project, Link365 seamlessly integrated on-site to install a variety of mechanical services and applied its knowledge, skills, and expertise to overcome any challenges encountered. Link365 was in charge of supplying, installing, testing, and commissioning every mechanical service in addition to managing and coordinating the installation of the required services.

Millbrook Park, London NW7

Joseph Homes’ Millbrook Park development was short-listed for Development of the Year at the RESI Awards in 2021. Link365 was engaged as the mechanical contractor.

Joseph Homes is committed to delivering healthier, more sustainable homes. One of their key Live Well goals is to create virtually toxin-free homes. Link365 installed MVHR (Mechanical Ventilation and Heat Recovery) systems in every home and apartment. Which use filters to remove stale air and pollen from the entire house while providing fresh, filtered air to each room. Every homeowner would then benefit from the increased air quality.

In addition, Joseph Homes aim was to reduce reliance on the electrical grid and fossil fuels, by installing solar panels on the roof and fitting low-energy lighting throughout the buildings. These are just a few of the mechanical and electrical installations that are making a positive impact on the end-user’s lifestyle and the planet.

Link365 also installed underfloor heating, public health services, dry risers, and the building management system, as well as the building plant room.

The development consists of 4 apartment blocks, comprising 116 residential flats featuring:

Link365 provided a range of mechanical services at Millbrook House, including insulation, and ventilation, as well as providing hot and cold water services. The mechanical services for this project, including testing and commissioning, were also conducted by Link365. For this Joseph Homes project, the team coordinated and managed this complete, sustainable installation by putting their knowledge, skills, and expertise into action.

City of Westminster SW1

Link365 was engaged in a high-specification project in Central London. This project was a highly specialised mechanical services project, seeing Link365 install individual gas pipe in pipe system for a Residential Building project.

This project saw our mechanical engineers fit over 11,000 meters of gas pipes to service 96 luxury apartments. At the height of the project, Link365 had 25 qualified welders and pipe-fitters on site at peak.

All our engineers were required to have nuclear experience as the specification needed to meet nuclear welding standards. NDT Testing and X-ray inspection was carried out throughout the duration of the project.

Church Road, Leyton E10

At Church Road for Galliard Homes Link365 was the main mechanical engineering contractor. The project comprised 48 high-spec apartments and townhouses.

Church Road is located on a corner site with Tallack Road and Church Road in front of it. This development, which is a part of the Help to Buy Scheme, intends to contribute back to the community. The townhouses and flats have a number of amenities, including:

Our engineers installed individual water cylinders and heat pumps in each apartment utility cupboard as part of Link365’s scope of work. The townhomes each had their own heat pump installed.

As part of our remit, Link365 installed Glen Dimplex Zeroth Energy System which provides an energy-efficient, low carbon heating and hot water solution for the building. Additional air source heat pumps were installed on the roof and underfloor heating was installed throughout.

Link365 managed and coordinated the mechanical services and our engineers installed the sanitary ware, radiator heating installation, exterior rainwater system, plant room, thermal insulation, MEV ventilation and ducting system.
Utilising the teams vast knowledge, abilities, and skill set led to a great delivery for this exciting project.

Harper Road, London SE1

Link365 has worked with Galliard Homes on multiple projects over the years. This residential development in southeast London was another project completed in Spring 2019.

Harper Road is a residential development consisting of 64 apartments on a site in Southwark. The three main blocks are over double level basement and vary in height of 5-7 levels. It was important for the development to encapsulate its surroundings and relate to the different aesthetics of the neighbourhood and therefore the scheme is a complete compilation.

Link365 offered their full building mechanical services on Harper Road. The plant room serviced the 64 apartments, each fitted with underfloor heating throughout. Manufacturers on this project included Dewey Waters Ltd, Verplas Ltd, Nuaire and GRUNDFOS.

In accordance with the client’s specifications, Link365’s engineers delivered dry risers, hot and cold water services, sprinkler systems, and other mechanical services. It’s wonderful to reflect back on how this project was executed. Link365 oversaw and coordinated the mechanical services and carried out all of the testing, installation, and commissioning.