Wright on Fulham Wharf

Fulham Wharf cgiJ S Wright has clinched a contract worth around £5.8m to fit out Fulham Wharf, the Barratt London development next to Wandsworth Bridge.

J S Wright will provide the mechanical services for the first 267 apartments. The 8.5acre site is being redeveloped by Barratt London and London & Quadrant after it was acquired in 2012 from Sainsbury plc, and the first phase development of the site is scheduled for completion in December 2015.

J S Wright will be installing all the pipework linking an energy centre with heating interface units in each apartment to provide a low energy alternative to individual boilers for hot water and heating.

The company will also be fitting under-floor heating, extract ventilation, boosted cold water and sanitation services, as well as sprinklers and dry risers, for the three to 15 storey buildings.

It will also be providing rainwater collection and drainage for a two-level car park serving a new Sainsbury’s superstore that the buildings will wrap around.

Marcus Aniol, Managing Director of J S Wright, said: “We are delighted to be able to make such a major contribution to the regeneration of London with our third contract with Barratt London in just 12 months.”

Fulham Wharf will eventually house 463 riverside apartments as well as restaurants, cafes and bars, a crèche, a gym. Residents will also be able to enjoy landscaped gardens, a riverside walk and the use of a jetty to create an ecological area for riverside wildlife.

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