A recent survey by estate agency Knight Frank asked what UK businesses want from a post-Covid office. The results give a broader context and support to what we at Procol have been saying – and doing – for some time.
The discipline of office design is not a mystical art or special power. However, when comparing the ideas of the big thinkers that inhabit or inform our area practice, it seems we benefit not from the power of the force, but the fours...
Procol designed and deployed three 500kW roof-mounted chillers for a critical-national-infrastructure data space on behalf of a multinational IT company.
Procol were tasked with completion of the and-of-life replacement and capacity enhancement of chilled-water systems including associated civils on a live data-storage facility.
Did you know that employers have a legal obligation to ensure there’s an adequate supply of fresh air in enclosed areas of the workplace? And if so, did you know that was the case before the coronavirus pandemic, not a piece of new legislation?
Occasionally people ask us why we are involved in office environments and technical environments such as data centres. Perhaps to some they do appear unusual bedfellows. But as we like to explain, they are just like knives and forks…
Businesses considering how to create a safe post-Covid working environment often have office layouts and occupancy levels at top of their agenda. But an appraisal of all the surfaces your employees are likely to touch should also be high on your to-do list.
Design and installation of a high-resilience, high-efficiency 1.5MW chilled-water cooling system for a critical-infrastructure location.