The Stanley Dock Tobacco Warehouse is a grade II listed building and is the world's largest brick warehouse, located adjacent to the Stanley Dock, in Liverpool, England.
Standing 125 feet (38 m) high, the building was, at the time of its construction in 1901, claimed to be the world's largest building having used an alleged 27 million bricks.
Tobacco Warehouse now presents exceptional waterfront apartments in Liverpool's largest landmark. With a stunning collection of apartments, Tobacco Warehouse is at the centre of the city’s most ambitious regeneration programme, an area being transformed into a thriving new creative neighbourhood.
Client: Townley Hughes and Company Limited
Townley Hughes and Company Limited have over 45 years of specialist knowledge and experience in the HVAC contracting industry.
By pioneering the latest technology and offering fully bespoke solutions, they have become a household name within the industry as they navigate the intricate requirements for each project individually to deliver truly outstanding solutions.
Ventilation System – Full Mechanical
2 x 2 number imposing 1250 mm diameter fire rated main exhaust fans combined with 12 number unique PVE twin discharge 50N induction fans form the basis for this fully automated and code compliant basement car park smoke clearance system.
In this instance significant financial benefits were also achieved in vertically mounting all extract fans in the centrally located podium zone with an ingenious ‘reverse-cycle’ control mode introduced to maintain the highest air quality within the garden area above should prevailing weather patterns dictate.