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Premier Inn, Uxbridge

Client

Premier Inn has recently invested in the redevelopment of its Uxbridge hotel to provide increased accommodation options and better facilities for guests. To achieve this, a brand new 80-bed unit has been constructed. 

The services design uses an all electric solution with air source heat pumps for heating, cooling, and hot water generation. Overall a low energy strategy had been delivered to minimise operational running costs. 

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