Jaguar Land Rover Deck 92
The Jaguar Land Rover Deck 92 project is a new 10,000m2 material, planning and logistics centre. The Centre incorporates Colorcoat Renew SC® enabling the building envelope to play an active role in the building’s environmental performance.
Using Colorcoat Renew SC® has achieved a low cost source of renewable energy
Using Colorcoat Renew SC® on this building has enabled the provision of pre-heated, ventilated, fresh air thereby reducing the energy load on the primary heating system and minimising heat losses due to the infiltration of cold ambient air.
Jaguar’s material, planning and logistics centre
By incorporating Colorcoat Renew SC® Jaguar Land Rover have achieved a low cost source of renewable energy, reduced overall energy consumption in the building and helped towards their targets of reducing CO2 emissions from their manufacturing operations.
Collector: 565m2 Colorcoat Prisma® in Slate Grey.
Client: Jaguar Land Rover
Architect: Hasker Architects Ltd.
M&E contractor: Couch Perry Wilkes
Main Contractor: Anglo Holt
System manufacturer: Tata Steel
Predicted financial payback: 8 years
Predicted energy saving: 82MWh/year (solar radiation) + 112MWh (reduction of thermal losses).
Steel cladding system that is both durable and sustainable
With 565m2 of Colorcoat Prisma® collector in Slate Grey, Jaguar Landrover benefits from a pre-finished steel cladding system that is durable, sustainable and will deliver 82MWh solar radiation and 11MWh reduction of thermal losses per annum, providing a payback of approximately eight years.
Author: Lisa Wright Date Written: 10 May 2012