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Jaguar Land Rover Deck 92

11 May 2012 No Comment

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.

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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-Deck92-3 The pre-engineered control system optimizes the renewable heat gain and provides night time purge cooling in the summer months.

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.

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Factfile

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
Contractor: Roofwise
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

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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

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