Jaguar Land Rover, Gaydon

The building has over 40 zones with AET Flexible Space CAM-C25 and CAM C-35 downflow units supplying conditioned air into the plenum beneath the raised access floor.  Conditioned air is introduced into the work space by more than 750 Fantile units.  The site has won a number of BIFM “Office of the Year” awards

Since the original installation there have been a number of add-ons to the existing specification, and another 7,500 sq m building was supplied with UFAC in 2004 for Aston Martin’s project Goldline.  In 2014 AET have completed a major controls upgrade for the Flexible Space installation.  Read more

  • Client: Rover / Ford, now Tata Group
  • Consultant – Rolton Design / Venables Associates
  • Architect – Hulme Upright Weedon

Head of FM Engineering, Clive Dorney speaks of his experience of AET Flexible Space UFAC systems.  Watch now on Youtube

Read the Architect’s account from Architects Journal June 2007