Birmingham Symphony Hall

Introducing Birmingham Symphony Hall

The original Birmingham Symphony Hall was built in 1991 and played host to many iconic classical performances yet Performance Birmingham Ltd, the charitable trust which manages the Town hall and Symphony Hall, wanted to expand the space to create a permeable area to satisfy a diverse audience and cater for new artistic adventures.

Client: Manstal

Product used:

  • Proflow PIC Valve

Applications:

  • HVAC System

Market Sector:

  • Education

Project Profile

Galiford Try were appointed as contractors to deliver a seamless integration between the old building and new foyer. The building has seen more than 8,000 sqft of new space created whilst a further 6,000 sqft of unused space re-developed into productive use. The new foyer now provides enhanced catering and hospitality space as well as a place for educational activities.
The particular challenge on this project for Manstal, M&E contractors, was to create an integrated plumbing system that succinctly delivered all services to the various areas at a consistent and efficient level of performance. In addition, the new system was to be integrated into the district heating system that also serviced the existing building.

What Manstal said:
Matthew Rose, Manstal Project Manager commented:
“We are well aware of the quality of the Pegler brand and had no hesitation to use the Proflow PICV on such an iconic project. With the valves being supplied in a bypass configuration it meant that our time was reduced in preparing the valves for the flushing process and as the two circuits were flushed together, we were confident that any debris would easily pass through without effecting the new system.”

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