Warehouse Extension, Port of Southampton

This project comprised the design and construction of a new Warehouse Extension to provide additional operation and activity areas.

Warehouse Extension

The extension involved design and construction processes that exceeded required Building Regulations standards. These processes were required to support the achievement of the targeted BREEAM “Excellent” building rating.

TNG was brought on board to carry out the BREEAM Assessment and provide its Accredited Professional (AP) services. We also undertook a Low or Zero Carbon (LZC) feasibility study for the new extension. Consequently, the study led to the installation of over 5000m² of solar photovoltaic panels on the new extension roof. The panels generate energy and this is exported to the main electricity sub-station to serve various buildings on the main ABP Site.

The roof also incorporates rows of roof lights that ensure that natural daylight can be maximised within the Warehouse. In addition, the lighting system was designed to meet natural and artificial lighting performance requirements and maximise energy efficiency. This included a high efficiency daylight linked lighting system with presence detecting lighting controls.



Associated British Ports (ABP)


July 2014

TNG provided:

BREEAM and Low Energy Sustainability Services



fabric first Warehouse Extension BREEAM Low Energy

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