Ocean Cruise Terminal, Southampton

TNG provided full detailed design duties for the Ocean Terminal, the fourth Cruise Terminal built for ABP in Southampton Docks.

Ocean Cruise Terminal

It is designed to accommodate 4500 passengers and is engineered in a unique way to provide one of the most robust and energy-efficient facilities of its kind.
The net effect of all the energy saving measures incorporated into the design could reduce the primary thermal energy consumption and associated CO2 production by 90% of a conventionally designed building.

TNG’s Designs Included…

  • Gas engine heat pumps providing 300 kW of heating and cooling;
  • A pair of matched air handling units rated at 25 m3/s;
  • A full recirculation facility – inverter fan drives and a plate heat exchanger for heat recovery;
  • Displacement terminals controlled by VAV boxes, which contain all the lighting, PA, fire alarm and power services;
  • Waste energy from the AHU heating the Baggage Hall;
  • Separate split heat pump systems for other areas.

 

Client:

Associated British Ports (ABP)

Completion:

May 2009

TNG provided:

Full Duties Detailed Design

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