We have installed, tested and commissioned the emergency standby power solution at Teville Gate House in Worthing, West Sussex – the new HMRC specialist site that will soon accommodate 900 full-time employees.
The project includes a 1000kVA tenants’ standby generator, a 110kVA landlord’s standby generator and an 800kW loadbank for on-going maintenance testing, all located on the rooftop of the fifth floor. The generators have a fuel filing system based at ground level.
Jim Sweeney, Head of Projects Delivery & Commissioning at DTGen, said: “We work the length and breadth of the UK delivering resilient standby power solutions to a wide range of customers including banks, retail, data centres, hospitals and utilities, from single turnkey solutions to the most complex of project, and we are proud to be supporting the delivery of these major new infrastructure projects.”
The Teville Gate House development is part of HMRC’S ten-year plan to go from 170 offices to 13 regional centres, five specialist sites - of which Teville Gate House is one - eight transitional sites and a London head office. It will be the third HMRC project completed by DTGen in the last year including Atlantic Square in Glasgow and New Bailey in Manchester.
To find out more about power solutions from DTGen, please visit www.dtgen.co.uk/power-solutions/