Crown House Technologies
Crown House Technologies Enterprise Solutions (CHtES) are part of the Laing O’Rourke ‘in-house’ self-delivery team with the capability to deliver various specialist systems including but not limited to Building Management Systems (BMS) and Lighting Control Systems (LCS).
Crown House Technologies serves clients throughout the UK, with two business hubs in Dartford and Manchester and a variety of regional offices. We provide a comprehensive resource of 2000 highly skilled, directly employed project personnel, all boasting exceptional skills and technical expertise.
From our network of offices, we maintain a strong local presence nationwide, with a unique capacity to draw on our workforce to resource a project wherever and whenever the need arises.
CHtES work as part of the ‘One Team’ approach working closely with project based Laing O’Rourke and Crown House Technologies mechanical and electrical teams and are involved in projects from early concept through to the design and bid stages, culminating in successful project delivery, commissioning and hand over.
CHtES align with the Laing O’Rourke Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfmA) approach to offsite manufacturing by installing, testing and commissioning controls equipment to package plant in our factory. This allows delivery of fully integrated controls direct to site. By utilizing modular construction, onsite activities are significantly reduced.
Specialist systems are designed and installed to meet the actual requirements of the project taking into account any specific or preferred systems requested by the client or consultant during project lifecycle.
CHtES have been self-delivering BMS since 2010, employing a team of 40 engineers nationwide who between them carry a variety of experience enabling delivery of systems from various manufacturers including; EasyIO, Schneider and Tridium.
CHtES have a portfolio of successfully delivered projects of varying sizes including The Francis Crick Institute (pharmaceutical), Dumfries and Galloway (healthcare), North Wales Prison (Ministry of Justice), Clarges (mixed use residential and commercial), Manchester Airport Terminal 2 (air) and various datacentres.
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