12 September 2014
12 September 2014, Comments Comments Off on VENTILATION SYSTEM HELP TO PRESERVE PREHISTORIC ARTEFACTS AT STONEHENGE VISITOR CENTRE

Fullcircle recently completed a ventilation project at the prestigious and world famous Stonehenge Visitor Centre working with clients, Skanska.

Fullcircle installed a complete supply and return air system with controls to monitor the ventilation air changes to the preserved, prehistoric relics. This being an extremely delicate job having to work around some of the worlds most protected artefacts.

Paul Manning, Senior Services Project Manager for Skanska was extremely happy with the quality and standard of the workmanship achieved on the Stonehenge ductwork contract. “Fullcircle’s installation was timely and installed to a good standard.  All the installation teams were excellent, especially Steve Anson and Martin Reader who were first rate. They always thought about problems in advance and often had a solution.  I would not hesitate in using Fullcircle again” stated Paul.

Since completing the project a representative from Fullcircle regularly returns to maintain the system and check that it is all functioning effectively. “It is fulfilling to see the system all in working order and doing its job of keeping the area ventilated for its visitors and to help preserve the delicate, ancient artefacts” explains Martin Reader from Fullcircle who was part of the installation team for the project.

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