Titanic Museum

Titanic Museum

  • Tri-generation CHP
  • Exhibition
  • LED Lighting

Interactive Visitors Centre




Project Value

January 2011

March 2012

£9 million

The 25,000m2 Titanic centre was a multi-use development including interactive exhibition spaces, education facilities, cafe areas, social spaces, a banquet hall, restaurants, retail units, catering facilities, offices and plant areas. Sustainable/renewable technologies including the installation of tri-generation CHP, thermal wheels and rainwater harvesting were incorporated into the design.

Electrical Services included: LV Distribution, general lighting, general power, emergency lighting, disabled facilities, CCTV, access control, security detection and alarm, fire detection systems and lightning protection.
Mechanical Services included: ULTHW Heating, chilled water cooling, space conditioning via supply and extract ventilation systems, comfort cooling, local extract systems, a BEMS, cold and hot water services, above ground drainage, rainwater harvesting, fume and smoke extract system.