Andrews Boilers helps leading university with bioscience medicine research

According to regulatory guidelines, educational leaders must ensure that student campus areas and facilities are at a certain temperature to help support their studies and maintain productivity. Although there is no legal minimum temperature in UK law, the World Health Organisation recommends a temperature of at least 16°C to ensure comfortable indoor working.

When a well-known university in the Midlands discovered that their current pipework had leaks within their district system, Andrews Boilers was urgently called to provide a temporary solution.

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University campus provided with temporary heating and hot water

Over the last few years, Andrews Boilers have developed longstanding relationships with local authorities and educational institutions right across the country. This has allowed us to enhance our understanding of sector requirements and how best to combat a multitude of potential problems.

So when an accommodation block at a university in the South West failed shortly before the opening semester, a temporary replacement was required immediately. A new boiler install had been scheduled but an alternative was needed to ensure domestic hot water and heating were available to incoming students.

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