Pi Consult is delighted to announce that we have successfully secured a contract to work with The National Archives, supporting them to preserve our nation’s history for the future.
The National Archives is the official archive and publisher for the UK government, collecting and securing digital and physical records, preserving them for generations to come. Based in Kew, West London, The National Archives wanted to appoint a specialist Building Services partner to support them in the delivery of Mechanical & Electrical services on a range of projects on their estate. They recently confirmed that we had won the contract with them, beating some tough competition, after an intense tendering process.
The 3-year contract will involve developing strategies and innovative solutions to support The National Archives in meeting their stringent environmental objectives, as they continue to work towards net zero greenhouse gas emissions. The experienced design team at Pi are looking forward to collaborating with the Estates Capital Projects team, in key areas such as Mechanical, HVAC and Electrical Services.
Working within a live Government and public site, Pi will be providing detailed design proposals and specifications, drawings, site reviews and surveys. This will ensure maximum operation of the existing infrastructure and compliance with the highest standards of performance.