London Central Build Blog – Week 29

The cold corridor enclosure reached completion in terms of its structure this week. Apart from the installation of the cooling stacks, all that remains is to fit the louvred panels, decorate the corridor using climate resistant paints, and tank the floor with moisture resistant rubber.

Top of the corridor enclosure flown up to ceiling height

Top of the corridor enclosure flown up to ceiling height

Internal face of corridor reaching completion

Internal face of corridor reaching completion

Enclosure insulation reaching ceiling

Enclosure insulation reaching ceiling

Internal face of corridor enclosure completed ahead of finishing

Internal face of corridor enclosure completed ahead of finishing

Delivery of Celotex reflective insulation to box in our ceiling lights to remove their volume from the overhead air plenum

Delivery of Celotex reflective insulation to box in our ceiling lights, removing their volume from the overhead air plenum

Filling completed ahead of sanding down

Filling completed ahead of sanding down

Air plenum zoning installed in ceiling, blocking out the large overhead ceiling windows with reflective Celotex insulation

Air plenum zoning installed in ceiling, blocking out the large overhead ceiling windows with reflective Celotex insulation

Air plenum zoning installed in ceiling, blocking out the large overhead ceiling windows with reflective Celotex insulation

Air plenum zoning installed in ceiling, blocking out the large overhead ceiling windows with reflective Celotex insulation

A look across the data hall as plenum zoning reaches completion, and all natural light in the data hall is removed (once completed)

A look across the data hall as plenum zoning reaches completion, and all natural light in the data hall is removed (once completed)

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