Project Description

Linear Controls Complete Phase Two at Harewood House

After undertaking the successful installation of the south stand Building Energy Management System during the summer of 2015, Linear Control Systems have installed and are currently finalising the commissioning for the third phase of the Building Energy Management System for the west stand at Ashton Gate Stadium, Bristol.

Both building management systems are based on the Niagara AX frame work.

The BEMS will control the varied range of the plant to provide the facilities team total control of the ground and will be used to ensure the heating and ventilation plant operates as efficiently as possible.

Linear Controls Work at Harewood House

Harewood House Biomass Project

Construction completed in 1771, the grade 1 listed building, offered many challenges to Linear Controls, but working meticulously with the Estate department and trust, a seamless encapsulated system was developed and delivered.

The BEMS is a Tridium system, communicating over fibre, Ethernet and wireless communications protocols to control and monitor from a central station located in the facilities office, on the estate.

The system briefly comprises of a 500kw biomass boiler, one of the largest in Yorkshire, with secondary biomass and standby oil boilers, thermal stores. Providing district heating to the estate and House.