Project Description

Open Control Building Energy Management System for Holbeach Academy

Holbeach University Academy aims to bring out the full potential in all of their students, providing the best possible educational options and experiences along the way. The academy provides broad, general education in order to nurture well balanced and adjusted students who are in turn able to work hard and respect one another.

Based in Spalding, Lincolnshire – this prestigious academy has valuable partnerships with the University of Lincoln as well as a number of small local businesses and further education establishments.

A £9million investment into the buildings at Holbeach University Academy, Lincolnshire, supported by installation of open control Building Energy Management System (BEMS) ensuring effective, efficient energy consumption

  • Holbeach University Academy, Lincolnshire
  • Holbeach University Academy, Lincolnshire
  • Holbeach University Academy, Lincolnshire

Linear Controls installs and manages BEMS for £9million Building

Linear Control Systems Ltd was appointed to install, manage and commission a building energy management system for phase one of a new £9 million building investment at the University Academy Holbeach. The BEMS was designed to be an open control system.

Work on site began in August 2012 and involved covering over 3,500 square meters of land. Within that space a purpose built sports hall was erected, alongside standard classrooms and specialist design technology and art facilities. The new buildings were designed and constructed to replace the original buildings, which dated back to the 1950s.

All of these facilities required an effective BMS, of which we were more than happy to provide.