Critical Airflow Europe Ltd has secured a major project in Dublin to supply both Phoenix Controls and Strobic Fan Systems to the Trinity Biosciences facility for Trinity College Dublin the order is valued at €680K. Phoenix Controls and Strobic fan systems deliver world class low carbon solutions to the higher educational sector throughout the world, dramatically reducing energy consumption and carbon emissions. Critical Airflow Europe continue their rapid expansion in this sector and are involved in a number of prestigious projects in the UK, Europe and Middle East.
The construction of the ambitious €131m 29,000-M2 TCD Biosciences Development is due to open in 2011 and will accommodate Trinity’s Institute of Immunology, a Centre of Excellence in Cancer Drug Discovery, expansion of the Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience and a Bioengineering Centre. This world class facility will house all of the preclinical medical training and researchers from the Schools of Medicine, Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Science, Biochemistry and Immunology, Chemistry and Engineering. The build will accommodate around 1,000 researchers by 2013.