Sustainability consulting services for a global computer printer and imaging-related equipment manufacturer. Key goal was to quantify carbon emission mitigation for switching from traditional imaging equipment to 'heat free' ink jet printers, for each global regionality. Our analysis revealed printers consume 5,650 GWh of electricity p.a. resulting in the emission of 3.2 MtCO2. A 100% switch to Ink Jet printers by 2025 may result in a reduction of annual energy consumption from printers of 2GWh mitigating 1.2 MtCO2 or 63% of current printer sector operating GHG emissions.
EBA provied MEP RIBA Stage 3 Design, BREEAM and Net Zero Carbon consulting services for a new build student accommodation block located in the heart of Liverpool City Centre. The project involves the construction of a new 255-bed facility. The scheme is targeting a 'Very Good' BREEAM rating. The all-electric build utilises high temperature heat pump technology to meet the entire thermal energy requirements, mitigating scope 1 GHG emissions.
EBA were engaged by a leading HVAC pumping solutions manufacturer to assist them in the design, development and analysis of an experimental campaign to determine how improved controlability of domestic space heating systems may reduce circulation pump energy consumption and improve operating function.
EBA undertook a detailed peer review of MEP Stage 3 design documentation and subseuqntly managed the construction management and administration of the building services system installation for a ten storey, 6,000sqm, new build scheme in Liverpool city centre. The scope included an extensive value management process as well as operational cost saving analysis.
EBA were engaged by a leading healthcare provider to develop a decarbonisation masterplan study for a large existing healthcare facility. The project included site surveys, client workshops, energy modelling and analysis and the production of a detailed final report and net zero carbon road map.
EBA were commissioned to undertake a detailed MEP building services condition survey and accompanying enabling works design package for the existing Keel residential tower, located adjacent to Liverpool's iconic exhibition arena on the Albert Dock.
EBA were instructed to develop a detailed design for an ambitious net zero carbon (operational) high end residential scheme. The build boasts high performance facade, best in class air tightness, air source heat pumps, MVHR and a 40 module solar PV installation.