G.S Stothers is proud to be entrusted with the design, supply, installation, and commissioning of the Natural and Mechanical smoke ventilation systems for Belfast ApartHotel. The recently obtained planning permission marks the introduction of Belfast's first-ever Apart Hotel, seamlessly blending the luxuries of a high-end hotel with the convenience of a luxury apartment development.
This impressive 10-storey building will boast 175 beautifully designed bedrooms, as well as a range of amenities including bars, restaurants, a gymnasium, event space, and a business suite.
Our team will utilise the power of natural smoke ventilation systems, harnessing the buoyancy of hot gases to facilitate the smooth flow of smoke through carefully positioned ventilators. This approach not only ensures effective smoke evacuation but also provides day-to-day ventilation functionality.
Additionally, we will incorporate mechanical smoke ventilation systems into the project, incorporating powered elements such as fans to actively drive the movement of smoke through dampers, grills, and vents. This method offers enhanced efficiency and versatility, often requiring minimal space for the smoke shaft.
We are delighted to work on this exciting venture, contributing to the vibrant tourism scene in Northern Ireland.
G.S Stothers is committed to delivering exceptional solutions that prioritise safety, functionality, and aesthetic appeal, making this development a remarkable addition to the local landscape.
With a wealth of expertise and experience in the industry, we bring a comprehensive approach to every project, ensuring compliance with regulations and delivering tailored solutions. Our team of professionals is dedicated to providing reliable and efficient smoke ventilation systems that prioritise the safety of occupants. With ongoing support and maintenance services, you can trust us to deliver high-quality solutions that enhance the functionality and safety of your building.
Contact our team of experts today to discuss your smoke ventilation requirements.