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Ground-breaking for this project commenced in October 2017 and construction is currently well on the way towards an expected completion date in 2020. A Hilton Hotel Garden Inn, the Multiply Group and a top-end BMW dealership are amongst other prestigious tenants who will occupy the finished property, while 162 state-of-the-art, smart apartments and 30 spacious lofts have already been sold.
For a development of this nature, only the very best in interior climate control was required, and the specifiers selected Samsung DVM units supplied by Fourways Airconditioning.
Almost R13-million-worth of DVM units have been specified for Umhlanga Arch along with MSP ducteds and AHUs, cementing yet again the premier position held by Fourways Airconditioning in the top-end KZN market.View Umhlanga Arch project Video
When Hirschs decided to replace their outdated and problematic airconditioning system at their Umhlanga store, being the longestablished experts in the field that they are, they selected Samsung DVM S units for the job. Their own technicians installed 3 separate DVM systems, each delivering 419 676 Btu/h, providing a total of 1 259 028 Btu/h of energy-efficient cooling.
The specification was ‘Energy Efficiency on a Budget’ for this building. Bloc Architects liaised with Homeaire Airconditioning to come up with the ideal solution: 8 x Samsung CSU2-60HDIN units, providing a total of 480 000 Btu/h. Tracey Jelf from Fourways KZN ensured that liaison in terms of supply remained smooth throughout.
Tasked with replacing existing rusted equipment with Samsung units, Fourways Cape were selected as suppliers by Spoormaker and Partners at 5 different projects on the famous V&A site, including at Standard Bank, Tour de Brasserie and Lusitania offices in the harbour. Samsung DVM S heat-recovery units were used in this ongoing project, with a total of 1400kW heating/cooling capacity initially installed.
The first South African Puma petrol station opens in Pretoria
How do you lure new customers when you launch a totally new petrol brand? Simply by offering the coolest service. Which is why AirConfirm was chosen to supply a complete HVAC system for South Africa’s first Puma petrol station. 9000 and 12 000 BTU Samsung midwalls keep the Puma shop and offices cool; toilet extraction fans and fresh-air supply ensure restrooms stay pleasant and additional extraction fans keep the kitchen cool. A 180 000 BTU Alliance Rooftop Package unit in addition to the Samsung midwalls take complete care of Pretoria’s notorious heat. Total cooling capacity of the installation: 213 000 BTU. Puma – a new South African petrol brand – launches in style, backed by the professionalism of AirConfirm with units supplied by Fourways Pretoria.