• Project – St Columb’s Cathedral Derry
• Consultant Engineers – Cogan & Shackleton
• Architects – Mullarkey Pederson Associates (MPA)
• Builders – Woodvale Construction
• Contractor – Maurice Stevenson Mechanical
• The Heating Solution – Zehnder Low LineStratos Model
Standing on such a prominent site within the far-famed “Derry’s Walls”, St Columb’s Cathedral is the City of Londonderry’s oldest building, having been completed in 1633. The Cathedral is a landmark, which speaks to citizen and visitor alike of much in the history of the City and represents a commodity of infinite spiritual value in the development of this area.
The Cathedral is widely recognised locally, nationally and internationally for its active promotion of ecumenical and bridge-building activities and this role is reflected in the regard in which the building is held as a religious venue which is acceptable to all Sections of the community.
The Heating solution for this project was the Zehnder Low Line Stratos Model in a special Ral colour of Quartz Brown to match the colour of the pews within the Cathedral. Also used were the traditional style Poletti Bronze Valves to compliment the radiators and the interior of the Cathedral.