Flight Club, Leeds & Bristol
Client: Flight Club
Working directly for Flight Club, our team was appointed to deliver the detailed design and site monitoring duties for the MEP installation and fit-out of two venues, one in Leeds and one in Bristol. Flight Club offers a unique dart experience with competitive and multiplayer games from personal oche areas, also known as the toe line or throw line in which the dart player stands behind and a vibrant high-end bar providing food and drinks.
The mechanical design involved heating, cooling, ventilation, domestic water and draining services to the venue to form a fully function venue, along with the strip out of existing services and new service installations. Height restrictions within the basement areas required detailed coordination with the project designers, kitchen specialists and the catering companies to enable ductwork and kitchen fit-out. The kitchen supply and extract ductwork utilise Carbon and ESP filters, which allow the extract fan to remove pollutants in the air and push low-level clean air out onto the street.
The electrical works include providing Mode lighting control system design, fire and lighting control systems, data, small power, AV and sound systems, and the coordination of Heineken and coke python routes. The design utilises CAT 6 structured cabling to process the high level of data and specialist oche wiring to the dart and game areas to allow for the darts vision system and high-speed cameras to track the location of each dart.
Additional pressure to the design was that the M&E services installation was exposed, enabling customers to view the installation.