William Dyer Electrical UK Ltd commenced M&E installations late September 2019.
Liverpool City Council will replace the fire-damaged 1,400-space car park at Kings Dock with a new 1,650-space facility, due to be built by Willmott Dixon by Christmas 2019.
The former car park was severely damaged by a fire on New Year’s Eve last year, which destroyed almost all of the 1,305 cars parked inside.
This will be built on a former infilled dock in front of the exhibition centre, while demolition is set to begin on the existing car park in October.
The £26m cost of the building will be funded by general council spending plus the proceeds from the insurance pay-out from the fire. There will also be a series of highways improvements carried out in the area to ease congestion when events are being held.
William Dyer Electrical UK Ltd will be undertaking all the M&E installations which will include but not limited to LV Distribution-Lighting-Small Power-Fire Alarm-CCTV-Access-Security-Car Charging-BMS-Structured Networking-Generator Installation-Hot and Cold water Services-Heating and Cooling-ventilation-Drainage-Dry Riser-Fire Fighting Extract-Sprinklers.