In Mid April 2010, Cherwell Valley Services the M40 Suffered as devastating fire. At its peak, Oxfordshire Fire Services had 120 firemen fighting the blaze.
Within days a temporary structure was in place to restore services to the site in the form of a temporary structure that contained all the required facilities for the service area to function.
Work then started to plan and build a complete new service area, which was opened in July 2011. Moto Services chose Galliford Try as the main contractor for the job. Pick Everard of Leicester were chosen to do a mechanical design for the new building.
Air Diffusion was pleased to be asked to work with them, to design and provide a range of products for the new building. This included a range of standard products normally associated with this type of job. The project also contained some specially designed displacement terminals, circular in construction, they are placed throughout the main concourse area to provide conditioned air to maintain a comfortable environment for the customers using the service area. In turn, Air Diffusion worked closely alongside Rushmoor Mechanical Services Ltd, a well-established and respected contractor
Air Diffusion offer a wide range of standard and bespoke products to the ventilation industry and have a wealth of experience in problem solving products that can be both innovative and practical. Providing an engineered solution that is designed to be in keeping with the architectural style of the product.