The M&E specialist has been awarded two contracts worth more than £200,000 to design the heating, gas, hot and cold water, drainage and ventilation services for Seasprite Close in Northolt and New Road in Rainham.
Both schemes of maisonettes, town houses and apartments totalling 800 units are being developed in partnerships between housebuilder Hill and Ealing Council and Clarion Housing Group respectively.
J S Wright will design heat networks for the 62 private apartments housed in three blocks of four to eight storeys at the Seasprite Close scheme, and for the 666 apartments housed in 15 blocks of five to 15 storeys at New Road, Rainham.
The company will also reduce building energy costs at both developments by designing mechanical ventilation heat recovery (MVHR) systems that will extract stale air from apartments and replace it with fresh incoming air heated by the outgoing air.
Seasprite Close is scheduled to be completed in Spring 2021, while the New Road, Rainham development is scheduled for completion in 2025.
Marcus Aniol, Managing Director of J S Wright, said: “We are delighted to be able to strengthen our relationship with such a prestigious housebuilder by designing energy saving services for ever-wider areas of London that are undergoing regeneration.”