Commercial and Office Buildings

Hoval Ltd Office Building


A Hoval BioLyt 25 wood pellet biomass boiler is now providing space heating for the company’s offices in Newark, replacing a Hoval TopGas wall-hung gas-fired boiler of similar output.

Hoval Ltd Factory


After the removal of an STU195, our very own STU600 now provides heating and hot water for the Hoval UK factory

Pinewood Studios


Hoval have provided heating and hot water to all of Pinewood Studios, as well as it's extensive water filming facilities

Draper Tools


Draper Tools in North Baddlesey benefit from three Hoval UltraGas 400 gas condensing commercial boilers

Siemens Blade Factory


In 2015, Siemens Blade Factory selected Hoval to be the supplier of ventilation and heating products. Due to the large area of the factory, a number of decentralized ventilation units were required, and due to the large openings of the building, the mechanical introduction of fresh air was not necessary.

Gascoigne Estates


Hoval boilers partner with Riello burners help to meet strict GLA emissions requirements

Merz GmbH


The company Merz from Albstadt-Ebingen is a modern supplier and contract company for mechanical components.

Kunstgärtnerei Doll


Since 1929, the Doll art nursery has been designing works of art from plants. The historic glass houses place special demands on a heating system. Hoval equipped the glass houses with the UltraGas heating system and the TopVent hall air conditioning system.

The Pannonia Competence Centre for Wood


This building signals the future: the Pannonia Competence Centre for Wood has been built according to the principles for "green buildings". Nothing fits this sustainability better than a hall climate system with decentralized devices.

Winzer Krems


In the newly constructed building complex of Winzer Krems, the hall climate solution from Hoval creates ideal production and storage conditions for Krems wine by ensuring constant temperatures and optimum humidity.Founded over 80 years ago, Winzer Krems has developed into Austria's ...

Siemens Mobility


Construction of the 67-acre facility began in June 2020. The first trains to be assembled there will be the new Piccadilly line trains for Transport for London. The facility, which sits between the M62 motorway and the River Ouse, is dominated by three large separate buildings for the assembly, single car testing and commissioning of the trains, with each building requiring a heating and ventilation solution.