We are delighted that our project 1 Centenary Square has won the ‘Commercial’ category at the RICS Awards 2019, West Midlands.
1 Centenary Square, now home to HSBC is part of Arena Central, a £500 million mixed-use development scheme in Birmingham city centre being developed by Arena Central Developments LLP, a joint venture led by Kier. Hannan Associates are proud to be providing Building Services Engineering consultancy for the development scheme.
“The judges were amazed by the new HSBC building as a bespoke solution to the demands of new banking regulations and provides a fitting solution at the heart of the bank’s birthplace in Birmingham City Centre. The building – delivered by Arcadis, Make Architects and Galliford Try – nestles in-between neighbouring listed buildings without detracting from their presence due to its limited height and woven external cladding.
The 210,000 sq ft, 10 storey, Grade A office building designed by Make Architects accommodates around 2,5000 employees, providing high quality flexible working and break out spaces.
“I am very proud to have led the Hannan team on this major corporate HQ project, which has helped bring HSBC back to its roots and in turn raise the profile of Birmingham. The success of 1 Centenary Square has helped secure further development at Arena Central, which we are very happy to be a part of. We very much enjoy being a part of this team and I believe that this award is a well-deserved reflection of the hard work and commitment that everyone put into making this project a success.” Jamie Hall – Hannan Associates
Hannan Associates are very pleased to also be building services consultants for the neighbouring No. 3 Arena Central, a 240,000sq ft 14 storey office building currently under construction, which has been pre-let to HM Revenue and Customs.
Dow Chemicals is a prestigious Fortune 50 global multinational, which was founded in 1897 in Michigan, USA.
We have been responsible for
delivery of the performance specification for the CAT A MEP services design,
which incorporates a multitude of tenant driven requirements; from specific
incoming power criteria, to zoned sprinkler system and bespoke ventilation
strategy. The principal objective being to facilitate the prospective tenants’
move into their new facility with minimal disruption.
Stockport Council have granted planning permission for the 26,100 sq ft building on Cheadle Royal Business Park, with construction anticipated to begin next month and completion in Spring 2020.
We are very proud to have been MEP Services Engineering Consultants for Coed Pella which won the ‘Regeneration’ category last night at the RICS Awards 2019, Wales.
Andrew Carrington from our team attended the event to support the project and our client Muse Developments: “It has been a privilege to work on such a landmark scheme to provide key regeneration benefits to one of North Wales’ largest towns.”
“RICS judges said the team behind the project had created a state-of-the-art civic complex, relocating significant numbers of staff, and ultimately helping improve the number of businesses establishing in the town centre, with declining vacancy rates”.
Congratulations to all the winners and those shortlisted on the evening.
The £200M Smithfield mixed use quarter in the heart of Stoke-on-Trent is being developed by Genr8 Developments in joint partnership with Stoke City Council.
The development includes the Clayworks build to rent scheme, which Genr8 are developing in partnership with Fortior Homes. Clayworks includes 151 high quality one and two bedroom apartments, providing much needed living spaces in a central location.
The Hannan residential team are very pleased to be providing Stage 3 Building Services Design and specification for the Clayworks Development.
We are working alongside Cartwright Pickard Architects, Planit IE and Buro Happold on the design team and Pochin has been appointed as the main contractor.
The overall Smithfield masterplan incorporates Grade A office space, a Hilton Garden Inn hotel, retail and leisure space and new public realm. The scheme provides a crucial link to other existing areas, bringing the city together into a coherent whole and helping to position Stoke as a leading destination to live, work, invest and visit.
The project is under construction and due for completion in late 2019.
Phase 2 of Tameside Council’s 160,000 sq.ft Vision Tameside development is now complete! The new building, which includes council office facilities, a 70,000sq.ft Advanced Skills Centre for Tameside College, a new joint public service centre for Tameside Council as well as new retail space, will be named Tameside One.
The joint public service centre includes a new library, customer services, Citizen’s Advice Bureau, Cashbox, Welfare Rights and Job Centre Plus which is now open. The new college facilities and retail space will be open later in the year.
The diversity of facilities housed
within the building posed significant challenges for us and the team. Our role
in the design of the building, which was delivered as BIM level 2 included
providing the detailed designed of the MEP Services and Infrastructure. We also
assisted Tameside Council with their environmental services strategy helping
them to meet their aspirations for sustainable buildings and development in
Tameside One is part of the multi-million pound Vision Tameside master plan, which aims to improve and boost the local economy by attracting new businesses, staff and students to Ashton town centre by creating new jobs and better opportunities.
have been part of the team redeveloping Newbury Racecourse since 2010. During
this time we have contributed to the design and construction of several new
facilities and witnessed first-hand the benefits that these new facilities have
provided the racecourse and its visitors.
of the Heartspace is now complete and available for use by racegoers. The
Heartspace scheme focused on the redevelopment of the heart of the racecourse,
undertaken in phases to ensure racing has been able to continue
unaffected. Phases one and two were completed in Summer 2017 and included
the construction of a new Owners Club to provide hospitality space and office
accommodation, re-location of the Pre-Parade Ring and Saddling Stalls and a new
East Entrance building. The final phase of works included a new South
Entrance building, 2nr. Totes, landscaping and re-modelling of the Parade Ring
and Winners Enclosure.
We have acted for
Newbury Racecourse as their retained MEP consultants providing Stage 3
Developed Design for each phase and monitoring the construction works on
site. Our appointment also involved utilities infrastructure planning to
ensure sufficient utilities were available to suit each phase of the
redevelopment which involved close liaison with the contractor to ensure all necessary
facilities remained open for racedays. The Owners Club achieved a BREEAM
Excellent rating upon completion and incorporates LZC technologies such as
photovoltaic panels and air source heat pumps.
Works will continue at the Racecourse during 2019 – the existing Pall Mall building has been demolished with further construction works intended to improve hospitality offerings to racegoers.