We would like to update and reassure you that as an organisation it is ‘business as usual’ here at Hannan Associates.
Whilst the current situation presents significant challenges, we
are committed to meeting our ongoing client and project commitments in a manner
which follows the Government guidance and provides safe operational conditions
for our staff and those of the design and construction teams.
The information below outlines our approach to business
continuity and this will be reviewed and updated on an ongoing basis as the
situation and Government guidance develops.
From Friday the 20th until further notice our staff will be working primarily from home.
Most people already spend periods working at home so we are not expecting this to have an impact on our ability to support live projects and meet agreed deliverables targets.
Contact with us
Email and all other sharing platforms will all continue working as normal.
Voice contact with our project team members should be made direct using their mobile phone numbers.
If you need assistance with phone or email contact details please email Charlotte Stansfield on [email protected]
We are well positioned to respond to the need for remote meetings through a variety of
conference and dial in technologies.
We are willing to attend small group meetings (5 people or less) if these are considered necessary, until such times as the Government imposes further restrictions on movement. These will be reviewed individually assessing the risks to our staff and other attendees.
Where sites remain open for visitors, inspections will continue, subject to individual assessment of the risks. During this period our staff will not take part in large group site walk rounds but will carry out the works individually or in small groups. Site contact may also be limited with communication with site personnel by email or other digital means.
Whilst we will be doing everything we can to ensure that our
service levels continue as normal if you do not think we are achieving this
please let us know by contacting the senior project lead who will take the
As always we would like to thank you for your continued support and loyalty and we wish you and your families all well during this difficult period.
Rochdale’s new town centre retail and leisure quarter Rochdale Riverside is due to open on the 10th April 2020 and we think it’s looking brilliant! What a transformation!
When complete the complex will provide 24 retail and leisure units including a six screen Reel Cinema and a Hollywood Bowl Puttstars crazy golf course. The latest occupiers to join the scheme are restaurant chain Nando’s, luxury dessert chain Heavenly Desserts and health and beauty retailer Superdrug.
Our team are providing building services design consultancy for the base build, including Part L analysis for each of the buildings.
Hannan Associates are extremely proud to be part of the team delivering this project that will help transform Rochdale’s commercial landscape and give its residents a town centre they can be proud of.
Work is now underway on the 67 acre mixed-use development at Harrier Park, Hucknall in the East Midlands.
Harrier Park is an exciting joint venture between Muse Developments and the site-owner Rolls-Royce that will bring forward commercial space, industrial units, new homes, a primary school and community facilities, which is expected to create a number of jobs in the area.
In January this year, technology and resources supplier RM Resources signed up to take a 195,840 sq ft building at the scheme for which main contractor GMI Construction Group have been appointed and ground has now been broken.
Hannan Associates are providing building services design, procurement, construction monitoring, BREEAM and Sustainability services for the project.
We are very pleased to introduce you to Hayley Sheppard, the latest member of the Hannan team.
Hayley is a BREEAM Advisory Professional and has joined Hannan Associates as a BREEAM & Sustainability Consultant. We wish her much luck and happiness in her new role.
“I like to lead BREEAM from the fore as much as possible, It should be embedded in the project as early as possible to really reap the benefits. I am very passionate about sustainability and driving this as an agenda. The thing I enjoy most is that I am working as a sustainability professional inputting into new buildings and therefore contributing towards achieving a sustainable built environment. I believe in the possibilities of sustainability without detracting from our quality of life and that is the thing I get most excited about.”
If you would like totalk to Hayley about BREEAM and Sustainability please do not hesitate to get in touch: [email protected]
We are very pleased to be providing Building Services Consultancy for the multi-storey car park at Paddington Village, Liverpool for Morgan Sindall Construction.
Paddington Village is part of Liverpool City Council’s £1bn flagship expansion site within Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter, which will be home to education, health, science and technology facilities as well as residential, hotel, leisure and retail.
The latest plans for the car park feature 12 storeys and 1,245 parking bays, with 12 electric vehicle charging bays and parking for cycles and motorcycles too. The design also includes sprinklers, fire fighting shafts and fighting lifts.
The car park will have a combined heat and power (CHP) energy centre at ground level, which will reduce the scheme’s carbon footprint and will provide district heating and private wire power to the wider development.