LCCC – Red Rose Grandstand and Hotel

LCCC – Red Rose Grandstand and Hotel

LCCC – Red Rose Grandstand and Hotel

PROJECT OVERVIEW

We are very pleased to be a part of the team delivering the next phase of redevelopment at Emirates Old Trafford cricket ground for Lancashire County Cricket Club.

Proposed plans for the redevelopment of the Red Rose Grandstand include an 86 bedroom, 9 suite hotel extension, which will occupy the upper four floors above a new 1000 seat stand. The lower two floors will include retail space, a ticket office, museum facilities as well as a members lounge. External works include the realignment of Brian Statham Way with the adjacent public realm areas, which forms part of Trafford Council’s Civic Quarter masterplan .

Plans have been approved by Trafford Council and construction is scheduled to start early next year.

Hannan Associates are providing Building Services Engineering and Utilities Infrastructure consultancy services for the project and are working alongside Chroma Consulting, BDP Architects, Paul Butler Associates, TowerEight and Marston & Grundy on this project.

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CLIENT : Chroma

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ARCHITECT : B.D.P.

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Phase 1A, Ma6nitude Middlewich

Phase 1A, Ma6nitude Middlewich

Phase 1A, Ma6nitude Middlewich

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Phase 1A is the latest development proposed for Tritax Symmetry’s Ma6nitude Middlewich.

Plans for this new logistics scheme include two units of 149,000 sq ft and 41,000 sq ft.

We are very pleased to be providing building services engineering consultancy for the project. Other members of the design team include AEW Architects, RPS and SGI Consulting.

MA6NITUDE is one of the North West’s largest manufacturing and logistics parks and is based in Middlewich close to junction 18 of the M6 motorway.

The park is already home to B&M Retail, Wincanton and Kuehne + Nagel and there is capacity to deliver a further 2.2m sq ft of new manufacturing and logistics space.

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CLIENT : Tritax Symmetry

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ARCHITECT : AEW Architects

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CONTRACT DURATION : December 2020 - ongoing

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Unit 1 Symmetry Park, Merseyside

Unit 1 Symmetry Park, Merseyside

Unit 1 Symmetry Park, Merseyside

PROJECT OVERVIEW

We are very pleased to be providing Building Services Engineering consultancy to Tritax Symmetry for the proposed Symmetry Park logistics park at Cronton Colliery in Knowsley.

The planning application for the one million sq ft Symmetry Park, which has now been submitted  includes four large warehouses.

A separate planning application for a country park incorporating eight acres of wetland habitat and 11 acres of woodland is to follow.

We are working alongside UMC Architects, C4 Consulting, Tier Consulting and Gerald Eve on the design team.

As part of our duties we produced Passive Design Analysis, LZC Feasibility, Part L2A Compliance and External Lighting reports in support of the planning submission.

The scheme is capable of creating 1,035 direct temporary jobs during construction and approximately 1,000 additional jobs within the Liverpool City Region. The scheme is also anticipated to generate approximately £51million of net additional GVA per annum.

The site forms part of the Halsnead Garden Village Sustainable Urban Extension (HSUE) which represents part of the wider vision for the Halsnead Garden Village and is allocated for employment uses and a Country Park.

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CLIENT : Tritax Symmetry

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ARCHITECT : UMC Architects

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CONTRACT DURATION: July 2020 - ongoing

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DWP Hub, Talbot Gateway Blackpool

DWP Hub, Talbot Gateway Blackpool

DWP Hub, Talbot Gateway Blackpool

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Plans for this new 215,000 sq ft, £100m office development will form part of the third phase of the Talbot Gateway regeneration scheme in Blackpool, led by Muse Developments.

When complete the seven storey office building will become home to over 3000 staff from the Department of Work and Pensions.

Hannan Associates are providing Building Services Engineering Consultancy including Net Zero Carbon operational energy modelling and BREEAM assessor duties for the development.

The building has been designed to be ultra-low energy. Low-carbon heating and cooling to the office will be provided via air source heat pumps. Demand-driven ventilation will also be provided, helping improve indoor air quality while saving energy during periods of reduced occupancy.

The building has been designed to achieve a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating.

We are working alongside Make Architects, RPS, Chroma, Arup on Muse Development’s design team.

The Talbot Gateway regeneration is transforming Blackpool town centre and will comprise of a new business district and civic quarter, grade A offices, retail space, event space and a new public transport interchange.

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CLIENT : Muse Developments

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ARCHITECT : Make Architects

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CONTRACT DURATION: November 2020 - ongoing

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Ralli Quays, Salford

Ralli Quays, Salford

Ralli Quays, Salford

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Hannan Associates are part of Legal & General Investment Management’s team for the design of the Ralli Quays office and hotel scheme on the River Irwell in Salford.  

The client is targeting net zero carbon via a combination of the UKGBC 2030 targets and carbon offset for both construction and operation, including a high NABERS Star Energy Rating.

The building is also targeting BREEAM excellent and EPC A.

Our role on the project includes Sustainability Services, BREEAM and MEP Design.

Ralli Quays is one of only fourteen developments in the UK pioneering the Better Buildings Partnership Design for Performance initiative.  The key objective of the Pilot Programme was to provide a strong evidence base for proceeding to a fully-fledged DfP Scheme.

As part of our package we are utilising complex thermal modelling software to accurately simulate HVAC plant and control networks for each building in order to ascertain the predicted in use operational energy consumptions for a variety of on-axis and off-axis scenarios. This is vital in providing a building-integrated approach where the HVAC systems and building are assessed as a whole all gains/losses, heat transfer and thermal mass in the building to be accounted for alongside system performance.

This allows us to address the performance gap that has been created by the out of date methodology to design buildings for compliance, as we can accurately assess the results of simulations and check against the latest Energy Performance Targets based on the Australian NABERS approach.

We are very pleased to join EPR Architects, DPP One, Turner & Townsend, Walker Sime, Clancy Consulting, Colliers on the project design team.

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CLIENT : Legal & General

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ARCHITECT : EPR Architects

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CONTRACT DURATION: October 2018 - ongoing

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