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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Savoy Cinema, Doncaster

Savoy Cinema, Doncaster

Savoy Cinema, Doncaster

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Hannan Associates are very pleased to have been part of the team involved in the development of a new six-screen Savoy cinema and restaurant in Doncaster’s Civic & Cultural quarter.

This £8.5m project led by Doncaster Council is part of the Urban Centre Masterplan helping to revitalise the Waterdale area of Doncaster town centre.

Our team provided Building Services Engineering and BREEAM assessment for the project and were very pleased to join The Harris Partnership, Rex Procter & Partners, JPG Group and main contractor the Lindum Group on the project team.

Visitors to the new cinema will experience luxury recliner and rocker seating, Vertex viewing with next-generation 4K laser projection and Dolby Atmos immersive sound.

The project benefited from £635,000 in funding from the Sheffield City Region Local Growth Fund and is one of many projects contributing towards the wider regeneration of Doncaster and it is hoped that this new facility will create over 100 jobs

About This Project

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CLIENT : Doncaster Council

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ARCHITECT : The Harris Partnership

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PROJECT VALUE : £8.5 million

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CONTRACT DURATION: September 2018 - November 2020

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ABC Cinema, Lime Street, Liverpool

ABC Cinema, Lime Street, Liverpool

ABC Cinema, Lime Street, Liverpool

PROJECT OVERVIEW

The ABC Cinema building occupies a prominent near Lime Street station close to the cultural quarter in Liverpool City centre.

The building condition has been subject to decay and vandalism during its period of disuse.

Our work on the project has been to provide MEP support to the feasibility studies aimed at returning the building to use as a performance and leisure has location.

Our support has included condition appraisal and the examination of the MEP options for returning the building to operation. Our advice has included the engineering of the plant spaces required and cost advice associated with the services installations.

The current study involves the conversion to a live performance facility with facilities for professional live recording for pay per view Internet streaming.

The proposals also include food and bar offerings for those attending the live shows.

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CLIENT : Ion Developments

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ARCHITECT: Austin Smith Lord

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CONTRACT VALUE: £11 milion

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CONTRACT DURATION: April 2014 - ongoing

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Rochdale Riverside

Rochdale Riverside

Rochdale Riverside

 

PROJECT OVERVIEW

We are part of the team working to deliver Rochdale Riverside, one of several projects undertaken as part of Rochdale Council’s town centre masterplan. The scheme is part of a joint venture between Genr8 Developments and Kajima, in collaboration with Rochdale Development Agency and Rochdale council. The main contractor for the development is Willmott Dixon.

Completed in April 2020, the first phase of Rochdale Riverside includes a new 200,000 sq ft retail and leisure quarter where occupiers include Marks and Spencer,  H&M, JD Sorts, River Island, Next, New Look and Boots. The retail complex also features a six-screen Reel Cinema and Hollywood Bowl Puttstars. Submitted plans for phase 2 include two apartment blocks of nine storeys, a 147-bedroom hotel and 43,000 sq ft of offices.

Our engineers are providing building services engineering consultancy for the base build shell, core elements and landlord’s areas, including thermal modelling and Part L analysis for each of the buildings. We are also providing BREEAM Assessment duties for the project.

Hannan Associates have worked closely with other members of the design team to develop innovative, landmark buildings, with effective and efficient building services solutions to meet the needs for each particular building.
Due to the nature of the development and location of the site, our role has also involved extensive dialogue and negotiations with all utility providers in the area, to deal with the extensive major utility diversions that will be necessary on and around the site, as well as dealing with the new supply connection requirements.

Hannan Associates are extremely proud and excited to be working with Genr8 and the rest of the team on this project which is transforming Rochdale’s retail and commercial landscape and giving its residents a town centre they can be proud of.

Rochdale Riverside Update

Regenerating Rochdale

Progress Rochdale Riverside

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CLIENT : Genr8 Developments & Arcadis

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ARCHITECT : T P Bennett Partnership

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PROJECT VALUE : £50 million

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CONTRACT DURATION: October 2014 – Ongoing

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Bristol Sport Ashton Gate Stadium

Bristol Sport Ashton Gate Stadium

Bristol Sport Ashton Gate Stadium

PROJECT OVERVIEW

We were appointed by Bristol Sport together with Capita Project Management and KKA Architects for the scheme to complete the redevelopment of the Ashton Gate Stadium.

The redevelopment involves the replacement of the South Stand, West Stand and the refurbishment of the existing East Stand increasing seating capacity to circa 26,500 seats. Construction for the development has been phased to allow continued usage of the stadium for football and rugby events during the construction. The stadium is designed as a flexible use for non-event day use including exhibitions and conferences and the concourses have enhanced finishes with LED lighting and signage internally and externally.

The planning conditions included a requirement for renewable energy production and the scheme includes bio diesel heating and a large photovoltaic array on the West stand roof.

We were appointed to provide MEP Design, Acoustics, IT, Sports Lighting & Fire Engineering Consultancy and BREEAM Assessment for the project.

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CLIENT : Bristol Sport

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ARCHITECT : KKA

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PROJECT VALUE : £40 million

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CONTRACT DURATION: April 2013 –2016

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