Paddington Village MSCP, Liverpool

Paddington Village MSCP, Liverpool

Paddington Village MSCP, Liverpool

PROJECT OVERVIEW

We are currently engaged to design a new 1245 space car park and retail unit at the Paddington Village development in Liverpool.

The scheme includes a 12 storey MSCP with sprinklers, fire fighting shafts with fire fighting lifts. Car park access is achieved by a triplex lift arrangement and a separate fire fighting lift.

The scheme to this site also includes interface with the adjoining new Energy Centre which provides district heating and private wire power to the wider Paddington development.

The Energy centre includes a Combined heat and power plant to reduce the carbon footprint of the scheme and provides private wire HV to the car park and LV essential power to serve the essential fire fighting services in the car park.

Paddington Village is a £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.

 

Liverpool Paddington Village Car Park

 

About This Project

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CLIENT : Morgan Sindall & Liverpool City Council

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ARCHITECT : KKA

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PROJECT VALUE : £10 million

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CONTRACT DURATION: July 2017 – ongoing

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Exhibition Centre Liverpool

Exhibition Centre Liverpool

Exhibition Centre Liverpool

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Awards
2012 LEP Annual Tourism Awards – Sustainable Tourism
2012 C&IT Hotlist – Best Conference Venue
2012 C&IT Hotlist – Sustainable Venue
2013 M&IT Awards – Best UK Conference Centre (Gold)
2014 LEP Tourism Awards – Excellence in British Tourism
2014 M&IT Awards – Best UK Conference Centre (Gold)
2015 M&IT Awards – Best UK Conference Centre (Gold)
2016 M&IT Awards – Best UK Conference Centre (Gold)

Hannan Associates were engaged to develop the services design for the 87,000 m² Exhibition Centre Liverpool and adjoining 216 bedroom Pullman Hotel at Kings Dock adjacent to ACC Liverpool – the home of the BT Convention Centre and M&S Bank Arena.

For this project we provided energy and sustainability advice and reports to meet BREEAM and Planning objectives. To achieve this we carried out full thermal modelling and optioneering to asses both Carbon and cost in use of the proposals.

The exhibition centre is used to hold trade and consumer exhibitions, music concerts and sport shows – attracting more than 250,000 visitors a year.

The ACC Liverpool has won numerous awards including Excellence in British Tourism at the 2014 LEP Tourism Awards, and Best UK Conference Centre at the M&IT Awards for four years in a row.

About This Project

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CLIENT : ISG and ACC Liverpool

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ARCHITECT : Denton Corker Marshall

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PROJECT VALUE : £40 million

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CONTRACT DURATION: November 2012 – July 2015

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St George’s Hall, Liverpool

St George’s Hall, Liverpool

St George’s Hall, Liverpool

PROJECT OVERVIEW

We are very proud to be part of the project team that won a Civic Trust ‘City of Culture Award’ during 2007 for our contribution towards the refurbishment of St George’s Hall in Liverpool. Hannan Associates also won a Merseyside Award for Architecture and Urban Design for ‘Best Architectural Lighting Project’ for this project.

St George’s Hall opened its doors to the public in 1854 over 10 years after it was commissioned. It has been a central feature of Liverpool’s architecture ever since, and has been called ‘The best example of Neo-Classical architecture in Europe.’ 

The hall is a public venue capable of holding 800 people in its large concert hall and smaller capacities in the small concert hall. It also houses magistrates and Crown courts.

Commencing in 1995 Hannan Associates were engaged in three phases of the refurbishment of this Grade I listed building to fully design and integrate the services seamlessly and invisibly.

After successfully completing Phase 1 of restoration works at St Georges Hall, Hannan’s were awarded Phase II and III refurbishments which were completed from 2003 to 2007.

This project in particular taught us the importance of sympathetically using the original building design features to achieve more modern and efficient systems. This included setting design parameters and using systems which made best use of, took account of and maximized the benefits of the existing heavy building structure and features such as the high ceilings.

St George’s Hall was reopened on April 23rd 2007 by HRH The Prince of Wales, after being carefully restored to its original glory. 

Awards:
2007 Civic Trust Award – City of Culture

About This Project

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CLIENT : Liverpool City Council

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ARCHITECT : Purcell

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PROJECT VALUE : Approximately £50 million

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CONTRACT DURATION: 2000 – 2007

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