The Clayworks, Smithfield Stoke

The Clayworks, Smithfield Stoke

The Clayworks, Stoke Smithfield PRS Scheme

PROJECT OVERVIEW

The Clayworks is a build to rent residential apartment scheme developed by Genr8 Developments in partnership with Stoke City Council as part of the wider £170M redevelopment of the heart of Stoke-on-Trent.

The Hannan residential team provided Stage 3 Building Services Design and specification together with construction supervision duties for the 11-storey apartment block, which provides 151 build to rent one and two bed apartments, providing much needed living space in a central location.

The residential development, which is now half let, also features co-working space, function rooms, cycle storage and a roof top terrace with BBQ facilities.

The name Clayworks is a nod to the city’s history of potteries production for centuries.

The overall masterplan will provide the crucial link between existing residential, shopping, cultural and heritage areas helping to bring the city together more coherently.

We worked alongside Cartwright Pickard Architects, Planit IE and Buro Happold on the design team and Willmott Dixon has been appointed as the main contractor.

 

The Smithfield Scheme Transforming the Future of Stoke

 

About This Project

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CLIENT : Genr8 Developments

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ARCHITECT : Cartwright Pickard Architects

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PROJECT VALUE : £170 million

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CONTRACT DURATION: October 2015 - October 2020

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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.

About This 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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John Lewis, Logic Leeds Business Park

John Lewis, Logic Leeds Business Park

John Lewis, Logic Leeds Business Park

PROJECT OVERVIEW

The building was constructed to meet the pre let requirements of John Lewis for a new 50,000 ft² customer delivery distribution hub. The building design and handover information was carried out using BIM protocols in accordance with John Lewis requirements.

Our role involved assisting the client with tenant liaison and the development of the brief with the John Lewis team. We were responsible for the infrastructure procurement and the provision of a Stage 3+ design and performance specification for the MEP systems. We monitored the contractor design stages and construction of the works through to handover to ensure compliance with the strict tenant requirements

Logic Leeds Business Park consists of a 100 acre manufacturing & distribution park located within the Aire Valley Enterprise Zone. The business park provides high quality industrial & warehouse units, in a fully landscaped environment, with immediate connectivity to the M1 motorway.

We are very proud to have been involved with the development of the entire Business Park as well as providing Tenant Liaison duties where required.

About This Project

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CLIENT : Muse Developments

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ARCHITECT : Fletcher Rae Architects

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PROJECT VALUE : £6.2 million

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CONTRACT DURATION: March 2015 – May 2016

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