Stockport Exchange Car Park

Stockport Exchange Car Park

Stockport Exchange Car Park Scheme

PROJECT OVERVIEW

As part of Phase 1 of the Stockport Exchange development we designed the MEP services for the new 1,000 space multi-storey car park at Stockport train station.

With more than double the spaces now available for the public, the car park has been designed for ease and safety. With staff on site 24:7, there are also 21 dedicated stairwell help points all linked to the NCP customer contact centre. There are three new pay on foot machines, as well as the opportunity to pay on exit to avoid queuing at peak times.

The new crisp and clean LED lighting throughout will cut down on energy consumption and light pollution. There are also five electric car charge points and a dedicated cycle hub with space for 50 cycles, entry cards, changing rooms and lockers for cyclists.

 

Stockport Council bought the Grand Central site earlier this year in order to create a gateway from the train station to the town centre. The development includes a high quality office quarter, an attractive public realm area, improved car parking for the station, a hotel, retail units and ease of access to the town centre.

It was short listed in the Best New Car Park category at the 2015 British Parking Awards.

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CLIENT : Muse Developments

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PROJECT MANAGER: Aedas RHWL

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CONTRACT DURATION: October 2011- January 2014

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Bupa HQ Media City, Salford

Bupa HQ Media City, Salford

Bupa HQ Media City, Salford

PROJECT OVERVIEW

One of the more recent projects our commercial team have completed was the new 146,186 sq ft, 5 storey regional office building for BUPA at Media City, Salford. One of the biggest commercial property lettings in Greater Manchester for the last five years, the new building saw approximately 2,000 Bupa personnel relocate from two neighbouring buildings.

Part of Bupa’s drive for investing in ‘BUPA PLACE’ was to occupy a building which was more environmentally sustainable through efficient design, fit-out, location and approach to travel.

We provided MEP services consultancy duties for the project which included monitoring the CAT A installations and performance design and monitoring duties associated with the CAT B fit out. The building achieved a BREEAM Excellent rating.

We joined Shepherd Gilmour, Sheppard Robson, Colliers and Turner Townsend on the Client’s CAT B fit out team. Chapman Taylor provided architectural duties for the base building which was constructed by Morgan Sindall.

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CLIENT : BUPA

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ARCHITECT : Chapman Taylor / Sheppard Robson

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PRINCIPAL CONTRACTOR : Morgan Sindall

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PROJECT VALUE : £50 million

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CONTRACT DURATION: February 2015 - July 2018

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Carpino Place, Salford

Carpino Place, Salford

Carpino Place, Salford

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Carpino Place is one of the latest phases of residential development to be delivered on Chapel Street, Salford by the English Cities Fund as part of the wider Salford Central regeneration scheme. This new development of townhouses follows in the footsteps of the award winning Vimto Gardens and Timekeepers Square.

The scheme comprises 22 three-storey townhouses with an internal courtyard housing car parking spaces for each home, private rear gardens, rooftop terraces and patio areas.

We were pleased to work alongside Buttress Architects, Integra Consulting, Appleyard & Trew and John Turner Construction on the project. Our services included early stage concept design and co-ordination with the design team and the review of renewable energy technologies for the scheme.

As part of our duties we also obtained budget utility costs and produced a specification and drawings for the MEP services. We carried out Part L1A calculations and predicted EPC results for each property type, as well as undertaking an overheating analysis. We carried out site visits to review the MEP installations and produced detailed site inspection snagging and defects reports to maintain the highest level of quality throughout.

The English Cities Fund worked in conjunction with Salford City Council to develop the project, creating a design that complements the surrounding area, as well as enhancing the existing streetscape, and strengthening its urban setting. After completion the regeneration of the Salford Central area will create around 11,000 new jobs, 220,000 sq m of commercial space, 849 new homes and 390 hotel rooms.

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CLIENT : Muse Developments / English Cities Fund

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ARCHITECT : Buttress Architects

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PROJECT VALUE : £3.5 million

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CONTRACT DURATION: July 2015 - February 2018

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One Angel Square, Manchester

One Angel Square, Manchester

One Angel Square, Manchester

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Hannans are very pleased to have been part of the team who designed the MEP Services for the 320,000 sq ft Co-operative Group Headquarters building – One Angel Square. 

Opened by the Queen on 14th November 2013, the new head office at One Angel Square Manchester was at the time officially the world’s greenest office building, with a BREEAM score of 95.16% – ‘Outstanding.’

The design of the building was driven by the Co-operative Group’s desire to create a Carbon Negative building. The sixteen storey office building was designed to achieve a BREEAM Outstanding rating, as well as an EPC ‘A’ rated near zero carbon building, with cutting edge integrated design.

The services design included 3D modelling, together with building modelling and dynamic simulation to calculate and assess the buildings energy consumption and potential EPC and DEC ratings.

The project has won numerous honors including both Design & Innovation, and Overall Project of the Year at the 2013 RICS Awards, BCO 2013 Corporate workplace of the year, Property Week 2012 Sustainability Achievement Award, and a 2013 BREEAM Award.

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CLIENT : The Co-Operative Group

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ARCHITECT : 3D Reid

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PROJECT VALUE : £100 million

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CONTRACT DURATION: 2009 - 2013

Ian Joyce

Ian Joyce

Director

Email: [email protected]

Phone: +44(0)161 337 2200

Awards

2011

Considerate Constructors Scheme Gold Award

Builder & Engineer Awards Sustainable Project of the Year

2012

Green Apple Awards Bronze Award

Property Week Awards Sustainable Achievement Award

World Architecture Festival Future Project Office Shortlisted

2013

BREEAM Awards Best Office Building

MIPIM Awards Best Office and Business Development

National RICS Awards Project of the year

National RICS Awards Design & Innovation award

BCO Awards Coperate Workplace of the Year

Manchester Society of Architects Awards Winner

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Vision Tameside, Manchester

Vision Tameside, Manchester

Vision Tameside, Manchester

PROJECT OVERVIEW

We are currently working with Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council and Robertson on Phase 2 of the ‘Vision Tameside’ master plan set to transform Ashton Town Centre. We have been undertaking the detailed design of the MEP Services and Infrastructure, as part of which we are assisting the Council with their environmental services strategy to help them meet their aspirations to create a sustainable building.

The second phase of the Vision Tameside development creates a new Advanced Skills Centre for Tameside College alongside a new Joint Service Centre for the Council and various partners.

The Advanced Skills Centre will be approximately 7,000sq.m in size and provide the latest learning spaces for the College. The Centre will provide a new learning and skills centre for students studying vocational subjects including: hair and beauty, hospitality and catering, bakery and confectionery, travel and tourism and business skills.

The Council’s Joint Service Centre will be approximately 6,000sq.m in size and incorporate a library, customer service centre, committee and training rooms and office accommodation for the Council and partners.

The second phase of the Vision Tameside development also includes approximately 2,150sq.m retail space for a Wilko’s store.

 

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About This Project

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CLIENT : Tameside Council and Robertson

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ARCHITECT : Ryder

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PROJECT VALUE : £36 million

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CONTRACT DURATION: Nov 2014 – ongoing

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