Four New Bailey, Salford Central

Four New Bailey, Salford Central

Four New Bailey, Salford Central

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Four New Bailey will be a 10-storey Grade A Office building providing 175,000 sqft office space and will be the new regional hub for telecommunications giant British Telecom (BT), who have signed a 20-year lease on the entire building.

The building currently under construction by Bowmer & Kirkland, features a distinctive metal diagrid lattice structure, which references the industrial and Victorian engineering heritage of the area, inclusive of the numerous bridges locally which span the River Irwell.

We have been appointed as MEP design consultants on the project and we are pleased to be working alongside Make Architects, Cundall, Chroma Consulting, Reform Landscape Architects and main contractor B&K.

The building has been designed in line with BCO guidance and is set to achieve both a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ and Wired Score ‘Platinum’ rating. Key to the project’s sustainability ambitions was an all-electric energy strategy.

As part of our appointment, we have undertaken BREEAM duties and developed the Part L model, inclusive of undertaking passive design analysis. We have worked in conjunction with the design team and tenant to ensure maximum flexibility for MEP services installations on the open plan office floor, while making sufficient provision within dedicated plant and distribution zones for tenant installed plant as part of the fit-out works.

The New Bailey development sits on the River Irwell in Salford and forms part of the English Cities Fund’s £1bn regeneration of Salford Central.

The English Cities Fund is a joint venture between Muse Developments, Legal & General and Homes England.

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CLIENT : The English Cities Fund

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ARCHITECT : Make Architects

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CONTRACT DURATION: 2019 - ongoing

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3 Arena Central, Birmingham

3 Arena Central, Birmingham

3 Arena Central, Birmingham

PROJECT OVERVIEW

3 Arena Central is a 240,000 sq ft, grade A office building currently under construction at Arena Central, Birmingham’s first speculative office scheme since the recession.

The UK Government has committed to take the full 3 Arena Central building, which will sit at the heart of the nine acre mixed use regeneration site. The new Grade A, 14 floor office building will be home to 3,500 civil servants across a number of government services, including the Midlands regional hub for HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).

Having already worked on the neighbouring 1 Centenary Square, Hannan Associates provided Building Services Engineering, Site Infrastructure Services & BREEAM Assessment for the scheme delivered by ACDL, a joint venture led by Kier.

The MEP services installations were designed to meet the occupiers specific requirements, which provide energy efficient installations, an excellent working environment and comfort conditions for the occupants contributing towards a BREEAM Excellent rating for the building.

We played a key role in liaising with the occupier’s technical advisors in order to obtain their specific technical requirements and ensure successful delivery of the MEP services installations, which were agreed, costed and accommodated within the building design within a very short timescale.

We were very pleased to work alongside Make Architects, Gillespies Landscape Architects, Arcadis and WSP on the design team and main contractor Galliford Try.

The Arena Central masterplan will deliver 1.2 million sq ft of mixed-use development, alongside a unique public realm designed by Make Architects that features over 50 per cent soft landscaping at the heart of Birmingham city centre, designed to meet the city’s ever growing demand of office space and residential accommodation. 

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CLIENT : Arena Central Developments

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ARCHITECT : Make Architects

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CONTRACT DURATION: 2015 – 2020

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No. 11 York Street

No. 11 York Street

No. 11 York Street

 

PROJECT OVERVIEW

We worked with Kier Property and AHR Architects, for the redevelopment of 40 Fountain Street in Manchester City Centre. The new Grade A office building has been renamed as 11 York Street, and is designed to target the commercial, professional and financial services office sector.

Works comprise the demolition of an existing five-storey office building, and the construction of a new 79,000 sq ft, eight-storey building which incorporates double height main entrance lobby, private business lounge, 2nr ground floor retail units finished to shell specification and basement car parking.

The building has been designed to achieve BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating as measured under BREEAM 2011 New Construction criteria, also achieving an ‘A’ Rated EPC. The MEP services installations have been designed in accordance with BCO Recommendations to maximise the flexibility of the CAT A open plan office space and to facilitate the possible sub-division of the floor plates into two independent tenancy areas, on a floor-by-floor basis.

As Kier Property’s retained MEP Consultant, we reviewed construction information and visited site regularly to report quality of MEP services installations.

 

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CLIENT : Kier Property

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ARCHITECT : AHR Architects

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PROJECT VALUE : £13 million

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CONTRACT DURATION: October 2012 - August 2021

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No.2 New Bailey, Salford

No.2 New Bailey, Salford

No.2 New Bailey, Salford

PROJECT OVERVIEW

No. 2 New Bailey is the second new office building at Salford Central’s New Bailey development. This 188,500 sq ft office building is the first scheme designed by architects Alford Hall Monaghan Morris in Greater Manchester.

The 11-storey building includes CAT A open plan office across 10 floors, commercial unit space at ground floor, basement car parking, external roof terrace and a public square and is on target to achieve an A rated Energy Performance Certificate, a BREEAM Excellent rating along with a Wired Score rating of Platinum.

Hannan Associates provided Building Services Engineering Consultancy and BREEAM Assessment for the development.

Each floor is designed to be sub-divided into two separate tenancies, each area provided with a private external balcony. Simultaneous Variable Refrigerant Flow heating & cooling systems are provided to each tenancy, mechanical fresh air ventilation from roof mounted air handling plant incorporating heat recovery, which offers good flexibility and is easily adaptable to cope with sub-division and high occupant density.

The client’s design aspirations included exposed services with acoustic rafts to conceal the indoor VRF units and improve the acoustics of the open plan office space.

Eversheds Sutherland are taking approximately 50,000 sq ft across the part 8th, 9th and 10th floors with BLM LLP signed to occupy first to fourth floors .

The project is being backed by the English Cities Fund (tECF) – a joint venture between Muse Developments, Legal and General and Homes England.

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CLIENT : Muse Developments & English Cities Fund

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ARCHITECT : Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

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PROJECT VALUE : £35 million

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CONTRACT DURATION: March 2016 – November 2020

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Peaks and Plains HQ, Macclesfield

Peaks and Plains HQ, Macclesfield

Peaks & Plains HQ, Macclesfield

PROJECT OVERVIEW

In the wake of their 10 year anniversary, the head office of Peaks and Plains Housing Trust underwent a transformational fit out programme.

The award wining project, designed by BAND Architects, involved the refurbishment of  the trust’s Ropewalks building to reflect the changing needs of their business.

The new layout of the offices reflects the vibrant communities that Peaks & Plains work with across Cheshire, by creating a homely feel whilst bringing together its core operations into a single working environment.

Hannan Associates were appointed as MEP Design consultants on the project alongside BAND Architects, Abacus Cost Management, Brown and Bancroft Interiors, JMC Contractors and Kinnarps Workspace Solutions.

We provided the outline design of the MEP Services and carried out a technical checking role for the client, reviewing both the detailed design of the Contractor and also the site installation works.

Our team ensured that our client’s interests were protected and their objectives realised by ensuring that the full operational requirements & functionality of the office was understood at an early stage and all elements were included within the tender package submitted. Our team remained open minded  and focussed on helping to create a better office environment for the trust’s staff.

We subsequently worked with the contractors to oversee any value engineering proposals to ensure that the project was delivered to budget but at the same time only high quality alternatives were accepted to complete the project in line with the overall vision the client was hoping to achieve.

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CLIENT : Peaks & Plains Housing Association

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ARCHITECT : Band Architects

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PROJECT VALUE : £800,000

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CONTRACT DURATION: September 2016 - September 2017

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