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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Novella, New Bailey, Salford

Novella, New Bailey, Salford

Novella, New Bailey, Salford

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Hannan Associates are part of the team working on the next phase of residential development at New Bailey Salford, led by The English Cities Fund – a strategic joint venture between urban regenerators, Muse Developments, Legal & General and Homes England – in partnership with Salford City Council.

Plans for the first phase of work on Novella includes a 23 storey tower, which will provide 125 two-bedroom and 86 one-bedroom apartments for private sale, which will be the tallest residential scheme at New Bailey to date. Plans for the residential development also include a gym, co-working space and communal lounge.

We are Building Services Engineering consultants for the project and are very pleased to be working with Hawkins Brown Architects, Walker Sime, Buro Four, WSP, Arup, OFR Consultants, DPP One, HED Landscape Architects and main contractor Morgan Sindall Construction.

The project is now on site and is anticipated to complete at the end of 2022.

New Bailey is part of The English Cities Fund’s £650 million regeneration scheme transforming the area of Salford Central.  The over 50-acre masterplan contains commercial, retail and residential buildings creating a new and vibrant destination for people to live, work and relax.

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CLIENT : The English Cities Fund

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ARCHITECT : Hawkins Brown Architects

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CONTRACT DURATION: October 2017 - ongoing

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GreenHaus, Salford

GreenHaus, Salford

GreenHaus, Salford

PROJECT OVERVIEW

‘Greenhaus’ is the next chapter in the regeneration of the Chapel Street area of Salford Central.

We have been appointed as MEP design consultants on the project, which will include 44 one-bedroom and 52-two bedroom apartments constructed across G+8nr floors with shell commercial unit at ground floor, in addition to a new public square. Electric vehicle charging spaces will also be provided on Islington Way as part of the development, designated for public use.

Salford housing provider Salix Homes has been selected to manage the 96 new affordable apartments.

Salix and ECF aim to deliver the development to achieve certified Passivhaus ‘Classic’ standard. This is proposed to be achieved by employing an all electric strategy; including residential ventilation via high efficiency MVHR units, heat pump technology, enhanced building fabric performance including triple glazing, and significantly improved air tightness.

We are pleased to be working alongside Buttress Architects, The Alan Johnston Partnership, Max Fordham, Appleyard & Trew and Planit IE.

This project is part of the English Cities Fund’s wider £650 million regeneration scheme transforming the area of Salford Central.  The over 50-acre masterplan contains commercial, retail and residential buildings creating a new and vibrant destination for people to live, work and relax.

English Cities Fund is a joint venture between Muse Developments, Legal & General and Homes England in conjunction with Salford City Council.

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CLIENT : The English Cities Fund

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ARCHITECT : Buttress Architects

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CONTRACT DURATION: December 2020 - ongoing

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Atelier, Salford

Atelier, Salford

Atelier, Salford

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Atelier is residential development, which forms part of The English Cities Fund’s Salford Central regeneration scheme.

This new build development includes 167 apartments split over four blocks, 11 townhouses, ground floor commercial space and car parking.

The Hannan residential team were appointed to provide MEP Performance and monitoring Duties including early stage concept design through to developed design and the building services plant space and services distribution strategy.

We undertook Part L appraisals of the building to help inform the building envelop design and MEP services strategies along with dynamic simulation modelling to review overheating compliance.

We prepared a full Stage 3 MEP Service Performance Specification and drawings whilst  working closely with the design team to develop a coordinated design package and main contractor Eric Wright Construction. 

This project is part of the English Cities Fund’s wider £650 million regeneration scheme transforming the area of Salford Central.  The over 50-acre masterplan contains commercial, retail and residential buildings creating a new and vibrant destination for people to live, work and relax.

English Cities Fund is a joint venture between Muse Developments, Legal & General and Homes England in conjunction with Salford City Council.

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CLIENT: The English Cities Fund

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ARCHITECT : Buttress Architects

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CONTRACT DURATION: August 2017 - November 2021

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Valette Square, Salford

Valette Square, Salford

Valette Square, Salford

PROJECT OVERVIEW

Hannan Associates were part of the team to design and deliver the recently completed Valette Square, developed by The English Cities Fund – a joint venture between Homes England, Legal & General and Muse Developments.

The development includes 33 townhouses with a mix of 2, 3 and 4 bedrooms with private gardens and terraces. It is situated just off Chapel Street, a short walk to Manchester City Centre, Spinningfields, New Bailey, Peel Park and the River Irwell.

Hannan Associates provided Building Services Engineering consultancy for the new homes, including early stage MEP concept design, utility connections & diversions advice, initial Part L1A calculations, renewable energy technologies feasibility review and site inspection duties.

The design of the townhouses’ façade and orientation optimises natural daylighting and reduces the requirement of artificial lighting. Other design features include smart utility metering, occupant controlled zoned heating system, low energy light fittings, improved insulation to minimize heat loss & reduce utility bills and Integrated Virgin Media and BT telecoms infrastructure.

Other members of the team included Buttress Architects, Integra Consulting, Chroma and main contractor John Turner Construction Group. 

This is the fourth phase of residential development in the Chapel Street area by the English Cities Fund, which forms part of the wider Salford Central masterplan.  Other schemes include Vimto Gardens, Timekeepers Square and Carpino Place .

The development is named after French Impressionist painter Pierre Adolphe Valette known for his acclaimed paintings of Manchester and Salford. He was a teacher at the Manchester Municipal School of Art and is remembered as L. S. Lowry’s tutor.

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CLIENT : The English Cities Fund

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ARCHITECT : Buttress Architects

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CONTRACT DURATION: May 2018 - January 2021

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