Stoke’s first Build to Rent Scheme Complete

Stoke’s first Build to Rent Scheme Complete

Hannan Associates are delighted to have been part of the team involved in the development of Stoke-on-Trent’s first build to rent scheme, Clayworks, which has now reached practical completion. 

Clayworks, which is owned by Fortior Homes, incorporates 151 new homes including studio, one and two bedroom apartments and was developed by Genr8 Developments in partnership with Stoke City Council as part of the wider £200m Smithfield development in the heart of Stoke-on-Trent. 

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 Hannan residential team provided Building Services Engineering consultancy for the development and were very pleased to work alongside Cartwright Pickard, Walker Sime, Planit IE, Buro Happold and main contractor Willmott Dixon on the project team. 

The overall Smithfield masterplan incorporates Grade A office space, a Hilton Garden Inn hotel, retail and leisure space and new public realm and will provide the crucial link between existing residential, shopping, cultural and heritage areas bringing the city together into a coherent whole.

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

Hannans have supported our clients with the delivery of residential accommodation to the value of around £400M in recent years. We have played a key role in developments for the For Sale, Private Rental, High End, Social and Retirement markets. To find out more about our Residential experience please see our brochure ….. 

 

If you would like to talk to us about a future project please get in touch…

John Walker

John Walker

Director

Email: [email protected]

Phone: +44(0)161 337 2200

Steve Bartlett

Steve Bartlett

Electrical Design Engineer

Email: [email protected]

Phone: +44(0)161 337 2200

New Project: Symmetry Park, Merseyside

New Project: Symmetry Park, Merseyside

We are very pleased to be providing Building Services Engineering consultancy to Tritax Symmetry for the proposed Symmetry Park logistics park at Cronton Colliery in Knowsley.

The planning application for the one million sq ft Symmetry Park, which has now been submitted,  includes four large warehouses. 

A separate planning application for a country park incorporating eight acres of wetland habitat and 11 acres of woodland is to follow. 

The scheme is capable of creating 1,035 direct temporary jobs during construction and approximately 1,000 additional jobs within the Liverpool City Region. The scheme is also anticipated to generate approximately £51million of net additional GVA per annum. 

The site forms part of the Halsnead Garden Village Sustainable Urban Extension (HSUE) which represents part of the wider vision for the Halsnead Garden Village and is allocated for employment uses and a Country Park.

We are working alongside UMC Architects, C4 Consulting, Tier Consulting and Gerald Eve on the design team.

Hannan Associates are experts in Building Services and Infrastructure solutions for the industrial sector and we have helped our clients with the development of over five million square feet of industrial and logistics space.

Please click here to view our Industrial and Logistics Brochure:

Jamie Hall

Jamie Hall

Director

Email: [email protected]

Phone: +44(0)161 337 2200

Andrew Carrington

Andrew Carrington

Associate Mechanical Design Engineer

Email: [email protected]

Phone: +44(0)161 337 2200

"It has been a privilege to work on this unique building which reflects the hard work and attention to detail of the design and construction teams."

New Project: Patagonia Place, Liverpool Waters

New Project: Patagonia Place, Liverpool Waters

 

 

 

Hannan Associates are very pleased to be part of the team delivering Patagonia Place – an iconic residential development planned for Princes Dock on the Liverpool waterfront.

The 31 storey residential tower forms the next major residential development at Liverpool Waters and is being developed by Peel Land & Property Group and Your Housing Group.

Hannan Associates are providing MEP client monitoring Services on behalf of Peel during Stages 2 to 6 and our role includes technical liaison with Your Housing Group and Vermont representatives throughout the design and construction of this exciting project.

We are very pleased to be working alongside Turner & Townsend, Falconer Chester Hall, WSP, RPS and main contractor Vermont Construction on this project.

Liverpool Waters involves the transformation of the city’s central and northern docks, regenerating a 60-hectare site to create a world-class, mixed use development on Liverpool’s waterfront. When complete the development will provide the city with much needed job opportunities and will strengthen the connection between the waterfront and the city centre.

The Hannan team is also currently providing strategic, procurement and cost advice for the utilities infrastructure required to support and enable the whole of the Liverpool Waters development.

Hannans have supported our clients with the delivery of residential accommodation to the value of around £400M in recent years. We have played a key role in developments for the For Sale, Private Rental, High End, Social and Retirement markets.

To find out more about our Residential experience please click here to see our brochure or if you would like to talk to us about your project please just give us a call or drop us an email: 

John Walker

John Walker

Director

Email: [email protected]

Phone: +44(0)161 337 2200

Steve Bartlett

Steve Bartlett

Electrical Design Engineer

Email: [email protected]

Phone: +44(0)161 337 2200

New Bailey Residential Tower Progressing on Site

New Bailey Residential Tower Progressing on Site

Hannan Associates are very pleased to be 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 Plot C1 include 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.

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.

We are proud to have supported our clients with residential development to the value of around £400M in recent years. We have extensive knowledge of the requirements in residential design and understand occupier expectations.

Take a look at our residential brochure to learn more about how we can help you with your next project and if you would like to talk to us  please just give us a call or drop us an email: 

Jamie Hall

Jamie Hall

Director

Email: [email protected]

Phone: +44(0)161 337 2200

Andrew Carrington

Andrew Carrington

Associate Mechanical Design Engineer

Email: [email protected]

Phone: +44(0)161 337 2200

"It has been a privilege to work on this unique building which reflects the hard work and attention to detail of the design and construction teams."

Meet the Team Q&A: Juan Carlos

Meet the Team Q&A: Juan Carlos

Name: Juan Carlos

Role: BIM Manager

How did you become a BIM Manager?

When I was a kid, I had always been interested in building services, at school, I was accepted in the computing program and I have been developing my skills since then. During the past 10 years after I came to this country, I was trained as a CAD technician which lead me to Building Modelling World.

What’s your favourite thing about your job?

Being part of the process of creating and managing information on a construction project across the project lifecycle is very interesting. Converting data into a built asset makes me proud. Also, working for a company whose products improve the lives of thousands and seeing the result of that and knowing that I played a part in the process is very rewarding for me.

Out of all the projects you’ve been involved with have you got a favourite and why?

I have worked on many important projects throughout my career and all projects have been a very exciting test to accomplish. But I especially enjoyed working on Vision Tameside, this project challenged my capability as a BIM technician and pushed me to the next level. It has significant importance for me due to its complexity.

How has the industry changed since you first started your career?

BIM has gradually grown from its origins in BM (Building Modelling) into BI (Building Information) with various combinations of model and data in between. A Building Information model can be viewed as a collection of information in the context of project information. Building Services Industry is now entering the phase where BIM is valued as a whole for the information it can contribute beyond design and construction, and there are clear use scenarios were BIM is a key part of the process.

What do you like to do when you’re not working?

Becoming a father has been a big step in my life and my kids make me happy. That is why I enjoy spending time with my them and my wife at the beach or the countryside. Sports and activities like football, swimming and cycling allow me to enjoy my free time with my family.

If you weren’t an engineer, what would you be?

I always liked sports in school, but I wasn’t good enough. I would probably be a mechanical engineer, this degree would help me to take my career to the next step.