The Slate Yard New Bailey Reaches 21 Storeys

The Slate Yard New Bailey Reaches 21 Storeys

The third and final phase of the Slate Yard Build to Rent scheme at New Bailey Salford has reached its highest point of development at 21 storeys.

The £30M apartment block is the largest of the three residential buildings and includes 21 storeys and 199 apartments with one, two and three bedrooms. The Slate Yard provides tenants with leisure and retail facilities at ground floor level, car parking spaces and pedestrian & cycle routes to Irwell River Park.

The Hannan residential team are very pleased to be providing Building Services Engineering consultancy for the project alongside other team members AHR Architects, Buro Four, Walker Sime, WSP and main contractor Morgan Sindall.

The design of the building and the services strategy utilises energy efficient features throughout to minimise its carbon and environmental footprint and meet the sustainable standards set out in the Part L Building Regulations.

Passive construction techniques in the design of the building include enhanced insulation to limit heat loss and an engineered façade design to maximise the use of natural daylight & passive solar gains but minimise overheating.

The Incorporation of high efficiency systems and effective controls throughout the design will help to further minimise energy usage. These features include: smart heating controls, heat recovery ventilation systems, energy efficient lighting and energy efficient lifts.

Photovoltaic panels have been incorporated into the building design to meet a proportion of the electrical demand.

The Slate Yard is one of several schemes we are involved with as part of the £650m New Bailey development scheme being delivered by The English Cities Fund, a joint venture between Muse Developments, Legal and General and Homes England.

We are proud to be a part of the team delivering this important regeneration scheme which aims to create a gateway between Manchester and Salford and provide business opportunities for large and small organisations.

Hannan project contact: Jamie Hall – [email protected]

Islington Wharf Locks Now Complete

Islington Wharf Locks Now Complete

Waterside Places started building homes in New Islington, Ancoats over a decade ago and in that time the area has seen much growth.  Ancoats is now one of the most desirable neighbourhoods to live in Manchester City Centre and has seen the addition of a school, new bars, restaurants, retail and office space – and there is much more to come over the next 10 years.

Islington Wharf Locks is the latest residential development delivered by Waterside Places, urban waterfront regeneration specialists jointly owned by the Canal & River Trust and Muse Developments.

This exciting new development, which has now nearly sold out, incorporates 103 new homes including one and two bedroom luxury apartments and three and four bedroom town houses set around a central courtyard next to the Ashton Canal basin.

The Hannan residential team provided MEP Performance Design Duties together with On Site Installation Quality Monitoring and Testing and Commissioning Witnessing Duties.

We were very pleased to be a part of the team working on this exciting project alongside Ryder Architecture, RPS, BWB Consulting and main contractor Eric Wright Construction.

Steve Meager, Hannan Associates

Hannan project contact: Steven Meager – [email protected]

Our new Liverpool & Manchester Workspaces

Our new Liverpool & Manchester Workspaces

We are very pleased to share with you that we have new city centre bases in Liverpool and Manchester.

Due to an increased work load in Liverpool and Manchester city centres we can now also be found in Avenue HQ St Paul’s Square in Liverpool and Spaces Peter House in Manchester.

If you would like to stop by for a coffee and a chat please just drop us an email….

John Walker, Hannan Associates

John Walker – Director – [email protected]

Vicky Priestley, Hannan Associates

Vicky Priestley – BD & Marketing Manager – [email protected]

Salford Central Five Years On

Salford Central Five Years On

Hannan Associates are very proud to be Building Services Design consultants for so much of the regeneration of Salford Central.

The £650 million scheme, which is transforming the New Bailey and Chapel Street areas of Salford is led by the English Cities Fund, a joint venture between Muse Developments, Legal & General and Homes England in conjunction with Salford City Council.

The video below shows just how much has been achieved during the last five years and just how much there is still to come.

We feel very lucky to be part of the talented teams involved in delivering all of these projects.

 

 

 

Hannan project lead: Jamie Hall – [email protected]

Ronald McDonald House Charity

Ronald McDonald House Charity

One of our newest clients is Ronald McDonald House Charity, who we are very proud to have been providing Building Services Design consultancy for during the last year at their Manchester and Oxford sites.

The Charity helps families to stay close to their child in hospital while they undergo medical treatment by giving them a warm and welcoming environment where they can stay for as long as they need.

At the Manchester Ronald McDonald House three spaces within the existing Manchester house have been refurbished to create five new six person family bedrooms along with an external reflection area. These brilliant new facilities were achieved because of the unrelenting fund raising efforts driven by Steve Burne and AEW Architects:  https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/steveburneroom  

Ronald McDonald House Manchester

Ronald McDonald House Manchester

The additional bedrooms will provide over 1,000 additional nights home from home accommodation for families with children in Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital.  Hannan Associates are very proud to have been part of the team who donated their services for the design and construction of these refurbishment works.

We are also Building Services Design consultants for the charity’s new 62 bedroom Ronald McDonald House in Oxford where Construction is due to start soon with a view to opening in summer 2020.

Ronald McDonald House Oxford

Ronald McDonald House Oxford – AEW Architects

The facility will provide free accommodation for families whose children are undergoing treatment at Oxford Children’s Hospital, as well as Children’s Critical Care and the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) on the John Radcliffe Hospital site.

We are delighted to be working alongside AEW Architects, Ridge & Partners and Capita on the project design team. The principal contractor for the project is Willmott Dixon Construction.

To find out more about the charity please visit their website: https://www.rmhc.org.uk/