New Client: Lancashire County Cricket Club

New Client: Lancashire County Cricket Club

We are very pleased to be a part of the team delivering the next phase of redevelopment at Emirates Old Trafford cricket ground for Lancashire County Cricket Club.

Proposed plans for the redevelopment of the Red Rose Grandstand include an 86 bedroom, 9 suite hotel extension, which will occupy the upper four floors above a new 1000 seat stand. The lower two floors will include retail space, a ticket office, museum facilities as well as a members lounge. External works include the realignment of Brian Statham Way with the adjacent public realm areas, which forms part of Trafford Council’s Civic Quarter masterplan .

 Plans have been approved by Trafford Council and construction is scheduled to start early next year.

Hannan Associates are providing Building Services Engineering and Utilities Infrastructure consultancy services for the project and are working alongside Chroma Consulting, BDP Architects, Paul Butler Associates, TowerEight and Marston & Grundy on this project.

Hannan Associates have been involved in the design of stadia and training grounds, both new build and existing for 30 years.

If you would like to talk to us about a future project please give us a call or drop us an email….

Ian Joyce

Ian Joyce


Email: [email protected]

Phone: +44(0)161 337 2200

New Project – Liverpool Waters

New Project – Liverpool Waters

Hannan Associates are very pleased to be part of the team delivering Peel Land and Property‘s Liverpool Waters Development.

Our team is currently providing strategic, procurement and cost advice for the infrastructure required to support and enable the whole of the development. Our work includes the identification of the utility requirements, appraisal of the fulfilment options and procurement.

This is a key role in the master planning team and involves liaison and negotiation with the local utility companies and commercial operators in the ever changing utilities market. We are also providing site wide advice on sustainability to assist with the development of a class leading location and assistance with planning submissions for individual plots.

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.

Other members of the team include Project Manager & Quantity Surveyor Walker Sime and Masterplanners Planit IE .

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