Organiser: MANCHESTER CONSTRUCTION BEST PRACTICE CLUB
Location: METRO, Trafford Rd, Exchange Quay, Salford Quays, M5 3EB
Phone: 0161 295 2582
A case study comparison between the new Co-Operative Headquarters and BAM Properties Metro Office development
16th September 2010
07:30 registration; 08:00 Start; 09.00 Close
METRO, Trafford Rd, Exchange Quay, Salford Quays, M5 3EB
(map attached -SatNav devices do not always recognise the postcode, building is opposite the Copthorne Hotel located at Exchange Quay Metrolink station providing easy access from Eccles, and Manchester town centre)
Wendy Broomhead, Director at Scott Hughes Design
Ben Sidebottom, Senior Consultant at Scott Hughes Design
Presenting will be two of Scott Hughes Design BREEAM 'Accredited Professionals', the overall aim of the presentation is to demonstrate the different considerations and challenges presented when moving from a BREEAM 'Excellent', to a BREEAM 'Outstanding' development.
The talk will begin with a brief introduction to BREEAM and it's position given the current political climate and anticipated changes to the Building Regulation in October, and then move to an overview of two office building projects, one the Metro office development, constructed by BAM to a BREEAM 'Excellent' level, and the second the new Co-op Headquarters in Manchester, a flagship project currently under construction by BAM Construction to BREEAM 'Outstanding' level.
Issues such as energy and water conservation, mandatory BREEAM requirements and the effect of the different characteristics of each site will be explored with relation to sustainable design and the attainment of benchmark environmental certification. Key pitfalls and preparation areas will be identified, as well as hidden risks inherent within the BREEAM criteria.
Delegates are also invited to take a tour of the building after the main presentation.
This is a great opportunity to look at what challenges key clients, contractors and suppliers face when dealing with such projects, and will also offer an opportunity to network with a range of clients, contractors and industry professionals in this unique event.
REFRESHMENTS & SNACKS WILL BE SERVED DURING REGISTRATION
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND THE EVENT PLEASE COMPLETE AND RETURN THE FORM OVERLEAF BY EMAIL OR FAX TO Leanne Croft Centre for Construction Innovation Northwest firstname.lastname@example.org / 0161 295 2582
Manchester construction best practice club events are CPD certified.
CPD certificates will be made available to members at the event.
This event is one of three major events (see below) the Constructing Excellence Manchester group has arranged for the last quarter of 2010. It's an opportunity for individuals and organisations to attend some key informative and interesting events, showcasing the talent and opportunities presented within the North West region. The overarching aim is to ensure that you see the benefits of being part of this group. Our steering committee are all volunteers from within the construction and property sector, and need your support in increasing membership.
Membership is the lifeblood of our group, without it, we cannot deliver such events. We would welcome you to these events and also ask that you seriously look at becoming members of our group. Membership entitles you to attend any and all of the events listed within a 12 month period for up to 5 people within your organisation, for a small fee of £100 for the year, which represents fantastic value!
Constructing Excellence High Profile event No. 1 of 3
Event 1 of 3 16th September 2010 (07:30)
BAM / Co-op / Scott Hughes Design – Developing a BREEAM 'Outstanding' Building in a challenging marketplace
Event 2 of 3 14th October 2010 (16:00)
Bovis Lend Lease (BLL) Media City tour; MediaCityUK is a mixed development of over 1.2 million ft sq on a 38 acre site to produce a new city on the banks of the Manchester Ship Canal. This will be Europe's leading Media hub; the presentation and tour will include the following: Challenges; Sustainability; Logistics; and Local Impact
Event 3 of 3 November (date and time TBC)
Manchester city Council – John Lorimer & Paul Maccabee will present on what the council see as important in terms of local procurement requirements and a few other interesting issues