New Haddo Estate Greenwich – Aluminium , EWI & Timber Cladding Replacement Project
- Client: Premiere Estates / E&J Estates Ltd
- Services: Design Development & Coordination; Employers Agent & Project Management; Contract Administration & Clerk of Works; Structural & Façade Engineering; Cost Consultancy & Principal Designer; Planning Permission
Capital were commissioned by Premiere Estates Limited on behalf of E&J Estates Limited to manage the Building Safety Fund and subsequent remediation scheme to 8no. residential blocks in South East London. The scope of the works included External Wall Insulation, Aluminium Cladding and Spandrel Panels and exposed timber balconies.
Capital was appointed as the multi-disciplinary consultant to provide; Employers Agents, Cost Consultants, Project Managers, Structural Engineers, Façade Engineers, Architects, Contract Administrators, Principal Designers & Clerks of Works for the project.
We were appointed to undertake a rigours review of the initial fire compliance report and to produce an options appraisal report for submission to the Building Safety Fund (to determine eligibility), appointing a specialist cladding contractor, formulating and agreeing the design solution with the contractor, reviewing and approving the design, agreeing the contract sum, undertaking the value for money report, appointing third party consultants for independent design sign off and managing the BSF application.
01Design Development & Coordination
02Employers Agent & Project Management
03Contract Administration & Clerk of Works
04Structural & Façade Engineering
05Cost Consultancy & Principal Designer
In order to maximise the success of the application through the BSF process, we also developed and formulated the employer’s requirements and contract documents, coordinating the design team, contract administration and agreeing quality control, sign off and handover procedures on site through our clerk of works.
The design was developed following further investigations and Capital’s in house design team coordinated the most suitable options for remediation. Our designs were developed, in tandem, with third party fire engineers and approved inspectors. The project was procured via a tender two stage Design and Build approach. The contractors is engaged via a pre-construction services agreement to work closely with the design team to develop and agree the design solution and contract sum to take forward to the Building Safety Fund application. The project is due to start on site in June 2021 with works due to be completed in June 2022.