Olympic Village Stratford – BSF Cladding Remediation Project
- Client: East Village Management Limited care of Savills (UK) 9 Limited
- Services: Investigations, Due Diligence, Employers Agent, Project Management, Contract Administration, Clerk of Works, Fire & Structural Engineering, Cost Consultancy, Principal Designer and Planning Permission
Capital were commissioned by East Village Management Limited on behalf of Savills (UK) to manage the delivery and Building Safety Fund application for cladding remediation works to Samaras Mansions, Asterid Heights, Lunaria House, & Festuca House at East Village, Stratford.
Capital were appointed as the multi-disciplinary consultant to provide Employers Agent, Fire Engineering, Cost Consultancy, Project Management, Structural Engineering, Architectural services, Contract Administration, Principal Designer & Clerks of Works services for the project. We were also responsible for appointing a specialist cladding contractor, under a pre-construction services agreement via a cladding contractor’s framework.
The development at East Village comprises of 66 blocks of flats arranged in 12 plots, all of which are over 18m in height. The buildings were constructed as part of the Olympic Village to house athletes during the Summer 2012 Olympics in London and were later converted into residential apartments.
01Investigations & Due Diligence
05Fire & Structural Engineering
09Clerk of Works
Our role included production of the employer’s requirements and contract documents, appointment of sub-consultants, management and coordination of the design team, validation of the contractor’s design proposal (in agreement with our chartered structural and fire engineers), agreement of the contract sum (via our independent Quantity Surveyors), administration of the BSF application on behalf of our client, obtaining planning and building regulation approvals, management of health and safety / CDM requirement (principal designer role). In addition, once the works are approved for funding Capital will act as contract administrators, cost consultants and also agree quality control procedures, site sign off and handover procedures and will issue the updated EWS1 forms on completion of the remediation works.
Planning Permission was submitted via a full plans planning application and Building Regulation approval via an external Approved Inspector. The project is currently being assessed for BSF funding eligibility and following agreement is likely to start on site in March 2022 with a completion date of May 2023