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Tate Consulting Appointed For Next Phase At Royal Wharf, London

Tate Consulting have been appointed for Phase 3 of Ballymore Group and Oxley’s riverside development in Royal Wharf Docks, London.

Tate Consulting are providing a detailed MEP design service in BIM and are working closely with architects Todd, structural engineers OCSC and contractor Roundstone, in coordinating the design of this phase of the development, which has a planned completion date of December 2020.

Phase 3 of the development includes 960 apartments, office, retail and restaurant space and adds to Tate’s existing work on Phase 2 of the development and which now means the company is working on almost 2,000 apartments on the Royal Wharf development. Overall the Royal Wharf is anticipated to provide 3,300 properties on the 40 acre site and is planned to house around 10,000 new residents.

Tate Consulting appointed for new 543,000 sq ft logistics facility

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CAD image of Four Ashes, Wolverhampton, Staffordshire

Tate Consulting has been appointed by Bericote Properties Limited to provide MEP and sprinkler design services for a new 543,000 sq ft logistics facility and headquarters at Four Ashes, Wolverhampton.

The site is strategically located in the West Midlands, close to J12 of the M6, providing good access to Birmingham and Nottingham. The new facility will comprise a gross internal area of 543,692 sq ft. with expansion land to accommodate up to a further 101,139 sq ft..

Construction of the main works is expected to commence during September 2016 with practical completion anticipated for July 2017.

Tate Consulting Appointed By Hachette UK

Tate Consulting has been appointed by book publishers, Hachette, to provide MEP and sprinkler design services for their new 280,000 sq ft automated distribution centre, to be built in Didcot, Oxfordshire, near the site of their existing Bookpoint distribution centre.

The new facility includes warehouse 2 mezzanine levels and offices and work is anticipated to start later in 2016 with completion in 2017. 

Tate Consulting Completes Project for Euro Car Parts

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Tate Consulting’s has just completed work for Euro Car Parts (ECP) on its new 778,000 sq ft distribution warehouse at Birch Coppice Business Park near Tamworth.

Tate Consulting was appointed by ECP in September 2014 to provide Mechanical, Electrical and Fire Engineering services for its new fully automated distribution warehouse, and the new facility includes 47,500 sq ft of offices alongside four-level access doors and 64 dock doors.

The new ECP facility is intended to stock over 150,000 different product lines and dispatch over 200,000 items each night to the branch network.

 

 

Tate Consulting appointed at Royal Wharf Docks

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Tate Consulting have been appointed to provide full MEP design services for phase 2B of Ballymore Group and Oxley’s riverside development in Royal Wharf Docks, London. 

Tate Consulting are providing a detailed MEP design service in BIM and are working closely with architects WCEC, structural engineers OCSC and contractor Roundstone, in coordinating the design of this phase of the development, which has a planned completion date of December 2017.   

Phase 2B of the development includes 958 apartments, 12 town houses, retail and leisure space and is part of the larger development of 3,300 properties on the 40 acre site due to house around  10,000 new residents.  The Royal Wharf development will be almost 45% public open space and includes a riverfront promenade, leisure facilities and retail space.

 

 

Tate Appointed for Bretton Hall Re-Development

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Tate Consulting has been appointed by Rushbond plc to provide Mechanical & Electrical design services (M&E) for the development and refurbishment of Bretton Hall Estate, near Wakefield in West Yorkshire.

Bretton Hall is a Grade II listed building and provides the opportunity to create a new hospitality, conference, wedding and event venue, strategically located between Leeds and Sheffield, within the City of Wakefield.

Rushbond is working in partnership with the City of Wakefield Metropolitan District Council and Yorkshire Sculpture Park, for the re-use and re-development of the Bretton Hall Estate which involves the creation of a luxury hotel alongside new workspace and office accommodation within a mix of new and also refurbished buildings.

Tate Consulting is initially providing infrastructure design and master planning services followed by M&E design services for the reburbishment of the hall and associated buildings and the planned new buildings to be built on the estate.

First Of Two New Asda Home Shopping Centres Nears Completion

Tate Consulting are providing mechanical, electrical and fire engineering services for two brand new fully automated home shopping centres for Asda, with the first at Heston west London, due for practical completion in April. The Heston home shopping centre, is a 120,000 sq ft facility and will supply fresh, chilled and frozen produce to Asda customers.

Tate Consulting managed the design and coordination of the installation of all mechanical and electrical services, the insulated structure (white wall) and refrigeration and the sprinklers and fire systems. The automation system was supplied by logistics specialists TGW and Tate Consulting worked closely with them, to ensure the successful integration with the building services.

The other home shopping centre at Dartford, Kent is due for practical completion in December.

Tate Consulting appointed for new 1 million sq ft Automated Distribution Centre for Euro Car Parts

Tate Consulting has been appointed by Euro Car Parts to provide consulting services for its’ new 1 million sq. ft. Automated Distribution Centre at the 400 acre Birch Coppice Business Park in Dordon, near Tamworth.

Tate Consulting are providing the heating, electrical, ventilation, fire, sprinkler and MHE design services for the facility which is due for practical completion in January 2016.  Once completed, the new distribution centre will comprise 47,500 sq.ft. of offices, 720,000 sq.ft. of warehousing space and over 228,000 sq.ft. of mezzanine space.

Situated in Dordon at Junction 10 of the M42, the new facility, one of the largest in the West Midlands, will stock over 150,000 different product lines and despatch over 200,000 items each night to the Euro Parts branch network.

Tate Consulting appointed for Rolls Royce’s new Technology and Logistics Centre at Oldlands Farm Business Park

Tate Consulting has been selected by Bericote Properties to provide consulting engineering services for a new 323,000 sq ft technology and logistics centre for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.

The new facility is located at Oldlands Farm Business Park on the northern edge of Bognor Regis, which is close to the Rolls Royce factory in Goodwood. Construction is due to take 48 weeks to complete and Tate Consulting are providing consulting services for the mechanical, electrical and fire engineering aspects of the project.

Tate Consulting was chosen by property developer, Bericote Properties to provide the mechanical, electrical and fire engineering services and has a long standing relationship with the developer.  Amongst its’ recent work with Bericote, Tate Consulting provided consulting engineering services on Asda Walmart’s £100 million 525,000 sq. ft. automated distribution unit in Warrington, completed in July 2014 and its’ £50 million 450,000 sq. ft. chilled distribution unit in Bristol, completed in early 2014.

 

Tate Consulting appointed as Building Services & Sustainability Engineers for Angel Gardens at Noma Manchester

Tate Consulting have been appointed as Building Services & Sustainability Engineers for the Angel Gardens development at Noma Manchester.

Angel Gardens is a landmark residential scheme of over 450 one, two and three bedroom apartments, part of the £800 million, 20 acre, Noma mixed-use development. Located at the corner of Miller Street and Rochdale Road in Manchester, the development is led by Moda Living, a joint venture between Caddick Group and Generate Land.

The first designs for the development have been made available for public consultation, and the target date for start on site is early summer 2015 with the first properties ready for occupation in 2017.

Jim Lee, Director at Tate Consulting said, “We are excited to be working with Moda Living on this development.   The whole project team have been working really well together and we are very excited at playing a part in the development of what will be a landmark building for the Manchester skyline.”

One of the main challenges in the design has been to incorporate low carbon, sustainable heating designs that meet Manchester City Council’s Core Strategy Policies and achieve level 4 of the Code for Sustainable Homes (CSH). The goal has been to reduce energy consumption and associated carbon dioxide emissions whilst minimising site distribution and reducing the use of valuable communal space. This saves costs and maximises the overall value of the development.

Tony Brooks, director of Moda Living, said, “We believe that this is the best residential site in the UK outside of London and the perfect opportunity to launch our brand, which we intend to make the new benchmark for the regional private rented sector and the flagship project for Moda Living.” Commenting on Tate Consulting’s role he added, “I regard Tate Consulting as an excellent choice for M&E consultancy. On this development, their highly commercial design approach is providing opportunities for us to save substantial sums of money, and is in marked contrast to other consultants that we have used in the past.”