Exciting News: Bailey Partnership Secures Major Project Wins Across Multiple Disciplines!

Kel Chiong

Bailey Partnership is delighted to announce the following recent project wins across our nine offices and multiple disciplines:

University of Exeter – Bailey Partnership is pleased to announce its successful appointment for the University’s project to replace the Air Handling Unit in The Great Hall. Alongside this critical task, our scope includes a Feasibility Study exploring additional works that may accompany the AHU replacement, ensuring a comprehensive approach to enhancing the Great Hall’s facilities. With a commitment to stakeholder engagement and meticulous planning, we look forward to delivering impactful solutions for this esteemed institution.

London Borough of Tower Hamlets, Brunton Wharf – Our fire engineering team has been appointed as specialist consultants on the construction of a new residential building providing 32 affordable fully accessible homes along with landscaping, security upgrades, and re-provisioning undercroft garages. Using a JCT 2016 Design Building Contract, the structure will be reinforced concrete with brickwork and metal cladding. Internal fit-out will align with local authority housing standards. Sustainable features like communal heating and solar PV are incorporated. Bailey Partnership’s scope of works involves reviewing the design team’s general competence, providing assurance during the construction tender period, and reviewing the existing design for any deficiencies. It includes preparing a retrospective fire statement meeting Planning Gateway 1 standards, considering fire safety principles, site layout, emergency access, and consultations. Additionally, a draft Safety Case encompassing fire and structural hazards and risk management measures will be developed for inclusion in tender documents. This aims to ensure appropriate planning, management, and communication within the design team and client.

LHC Fire Safety Framework (FS2) – Bailey Partnership has been selected as a specialist consultant on the new 4 year framework for LHC across the following lots; Lot 1 Fire Consultancy, Lot 2 Fire Risk Assessments, and Lot 9 Cladding Remediation. Appointment on the framework will allow us to provide services to LHC’s clients across the country, continuing our excellent relationship with them.

Finally, we are pleased to have been successfully appointed as consultants on the Estates and Facilities Professional Services & Consultancy Agreement Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) with clients such as further education colleges/institutions, universities, sixth forms, academies, multi-academy trusts (MATs), schools, museums, and other similar organisations. We are able to offer clients our services across a number of lots including; Lot 2 – Project Management Consultants, Lot 4 – Surveyors and Specialist Consultants, Lot 6 – Architectural Services Consultants, Lot 7 – Cost Consultants, and Lot 9 – Building Engineering & M&E Consultants.

Speaking about the recent appointments, Simon Zawada, Managing Partner said: “We are thrilled to have been entrusted with these prestigious projects, each presenting unique challenges and opportunities for innovation. Our team is dedicated to delivering exceptional results, collaborating closely with our clients to achieve their vision and exceed expectations. These appointments reflect our commitment to excellence and our ongoing pursuit of excellence in the built environment. We look forward to making a positive impact on the communities we serve and delivering successful outcomes for all stakeholders involved.”