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Proposal for Structural Engineering services Project E1772 – Farmiloe Building


3 Charlotte Mews, London W1T 4DZ Telephone: 0207-323 3350 E-MAIL: mail@atelierone.com

11 March 2013

E1772/AC/ac/admin

FAO Sara Fox Fox & Co Consulting By E-mail Dear Sara RE Project E1772 – Farmiloe building Thank you for sending through the RFP and for the guided tour of the building last week. It is a fascinating place and a project we would really like to do. The information you have requested is attached but please do not hesitate to contact us if you need any additional information or further clarification. We have worked with Fielden Clegg Bradley Architects for many years and have attached a few project sheets for your reference. The Greenpeace Headquarters, which was a fairly complex refurbishment, was one of the first ever projects for Atelier One back in 1990 and more recently we have completed the Woodlands Trust building and engineered the ambitious timber roof for the Hive project in Worcester. We have always enjoyed working with FCB and share their aspiration for elegant and enjoyable places delivered in a sustainable manner. If selected, our team will include both myself and Neil Thomas with Senior Engineer Luis Fernandez, Project Engineer Chris Matthews and Senior Technician Richard Bentley. We have many years of experience working together delivering some pretty complex projects and feel we have the appropriate skills to make a positive contribution to this project. We will supplement this team with specialist Geotechnical input from Neil Smith from Applied Geotechnical. We have not included for the drainage in this proposal, however, if this package does have to be under our umbrella we have several sub consultants available to offer this service at competitive rates. The project is clearly a combination of delicate refurbishment and modern additions and we have attached a few project sheets giving examples where we were faced with similar challenges. Baltic Flour Mill was a competition we won where the listed facade had to be retained and accept a new gallery programme within the space originally designed for flour storage. It involved carefully sequenced demolition and temporary support, and the integration of new and existing structures. The White Cube galleries all had challenges that are relevant for this project. The Hoxton Square project involved adding a new extension onto the existing brick structure which required a lot of investigation work and testing to justify the


structural integrity. Masons yard was the first new building in Piccadilly for nearly 30 years and has a deep basement adjacent to existing buildings. We worked with Applied Geotechnical on this to both instigate the geotechnical testing and design the retaining structures. The third project for White Cube at Bermondsey opened last year and included the insertion of the largest commercial gallery in Europe into an existing building. We carried out a lot of investigation work to understand the existing building (for example, scans of the existing structure to locate reinforcement bars in concrete) and we also used modern ultra sound scanning techniques to assess the soil densities below the building that then allowed us to build the new gallery without the need for any new foundations. This investigation work generated significant savings for the project. The final example attached it the Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse at Heathrow Airport. We had to make many alterations to the existing building so had to do a complete structural assessment to justify the major interventions including the removal of a large section of the roof to accommodate the ‘skybar’ structure. The project had many time and access challenges but was delivered with a high level of finish on time and within budget. We have based our fees on what we believe would be the necessary resources over the period of time you have suggested, 6-8 months for detailed planning followed by a further 8-9 months up to construction. I have attached a breakdown for each stage of the work. Our fee is based on the scope of work highlighted in the ACE agreement B(1) for normal structural engineering services with the general scope described below :Stage 1 (C1, C2, C3) – Scheme Design

£ 66,000

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Resolve a clear brief for the works and highlight any sub contract works that maybe necessary

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Collate any information available on the site regarding previous site investigations, drawings of existing buildings, loading data (wind etc.) and codes of practice

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Review site access and highlight any potential restrictions which may affect the design options.

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Discuss with the design team the technical viability of the works and provide options on the approach to construction.

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With the help of the geotechnical engineers, provide a specification for geotechnical investigations and get a minimum of two quotes for the works

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Highlight the need for any further survey work necessary to develop the project

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Provide sketched alternatives and suggestions in the form of reports and or specifications for discussions with the Architect and design team. Provide input to assist the cost consultant to prepare an outline cost plan

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Provide a summary of the outline structural proposals for client approval for the next stage

Atelier One Limited Registered in England: Number 283 5918 Durkan House, 5th Floor, 155 East Barnet Road, New Barnet, Hertfordshire EN4 8QZ


Stage 2 (C4) – Detailed Proposal

£ 88,000

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Liaise with the design team to agree a programme for the whole of the design and construction of the works.

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Develop the design of the detailed proposals for the project in collaboration with the Architect and design team.

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Prepare sketches, drawings, specifications, and/or calculations which are necessary to enable the Lead consultant and cost consultant to prepare a cost plan.

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Collaborate with the Architect and design team to prepare the detailed proposals for presentation to the client, drawing attention to any significant differences from the previous outline proposal.

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Provide a summary of the detailed structural proposals for client approval and consent to proceed to the next stage.

Stage 3 (C5,C6,C7) – Final proposal, production info & tender

£ 198,000

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Develop the design in collaboration with the design team and prepare sufficient structural calculations, drawings, schedules and specifications to enable the Architect to complete their proposals.

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Comment on the suitability of the proposed contractors and any necessary subcontractors

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Prepare summary reports of final proposals for client approval and seek consent to continue with production information.

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Prepare calculations and drawings to submit for approval (with assistance from the local engineer where a local license maybe necessary)

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Prepare drawings and performance specifications to enable the contractor and their specialist sub contractors to carry out the works.

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Provide a tender issue of the structural design information to be issued to the bidding contractors

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Comment on tender returns

Stage 4 (C8) – Construction £ 88,000 -

Examine contractors proposals and shop drawings

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Monitor and record construction and quality control

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Advise on any testing that should be carried out during construction

Atelier One Limited Registered in England: Number 283 5918 Durkan House, 5th Floor, 155 East Barnet Road, New Barnet, Hertfordshire EN4 8QZ


We have not included for drainage work but have included an allowance for geotechnical input. All testing and surveys, whether to the existing building or geotechnical would be additional to this. Our fee proposal is £ 440,000 plus VAT and disbursements and equates to £ 154,000 for Stage 1 & 2 (pre planning), £ 198,000 for stage 3 (pre construction) and £ 88,000 for site supervision. We have also attached a fee breakdown corresponding to the stages described and a comparison with RIBA stages. We have also attached details of our insurers and Professional Indemnity insurance and our standard terms and conditions for your reference. We hope this is of interest to you and look forward to meeting on Thursday to discuss the project further. Yours sincerely

Aran Chadwick Director

Atelier One Limited Registered in England: Number 283 5918 Durkan House, 5th Floor, 155 East Barnet Road, New Barnet, Hertfordshire EN4 8QZ


Practice Profile & Examples of work


Team CVs


ARAN CHADWICK

BEng (Hons) M.S. (U.C.Berkeley) Profession: Structural Engineer Position in Firm: Director Aran Chadwick is a Director of Atelier One and works from the London Office. He joined Atelier One in 1992 and became a Director in 1997. Prior to joining Atelier One he gained a broad graduate engineers training, working on projects ranging from Canary Wharf tube stations shell structure to post tensioning systems for remedial works to listed buildings. Aran has worked on projects both in the UK and abroad across a range of scales. These include the competition-winning scheme for the Sydney Olympic Stadium to the research and development of structural and cladding systems for modular buildings that are currently in production. Although the projects significantly vary, they all maintain and reflect the design led nature of Atelier One. Aran frequently conducts public lectures at institutions such as RIBA and V&A, is an external examiner at the AA, as well as teaching a course at Yale University. EDUCATION Bachelor of Engineering: Master of Science:

Civil Engineering, University of Leeds, 1987. Structural Engineering, Materials and Mechanics, University of California, Berkeley

EDUCATIONAL POSTS Visiting Lecturer External Examiner Senior Lecturer in Technology Technical studies

Yale, New Haven US, Austin University, Texas US Architectural Association, London Manchester School of Architecture Bartlett School of Architecture & Architectural Association

EXPERIENCE RECORD 1989 –1991 1992 - present 1997 – present

Graduate Engineer at DCO Consulting Engineers Atelier One Director of Atelier One

LONDON 2012 OLYMPICS – OPENING CEREMONIES: Engineering of Danny Boyle’s spectacular Opening Ceremony for the London 2012 Olympic & Paralympics - including the many weird and wonderful Large Scale Props as well as the Staging used during the show. WORCESTER UNIVERSITY & PUBLIC LIBRARY: Specialist timber engineers responsible for the Cross Laminated Timber Roof structure.Replacing 250 tonnes of steel from the roof with cross laminated timber, saving an estimated 2 months of design work. WHITE CUBE BERMONDSEY: An existing 5,500m2 warehouse dating from 1970s was transformed and now accommodates three exhibition spaces, private viewing room, warehousing, an auditorium and a bookshop. In


addition to the complex internal upgrade, a 7m cantilever canopy was added to the elevation of the existing building. Awarded RIBA National Award 2012. NATIONAL FOOTBALL STADIUM & INDOOR ARENA, SLOVENIA: Design of steel roof structures for the National Stadium of Slovenia the adjacent 20,000 seat Indoor Area. WOODLAND TRUST HEADQUARTERS, LINCONSHIRE: New Headquarters for the Woodland Trust, housing 200 staff. The building was awarded a BREEAM Excellent rating for it’s highly innovative and sustainable design and building methods. DOLCE VITA, LISBON: Extremely lightweight, inflated ETFE Roof with incorporated shading devices for Shopping Mall & 80m span Plaza Area. With a total area of 50,000 sqm, the structure is the largest of its kind in Europe. VIRGIN CLUB HOUSE, HEATHROW T3: High spec refurbishment of existing building into state of the art hospitality facility. WHITE CUBE GALLERY, MASONS YARD LONDON: High spec, five storey new-build gallery in the heart of Piccadilly. WHITE CUBE GALLERY, HOXTON SQ LONDON: High spec extension (900m2) on top of an existing art gallery, constructed from pre-fabricated glazed modules installed over a one week period. FEDERATION SQUARE, MELBOURNE: Competition winning scheme for major cultural centre in Melbourne, Victoria. Developed a completely new concept in façade systems utilizing a mathematical generator known as the ‘Penrose’ pinwheel. PADDINGTON BRIDGE: Collaboration with Artists Langlands and Bell to install a new pedestrian bridge from Paddington station into the new Paddington basin development. SINGAPORE ART CENTRE: Structural and facade design of 130m long theatre shells including form development and integrated shading and cladding system. Working with Michael Wilford and Atelier Ten, the forms and surfaces of the two large theatres were optimized and developed as one of the worlds largest environmental skins. BLETCHLEY COLLEGE: A 7000m2 teaching facility developed with architects Allies & Morrison. In collaboration with the architects we developed a building system of repetitive pre-cast floor plates positioned on longitudinal structure, which gave 14 m clear span flexible teaching space without internal beams. The structure was erected in 2/3 of the time a traditional approach would have taken. NATIONAL GALLERY EXTENSION, LJUBLJANA:. Developed with Architects Sadar and Vuga, the glazed structure provides an entrance and gallery between two existing galleries. Responsible for both the Structural and Façade packages of work. GREAT NOTLEY SCHOOL, ESSEX: Award winning primary school at Great Notley was developed with Architects AHMM. The entire process was followed by the Design Council to encourage sustainable design in local authority projects. The brief was to develop a school within the typical budget that was environmentally more intelligent in terms of heating, lighting and natural ventilation, used more sustainable and recyclable material, and provided inspiring facilities for learning. Amongst the awards were SIBSE, Egan Demonstration project, Royal Fine Arts commission and School of the year. DC EXPO, FRANKFURT: A touring exhibition for Daimler Chrysler to demonstrate the positive aspirations and achievements of technological development. The project was a collaboration with Atelier Markgraph and toured for 18 months throughout Europe. It was a two-storey building of 1400 sqm, travelled on 36 trucks, and the entire exhibition was erected in 15 hrs. RESEARCH PROJECTS 3-D adaptable cladding system – Trimo, Slovenia. Modular Buildings – Hanson TIS Wonderwall II Ceramic cladding panel system – Hanson TIS Rapid installation Dogbone Foundation – Highways Agency Composite and glass Street Furniture - Cemusa Volumetric housing – Laing O’Rourke


NEIL THOMAS

Professor, BSc (Hons), MIStructE, FRSA Profession: Structural Engineer Specialisation: Special Structures Position in Firm: Founder and Director Neil Thomas is the Director of Atelier One, which has been described as ‘the most innovative engineering practice in the UK’. This innovation covers high-level research and implementation for materials in an enormous scale and variety of projects, often providing specialist advice to larger consulting practices. Between 1980-86 he worked as a Senior Engineer for Buro Happold, partly seconded to Kuwait Government, supervising state projects. Neil holds a number of high profile posts in the UK & US educational service, being a Visiting Professor to Yale, New Haven and Austin University, Texas. EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL STATUS Rugeley Grammar School, Staffordshire Department of Civil Engineering, University of Leeds Department of Architectural Engineering, Penn State University, USA Chartered Engineer Member of the Institute of Structural Engineers Member of the Institute for Engineers in Europe Fellow of the RSA EXPERIENCE RECORD 1980 – 1986 Graduate Engineer to Senior Engineer with Buro Happold, Bath 1984 – 1986 Resident Engineer seconded to Kuwait Government for supervision of State Projects 1986 – 1988 Associate with Anthony Hunt Associates 1988 - 1989 Founder and Director of Hunt Projects (a subsidiary of Anthony Hunt Associates) 1991 Co-founder of Atelier Ten, environmental engineers, with P. Bellew and S. Marshall 1989

Founder & Principal Atelier One

GARDENS BY THE BAY 2007-2012 The master plan for Marina South forms part of Singapore’s new Gardens by the Bay development. The 50-hectar tropical gardens at Marina South is home to some of the site’s most spectacular structures, including a 20 km2 grove of ‘Supertrees’ reaching almost 40 meters in height and two Cooled Conservatories. The project was won in an international design competition as part of a team led by landscape architects Grant Associates and was awarded World Building of the Year at the 2012 World Architecture Festival. U2 360o WORLD TOUR 2009 Touring stage set for U2’s 360o Tour. Engineering of 30m high “giant claw” Stage Structure and a suspended 360o Expanding Circular Video Screen. The stage set is one of the largest ever toured.


TURIN OLYMPICS, OPENING CEREMONY 2006 Opening Ceremony for the Winter Olympics with Mark Fisher, including stage set and moving ring structures. FEDERATION SQUARE MELBOURNE 1996-2004 Cultural Centre in Melbourne, Victoria. Developing a completely new concept in façade systems utilizing a mathematical generator know as the ‘Penrose’ pinwheel. The scheme won the Australian Engineering Excellence Award. WHITE CUBE HOXTON SQ LONDON 2003 High spec extension (900m2) on top of an existing art gallery, constructed from pre-fabricated glazed modules installed over a one week period. NATIONAL GALLERY, LJUBLJANA SLOVENIA 2002 Developed with Architects Sadar ‘n Vuga, the glazed structure provides an entrance and gallery between two existing galleries. Responsible for both the Structural and Façade packages of work. SINGAPORE ART CENTRE 1995–2001 Structural design of 130m long theatre shells including form development and analysis of shading and cladding system along with DP Architects of Singapore. The scheme won the Singapore Architecture- & RIBA Worldwide Awards. TARATANTARA, BALTIC 1999 Engineering of 50m long tensile membrane sculpture by Anish Kapoor. Erected in the three-month gap between demolition of the Baltic Flour Mills core innards and the construction of the new BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Arts. U2 TOURING STAGE SET (1998): Engineering of Touring Stage Set. Employing a 50m x 20m semi-perforated LED screen developed specifically for the Tour & lightweight rigid composite skins for cladding scenic elements, the construction was utilized for lightness and speed.. HOUSE BY RACHEL WHITEREAD 1993 A collaboration with the artist, creating a concrete cast from a Victorian terrace. The piece won the 1993 Turner Prize.


LUIS FERNANDEZ BSc (Hons)

Profession: Structural Engineer Position in Firm: Associate Engineer Year of joining Firm: 2005 Luis Fernandez, Associate Engineer at Atelier One, who has been part of the team engaged in design duties for a number of projects of varied scale and used of materials undertaken by the practice. Experience ranges from designing complex art installation and innovative timber buildings to highly engineered steel and concrete in award winning projects such as Gardens by the Bay. Particular skills are in the ability to design cross laminated timber structures and touring or modular installations. Prior to joining Atelier One he was employed by design consultant and contractors in Colombia, in urban developments for the local authorities and in the private sector. EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL STATUS BSc (Hons) Civil Engineering Colombian School of Engineering, Bogotá, Colombia 2003 Graduate Member The Institution of Structural Engineers EXPERIENCE 2003 2003 2005-

RECORD Hernandez Engineers Ltd, Bogotá, Colombia, Resident Engineer Herman Gomez - Bogotá, Colombia, Structural Designer Atelier One, Associate Engineer

SOCHI 2014 WINTER OLYMPIC CEREMONIES 2011-: Engineering of Infrastructure, Stage, Aerial Delivery System and Large Scale Props of Opening and Closing Ceremony for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics & Paralympics. LONDON 2012 SUMMER OLYMPIC CEREMONIES 2012: Engineering of Danny Boyle’s spectacular Opening Ceremony for the London 2012 Olympics & Paralympics - including the many weird and wonderful Large Scale Props as well as the staging used during the show. GARDENS BY THE BAY MARINA SOUTH – SINGAPORE 2007-2012: The master plan for Marina South forms part of Singapore’s new Gardens by the Bay development. The 50-hectar tropical gardens at Marina South will be home to some of the site’s most spectacular structures, including a 20 km2 grove of ‘supertrees’ reaching almost 40 meters in height and two cooled conservatories. The project was won in an international design competition as part of a team led by landscape architects Grant Associates and was awarded World Building of the Year at the 2012 World Architecture Festival. HOOKE PARK 2011-2012: The ‘Big Shed’ is a 500sqm Assembly Workshop that provides a new sheltered workspace at Hooke Park, the Architectural Association’s woodland campus in Dorset. The engineering of the structure, irregular trusses made of wet larch roundwood (tree trunks ‘in-the-round’ without sawing or processing, other than a simple de-barking), has pioneered the use of high-capacity screwed connections.


WOODLAND TRUST 2009-2011: 3-storey headquarters building for the Woodland Trust to BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating featuring an innovative timber panel structure. Cross-laminated timber superstructure floor panels act compositely with exposed concrete slabs below. Timber panel walls and a central steel supports are sitting on reinforced concrete strip footings. MY PLACE 2010: Youth venue in Lewisham, London which consists of three storey timber building with great extend of double height areas which provides space for a variety of activities focused on young public. IKEA STUDENT ACCOMMODATION 2010: Student Accommodation Facilities. The main body of the timber building, as part of the brief, is to be prefabricated for costs and procurement time purposes. CHAIR ARCH 2009: Temporary art installation located at John Madejski garden, V&A as part of the London Design Festival. London, England U2’S 2009 WORLD TOUR TOURING STAGE 2008-2009: U2’s 2009 world tour was based around one of the largest touring stages in the world. This involved the engineering of a 30m high 4-legged “giant claw” structure, which supports a suspended 360 degree circular video screen structure over 24m in length. DOLCE VITA, LISBON 2007-2008: 40,000 sqm lightweight roof including 4m ETFE shading cushions and a steel roof structure spanning 70m. AVENHAM PAVILION 2006-2007: Award winning pavilion as part of a new development of Avenham Park in Preston, England BRITISH MUSEUM 2007: Temporary platform within the Round Reading Room of the British Museum to be used for exhibition of antiquities. CHANNEL 4 2007: Temporary art installation at Channel Four headquarters in Westminster, London CHALFORD STUDIOS 2005-2008: High spec, 340m2 new build studio in Chalford, England KENT HOUSE 2006: Single-dwelling timber house in the countryside of Kent, England YORK BUILDING SCULPTURE 2006: Piece of art nine metres high made of steel located in Central London. SKY MIRROR 2006: Thirty metres long stain less steel ramp, part of landscape development, Birmingham. TURIN OLYMPICS, OPENING CEREMONY 2006: Opening Ceremony for the Winter Olympics with Mark Fisher, including stage set and moving ring structures. WHITE CUBE 3, MASONS YARD LONDON 2005: High spec, five storey new-build gallery in the heart of Piccadilly.


CHRIS MATTHEWS MEng (Hons) Cantab

Profession: Structural Engineer Position in Firm: Project Engineer Chris Matthews is a Project Engineer at Atelier One and works from the London Office. He joined Atelier One in 2011. Prior to joining Atelier One he gained a Masters Degree from the University of Cambridge where he was awarded the Laing O’Rourke Prize for top of the year in Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering. Chris has been involved with a diverse variety of projects since joining Atelier One. He worked extensively on the staging for the London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony, checking and supervising all aspects of stage design and construction. He designed both the horizontal restraint system supporting 8000 dancing people on the 6500m2 main stage and the support of the Glastonbury Tor structure on the existing North Terrace. Chris has guest lectured at Cambridge University and is a technical tutor at the Bartlett School of Architecture. EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL STATUS Master of Engineering: Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering, University of Cambridge 2007-2011 Graduate Member: The Institution of Structural Engineers EDUCATIONAL POSTS Guest Lecturer Technical Tutor

Cambridge University Bartlett School of Architecture

EXPERIENCE RECORD 2006 – 2007 2008 – 2010 2011 – 2013 2013 – present

Year in Industry Student at Jubb Consulting Engineers Summer Placement Student at Jacobs Engineering Graduate Engineer at Atelier One Project Engineer at Atelier One

SOCHI 2014 WINTER OLYMPICS – OPENING CEREMONY: Engineering of Infrastructure, Stage, Aerial Delivery System and Large Scale Props of Opening and Closing Ceremony for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics & Paralympics. LONDON 2012 OLYMPICS – OPENING CEREMONY: Engineering of Danny Boyle’s spectacular Opening Ceremony for the London 2012 Olympics & Paralympics - including the many weird and wonderful large scale props as well as the staging used during the show. XSBN THEATRE: Initial design of an adaptive shading system for a new theatre in China. MEDIA CENTRE, QATAR: Engineering of a unique 25m long, 10m wide armature for support of display screens in an exhibition space.


CULHAM PAVILION: Engineering of a bespoke pavilion for a courtyard garden. CHADSTONE SHOPPING CENTRE: Initial design of a large gridshell roof for a retail development in Melbourne. M20 J9 FOOTBRIDGE: Computational script for setting out of cable stays for a striking double curved footbridge in Ashford, Kent.


RICHARD BENTLEY Nationality: British Profession: Senior Structural Technician Year of joining Firm: 1991 A structural technician with a competent knowledge of reinforced concrete, steelwork, brick / blockwork and timber plus permanent and temporary fabric and cable structures, Richard can produce accurate and clear arrangement, detail and workshop drawings and computer models. Trained using traditional manual drawing techniques, Richard switched to the use of AutoCAD in 1993, and is fully conversant with the production of 2D & 3D information using both Autodesk’s AutoCAD and Inventor software. Experience of detailing reinforced concrete has been to both BS 8110 and DIN 1045. Experience of detailing structural steelwork has been to both BS 449 and BS 5950. Although a structural technician, experience has been obtained in drainage, roads and irrigation. With a sound general knowledge of surveying and setting out, substantial practical experience has been obtained whilst supervising construction of a reinforced concrete residential development in the Middle East. EDUCATION & PROFESSIONAL STATUS Technical Education Certificate Level III

Civil Engineering Studies Brunel Technical College, Bristol.

EXPERIENCE RECORD February 1988 – Present, Freelance Production of arrangement, detail and workshop drawings and comprehensive 3d modelling, working from own fully equipped office running the latest releases of Autodesk’s AutoCAD & Inventor software for a wide variety of clients. Client - Atelier One, London / Brighton SOCHI 2014 WINTER OLYMPIC CEREMONIES 2011-: Infrastructure, Stage, Aerial Delivery System and Large Scale Props of Opening and Closing Ceremony for the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics & Paralympics. LONDON 2012 SUMMER OLYMPIC CEREMONIES 2012: Opening Ceremony for the London 2012 Olympics & Paralympics GARDENS BY THE BAY, SINGAPORE: Extensive redevelopment of bay area incorporating 2 large biome structures and a number of environmental supertree structures. BRITISH MUSEUM TERRACOTTA ARMY: Installation of temporary exhibition space in historic reading room. U2 360° Tour: 30m High Claw structure & extending video screen for world tour . LLANGOLLEN INTERNATIONAL EISTEDDFOD: RC core building with membrane roof structure. CANNON SPORTS CLUB: Major structural re refurbishment of arches below Cannons Street Railway station. HARINGLEY HEALTH CLUB: New mental health building constructed with load bearing brickwork spine walls and RC floor slabs. WHITE CUBE GALLERY: Modular Building System .


VILLA FLUGEL HAMBURG: RC structure, reinforcement drawings prepared in accordance with DIN 1045 standards. PINK FLOYD 1994 WORLD TOUR: 40m Dia Arch stage steelwork stage structure with membrane & inflatable coverings. ROLLING STONES VOODOO LOUNGE TOUR: Stage structure with 28m high cantilever Cobra neck & 20m high aluminium rear wall. AMEDEO AIR TERMINAL: RC structure for new airport terminal building OBHUR BEACH PALACE: Glass walkway, staircase & partition wall system for daytime residence ROLLING STONES BRIDGES TO BABYLON WORLD TOUR: Touring stage structure with retracting 50m span bridge LORDS CRICKET CLUB: Temporary Hospitality units for cricket world cup. WOODLAND WORKSHOP: Timber grid shell construction. WETLANDS BRIDGE: Timber / steel bridge structure for The Earth Centre FEDERATION SQUARE: Glass atrium. EQ CENTRAL SHOW: Central show for Greenwich Millennium Dome. Client – David Atkins Enterprises, Sydney Doha Asian Games: Opening & Closing Ceremonies for 2006 Asian Games Client – Studio 505, Melbourne Suzhou, China: Curved cladding system Bird’s Nest Building Client – Jack Morton Worldwide, London Athens Olympics: Opening & Closing Ceremonies for 2004 Olympic Games Client - Buro Happold, Consulting Engineers, Bath Bedfont Lakes: Steelwork framed structure with P.C. floor units. IBM Hursley: Suspended steelwork link bridges between existing and new structures. Shakespeare Globe Theatre: Redevelopment of original theatre site & surroundings Client – David Dexter Associates - London Galway Mayo & Lowestoft Market: Membrane Structure Client – WS Atkins Services Ltd - London Paddington Station: Phase 1 Redevelopment of station concourse Client – Garrad Hassan - Glasgow Vindorka: Design development of prototype wind turbine. Client - Y.R.M. Anthony Hunt Associates, Cirencester Tower Street, Winchester: RC office development for Hampshire County Council. Client -Ian Duncan, Bristol Philips Pavilion, Frankfurt: Dinosaur membrane structure for exhibition / theme park. Bristol Zoological Gardens: Refurbishment and extension of existing buildings, and construction of new membrane structure. 1987 - 1988 1982 - 1987 1977 - 1982

Progressive Structures Ltd. Structural Designers, Bristol Buro Happold, Consulting Engineers, Bath Modern Engineering Ltd. Steelwork Fabricators, Yate, Bristol


Work Stages


Work Stages – E1772 Farmiloe Building New ACE Stage Fee % Conditions of Engagement 1995 Agreement B(1) 2nd Edition 1998

Fee (£)

C1 Appraisal Stage

2%

8800

C2 Strategic Briefing Stage

3%

13200

C3 Outline Proposals Stage

10%

44000

C4 Detailed Proposals Stage

20%

88000

C5 Final Proposals Stage

15%

66000

C6 Production Information Stage

20%

88000

C7 Tender Documentation and Tender Action Stage

10%

44000

C8 Mobilisation, Construction and Completion Stage

20%

88000

C9 General TOTAL

100%

440000

Old ACE Stage Conditions of Engagement Agreement 3 (1984)

RIBA Stage (Broadly falls within)

Brief Description

C1 Discuss Brief and Engineers role (A) Outline Proposals

C

C2 Develop Brief, give initial recommendations C3 Visit site, advise on site Investigations, surveys Preliminary sketch ideas

(B) Scheme Design

D

C4 Develop design, produce representative sketches Drawings/specs for cost plan C5 Develop design. Prepare calcs and drawings to enable other Consultants to finalise details

(C) Detail Design & Tender Information)

E and parts of F &G

C6 Develop design. Prepare calcs and drawings to enable other consultants to prepare Tender docs, and Contractor to carry out the Works. C7 Assist in selection of Tenderers, preparation of Tender docs, advise on Tender returns

(D) Production Information

F

(E) Construction

J –L

C8 Examine Contractors proposals/details, attend site meetings, monitor Works on site

Not covered separately

Not covered separately

C9 Advise on any additional duties required throughout stages C1-C9


Professional Indemnity Insurance


PROFESSIONAL INDEMNITY INSURANCE

We confirm the following details relating to our client’s Professional Indemnity Insurance: Insured:

Atelier One Limited

Address:

9 Windmill Street London W1T 2JF

Insurers:

Aviva Insurance Limited and a panel of co-insurers

Period of Insurance:

07 May 2012 to 06 May 2013

Policy Number:

11/1/00250

Limit of Indemnity:

An amount which our Insured consider to be commensurate with their responsibilities arising from the overall conduct of their business

Signed: For and on behalf of Griffiths & Armour Professional Risks GROUP OFFICES Liverpool London Manchester Glasgow Dublin Guernsey

Date:

18 May 2012

The policy is subject to the insuring agreements, exceptions, exclusions, limitations, conditions and declarations contained therein. The above is accurate at the date of signature. No obligation is imposed herein on the signatory to advise of any alteration. Disclosure – PI Insurance

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