Andrew Chauvin, Gleeds

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Reality Check - Adapting Plan A (new build) to Plan B (refurbishing)

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Andrew Chauvin, Gleeds

  1. 1. Remodelling Education Spaces University of Manchester 13 – 14 September 2010 Reality Check – Plan A (new build) to Plan B (refurbishing) Andrew Chauvin – Director Gleeds Advisory
  2. 2. Contents •Reviewing budgets and timelines •Cost Models and Changing Budgets •Examples •New Build to refurb the issues
  3. 3. Contents •Reviewing budgets and timelines – A look at Value for Money •Cost Models and Changing Budgets – Reacting to a changing environment •Examples – Some (not so) nice pictures •New Build to refurb - the issues
  4. 4. Reviewing budgets and timelines •Why do we need to reconsider budgets and timelines •Less money to go around •Shift in policy •Did programmes like BSF deliver value for money?
  5. 5. Reviewing budgets and timelines New build and Refurb - What are the Economics?
  6. 6. Reviewing budgets and timelines New build and Refurb - What are the Economics?
  7. 7. Reviewing budgets and timelines New build and Refurb - What are the Economics?
  8. 8. Reviewing budgets and timelines New build and Refurb - What are the Economics? •To summarise the economic case for refurbishment has a tipping point •The decision on strategy is usually a balance of other issues, such as: •Listed and loved buildings •Reduced planning risk? •Disruption •Intended life of buildings • Programme times •etc
  9. 9. Reviewing budgets and timelines •What might the new VFM criteria look like? •Fixing backlog maintenance •Basic need •Template versus bespoke (Back to BB98)
  10. 10. Reviewing budgets and timelines •Other cost reduction strategies •Build less area – smart timetabling •Pupil place planning •Free school standards
  11. 11. Cost Models Block Modelling an Approach
  12. 12. Cost Models Block Modelling an Approach
  13. 13. Examples of Investment Category
  14. 14. Examples – New Build
  15. 15. Examples – New Build
  16. 16. Examples – New Build
  17. 17. Examples – New Build
  18. 18. Examples – New Build
  19. 19. Examples – Heavy refurb £882/m2 •Substructure works resulting from frame amendments •Localised adaptions/strengthening to structural frame •New roof construction and covering •Introduction of additional staircases •Amendments to door and window openings •New external doors and windows •New internal walls and partitions •New doors •New finishings •New m&e
  20. 20. Examples – Heavy refurb
  21. 21. Examples – Heavy refurb
  22. 22. Examples – Heavy refurb
  23. 23. Examples - Enhanced Refurb £701/m2 •New roof covering •Amendments to door and window openings •New external doors and windows •25% new internal walls and partitions •New doors •New finishings •New m&e
  24. 24. Examples - Enhanced Refurb
  25. 25. Examples - Enhanced Refurb
  26. 26. Examples – Minor Refurb £415/m2 •External doors and windows - defined localised repair/replacement •Internal walls and partitions - alterations to existing •Finishings - localised making good plus some new •Adaptations to existing services
  27. 27. Examples – Minor Refurb
  28. 28. Examples – Minor Refurb
  29. 29. Examples – Minor Refurb
  30. 30. Examples - Refresh £137/m2 •Redecorations •New Floor coverings •Minor repairs to internal finishes •Update servicing and routine maintenance
  31. 31. Examples - Refresh
  32. 32. Differences Between New Build and Refurb Schemes •VAT •Phasing and decanting

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