Paul Ayres Portfolio - China ProjectsPresentation Transcript
Work Portfolio - China ProjectsPaul Ayres
SummaryPaul Ayres HNDip, ACIAT, ICIOBPaul Ayres is an architectural and construction professional, with 17 yearsworking experience in architectural design, design management and buildingconstruction, with 7of these years spent working in China. Paul is qualifiedwith a Higher Diploma in Building Studies from the United Kingdom, gainingspecific architectural units, allowing professional affiliation to the CharteredInstitute of Architectural Technologists and the Chartered Institute of Builders.Paul has experience working for architectural practices, property developers,interior designers and project managers and has knowledge of varioussectors, including industrial, R+D, residential, mixed-use, retail, office interiorsand laboratories.Paul currently works in the role of Architect for SIP Project Management inShanghai, a UK owned company. This position is within the Central TechnicalUnit and mainly involves defining the architectural, civil and structuralelements of the employer’s requirements, in the form of concept designdrawings and related documentation. In addition to this Paul is involved incontractor assessments and also design management of the Local DesignInstitutes at the various stages. Projects are predominantly industrial and R+Dtype facilities, for multinational companies. Paul has successfully deliveredsome of the most complex and challenging projects for the company andcontinuously strives to increase the quality and excellence of the serviceprovided by the department. More recently Paul has also worked as DesignManager, defining a new business approach and successfully delivering a fullPreliminary Design package for a Production and R+D Facility in Shanghai.Paul came to China in 2006 to manage a production drawing office for aleading UK architectural practice. The office grew from 7 to 30 staff over a 3year period, providing UK property developers with full constructiondocumentation. When the office closed in 2009, Paul joined one of the world’smost renowned interior design companies, MMoser Associates, where heworked alongside the company directors, as Senior Project Manager,providing a single point of contact between multinational clients and MMosersinternal team.
INDUSTRIALSIP were appointed by Carl Zeiss to provide a concept and preliminary design for their new production, officeand R+D facility in Waigaoqiao, that will assemble high precision measurement equipment. Not only did theclient expect a very high level of detail, but significant changes to the requirements at a late stage, put thedesign process under great pressure. The combination of Haisum and SIP, both managed by Paul Ayers werenot only able to deliver all requests and requirements from Carl Zeiss, but successfully deliver the preliminarydesign before the original deadline• Built-to-lease facility, located in Waigaoqiao Free Trade Zone, on a plot of 21,118m²• Single level production warehouse building of 6,458m² and a 4 storey office and R+D building of 9,750m²The concept design was led by Architect Paul Ayres, Paul then switched to Design Manager to manage thepreliminary design with Haisum (LDI)“Thanks for SIPs effort. The last changes came quite unexpected but you handled our requirements veryprofessionally” Again - thanks especially for Paul´s support, he managed our changed requirements verywell.”
Client: ThyssenKrupp Elevators Company: SIP Project ManagementNationality: German Role: Architect (Concept Design)Project Location: Zhongshan, Guangzhou Date: December 2011Land Size: 82,000m²Project Type: Greenfield / Built-to-lease/LEED GoldProject Size: 75,000m²Project Value: RMB 275 millionProject Description: Elevator production, Testing, R+D and Demonstration facilityINDUSTRIAL
“Planned to be the worlds tallest elevator test tower”
INTERIOR FIT-OUTProject: Castrol China Technology Center Company: MMoser AssociatesClient: Castrol/BP Role: Senior Project ManagerLocation: ShanghaiDetails: Technology Center, labs, training, demoInterior design and construction