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  • 1. Improvement and Efficiency South East IESE construction frameworks and waste reduction - a public sector client view Mark Thomas IESE Framework Manager Hampshire County Council
  • 2. Why IESE?
    • Spend with external suppliers for public sector in England is £220bn (09/10)
    • of which £50bn is by local government
    • 96% of local govt spend with external suppliers is in
    • 4 areas:-
    Waste Construction Corporate services Social care
  • 3. Originated in 2003 to support Local Government efficiency National Improvement Workstreams were created including:- social care, municipal waste, procurement, and construction. Hampshire County Council provides the lead for the construction workstream in the South East Region (and Nationally) Improvement and Efficiency South East
  • 4. Map of IESE Region & London 7 Counties 12 Unitary = 74 authorities 55 Districts 5 police authorities, 8 fire authorities, colleges, universities, NHS. + 33 London Boroughs, Met Police Over 260 named organisations on new OJEU
  • 5. The Frameworks 1
    • Major Contractors Framework
      • For major projects and programmes of work £1m to £30m++
      • Operates until July 2011
      • Overall £1.3bn work to date across whole SE & London
      • 50+ contracting authorities
      • 180+ contracts
      • Saved over £40m of project costs.
      • 10 Contractors
      • Costain, Mace, Kier, Mansell, Morgan Sindall, Wates,
      • Willmott Dixon, Volker Fitzpatrick, BAM, Warings
  • 6. The Frameworks 2 Local contractors frameworks in Hampshire, Sussex, Berkshire (& Surrey) for projects c £10,000 - £750,000 e.g. Kier Regional, Geoffrey Osborne, Rok, Mansell, Raymond Brown, May Gurney, Morgan Sindall Consultants Framework Bovis, Capita Symonds, Drivers Jonas, EC Harris, Rider Levitt Bucknall Gardiner and Theobald, Jacobs, Mott McDonald, Pick Everard, MACE, Turner and Townsend, Faithfull and Gould Highways Professional Services
  • 7. Improvement and Efficiency South East Why construction waste reduction is important to IESE
  • 8.
    • Efficiency i.e. save money on public sector projects
    • £1000 per skip - cost hidden in project budget
    • Councils pay £1bn landfill tax in South East
    2 IESE Waste Management workstream (MSW) Joining up IESE workstreams
    • Public Sector has landfill site political problem
    • Carbon….is coming!
  • 9. What we are doing
    • Pathway to Zero Waste
    • Contractors Waste Working Group started in 2007
    • SWMP training arranged for SME contractors
    • Grundon & SITA agreed to accept SME recycling on Hampshire school projects
    • Designing Out Waste Plan and SWMP to be introduced at RIBA Stage C in IESE project process
    • Joint contactors and consultants working group
  • 10. Contractors Waste Working Group
    • Wates and Willmott Dixon lead
    • First defined terms of reference.
    • Focus on physical waste to landfill
    • - not recycled content
    • - not site management of waste / logistics plans
    • - not process waste (time waste)
    • - not SWMP
    • Measurement method
    • e.g. tonnes vs. m 3 vs. SYSE
    • frequency of reporting
    • % recycled, or tonnes, or m 3 /£100k?
  • 11. Documents we adopted:-
    • Strategy for sustainable construction
    • WRAP guidelines for measuring and reporting construction, demolition and excavation waste
    • WRAP construction commitments
    • WRAP Design Guide
  • 12.  
  • 13. Data capture
  • 14. 22% 17% 18% 162,154 tonnes Waste not sent to Landfill 17% % to Landfill 35985 Total to Landfill 198139 Total Waste 3316 Waste retained 9532 Construction Landfill 55260 Construction Created 24709 Excavation Landfill 134912 Excavation Created 3290 Demolition Landfill 14871 Demolition created All data 2008-2010 Number of sites reporting 63 / 120
  • 15. 3.3% 2059 63185 I 39.7% 557 1403 H 7.8% 1091 14025 G 37.1% 2522 6793 F 21.2% 3384 15992 E 19.4% 4020 20670 D 16.3% 1344 8251 C 30.1% 14026 46642 B 33.0% 6982 21177 A % Landfill Waste Landfilled Waste created Contractor Waste data by company (2008-2010)
  • 16. Improvement and Efficiency South East Designing out waste
  • 17. Designing out Waste
    • Set up new joint working group with framework contractors and consultants (Oct 2009)
        • Principally:- Willmott Dixon, Wates, Jacobs. & RLB, Warings, Morgan
    • Material selection matrix / design details
    • Material supply chain – link into design choices
    • Agreed client is significant part of process
        • Produced client guide
  • 18. Client Guide
  • 19. Conclusions
    • Minimising waste to landfill is particularly important to the public sector
    • IESE, and the framework suppliers, have put considerable effort into the initiative over and above their day-jobs
    • IESE cannot be proscriptive (contractual) over waste minimisation but is concentrating on culture change, and a collaborative approach across all parts of the project team.
    • Developing consistent, reliable and representative measurement of waste across different contracts and contractors is very hard.
  • 20. Questions, Comments