Development Presentation                           Group 6                         Supervisors:                        Ali...
Background of Guernsey  Island located in the     English channel.  Sunny     weather, beautiful     scenery and good   ...
Design Brief – Heliport  Attractive terminal and heliport  Customs and immigration  Mechanical and electrical services ...
Design Brief – Impacts  Minimise negative impacts of the heliport:       Emissions of greenhouse gases       Noise poll...
Business Plan Target market    Business executives    Wealthy individuals Investment opportunities    Landing and par...
Additional Uses  Rescue missions at sea  Air ambulance  Distribute supplies to     remote locations29 May 2012         ...
Constraints of Helipad                         http://www.tc.gc.ca29 May 2012                                    7
Helicopter SizesBusiness HelicopterRescue Helicopter29 May 2012           8
Covered Helipads  Current methods of     moving a helicopter     indoors are slow and only     used for storage or     ma...
Factors in selecting sites  Planning Regulations  Environment – Noise  Site Access  Safety – Air space  Proximity to ...
29 May 2012   11
Locations 2 & 3              Victoria Avenue                Barras Lane              Brownfield Site              Green Fi...
Location 1 Longue Hougue Reclamation Site  Designated for industrial     development  Low environmental impact  Proximi...
Design Philosophy                             Problem      To create a sheltered helipad with a climate-controlled        ...
Initial Designs & Concepts1. Pyramidal Helipad         2. Moving Base         3. Sliding Roof  Roof slides down in 4      ...
Developed Design 1                                                             Side elevation                             ...
Developed Design 2 & 3 Parachute shaped superstructure with sliding  base Terminal building between covered helipads    ...
Environmental Aspects  Environmental Impact Assessment     Helicopter emissions     Terminal power source  Sustainable...
Looking Ahead              Task              Members Allocated       Time Allocated                                       ...
Looking Ahead               Task                   Members Allocated   Time Allocated                                     ...
Time Plan                             Week 1                  Week 2                  Week 3                  Week 4      ...
Helicopter Port: Guernsey    With thanks to: Alison Ahearn & Chris Gosden (WSP)              Questions29 May 2012         ...
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  • Brownfield siteResidential location – noise, less of an eye sore Expansion – neighbouring fieldsEnvironmental impact – pollution to water filled reservoir
  • Reclaimed land - flat landLow environmental impact – not green field, not residential (noise), tidal power?Coastal location – expansion possible, ferry port connections, flight paths, eye sore?
  • Group 06 Development Presentation

    1. 1. Development Presentation Group 6 Supervisors: Alison Ahearn Chris Gosden (WSP) Group Members: Tom Godfrey (PM), Ka-Yee Cheng (IL & MO), James Chadwick,Shaahid Ismail, Thrasos Kipourgos, Sebastian Kong, Matthew Lees, Jakub Modrzejewski , Tanya Richter.
    2. 2. Background of Guernsey  Island located in the English channel.  Sunny weather, beautiful scenery and good food.  Attracts companies & wealthy individuals with tax incentives.29 May 2012 2
    3. 3. Design Brief – Heliport  Attractive terminal and heliport  Customs and immigration  Mechanical and electrical services for the building and helicopters  At least two helipads:  Within the main terminal  Able to be covered29 May 2012 3
    4. 4. Design Brief – Impacts  Minimise negative impacts of the heliport:  Emissions of greenhouse gases  Noise pollution  Public response  Building running costs  Examine financial feasibility  Sources of revenue and savings  Possible expansion29 May 2012 4
    5. 5. Business Plan Target market  Business executives  Wealthy individuals Investment opportunities  Landing and parking fees  Retail and dining facilities  Chartered flights  Sight-seeing tours 29 May 2012 5
    6. 6. Additional Uses  Rescue missions at sea  Air ambulance  Distribute supplies to remote locations29 May 2012 6
    7. 7. Constraints of Helipad http://www.tc.gc.ca29 May 2012 7
    8. 8. Helicopter SizesBusiness HelicopterRescue Helicopter29 May 2012 8
    9. 9. Covered Helipads  Current methods of moving a helicopter indoors are slow and only used for storage or maintenance.  Restrictions on flying helicopters into enclosed spaces.29 May 2012 9
    10. 10. Factors in selecting sites  Planning Regulations  Environment – Noise  Site Access  Safety – Air space  Proximity to St Peter Port and Central Business District Guernsey urban planning map29 May 2012 10
    11. 11. 29 May 2012 11
    12. 12. Locations 2 & 3 Victoria Avenue Barras Lane Brownfield Site Green Field Site  Planned for housing  No development planned  Very close to St Peter Port  Largest site for expansion29 May 2012 12
    13. 13. Location 1 Longue Hougue Reclamation Site  Designated for industrial development  Low environmental impact  Proximity to St Peter Port and harbour  Coastal location29 May 2012 13
    14. 14. Design Philosophy Problem To create a sheltered helipad with a climate-controlled environment. Possible Solutions 1. Fixed shelter : Aircraft flies into the structure and lands 2. Moving roof : Aircraft lands in an open space and is covered 3. Moving base or pad: Helipad traverses with the landed aircraft on it into a sheltered area29 May 2012 14
    15. 15. Initial Designs & Concepts1. Pyramidal Helipad 2. Moving Base 3. Sliding Roof Roof slides down in 4 Landed aircraft Retractable roof components slides into the runs on rails terminal Developed design solutions satisfying - Client requirements - ICAO Annex 14 Part 2 - Travel demand 29 May 2012 15
    16. 16. Developed Design 1 Side elevation Plan – Landing surface • Inspired by an aircraft carrier Plan – Sliding roof level • Combines sliding roof and elevator • Landing platform on top of the terminal building29 May 2012 16
    17. 17. Developed Design 2 & 3 Parachute shaped superstructure with sliding base Terminal building between covered helipads • Boomerang terminal building • Rotating and sliding roof for helipads 29 May 2012 17
    18. 18. Environmental Aspects  Environmental Impact Assessment  Helicopter emissions  Terminal power source  Sustainable Construction  Material choice  Transportation method29 May 2012 18
    19. 19. Looking Ahead Task Members Allocated Time Allocated (weeks) Terminal and Helicopter pad Design Development - Mechanism Design Shaahid and Thrasos 2-3 Structural Design Sebastian and Thrasos 2-3 Environmental Design Shaahid and Sebastian 3 Terminal Layout Design Ka-Yee and Murray 2 Passenger Flow Design James and Tom 229 May 2012 19
    20. 20. Looking Ahead Task Members Allocated Time Allocated (weeks) Geotechnical Analysis and Ka-Yee and Murray 3-4 Foundation Design Construction Sequences and Tom and James 3-4 programming Air traffic control and Operations Ka-Yee and Murray 3-4 Risk assessment and safety Tanya and Jakub 2-4 Sustainable design and Tanya and Jakub 2-4 development29 May 2012 20
    21. 21. Time Plan Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 21 22 23 24 25 28 29 30 31 01 04 05 06 07 08 11 12 13 14 15 18 19 20 21 22Preliminary StudiesAllocation of positionsClient BriefingBackground of GuernseyBusiness planLocation researchHeliport researchmechanism researchconstraints researchDevelopmentDetermine LocationDetermine heliportAssess feasibility of heliportDevelop mechanismDevelop designDevelop heliport servicesDevelop heliport flowConstruction SequenceCalculationsWork out loading on heliportLoading on foundationsEnvironmentalConstruction of heliportSustainabilityHow it will affect wildlifeHow it will affect residentsHealth & SafetyConstruction phaseMovement of mechanismFinal AppraisalCosting of projectBenefit analysisCompliation of final reportPreparation for presentationCreate Poster 29 May 2012 21
    22. 22. Helicopter Port: Guernsey With thanks to: Alison Ahearn & Chris Gosden (WSP) Questions29 May 2012 22

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